“Dr.B.R. Ambedkar Rural Education Fellowship” is completely funded by State Government of Telangana, India and will be conducted for Schools & College serving the discriminated communities of India, such as Dalits and Tribals. The execution will be done by KAARMIC Education Services.
• Live at the Residential School during the fellowship and work to help students create a brighter future for themselves.
• Design and Run your own Learning Lab for the Placement School on the principles of Frugal Innovation.
• Facilitate 4 Daily Activity Sessions of our Curriculum to 160 students across batches at the Lab.
• Work on a secondary project along with the students to improve the School’s overall learning capacity.
• Fellows have the opportunity to introduce technology and internet to a community that has never experienced it before.
• Work with your co-fellow at placement school to design and deliver learning experiences (Extra Curricular/Recreational Learning practice events - Guitar, Painting, Typing, Computers, etc.) for the whole school to become better learners.
• Work to achieve adoption of all learning & development initiatives in collaboration with the School.
• Evaluate efficacy of the curriculum every week and contribute to curriculum improvement.
• Co-fellow not guaranteed for all placement schools.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
• The opportunity to heave a meaningful impact on the education and lives of students from
• This experience will change your life in ways you had never imagined, and will teach you to look at life
in a different way!
• Transferrable skills in leadership, people-management, public-speaking, conflict resolution, relationship
building, time management, problem solving and many more.
• A reference (upon request)
Details of the Fellowship:
Application deadline: 30th April,2017
Positions Open: 60 Fellows (60 Institutions)
Start Date: July 15, 2018
End Date: January 15, 2019
Salary and benefits
Stipend: INR 15,000-20,000/- Per Fellow/Month
• Autodidacts required.
• High proficiency in English Language.
• Ability to adapt with and be open minded about cultures.
• Good interaction and prioritisation skills while dealing with myriad of tasks.
• Leadership skills which would help bring out the leader in others.
• Resilience and iterative at work.
• Mentally prepared for living in a low-resource rural setting.
• Be engaging and enthusiastic around young people