Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY):

July 25th, 2010| In India.

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY):

This is established in 1999 by Indian government to recognize the talent of the students. The main aim of this is to encourage the students towards research field in engineering, basic science and medical. They will grant the students to attend few seminars and scholarships are given to them until the pre- PhD courses. They also provide a laptop and they can do summer programs in some research institutes after completing the fellowship. Indian institute of science in Bangalore is maintained by KVPY department of science and technology and Indian government.

Basic science – stream SA- eligibility:

They should obtain 75% marks in maths and science subjects and they should do 11th in science subject.

Basic sciences – stream SB+2- eligibility;

They should obtain 75% marks in maths and science subjects and they should do 11th in science subject. And they should have the interest to join in B.S/B.Sc/integrated M.Sc.

Basic sciences – stream SB:

They should obtain 60% marks in +2 science subjects. They should study first year in B.Sc/B.S/integrated M.Sc.

Stream SP:

They should obtain 60% marks in science subjects in tenth and twelfth. They should study the first ,second year intermediate and they should study the first year in B.S/B.Sc/integrated M.Sc.

Fellowship:

Basic sciences: SA and SP.

Amount: Rs.4000 per month

Contingency grant: Rs.16000 per month

SB and SP: (for the students studying BS/BSC/integrated M.Sc from 1st year to 3rd year)

Amount: Rs.5000 per month

Contingency grant: Rs.16000 per month

SB and SP: (for the students studying 5th year in integrated M.Sc/M.S)

Amount: Rs.7000 per month

Contingency grant: Rs.28000 per year

SP: (engineering students who are studying 2nd and 3rd year in basic sciences)

Amount: Rs.5000 per month for second years and Rs.7000 per month for third years.

Contingency grant: Rs.20000 for second year students and Rs.28000 for third years.

SP: (students studying second and third year medicine)

Amount: Rs.5000 per month for second years and Rs.7000 per month for third years.

Contingency grant: Rs.20000 for second year students and Rs.28000 for third years.

Scholarship renewal:

The renewal is available for the students who obtain 60% marks in the present academic year.

Other facilities:

Those students who got this yogen are given special classes in the summer and the experts in science, engineering and medicine will conduct the classes. The students are provided the knowledge related to the subjects and they can clarify their doubts with the scientists.

In basic sciences, the Indian institute of sciences, in Bangalore, pune, kolkata, Allahabad, Mumbai and mohali conduct the classes in summer.

The engineering classes are conducted in IIT Mumbai and the related faculty will guide the students in the related projects.

The Indian council of medical research is conducting the summer classes and they are for one to two weeks.

Identity card:

Those who are selected for this yogen are given identity cards. The students can use the libraries and laboratories across the country by producing this ID card.

Website: www.iisc.ernet.in/kvpy