Ph.D. PROGRAMME AYURVEDA: NIA, JAIPUR: 2024-25: APPLY NOW

NIA

Ph.D. PROGRAMME AYURVEDA: NIA, JAIPUR: 2024-25: APPLY NOW

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA

Deemed to be University (Ministry of AYUSH,Government of India)

Jorawar Singh Gate, Amer Road, Jaipur (302002) Rajasthan

Brochure of Information (BOI)

Admission to PhD (Ayurveda) Programme

[JOINT PhD DEGREE & SINGLE CENTRE PhD DEGREE PROGRAMMES]

Academic Session: 2024-25

Applications are invited from eligible interested candidates for admission into PhD (Ayurveda) programme of the Institute in the prescribed format before due date.

Joint Degree Programme (JDP) or Dual Degree Programme:“Joint PhD Degree Programme (JDP), means a cotutelle programme of research and training carried out by a PhD candidate who is concurrently enrolled in and jointly supervised by a supervisor, at both institutions. On the successful completion of the degree, two separate degree certificates (testamurs) may be issued by the institutionsas per their respective form and format of the degree certificate title, description, signatories etc., including a grade or mark (if that is the practice at either institution) but it must carry a clear statement that the degree is awarded under the JDP between the participating institutes. Academic records/transcripts will reflect enrolment in the joint programme.

NIA and AcSIR have entered into an MoU for a joint PhD degree programme. Joint degree or Dual degree programme is a unique programme through which the scholar will obtain two PhD degrees in same duration. He will be entitled for the stipend as per the NIA ruleas. AcSIR means the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research. The student is subject to the relevant rules and policies at both institutions throughout the duration of candidature.

Students given admission in the PhDProgramme at National Institute of Ayurveda (NIA) will have the option to join the Joint PhD Degree Programme (JDP) from NIA and AcSIR (Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research). Preference will be given to the candidates who will opt for Joint PhD Degree Programme.

Home institute and Host Institute: For candidates getting admitted under JDP, NIA will be the Home institute and concerned CSIR Institute will be the Host institute.

National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed to be University, Jaipur, (NIA), Amer Road, Jaipur Rajasthan: An apex Institute under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India for promoting the growth and development of Ayurveda and serve as a model Institute for evolving high standards of teaching,

training, research, patient care and also to invoke scientific outlook to the knowledge of Ayurveda System of Healthcare. Institute has attained status of Deemed to be University (De novo Category) which has been granted by the University Grants Commission (UGC) on 9″ of November, 2020. Institute was accredited with NAAC ‘A’ grade on 8.4.2021. The National Institute of Ayurveda was established on 7th February 1976 by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Since its inception, it has continuously been engaged in promoting reforms and developments in Ayurveda System of Health care at National and International level. The Institute is not only a premier Institute under the Central Government but also amongst apex institutions in the field of Ayurveda education and training in the country.

Academyof Scientific & Innovative Research (AcSIR) – has been established as an ‘Institution of National Importance’ with a view to maximize the number of qualified researchers and professionals of impeccable quality in the domain of science & engineering; and to equip them with the skills to innovate and conduct seamless interdisciplinary research. AcSIR was established by an Act of Parliament, viz. the Academy of Scientific Innovative Research Act, 2011, notified by the Central Government vide The Gazette of India notification No.15 dated February 7, 2012. Enactment of the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Act, 2011 was notified by Govt. of India vide The Gazette of India notification No. 622 on April 03, 2012. AcSIR is one of the premier institutions, involved in interdisciplinary research through its doctoral research students. AcSIR occupies a predominant academic position among institutions of higher education in India, particularly in the domain of science and engineering. The Headquarters of Academy of Scientific Innovative Research is located at CSIR-Human Resource Development Centre (CSIR-HRDC) Campus, Postal Staff College Area, Sector 19, Kamla Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201002.

Supervisors: Under this programme there will be two supervisors i.e. one from NIA (concerned department) and one from CSIR (concerned lab).

Thesis: Scholars under JDP will have to write one single thesis containing his/her research work done at both the sites.

Course work: Scholar who will be enrolled in NIA has to clear the course work from NIA as per the existing regulations.

Stipend: As per NIA rules and GoI orders.

Other Information about JDP: A Candidate will be enrolled as required at both NIA and AcSIR (Primary and Secondary enrolment or vice versa, as the case may be) for the duration of the Programme and will spend a considerable time of research at the Home and Host Institutions, duration of which shall be mutually decided by the Joint Supervisors. The JDP can be completed in any discipline/interdisciplinary areas of mutual interest within relevant schools or faculties at NIA and AcSIR subject to the availability of appropriate supervision, complementary research interest and strength of interdisciplinarity with respect to Ayush and Molecular/modern Medicine in broader sense and perspectives.

The interdisciplinary research domains would be identified jointly by AcSIR (through CSIR’s constituent institutes working in health domains, which include, CSIR-IIIM, CSIR-IHBT, CSIR-CDRI, CSIR-CIMAP, CSIR- NBRI, CSIR-IITR, CSIR-NEIST, CSIR-IICB, CSIR-IGIB, CSIR-IMTECH, CSIR-NCL, CSIR-CCMB, CSIRIICT, CSIR-

CFTRI and CSIR-NIIST) and NIA. Other CSIR institutes that may include, but not limited to, are CSIR-CSIO, CSIR-CEERI, and CSIR-4PI, Bengaluru for integrating applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Quantum Computing and other emerging science and technological interventions for the service of the key mission and objectives under this Agreement. The PhD courses of study and their curricular content shall be jointly evolved by AcSIR (through the CSIR institutes) and NIA.

Changes made in the programme after the release of this BOI shall become effective with immediate effect unless stated otherwise.

NIA reserves the rights to revise, amend, update or delete any part of this brochure without giving any prior notice or reason. Any change so made be updated on the website of the NIA i.e. www.nia.nic.in

Applicants are advised to regularly visit the institute’s website for any updates regarding any information related to PhD programme.

INFORMATION RELATED TO ADMISSION PROCESS:

  • Calendar of Events

A.       For admission through written Entrance Test

S.No.

