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Centre for Cultural Resources and Training jobs for Junior Senior Fellowship in Delhi. Last Date to apply: 10 Oct 2017

Junior Senior Fellowship
Centre for Cultural Resources and Training
Any Post Graduate
Centre for Cultural Resources and Training
Last Date 10 Oct 2017
Date of posting: 07 Sep 17
Scheme For The Award Of Fellowship To Outstanding Persons in The Field Of Culture

Objectives : A review of Government efforts in the fields of creative arts revealed that while academicians, scientists had scope for independent work both in an institutional frame-work through fellowships instituted by the University Grants Commission, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, there was no scheme which provides similar facilities and opportunities in the fields of creative arts or for revival of some of our traditional forms of art. A milieu of freedom supported by financial security could perhaps provide the much needed congeniality of atmosphere for further works in this field. It is also observed that although there are schemes to cover the age group of 10-14 years (Cultural Talent Search Scholarships Scheme) and the age group of 18-25 years (Scheme of Scholarships for Young Artistes in Different Cultural Fields),there were no schemes which would provide the basic financial support either for very advanced training or individual creative effort for revival of some of our traditional forms of arts. The scheme of awarding fellowships to outstanding persons in various creative fields of culture is intended to fill this gap. The scheme would also cover artistes in rural/tribal areas.

Fields/Areas :
  • Senior/Junior Fellowships in the Field of Performing, Literary and Plastic Arts.
  • Performing Arts ( Music/Dance/Theatre/Folk Traditional & Indigenous Arts including Puppetry)
  • Literary Arts (Travelogue/History & Theory of Literature)
  • Plastic Arts (Graphics/Sculpture/Painting including Folk Paintings and Research Work on Traditional Paintings/Creative Photography)
  • Senior/Junior Fellowships in the New Areas related to Culture.
In the ‘New Areas related to culture’, projects are sought in the following fields :
  • Indology
  • Epigraphy
  • Sociology of Culture
  • Cultural Economics
  • Structural and Engineering Aspects of Monuments
  • Numismatics
  • Scientific and Technical aspects of Conservation
  • Management aspects of Art and Heritage
  • Studies relating to application of Science and technology in areas related to culture and creativity.

Number of fellowships : The number of fellowships will be up to 400 each year. These are of two types, namely, senior and junior fellowship. The number of senior fellowships will be 200 of the value of Rs.20,000/- each per month for the artistes in the age group of above 40 years. The Number of junior fellowships will be 200 and these will be of the value of Rs.10,000/- each per month for the artistes in the age group of 25-40 years. Age will be reckoned as on 1st April of the year.

Eligibility : Applicant for senior Fellowship should not be the recipient of pension from Ministry of Culture under the scheme for grant of financial assistance to artistes in indigent circumstances.
An applicant should not have availed of the same fellowship earlier. However an applicant who had been awarded a Junior Fellowship can apply for a Senior Fellowship, provided 5 years have elapsed after the closure of the earlier project. Graduation is the minimum educational qualification for applicants in the fields/areas listed in Para II (b) of the Scheme.

Hiring Process : Written-test

Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF

About Centre for Cultural Resources and Training

The Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) is one of the premier institutions working in the field of linking education with culture. Established in 1979, pioneered by Smt. Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay and Dr. Kapila Vatsyayan, it functions as an autonomous organization under the aegis of Ministry of Culture, Government of India. At the philosophical core of the CCRT lies a commitment to holistic education, encompassing the cognitive, emotional and spiritual development of children. To this end the CCRT conducts education grounded in cultural knowledge and understanding as conducive to clarity, creativity, independence of thought, tolerance and compassion.

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