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Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology selects more girls to work on atomic projects

Education NewsAs many as 37 girls and 32 boys that make a total of 69 have been selected for different project works at the RRCAT. Each of these students has to carry out the project individually under the guidance of a scientist/ engineer of RRCAT for six months. The RRCAT can enhance the training period till one year, if it feels the need for the same.

The RRCAT offers opportunities to the students pursuing degree in science and engineering from recognised institutions in the country for carrying out project work towards partial fulfilment of their degree. Presently projects are offered to students pursuing the following degrees MPhil, MSc, ME and MTech. The centre conducts two batches in a year, one in summer and another in winter.

Of the total 69 students selected for winter batch, 31 students are from Madhya Pradesh, eight each from Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu, four from Kerala and rest from other parts of the country.

Of the 31 students from MP, 13 are from Jabalpur, 10 from Indore, six Bhopal and one each from Sagar and Ujjain. All the 13 students picked up from Jabalpur are from Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Sciences. The winter batch will commence from December 19 and conclude on

Source: The Times of India

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