Events

Date

1

Date of Notification

07.02.2024

2

Closing Date for receipt of application form

22.03.2024

3

Tentative date

examination

for

the

conduct

of

the

entrance

(Date shall   be   notified   on

institute website)

4

Uploading of answer key

One    hour     after    entrance

examination is over.

5

Submission of grievances related to questions and

answers key. Candidate hasto give proof of the grievance.

Up to 5:00 pm of the date of entrance exam

6

Redressal of grievances and uploading of revised key if

required

By    5:00    pm    on    the    day

following entrance exam

7

Announcements of results

By    6:00    pm    on    the    day

following grievance redressal

8

Date of Interviews

Next day   of   declaration   of

results of Entrance

9

Notification of final selected candidates

Next day of Interview

         
  1. For Admission to UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET qualified candidates

S.No.

Events

Date

1

Date of Notification

07.02.2024

2

Closing Date for receipt of application form

22.03.2024

3

Tentative date of Interview

(Date shall   be   notified   on

institute website)

4

Notification of final selected candidates

Next day of Interview

Note:- Any change in above schedule shall be notified on the website of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur (www.nia.nic.in)

 

  • Admission Procedure

2.1  Filling up of the Application Form

Application forms can be filled and submitted only online mode from our website www.nia.nic.in .

Forms submitted in any other mode will not be considered and summarily rejected.

 

  1. Entrance Examination

 

  • A common entrance examination for PhD Programme including Joint Degree Programme (Cotutelle Programme) of various subjects will be conducted for screening of the
  • Entrance test shall consist of multiple choice questions (MCQ’s). All the candidates except UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET qualified candidates applying for PhD programme shall appear for the Entrance examination conducted by the National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed to be University (De-Novo). However the foreign nationals will not appear in this programme and a separate procedure through ICCR will be
  • The test shall consists of 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ’s) covering 60 subject specific questions with the competence of PG standard, 25 questions from Research Methodology and Medical Statistics, 10 questions from the general knowledge regarding AYUSH and 5 questions from basic working knowledge about
  • The Duration of the Entrance Examination shall be 90
  • Each question shall consist of 1 mark for each right answer one mark will be awarded whereas for each wrong answer ¼ (one fourth) mark shall be deducted.
  • Entrance test is just for screening and short listing of the candidates and final selection will be done after the

3.7 On the basis of entrance examination merit will be declared and 3 students from the merit against each seat will be shortlisted for the interview.

  • Admission of UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUH-NET/CSIR-NET qualified candidates will be through Separate interview as per notified dates will be conducted by National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur.
  • A list of subjects in which PhD Programme will be offered is given at Annexure-1

4.    Examination Fee

Examination Fee for the entrance examination is as under:

For SC/ST and Persons with Disabilities (PwD)

Rs. 2500/-

For all other categories (Unreserved, OBC etc.)

Rs. 3000/-

5.  Mode of Payment

 

Examination fee can be paid through ONLINE mode only. Fees will not be refunded in any condition.

6.  Reservation and Distribution of Seats

 

The Reservation and seat distribution for PhD Programme in various specialitiesis as follows:

S.No.

Speciality

UR

Foreign

OBC

SC

ST

Total

1

Agad Tantra

1

1

2

2

Ayurveda Samhita Evam Siddhant

1

1(PH)

2

3

Dravya Guna Vigyana

1

1

2

4

Kaumarbhritya

1

1

2

5

Kayachikitsa

1

1

2

6

Kriya Sharira

1

1

2

7

Panchkarma

1

1

2

8

Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga

1

1

2

9

Rachana Sharira

1

1

2

10

Ras       Sastra       evamBhaishajya

Kalpana

1

1

2

11

Roga NidanaevamVikritiVigyana

1

1

2

12

ShalakyaTantra

1

1

2

13

Shalya Tantra

1

1

2

14

Swasthavrittaevam Yoga

1

1

2

Total

13

2

7

4

2

28

Note 1: In case of non- availability of differently abled candidate (PH) the same seat will be offered to un-reserved candidate. Therefore, the un-reserved candidate of Ayurveda Samhita Evam Siddhant may also apply for this seat.

Note 2: In case of non- availability of candidate in any reserved seat, the same seat will be offered to un-reserved candidate.

Note 3: 2 Seats are reserved for foreign nationals, 1 Seat in Kaumarbhritya Department and 1 Seat in Rachana Sharira Department. In case the candidate is / are not available in foreign national quota the seats will be filled up from unreserved category.

Note 4: Seats for UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET qualified candidates in each speciality will be extra from the above mentioned seats and will be available depending upon the availability of the eligible guides in the concerned specialities.

7.  Interview

 

  • The shortlisted candidates (maximum 3 candidates for 1 seat) on the basis of merit list will be called for
  • The list of shortlisted candidates for interview will be shared after the entrance examination on the website only (nia.nic.in) as no separate information will be circulated to individual candidate.
  • 50% marks (45% for ST/SC Candidates) in entrance examination are required to be eligible for appearing in the
  • The candidate shortlisted for interview shall present their interest and research proposal through a presentation (Duration 8-10 minutes) before a duly constituted University committee of the respective
  • The interview will also consider following aspects-
  • To evaluate the research aptitude of the applicants.
  • The candidate possesses the competence for the proposed
  • The research work can be suitably undertaken at the Institution/College.
  • The proposed area of research can contribute to new/additional

8.    Centre for Entrance Examination

 

  • Entrance examination shall be conducted at National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur. The date of the entrance examination shall be notified on the institute’s websitenia.nic.in. Hence, the applicants are requested to check the institute’s website regularly.
  • National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur reserves the right to change/cancel the centre of examination and date without assigning any

9.  Intimation Regarding Admission

 

  • Result of the Entrance examination and interview shall be notified on the website of National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur e. www.nia.nic.in
  • The shortlisted candidate will be required to produce all the required documents in original at the time of
  • Information regarding subsequent lists of selected candidates, if any, shall be notified on the website of National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University e. www.nia.nic.in
  • For all the updates related to PhD admission, candidates are advised to check the institute’s website regularly at website of National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur i.e. nia.nic.inas no separate information will be circulated to individual candidate, from the institute.

