The Chadha Center seeks to promote research and educational activity related to the theme of Global India. To that end, it offers a range of funding opportunities for Princeton faculty, graduates and undergraduates. Details of current funding opportunities and application processes are itemized here, but please note that additional opportunities will become available in the near future. 

Graduates

Each year, CGI partners with a dozen academic programs and centers across campus to provide grants (maximum $2000) for graduate students, through the annual Summer Funding Application for pre-dissertation and dissertation fieldwork and research during the summer on the theme of Global India. View details of criteria and the application process.

For grants specifically awarded by CGI through the Summer Funding Application, priority will be given to graduate students who also apply for supplementary funding from organizations outside Princeton University (e.g., NSF, Luce, SSRC) and complete the PIIRS External Funding Form. Applicants are expected to inform CGI if they receive awards from other sources as soon as that information is available.

Undergrads

Senior Thesis Research Funding

As you are developing your Senior Thesis Research Proposal, you will need to request funding from various sources around campus. CGI is able to support proposals relating to the theme of Global India with small grants (typically up to $2000). For further details on how to apply for this funding, email cgi@princeton.edu.