The V-Awards India program initiated by UN Volunteers India recognizes extraordinary young people, who are making the world a better place through their acts of volunteerism
UN Volunteers India, a wing of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has called for young volunteers who work for various voluntary organizations to apply for the V-Awards India program. This is a combined initiative of UN Volunteers India, Indian Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports and UNDP provides a golden opportunity for youngsters to get honored for their hard work and get worldwide recognition.
The V-Awards India program initiated by UN Volunteers India will recognize extraordinary young people, who are making the world a better place for all, through their acts of volunteerism, every day and everywhere. This program is a stepping stone for youngsters to be initiated into the process of volunteerism as India has the largest youth population on this planet. There are some criteria that every applicant must abide by, which are as follows: –
Eligibility for V-Awards India:
- Applicants must be an Indian citizen of age group between 16-29 years
- They must have worked in a project for at least 150 hours over the past year
- The project must reflect some impact and useful engagement with communities
- The application time has already started on 10th July 2019 and will end on 1st September 2019
- Applications will be reviewed carefully and some candidates will be selected
- By November, you will know the status update and finally on the D-Day – 5th December 2019, awards will be distributed.
The only crucial thing that will land you in the winner’s list is the authenticity of the information provided by you in the form. Share pictures, documents, certificates, reference letters etc to get selection.
The award recognizes far-reaching inputs our Indian volunteers are making to the work of UN, NGOs and government authorities. Just click on this link https://vawards.in/apply/ to fill up the application form.
Date: 22-07-2019 | Source: V-Awards India