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UGC released List of recommended Major/ Minor Research Projects in Basic and Applied Science

 05-MAR-2013

UGC on 5 March 2013 released list of recommended Major/Minor Research Projects in Basic and Applied Science including Engineering & Technology, Medicine, Pharmacy & Agriculture etc. As per the meeting held during 17 January 2012 to 31 January 2013, a total of 1071 projects were selected of which 993 were Major Projects and 78 Minor Projects.

List of Major Project

List of Minor Project

The Research Funding Council of UGC promotes research in Universities and colleges teachers across varied disciplines to promote excellence in research in higher education. The quantum of assistance for a Major research project in Humanities, Social Science, Languages, Literature, Arts, Law and allied disciplines was Rs 12 lakh and for Minor Research Project was Rs 1.50 lakh.

By:Name | On:30-OCT-2014 14:05:19


MRP-MAJOR-BOTA-2013-38062 Ihave submitted a major research project application on 30 October 2013 whatis the status of this project-uc


By:Dr Sona Truman | On:25-OCT-2014 14:55:45


i have submitted a minor project application in August 2014 . What is the status of this project. I had posted the project to the Bangalore office.


By:padma kant sharan | On:10-OCT-2014 21:59:15


status of ugc major project MRP-MAJOR-MATH-201324805


By:Sunita Chahar | On:06-OCT-2014 23:11:44


Please let us know the status of Botany Major Research Proposals submitted online in October 2013.


By:Dr Shahaji chandanshive | On:02-OCT-2014 18:56:58


I have submitted the major research project but up to I have not received any information from ugc please send me the details of mrp l hope u will send me the details on my mail.thanking you. ...Dr Shahaji chandanshive professor department of zoology and research guide SGRG Shinde Mahavidaylaya Paranda Tq.paranda District. Osmanabad 413502


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