NLSIU Is Organising The P A Sangma Fellowship
National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru is organizing the P. A. Sangma Fellowship for Legal and Policy Research by the Government of Meghalaya for the graduates. The Fellowship will be for a period of one year, extendable based on assessment of work or requirement of projects.
Objective of the programme: The fellowship looks to expose students to the complex social and economic challenges of Meghalaya, a SixthSchedule state, and generate interventions after analyzing legal and policy frameworks in collaboration with senior policymakers of the government.
Who can participate:The Fellowship is open to all graduates of NLSIU, hailing from B.A. L. L.B (Hons.), L. L.M and the Masters in Public Policy (MPP)
Stipend: Each fellow will be eligible for a stipend of ₹60,000/- (RupeesSixty Thousand only ) per month along with a House RentAllowance of ₹ 10,000/- (RupeesTen Thousand only ) per month.Every fellow will also receive a certificate on successful completion of the fellowship.
How to register:For applying to the fellowship, candidates need to send the following to [email protected] in a single PDF document:
- A statement of purpose (maximum 1000 words) indicating precisely why they are the best fit for the fellowship and how they will be able to contribute effectively using their skillsets.
- Updated CV of not more than two pages two reference letters, either both academic or one academic and one professional. Students with work experience must submit a professional reference letter. Students without work experience may submit internship reference letters, if they consider to do so.
- For applying to the fellowship, candidates need to send the following [email protected] in a single PDF document
- Shortlisted candidates will be asked to appear for an interview.
- Upon selection, the Government of Meghalaya will provide the terms of reference for the fellowship
Last date to apply: 10th May 2022
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