Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Programme is funded by Tokyo/Nippon Foundation, Japan.
Objectives and Scope of the Programme
The objective of the Program is to support the education of students enrolled in doctoral degree programmes in the Schools and Centres of Humanities and Social Sciences (School of Social Sciences, School of International Studies, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies, School of Arts & Aesthetics, Centre for the Studies in Law and Governance, and Centre for Sanskrit Studies).
It is aimed at identifying and encouraging students with high potential for leadership in national, regional, and international affairs, in public life as well as in private endeavours, by awarding fellowships. These fellowships will be awarded to outstanding students in Social Sciences and Humanities whose studies focus on the theme, 'Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Socio-Economic, Political and Cultural Dimensions of Human Development'.
Click for SYLFF Fellowships for the year 2013 (last date : 10th December, 2013).