In a recent office memo, DST has announced an inter-ministerial committee which will suggest how to implement the Murmu committee recommendations on improving the quality of doctoral students. We seek your opinion on this matter

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* 1. Will a monetary reward upon publication or patenting, motivate you to improve the quality of research you are doing? Please pick just one option

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* 2. What do you think gets a manuscript accepted in a "reputable" international journal? Please pick just one option for each parameter

  not likely likely very likely
novel research
new technology
supervisors's reputation
how hard-working you are
english-writing skills
luck

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* 3. For SRFs, how many papers (do not include reviews) did you publish as a JRF in a research journal?

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* 4. If you have experience publishing a research article/s (any level of authorship), on average, how long did it take for data you generated to make it into a finally accepted manuscript?

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* 5. If you have already published a research paper (any level of authorship), what was your status when the manuscript was finally accepted?

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* 6. Did you/ or do you think you'll have a publication, 6months before your Fellowship ends?

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* 7. What do you think indicates "quality" in a doctoral student? For e.g., good publications? the ability to ask questions at talks? expertise with a particular advanced technology? good communication skills? If simpler, please share qualities of a research scholar who you think did research of "high-quality".

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