Achievement-oriented women with an undergraduate degree are eligible to apply for The Vedica Scholars Programme. While we encourage fresh graduates, some work experience is an added advantage.
Yes, you are eligible. However, you should be able to converse, read and write in English given that the medium of instruction of the Programme is English.
Vedica is accepting completed applications and conveying admission decisions on a rolling basis beginning 15th September, 2018. You will find the admissions schedule on the website.
The status of your application will be communicated to you via e-mail as the process evolves.
Vedica is a certificate programme for women professionals. Given the nature of the Programme, Vedica does not fall under the purview of AICTE and hence has not sought it's recognition.
Vedica neither offers a diploma nor a degree. Vedica awards a Post Graduate Certificate in Management Practice & Leadership, offered by the Vedica Foundation.
No. You can complete the online application in multiple sessions and have the option to save parts of the application as you proceed.
No. We will not require you to send a printed copy of the application form if you have applied online.
Yes. You can re-apply. Please note that you cannot reapply within the same academic year. You have to submit a fresh application.
Yes, you will receive an acknowledgment of your application by email on completion.
Shortlisted candidates for Vedica will be interviewed in New Delhi or via Skype/Phone.
The Vedica Scholars Programme offers a unique 'Shadow a Woman CEO' module. As a part of this programme, each Scholar will work closely under a woman leader in any part of the country for 4 weeks. Apart from this module, the programme will conduct seminars and workshops on varying skills related to management practice over the course of 18 months.
The Vedica Scholars Programme offers full career support and assured placement to its Scholars.
The Vedica Scholars Programme will provide you with a Post Graduate Certificate in Management Practice on the completion of the 18-month programme. This will be awarded by the Vedica Foundation.
The Vedica Scholars Programme is an 18-month, full-time, residential postgraduate programme.
No. You cannot be a full-time or part time employee during the rigorous 18 month programme.
The campus for The Vedica Scholars Programme will be located at the Clarion Collection (Qutab Hotel), Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi. It is a beautiful and green space in South Delhi, with resources and facilities easily available for students.
The residential building for Vedica scholars will be one kilometre away from the campus at Katwaria Sarai, the hub of student living. It is a well-equipped, secure living space that will be provided to students on a twin-sharing basis, equipped with ACs and Geysers and with meals provided three times a day.
The decision to award the Vedica Scholarship to deserving candidates will be decided once the Scholars intake for the year have been finalised. This decision will be based on merit as well as financial need and will be communicated to the candidates before the start of the Programme.
Mentors will be recruited from a wide variety of fields and will be assigned to you based on your academic or professional background and career aspirations. There are people who have very specific interests and in those cases, it will be a match. For instance, if somebody wants to run a social enterprise, then they are likely to be matched with somebody who runs a social enterprise, if that's what they want.
While the total fee for the Programme stands at INR 13 lakhs,Vedica offers a bursary of INR 2.75 Lakhs towards tuition fee to all applicants.After awarding the Vedica Bursary, the total fee amount for a Vedica Scholar is INR 10.25 lakhs, plus GST. There is an initial deposit to be paid on accepting the offer to join the Programme, after which the remaining fee amount is to be paid in four installments over the course of 18 months.Over and above this, the Vedica Foundation will also award scholarships to five deserving candidates on the basis of need and merit. The scholarship offered will either cover a full tuition waiver or in part.