Supervisors are the backbone of the research that happens in any institution. And the research students working under them are their team who together have the responsibility to bring out excellent work.
The Society started its activities in 2001 by awarding Young Research scholars below 30 years of age. Over the years of starting the awards many senior scientists from different institutions have been supporting the Society by nominating their research students for presenting research papers in the competition. And many students under some of these research supervisors have done exceedingly well and won awards.
The students were judged by various panels of judges, establishing the quality work being done by these groups which is a reflection of the Supervisor's contribution to research. In recognition of their high impact research work some senior scientists from whose groups multiple students have won awards from the Society are honored each year.