Videos

Road Less Travelled | Episode 1 | Urban Rural Divide

NDTV

Watch how Ankush turned a village into an eco-tourism spot, how Simren helped women make a livelihood out of an issue they won't talk about, and how Suriya joined hands with the locals in their fight for toilets.

Road Less Travelled | Episode 2 | Education

NDTV

Watch how Padmini made a girl's football team where women don't lift their veil, how Karthika overcame the language barrier in teaching and how Krishna encouraged young innovators to solve their problems in ways you wouldn't have imagined!

Road Less Travelled | Episode 3 | Technology

NDTV

Watch how Ruchinilo's app is helping in the last mile connectivity of farmers with experts, how Anant made low cost tools for bamboo artisans without diluting quality and how Nafeesa's simple device will make herb-drying less of a chore!

Road Less Travelled | Episode 4 | Governance

NDTV

Watch how Varun's resolve got an entire village electricity and a school, how Ashwini's persistence shook up the governance of an entire village, and how Roopa's intervention is changing lives of thousands without identity!

Road Less Travelled | Panel Discussion

NDTV

Youth can play a critical role in Rural Development through innovative ideas and interventions, but is today's ecosystem giving them the right push? Vikram Chandra tries to find the answers in discussion with Arundhati Bhattacharya, Yogendra Yadav, Chhavi Rajawat, Gul Panag & Meagan Fallone.

Dialogue on Youth for Development

UN International Youth Day , New Delhi

On the occasion of International Youth Day on 12th August, 2015, the United Nations and State Bank of India organized a Dialogue on Youth for Development that showcased innovations by 6 SBI Youth For India Fellows working in the areas of education, skill development, health and sanitation and e-governance.

A Documentary on SBI Youth for India Fellows

The story of three young changemakers who worked to transform the lives of communities in remote corners of the country - one step at a time.

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Application for the SBI Youth for India Fellowship Programme

The Applications for the SBI Youth for India Fellowship 2017-18 is closed. Please write to contactus@youthforindia.org in case you want to be notified when the application for the next Fellowship batch opens.
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