10.  Syllabus for Entrance Examination

 

10.1 Question paper shall be based on the syllabi prescribed by NCISM for Research Methodology in MD/MS Ayurveda programme and the subject concerned under which the candidate has applied for PhD Programme.

  • Question shall be covering the recent updates in AYUSH and the subject
  • Basic Working knowledge of the Information

11.      Eligibility Criteria

  • MD/MS Degree in Ayurveda in concerned subject from an institute recognizes by
  • PG Degree must be completed at the closing date of application from e. 22.03.2024.
  • No candidate shall be eligible to register for the PhD Programme if he/she is already registered for a full-time programme in other University/Institution. In such case if a candidate gets selected then he/she will have to leave the ongoing PhD programme in other

11.4.        Foreign Nationals

02 Seats are reserved for foreign nationals per session. The subject available for PhD to foreign nationals will be on the basis of rotation. Foreign nationals applying through ICCR will only be entertained. In any case if the seats reserved for foreign nationals in any subject remain vacant, the same shall be filled on the basis of waiting list from the Indian applicants in the subject concerned from unreserved category.

12.      Reservation

  • Reservation of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), and Other Backward Class(OBC) to the prescribed extent (according to the policy of Government of India) shall apply in compliance with the rules notified by the

13.      Selection Process for UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET Qualified Candidates

 

  • AYUSH-NET– An interview shall be conducted by National Institute of Ayurveda, on notified dates for AYUSH-NET qualified candidates who have been awarded SRF by research councils of Ministry of AYUSH. In case if the applications receive dare more than the available guides in any subject, the admission will be given on the basis of interview and shall be decided by the committee framed for the
  • Biomedical Sciences/Life Sciences– For streams other than AYUSH as mentioned in AYUSH PhD Fellowship scheme 2018, eligible candidates who have qualified a National Eligibility Test like CSIR-UGC NET for JRF and LS (NET) DBT-JRF in Bio technology; Bio Technology Eligibility Test (BET); etc. If willing to undertake research on AYUSH related projects can also apply through AYUSH research councils in prescribed application Their fellowship will be considered after receiving clearance from the respective AYUSH council.
  • Only those candidates shall be eligible for PhD registration whose fellowship is within the validity period notified by the respective councils/bodies conducting those qualifying
  • The candidate appearing in the interview shall have to present their interest and research proposal through a presentation (duration 8-10 minutes) before a duly constituted committee of the respective
  • The interview will also consider the following
  • To evaluate the research aptitude of the
  • The candidate possesses the competence for the proposed
  • The research work can be suitably undertaken at the Institution/College.
  • The proposed area of research can contribute to new/additional

14.  Mode of Interview

 

Interview shall be conducted offline at National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed University, Jaipur.

15.  Declaration of Result

The list of selected candidates in the interview shall be displayed at the website of NIA i.e. www.nia.nic.in

16.  General Rules and Regulations

 

Candidates registered for PhD programme under fellowship scheme shall have to abide by the general rules and regulations as laid down by the university and the respective council who is providing the fellowship.

Note: For detailed guidelines of AYUSH PhD Fellowships Scheme (2018) visit the website of respective research councils under ministry of AYUSH. Govt. of India (www.ccras.nic/in/www.siddhacouncil.com/www.ccrum.res.in/www.ccryn.org/www.ccrhind ia.nic.in)

 

  1. Fee Structure

 

Fee structure of PhD Ayurveda Programme is given at Annexure-3

 

18.  Duration of PhD Programme

 

  • As per UGC Regulations 2022, PhD Programme including UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH- NET/CSIR-NET Qualified Candidates and Joint PhD Degree Programme (JDP) (Cotutelle programme)shall be for a minimum duration of three years from the date of admission, including course work and up to a maximum of six
  • Scholar who will be enrolled in NIA has to clear the course work from NIA as per the existing
  • Women candidate and a person with disability (more than 40% disability) may be allowed a relaxation of two years for PhD in the maximum
  • As per UGC Regulations 2022, Extension beyond the above limits will be governed by relevant clauses as stipulated in the statute/ Ordinance of the individual Institution

19.  Scholarship/Stipend

  • Students admitted through entrance test shall receive monthly stipend as per the NIA Rules and GOI
  • Candidates selected from UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET/CCRAS, Fellowship will not be paid any stipend from the institute. They will draw stipend as well as their research budget from the concerned department as per the guidelines issued by the bodies conducting those
  • The stipend will be paid to the registered candidates under fellowship scheme according to terms and conditions laid down under AYUSH PhD Fellowship scheme
  • Research Grant as received from the respective council will be issued to the registered candidate according to the terms and conditions as mentioned in AYUSH PhD Fellowship scheme
  • Central/State Government sponsored or selected candidates will draw their salary from their concerned Central/State Government. National Institute of Ayurveda, will not pay any monthly stipend to such

20.  Progress Report

  • Registered Candidates have to submit the six monthly progress report of the research work to the institute through
  • Registered Candidates through UGC-NET/JRF/SLET/AYUSH-NET/CSIR-NET/CCRAS have to submit the six monthly progress report of the research work to the institute as well as to the respective research council on prescribed

21.    General Information

  • NIA reserves the right not to fill up the vacant seats of PhD programme in case of non-availability of suitable
  • The list of supervisors to guide PhD course in various subjects is given in the

annexure – 2. Admission will be strictly on the basis of availability of guides.

  • The admit card for the entrance examination shall be available at online registration
  • Candidates must bring the coloured or black and white printed copy of admit card to the examination centre with a valid photo identity card for verification (Aadhar card, Driving Licence, PAN Card, Passport, Voter card or Valid Identity Card). Without valid photo identity proof, candidate will not be allowed to enter in the
  • The merit list of unreserved category seats will comprise all the candidates in the order of merit including SC/ST/OBC candidates if they come in the unreserved merit. SC/ST/OBC candidates who figure in the unreserved merit list is entitled to be considered for admission under the unreserved Admission to open category seats will be strictly in order of merit without excluding SC/ST/OBC candidates.
  • The candidates seeking admission under reserved category shall produce the relevant certificates issued from respective competent authority for availing the benefits of
  • The research proposal for PhD programme shall be submitted by the provisionally registered scholars within three months after
  • The candidates who are in service shall submit No Objection Certificate (NOC) from their respective Department/Institution before registering in PhD programme.
  • Please note that permission to appear in the entrance examination is subject to the candidates fulfilling the minimum eligibility requirements prescribed for applying to the concerned programme of study. In case a candidate does not meet the minimum eligibility criteria prescribed for applying to the concerned programme and appears in the entrance examination, it is done at the candidate’s own risk and cost, and if at any stage, it is found that minimum eligibility requirements are not fulfilled, the admission if granted, the same be cancelled ipso

Note: Preference will be given to the candidates applying for Joint PhD Degree Programme (Dual Degree Programme- Cotutelle).

