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Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation Scholarship
Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation, the public charitable trust formed by Federal Bank to perpetuate the fond memories of its founder K.P. Hormis, has constituted the scholarship programme.
Students studying in the states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and Maharashtra for Medicine (MBBS), Engineering (B.E/B.Tech), Agriculture (B.Sc), Nursing (B.Sc) and MBA courses can apply for the scholarship.
Twenty students in each discipline, of which one seat will be kept aside for a physically challenged student (duly evidenced by a certificate issued by a Medical Officer not below the rank of DMO or an approved Medical Officer of the Bank), will be reimbursed 100% of the tuition fees as per the fee structure for seats allotted in the Government quota in Govt., Aided and Self-financing colleges, subject to a maximum of Rs. 1,00,000/- in a year up to the normal completion of course.
 National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation (NHFDC Scholarship
The objective of the Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the differently-abled students to enable them to pursue professional or technical courses from recognized institutes and get employed/self-employed. To start with every year 2500 scholarships will be provided to the differently-abled students throughout the country. 30% scholarships will be reserved for girls, which will be transferable to male students in case of non-availability of female candidates.
Early Career Medical Research Awards
Early Career Medical Research Awards is given by the Pediatric Biology Centre (PBC) of the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI).THSTI has created these awards to nurture outstanding young physicians who have a strong aptitude towards research and a desire to grow into independent principal investigators.
Deakin University Research Fellowships
The Faculty of Health, Deakin University, Australia, in partnership with the Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF), Chennai, is offering two scholarships for PhD studies through Deakin’s Incountry PhD Program (ICPP). Successful candidates will complete their PhDs in India in the challenging areas of DIABETES and OBESITY.