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  "Innovative Young Biotechnologists Award" for the year 2009  
  The Department of Biotechnology invites applications from the young researchers/scholars for considering ‘Innovative Young Biotechnologists Award’ (IYBA) for the year 2009. This award was instituted by the DBT in the year 2005, as an attractive, career-oriented scheme to identify and nurture outstanding young scientists with innovative ideas and desire to pursue research in frontier areas of biotechnology. The award will consist of financial support for a project and Cash Award/fellowship for the awardees. Awardees having a regular employment will receive a cash award of Rs.1.00/- lakh every year during the course of the project in addition to grant-in-aid of about Rs. 40.00/- Lakhs for a project. The awardees, those are not in the regular employment will receive a fellowship of Rs. 40,000/- per month and shall be attached to a Senior Scientist (Mentor) in a University, Research Institute, Medical/Agriculture/ Veterinary College or any other institute of repute. It is expected that the awardees will work independently and the Mentor will facilitate the awardees research efforts. Applications (2 copies) neatly typed on plain paper in the prescribed format along with enclosures & certified copies to be sent to Dr. T. Madhan Mohan, Adviser, Department of Biotechnology, Block-2, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110 003, so as to reach latest by 04th December, 2009. Soft copy of the application also needs to be sent to: iyba.dbt@nic.in. For more details and application format, please visit DBT website: http://www.dbtindia.nic.in/iyba.htm

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