Are you an enthusiast, student or scholar? Are you ready to explore and research India’s rich cultural heritage? If yes, then apply for the Sahapedia-UNESCO fellowship.
To provide enthusiasts, students and scholars an opportunity to engage with and explore India’s rich cultural heritage, Sahapedia has announced the third edition of its Fellowship programme.
UNESCO’s Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage 2003 (referred to as UNESCO 2003 Convention hereafter), refers to “the importance of the intangible cultural heritage as a mainspring of cultural diversity and a guarantee of sustainable development.”
The Sahapedia–UNESCO Fellowship is part of their efforts to raise awareness – at local, national and international levels – of the importance of intangible heritage, and increase access to communities, groups and individuals.
The Sahapedia–UNESCO Fellowship is supported by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.
Through this initiative, Fellows will be encouraged to conduct documentation and critical research in diverse areas of cultural knowledge, while interacting with and enhancing networks that contribute to their creation.
Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowships in India Funding Information
Selected candidates will be granted an award of R44,445. Applicable Income Tax will be deducted at source as per the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Thus, the award will amount to R40,000 which will be released in three installments, based on the completion of specific deliverables.
Selected candidates working in regional languages will receive an additional sum of up to R10,000 for translation.
Fellowship has to be completed in the time-frame of twenty-eight (28) weeks between 1 September and 15 March .
Failure to submit the Fellowship requirements within the stipulated timeframe will result in the cancellation of that Fellowship.
Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowships in India Categories
Fellowships are divided into research, documentation, or a combination of the two categories.
Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowships in India Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who were awarded the Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowship previously are not eligible to apply.
Languages: Fellowship is available in the following languages this year – English, Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, and Malayalam.
Application Guidelines for Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowships in India
The following materials are to be submitted as a part of the application:
Apply by 30th June.
Put the link out here using the format, e.g. For more information and application details, see; Sahapedia-UNESCO Fellowships in India
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