DST & DAAD Indo-German Joint Research Collaboration 2019

DST & DAAD Indo-German Joint Research Collaboration 2019

The official Announcement 2019 Project- based Personnel Exchange Programme with India
– Indo-German Joint Research Collaboration – DAAD / Department of Science and Technology (DST) has been announced. Interested candidates, check out all of the information on the same:

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Deal:

The ‘Project-based Personnel Exchange Programme'(PPP) is a bilateral research Promotion programme that’s the end result of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) reasoned in 1998 involving the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

Who would be the financing Associations?

DAAD receives funds for executing the programme through a budget allocation  {Made from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). On the other hand, the programme is financed by Government of India through the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

What are the goals of the programme?

The simple goal of the programme is to reinforce the cooperation between German and Indian research teams, that are working collectively on a specific scientific job.  The programme ‘Project-based Personnel Exchange’ envisages, in this relationship, financial aid for operational freedom only.  Particular emphasis is consequently accorded to academic instruction and specialty

of young research workers. Concrete objectives need to be cited in the program (job description) (such as the amount and academic credentials of these investigators to be encouraged ). Research collaborations entered with the intent of initiating significant projects, like the preparation of combined software meant for entry to some other financing business, are highly favored.

Which are the target groups?

Scientists/ researchers, university professors, post-doctoral investigators and doctoral  students.

Who can apply?

University professors, scientists/researchers and post-doctoral investigators from Indian and german universities and people in permanent positions at public financed research institutes are eligible to apply. The programme is available to academics from the areas of agricultural sciences, veterinary medicine, forestry, engineering, earth sciences, mathematics, theoretical computer science, informatics, medicine, life sciences, health sciences, animal sciences, and nutritional supplements, physics, material sciences and chemistry.

What are the requirements For application?

The requirement for application is a tangible and exact scientific study project proposal of top quality, on which professors from both countries collectively, as well as the extent possible complementarily, wish to operate on. It wouldn’t suffice merely to describe scientific issues of a general character which both research teams want to know more about. The basic financing for the project (personnel and material costs on either side ) must be procured by own funds or from third party financing. The study team on every side should include a project leader as well as 2 doctoral students or post-doctoral research workers. The entire amount of participants at the job on either side shouldn’t exceed three from every side. Program shall be considered by DST and DAAD just if a parallel program was submitted concurrently by the German and Indian spouse to DST and DAAD respectively. The project proposal should be clearly explained inthe tangible actions that could be undertaken with the German team as well as people by the Indian spouse. The contents of this proposal has to be common from either side.

What’s the funding period?

A job, if collectively approved, will likely be financed for a maximum period of 2 years. In the event the candidate renders his/her association prior to the expiry of their official validity of this undertaking, its continuity has to be guarded, for example via a written confirmation from the grantee institution. The project capital for the financial year 2019 and 2020, will be sanctioned subject to the state that the funding is available to DAAD and DST throughout the financing ministries

Which are the requirements for re- along with numerous programs?

Re-applications inside the frame of this programme are just potential, once The prior job was officially closed at either side

What’s the deadline Of application?

The deadline of submission of online applications at DAAD Bonn Germany and also at DST New Delhi is 31st July 2018. Applications received after this deadline won’t be entertained whatsoever.

Where should the Applications be submitted?

The German study teams should apply on the internet on the DAAD-Portal https://portal.daad.de/irj/portal.

The applications by the Indian study teams need to be submitted to the Department Of Science and Technology in India according to the format and guidelines accessible In http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/main-new.htm.

Just One original hardcopy of this proposition, in prescribed format attached, duly Forwarded by Head of the Institute / University has to be submitted to DST.  A soft Copy (in one soft document in PDF or MS-word format) as email attachment has to also  Be delivered to [email protected]. Please Don’t include scan pages from the soft copy of this proposal. Advance copies of these proposals won’t be considered in any instance.

The German spouse needs to submit an application online as Stated in https://portal.daad.de/irj/portal while the Indian spouses will need to submit ONE first Hard copy of the application according to the format accessible at http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/main-new.htm

Who is the contact person at DAAD?

Mirjam Horn
P 33 – Projektförderung deutsche Sprache, Alumniprojekte, Forschungsmobilität
(PPP – hier mit Indien – DST)
Kennedyallee 50
53175 Bonn
Tel.: 0228 / 882-375
Fax: 0228 / 882-9375
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.daad.de/ppp

Who is the contact person at the DST in India?

For information regarding programme implementation and the application procedure
in India, please contact:

Dr. Chadaram Sivaji
Scientist-F
International Bilateral Cooperation Division
Department of Science and Technology
Ministry of Science and Technology
Government of India
Technology Bhavan,New Mehrauli Road
New-Delhi-110 016
Tel: 011-26590457
E-mail: [email protected]

Deadline: 31st July 2018

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