By Alisha Shrestha on Mar 11,2018 - 20:38
200 Nepali students were awarded with India’s ‘Golden Jubilee Scholarship Scheme’ by the Indian Embassy on March 9, 2018. Government of India initiated the prestigious ‘Golden Jubilee Scholarship Scheme’to boost the morale of Nepali students and help them pursue their MBBS, BE, BS.c, BA, B.Ed, BBA and undergraduate courses at different academic institutions of Nepal.
an MBBS student receives Rs 4,000 per month for five years while a BE student is provided Rs 4,000 per month for four years and a student studying in other under-graduate courses received Rs 3,000 per month for three years under the scholarship schemes. More than 2,150 Nepali students have been benefitted from this scholarship scheme. Students from various districts have been rewarded with ‘Golden Jubilee Scholarship Scheme’.
On the occasion, they advised the students to achieve personal and professional fulfillment, which will contribute to further deepening and strengthening India-Nepal relations. Similarly, Shanker Das Bairagi, Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nepal and India’s Ambassador to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, congratulated the recipients of the award.
As per the embassy, the scholarship scheme is India’s effort to support human personnel development in Nepal for the overall socio-economic progress.Tags - Golden Jubilee Scholarship Scheme , Indian Embassy
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