 

 

 

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Annexure-1

 

List of Subjects/Specialities in which PhD Programme will be offered at NIA,DU

 

S.No.

Speciality

Seats

1

Agad Tantra

2

2

Ayurveda Samhita & Siddhanta

2

3

Dravyaguna Vigyan

2

4

Kaumarbhritya

2

5

Kayachikitsa

2

6

Kriya Sharir

2

7

Panchkarma

2

8

Prasuti Tantra &Stree Roga

2

9

Rasa Sastra &Bhaisjya Kalpana

2

10

Roga Nidana&VikritiVigyana

2

11

RachnaSharir

2

12

Shalakya Tantra

2

13

Shalya Tantra

2

14

SwasthaVritta& Yoga

2

Total

28

Annexure-2

  1. List of Supervisors to Guide PhD Course in various Subjects/Specialities at NIA,DU

 

 

S.No.

Supervisors

Speciality

1.

Prof. (Dr.) Anita Sharma, Professor

Agad Tantra

2.

Prof. (Dr.) Sharad Porte, Professor

3.

Prof. Baldev Kumar, Professor

Ayurveda   Samhita   &   Maulik Siddhant

4.

Prof. (Dr.)Nisha Gupta, Professor

5.

Prof. Asit Kumar Panja, Professor

6.

Dr. Shailza Kumari, Associate Professor

7.

Dr. Bhuvnesh Kumar Sharma, Associate Professor

8.

Prof.(Dr.) Aku Rama Murthy, Professor

Dravya Guna

9.

Dr. Sudipta Kumar Rath, Associate Professor

10.

Dr. Sumit Kumar Nathani , Associate Professor

11.

Dr. Krutika Jitendra Joshi, Assistant Professor

12.

Prof. (Dr.) Nisha Kumari Ojha, Professor

Kaumarbhritya

13.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Nagar, Associate Professor

14.

Dr Shri Nidhi Kumar K, Associate Professor

15.

Prof. (Dr.)Ram Kishore Joshi, Professor

Kaya Chikitsa

16.

Prof.(Dr.)Hari Mohan Lal Meena, Professor

17.

Prof. (Dr.)Udai Raj Saroj, Professor

18.

Dr. Ajay Kumar Sahu, Associate Professor

19.

Dr. Pravin Shamrav Sawant, Associate Professor

20.

Dr.    Bharat    Kumar    ChaganBhaiPadhar,    Senior

Assistant Professor

21.

Dr. Rashmi Mutha, Assistant Professor

22.

Prof. (Dr.)Chajju Ram Yadav, Professor

Kriya Sharir

23.

Dr. Gopesh Mangal, Associate Professor

24.

Dr. Sarvesh Kumar Singh, Associate Professor

25.

Dr. KshipraRajoria, Senior Assistant Professor

26.

Prof. (Dr.)Bharti Kumar Mangalam, Professor

Prasuti Tantra evamStree Roga

27.

Prof. (Dr.) BuduruPushpalatha, Professor

28.

Dr. Poonam Choudhary, Assistant Professor

29.

Prof. (Dr.) Anupam Srivastava, Professor

Rasa Shastra Evam Bhaishjya Kalpana

30.

Prof. (Dr.)Sanjay Kumar, Professor

31.

Dr. Moharpal Meena, Associate Professor

32.

Dr. Sakitha KS, Senior Assistant Professor

33.

Dr. Thakur Rakesh Singh, Senior Assistant Professor

34.

Prof. (Dr.)Surendra Kumar Sharma, Professor

Roga     Nidana     Evam             Vikriti Vigyana

35.

Prof. (Dr.)Bal Krishna Sevtakar, Professor

36.

Dr. Preeti Gavali, Senior Assistant Professor

37.

Prof.(Dr.)Sunil Kumar Jaiswal, Professor

Rachana Sharir

38.

Prof. (Dr.)Sunil Kumar Yadav, Professor

39.

Prof. (Dr.)ShamsaFiaz, Professor

Shalakya Tantra

40.

Prof. (Dr.)Gulab Pamnani, Professor

41.

Dr. Prabhakhar Vardhan, Associate Professor

42.

Dr. Aparna Sharma, Associate Professor

43.

Dr. Rajendra Soni, Assistant Professor

44.

Prof. (Dr.) Sanjeev Sharma, Vice Chancellor

Shalya Tantra

45.

Prof. (Dr.) P. Hemantha Kumar, Professor

46.

Prof. (Dr.) Ashok Kumar, Professor

47.

Dr. (Smt.) Bopparathi Swapna, Associate Professor

48.

Dr. Manorma Singh, Senior Assistant Professor

49.

Prof.(Dr.)Durgawati Devi, Professor

Swasthvritta

50.

Dr. Sarvesh Kumar Agrawal, Associate Professor

51.

Dr. Kashinath Samagandi, Associate Professor

Note: Above mentioned list is tentative and is not absolute.

  1. List of Supervisors to Guide PhD Course in various Subjects/Specialities at CSIR Institutes for Dual Degree PhD Programme

 

Sr. N

o.

