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Activities of Environmental Economics Overseas Fellowship Committee (EEOFC) 
Environmental Economics Overseas Fellowships Committee (EEOFC)  
  1. Terms of Reference
    1. To design eligibility criteria,
    2. To evolve procedures for selection of fellows,
    3. To prescribe duration, course work and other requirements during fellowship,
    4. To prescribe norms relating to travel, fellowships and other costs,
    5. To recommend mechanism for placement of candidates and monitoring progress of work
    6. To award Overseas Fellowships
    7. To arrange short visits to leading institutions in India or abroad for researchers based on the recommendations of EERC and trainees based on the recommendations of EETCPN, and
    8. To award travel grants for participation in international conferences in environmental economics.
        
  2. Composition
    1. Dr. Raja J Chelliah, Chairman, MSE, Chennai
    2. Ms.Mira Mehrishi, Joint SecretaryMoEF, New Delhi Member
    3. Dr. T.C.A. Anant, ProfessorDelhi School of Economics, Delhi Member
    4. Dr. Kirit Parikh, Director, IGIDR, Mumbai Member
    5. One Foreign expert Member
    6. Dr. Rita Pandey, Fellow National Institute of Public Finance & Policy, New Delhi Member Secretay

Environmental Economics Overseas Fellowship Committee (EEOFC) - Main Functions
  1. To design eligibility criteria,
  2. To evolve procedures for selection of fellows,
  3. To prescribe duration, course work and other requirements during fellowship,
  4. To prescribe norms relating to travel, fellowships and other costs,
  5. To recommend mechanism for placement of candidates and monitoring progress of work
  6. To award Overseas Fellowships
  7. To arrange short visits to leading institutions in India or abroad for researchers based on the recommendations of EERC and trainees based on the recommendations of EETCPN, and
  8. To award travel grants for participation in international conferences in environmental economics.

Following are the details of the Scholars benefited through the short-term and long-term fellowships/travel grants during the Period March 1998 to June 2002 under the EEOFC of the World Bank Aided India Capacity Building Project on Environmental Economics under :

 
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