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Young Scientist Award

Criteria for selection ISPP-Young Scientist Gold Medal Awards-2016

Maximum ten participants will be selected based on scores in academic, publication and significant research findings

Score Card for Selection of Young Scientist Award

S.No.

Attributes

 

Marks

1.

Importance and relevance of research findings presented (background, review of literature, hypothesis and significant findings)

:

20

2.

Slide preparation and presentation

:

10

3.

Confidence level

:

10

4.

Observing time limit

:

10

5.

Capability to answer the questions

:

15

6.

Academic excellence (Recipient of CSIR, UGC, INSPIRE, Rajiv Gandhi any other Important National Fellowship/Gold Medal)

:

10

7.

Publications (No. of publications with NAAS rating)

:

25

 

Total

 

100

Detailed guidelines

  1. Area of the research should be in-line with the Societyís mandated areas of research.
  2. The candidate must give a power point presentation and adhere to the time limit i.e. eight minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for answering the queries raised by the experts/audience. Exceeding the time limit will have negative marking.
  3. The candidate will be judged on the basis of capability to answer maximum questions in only two
  4. Academic excellence weightage: >60% marks at B.Sc. (1 mark), M.Sc. (2 mark) and Ph.D. (2 marks), and National Fellowship/University Gold Medal (5 marks). CSIR, UGC, INSPIRE, Rajiv Gandhi any other Important National Fellowship (2.5 marks each)
  5. Publications other than NAAS rating journals will get 1.5 marks each. Patent granted 5 marks each, patent filed 3 marks each.

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Brief CV should be mail to Hon. Secretary, ISPP email id: ispp.58@gmail.com, ispp@rediffmail.com

  1. Name
  2. Date of birth
  3. Qualification

Degree

University/Institute

Percentage marks

Year

B.Sc.

 

 

 

M.Sc.

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

Any other

 

 

 

 

  1. Fellowship/University Gold Medal
  2. Publication in referred journal with NAAS rating
  3. Abstract

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Thrust Areas

  • Abiotic Stress Adaptations

  • Biotic Stress Adaptations

  • Climate Change Impacts and Crop Modelling

  • Growth and Developmental Biology

  • Plant Nutrition: Physiology and Management

  • Physiology of Horticulture Crops and Post-harvest Physiology

  • Physiology of Tree and Plantation Crops