Application open for Dayitwa: Nepal Public Service Fellowship 2014


2014-04-05 - 2014-04-05



Nepal Ko Yuwa invites application from talented and passionate Nepali students and young professionals from various sectors to undertake Dayitwa fellowship at different public agencies and with selected Constituent Assembly members.

The intensive three-month long fellowship (June-August 2014) gives the outstanding Nepali youths an opportunity to work with the senior bureaucrats & CA members and support them in bringing the change we want to see in the public system.

Application deadline: February 28, 2014. 

Government Agencies you will be working in

  1. Ministry of Peace & Reconstruction
  2. Kathmandu Metropolitan City
  3. Ministry of Industry
  4. Office of the President
  5. Ministry of Education
  6. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  7. Investment Board Nepal
CA members you will be working with
  1. Abhisekh Pratap Shah
  2. Dr. Baburam Bhattarai
  3. Chandreshwor Jha
  4. Chitralekha Yadav
  5. Gagan Thapa
  6. Gokarna Bista
  7. Madhav Kumar Nepal
  8. Prakash Man Singh
  9. Rabindra Adhikary
  10. Shyam Kumar Shrestha
  11. Som Pandey
 
Fellow’s Competencies
The ideal fellows will be highly motivated and talented Nepali youths living abroad and in Nepal, who are passionate about Nepal’s development with the goal of leveraging their outstanding credentials, analytical abilities, and professional and academic networks to find practical solutions to solve our nation’s challenges.
 
Required (must meet to be considered)
  1. Have high academic achievement (respected university, high GPA, coursework rigor)
  2. Academic training or professional experience in (one or more of) the skills listed below:
  3. Law degree (LLB minimum) or
  4. Pursuing or obtained an MA in Human Rights, Humanitarian law, International Relations
  5. Availability for at least for 10 weeks between June 1st and September 1st 2013
  6. Demonstrated leadership in university, community or in professional field
  7. Passion, interest and a personal sense of Dayitwa towards Nepal’s development
 
Preferred (highly desirable)
  1. Academic training in LLM, Transitional Justice
  2. Previous work experience in Transitional justice, or relevant areas
  3. Demonstrated leadership or active participation in Nepal-related initiatives or issues
  4. Desire to actively contribute to Nepal’s development
  5. Previous work experience in developing countries
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