Science and Engineering Research Board (Govt. of India) identifies the
Department of Zoology & Environmental Science to hold 15-days Avian School
The Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), a statutory body of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, has initiated a programme of School in Avian Biology. The aim of this School is to expose young researchers to current trends and advances in avian biology.
The Current School is the second in this series and is being held at the Department of Zoology & Environmental Science, Gurukula Kangri University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The faculty of the School will include leading researchers of the country and abroad. The course will comprise lectures, labs, and field training covering key areas of research in avian biology.
The programme is open to students of life/physical/environmental sciences, currently pursuing B.Tech./M.Tech./M.Sc. (final year), M.Phil., Ph.D. and Post-doc. Research in India. Young faculty members in their early research career are also eligible. Those interested may apply with CV (photograph, date of birth, complete postal address with e-mail id and mobile no., educational qualifications with relevant details, training and professional experience in the research field, and a list of research publications, if any), two recommendation letters, and a brief statement of purpose (in 250 words) to attend the School. Selected participants will be provided to-and-fro train fare (max. AC III train fare) and local hospitality. There is no registration fee.
Applications must reach on or before 10th of January 2015 to Professor Dinesh Bhatt, Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences, Gurukula Kangri University, Haridwar – 249 404, Uttarakhand or by email to email@example.com. Please visit www.avianbiologyschool.org for further information.