Area                      of

Collaborative Research for JDP

Sub-areas of Collaborative Research of JDP

Supervisor                 with

designation and e-mail ID

CSIR-

Institut es

1

Cell                Death Biology

Cancer Biology, NAFLD/NASH, Cerebral stroke &Traumatic Brain Injury

Dr. Durga Prasad Mishra, Senior Principal Scientist, Professor (AcSIR);

dpm@cdri.res.in

CSIR- CDRI

2

Pulmonary      and Cardiovascular, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

COPD, Asthma, Cardiomyopathy

Dr. Baisakhi Moharana, Scientist,            Assistant

Professor                                 (AcSIR); b.moharana@cdri.res.i n

CSIR- CDRI

3

Drug       discovery (antibacterials)

Microbiology

Dr.     Sidharth     Chopra, Principal             Scientist,

Associate                             Professor (AcSIR);

skchopra.007@cdri.res. in

CSIR- CDRI

4

Parasitology

Malaria Biology

Dr.        Satish       Mishra, Principal             Scientist,

Associate                             Professor (AcSIR);

satish.mishra@cdri.res.i n

CSIR- CDRI

5

Cradiovascular System Diseases

Hypertension,                                                          Pulmonary Hypertension, Cardiac hypertrophy

Dr          Kashif          Hanif, Principal             Scientist,

Associate                             Professor (AcSIR);

k_hanif@cdri.res.in

CSIR- CDRI

6

Formulation Development and Pharmacokinetics

Drug delivery

Dr.       Manish       Kumar Chourasia,              Senior

Principal             Scientist,

Professor                                 (AcSIR); manish_chourasia@cdri

.res.in

CSIR- CDRI

7

Male & Female Reproductive Health

Infertility &Gynaec Cancers

Dr.     Monika    Sachdev, Principal             Scientist,

Associate                             Professor (AcSIR);

monika@cdri.res.in

CSIR- CDRI

8

Biochemistry and Biophysics

Characterization of natural compounds and                  biomolecules          by                  NMR

spectroscopy, ITC, HPLC, and DSF

Dr. Ashish Arora, Senior Scientist,            Assistant

Professor             (AcSIR);

CSIR- CDRI

ashish_arora@cdri.res.i n

9

Natural Products Chemistry

Phytochemistry

Dr.        Richa                    Pandey, Senior                Scientist,

Assistant                             Professor (AcSIR);

richa.pandey@cdri.res.i n

CSIR- CDRI

10

Neurotherapeuti cs

Neuroprotection

Dr.      Shubha      Shukla, Principal             Scientist,

Associate                             Professor (AcSIR);

shubha_shukla@cdri.re

s.in

CSIR- CDRI

11

Isolation           and structure elucidation         of Natural Products from             indian medicinal plants, endophytic microbes         and marine organisms including synthesis         and bioactivity

testing.

Detailed studies of extracts/ molecules against biological targets for cancer/neurological disorder and Immunomodulator

Dr. Asif Ali, Principal Scientist,           Associate

Professor                                 (AcSIR); asifali@cdri.res.in; asifchem73@gmail.com

CSIR- CDRI

12

Validation     and

Redefining of Ayur foods in alleviation of Anemia

1.   Formulation of foods with ayurvedic herbs                       for     alleviation  of                      anemia

2.  Community based studies

Dr. Jyothi Lakshmi A, Sr. Principal             Scientist, jyothi.lakshmi@cftri.res

.in, Traditional Foods & Applied Nutrition, CSIR

– CFTRI, Mysore

CSIR- CFTRI

13

Ayush Aahaar & Ayurceuticals

1.Phyto profiling of novel Ayurceuticals 2.Safety, pre-clinical & clinical trials of Ayurveda Aahar for immune & live health

Dr. Madan Kumar P, Scientist, madanperumal@cftri.r es.in

Dept. of Biochemistry,

CSIR – CFTRI, Mysore

CSIR- CFTRI

14

Exploirng          the functioal attributes           of traditional Ayurvedic foods

1. To study the nutritional and nutraceutical potential of Ayurveda signified rice varieties sali, sastika and Vrihi and optimize cooking properties for better bioaccessibiltiy of nutrients through various ayur foods ; 2.Kulatha (horse gram) based ayurvedic soup ‘Yusa’ and studies on its hidden

health benefits preparations.

Dr.       Shruti                  Pandey, Principal             Scientist, shruti@cftri.res.in Grain                                  Science Technology,     CSIR             – CFTRI, Mysore

CSIR- CFTRI

15

Food                                Grade Polyherbal formulations and evaluation                               of efficacy      against Life style diseases

Broadly areas of plantation products, spices, herbs and flavours and innovations complementary to Food science Technology and Ayurveda such as

1. Life style issues (LSI), health, nutracueticals,            cognition    etc.

2.      LSI, health and phytobioceuticals, biofortification.

3.          Bioefficacy    and     bioavailability.

4.           Invitro     and      invivo      studies.

5.       Targetted product development. 6.Role of food (plantation products, spices, herbs, flavours), yoga and meditation in health and LSI.

7. Identification and mitigation of toxic elements during the storage of Ayurvedic formulations.

Dr.      B      BBorse,      Sr. Principal                        Scientist, borsebb@cftri.res.in Plantation             Products, Spices                      &Flavour Technology

CSIR – CFTRI, Mysore

 

Dr.     Bettadaiah    B           K, Principal                        Scientist bettadaiah@cftri.res.in Plantation           Products, Spices             &Flavour Technology

CSIR – CFTRI, Mysore

CSIR- CFTRI

16

Fermented Ayur products and Gut health

1.  Gut microbiota modulation studies in existing          ayurvedic     products

2.  Microflora and health benefit studies of fermented ayurvedic products, &

3.     Health benefits of phytochemicals and bioactive from ayurvedic products available commercially.

Dr. PrakshHalami, Chief Scientist prakashalami@cftri.res. in,     Microbiology    and Fermentation Technology,      CSIR           – CFTRI,

Dr. Praveena B Mudliar, Principal                                           Scientist praveena@cftri.res.in, Microbiology              and Fermentation Technology,      CSIR                               – CFTRI

Dr Mahejibin Khan, Sr. Scientist mahejibin@cftri.res.in, Microbiology              and Fermentation Technology,      CSIR                               –

CFTRI,

CSIR- CFTRI

17

Scientific validation                                of traditional claims/leads using                    Reverse Pharmacology Approach under AYUSH

guidelines.

v Development of standardized herbal formulations, based on Ayurveda [proprietary Ayurvedic formulations] (mono or polyherbal) using traditional claims.

v Pre-clinical [efficacy and safety study on            small            animal                           model]. v Standardization of Medicinal plant or plant based Formulations based on Ayurveda,    Siddha,    Unani     against. Ø                          Diabetes

Ø                                                            Arthritis

Ø Gut inflammation [Ulcerative Colitis] Ø               Allergy              &                  Asthma Ø                           Pyrexia                                   [Javar],

Ø Hepatoprotective.

