Int  J  Int Sci. Inn. Tech
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF INTEGRATIVE SCIENCES, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY (IJIIT)
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A Peer Review E-3 Journal of Science Innovation 
and Technology
Section A – Basic Sciences
Section B – Applied and Technological Sciences
Section C – Allied Sciences and Management
INTERNATIONALLY INDEXED AND ABSTRACTED JOURNAL

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERGRATIVE SCIENCES, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

           ISSN 2278 - 1145 

Awards

Fellowships

Best Research Paper Award

Screening committee selects in the submitted manuscripts, if any paper deserves and screening committee approve the research paper, then society provides the certificate of The Best Research Paper Award to concerned scientist/author.


Young Scientist award

The Young Scientist Award program was created by society’s commitment to global science innovations. Association has created the competition in conjunction with plant science, animal science, health science, biotechnology, engineering, allied-sciences, social sciences, management disciplines at various universities in order to promote research and talent development. Scientist from plant science, animal science, health science, biotechnology, engineering, allied-sciences, social sciences, management disciplines or any other related disciplines mentioned above can submit their C.V. for the young Scientist award. Young scientist must have the age below 35 years, and he/she will submit their C.V. and all the credentials to the Association. After receiving, it will pass through the screening committee in first phase, and in final phase it will pass through Young Scientist Award committee


Best Scientist award

The Best Scientist Award program was created by Association’s commitment to global science innovations. Scientists belonging to plant science, animal science, health science, biotechnology, engineering, allied-sciences, social sciences, management disciplines or any other related disciplines mentioned above can submit their C.V. for the Best Scientist award. Best scientist must have the age above 35 years and below 50 years. He/she will submit their C.V. with all the credentials to the Association. After receiving, it will pass through the screening committee in first phase, and in final phase it will pass through Best Scientist Award committee.


Life Time Achievement award

The Association of Global Science Innovations has established the Lifetime Achievement Award to recognize those who have achieved academic excellence in their field of study/ Research and to honor those who have made significant contributions to the field of plant science, animal science, health science, biotechnology, engineering, allied-sciences, social sciences, management disciplines or any other related disciplines and/or in the development of novel technologies that have advanced in science, innovation and technology. Nominee must have made a significant contribution to the development and/or understanding of in the field of plant science, animal science, health science, biotechnology, engineering, allied-sciences, social sciences, management disciplines or any other related disciplines that historically has and will continue to distinguish their scientific work. Nominating letter must include: supporting letters from members of the scientific community who qualify the importance of the nominee's contribution.


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Fellowship Types 

FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations (FAGSI)
INTERNATIONAL FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations (IFAGSI)
HONORARY FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations (HFAGSI)

Fellowship Details 

FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations

Fellows shall have all the rights and privileges of membership, to hold office and serve on any committee of the Society excluding the right to vote.

To qualify as a Fellow, an applicant shall.
 Submit letters of recommendation from two (2)Fellows familiar with the applicant;
 have served a minimum of two (2) years as a member of the society;
 have specialized in their field for at least two (2) years immediately preceding application for Fellowship. 
 meet such other criteria as the Executive Council shall establish and publish;

A Scientist who does not meet the criteria set forth above may be nominated and elected to Fellowship by the unanimous affirmative vote of the Executive Council if such scientist has made exceptional contributions to the advancement in the field of science, innovation and technology.

Example: Dr Surya Krishnan M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., FAGSI

INTERNATIONAL FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations

International fellows have all the rights and privileges of membership, excluding the right to vote at the Annual Business Meeting and to hold office. International Fellows may serve on any committee of the Association. 

To qualify as an International Fellow, an applicant shall …
 Meet all the criteria for Members as attested to by letters of recommendation from two (2) Fellows familiar with 
the applicant. These letters must attest that at     least 50% of the applicant’s research activity is devoted to the practice of Science, innovation and technology;
 Depending on the applicant’s education, training and research activities, this requirement may vary.
 have served a minimum of two (2) years as a member of the Society, and 
 meet such other criteria as the Executive Council shall establish and publish.

A Scientist who does not meet the criteria set forth above may be nominated and elected to Fellowship by the unanimous affirmative vote of the Executive Council if such scientist has made exceptional contributions to the advancement in the field of science and Nature.

Example: Dr Surya Krishnan M.Pharm., Ph.D., IFAGSI


HONORARY FELLOW in Association of Global Science Innovations

An Honorary Fellow shall not be required to pay annual dues, fees or assessments, and shall not vote or hold office, but may serve on special committees, appear on scientific programs of the Association and participate in discussions of scientific papers.

To qualify as an Honorary Fellow, an applicant may be recommended by unanimous vote of the Executive Council for those Scientist who have made a contribution to the advancement of science, innovations and technology or has achieved eminence in a specialized field of science, innovation and technology. 

Example: Dr Surya Krishnan M.Tech., Ph.D., HFAGSI

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