22 Students of IP: Selected for UN Program

Publish On: 09 Oct, 2019 12:59 PM | Updated   |   Prateek  

New Delhi: 22 Students from Indraprastha College have been selected for the UN Program. This information was provided by the college itself.


Indraprastha College for Women on Tuesday said "22 of its students have been selected as millennium fellows to participate in the Millennium Fellowship Program conducted by the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and Millennium Campus Network (MCN) to build young leaders on university campuses worldwide."

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“The college is among the 6% of selected campuses as only 69 of 1,200 applicants are selected across 135 nations. The selected fellows of the college are hopeful that the fellowship will strengthen their efforts as leaders engaged in advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the communities/slums they are working with. "

The principal of the college, Babli Moitra Saraf said "20 out of the 22 selected fellows are part of Project NOOR, the outreach program of Indraprastha College for Women. "

“Project NOOR works in two segments. Under the first section, the volunteers conduct regular classes in two nearby slums. Under the second section, the volunteers contribute towards the eradication of manual scavenging.”

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