Ok I admit it. The title is kinda clickbait to draw folks like you to this post. But having come here, why not spend 2min to decide whether it is worth while? While everyone feels their situation is different, that of the Indian markets is especially so. Like Ambit Capital opined in their Nov-16 report, while earnings yield of value stocks looks attractive, these stocks display limited potential to actually realise those earnings given their declining return ratios, excessive leverage and poor accounting practices. While the rising tide of demographics, reforms, zero interest rates driven liquidity lifts all boats, value investing is good to know to avoid being caught naked while the tides go out. For those interested in a detailed overview, read responses to the question on Quora.
Below are some links. Do note I do not specifically recommend any of these, so please do your due diligence
http://www.flame.edu.in/academics/executive-education/fil-with-the-masters This is invite only
Valuepickr forum members sometimes meet up in cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Pune. Try and attend these meets.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/value-investing-internship-2016-ankur-jain Might be one-off but for those serious, worth a try