Charkha announces fellowship for women journalistsNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:47 am ICT by admin
Being key players and playing multifarious roles within their homes and in society, these reflect alternate viewpoints on a host of issues and add value in dealing with the crisis that people have faced for nearly two decades.
Charkha wants to encourage writings by women in the region to bring out these insights. Through its feature services in Hindi, English and Urdu, the writings will be disseminated through national and regional media to reach a vast readership across the country.
The fellowship is open to all women writers and journalists residing in Jammu and Kashmir between the ages of 25-45 years.
Applications are invited in Hindi, English and Urdu. There will be three fellowships for six months with a total value of Rs.12,000, each and will be selected by a Jury of eminent people in the media and academia both in J-K and from the national mainstream.
Those who have already received the Sanjoy Ghose Fellowship are not eligible.
The fellowships will be awarded in New Delhi on December 7, 2007 to mark the birthday of the founder of Charkha, social activist, Sanjoy Ghose.
More details are available on the website: www.charkha.org. The applications should be sent by post to: The President, Charkha Development Communication Network, G-15/11-12 Malviya Nagar, New Delhi 110 017.
The last date of receiving applications is November 2, 2007. (ANI)
- Charkha Development Communication Network announces two awards for Ladakhi writers - Sep 28, 2010
- NGO announces media fellowship for J-K writers and journalists - Nov 14, 2007
- Charkha marks its 15th Founders Day - Dec 08, 2009
- H. K. Dua presents "Charkha" communication awards to Ladakhi women - Dec 08, 2010
- Charkha Development Comm. Network wins award for "Best Feature Service" - Apr 20, 2010
- Urdu media modernises, but declining readership a worry - Jul 04, 2011
- Fellowship for scribes writing on hunger - May 09, 2012
- Charka awards Sanjoy Ghose Media Fellowship and Ladakh Women WritersAward - Dec 07, 2008
- A women writers forum formed in Kashmir - Jun 14, 2008
- English mass-market books tap Hindi speakers (Feature) - Aug 10, 2012
- CSDS offering fellowships to journalists - Sep 10, 2011
- Hyderabad to host world Urdu editors conference - Dec 26, 2011
- Vice president asks Urdu media to focus on today's issues - Dec 30, 2011
- The changing contours of Hindi discussed - Mar 13, 2011
- Muslim paper takes up Hindu cause, furthers oneness - Sep 09, 2011
Tags: 45 years, communication network, development communication, disseminated, feature services, fellowships, jammu and kashmir, last date, malviya nagar, New Delhi, regional media, sanjoy ghose, social activist, urdu, women journalists, women writers