Information on the Palme Linnaeus programme

South Asia related grants for the period 2002–2003

South Asia related grants for the period 2003–2004

South Asia related grants for the period 2004–2005

South Asia related Linnaeus-Palme International Exchange Programme grants for the contract period 1 July 2005– 30 June 2006:

The decisions on programme acticities were taken on 10 May 2005. A total amount of Million SEK was distributed to projects at Swedish universities.

Here are the programmes (and the counterparts in each programme) that were connected to South Asia:


Göteborg University:

Faculty of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy – Tribhuvan University, Nepal (photo to the right). 53 094SEK


Jönköping University

Dept. of Chemical Technology, School of EngineeringUniversity of Pune, India. 21 650 SEK.

School of Education and CommunicationUniversity of Pune, India. 238 860 SEK


Karlstad University

Department for Culture and Communication – University of Kerala, India. 35 000 SEK


Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

Division for Reproductive and Perinatal Health/Department of Woman and Child HealthTrivandrum Medical College, India. 174 510 SEK

Department of NursingAga Khan University, Pakistan. 179 292 SEK

Medical doctors trainingAga Khan University, Pakistan. 177 000 SEK

Medical doctors trainingTrivandrum Medical College, India. 208 132 SEK

Institute of OdontologyAltamash Institute of Dental Medicine, Pakistan. 171 800 SEK


Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm

Department for TextilesNational Institute of Design (NID), India. 163 766 SEK


Kristianstad University

Department for Health SciencesOpen University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. 193 306 SEK


Kungl. Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm

Department of Applied Information Technology (2IT) – Gono Bishwabidyalay, Savar, Bangladesh. 118 810 SEK

Department of Land and Water Resources EngineeringDept. of Geology, Dhaka University, Bangladesh. 46 489 SEK


Linköping University

Division of Gender and Medicine, Dept. of Molecular and Clinical Medicine; Faculty of Health Sciences – Government Medical College in Kangra at Tanda, Simla. India. 35 000 SEK


Luleå University of Technology

Department of Industrial Economics and Social ScienceIndian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, India. 68 488 SEK


Lund University

Centre for Geographical Information Systems, Dept. of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Analysis – University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. 94 712 SEK


Malmö University

Programme for Interactional design; Konst, kultur och kommunikation (K3)Indian Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore, India. 68 570 SEK

School of Technology and SocietyUniversity of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka. 74 014 SEK


Skövde University

Engineering; School of Technology and SocietyPravara Rural Engineering College (PREC), India. 41 866 SEK


Stockholm University

Department for Social WorkCollege of Social Work at the Nirmala Niketan Institute. 259 650 SEK


Umeå University

Department of Social WelfareCauvery College for Women, India. 120 532 SEK


Uppsala University

Department of Cultural Anthropology and EthnologyCalcutta University, Kolkata, India. 104 976 SEK

Department of Earth SciencesJawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. 264 050 SEK

Department of Government – Dept. of Political Science, University of Hyderabad. 254 132 SEK

Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and PharmacyChristian Medical College, India. 237 466 SEK


Växjö University

Department of Technology and DesignBharatiya Prodyogiki Sansthan (Indian Institute of Technology), Kharagpur, India. 120 532 SEK


Örebro University

Department of Caring SciencesChristian Medical College, India. 283 062SEK & 206 958 SEK. NOTE, two projects!

Department of Behavioural, Social and Legal SciencesSymbiosis Law College, Pune, India. 35 000 SEK

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