British Council launched single largest number of scholarships with the vision of fulfilling the ambitions of young and skilled Indians to study in the U.K., the Council has offered 370 scholarships that are collectively valued at approximately 1 million pounds or INR 100 million.
The Minority Affairs Minister excerpted, “The objective of the scheme is to award interest subsidy to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of notified minority communities so as to provide those better opportunities for higher education abroad and enhance their employ-ability.”
Clay Hensley, Senior Director, International Strategies and Relationships that conducts the SAT exam for entry in the undergraduate level in the US confirmed that Indian students always want their college experience to be converted into a job. However, a student does not qualify for a work visa soon after completing graduation in a US college.
CBSE Announces Class 10 Board Exam Results Today. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class X results today. CBSE Class 10th Exam was conducted in March-April Month.
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