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AWARDS of IAVP

The Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists has instituted a number of awards. Awards are distributed to Veterinary Pathologists who have excelled in professional competence as assessed by appropriate criteria. The IAVP administers at least 6 groups of awards. Where an application is required, the last date for receiving award application is one month before the opening day of conference. The awards are listed below with respective criteria for each one of them. Please note that only Members of IAVP are eligible for the awards. Non-members if otherwise found eligible for any award, the President may consider them for special awards.

GENERAL VIEW OF INSTITUTION AWARDS
  1. Under the category of ‘Award’ only those recognitions are included which are having a set selection procedure after evaluation of the achievements of the candidates by a panel of experts. At least three applicants should be there for each such Award for consideration of the panel in a particular year. If number of applicants are less than three, it should be deferred to next subsequent year when it can be considered even if two applicants are there. Single candidate cannot be considered for award in any case.
  2. Each Award application will have a cover page of check list (Appendix-VI). Registration fee for young scientist group awards is Rs 100/-(For 1 Year), other awards Rs 500/- (For 3 Years) and Fellowship of IAVP Rs 1000/- ( For 3 Years).
  3. “Fellowship of IAVP” should be the highest award of IAVP and it should be awarded to an esteemed pathologist (IAVP-Life Member) who is at least 45 years of age and had contributed significantly in advancement of Veterinary Pathology for at least 25 years. Once a pathologist receives Fellowship of IAVP, he/she cannot be considered for any other IAVP Award in future. However, he/she can be co-author of the work/publication for other awards of IAVP. The other criteria as mentioned in point 1 will be applicable for fellowship award too. The executive committee of IAVP may consider awarding Honorary Fellowship for an outstanding scientist (Pathologist/Non-Pathologist, Indian or foreigner) in any field of animal health. The member of Fellowships to be awarded should depend on number of applications. If 3 applicants –1 award, 4 applicants- 2 awards, 6 or more applicants-3 awards in any case, in a particular year, not more than 3 fellowship should be awarded in a specific year.
  4. Every award should carry pre-fix IAVP and suffix “Year of award e.g. IAVP Best Poster Award-2016”. If in some category, more than one award is there, the IAVP award will be highest in category, followed by those sponsored by some esteemed pathologist.
  5. IAVP Awards will not be instituted in the name of any family member/non-pathologists of any esteemed IAVP Life Member.
  6. The President or Secretary General (on behalf of President) will constitute a 3-5 members panel for evaluating through scoring on specific proforma the applicants work or presentation as the case may be and the cumulative score given by the individual panelist will be considered for preparing merit list. These documents will be kept in IVAP records for one year for sorting out any discrepancy, if arise.
  7. Each award will carry a printed certificate of the specific award having names of all the authors. The certificates will be given to each author. However, appropriate memento will be given to senior author only and the expenses will be met by IAVP or sponsored fund, as the case may be.
  8. At a time IAVP members are allowed to apply for two categories of Awards to give opportunity to maximum number of life members.
  9. The honorary lectures or orations given to an esteemed pathologist will be not have suffix as “Award” since it is nominated by EC keeping in view the outstanding contribution of the scientist e.g. “IAVP Dr P.P. Gupta Oration-2016”. He may be Veterinary Pathologist/Indian/foreigner. Any Life-Member IAVP wishing to institute an award in his/her name or in name of some renowned pathologist will have to donate Rs. 1,00,000/- to IVAP. The category, terms and conditions, modality of the Award, however, will be decided by EC IAVP.
I.  YOUNG SCIENTISTS AWARDS (Three Nos.)

