Pakistan International Human Rights Organization undergraduate Scholarships program
Applicant / Student must be enrolled in any Undergraduate Program
Student studying in University/College must be registered with the Higher Education Commission
Student must have Computerized CNIC/Form B
Domicile: Punjab / Khyber PakhtunKhwa/ Gilgit Baltistan / FATA
Application form must be submitted to Open Testing Service (OTS), before 20/04/2014. OTS will conduct test for the said project.
Region Wise Award Division:
Khyber PakhtunKhwa: 30%
Gilgit Baltistan: 10%
Final awardees of the undergraduate scholarship program will be entitled for the following benefits.
PIHRO will provide financial assistance to the selected candidates maximum up to Rs 60000/- annually which includes:
1. Living Allowance: RS 4000 Per Month
2. Book Allowance: RS 4000 /Once
3. Traveling Allowance: RS 4000/ Once
4. Thesis Allowance: RS 4000/ Once
IPNI is a global organization, IPNI Scholar Award Program for Graduate Students.
Awards of US$2,000 each will be conferred to deserving graduate students in sciences relevant to plant nutrition and management of crop nutrients.
The Award will be made directly to the student. No specific duties will be required of the recipient.
The Award will be granted independent of any assistantship, scholarship, or other award that the student presently holds.
Graduate students attending a degree-granting institution located in any country with an IPNI program are eligible.
Candidates for either the M.S. or Ph.D. degrees, who are enrolled in a program of graduate study as of the application deadline, are eligible. Applicants who have already completed their degrees are ineligible. In the case of Ph.D. candidates, preference will be given to students who have a minimum of one year remaining before completion of their studies.
Priority will be given to the relevance of the proposed research in support of IPNI’s mission. Students in the disciplines of soil and plant sciences including agronomy, horticulture, ecology, soil fertility, soil chemistry, crop physiology, and other areas related to plant nutrition are encouraged to apply.
Winners are not eligible for reappointment; the awards are for one time only.
(NOTE: Students in Africa – If your university is not located in a region with an IPNI program but your research is being done with research institutions in Africa—including the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), and National Agricultural Research Systems—you are eligible to apply. Your research work should be in Africa and at least one of your main supervisors should be based in Africa.)
In order to complete the application process, you will need the following:
1. Electronic copy of transcripts of all college work, including cumulative and final grade average records (GPA or percentage).
2. Electronic copy of three letters of support, one of which should be from the major professor. Letters must be signed and written on official letterhead, and must include the phone number and e-mail address of the letter writer.
3. A description of the focus of your thesis or dissertation research presented in a manner that will permit evaluation of its originality, depth, and scope, innovative approaches, and relevance to IPNI’s mission.
4. You will be asked to briefly describe any honors or awards you have received, employment, career goals, and other activities you pursue.
Note: You will be required to upload the electronic copy of the transcripts and support letters during the on-line application process. You should have an electronic copy of these documents prepared in advance. Further instructions are provided at the website.
The mission of IPNI is to develop and promote scientific information about the responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family.
IPNI is a global organization with initiatives addressing the world’s growing need for food, fuel, fiber and feed. There is widespread concern for issues such as climate change and relationship of crop production to the environment and ecosystems, and IPNI programs are achieving positive results. Best management practices (BMPs) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product (source), at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place.