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KARM Saahachary Fellowship – India

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted October 29, 2020 from Brazil
Expires on December 14, 2020

Empowering young school graduates so that they can pursue a college education is the one permanent way to impact each family and hence, the larger community to achieve a better quality of life.

At KARM Saahachary, they wish to support these driven, resilient, and bright young girls by providing Fellowships to deserving girl students who have completed their 12th grade and are readying for college.
Fellowship will include:
a) Their financial support will include college fee, rent & travel (twice a year) for out stationed girls, laptops, transport to KARM workshops & mentor visits, books & exam fees;
b) Mentorship – Steady and consistent support will be provided to each Fellow through personalized mentoring and guidance through the three years;
c) Life Skill trainings will be provided to enable skill buildingInternships in both the Development and Corporate sector;
d) Fifty hours of Community Service per year for the duration of the Fellowship.

Utilize This Offer

KARM Saahachary will nurture and financially support young girls from Government and aided schools who exhibit drive, ambition and willingness to work hard to achieve their professional aspirations, at Delhi University.

Selection is on the basis of academic excellence, interviews, all-round extra-curricular and leadership capability and tangible evidence of drive for such candidates.

Acceptance to this Fellowship is conditional on the candidate securing admission in Delhi University. Continuance through the Fellowship is conditional. The Fellow must consistently maintain at least a second division in each semester examination in the College. They have no religious or political compulsions or affiliations.

Applications deadline: 15 December 2020.

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Ana Isabel Paraguay
Nov 02
Nov 02

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Jill Langhus
Oct 30
Oct 30

What a fabulous opportunity! It looks like it only applies to girls under 18 and from India, but I couldn't find it? Thanks for sharing.

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Oct 30
Oct 30

Yes: "deserving girl students who have completed their 12th grade and are readying for college at Delhi University."

Jill Langhus
Oct 31
Oct 31

I saw that, but I wasn't sure if that just meant students from India or if they would accept students outside India. I assumed it was India only. I sent it to loads of women. I hope some deserving girls get a great opportunity here. Thanks again for sharing.