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Gandhi Fellowship Programme at MANUU

Friday December 03, 2010 11:44:05 AM, ummid.com Special Correspondent

Hyderabad: Department of Sociology and Social Work, of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), invited Vivek Sharma Programme Director, Gandhi Fellowship Programme, Kaivalya Education Foundation to interact with the students to inform them about Gandhi Fellowship Programme in the auditorium of the DDE November 30..

 

More than 250 students of final year MA classes from MANUU and other universities participated in the programme.

 

Vivek explained that the main aim of the fellowship was to motivate the students to work for nation building activities such as school education improvement programme particularly in the rural areas.

 

The fellowship will help them improve their skills of finding solutions to complex social problems by working directly in the field and interacting with experts as well.

 

Selected students will receive Rs 14,000 plus accommodation and travel expenses for two years.

 

Applications can be downloaded at the web site address www.gandhifellowship.org or obtained from the Department of Sociology and Social Work, MANUU.

 

Last date of form submission is 08/12/2010 at the Department of Sociology and Social Work to Shahid Raza, coordinator MSW.

 

Selection process will commence some time in January, 2011.

 

 

 

 

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