Delhi Government Invites Youth for Research Fellowship Programme

A dirty street in India's capital New Delhi. The authorities are so careless that they do not get the localities cleaned. Bureaucratic and political corruption is the main reason for dirty streets and increasing pollution which is causing diseases and deaths among the people of the city. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service
A dirty street in India’s capital New Delhi. The authorities are so careless that they do not get the localities cleaned. Bureaucratic and political corruption is the main reason for dirty streets and increasing pollution which is causing diseases and deaths among the people of the city. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service

Delhi Assembly Research Centre Fellowship Programme

The Delhi Government has announced its Delhi Assembly Research Centre Fellowship Programme. As part of the Programme, Delhi Assembly provides an opportunity to the young people to participate in the initiatives of the Delhi Assembly Research Centre (DARC).

The Centre, according to the government, aims to establish itself as a world-class research centre for legislators, government officials, citizens, and organizations.

The selected candidates will be involved in crucial phases of legislation, committees, and overall governance in the state.

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Fellows and Associate Fellows will be assigned to work with the legislators and Delhi Assembly Secretariat and in close coordination with the Departments of Delhi Government.

The government says that a consolidated sum of ₹1,00,000 per month to Fellows and ₹60,000 per month to Associate Fellows will be provided in the form of stipend.

The last date to apply is February 25, 2019. Click here to get more information about the Programme.

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