SWEDISH SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES NETWORK
The decisions on programme acticities were taken on 28 May 2003. A total amount of 26.23 Million SEK was distributed to 172 projects at 31 Swedish universities.
Here are the 17 programmes (and the counterparts in each programme) that were connected to South Asia:
Faculty of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy Tribhuvan University, Nepal (photo to the right). 46 792 SEK
Dept. of Chemical Technology, School of Engineering University of Pune, India. 35 000 SEK.
Department for Health Sciences Open University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. 140 000 SEK
Department for Teacher’s Training Benaras Hindu University (photo to the left). 57 772 SEK
Division of International Health, IHCAR, Dept of Public Health Sciences Trivandrum Medical College, India. 109 529 SEK.
Division of International Health, IHCAR, Dept of Public Health Sciences Aga Khan University, Pakistan. 175 409 SEK.
Institute of Odontology – Altamash Institute of Dental Medicine, Pakistan. 81 909 SEK
Department for Textiles National Institute of Design (NID), India. 146 329 SEK
Department of Applied Information Technology (2IT) – Gono Bishwabidyalay, Bangladesh. 54 400 SEK
Department for Social Work College of Social Work, University of Mumbai, India. 219 858 SEK
Department of Political Science Benaras Hindu University, India. 155 379 SEK
Department of Earth Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. 185 929 SEK
Department of Government University of Hyderabad. 95 200 SEK
Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy Christian Medical College, India. 227 858 SEK
Department of Peace and Conflict Research Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. 35 000 SEK
Department of Caring Sciences Christian Medical College, India. 81 929 SEK & 170 329 SEK. NOTE, two projects!