Updated: March 31, 2021 10:27:20 am
Applications for DS Radhakrishnan Chair fellowships and student engagement internship opportunities in Rajya Sabha Research and Study (RSRS) Scheme closes on March 31, 2021. Interested candidates pursuing graduation, post-graduation can send the duly filled applications by March 31.
The duration of the chair is for two years, extendable up to one year. A total of four fellowships and 10 internships will be provided for the duration of two months during summer vacation. The fellows are entitled to get a grant of Rs 8 lakh and an addition of Rs 50,000 as a contingency grant, as per the official website. The interns would be paid a consolidated amount of Rs 10,000 per month as a stipend.
How to apply:
– For Dr. S Radhakrishnan Chair and Rajya Sabha Fellowships candidates may send relevant documents to email@example.com
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– For Rajya Sabha Student Engagement Internships, candidates may send relevant documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr S Radhakrishnan Chair-
— The chair is open to an eminent researcher/academic of repute/expert who has a proven record of research/scholarship and publications in the study of the political system, democratic institutions, and socio-economic challenges.
— Former Members of Parliament/State Legislatures and former officers of Parliament/State Legislature Secretariats.
Rajya Sabha Fellowships-
— The fellowship is open to scholars who have relevant educational qualifications/experience for undertaking the study in line with the objective of the scheme.
— Candidates who have worked as former Members of Parliament/ State Legislatures and former officers of Parliament/State Legislature Secretariats.
Rajya Sabha Student Engagement Internships-
— Students pursuing graduation and post-graduation courses in any discipline would be eligible for the internship program.
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