There are three awards for young scientists presenting scientific papers during annual conference. Three best presentations at a specially organized session will be considered for the award. Please send full scientific papers alongwith the abstract (250 words) to the Organizing Secretary or the Joint Secretary before the closing date. The awards are the following:

1 IAVP-Young Scientist Award for Best Oral Presentation
2 IAVP-Dr Balwant Singh Memorial Young Scientist Award for Second Best Oral Presentation
3 IAVP-Prof. S. Ramachandran Memorial Best Molecular Oncologist  Presentation Award











Rules of the Award (1 & 2):-
  1. The scientific papers may be on any topic with a bearing on Veterinary Pathology.
  2. The work in question must have been carried out exclusively in any institution in India.
  3. The person who is presenting the papers should be one of the authors and not have completed 35 years of age and must have made major contribution to the work (A certificate from the Head of the Department / Institution with age proof is to be sent along with the paper).
  4. The presentation should be completed in 8-10 minutes with 2 more minutes for discussion, depending upon the availability of time.
  5. The President of the IAVP shall constitute a ‘three member committee’ to select the Awardees and the decision of the committee shall be final. The decision of the judges will be final.
  6. The papers adjudged for awards would be published in Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. Hence, a copy of the full paper with photographs, tables, etc. should be submitted to the Chief Editor after the Conference.
  7. The participants for this award should submit abstract to the Organizing Secretary before the last date as per announcement, indicating the paper to be presented for Young Scientist Award. No last minute intimation to shift a paper from any technical session to Young Scientist Award will be entertained.
Rules of the Award (3):-
  1. This award was instituted by Dr. (Mrs.) Sakkubai P. Ramachandran, wife of late Prof. (Dr.) S. Ramachandran, Former Visiting Scientist, Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, Royal (Dick) College of Veterinary Science, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK in the year 2005.
  2. The first recipient of the award should be a Life Member(s) of IAVP below 35 years age.
  3. The award is given to an individual or to a team of scientists, which need to best at the time of application.
  4. The presentation should be completed in 8-10 minutes with 2 more minutes for discussion, depending upon the availability of time.
  5. The research work should be original contribution to Molecular Oncology carried out during the past three years in any of the Veterinary Institutions in India.
  6. The President of the IAVP shall constitute a ‘three member committee’ to select the Awardees and the decision of the committee shall be final.

II. POSTER PRESENTATION AWARDS (Three Nos.)

There are three awards for the Best Poster Presentations of poster papers during annual conference. The awards are:

1

IAVP-Best Poster Presentation Award

2 IAVP-Organizing Secretary Second Best-Poster Presentation Award
3 IAVP-Savithree Jibachch Sinha Third  Best Poster Presentation Award







Rules of the  the Award:

  1. Full scientific papers along with the abstract (250 words) may be submitted to the Organizing Secretary or Joint Secretary before the closing date.
  2. One poster per presenter will be accepted for presentation having original contribution and work must have been carried out in India.
  3. A space lot will be allotted to each presenter.
  4. The participating presenter should be available at the time of presentation.
  5. The poster size 2’x3’ should have Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Conclusions.
  6. The President of the IAVP shall constitute a ‘three member committee’ to select the Awardees and the decision of the committee shall be final.
III. JOURNAL AWARDS

There are four awards for the articles/papers published in the Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. Four awards are given every year. This year awards will be judged for completed issues of the journal published in previous year.

1 IAVP-Dr C.M. Singh Award for Best Full Research Article Published in IJVP (Non Pack Animals)
2 IAVP-Dr  S. Damodaran Award for Best Oncology  Case Report Published in IJVP
3 IAVP Dr B.S. Rajya Award for Best Non Oncology Short/ Rapid Communication of a Research Work Published in IJVP
4 IAVP-Gang-Mana Sharma Award for Best Article/ Case Report on Pack Animals








 

Rules of the  the Award:

  1. The research/study must have been exclusively conducted in India.
  2. The article should have bearing on Veterinary Pathology.
  3. Among authors at least one contributor should be Pathologist and life member of IAVP.
  4. The President of the IAVP shall constitute a ‘five member committee’ to select the Awardees and the decision of the committee shall be final.
IV.  BEST POST GRADUATE THESIS AWARD

There are four awards for the Best M.V.Sc./Ph.D. Thesis Award. These are as follows:

