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Partnerships

The fellowship is benevolently supported by funding, knowledge and infrastructure partners who together facilitate our sustenance and smooth functioning. Click on the logos to be redirected to the respective website.
TATA Trusts
From 2016 cohort onward, the Tata Trust has come forward to support the fellowship through grant. This is part of the Tata Trust’s strategy for entry-level professionals that aim to strengthen, build and create human resources for the developmental sector. The need of the hour is to saturate the sector with new, young and diverse cross section of persons, who if guided and provided the appropriate opportunities can become key contributors to the development of the country. The Trust sees the fellowship as one such platform.
IUIF Logo UNESCO Ideosync
Starting 2016 cohort onward, from the selected fellows, a handful will work as “Ideosync UNESCO India Fellow”. Ideosync Media Combine is our existing host organization partner and will implement the same. Ideosync envisions a world where all communities are empowered with communication and information sharing skills, tools, technology and infrastructure.
Vidya Bhawan
Located in the city of lakes Udaipur in Rajasthan, Vidya Bhawan has been working since 1931 to provide quality education to children and youth from all sections of society. The vision of Vidya Bhawan is to build responsible and capable citizens by providing democratic, secular and socially meaningful quality educational experience. At India Fellow, the induction training of the fellows is conducted at the Vidya Bhawan campus.
Sanskriti Kendra
The Sanskriti Kendra is the Sanskriti Foundation’s Cultural Centre located in an idyllic natural environment with sprawling lawns, towering trees, flowering shrubs, lotus-ponds, homes to birds and butterflies in south Delhi. Known for it's architecture and art connect, it serves as conducive space for reflective, innovative and interactive work. At India Fellow, we conduct the midpoint and endpoint training of the fellows at the Sanskriti Kendra campus.