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July 29th, 2014

Short essays from LSE students in India

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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July 29th, 2014

Short essays from LSE students in India

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This post originally appeared on LSE Careers

Every year a number of LSE students are selected for Daphne Giacherothe Tata ISES scheme and spend several months in India working on a range of development and social enterprise related projects. Many of them take part in an essay writing competition where they share some Darceyof their insights and observations about the projects they are working on and their cultural experiences.

Essays are by the Tata ISES interns from LSE, Cambridge and UC Santa Cruz who are working on sustainability projects at Tata companies. You can read and rate the essays online here.

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