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Achievements of NSF Research Grant Recipients Reseach Projects completed during 2008 - 2015 can be downloaded from here.


 New_Cover_page.jpg_copyTHE JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (JNSF) Impact Factor for 2016: 0.42, according to Journal citation Reports/Science Edition. MORE


JSS

THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (JSS) This journal has been published since 1978 and issues containing latest social science contributions to the understanding of Sri Lankan society. MORE


Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2014


Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2013.


Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2015.


Programme Schedule of International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) 


Vidya Newsletter Volume 20 No 01, May 2018 


 

Call for Applications of 2018 TWAS Fellowships

The 2018 TWAS Fellowships call for applications is now open for PhD and PDoc programmes that are offered in the natural and engineering sciences to students and researchers from developing countries to gain postgraduate education and research experience at top global science institutions in the South.

 

Post of Scientific Officer (On contract basis)

The National Science Foundation is looking for a Scientific Officerto work on contract basis.

Post of Scientific Officer(On contract basis)– 01 Position

1. A Special Degree in Science including Social Science,  Medicine, Engineering, Agriculture, Economics, Computer Science, statistics or any other relevant field from a recognized University or any other relevant field acceptable to the Board and from a university recognized by the UGC.

 

DAAD and NSF-SL Joint Mobility Programme

DAAD-NSF Scheme for Project-Related Personal Exchange

“To further strengthen cooperation on scientific and academic research between Germany and Sri Lanka, the DAAD and the NSF have launched a new Joint Mobility Program for Project-Related Personal Exchange”.

 

School Science Day 2018 Live

 

NSF Statement of Principles for Scientific Merit Review

Statement of Principles for Scientific Merit Review
National Science Foundation, Sri Lanka


• Expert Assessment
Each application is pre-screened for conformity with the NSF guidelines. Incomplete, inaccurate and non-compliant applications will be excluded.
Then, for each application two independent reviewers are nominated considering their expertise in the relevant field by the relevant Working Committee appointed by the NSF Board of Management. Each Working Committee consists of 08-10 members with appropriate knowledge & expertise in various aspects of that field.

 
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STMIS Registration

 
It is an essential requirement to register with STMIS database
If the appliant is not registered his/her Travel Research Grant Application will be rejected without further consideraion.
 

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