Friday, January 29, 2016

[biofuelwatch] Call for the Duleep Matthai Nature Conservation Fellowship Programme 2016 [1 Attachment]

Dear All,

It is our pleasure to share with you the 'Call for Proposals for the Duleep Matthai Nature Conservation Fellowship Programme 2016'. The fellowship programme, administered by Foundation for Ecological Security(FES), supports initiatives that  contribute to conserving and enhancing India's Ecological Security, particularly its basic life support systems, through protecting, restoring and enhancing the country's natural ecosystems, especially fragile ecosystems,  conservation of endemic and  endangered plant and animal species and their habitats.

The fellowships are open to Indian citizens, below 30 years of age, who demonstrate interest in the objective of the call. 

All applications should be sent to The application should include: 

  • A proposal (within 2000 words) that clearly articulates the problem, analysis and proposed course of action, a tentative time-frame, a tentative budget and a section on links/references, if any. Importantly, the applicants should not only explain how they would spend the two years, but also what they hope to achieve through the fellowship.
  • Curriculum vitae of the applicant. 
  • Recommendation letter from three referees (other than relatives), along with their complete mailing address, phone number, email and Skype address (if available). 

A note on the call for fellowships is attached for your reference. Applications for the same are open until 10th February 2016. 

We request you to share the announcement with your colleagues and other networks who might find it interesting. 

Best regards, 

The Duleep Matthai Nature Conservation Trust

Subrata Singh
Foundation for Ecological Security
PO Box-29, Anand-388001, Gujarat, India
Ph: 02692-261239, Fax-02692-262087
(M) +919879545013

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