Jobs in Climate Change

Recruitment to the post of Project faculty in Centre for Climate Change, EPTRI dated 16.11.2017. The last date for submission of applications is 23.11.2017

Project Faculties

Essential Qualification:  Graduation in (Science/engineering) with post-graduation in climate science /earth sciences.

Experience in Climate Change impact assessments will be preferred. The last date for submission applications is 23.11.2017

Kindly fill in the application from placed in the EPTRI website and email to   & on or before 23.11.2017.



ICRA courses for professionals in agriculture

ICRA courses address challenges of professionals working in agricultural higher education and outreach,  research and agribusiness.  These courses are


Course: Learning, action research and outreach – Making higher education boost food security
12 – 30 March 2018 in Wageningen, the Netherlands, for lecturers, trainers and researchers in tertiary agricultural education.
What can you learn from the course? Listen to what our alumni have to say in this video.
After attending this course one participant said, “Since I apply methods from this course in my classroom, my classes are always full”.
Candidates can: APPLY HERE and click here for scholarship information

Course: Facing rural innovation challenges – Linking research to inclusive development for food security
14 May – 1 June 2018 in Wageningen, the Netherlands, for professionals working in agricultural research, agribusiness, rural advisory services, food security and producer organisations.
Get some tips on the art of listening in this video by our trainer Mariette Gross.
Candidates can: APPLY HERE and click here for scholarship information

Course: Building agribusiness relations for sustainable profit – Key skills for inclusive business brokerage
25 June – 6 July 2018 in Ibadan, Nigeria, for agribusiness service providers and coaches working with smallholder farmers and agro-entrepreneurs.
You’ll get practical tips on e.g. building trust and improving your negotiation skills. Watch this video demonstrating the two steps necessary to negotiating a win-win situation.

Candidates can: APPLY HERE and click here for scholarship information for courses in the South

The HCL Grant  – 3 rd edition

Message from HCL Foundation

HCL Foundation is the CSR arm of HCL Technologies. During last two consecutive years it rolled out Edition 1 & 2 of one of the biggest CSR grants of India, called The HCL Grant. It is an annual series. The HCL Grant aims to strengthen THE FIFTH ESTATE – The NGOs – and thus contribute to nation-building.

HCL Foundation has announced the Edition 3 (2017-18) of the HCL Grant. Please refer the document below for details. The HCL Grant application portal is already live and open to receive proposals online, from NGOs at under Environment, Education and Health Categories for a Grant of INR 5 Cr each for a project for 5 years in rural development. The last date to receive applications is June 05th, 2017. You are advised to register now and start working on your application, should you be willing to apply.

Do please note that the Eligibility Criteria for Environment Category has been relaxed to an annual average budget of INR 50L p.a. and legal age of the NGO to 05 years. Please read the Eligibility Criteria. For any questions related to HCL Grant, please read FAQs on website. For any further queries, write to

While the HCL Grant application portal is open, for NGOs to better understand the CSR law and the CSR Grants, HCL Foundation is conducting a series of pan India Symposiums: “CSR for Nation Building: The HCL Grant: Pan India Symposiums”in partnership with Shaktishi and local partners.

YUVSATTA CHANDIGARH is proud to host Symposium in Chandigarh on 2nd May, 2017 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm. It will be held at Chandigarh Press Club- Sector 27-B, near Amar Jain HostelChandigarh. 

Senior level CSR experts will address the participants during the symposium. You will also be able to clarify any doubts regarding the HCL Grant application process/proposal/methodology, from the representatives of HCL Foundation directly.

Tentative Agenda for the day is as follows

12:00 – 1:00 pm- Registration and  Lunch

1:00 pm – 1.15 pm- Introduction by Local Partner- Yuvsatta

1.45 pm – 2.45 pm- Discussion: Sectoral gaps insights, opportunities and lesson learnt from guests on (Education, Health, Environment)

2.45 pm – 3:00 pm – Light Tea

3 pm – 4.30 pm – HCL Grant Presentation

4.30 pm – 5 pm – Q & A

5 pm – 5:10 pm – Vote of Thanks

Please confirm your attendance for the symposium to hclgrant@hcl.comwith cc to along with the following information latest by 30th April, 2017. Kindly keep the Subject line same when replying.  

  1. Name of Organization
  2. No. of Participants (maximum 2)
  3. Contact details (mobile number)

Please note, there is no fee to attend this session.

We encourage you to share this mail with all your network of NGOs such that they can take advantage of this opportunity.

The Solutions for Good Program


The Solutions for Good initiative is in response to the challenges faced by non-profit organisations that are unable to create a transformational impact due to the lack of the skills and resources required to build on their technology solutions.

Vodafone Foundation, along with principal partner NASSCOM Foundation, will seek to address this challenge by building technology solutions for selected not-for-profit organisations in India and empower them to create large scale social impact. It can be in various sectors like health, education, women’s empowerment etc.

It is looking for NGOs to apply to this program and if selected, we will build a tech solution for them to help them scale & build capacity.

In order to get more information, please visit

The deadline to submit your application is 30th June, 2017.

In case of any questions, please contact Mr. Gagandeep

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