1 IAVP-Best M.V.Sc. Thesis Award
2 IAVP-Dr Ram Raksha-Kiran Shukla Award for Second Best M.V.Sc Thesis
3 IAVP-Best Ph.D. Thesis Award
4 IAVP-Dr Patri Rama Rao Award for Second Best Ph.D. Thesis

 

 

 

 





Rules of the  the Award:

  1. The   Thesis   should   have   been   approved   (including   viva-voce examination during January to December of preceding year)
  2. The research work must have been exclusively conducted in India.
  3. Thesis should accompany a certificate from the major advisor that it was completed during the stipulated period of time as per the institution/ University norms-to be submitted at the Conference.
  4. A copy of abstract should be submitted online by e-mail to the Joint Secretary IAVP by the closing date for processing.
  5. Submit a copy of thesis at the conference venue at the time of registration for evaluation. The thesis will be accepted only from the applicants on the condition as at S.No. 4 above.

V.  IAVP-ACHIEVEMNT AWARDS IN SPECIALITY SUBJECTS

At least six awards are given every year for conributions/achievements in specific fields of specialization.

1 IAVP-Best Poultry Pathologist Award
2 IAVP-Best Farm Animals Pathologist Award
3 IAVP-Best Companion Animal Pathologist Award
4 IAVP-Best Laboratory Animal Pathologist Award
5 IAVP-Best Wildlife Pathologist Award
6 IAVP-Dr. B.L. Purohit  Memorial Best Toxicologist Pathologist Award

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

Rules of the  the Award:

  1. Outstanding contribution in the field of Poultry Pathology or other relevant fields of specialization as evidenced by publications and track record of peer recognition.
  2. Submission of last three years outstanding research contribution of the individual/Institution would be the major criteria although track record of previous contributions would also be considered in the absence of competition among recent performers.
  3. Scientist once awarded is not eligible.
  4. Send application with a summary of your work done report before closing date to the Secretary or Joint Secretary and submit three copies of your full report for evaluation at conference venue.
  5. Please indicate the specialty to which you would like your award to be considered and include a cover letter stating how your publications and recent contributions are relevant to the topic.

VI. FELLOW OF INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF VETERINARY PATHOLOGISTS (FIAVP)

Conditions for Award:

  1. Outstanding Pathologists based on their contribution to the development of Pathology or Veterinary Education /Research/Association building activity can apply for the Fellowship.
  2. The applicant should be a Pathologist of eminence at least 45 years of age and had contributed significantly in advancement of Veterinary Pathology for 25 year with a standing of 10 years as Life Member.
  3. The application includes the following which has to be submitted at the conference venue.
  4. Self-Appraisal Report of 250 words which may form part of the citation if selected for the award
  5. Full biodata including with all contributions in Veterinary Pathology.
  6. A self-assessment of the excellence in publications as indicated by cumulative scores of NAAS-journal ratings, impact factor, citation indices or other widely known indices of scientific performances.
  7. Reprints/copies of 10 best publications.
  8. Forward your nominations through zonal secretaries or two supporting letters from eminent pathologists in favour of the candidate (normally Fellows) to the Secretary General along with a demand draft for Rs 1,000/-favouring the Treasurer, IAVP payable at Bareilly.

VII. IAVP APPRECIATIONS/ ACTIVITIES / RECOGNITIONS

IAVP has initiated few new activities. Speakers/workers of these activities will be given recognition/appreciations. Details of rules and regulations are given below:

1.Dr P.P. Gupta Oration

Award was instituted by Dr P. P. Gupta, eminent pathologist of PAU, Ludhiana. It is for Presentation of Outstanding Research Findings on any Topic in Veterinary Pathology.

Rules and Regulations:

  1. The award is applicable to a distinguished Retired Veterinary Pathologist (Life Member of IAVP).
  2. The person to deliver the oration will be nominated by the Executive Committee Members.
  3. The person selected for the award will given Memnto, Certificate and will be paid Rs.2000 to meet the travel expenses after making presentation.
  4. The nominated retired pathologist for Dr P.P. Gupta Oration Award will deliver his/her lecture in one of the related technical sessions during the conference.

