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Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) invites applications for ICHR Junior Research Fellowships (JRF), 2020-21 from students enrolled for PhD in recognized universities in the field of historical studies. The award for JRF will be based on an online Entrance Test and Presentation-cum-Interview. The scholarship awarded is worth INR 17,600 per month for 2 years along with a contingency grant.
To be eligible, the candidate must be:
Note: Usual reservation will be applied to SC, ST, PwD students
Self-attested copies of the following documents should be attached with the application form:
Note: DD/Bankers Cheque for a fee of INR 500 should be drawn in favour of the DDO, ICHR, New Delhi, payable at Delhi (Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories are exempted from payment of the fee).
Follow the below steps to apply for the scholarship:
Step 1: Visit the online application website.
Step 2: Select "Junior Research Fellow" in Äpplication for" section and select the exam centre.
Step 3: Fill in the personal details (name, age, family, bank details etc).
Step 4: Upload a photo and signature.
Step 5: Submit the application form.
The hard copy of the application along with self-attested copies of the certificates of educational qualifications, date of birth, experience and signed copy of checklist etc. should be sent by post to the following address:
Indian Council of Historical Research
No. 35 Ferozeshah Road
New Delhi – 110001
Note: The application fee of INR 500 should also be sent along with other documents in the form of a demand draft (not applicable for SC/ST/Persons with Disability (PWD)).
The candidates will be selected based on an entrance exam conducted in two stages:
Merit will be drawn on the basis of aggregate marks of Stage I and II, that is, 100 + 60 = 160 (total marks). The total number of fellowships offered is 80.
For more details on the exam syllabus and examination centres, check the link here.
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