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Three week summer programme for M.SC physics women students announced

Vigyan Vidushi (VV) is a three-week summer programme for women students at the end of their M.Sc. first-year in physics, which will provide them an exposure to advanced physics topics and research opportunities, and encourage them to take up research in physics as a career option. The students in this program will also get an opportunity to be taught, inspired, and mentored by successful women scientist role models. Up to about 40 women students will be selected from nationwide applications. The programme will be a residential one, lectures as well as accommodation will be at the Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education in Mumbai. All participants will be reimbursed travel expenses (AC 3-tier train or road travel per norms). Accommodation and meals will be provided for the duration of the program. The basic structure of the VV programme will be like a summer school. In order to apply, please visit the VV2020 Application website. Duration of the programme: June 25th – July 12th, 2020
Final date of application: March 20th, 2020

The selection will be based on

  • The academic profile of the applicant,
  • Recommendations of two referees, and
  • A 200-word write up on the applicant’s interest in physics

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