Govt launches Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Fellowship with month-to-month stipend of as much as Rs 60,000; examine particulars
The federal government has now determined to broaden the scheme to all of the districts of the nation.
The Union Ministry of Talent Improvement and Entrepreneurship has launched the Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Fellowship in affiliation with 9 IIMs of the nation. Chosen fellows will likely be given a stipend of about Rs 50,000 per 30 days throughout the first yr and Rs 60,000 per 30 days throughout the second yr of the fellowship programme. The federal government has invited purposes from the candidates and the registrations will stay open between February 15 and March 27, The Indian Specific reported.
The fellowship, which is being supplied underneath the World Financial institution mortgage assisted programme SANKALP, could have two phases. Within the preliminary stage, the fellows will likely be imparted coaching by the 9 high IIMs of the nation and within the later section of the fellowship, the fellows will work on strengthening the District Talent Committees and the District Talent administration. The fellows will likely be imparted coaching to know the general talent growth ecosystem and information base to take the talent growth programmes of the federal government in the proper path. After finishing their coaching, the fellows will likely be hooked up to the District Talent Committees and assist in the formulation of the District Talent Improvement Plans on the district stage.
It’s pertinent to notice that the Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Fellowship (MGNF) has already been piloted on a small scale in a complete of 69 districts of the nation by imparting coaching to 69 fellows. The federal government has now determined to broaden the scheme to all of the districts of the nation. The 9 Indian Institute of Administration institutes, that are related to the MGNF embody IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Lucknow, IIM Bangalore, IIM Udaipur, IIM Nagpur, IIM Ranchi and IIM Jammu, IIM Kozhikode and IIM Visakhapatnam.