Launch of the EduDoc Film and Policy Fellowship

This August, we launched the first edition of EduDoc Film and Policy Fellowship, a unique mentorship based documentary-making fellowship program for education and film enthusiasts. Introduced as a part of the fourth edition of Edudoc, our international short film competition, the fellowship has been initiated with a cohort of 62 fellows from 9 countries, who have set out on an exciting journey of learning, in order to communicate to people the challenges, obstacles and innovations in the education all over the globe.

We hosted two webinars to commence the program, steered by Dr. Amit Chandra, Independent Consultant, NISA and Policy Fellow, Centre for Civil Society, who introduced the fellows to the education policy landscape in India, and Mr. Debjeet Kundu, maker of ‘Truancy’ ranked among top five for EduDoc 2017, speaking about the basics of film-making.