Aryans extends admission, scholarship mela by 2 days
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 6: In view of overwhelming response and on the insistence of students, Aryans Group of College has extended its second admission-cum-scholarship Mela by two more days up to August 8.
In the mela 10 students have already got scholarship of Rs 1,00,000 each for different courses. “11 more students would be selected in the next 2 days.”
Dr Anshu Kataria, chairman, Aryans Group told Greater Kashmir that the students interested in MBA, PGDM, BBA, BCA and B Tech (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, EEE & ECE) courses but could not attend the scholarship interviews, may contact 97967-50888 to avail the benefit of the scholarship.
Dr Kataria said that scholarship was based on ‘Merit cum Means’ basis and the students who could not afford to pay the tuition fees availed the benefit of the scholarship.
The scholarship amount was between Rs 10000 to Rs 300,000 per student. He added that a part of the student's education would be funded by the College, a part by the student and rest of the part by Bank.
Meanwhile, Aryans Group has released the fresh list of students selected for various courses till date. The students are: Aakash Rashid Wani (B.Tech-ECE), Mudasir Hussain (B.Tech-ECE), Ummer Farooq (B.Tech-ECE), Asif Abdullah (B.Tech-Civil), Showkat Ahmad (MBA), Ashfaq Jan (BBA), Auqib Majeed (B.Tech-Civil), Bilal Bashir (B.Tech-Civil), Towkeer Farooq (B.Tech-EEE), Sameer Ahmad (B.Tech-Civil), Manzoor Hussain (MBA), Muhammad Zakir Shah (B.Tech-EEE), Sayed Fahyeen (B.Tech-Civil), Aiyaz Rasool (B.Tech-Civil), Ather Husssain (B.Tech-Civil) , Muzamil Mushtaq Manhas (BBA), Waseem Qadir Bhat ( B.tech Electrical), Nasir Hassan Malik (B.Tech Civil), Umar Mehboob Shah (B. Tech Mechanical) etc.
Dr Kataria said the students would be funded for education with the help of corporates, NGOs and other organizations so that they can pursue technical education which is out of reach of common man.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 6 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 6 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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