South Indian ASDF Awards 2017 Presented to Shriya Shripad Ambhaikar from 2014 batch of Dali University as Best Young Researcher (female) of the year 2017 at ASDF (Association of Scientists Developer and Faculties) Awards , Crowne Plaze, Kochi, India
SIAA – South Indian ASDF Awards from the presenters of ASDF Global Awards (Association of Scientists, Developers and Faculties) an international non profit organization which has come forwards to encourage one and all in their area of day to day work, by choosing the best and awarding prestigious awards. The awards are designed to celebrate exceptional achievement in Teaching, Industrial, Research, Academic Scientists and more. They foster a climate where new and existing organization that develop Research and continuously innovate will thrive. These programs tend to focus on several elements that have been found in sucessful technology-based economies, including: a research base that generates new knowledge, mechanisms for transferring knowledge into the marketplace, an entrepreneurial culture, sources of risk capital, and a technically skilled workforce. These awards are given out for different vertical of South Indian people like expert in Teaching, Industrial, Research, Academic Scientists and more.
Best Young Researcher Female Award is proposed to encourage the potential people who are in the Research and the vision of India in their area of excellence. This award is aimed for the people who shine in both the Academic, Scientific and Industrial Research and have opted to serve in Research line within the scope of their academic to intuit the knowledge among the young people.
Shriya has been titled as the Best Young Researcher (female) of the year 2017 in SIAA-2017 which happened on 8th April, 2017 after various stages of evaluation and verification subjected to the policies framed by the Awards Committee.
As she has done research on one of the most important issue which is cancer care and therapy and also she did on Role of communication and IT in medical science and research at the age of 20. She was the youngest candidate deserving for this award. She wants to work for the better healthcare of the society.