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Awards for Young Scientists

To encourage young scientists, 'Buti Young Scientist Award' has been instituted. The award consists of a CITATION and a CASH AMOUNT of RS.5000. On behalf of Buti Foundation, Plasma Science Society of India (PSSI) at its Annual National Conference will present this award to the selected young researcher for the best presentation.

The first award was given at PLASMA 2004 (PSSI Conference) held at Bundelkhand University at Jhansi in December 2004. Looking at the great enthusiasm of the young participants for competing for this award, President, Buti Foundation had decided to have two such awards from 2005 onwards. One award will be exclusively for scientists from Universities and Colleges and the second one will be open to all young scientists. This had been done keeping in mind that the scientists at Universities and Colleges do not have facilities comparable to the ones at Research Institutes. However there will be no compromise on the quality of the presentation. In case, the presentations are not to the mark, no award will be given that year. For further information please check http://www.pssi.in/

Award Presentation to the young scientists at PSSI meeting - Dec 2004

Awardees of the Buti Young Scientist Award:

  • Award for the year 2004 was given to Sambaran Pahari at Bundelkhand University, Ranchi.
  • Award for the year 2005 was given to Suraj Saha at Cochin University, Cochin
  • Awards for the year 2006 were given to Ms. Ruchi Mishra and P. Bandyopadhyay at MNIT, Jaipur
  • Award for the year 2007 was given to Ms. Maya at Institute of Plasma Research, Bhat.
  • Awards for the year 2008 were given to Ms. Nidhi Shukla and Soumen Karmakar at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay.
  • Award for the year 2009 was given to R.P. Prajapati at National Institute Of Technology, Hamirpur (H.P.).
  • Award for the year 2010 was given to G. S. Gogna at Institute of Advance Studies in Science & Tech. (IASST) Guwahati.
  • Awards for the year 2011 were given to B. Kakati and Shail Pandey at Birla Institute of Technology, Patna.
  • Awards for the year 2012 were given to Udit Narayan Pal of CEERI Pilani and Swarniv Chandra of Jadavpur University at Pondicherry University, Pondicherry.

B. Kakati receiving the award for 2011 from Prof. B. Buti

Starting from the year 2012 Award Amount has been increased to Rs.10000 each.

Buti Foundation Award

BUTI FOUNDATION AWARD for excellence in THEORETICAL PHYSICS, ASTROPHYSICS AND BIOPHYSICS has been instituted. The award consists of a CITATION, a GOLD MEDAL and a CASH AMOUNT of RS.25000. On behalf of Buti Foundation, Indian Physics Association (IPA) will organize and administer this award. For details please check http://www.tifr.res.in/~ipa

Awardees:

  • The first award for 2006 was awarded to Prof. Tarun Souradeep Ghosh of Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune.
  • The award for 2008 was awarded to Prof. Anirban Sain of Department of Physics, IIT Bombay.
  • The awards for 2010 were awarded to Dr. S. Shankaranaraynan of Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Thiruvananthapuram and to Dr. S.K. Das of J. Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore

Buti Foundation Award

BUTI FOUNDATION AWARD for excellence in Plasma Science and Technology has been instituted. The award consists of a CITATION, a GOLD MEDAL and a CASH AMOUNT of RS.50000. On behalf of Buti Foundation, Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad will administer this award. For details please check http://www.prl.res.in

Dr. Subroto Mukherjee of Institute of Plasma Research, Ahmedabad receiving PRL Award 2007

Awardees:

  • The first award for 2007 was given to Dr. Subroto Mukherjee of Institute of Plasma Research, Ahmedabad.
  • Award for 2009 was given to Dr. Sudeep Bhattacharjee of Department of Physics, IIT Kanpur.
  • Award for 2011 was given to Dr. Banibrata Mukhopadhyay of Department of Physics, IISc Bangalore.

