The Indian Business Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is inviting nominations for the 2004 Global Indus Technovators Awards. The awards have been instituted to recognize and encourage the South Asian innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.
Nominees must be of Indian/Pakistani/Sri Lankan/Nepali/Bangladeshi origin and must have made significant contribution, either research or entrepreneurial, to the advancement of technology in areas including, but not limited to, IT, biotech, materials and devices, healthcare and medicine, developmental work, and energy. Nominees must be born no earlier than 1st January 1964.
The last date for nominations for this year's awards is May 31, according to a message from one of the organizers.
The 2003 awards judging panel included Gururaj Deshpande (Sycamore Networks), N.R. Narayana Murthy (Infosys Technologies) and Prof.Sandy Pentland (Media Lab Asia).
For more details about the 2004 awards, Click Here to visit the awards website.