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.


This is a fellowship programme funded and managed by State Bank of India.

It is meant for highly motivated, outstanding young professionals and fresh graduates between the ages of 21-32 as on 1st September, 2014.

Applicants must be Indian citizens and at least graduates, at the time of applying for this programme.

Selection Procedure

The application form is available HERE.

You are requested to submit the completed application form online.

Important Dates

June 30: Last date for submission of the completed application form.

July 7: Shortlisted candidates to be invited for a personal interview.

August 2: Candidates selected to be Programme Fellows will be intimated.


The programme will be for a duration of one year comprising of two batches. The first batch will join in September 2014 and the second batch in November 2014.

This is a full time fellowship programme and the fellows will be required to stay near the project site in rural locations. The staff of the partner NGO will assist in finding the fellows suitable accommodation.

Programme Structure

1. Monthly Allowance of Rs.14,000

2. Travel costs of the Fellows from his/her place of residence to the project site as well as for training programmes will be paid. Medical cover will be provided.

For more information relating to programme structure and benefits, click HERE.



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