Career Plans: Class of 2012
The inaugural batch of Young India Fellows are already taking the next leaps to reaching their stars. Graduates of the 2011-12 group have been offered admission to leading universities in the US and Europe and placements within top national and multi-national corporate houses as well as some of the most respected development and sustainability programmes both in India and overseas.
UK & Europe: Oxford University, INSEAD (joint programme with Wharton), London School of Economics (LSE), Imperial College, Sciences Po (France), Hertie School of Governance (Germany).
US: New York University (NYU), The University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, Cornell University, Duke University, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Michigan, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Cincinnati.
Fulbright Scholarship; University of Cincinnati, Duke University, Sciences Po and Carnegie Mellon University (MSPPM Dean’s Scholarship to pursue Public Policy and Management); and final round shortlists for Aga Khan Foundation scholarship and Chevening Scholarships.
Research assistantship at ISB; legal and research associateship at upcoming university, the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS).
Aavishkaar, Azim Premji Foundation, Indicorps, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Rule of Law programme (Singapore), Natural Justice, Omidyar, Prime Minister's Rural Development Fellowship (PMRDF), Skills Academy, Solarsis, Takshila Education.
Boston Consulting Group, Cipla, Dua Consulting, Ernst & Young, Fabindia, Genpact, Henkel, IMRB International, Infibeam, Info Edge (Naukri.com), Infostellar, Intellecap, Kaleidoscope Entertainment, McKinsey & Co, Microsoft, MyParichay, Quicksand, Shingora Textiles, Star TV, Technopak, Toshiba (in Japan) and 99labels, among others.