Young India Fellowship
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The Young India Fellowship, a one-year postgraduate programme in Liberal Studies at Ashoka University, today announced that applications for the seventh batch of the Fellowship will close on 28th February, 2017. Apply now!
Ashoka University is back with the yearly Shakespeare festival. Enthusiasm flowed in from all corners of the Multipurpose Hall at the University, which was filled with Young India Fellows as 22 teams performed chimerical reimaginings of Shakespeare’s texts The Tempest and Othello, creating a convivial atmosphere during the two-day long festival.
The programme provides classroom sessions, mentorship, networking possibilities and expert opinions to the selected entrepreneurs.
On the 23rd of September, the YIF batch of 2017 put up an exhibition titled ‘Rang Amezi’ which means painting in Persian.
The Young India Fellowship announced that applications for the seventh batch of the Fellowship will be accepted from 22nd August, 2016.
Anita Rajan, an alumnus of the Young India Fellowship, writes on the welcoming of the sixth batch of the programme. The ‘orientation’ included talks by Founders and the various programme teams, a two-day theatre workshop and an open-mic night on the concluding welcome dinner.
From being part of the team that set up the YIF to teaching Academic Writing to Fellows, Brar’s new role as the Assistant Dean will be a new chapter in her long association with the programme
This time during last year, the team at AIM Smart City Accelerator was gearing up to announce its first call for applications from aspiring entrepreneurs. After an overwhelming response from participants across the country and a tough selection process, eight startups became a part of the program which began in March, 2016. [...]