Dr. Daya Nandan Mani Professor, dn.mani@cimap.res.in, 0522-2718587

cell-No: 9415251464

CSIR- CIMAP

18

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Inflammation-linked diseases using in- vitro and in-vivo pharmacology on the following                                                              diseases

Ø   Immuno-Pathogenesis   of   Malaria Ø Sepsis; A systemic inflammatory response

Ø                    Skin                     Inflammation

Ø                    Liver                    Inflammation

Ø                    Lung                       Inflammation Ø Pain, Fever, and Inflammation Management

Ø                  Rheumatoid                 Arthritis

Ø Low-grade inflammation induced Insulin Resistance in mice

Dr.               Dnyaneshwar

Umrao                         Bawankule, Professor (AcSIR), du. bawankule @cimap.res.in,      0522-

2718646                 (Office)

+91-9415329719

(Mobile)

CSIR- CIMAP

19

Biological Sciences; Medicinal      Plant Biotechnology; Ayurveda Omics

(I) Biotechnology with focus on alkaloid-producing plants; (II) Modern science-based evaluation of selected Ayurvedic medicinal plants for antidiabetic,                                          hepatoprotective, antiallergic, and IBD-managing potential; (III)* Exploration of the molecular basis for dosha-balancing property-based classification of plants

in Ayurveda.

Dr. Ashutosh K. Shukla, Associate Professor, ashutoshshukla@cimap

.res.in; ashupov@yahoo.com, 91-522-2718553                                     (Off);

91-9450932113 (Cell)

CSIR- CIMAP

20

Immunity        and Infectious Diseases

In-vivo studies related to prospecting Medicinal and Aromatic Plants for Gut Immunity, Malaria, Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella

Dr.          Anirban          Pal Professor, a.pal@cimap.res.in, drapaul@gmail.com,

+91 522 2718644, +91

9415011404

CSIR- CIMAP

21

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Cardiovascular       Pharmacology       and safety evaluation

Dr Debabrata Chanda, Associate Professor d.chanda@cimap.res.in

,                 0522-2718643,

9919873638

CSIR- CIMAP

22

Analytical Chemistry           of Aromatic

and        Medicinal Plants

 

Natural     Product Chemistry

Separation of natural product compounds               using                                      various chromatographic techniques including gas chromatography (GC), gas chromatography – mass spectrometry (GC-MS), high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) are the research works being carried out in the lab. Our lab also works on the evaluation of quality parameters for essential oils and medicinal plant extracts.                    Development of methods/methodologies                      for separation, identification and quantification of secondary metabolites from plants using various analytical techniques are also carried out by our

lab.

Dr. V S Pragadheesh Assistant Professor (Chemical Sciences), vspragadheesh@cimap. res.in, Mobile : 994558650

CSIR- CIMAP

23

Natural Products Chemistry

1.         Isolation, characterization and bioactivity of natural products

2.    Chemical and catalytic modification of natural products for enhancing bioactivities

Dr.      Prasanta                  Kumar Rout,                      Associate Professor, pk.rout@cimap.res.in, 0522-2718662 (Office)

9598683304 (mobile)

CSIR- CIMAP

24

•   Standardization and QA/QC of herbs and Herbo- mineral products

•   Phytochemistry

•                    Analytical Chemistry

v Phytochemical investigations of the Indian Medicinal plants used in AYUSH v                             Validated              chromatographic development for the standardization of raw hers and derived products

 

v Marker based shelf-life assessment of plant based products

Dr.       Karun       Shanker Professor, k.shanker@cimap.res.in 0522-2718580, Cell-No:

9415329718

CSIR- CIMAP

25

Phytochemistry

Natural Product Chemistry, especially on       aromatic plants

Dr. R.C. Padalia, Associate Professor rc.padalia@cimap.res.i

n, 9917472497

CSIR- CIMAP

26

Microbiology,

Anti-infective: Prospecting plants, phytomolecules for antimicrobial properties

Dr.     D.     Saikia,     Chief Sci.,Professor d.saikia@cimap.res.in,

0522-2718650

CSIR- CIMAP

27

Integrative Genomics           of Host-Pathogen

Infectious Disease, Clinical Genomics, Pathogen genome, Host response

Dr. Rajesh Pandey, Principal Scientist, CSIR- IGIB,

rajesh.p@igib.res.in, https://www.igib.res.in

/?q=RajeshPandey

CSIR- IGIB

28

Machine Learning                          and Artificial Intelligence       on Big     Data     from Biological

Domain

Genotype-Phenotype                                                         Association Analysis, Genome Informatics

Dr.                   Kumardeep Chaudhary,            Senior Scientist,          CSIR-IGIB, kumardeep@igib.in, https://www.igib.res.in

/?q=Kumardeep

CSIR- IGIB

29

Machine Learning                            and Artificial Intelligence

Physiological Understanding of bio- signal data, NAFLD/Lung Diseases and Immunology

Dr. Viren Sardana, Principal Scientist, CSIR- IGIB,

viren.sardana@igib.in, https://www.igib.res.in

/?q=VirenSardana

CSIR- IGIB

30

Ayurgenomics

physiological and genomic corelates of Dosha and prakriti ; Mechanistic understanding           of                                           therapeutic interventions of Ayurveda through Ayurgenomics approach; Application of prakriti and vikriti in disease stratification               for                                                  precision interventions_                                                  cardiometabolic

disorders

Dr. Bhavana Prasher, Senior                  Principal

Scientist,          CSIR-IGIB, bhavana.p@igib.res.in, https://www.igib.res.in

/?q=bhavnaprasher

CSIR- IGIB

31

Scientific Validation           of Plant Traditional Knowledge

1.   Plant Traditional Knowledge Derived Discovery of Lead Anti-malarial Agents

2.      Scientific Understanding of Anti- microbial Formulations used in Traditional     System     of     Medicines

3.         Phytochemical   Investigation    of

Himalayan Medicinal Plants used for Immunomodulation in Ayurveda

Name: Dr. Upendra Sharma

Designations (CSIR and AcSIR): Senior Scientist & Asst.   Professor Email                                          ID:

upendra@ihbt.res.in

CSIR- IHBT

32

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

1.    Standardization and quality control of  Ayurvedic      drugs

2.                       Pharmacognostical               and phytochemical investigations of medicinal                                                plants

