Call for Fellowship Program

This fellowship is launched at the IPH field station in BR Hills, Chamarajanagar. The program is unique in being fully embedded in a tribal population setting. This fellowship aims to provide guidance and mentorship for an early-career doctor to engage/learn community health research and practice. It will involve clinical work in primary health care along with exposure to health policy and systems research and opportunities to work within research projects on health inequities and social determinants of health.


MBBS plus MPH/MD Community Medicine with 2 years of community health or research experience.


The duration of Fellowship is one year (with a possibility of engagement as a pre-doctoral programme) at IPH. Please note if the candidate successfully registers for a PhD during the fellowship through IPH at a University partner then the fellowship tenure will be extended to a total of four years as a part-time PhD Fellowship.


50,000 rupees per month fellowship supported by VGKK. Any research or travel-related expenses will be covered separately under appropriate projects by VGKK and/or IPH Bengaluru.


Send in a copy of your CV along with a motivation letter not exceeding 400 words in PDF format to 

The last date to send in applications is 25 June 2020

The candidate selected will be expected to relocate to BR hills and start the fellowship

by 1 Aug 2020. 

For more details please see the flyer attached here.

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