Buti Foundation Merit-cum-Means Scholarship

On behalf of Buti Foundation, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi has instituted this Scholarship.The scholarship will be awarded on merit-cum-means basis to the 1st year B.Tech.student of IIT Delhi. The scholarship will be awarded for the entire period of programme provided he/she maintains minimum CGPA of 8.0. In case the awardee fails to maintain minimum CGPA, the scholarship will be awarded to another 1st year student. The scholarship is to be awarded from the academic session 2007-08. IIT Delhi will be responsible for the management of this Scholarship. For further details, please see http://www.iitd.ernet.in or http://www.iitd.ac.in

Scholarship Awardees:

  • The first award for 2007 was given to Piyush Jain.
  • Award for 2008 went to Sandeep Bhagia.
  • Award for 2009 went to Rishab Garg.

Buti Foundation Bodh Raj Gold Medal for Women Scientists

On behalf of Buti Foundation, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi has instituted the “Buti Foundation Bodh Raj Gold Medal” for Women Scientists. Gold medal would be awarded, every year at IIT’s annual convocation, to the best woman student among the graduating students of M.Sc. , M.Tech. and M.Des. programmes of the Institute. For further details, please see http://www.iitd.ernet.in or http://www.iitd.ac.in

Awardees of Gold Medal:

  • The first Gold Medal, of Academic session 2008-09, was awarded to Ms. Mitu Arora of M.Tech. in Polymer Science and Technology.
  • The Gold Medal, of Academic session 2009-10, was awarded to Ms. G. Shanthini Of M.Tech in Structural Engineering.
  • The Gold Medal, of Academic session 2010-11, was awarded to Ms. Sanjukta Bose of M.Tech. in Polymer Science and Technology.
  • The Gold Medal, of Academic session 2011-12, was awarded to Ms. Mona of M.Sc. Chemistry.
  • The Gold Medal, of Academic session 2012-13, was awarded to Ms. Yashna Sharma of M.Tech. in Optoelectronics and Optical Communication.

 

Buti Foundation Award

BUTI FOUNDATION AWARD for the Best Visually Challenged 3rd Year Student of Miranda House, Delhi University has been instituted. This award will consist of a CITATION and a CASH AMOUNT of Rs. 10000 and will be managed by Miranda House. The first award for the year 2010 was awarded to Ms. Satyawati Yadav and was presented by Chief Minster of Delhi, Mrs. Shiela Dixit. For further details please see www.mirandahouse.ac.in


Mrs. Shiela Dixit, Chief Minister of Delhi presenting the award to Ms. Satyawati.

Buti Foundation Award

Two BUTI FOUNDATION AWARDS for the Best Visually Challenged 1st and 2nd Year Students of Miranda House, Delhi University have been instituted. These awards will consist of a CITATION and a CASH AMOUNT of Rs. 10000 each and will be managed by Miranda House. The first award will be given in 2011. For further details please see www.mirandahouse.ac.in

Awards for 2011:

Ms. Seema of B.A. 1st year; Ms. Reena Kumari of B.A. 2nd year and Ms. Priyanka Kumari of B.A. Honours Hindi 3rd year won the awards for 2011.


Ms. Seema Receiving the award


Ms. Reena Receiving the award


Ms. Priyanka Receiving the award

Awardees of 2012:

Ms. Vinita Negi, BA (H) History I year, Ms. Sudha Mishra, BA (H) Hindi II year & Ms. Prem Lata Gupta, BA (H) History III year

Ms. Vinita Negi,
BA (H) History I year
  
Ms. Sudha Mishra,
BA (H) Hindi II year
  
Ms. Prem Lata Gupta,
BA (H) History III year

 

 

 

Awardees of 2013:

Ms. Ankita, BA I year, Ms. Supriya, BA II year & Ms. Jyoti, BA III year

Ms. Ankita, BA I year
  
Ms. Supriya, BA II year
  
Ms. Jyoti, BA III year


 

 

 

Awardees of 2014:

Ms. Rita Jiyal, BA Sanskrit I year, Ms. Ankita Singh, BA II year & Ms. Vinita Negi, BA(Hons) History III year

Ms. Rita Jiyal, BA I year
  
Ms. Ankita Singh, BA II year
  
Ms. Vinita Negi, BA III year

 

 

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