Graduate Students Research Grant (GSRG) Announced

UNICEF, in partnership with Childreach Nepal offers the Graduate Student Research Grant (GSRG). The GSRG will award grants up to Nepali Rs.1,00,000 (One Lakh Rupees) and strategic mentoring services to current Masters, M.Phil and Doctoral Degree students for their thesis and dissertation studies on issues related to UNICEF’s mandate.

Your Application
Must be 5 pages or less
Use 12-point Times New Roman

Include the following:

  • Introduction and Literature Review
  • Rationale and justification for the study and Key Objectives
  • Methodology
  • Outputs and deliverables
  • Timeline and Budget

Selection Criteria

  • Merit of the research proposal
  • Relevance of the topic to access to fundamental rights and basic services
  • Innovation, significance and impact of the study
  • Need for the study/severity of the problem
  • Methodology conceptual and technical merit
  • Potential policy implications

Applications must also include:

  • 1 page personal statement on why this topic was selected
  • How this study will help in your professional goals
  • Letter from the administration confirming student status
  • Letter of Recommendation from department faculty
  • Evidence of faculty approval of the thesis/dissertation proposal
  • Likelihood of timely completion of the study
  • Budget and detailed work plan

Forward your application to:
Childreach Nepal,
P.O. Box 376, Bakhundole, Lalitpur, Nepal
Contact No: 01-5520374
Toll Free No: 16600120010

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