Delhi CM's urban leadership fellows programme launched

An opportunity for young leaders to work with the Delhi government and learn about governance

GN Bureau | June 15, 2016


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Arvind Kejriwal, chief minister, Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal, chief minister, Delhi

The Delhi government has launched an initiative that provides an opportunity to young leaders from across the country to work within the state government to address pressing urban challenges.

 
Called the Delhi Chief Minister’s Urban Leadership Fellows programme, the fellowship aims to attract outstanding young men and women, under the age of 35 years, who are passionate about public service. The aspirants should be willing to work for one or two years.
 
The fellow’s work will entail working with a department and assisting in policy research analysis, planning and implementation as well as design new programmes and schemes.
 
It is described as a unique challenging opportunity to shape the Delhi model of governance. The fellows’ role will be hands-on. The last date for applications is July 4.
 
Apply here 

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