Teach for India Fellowship 2016

Teach for India Fellowship 2016

Teach For India Fellowship 2016

About: The Teach For India Fellowship program, is an opportunity for India’s youth to serve as full-time teachers to children from low-income communities in some of the nation’s most under-resourced schools.

Through this experience of teaching in classrooms and working with key education stakeholders like students, principals, and parents, Fellows will get exposed to the realities of India’s education system.

Fellows will also begin to cultivate the knowledge, skills, and mindsets necessary to attain positions of leadership in education and identify their role in building a wider movement for educational equity in the country.

Selection Process: Fellowship is a highly selective and coveted program & fellows are selected through the 3 staged process.

Stage 1: The Application form & Online Test
Stage 2: Phone Interview
Stage 3: In-person Assessment at the centre

Eligibility: Anyone from across the country, with varied levels of professional experience – college students, working youth, experienced professionals, and entrepreneurs are eligible.

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Duration:
– Two Year.
– The two-year commitment is necessary to make the impact we wish to have on student achievement.

Stipend:
– Fellows will be paid a salary of Rs. 17,500 per month.
– If required to relocate, Fellows will be given a housing allowance ranging from Rs.5500 to 10,000.
– In addition, Fellows will receive an allowance for school supplies.

For more details:
– Apply online through this link.
– Please visit website www.teachforindia.org for further information.
– Also read Application & Fellowships FAQs.


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Teach for India Fellowship 2016

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