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PU professor awarded prestigious NASI fellowship

Professor Gurmeet Kaur teaches at the Centre for Advanced Study in Mathematics, PU.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: October 23, 2015 5:33:08 am

PANJAB UNIVERSITY Professor Gurmeet Kaur Bakshi has been elected as a fellow of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI).

Kaur teaches at the Centre for Advanced Study in Mathematics, PU. She ha0s made significant contribution to group rings and algebraic coding theory.

PU Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover, former PU V-C R P Bambah, former PU V-C K N Pathak, former PU V-C and Vice-Chancellor of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, R C Sobti, former Dean University Instructions and Vice-Chancellor of Central University of Punjab, R K Kohli, PU DUI A K Bhandari, PU Fellow, Emeritus Professor and INSA Honorary Scientist Prof D V S Jain, Prof Inder Bir Singh Passi, Professor Madhu Raka, Prof Dip Singh Gill, Professor Suraj Prakash Narula, and Professor Surinder Pal Khullar are some of the noted NASI fellows from PU. In all, the university has about 20 fellows at the National Academy of Sciences.

Indian scientists and overseas citizens of India, distinguished NRIs having Indian citizenship, who have outstanding research work to their credit carried out either singly or jointly, are nominated and considered for the fellowship of the academy.

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