Saraswati Dalmia (1915—2010) was a scholar and a poet and belonged to the generation of women of the 30s who contributed to the struggle for independence in India. While she continued to do social service, in her poems she also encouraged and supported women to action with great intuition and intelligence. Her inspirational writing in Hindi evolved new forms in prose and poetry. After her marriage to the industrialist R.K. Dalmia she also established a trust for the promotion of research and writing. In her evolution as a significant writer, at a time when women were not encouraged to enter the public domain, her life acts as a beacon for the struggle to survive against tremendous odds.
- nglish language condition proof- 1st June 2019
- Notification of selection- June 2019 via Mail (If the candidate does not receive a notification by the end of June, the application should be assumed unsuccessful)
- Students interested in full-time or part-time MPhil/PhD undertaking research in the field of Indian art from 1500 up to the present day.
- Applicants currently enrolled on the first year of the full-time (or part-time equivalent) MPhil/PhD shall be considered but preference will be given to new admissions.
- New applicants aspiring for the Mphil/PhD Programme must have an offer of admission by the time the scholarship selection process starts.
- The students must meet their English requirements as per the college through their English test.
How to Apply
Step 1: Apply only via online scholarship application. Click here for the application form.
Step 2: Fill the application form carefully with all the relevant details.
Step 3: Submit the application.
The last date for application is
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