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IndianOil Academic Scholarships

Scholars of IndianOil Educational Scholarship Scheme
The Administrator of IndianOil Educational Scholarship Scheme is  M/s SGM Technologies Noida

For any query/clarification/grievance or to send feedback forms/attested copies of mark sheets/any other documents, the Scholars should contact M/s SGM Technologies, Noida as per detail given below:

SGM Technologies
E-218B, Upper Ground Floor,
Noida, Sector-63,
Uttar Pradesh-201301

Help Desk Telephone numbers
9810421827 / 9810422305

For more information on IndianOil Educational Scholarship Schem you can check here:


IndianOil Sports Scholarships

IndianOil recognizes the importance of sports as a tool for development of its future leaders besides building brand equity. IndianOil has been promoting sports in a big way for over three decades now. Promotion of sports is integral to IndianOil’s CSR philosophy. It is aimed at providing opportunities to outstanding sports persons with a view to facilitating their performance in bringing laurels for the Corporation as well as the country. The Corporation has identified ten games i.e. Cricket, Hockey, Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Golf, Billiards/Snooker, Athletics, Chess & Carrom as thrust games.

Over the years, IndianOil has recruited over 100 sportspersons in Men/ Women category. Some of the sportspersons associated with IndianOil are Rohit Sharma, cricketer and K. Shrikant who has been recently awarded the Arjuna Award, Ajinkya Rahane, cricketer, P. Gopichand, P Kashyap, Aparna Popat from Badminton; Devesh Chauhan, Deepak Thakur, Prabhjot Singh from Hockey and many more.

IndianOil has on its rolls 65 sportspersons representing various sports disciplines on behalf of the Nation, their respective States, Petroleum Sports Promotion Board etc.

Programme Officer in ActionAid

Job Title Programme Officer- Programmes Unit, ActionAid Association
Job Location Country Office, New Delhi
Nature of Employment 3 Years Contract
Grade III B
Nature of Job  Programme support & coordination
About ActionAid Association ActionAid Association (AAA) is a national organization and an affiliate of ActionAid International federation, a global movement of people working together to further human rights and committed to defeat poverty and injustice. Working in India since 1972, AAA currently operates out of 12 Regional Offices, spread across 25 States and one Union Territory. A non-profit, AAA has been working with people, by building their agencies and solidarities at local, national and international levels.
Duties and Responsibilities Key Responsibilities include:-

  • Help in setting up the project review teams in consultation with relevant functions.
  • Ensure timely disbursement of project funds after necessary approvals.
  • Responsible for managing the Projects MIS in the Programmes Unit.
  • Follow up on programmatic, financial and other statutory requirements for Long term and Short term initiatives.
  • Responsible for maintaining the filing and documentation system in the Programmes Unit.
  • Support in compiling the plans and budgets of various projects and programmes of ActionAid India.
  • Responsible for handling National Fund (NF) proposals (short term projects) including follow up of project proposals inviting feedback, ensuring approvals and fund disbursement.
  • Support the unit in programme reviews, appraisals and other strategic processes.
  • Assist in programme monitoring and evaluation of the projects.
  • Generate learning and support program development.
  • Support in building internal and external linkages to ensure smooth implementation of programmes.
  • Preparation of reports based on timelines.
  • Database Management and analysis.
Reporting to Senior Manager Programmes
Travel Extensive Travel
Skills and Competencies · be a Post Graduate in Social Sciences/Social Work/Rural Development/ Management;

· Preferably 3 years’ experience in project management.

· be a good team player, gender sensitive, having conviction and skills for the empowerment of the poor and disadvantaged groups;

· have proficiency in all applications of MS Office, especially Word and Excel;

· be willing to travel.

Salary & Benefits ApproxINR 4.73 Lakhs CTO (Cost to Organisation)per annum – this includes PF contribution.

In addition, other benefits – Group Medical Insurance with coverage of Staff & Dependents; Personal Accident Insurance of staff and gratuity is payable as per law and norms of the organisation.

To apply Please send your application, only on our ‘Standard Application Form’ available in the ‘Jobs’ section of our website:  through e-mail at .Please mention in the subject line of your e-mail “Programme Officer –PU”.

Online applications are strongly encouraged to enable ActionAid Association to store your profile in a permanent database. Please visit ActionAid Association’s e-Recruitment website at: system provides instructions for online application procedures.

All applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Applications received after the due date will not be accepted.

Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

Last Date for Receiving Application 31st  August 2016

You can apply from here:

Gandhi Fellowship Program

The Gandhi Fellowship Program is run and manged by Kaivalya Education Foundation and Piramal Foundation. The Fellowship is two-year programme for talented youngsters of India.
The program is aimed to develop a cadre of leaders to resolve the complexities of public system and bring social change. The Gandhi Fellowship is to provide youth with the opportunity for personal transformation through self-discovery and contribute to the causes around them. It creates a legitimate space for young people to engage with social issues in a real manner and devote their time to bring about school change through their tenure and effectively lead complex public systems in the future.

Who is applicable
They are looking for students of “top colleges” of India who have demonstrated leadership quality through their work in both academic as well as extracurricular activities. What is criteria of “top colleges” the fellowship providers decide according to their parameters. They also claims the extracurricular leadership by identifying in the form of school captain of sports, art club teams, house captain, president or secretary of college events, participation at state, national and international level competitions. Entrepreneurial activities are part of leadership experience.

Aplicants shall be entitled to an all-inclusive monthly grant of Rs. 14,000, a fixed monthly phone allowance of Rs. 600 and rent-free accommodation and other allowances as applicable. Out of the Fellowship of Rs. 14,000, half shall be paid on monthly basis and the remaining Rs. 7000 would be retained as interest-free reserve amount. The cumulative reserve amount will be paid at the end of the term of Fellowship after the period of 23 months. In case the Fellowship is terminated earlier, the cumulative reserve amount will be paid to you subject to their certain conditions.
Millionaire Social Ventures : Gandhi Fellowship is launching an exclusive Social Incubation & Enterprises Program. This program supports aspiring social entrepreneurs through special idea incubation, business mentor-ship and start-up funding support up to Rs 20 lakh after fellowship graduation.
You can check more detail information at:

Fellowship Programme of Azim Premji Foundation

Azim Premji Foundation’s Fellowship Programm to give an educational and social sector experience to a varius kind of applicants from a different backgrounds.

Two year’s Scholarship programme:

  • Year 1 would be distributed between – teaching in government schools, immersion in education to develop/ build their perspective along with participation in the activities of the Foundation’s District Institute (DI) where they are placed, to understand the various roles in the DI.
  • Year 2 would be focused upon capacity building of the Fellows based upon the role they could possibly contribute in the DI after the Fellowship.
During this period the focus would be to provide opportunities to the Fellows to build an understanding in the area of education through teaching and capacity building in various roles in the DI. They will be actively mentored and will benefit from hands-on experience of working in the field.
Fellows will be posted to some of the least developed districts of rural districts of Karnataka and need to be prepared to live and work in the highly challenging environments that they will encounter there.
Fellows should have 3 to 10 years of work experience, with a post-graduate or a professional degree in any discipline. Knowledge of Kannada is required. We welcome people from a variety of backgrounds. What is important is your willingness to explore the social sector and the desire to contribute.
If any one wants fellowship then can apply here:
Applicants can contact for inquiries:
Azim Premji Foundation
#134 Doddakannelli,
Next to Wipro Corporate Office,
Sarjapur Road,
Bangalore – 560035
Tel: +91-80-6614 4900/01/02
Fax: +91-80-6614 4903

Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellows Scheme

Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India

PMRD Fellowship is an initiative of the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) where in the focus is to reduce poverty and improve the lives of people in rural India. PMRD Fellowship is being implemented in collaboration with State Governments. During the two-year duration of the Fellowship, PMRD Fellows will work closely with District Magistrates of backward and remote districts in improving programme delivery and interface with marginalized sections, aiming to reduce the developmental and governance deficits.

Fellows will also participate in a post graduate degree programme through e-enabled distance learning and contact sessions leading to M.Sc/M.Phil in Development Practice, to be conducted by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Immediately after successful completion of the two year fellowship, a PMRD Fellow is required to spend one year in public service as a paid full-time employee of the State Rural Livelihood Mission in the State she/he is assigned to. It is expected that by their work in the field as well as through their participation in the academic programme, PMRD Fellows will enhance their capacity in programme implementation, gain field experience, acquire professional knowledge in development practice and become capable development leaders and facilitators – a much needed resource for ensuring equitable growth in India.

Thus the PMRD Fellowship has the twin objective of providing short term catalytic support to the district administration in remote districts to improve programme delivery as well as to develop a cadre of committed and competent development leaders and facilitators, who are available as a resource for rural development over the long term.