GK Reporter bags scholarship
Srinagar, Dec 10: A Norwegian organization, Kulturstudier (Culture Studies), in cooperation with Oslo University, Norway, has selected GK Reporter Adil Bashir for scholarship in Peace and Conflict Studies in Puducherry.
The scholarship is preceded by six weeks of rigorous self study with internet-based supervision of faculties from US, UK and India.
The programme aims at bringing tolerance among the people. It is set up to promote the development of a democratic, multicultural and just world society.
Adil holds a master’s degree in International Peace and Conflict Studies from Islamic University, Awantipora.
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