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Fellowship   focus on youth
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Fellowship   focus on youth
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Fellowship focus on youth

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Gandhi Fellowship focus on youth leadership. A program to create change leaders.

Gandhi Fellowship focus on youth leadership. A program to create change leaders.

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  • 1. Piramal Fellowship Marketing Presentation PSL
  • 2. Pressing Challenges In India Challenge 1: India is faced with too many problems Challenge 2: Lack of Leadership Challenge 3: No institutional learning programs to seed Change Leaders.. Young people, even from the top educational institutions in India remain, largely unexposed, if not indifferent, to these problems, to speak nothing of their resolution.
  • 3. Young Hi-fliers of Corporate India Covered in Money Today Young Designers showcase Indian ethnic wears in Paris Fashion Week Young IT Indian Professionals in demand in the west More than 3000 Young doctors leave India for studies and practice abroad every year.
  • 4. YOUTH ARE KEEN BUT DISTRACTED BUT !!! • COMPETITION IS HIGH • PARENTS EXPECT ME TO SETTLE WELL IN LIFE - NEED A GOOD LIFE-STYLE, LUXURY, FAMILY AND STATUS • I NEED TO PAY MY MBA/IIT/ EDUCATIONAL LOANS • I HAVE NO ROLE MODEL, INSPIRATION OR GUIDE TO SHOW ME THE WAY AND BELIEVE IN MY POTENTIAL
  • 5. Today’s Youth are Tomorrow’s Nation Builders  Youth constitutes more than half of India’s population(under the age of 25)  Are Passionate, energetic, creative and fresh  Are full of ideas of social change and have the drive to make a difference  By 2020 India’s average age will be just 29 years making it the youngest country in the world Piramal Fellowship invests in the most important asset in India – YOUTH By 2020 more than 1000 Piramal fellows will be creating impact in varied domain
  • 6. Who is a Piramal Fellow? • Youth – – – – – Striving for excellence either academics or extra circulars Is a Team player Who require support in their Idea journey Leadership Skills shown in college and outside Who are ready to take the risk and embark on a 2 year journey • 2014-16 Batch target – 70 % Toppers from Top College & - 30 % from B List College
  • 7. Diversity Of Fellowship % % • • • • 30-Urban Schooled 30- Rural Schooled 30- State Location 10-Diverse Sources • A – 25- Pure Science, Applied Science, Engineering and Technology • B – 5 – Social Work and Development Studies • C – 20 -Commerce and Business Management • D – 20 - Art, Liberal Arts, Humanities, Arts and Aesthetics, Performing Arts, Literature, Language, Habitat Studies, Labour and Management, Population Studies, Anthropology • E - 20- Media and Journalism and Communication studies • F – 10 - Law, Design, Yoga, Architecture, Film Making, Medicine
  • 8. Number of Piramal Fellows Year 5 Year 6 Focus on Top Achievers 123 104 Year 4 Year 3 Year 2 Year 1 36 23 11 101
  • 9. Impact of Fellowship Inner Transformation 1 Fellow 2 Year + 730 Days of Action &Reflection, Peer Learning, Grassroots understanding Outer Change 1 Fellow Transformation of 5 Schools, 5 Headmasters, 50 Teachers & 500 Children

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