Aryans gives `21 lakh scholarships to JK students
Srinagar, Aug 8: Chandigarh-based Aryans Group of Colleges gas given away Rs 21 lakh in scholarships to students of J&K in its admission cum scholarship mela.
The mela was held at hotel Jahangir, here. Giving details, Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans said the scholarship was based on ‘Merit cum Means’ basis for MBA, PGDM, BBA, BCA and B Tech (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, EEE & ECE) courses.
He said those students who could not afford to pay the tuition fees availed the benefit of the scholarship.
The scholarship amount was between Rs 10,000 to Rs 3,00,000 per student.
He said students from far flung areas who could not come in the mela may contact on 97967-50888 for scholarship.
Dr Kataria said that Aryans Group is inspired by Dr Kiran Bedi, India’s first and highest ranked woman IPS officer and at the UN and her Navjyoti India Foundation.
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