31 March 2019
Gandhi Fellowship is a 2-year residential program, initiated by Kaivalya Education Foundation (KEF) in support of Piramal Foundation. It is awarded to the inspired and inventive youth from top universities and colleges. The fellows have to work with the primary school headmasters/principals to transform their schools. Gandhi Fellowship was started in 2008 with 11 fellows and has been steadily growing in popularity & number of participants.
Gandhi Fellowship has the following steps
Given below are the dates related to Gandhi Fellowship that the candidates to keep in mind
|Application Begins||September 2018|
|Application Ends||31 March 2019|
|Fellowship begins||1 July 2019|
|Fellowship ends||July 2021|
During the Gandhi Fellowship, each fellow has to take care of 5 schools assigned to him/her with the support of 5 primary school headmasters, 50 teachers, 500 children in difficult rural and urban locations.
The fellows have to develop the necessary 7 competencies of leadership and skills to move into a 10-year journey to impact a million lives.
The Gandhi Fellowship has partnered with
Gandhi Fellowship has been steadily increasing its popularity and the students from Top Colleges & Universities have been a part of it.
|Region||All India & Students studying abroad|
|Class/ Age||Any graduate, student in final year of post-graduation or young professional|
Monthly Stipend: During the two years intensive program, fellows will receive the stipend of Rs. 14,000 per month
They can apply these learning experiences to solving out other social issues, throughout their career.
The application process for the Gandhi Fellowship has started and the candidates willing to get the fellowship need to send their Gandhi Fellowship form by following the link given below. There is only an online application procedure for the Gandhi Fellowship and no offline application process. Candidates need to submit the Gandhi Fellowship application form before the last date i.e. 31 March to register themselves for Gandhi Fellowship.
Gandhi fellowship login can be done only after filling the registration form by following the steps given below
Click here to apply for Gandhi Fellowship
The candidates applying for the Gandhi Scholarship has to go through a selection process. Gandhi Fellowship has a rigorous 3-level personalized and reflective recruitment process based on the competencies of leadership.
The candidates should successfully go through the above-mentioned round can apply.
Gandhi fellowship is a 2 years program spread across 4 semesters and in all it has 10 Fellowship Processes.
Each process has a clearly identified goal, which is tied to various competencies so at the end of every process, fellows come together for a four-day period of structured reflection around learning called the PRAP or the Personal Reflection Assessment Process.
In order to clear the doubts of the applicants, we have compiled some of the frequently asked questions on the Gandhi Fellowship. Check it to solve your most common queries related to Gandhi Fellowship
Question 1: What is the Gandhi Fellowship?
Gandhi Fellowship is a 2-year residential Professional Program in Transformation Leadership initiative by Kaivalya Education Foundation(KEF). Through this scholarship, one can support and partner with primary school headmasters in transforming the schools and achieving their desired results.
Question 2: What exactly happens during the Fellowship?
This fellowship helps a fellow in measuring his/her growth and development. This fellowship helps in building and developing leadership capability of a fellow. There are 13 processes in this fellowship program.
Question 3: What do fellows have to do in schools?
The fellows have to understand the several aspects of teaching, and learning of our ultimate stakeholder: the child through a first-hand experience of the classroom.
Question 4: How will Gandhi fellowship program benefit the fellows?
This fellowship program helps the fellow in understanding leadership at the grassroots level. It also helps in developing the seven competencies of an individual, namely, Self Awareness, Collaborative Work, Excellence, Influence without Authority, Value Articulation, Risk Taking / Entrepreneurship and Articulation of Private Dream.
Question 5: Do Fellows get holidays?
Yes, fellows do get holidays. The holidays of fellowship are designed in such a way so that they fit in the school calendar.
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