- Limited numbers of TDU Fellowships are available for transdisciplinary research that interfaces Indian Systems of Medicine with other trans-disciplinary knowledge domains.
- All fellowships will be for a period of 4 years starting from the date of issue of the Provisional Registration into the PhD Program at TDU to the time of submission of the thesis for public defence.
- For the academic year 2016-17, the following fellowships are available.
- Fellowship from TATA Trust
- Fellowship from Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India
Selection Criteria for all Fellowships
Being an innovative trans-disciplinary research University, the GRC will follow a rigorous selection process for the award of all Fellowships at TDU. The selection criteria will be broadly based on;
- Students overall academic performance including academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities,
- The research work is in the thematic areas of interest to the sponsoring body,
- A crisp, achievable statement of purpose that is trans-disciplinary in nature,
- A good presentation and discussion of the statement of purpose with the admission committee as part of the student’s personal interview and
- A recommendation from the admission committee to offer the student a place in TDU’s PhD Program.