2. IAVP-Veterinary Pathology Congress-Thematic Lecture-“Year”

Thematic lecture of conference was initiated in 2015 as per theme of National Conference.

Rules and Regulations:

  1. The Oration is given to a distinguished invited International National or Indian Veterinary Pathologist (For international speaker, Life Member of IAVP is not necessary).
  2. The person to deliver the Oration will be nominated either by the Organizing Secretary and/ or Executive Committee Members and will be approved by the EC of IAVP.
  3. The nominated pathologist will deliver his/ her 30 minutes thematic lecture after Inaugural Session during the Conference.
  4. IAVP will pay inland TA by train AC I / Economy Class Air Fare to meet the travel expenses after making presentation.
  5. International speakers will bear cost of international travels.
  6. The person selected for the Oration will given Memento, Certificate and local hospitality by Organizing Secretary.
  7. Thematic and CVE Oration in Veterinary Pathology lecture can be given by a single International speaker to save IAVP funds.

3. IAVP-Veterinary Pathology Congress-Continuing Veterinary Pathology Education Lecture-“Year”

It was started from 2015 for presentation of 2-3 hours mega Research/ Review Findings on Specific Topic in Veterinary Pathology as per international pattern.

Rules and Regulations:

  1. The Oration is given to a distinguished invited International or Indian Veterinary Pathologist (For international speaker, Life Member of IAVP is not necessary).
  2. The person to deliver the lecture will be nominated either by the Organizing Secretary and/ or Executive Committee Members and will be approved by the EC of IAVP.
  3. The nominated pathologist will deliver his/ her 2-3 hours mega lecture in Special Session during the Conference.
  4. IAVP will pay inland TA by train AC I / Economy Class Air Fare to meet the travel expenses after making presentation.
  5. International speakers will bear cost of international travels.
  6. The person selected for the award will given Memento, Certificate and will be given local hospitality by Organizing Secretary
  7. CVE in Veterinary Pathology and Thematic and lecture can be given by a single International speaker to save IAVP funds.

4. IAVP-Appreciation to Organizing Secretary and Team- “Year”

Rules and Regulations:

  1. With an objective to express gratitude of IAVP Appreciation to Organizing Secretary and Team was initiated.
  2. Every year only Appreciation will be given.
  3. The Organizing Secretary will given a Memento and Certificate.

Appreciation  for Best EC Worker/ Zone/ Chapter- “Year”

Rules and Regulations:

  1. With an objective to recognize hard work EC Worker, Zone or IAVP Chapter this award was initiated.
  2. Every year only Appreciation will be given.
  3. President IAVP will identify one Best Worker or Zone or IAVP Chapter depending on its outstanding activities during the year. Presidents proposal will be approved by EC
  4. The person/zone/chapter selected for the award will given a Memento and Certificate.
IMPORTANT NOTE: (*On invitation of EC IAVP)
  1. Details and rules of revised IAVP Awards may be seen in IAVP website (www.iavp.org)
  2. Each Award application will have a cover page of check list (Appexdix-VI).
  3. No fees for Young Scientist/Molecular Oncology/Journal Awards.
  4. Registration fee for young scientist group awards is Rs 100/-(For 1 Year), other awards Rs 500/- (For 3 Years) and Fellowship of IAVP Rs 1000/- (For 3 Years).
  5. Soft copy of Award application may be sent by email on or before 9th October, 2017 to
  6. Requisite number of hard copies of the application will have to be submitted at the conference venue for consideration to:

Dr  K.P. Singh

Principal Scientist

Joint Directorate, CADRAD, ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, UP

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Mob: 919897806926 Tel: 0581-2302188

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The Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists has instituted a number of awards. Awards are distributed to Veterinary Pathologists who have excelled in professional competence as assessed by appropriate criteria. The IAVP administers at least 6 groups of awards. Where an application is required, the last date for receiving award application is one month before the opening day of conference. The awards are listed below with respective criteria for each one of them. Please note that only Members of IAVP are eligible for the awards. Non-members if otherwise found eligible for any award, the President may consider them for special awards.
 

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