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FICCI Award to Vice-Chancellor, UoH


Hyderabad|India: Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad, has been selected for the prestigious FICCI Annual Award 2007-08 in the category of innovative R&D in Life Science by a jury headed by Justice P.N. Bhagwati, former Chief Justice of India. This premier award is in recognition of outstanding achievements and contributions from Indian businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals. These awards, instituted in the year 1967, follow a unique, systematic and rigorous three-tier selection process and final selection is made by a special jury of eminent persons drawn from the corporate and social spheres.

These prestigious awards are conferred at the Inaugural Session of FICCI's Annual General Meeting (AGM), where the Prime Minister of India, who normally inaugurates the FICCI AGM, gives away the awards personally to the recipients.

This year the award was presented by the Hon'ble Minister for External Affairs, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, on behalf of the Prime Minister of India, in Delhi on 12th February, 2009 at the FICCI Golden Jubilee Auditorium. The awards function was attended by senior leaders of business from across the country, diplomats, civil servants, top members of think tanks and print and electronic media in large numbers.

Reachout's News Bureau
February 2009

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