3.         Formulation development and standardizations as per AYUSH

Name: Dr. Dinesh Kumar

Designations (CSIR and AcSIR): Senior Scientist & Asst.   Professor Email                                          ID:

dineshkumar@ihbt.res.i

n

CSIR- IHBT

33

Computational Structural Bioinformatics

1.   Exploration of Himalayan bio-active leads                  against                  MDR-TB.

2.    Identification of natural molecules for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus.

3.         Mechanistic insight into the synergistic effect of plant extract given

for curing diseases.

Name: Dr. Rituraj Purohit

Designations (CSIR and AcSIR):                Principal Scientist & Associate Professor

Email                                ID:

rituraj@ihbt.res.in

CSIR- IHBT

34

Medicinal      plant biotechnology and tissue culture

1.             Hydroponic and aeroponic cultivation of medicinal plants for metabolite enriched quality plant biomass production for the preparation of herbal formu+A9:D9lations

2.          Ayurvedic herbal formulation development from hydroponically grown                                                      plants

3.        Quality assessment of herbal formulations          developed         from hydroponically    cultivated    medicinal

herbs

Name: Dr. Ashish R. Warghat

Designations (CSIR and AcSIR): Senior Scientist & Asst.   Professor Email                                          ID:

ashishwarghat@ihbt.re s.in

CSIR- IHBT

35

Skeletal            and Respiratory Biology

1.      Efficacy evaluation of polyherbal formulation on a preclinical model of osteoarthritis.

2.      Studies for unraveling molecular mechanisms involved in the mitigation of   allergen-induced       asthma.

3.    Therapeutic potential of polyherbal formulation     on     bleomycin-induced

pulmonary fibrosis.

Name: Dr. Narendra Vijay                       Tirpude Designations (CSIR and AcSIR): Senior Scientist & Asst.   Professor Email                                          ID:

narendra@ihbt.res.in

CSIR- IHBT

36

Diabetes          and metabolic diseases, immunity dysfunction    and inflammation

To be discussed and decide later after due deliberations

Dr. Y. S. Padwad, Designations (CSIR and AcSIR):                Principal Scientist & Asst. Professor

Email                                ID:

yogendra@ihbt.res.in

CSIR- IHBT

37

microbiology

drug resistance in microbes

Dr. Suchi Srivastava Principal Scientist, CSIR- National             Botanical

Research             Institue, Lucknow,

S.srivastava@nbri.res.in

CSIR- NBRI

38

Herbal Drug

Pharmacognosy                                       and

Ethnopharmacology

Dr.       Sanjeev      Kumar Ojha, MD (Ayurveda) Senior                               Principal Scientist,E-mail: dr.sanjeevojha@nbri.re

s.in

CSIR- NBRI

drsanjeevojha@yahoo. co.in

39

Pharnacognosy and Phytochemistry

Monographic studies of ayurveda drugs; Shodhana process; Adulterants and              substitutes;                      Rasanaya; Pharmacopoeial standardizations

Dr. Sharad Sruvasrtava, Sr. Principal Scientist and                              Head

Pharmacognosy Division,                   Email: sharad@nbri.res.in

CSIR- NBRI

40

Medicinal        and Aromatic plant

Abiotic      stess-     salt,     drought                    and moisture (Soil Science)

Dr.         Lal         Bahadur,

Principal             Scientits, lb.yadav@nbri.res.in

CSIR- NBRI

41

Biological Sciences

Botany/Ethnomedicine

Dr Bikarma Singh, Senior                 Scientist, drbikarma.singh@nbri.r

es.in

CSIR- NBRI

42

Pharmacology

Invivo safety and efficacy studies

Dr Ch V Rao, Chief Scientist,                   Head Pharmacology Division CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow

chvrao72@nbri.res.in

CSIR- NBRI

43

Noanobiotechnol ogy Microbiology and                   drug

developmet

Dr B N Singh, Principal Scientist brahmasingh99@gmail.

com

CSIR- NBRI

44

Phytopharmaceu ticals                  and

nutraceuticals

Plants and Microorganisms

Thulasiram H V, Chief

Scientist,          CSIR-NCL, Pune 411008

CSIR- NCL

45

Microbiology, Mycotoxins

Microbial Quality of Herbal products

and        drugs        and        Process                for decontamination

Dr.V.Koteswara       Rao; v.koteswara@ncl.res.in

CSIR- NCL

46

Chemical characterization of Prakriti (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) by                    using

proteomics     and metabolomics

approaches

Proteomics and Metabolomics

Dr. Mahesh Kulkarni, Senior                  Principal

Scientist, CSIR-NCL, Pune                       E-Mail: mj.kulkarni@ncl.res.in

CSIR- NCL

47

Area: Phytochemistry of            medicinal plants

Bioactivity-guided Isolation and characterization of biologically active metabolites from natural origins Expertise in isolation and characetrisation             of                                             complex phytomolecules Scientific validation of

herbal formulations, Development of

Dr. KV Radhakrishnan, Sr     Principal     Scientist Email:radhu@niist.res.i n ,Mobile: 9446555258

CSIR- NIIST

protocols for scientific validation, and other related aspects in Dravyaguna

48

Area : AYUSH Drugs                and Phytopharmaceu ticals

Bioactivity-guided         Isolation         and characterization of biologically active metabolites          from natural       origins Development        of        New        Herbal Formulations/Nutraceuticals Development      of       new      analytical methods     for               herbal  drugs                              and validation of methods Research focus: Diabetes mellitus, Rheumatoid arthritis, Reproductive health, and Alzheimer’s

disease.

