The Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowships are designed for outstanding Indians residing in India to pursue a master’s degree program at selected US colleges and universities in the areas of Arts and Culture Management including Heritage Conservation and Museum Studies; Environmental Science/Studies; Higher Education Administration; Public Health; Urban and Regional Planning; and Women’s Studies/Gender Studies.
The aim of the program is to allow fellows to gain practical experience combined with research and writing experience, while acquiring experiences with grassroots bodies and organizations active in the field of religious freedom and diversity. The Fellows will also contribute to the work of the Center that will host them towards the cause
Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) has been set up by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India. IICA's School of Competition Law and Market Regulation in partnership with Competition Commission of India (CCI), is pleased to announce its “Antitrust Programme for Young Fellows 2014 (Theme of the year: 5 years of Competition Law
The Akosha Consumer Law Fellowship is an attempt by Akosha to bring together like-minded people from the legal field who deeply care about improving the consumer landscape in India and bring greater transparency within the system by empowering Indian consumers through active information dissemination related to consumer affairs in India.
IPAN in association with the German funding agency, DAAD announces a scholarship to fund one student’s participation in the 10th Hessen International Summer University: Intellectual Property & Biotechnology -Linking Business, Law and Science.
Nokia and WWF have come together to create a new fellowship program focused on issues related to Urban Biodiversity. 75 Fellows, 2 subject matter experts and 5 new creative mentors shall come together to create exciting and creative campaigns to preserve Delhi’s Biodiversity.
SBI Youth for India is a fellowship programme initiated, funded and managed by the State Bank of India in partnership with reputed NGOs. It provides a framework for India's best young minds to join hands with rural communities, empathise with their struggles and connect with their aspirations.
The Sarai Programme, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, invites proposals from individuals for research projects on contemporary social and digital media, its ecologies and histories. Research is supported by a project grant from the Indian Council of Social Science Research.
The Fellowships are open to scholars in every discipline – the sciences as well as the humanities – and also to categories of people not normally covered by existing schemes such as writers, journalists, artists and civil servants – for undertaking not only projects of highly sophisticated and technical subjects but also for study in
Gyan-Setu invites applications from young, motivated and passionate people, to be involved in Gyan-Setu as a Fellow. This one year full-time Fellowship program (extendible up to two years) will provide an opportunity to up to 5 fellows to be a part of this unique program aimed at working towards “national integration” in remote areas of
The Council of States (Rajya Sabha), Parliament of India has instituted two Rajya Sabha Fellowships with the objective of promoting an indepth inquiry and research on different aspects of parliamentary democracy in India.
As was the case last year, we’re on the lookout for sharp, passionate bloggers to join us as SpicyIP fellows - researching and writing on developments in the Indian intellectual property rights and innovation policy scenario.
The Trust Fellows get a monthly stipend of Rs. 25,000 over a period of 2 years practice in the Supreme Court, extendable to 3 years at the discretion of the Trust and a one-time subscription to SCCOnline® which will be registered in the name of the Trust Fellow.