Samsung India launched the Fellowship Award as part of its Samsung Innovation Campus citizenship program to promote research and enable young people to use technology for social welfare.
Eligible for the scholarship are engineering students in the last year who are pursuing BTech, dual studies (BTech + MTech) and MTech / MS (research) and are working on a project that promotes software or hardware products. Samsung offers undergraduate students 6,000 rupees per month and 25,000 rupees per month for graduate students.
“The Samsung R&D Institute India, Delhi is working to increase research and innovation among the students at IIT, especially among students from weaker sections of society. Deokho Kim, Managing Director, Samsung Research and Development Institute, Delhi, said, “We plan to expand this fellowship to other IITs in the coming years.
130 previously awarded scholarships have been awarded to undergraduate and postgraduate students in a variety of engineering fields, including chemistry, mechanical engineering, biotechnology, electroplating, ocean, CSE, engineering, civil engineering, metallurgy, materials, and aerospace.
The Samsung Innovation Campus is the company’s Global Citizenship program that aims to qualify students in cutting edge technologies such as IoT, pervasive computing, data science, machine learning, AR / VR and more. Samsung currently has nine innovation campuses – IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati, IIT Jodhpur NSUT and Delhi Technological University (DTU).