Congress Announces Public Policy Fellowship Program. You Can Apply

Public Policy Fellowship Program
Public Policy Fellowship Program

The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) – which is the student wing of India’s main opposition party Congress – has announced a fellowship program under the banner: Future of India.

The 4-week program aims to engage intellectuals and professionals (if there are any) to discuss, debate, and think the future of India through public policy initiatives.

The traditional Congress leaders such as Ajay Maken, Sachin Pilot, Sam Pitroda, Jairam Ramesh, Shashi Tharoor, Salman Khurshid, and P. Chidambaram will lead the program.

According to NSUI, the fellowship will focus on developing an understanding of the political considerations and implications of different policy choices to build a new generation of liberal, democratic, and compassionate young leaders across India.

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NSUI believes that the fellowship will bridge the gap between the theory and practice of policy making, by facilitating interactions with leading policy makers, through field visits, and simulation exercises.

The program will be held in Delhi during June 11 – July 6, 2018. All students and young professional under the age of 30 years are eligible to apply. Selected fellows will be notified by May 26, 2018.

Photo courtesy: NSUI

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