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Anant Fellowship

Anant National University is offering Anant Fellowship Programme in Ahmedabad. This Fellowship aims to nurture and empower solutionaries (revolutionaries with tangible, constructive, innovative solutions) who will take aspects like equity and sustainability into consideration while designing, developing, planning, and preserving the built environment of our country. 

Eligibility: Students with a sound academic record, who have successfully completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

  • The fellowship is open to students from all backgrounds. Preference, however, will be given to students from the disciplines of architecture, design, planning, environmental sciences, civil and construction engineering, archaeology, heritage and conservation, and relevant social science disciplines of anthropology, sociology, history, geography, geology and other allied fields. 
  • Students admitted must be able to show a demonstrated commitment to improving the Built Environment and an understanding of the issues pertaining to the area.
Selection process:   Resume, SOP, and Work Sample to be submitted electronically on or before July 31, 2017, by submitting a completed application form available online.

  • Candidates shortlisted will be invited for two rounds of telephonic and/or in-person interview before the final decision is communicated to them. 
  • Those selected for admission will be automatically eligible for full scholarship covering Tuition, Boarding, and Lodging.   
What it offers: Tuition, board and lodging to the tune of Rs 6,50,000 will be provided as full scholarship.

  • Fully refundable deposit to secure admission: Rs 10,000. 

Deadline: July 31, 2017

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