G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences and Technology 2021
The official notification for the invitation of nominations for the G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences and Technology 2021 has been released. Indian scientists are encouraged to check out all of the details regarding the award, the eligibility, how to apply and more below:
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Nominations are invited for
G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence
in Biological Sciences and Technology 2021
The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) welcomes nominations for the G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences and Technology for the year 2021. The award is presented yearly to an outstanding Indian scientist, who has actually made conspicuously crucial contributions, applied or fundamental, in the inter-disciplinary subject/ field of Biological Sciences and Technology. The award is given for the work done primarily in India during ten years preceding the year of the award.
Nominations addressed to Scientist in Incharge– SSB YSA Unit, CSIR HRDG New Delhi need to be submitted in the prescribed format in addition to reprints of 5 most significant publications of the last 10 years’ duration via email to [email protected] on or before 31st May 2021. No hardcopy to follow. Please visit www.csirhrdg.res.in for additional details and nomination format.
A) The Award is named after Prof. G N Ramachandran and is referred to as the ” G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences & Technology”.
B) The Award is awarded annually for outstanding contributions to Biological Sciences & Technology.
2. Nature of Award
A Gold Medal along with a citation is to be presented to the recipient on 26 September, the CSIR Foundation Day. The medal is awarded for outstanding and notable research, applied or basic, in the inter-disciplinary subject/field of Biological Sciences and Technology.
Recognition of outstanding work in Biological Sciences & Technology.
A) Any citizen of India engaged in research in Biological Sciences & Technology. an overseas citizen of India (OCI) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) working in India will also be qualified.
B) The Award shall be bestowed on an individual, who in the opinion of Advisory Committee constituted by CSIR, has made conspicuously important and superior contributions to human knowledge and progress, basic or applied in the particular field of endeavour, which is his / her specialization.
C) The award will be awarded on the basis of contributions made through work completed primarily in India during the ten years, preceding the year of the prize (For this purpose”primarily” will mean” for the most part”).
The Award shall receive annually together with the approval of the Governing Body of CSIR on the recommendations of the Advisory Committee.
6. Advisory Committee
A) The Advisory Committee for each year’s award would be comprised by DG, CSIR. The Committee would include a maximum of seven experts in broad areas.
B) On receipt of the nominations for a particular calendar year, CSIR will circulate the list of nominees together with the comprehensive statement of work and attainments of every candidate for all members of Advisory Committee.
C) Meeting of this Committee will be convened by CSIR, in consultation with the Chairperson for selecting the recipient of the”G N Ramachandran Award” along with the recommendations of the Committee would be submitted to DG, CSIR for approval.
D) The composition of Advisory Committee, the information submitted for their scrutiny, the proceedings of this meeting and the procedure for consideration of the nominations, other than as detailed herein would be kept confidential.
A) Name of applicants may be proposed by a member of the Governing Body (CSIR); Presidents of approved scientific societies and academies of all-India character, Vice-Chancellors of Universities; Deemed Universities and Institutions of national importance; Directors of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Director-General of the main R & D organizations, like the Defense Research & Development Organization, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Indian Council of Medical Research, Directors of CSIR Laboratories, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Secretaries of the Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, Department of Biotechnology, etc..Member in-charge (Science) in the Planning Commission and former Prof GNR Gold Medal Awardees.
University Faculties can recommend scientists working in their institutions only and route nominations through their respective Vice-Chancellors, while the faculties in IITs have been needed to deliver their nominations through their Directors. Directors-General of those R & D Organizations and also Chairperson of Commissions may sponsor names of those scientists working in their respective organizations. The Directors of CSIR labs can nominate applicants in disciplines of their interest regardless of the fact whether they’re working in CSIR labs or outside. The recipients of Prof GNR Gold Medal can send the nomination of a single person only for each year’s award. Nominations from other individuals sponsoring their own names or of others aren’t acceptable. Each nomination ought to be accompanied by thorough statements of work and attainments of the nominee along with a critical assessment report (not more than 500 words) bringing out the significance of important research and development contributions of the nominee made during the ten years preceding the year of the Prize.
B) A candidate, once nominated, could be considered for a total period of 3 years, if otherwise eligible. After such a nomination has been obtained, CSIR can correspond directly with the candidate for supplementary information, if needed.
C) Nomination(s) addressed to Scientist Incharge, SSB YSA Unit, Human Resource
Development (HRD) Group, CSIR Complex, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi 110 012 should be sent as per the prescribed proforma latest by 31st May 2021.
The PDF version of duly filled proforma (Part A and Part B separately), significant publications and photograph of the proposed nominee are also required in a USB/Pen drive.
The details of the G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences &
Technology and the prescribed proforma for nomination may be obtained from above address or may also be downloaded from our website: www.csirhrdg.res.in.
A) The Award will be presented to the recipient on 26 September, the CSIR Foundation Day.
In all matters of the award of “G N Ramachandran Gold Medal for Excellence in Biological Sciences & Technology” the decision of CSIR will be final.
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