Think India is a forum of National Institutes’ Students, It is a pan India initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude, and is a forum of students, researchers, alumni and faculty members from the premier institutes like IITs, IIMs, NITs, NLUs and other such premier institutes in various fields of academia, across India.
Since its inception Think India has been carrying out various activities in different National Institutes around the country. These activities include talks by experts, seminars, workshop, essay, bill drafting competition, etc. Apart from such events, we also provide internship to students under VIDHI, NEETI, ANUBHOOTI, and SANSADIYA internship programs.
About Research Fellowship Programme
Think India is calling for Research Fellowship Programme for the year 2019-20.
Think India Research Fellowship Programme was first started in 2018 with the aim of providing the opportunity for students who wish to identify and enhance their research skills.
Nine students were selected as Think India fellows for the year 2018-19. Selected students got the opportunity to research under the able guidance of eminent lawyers, professors, and professionals. Carrying forward the same idea they are rolling out Think India fellowship 2019-20.
Research Fellows based on their interest will be required to research in the following areas:
Law and Policy
Law and Religion
Indian Educational Reforms
Intellectual Property Rights
The future of caste Politics
Right to Information
History & Philosophy of India
Feminism in India
Student Movements of India
Duration of the fellowship
The entire duration of this Research Fellowship Programme is 11 months and the fellows will be required to devote at 5-7 hours a week towards research.
How to apply?
Interested students may apply for the same by sending their CV at thinkindiafellow[at]gmail.com and the last date for applying is 15th August 2019.
Students will be selected by a personal interview on the 25th of August 2019.
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