Overseas studies are prized by using Indian college students and their dad and mom. The variety of Indian students on campuses abroad have extended over the last few years, even though many aspiring students fail to make the cut or fund their studies overseas. A rare success has come calling Sandra Santosh, a 2d-yr undergraduate Physics scholar on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. She has now secured a foreign fellowship and an opportunity to examine in Italy.

Sandra may be quickly doing a three-month summer time internship at the Material Science Lab of the prestigious Italian National Research Council (CNR) in Trieste.

She executed this enviable breakthrough after a summer internship under IISc’s Physics professor, Dr. PS Anilkumar, ultimate 12 months.

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He had counseled Sandra to use for opportunities overseas.

While exploring academic opportunities overseas, Sandra realised possibilities had been frequently for postgraduate research. However, she implemented to numerous institutes along with her bio-information, detailing last year’s internship.

Professor Piero Torelli of CNR-IOM called and organized a video interview, following which she acquired the call to enroll in the Lab. But the Malayali student was concerned over the prices. But Torelli himself suggested a way out – practice to The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).

Project information made an effect,, and soon, the undergraduate received a fellowship. She will get hold of 3900 Euros (Rs three lakh) for three months. Travel and lodging will be sorted.

ICTP is employer-funded with the aid of UNESCO, the International Atomic Energy Agency, and the Italian Government in memory of Pakistani Nobel laureate Abdus Salam.

Sandra is Santosh Pious and Manjula Albert of Greeshmam, from Kera Nagar, Kavanad, Kollam.