RxPG - the perfect Rx for medical Post Graduate entrance blues!
Mobile Edition | Help/Newbie? | 24/7 Support
HOT | PrePG | MCQ | DNB | Careers | Books | Colleges | Dental | DocIndia | PLAB |  USMLE  | Australia | Canada | GLOBAL | OffBeat!
Articles | Forums | MCQ Crammer | Downloads | Mnemonics | Revision Tools | Recent Shouts | All Features

The Paul Foundation Scholarships 2004

Author: Guest, Posted on Monday, December 29 @ 07:15:19 IST by RxPG  

 FRIEND Add to My Pages   PRINTER Printer Friendly   FRIEND Email Story  FRIEND Download Story  NONE alerts 


The Paul Foundation Scholarships 2004

The Paul Foundation invites applications from outstanding graduates and postgraduates of Indian Universities for scholarships to study in India and overseas at top ranked Universities, Institutes, centres in their chosen areas of specialization.

The scholarships will be awarded to students aspiring to excel and to lead. The purpose is to make a difference by encouraging and stimulating outstanding scholars, who have demonstrated ability and intellectual excellence, to produce thoughtful and thought-provoking work and who can, in turn, contribute to making a difference to society.

The scholarships are open for academic courses through taught programmes that contribute positively to building a learning and knowledge society. The choice of subjects is diverse, but not all-inclusive.

Eligibility: Candidates must hold a first class degree at the undergraduate or/and postgraduate levels and must have submitted their applications to the universities of their choice at the time of applying to The Paul Foundation. Candidates in their final year with exceptional results may also apply. Candidates must be below 30 years of age on November 1, 2003 and resident in India.

Scholarships will be awarded in full or in part to cover academic, living and travel expenses for a maximum of two years.

Application forms can be obtained by post by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope of Rs 10 to The Paul Foundation, Apeejay House, 15 Park Street, Kolkata 700016.

Forms can also be downloaded from the web site: www.thepaulfoundation.org

Important Dates:

Last date to obtain application forms: February 15, 2004.

Last date for receipt for completed application forms: February 28, 2004.

For details and application forms, write to The Paul Foundation, 15 Park Street, Kolkata 700016. Phones: 033-22295455 to 22295458. Website: www.thepaulfoundation.org

4 (Excellent) 3(Good) 2(Good) 1(Bad)   

Recommended Books for NONE
 Books to read for NONE by RxPG

Related NONE articles
 Is your Medical School Listed in WHO Directory?
 The Great Brain Robbery?
 Shape of the things to come - The probable future career options for Indian Docs
 Rich countries woo highly skilled migrants
 MCI exam no longer mandatory
 The Paul Foundation Scholarships 2004
 Rural doctors to get priority for PG courses
 Hippocratic Oath
 New Fetures in RxPG Site

Related NONE Discussions

Other articles by Guest
 Sharing My Experience of PLAB part 2 OSCE
 Buying a Laptop in UK - Some Research
 My experience in PLAB Part 2
 Complications of Acute Myocardial Infarction
 Malignant Hyperthermia
 Dezocine - A Narcotic Agonist-Antagonist Analgesic
 Porphyrias: Clinical Manifestations, Diagnosis and Treatment
 MRCP Part 1 Paper, 23 Sep 2003 : Version 1.01 - Q 81-155

  FAQ: Missing....
  FAQ: Which songs are you listening to today?
  FAQ: What A Women Wants?
  FAQ: What a man wants!
  Browse all FAQs

Write an Article on NONE
You can share your exam experiences, preparation strategies, books you have read or just any information about NONE on RxPG website and we will publish it under your name.

Article Rating
Average Score: 0
Votes: 0

Most Read Article
MCI exam no longer mandatory

Related Links


· NONE section
· Articles by Guest
· Add to my pages
· Printer friendly version
· PDF version
· Email article
· Feedback on this article
· Medical tutorials
· Related forum posts
· Related articles
· Related downloads
· Submit article
· NONE alerts
· NONE books
· NONE past papers

Most read story about NONE:
MCI exam no longer mandatory

Server Status: 94 pages served in last minute. Page generation time: 0.137 seconds

Site Maps: [Books] [News] [Forums] [Reviews] [Mnemonics]

sitemap - top30 - centuries - testimonials

About Us :: Disclaimer :: Contact Us :: Reporting abuse :: Terms of Services :: Privacy Policy

Advertise with RxPG!
Made in India by RxPG Medical Solutions Private Limited

"RxPG" is a Registered Trademark

Chrome Web Store YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Wikipedia Facebook