Celebrating India’s 75 at 75
Nominations for the India UK Achievers Honours are now open
Celebrating 75 Indian achievers who have studied in the UK on India’s 75th anniversary
The results of the nomination process will be declared at a gala ceremony on 10 December 2022 in New Delhi, hosted at the residence of the British High Commissioner to India.
What are these awards
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and India-UK educational ties, these awards will recognise the work of 75 young Indian students and alumni who have pursued a British programme of study. Achievers will all be former or current Indian students in the UK, who have gone on to achieve excellence in their field, inspiring and encouraging many others to dream and achieve.
More information https://www.achieversshowcase.com
Who can apply?
To be eligible for the awards applicants should be
- a current a student or alumnus/alumna of a UK Higher Education Institution (HEI)
- aged 49 or below on 15 August 2023
- able to demonstrate a considerable amount of achievement in any of the award categories
- a citizen of the Republic of India at the point of commencing UK programme of study
The nominees could have finished any course or could hold an accreditation from any UK Higher Education Institution. People awarded by a recognised UK HEI, in their home country through Transnational Education (TNE) or Online & Blended learning are eligible.
Full application guidancehttps://www.achieversshowcase.com/application-guidance
How to apply?
You must satisfy the eligibility criteria, above.
You can apply online and must do so by the deadline Thursday, 10 November, 23:59pm GMT.
You are asked to detail your accomplishments and contributions within your respective profession and industry. There are five categories to apply to
- Business & Entrepreneurship
- Arts, Culture, Entertainment & Sports
- Education, Science & Innovation
- Government, Politics, Law & Society
- Media & Journalism
Why apply? What if I’ve already applied to the Study UK awards?
These awards are being run in partnership with the British Council – India, but are separate and additional to the Study UK awards.
If you have already applied to the Study UK awards, you are welcomed to apply to these awards in addition. These awards are for students and alumni who are Indian citizens, who have been educated in the UK, only. These awards are a once in a lifetime event. Some of the categories in these awards overlap with the Study UK awards, some are distinct.
These awards are organised by the National Indian Students and Alumni Union UK (NISAU UK), an organisation representing students, alumni and young professionals of Indian origin.
Discover more: https://www.achieversshowcase.com/about-us
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