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Quill Foundation announces Scholarship for Law Students

Sukriti Singh
11 Feb 2016 8:47 AM GMT
Quill Foundation announces Scholarship for Law Students
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Quill Foundation is an autonomous institution engaging in research and advocacy in India. Founded in 2015, Quill's core work revolves around pertinent issues of human rights, justice, and equity, faced by the underprivileged sections of the people of India, especially Adivasis, Dalits, Muslims, women, sexual minorities and differently-abled persons. Presently, the Delhi based Law and Human Rights Cell (LHRC), under Quill, seeks to examine the many ways in which legal and judicial processes form the context of everyday injustices.

The foundation is introducing a Scholarship/Mentoring Program for young members of society who are academically meritorious, financially week and are interested in doing law and engaging with community issues. Quill fellows will be mentored throughout their LLB program by placing them with rights groups, community organizations, and law firms. The fellows will be trained with a vision to become community resource persons for taking up everyday struggles around rights and state provisioning.

Eligibility



  1. The candidate must have passed 10+2 exam.
  2. The candidate must have scored minimum 60% marks in English optional/elective subjects in 10+2.
  3. The candidate must not be opting for payment/self financing seats.
  4. The candidate must be financially week and unable to pay for their education.


The applications for the scholarship must be submitted online, click here to apply.

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