*NABARD HAS OFFERED FULL SCHOLARSHIP FOR CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY NGOs. THIS
MAIL IS TO INFORM THE NGOs ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY.*
Please find attached an announcement for the third batch of “Diploma in
Participatory Rural Development” being organized by Manavodaya Institute of
Participatory Development, Lucknow in collaboration with the famous Tata
Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. The 3rd batch starts in July
and *admissions will be over by 15th June, 2017.*
TISS is a world class institution for education and research in social
development. Manavodaya Institute is well known for its work in
Participatory Rural Development where students from all over the world have
been receiving training on the subject for the past 20 years. (See
www.manavodaya.org). With the joining of hands of these two institutions,
the students get the best possible learning on the subject.
This is a professional course and we are looking for students who are
seriously interested in making a career in the development sector.* The
course is run in Hindi and English. Hence candidates from the Hindi
speaking belt can easily do the course.*
The announcement and the brief description are attached. There are limited
seats and we advise candidates to apply early till the time seats are
We conducted the twentieth batch of an international course on the same
subject attended by students from Europe and South Africa this year.
Manavodaya Institute of Participatory Development
I.I.M. Road, Lucknow
Phone : 8090061459
PS : The fees structure is as follows : Total fees Rs. 44,600. *NABARD is
offering full scholarship for students nominated by NGOs.* This year it is
being extended to the entire country. The students have only to bear hostel
and food expenses in Lucknow. There are many half scholarships.
*Most students of the last batch got interview calls even before they
completed the course. Apart from building professional skills, it is
extremely good for the career of students.*
NB: the above information is shared by the Institute (MIPD) and you need to directly
get in touch with them for any clarifications.