Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy, the top scorer, secured 341 marks in PCM and has opted for Computer Science at IIT Bombay. Ramesh Surya Theja, who secured the second rank, has also chosen Computer Science at IIT Hyderabad. Rishi Kalra, who secured the third rank, has opted for Mechanical Engineering at IIT Roorkee.
|Rank||Name||PCM Marks||IIT and Branch Preference|
|1||Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy||341||IIT Bombay, Computer Science|
|2||Ramesh Surya Theja||338||IIT Hyderabad, Computer Science|
|3||Rishi Kalra||337||IIT Roorkee, Mechanical Engineering|
|4||Raghav Goyal||336||IIT Roorkee, Electrical Engineering|
|5||Addagada Venkata Sivaram||335||IIT Hyderabad, Computer Science|
|6||Prabhav Khandelwal||334||IIT Delhi, Computer Science|
|7||Bikkina Abhinav Chowdary||333||IIT Hyderabad, Computer Science|
|8||Malay Kedia||332||IIT Delhi, Computer Science|
|9||Nagireddy Balaaaji Reddy||331||IIT Hyderabad, Computer Science|
|10||Yakkanti Pani Venkata Maneendhar Reddy||330||IIT Hyderabad, Computer Science|
The total scholarship award is US $45,000, and each student will receive a stipend of up to US $4,500. The scholarships will cover the cost of travel, accommodation, and research expenses.
The students will be pursuing research in a variety of fields, including materials science, computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. The scholarships will give them the opportunity to work with leading researchers in their fields and gain valuable experience.
The GKF Scholarship is a great opportunity for IIT Kharagpur students to pursue their research interests and gain international exposure. I congratulate the 10 students who have been awarded scholarships, and I wish them all the best in their research internships.
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