After the successful completion of the circuit simulation project, the contributor will be awarded an honorarium between Rs.1000 to Rs.5000 according to the following criteria:

  • The difficulty level of the circuit.
  • After the first review, if the project is found to be erroneous, 10 percent will be deducted from the honorarium. If the second review also shows some error, 20 percent will be deducted.
  • If there is any error in the third and last review, then the proposal will be rejected. Also we will delete the related files submitted to us.
  • During the review process, the project will be subjected for thorough scrutiny for completeness, plagiarism, ERC and DRC checks.
  • Do not reinvent the wheel: Avoid redundancy and make use of all the available models whenever it serves the need. However if you are unable to find a required model, we encourage you to submit new device models and subcircuits which are useful.
  • Due to the number of participants and the close scrutiny each project requires, the verification process may take considerable amount of time. Moreover, dispatch of Government money requires approvals from the Dean's Office, Accounts Office, etc. which also takes some time.

Due to the above listed reasons, immediate processing of payment is highly impossible. The participants are therefore requested to show some patience. However, if you do not get your money within 45 days after submitting working project, please get in touch with us - we shall be happy to assist you. If there are problems with the submitted project, naturally, there will be further delays.

Please Note:

  • For group submissions, the honorarium cheque will be issued in the name of the person who is registered with us and submitted the proposal.