Innovation of Science Pursuit for Inspire Research (INSPIRE) is one such innovative scheme proposed by the Department of Science & Technology for attraction of talent to science. The basic objective of INSPIRE would be to communicate to the youth population of the country the excitements of creative pursuit of science and attract talent to the study of science at an early stage and build the required critical human resource pool for strengthening and expanding the Science & Technology system and R&D base.
INSPIRE Scheme has included three programs and five components. They are i) Scheme for Early Attraction of Talents for Science (SEATS), b) Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) and c) Assured Opportunity for Research Careers (AORC).The schematic diagram of the programme is shown below
Government of India approved this Scheme in November 2008 at a total cost of Rs 1979.25 crores in the 11th Plan Period and Hon'ble Prime Minister launched the Program on 13th December 2008. The Scheme with all the components is continuing in 12th Plan (2012-2017) at a total allocation of Rs.2200 crores. The Scheme has achieved the desired targets of enrolment of students in all 5 components by FY 2013-14.
For details on i) INSPIRE-Awards-MANAK ,click here:
For ii) INSPIRE Programme (4 other Components) ,click here:
1. Results of Level-2 Evaluation in 9th Advertisement (Provisional to Final) of INSPIRE Fellowship have been declared. Out of total 370 Declared Results, Selected for Final Offer: 256, Rejected-114.This results is compiled of applications received with documents uploaded up to 8th December 2017.
2. Partial Results of Results of Level-2 Evaluation in 10th Advertisement of INSPIRE Fellowship have been declared. Out of total 397 applications accepted for Level-2 Evaluation, now released results for 254 applications (158 accepted for Final Offers and 96 rejected), the remaining applications results will be announced shortly.
For more information contact:
Mrs Namita Gupta
Department of Science & Technology
New Mehrauli Road