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    Master's Research

    Students of the various programmes are initiated into a process of research from the second semester onwards. In the vacation between the second and third semesters, students are attached to organizations outside TERI as interns. The work they carry out there is guided by faculty members.

    In the fourth semester students are assigned to major projects at various industries and other organizations in areas relevant to the subjects they have studied in the first three semesters. This project is guided by a faculty member from the University as well as by an executive from the organization where the project is being carried out. Both activities, summer internships and major project, carry credits and are assessed and graded.


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    Total number of Master's Research : 1401

     

    • Assets and inter-temporal wellbeing- a micro-econometric analysis of mobility and its determinants in India (2004-5 to 2011-12)
      Student Name : Ms Mrignyani Sehgal
      Guide : Dr Nandan Nawn
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : TERI University
      Abstract

    • Climate uncertainties and adaptation techniques in agriculture: evidence from Indian semi-arid tropics
      Student Name : Ms Neeharika
      Guide : Dr Nirupam Datta
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : TERI University
      Abstract

    • Cloning and analysis of selected candidate genes in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) plant
      Student Name : Ms Ankita Raj
      Guide : Dr Chaithanya Madhurantakam
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Dr Aashish Ranjan
      Abstract

    • Cloning and characterization of a maize Auxin Response Factor (ARF) for potential role in plant development
      Student Name : Ms Ishita Bajaj
      Guide : Dr Anandita Singh
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Dr Ananda K. Sarkar
      Abstract

    • Cloning and characterization of dehydration stress responsive proteins in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).
      Student Name : Ms Divya Jain
      Guide : Dr Sonika Gupta
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Dr Niranjan Chakraborty
      Abstract

     

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