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Published on: 2017-08-10     238 times read    0  Comments

Aryans Group of Chandigarh to organize scholarship fair in Kathmandu

August 10: Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh is organizing a scholarship fair for the students of Nepal on August 11 at Way 2 Abroad Edu Consultancy, Kathmandu. 

Interested students can apply directly on Aryans website www.aryans.edu.in or can give a missed call on Tollfree helpline No 1800-3000-0388, reads a press statement issued by Aryans Group of Colleges.

The group has announced to offer on-the-spot counseling, on-the-spot scholarship, on-the-spot education loan, on-the-spot admission to 100 meritorious, needy and deserving students in which 50 percent  scholarship will be provided by Aryans and the rest 50 percent will be financed as education loan.

Students need to bring their original certificates of class 10 or 12 or graduation certificate along with ID proof, caste certificate, address proof, passport size photograph among others, reads the statement.

Dr Anshu Kataria, chairman of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh said that the scholarship fair would help the common man for whom medical and technical education has become non affordable because of financial constraints to pursue their studies.

The students can avail 50 percent scholarship in BTech, LEET, Diploma, BSc (Agri), BBA, BCA, BCom, MBA courses. Meanwhile, SC/ST students can also avail 100% scholarship under Centre Government PMS scheme on all courses.


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