Anthropological Survey of India, as a part of its policy,has extended facilities to young and promising scholars for carrying out research activities through its fellowship programme. These fellowships are tenurial and are distributed in different Regional/Sub-Regional Centers, including Head Office and Ranchi Field Station.
There are four categories of Fellowships, namely Junior Research Fellow, Senior Research Fellow, Post-Doctoral Fellow and Visiting Fellow. Presently about 45 researchers are involved in different research projects over wide areas of interest. Most of them were given hands-on training for about six months in the areas of their interest and were asked to take up projects, with every possible support from the Survey.
All Research Fellows are being encouraged to register themselves for Ph.D. and are presently engaged in different research projects of their interest ranging from DNA Polymorphism – A Phylogeny Initiative, Bio-Cultural Adaptation, Indigenous Knowledge, DNA Polymorphism and Disease including the “Growth and development of children in North-East : A public health issue”.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR SENIOR/JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP - JUNE 2012
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