Dr. D.C. Pavate Memorial Visiting Fellowships In Cambridge
Dr. D.C. Pavate Foundation in co-ordination with Karnatak University, Dharwad and Sidney Sussex College, Univeristy of Cambridge, awards three Visiting Fellowships annually for a duration of four months each, to Indians of merit, at the Centre of International Studies / Department of Politics and International Studies, Judge Business School and the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics / Department of Material Sciences and Metallurgy / Department of Chemistry/ Department of Zoology, respectively, at the University of Cambridge to pursue research on topics of great importance.
The Foundation and the Memorial Fellowship project were set up in 1999-2000 marking the year of Golden Jubilee of the Karnatak University and the Birth Centenary of its architect Late Dr. D.C. Pavate. A former "Wrangler" from Cambridge University, Dr. D.C. Pavate was a visionary in the ﬁeld of education. He was Vice Chancellor for 14 years, President of the Inter—University Board, a member of the University Grants Commission.
(UGC), a member‘of the Executive Council of Commonwealth Universities, and an author of several books in mathematics. Dr. Pavate was the Governor of Punjab from 1967-1973. He was awarded Padmabhushan’ in 1967.Read More
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