SBI youth for India fellowship programme Launched by SBI
By Neelima Shankar
May 6, 2014
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State bank of India launched a new programme SBI youth for India (YFI). YFI is a rural fellowship programme. This is a one year programme designed to train the youth and make them the change agent in the remote areas of the country.

The program is for the young generation only. The young graduates and professional who are enthusiastic and wish to work for bringing the change in the country can apply for this programme. The interested candidates can register before 30th June. The programme was initially launched three years back in 2011 in association with three NGOs: MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, BAIF Development Research Foundation and Seva Mandi. The candidates will get to work on the projects with these experienced NGOs.

In the beginning year the programme attracted many number of seekers from well renowned organizations. This is the second time that YFI has announced the fellowship.

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