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Women Scientists Fellowship Scheme (WOS-B) – 2011 of Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi

A scheme of govt of India for the women scientists, women scientist scholarship scheme (WOS-C) is being operated by the dept of science and technology (DST)

The scheme aims to train women having qualification in science/engineering/medicine or allied areas in the area of intellectual property rights (IPR) and this management for a period of one year

Govt is interested in retaining the scientific talent of Indian women seeking scientific pursuits and keep to encourage women to work from their homes and enabling them to draw a good balance between professional and domestic demands. The scheme is being coordinated the implemented by patent facilitating centre (PFC) of technology formation, forecasting and assessment council (TIFAC) on behalf of DST

The selection of the candidates is done by an all India level written test followed by a rigorous interview. Selected candidates will be workshops and hands-on-training in agencies engaged in IPR protection and management

Scholarship: The scholarship will be admissible for a period of one year and the amount of scholarship will be Rs 12,500/- per month for candidates having M.Sc/B.Tech/MBBS/B.Pharma/ or equivalent qualification and Rs 17,500/- per month for Ph.D/M.Tech/M.Pharma/M.V.Sc/M.S./M.D. or equivalent

Long term objectives: Empower talented and skilled women who have studied science, engineering, medicine and allied areas to contribute effectively in the advancement of science and technology in the country

Develop a pool of women scientists geared up in creating, protecting and managing intellectual property in India

Short term objectives: Train talented and meritorious women, who have studied science, engineering, medicine and allied areas, in laws related to protection of intellectual property (IP), management of IPR, determination of novelty and originality of IP, ascertaining patentability of an invention, searches of databases related to patents and allied databases and other aspects of IPR, enabling them to seek specialized employment or be self employed

Develop a core of professionals for preparing specialized reports based on IPR such as technology scan and freedom to operate reports

Eligibility criteria

Essential: An Indian citizen, master of science in physical sciences, chemical sciences, life sciences or allied areas; or bachelor or master degree holder in engineering, medicine, pharmaceutical science, veterinary science or allied areas or doctorate in any of the above areas. Candidates with higher qualification are welcome to apply

Familiar with handling of computerized databases, surfing the net and information searches and candidate should not be more than fifty years of age on the date of 20th November, 2010


Experience in research, preparation of project reports, term papers and similar activities

Coordination centers: PFC is the nodal office having the overall responsibility of implementing the scheme throughout the country including training of selected candidates

It has set up three coordination centres, namely, Centre for International Cooperation in Sciences (CICS), Chennai; Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur and Unit for Research and Development of Information Products (URDIP), Pune for facilitating training of candidates

Hands-on-training: Hands-on-training would be provided at partner agencies of the scheme such as law firms, knowledge processing organization (KPOs), companies and govt agencies. The period of hands-on-training would be about 10 months

Selection procedure:

Selection will be through an all India written examination and interview

The written test will be conducted in four cities namely, Delhi, Chennai, Kharagpur and Pune under the supervision of PFC and respective coordination centres, similarly interview of successful candidates in the written test will be held at these centres

How to apply:

Application must be sent in the format given at the end of the advertisement, the application must be complete in all aspects and incomplete application will be rejected, no column should be left blank

Write no applicable/nil if no details are available, the declaration at the end of the application must be signed, unsigned applications will be rejected, affix a recent self attested photograph in the space provided

Applications sent through e-mail or fax will not be accepted, choose any one coordination centre for the written test and interview, the chosen centre will be responsible for arranging your hands-on-training in consultation with PFC

The application must reach the coordination centre opted for by 20th December, 2010

In case of application received only by post (by post/speed post) from the candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Jammu and Kashmir, Lahaul and Spiti district and Pangi sub-division of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar islands or Lakshadweep, the last date for receipt of application is 27th December, 2010

The benefit of extended time will be available only in respect of applications received by post/speed post from the above-mentioned areas/region

In case of applications received by hand or through courier service, benefit of extended time will not be available, regardless of the place of residence of the applicant

Coordination centres

Delhi centre-Director, Patent Facilitating centre (PFC), Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC), Vishwakarma Bhavan, A-Wing, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi- 110016 Telephone 011-42525802, 42525815, 42525803, Email

Kharagpur centre-Dean, Continuing Education Programme , Women Scientist Scholarship Scheme-TIFAC-PFC-DST, Continuing Education Programme, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal-721302, Telephone 03222-28211/282112, Email

Chennai centre-Honorary Director, Centre for International Cooperation in Science (CICS), 2, Gandhi Mandapam Road, Chennai-600025, Telephone 044-24430228, 24419466, 24901367 Email,

Pune centre-Head, Unit of Research and Development of Information Product (URDIP) Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Jopasana, 85/1, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune-411038, Telephone 020-25382296, 25383557-58, 25387209, Email

Only 8 days of leave will be permitted during the training for one year, a candidate going to long term leave (beyond 15 days) will not be allowed to pursue the training further and no certificate would be given

Candidates should be prepared for relocating themselves for training in and around coordination centres, candidates have to report to the coordination centre within one week of the orientation programme

Candidates deciding not to join the training programme after the orientation programme, will not be given internship for the orientation programme

No leave will be permitted during the orientation programme, TIFAC will be authorized to recover paid internship from the candidates who leave the programme in between

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