Dr. A. Kumaran, Principal Scientist CSTD, CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram akumaran@niist.res.in, 8714510546

CSIR- NIIST

49

Area-Biochemical validation            of AYUSH DRUGS

Biomarker level validation in in vitro and in vivo conditions against inflammation, cancer and maintenance of gut health and intestinal microflora.

Dr. Priya S, Principal Scientist

APTD,              CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram priyasulu@niist.res.in, 8606135606

CSIR- NIIST

50

Area               :Food Science Formulation of P & P Products and physicho chemical characterization

(1)    Modernization of process for the preparation of classical products and process              efficacy        evaluation

(2)         Phytochemical    characterization

(3)     Byproduct valorisation: Recovery and application of bioactives and biopolymers

Dr. P Nisha, Principal Scientist

APTD,              CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram, pnisha@niist.res.in, 9846777133

CSIR- NIIST

51

Area: Phytochemistry and Phytopharmaceu ticals

Bioactivity guided isolation and identification of medicinally significant metabolites from natural origins Development of New Herbal Formulations/Nutraceuticals

Research focus: Metabolic disorders, inflammation and Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Sasidhar B S Principal                               Scientist CSTD,               CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram drsasidharbs@niist.res.i n

Mobile:        9497260897

CSIR- NIIST

52

Area: Targeted Drug Delivery System                   /

Nanomedicine

Development             of                                               Synergetic combination            of            drugs            / phytomolecules; Drug loading and release profile; in vitro screening in the area of cancer and neurodegenerative

disorder, e.g. Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr.     Kaustabh     Kumar Maiti

Sr     Principal     Scientist CSTD,                CSIR-NIIST

kkmaiti@niist.res.in

CSIR- NIIST

53

Area                        :

Modernizing ayurvedic       drug manufacturing

Standardisation of fermentation processes in the manufacturing of Arishtas and Asavas including development of standard inocula Development of quality control parameters based on detection of molecule(s) for monitoring the manufacture of Arishtas and Asavas

Dr Rajeev K Sukumaran Sr. Principal Scientist MPTD,             CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram rajeevs@niist.res.in 9446482557

CSIR- NIIST

54

Area                        :

Phytochemistry of            medicinal plants                    &

Microbial natural products

Expertise in isolation and characetrisation             of                                             complex phytomolecules and microbial natural products, especially the fermentation products in arishta, asavaetc

Dr.        Ravishankar        L

,Principal             Scientist CSTD,               CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram ravishankar@niist.res.i n ,Mobile: 9037386623

CSIR- NIIST

55

Area       :                 Food Science

Food products & nutraceuticals based on                    classical                         ayurveda Protocol development for validation of classical ayurveda products and P& P products in herbal sector

Dr. Reshma MV, Principal              Scientist APTD,              CSIR-NIIST,

Thiruvananthapuram mvreshma@niist.res.in, 9496100937

CSIR- NIIST

56

Development of fermented ayurvedic formulation(s); Development of novel

biocompatible delivery systems for ayurvedic treatment

Dr.         Anirban         Roy Choudhury

CSIR- IMTEC H

57

Data analysis specifically dealing with NGS and evaluation of small molecules including peptides for new drug

discovery or drug repurposing

Dr. Anshu Bhardwaj

CSIR- IMTEC H

58

In silico screening of ayush libraries on low resolution and low confidence

models from SAXS and ED.

Dr. Ashish

CSIR- IMTEC

H

59

Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Molecular modeling and Simulations

Dr. Balvinder Singh

CSIR- IMTEC

H

60

Infectious Diseases more specifically pathogenesis of Tuberculosis.

Dr. Charu Sharma

CSIR- IMTEC

H

61

Antimicrobial                                Resistance

(AMR); Bacterial                             signaling mechanisms; ONE health; Microbiome

Dr. G. Rajamohan

CSIR- IMTEC

H

62

Antimicrobial resistance and its management                  by                  drug/ antibiotic/inhibitor discovery from phytochemicals                                            of

medicinal plants as well as unexplored plants                             for                     infectious                     disease

indications.

Dr.            Hemraj           S. Nandanwar

CSIR- IMTEC H

63

Protein         biochemistry;        Structural Biology; Enzymology.

Dr.                        Karthikeyan Subramanian

CSIR- IMTEC

H

64

Plant/microbe        based                                     bioactives, nutraceuticals,and development of new

methods for their production.

Dr. M. S. Bhattacharyya

CSIR- IMTEC

H

65

Pharmacological and toxicological studies of ayurvedic products. Safety and efficacy studies/scientific validation of value of ayurvedic

products in preclinical research.

Dr. Neeraj Khatri

CSIR- IMTEC H

66

Probiotics and Antimicrobials

Dr. P. Anil Kumar

CSIR- IMTEC

H

67

Naturopathy with specific area of using ginger compounds as remedy for Chronic Kidney disease (CKD) and the

identification of active ingredients from beet root for lowering blood pressure.

Dr. Raman Parkesh

CSIR- IMTEC H

68

Microbiology and Microbial ecology

Dr. S. Krishnamurthi

CSIR- IMTEC

H

69

Microbial diversity and antimicrobial peptides,

Dr. Suresh Korpole

CSIR- IMTEC

H

70

Exploitation of plant-based pigments for Biotherapeutic applications.

Dr. V. Venkata Ramana

CSIR- IMTEC

H

71

Nanotechnology/immunodiagnostics

/Biosensors

Dr. Vijayender Bhalla

CSIR- IMTEC

H

 

 

Annexure-3

 

Fee Structure for PhD (Ay.) Ayurveda Vidyavaridhi, Session 2024-25

 

 

 

S.No.

Particulars of Fee

1st Year Fee

2nd Year Fee

3rd Year Fee

Total

1

Fee(Non Refundable)

75,750.00

62,500.00

62,500.00

2,00,750.00

2

Caution             Money (Refundable)

25,000.00

25,000.00

3

Total

1,00,750.00

62,500.00

62,500.00

2,25,750.00

4

Hostel Fee

27,500.00

27,500.00

27,500.00

82,500.00

5

Total

1,28,250.00

90,000.00

90,000.00

3,08,250.00

Note: Fee once deposited will not be refunded except the refundable amount.

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