A delegation headed by IITD Director, Professor Ramgopal Rao is visiting a number of university hubs in US in the second half of June for an informational session and discuss IITD's future growth plans with the intention of boosting our faculty recruitment with strong candidates. Could you please circulate this email to the alumni/potential faculty candidates who are in universities in the US or anyone else you think could spread the word about the visit of IIT team for faculty recruitment.
The Indian Chapter is part of the MCAA and encourages local networking, recruits and attracts new members to the Association, and generally enhances the image of the MCAA within the pan-Indian region.
Membership of the Indian Chapter is open to all MCAA members of Indian nationality, or who are currently residing in India. Membership of the Chapter is of course free!
We aim to promote and support the interests of Marie Curie Fellows and Alumni in India. Please join us in these efforts!
Dr. Kiran Kumar Chereddy, Dr. Amit Zodge, Dr. Shikhar Agrawal, Ms. Arthi Kizhedath, Dr. Surendra Yadav, Dr. Roy Someshwar and Dr. Praveen Kumar
We would love to hear from you, shout out loud at firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling Relevant Stakeholders and Third-parties for joining efforts in promoting EU Research in India:
Are you working in promoting EU Research in India or anyhow connected with MSCA Programs? Let’s join our efforts and work together. Drop us an e-mail with the subject: Collaboration with MCAA Indian Chapter
OUR FORESEEN ACTIVITIES
- Best Scientific Photography Contest - Members will be invited to submit original and meaningful scientific photographs.
- MSCA Fellow of the Month - Similar to the MSCA Facebook Page, we aim to publish a couple of small stories quarterly highlighting the success story of an Indian MSCA Fellow.
- Tracking the footsteps of Indian MSCA Fellows - A Survey Project: The survey will try to find answers to the questions like what happens to Indian MSCA Fellows after five years? Do they return back to India? Do they stay in Europe? Or do they end up in USA?