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About Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships
Jawaharlal Nehru was one of those rare men in human history who can be said to have advanced the cause of civilization through the medium of their own lives. Any scheme to honor his memory must take into account his multifaceted personality and his many splendored achievements. His eternal passion for the enlargement of the frontiers of knowledge and enrichment of the human mind are well-known. To commemorate his name, the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund in 1968 instituted Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships dedicated to the encouragement, support and patronage of higher learning and of free intellectual inquiry. These seek to provide an opportunity to exceptionally talented persons to devote themselves with freedom to their creative work for a period of two years.
The Fellowships are open to scholars in every discipline – the sciences as well as the humanities – and also to categories of people not normally covered by existing schemes such as writers, journalists, artists and civil servants – for undertaking not only projects of highly sophisticated and technical subjects but also for study in depth of current problems relevant to the India of today. The only criterion is that they should possess proven capacity for outstanding work and a real desire to pursue a creative project, exploring new possibilities in their chosen field. As Jawaharlal Nehru said, “Man today, as never before in human history, has to live with change as a permanent partner in his activities and his Institutions.” This applies even to the most brilliant scholars, who frequently need periods which they can devote entirely to the enrichment of their intellectual capital, particularly in view of the speed with which every discipline is developing in this nuclear age. While it has not been considered desirable to lay down any age-restrictions, efforts are made to ensure that an adequate number of Fellows are in their forties or fifties so that the Fellowships are followed by a long period of creativity, which would be of benefit to the country. The Fellowships are open to Indian citizens and the Fellows have complete freedom to work at places of their choice with in India.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Fellows are chosen by a Selection Committee consisting of distinguished persons in different fields of human Endeavor. The Selection Committee strives to maintain the highest standards of excellence and the widest possible spectrum of creative talent in the Fellowships.
The Fellowship is tenable for two years and carries a monthly stipend of Rs. 1,00,000/-, (one lakh) which is exempt from Income Tax u/s 10(17A) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. In addition, actual expenses on secretarial assistance, traveling and other contingencies are met by the Fund subject to a ceiling of Rs. 75,000/- per annum. The amount of stipend and the contingencies mentioned here will be applicable to Fellows who will be selected in November 2012 and onwards.
Applicants may send their particulars, under the following headings to Secretary, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, Teen Murti House, New Delhi 110 001.1.Bio-data, along with details of original work.
2.Experience in the field of specialization.
3.Project proposed to be undertaken (A synopsis typed in double space in not more than a thousand words)
4.A copy of recent passport size photograph.
Those in Government service, either in a State or at the Centre, should send their applications through proper channel.
The Fellowship Scheme is a continuing one and there is no last date for receipt of applications.
CATEGORIES OF SCHOLARSHIPS
The scholarships are available for Ph.D. study in India to the following categories of students:
- Indian Nationals
- Nationals of other Asian countries
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION/SUBJECT
A candidate may apply for scholarship in any one of the following areas of specialisation:
- Indian History and Civilization
- Comparative Studies in Religion & Culture
- Ecology & Environment
At the time of making the application for scholarship, a candidate should
- Hold a FIRST Class Post-graduate degree with a minimum 60% marks in aggregate in both graduate and post graduate level,
- Already be registered/admitted for Ph.D. degree with a recognized University/Institution in India. Those who have applied for registration and have not yet been registered at the time of submission of application, are not eligible to apply,
- Not be above 35 years of age,
- Be a full-time Ph.D. Scholar
DURATION OF SCHOLARSHIP
Upto 2 years.
VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP FOR BOTH THE CATEGORIES
- Maintenance allowance including Tuition fee – Rs.18,000 per month
- Contingent expenses for study tours within India, purchase of books, stationery, etc. – Rs.15,000 per annum
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