Prime Minister’s Research Fellows (PMRFs) scheme will now be offered to meritorious Ph.D. students at the time of admission. Every PMRF will get a monthly stipend of Rs 70000 along with an annual contingency grant of Rs two lakhs.

“UoH has secured this status owing to its excellent performance over many years and its NIRF 2019 overall ranking of 11,” said the official spokesperson.

It may be noted that the University of Hyderabad has been selected as one of the few institutions in India that can offer Prime Minister’s Research Fellows.

To apply for PMRF under direct entry channel (against PMRF May 2020 call), the candidate needs to get selected in University’s regular PhD program in science/engineering/technology.

“University of Hyderabad can also offer fellowships under PMRF scheme through the lateral entry channel in the current cycle i.e., PMRF May 2020. All the eligible students of the University of Hyderabad are encouraged to apply,” the administration said.
No Comments For This Post, Be first to write a Comment.
Leave a Comment
Enter the code shown:

Can't read the image? click here to refresh

Todays Epaper

Latest Urdu News

Should Online education system introduced from primary to higher level from the academic year 2020-2021 in Telangana State due to Coronavirus pandemic?

Can't Say