02 December 2019
Total amount granted: 14 000 000 SEK
Indo-Swedish joint network grant
The Swedish Research Council and the Department of Science and Technology in India has decided on applications to be awarded grants within Indo-Swedish joint network grant. In 2019, the call for applications was a collaboration between this two funding bodies. The Swedish portion of the grant amount was SEK 14 million over the total grant period (2020–2021).
Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.
Number of applications
Number of approved grants
What happens next?
Within a couple of days, the decision and statement will be available in your personal account in Prisma. A message is shown in the Tasks module on Prisma’s starting page. You can find your statement in the tab Applications and grants. Please select the page Applications in the left-hand menu. To read the statement, please go to the list in the middle section of the page and click on the arrow to the right of the Event log button. Your research colleagues may receive their decisions and statements before you receive yours, or vice versa.
Research project applications within medicine and health are reviewed by a number of researchers on the review panel ahead of the meeting where the members reach a joint assessment of the applications. The applications receiving the lowest grades are screened out, and are not discussed in detail by the panel. These statements therefore only include a summary grade.
If your application has been approved, a document describing the conditions for the grant, “Approval of Conditions”, is also published in your personal Prisma account. It may take up to three weeks before the document is published in Prisma. You and the head of department/corresponding must sign this as soon as possible, but no later than within 90 days.
The review process is described under “How your application is assessed” in the call text. A link to the call is available in the right hand column of this page.
The applications have been evaluated by the Swedish Research Council and Department of Science and Technology, India, separately. After this process 20 projects have been mutually selected. The evaluations sent out reflects the Swedish evaluation
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