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This section provides information on various scholarships available in India for different purposes.
KC Mahindra Education Trust announced interest free loan scholarship award for bright Indian students aspiring to pursue their education in abroad. Maximum of Rs.8 lakh will be awarded to top 3 scholars and rest of them will be rewarded a sum of Rs. 2 lakh per scholar.
IITB Monash Research Academy, IIT Bombay and Melbourne’s Monash University in collaboration declared a scholarship for B.Tech, M.Tech, M.E, PhD and MSc students. Students can apply for the scholarship latest by 22 March 2015.
Global Indian International School (GIIS) declared Global Citizen Scholarship 2015 for outstanding students attending senior secondary level (Classes 11 and 12) for either CBSE or IB Diploma program for two years duration.
The Charpak scholarship program is run by the Embassy of France in India. The programme is named after Georges Charpak. Students will be able to avail visa fee waiver, Monthly stipend, Medical insurance coverage and Affordable student housing under the programme.
Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad offesr scholarship for GATE qualified students pursuing their Master of Technology (M.Tech) for the 2015-16 session. Candidates can apply for the scholarship latest by 28 March 2015 online and 07 April 2015 with documents and hard copy.
UK Government declared the Chevening Gurukul Programme for India and it is aimed at mid-career and high-flying young professionals from diverse backgrounds with a strong and demonstrable leadership potential.
In accordance to the Educational Exchange Programme Agreement signed with the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary, Government of India has offered scholarships to 200 Indian students. The scholarship is intended for students who are willing to pursue undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil/PhD and postdoctoral studies in Hungary, for the year 2015.
The British Council announced to launch the British Council IELTS Scholarship for Indians who are studying in the UK, the British Council has announced the single largest number of scholarships ever launched in a year in India.
The Aga Khan Foundation launched 2015-2016 International Scholarship Programme for students pursuing PG or PhD programme internationally.
Lore India Foundation Scholarship Trust has announced the scholarship worth Rupees 55 million for bright students of standard 10 to 12, and the initiative is being promoted by top academicians of the country.
The Union Ministry of Minority Affairs is up accord educational empowerment to minority communities by implementing pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means based scholarship schemes for them.
The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven also known as KU Leuven or University of Leuven in Belgium offers each academic year Ph.D scholarships to a bright and ambitious students hailing from developing countries.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) Japan Scholarship Programme (JSP) offers an opportunity to well-qualified and ambitious Indian citizens to pursue postgraduate studies in Japan.
Applications for the 2015 edition of Rhodes Scholarships are now open in India. All the Indian citizens between the ages of 19 and 25, as of 01 October 2015, who have received at least one first-class degree from an Indian university, may apply for the scholarships.
For its undergraduate psychology programme commencing from September 2014, the University of Southampton has offered a number of International Merit Scholarships worth £7,500 to Indian students.
Under a scheme to boost Human Resource Development, Government of India has provided 200 scholarships, to students of Nepal on the basis of performance and merit.
The engineering graduates, who also qualified the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), will now be able to avail a crucial Scholarship from University Grants Commission (UGC) to pursue their postgraduate (PG) studies.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi has decided to allocate funds worth Rs. 21 crore as education scholarships to be offered to Delhi Students in higher education sectors. These education funds are assumed to benefit around 10,000 students over the next five years.
The Anglo Schools International Services (ASIS) have put together a federation of leading boarding schools in the UK and have allotted Rs. 7 Crore Rupees in scholarships to attract students from India.
CRCC Asia has announced two scholarships for students with disability for a month long funded Internship Program in China which is aided by the British Council, hence inviting applications for the same.
The UK has offered Indian students an opportunity to grab 370 scholarships worth Rs 10 crore. This scholarship scheme, announced on 31 January 2014, is a part of the ongoing GREAT Britain campaign, aimed at boosting UK’s global reputation.
British Council Scotland announces 3 scholarships for students with gifted literature and creative writing skills as well as who belong to Commonwealth countries to attend the Scottish Universities' International Summer School (SUISS). The SUISS will be held in July and August 2014.
The Reliance Foundation has offered scholarships to 393 students including 111 differently-abled in order to promote them to pursue their undergraduate studies on 22 January 2014.
NSEAD Business School has announced MBA Scholarship of €10,000 exclusively for those students from developing countries who required financial support to pursue career in Management. Also, this scholarship in particular is for a candidate who is likely to return to his/her country and/or region of origin in the foreseeable future.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has invited applications from Indian biomedical scientists for the International Fellowships for the year 2014-15.
Toonz Academy, Technopark-based training division of Toonz Animation India Pvt. Ltd. is providing G. A. Menon Memorial Scholarships for Advanced Diploma in Digital Arts and Animation course.
The University College Dublin (UCD) has stepped ahead and announced the Scholarships worth 300,000 euros.
The British Council on 27 Nov 2013 has announced 370 scholarships worth Rs 10 crore Indian students who wish to attend UK Universities. Being considered as British Council’s largest-ever initiative for Indian students, this scholarship program will cover 260 undergraduate and postgraduate courses across 56 universities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Thirty-two Americans as Rhodes-scholars have been picked to get entry to Oxford University in Britain, for 2014 session in next year. The selected scholars will join Oxford University continuing in the high-status list of former recipients of one of the most desirable awards in academic world.
The Oxford University Society of India (OUSI) has arranged a range of competitions for Indian Law students by virtue of which meritorious ones can easily make their way to the respective University abroad. The winners of the competitions will be awarded fully paid scholarships to the Oxford University as well as would be given opportunity to get their research published in international journals.