Aryans scholarship mela extended up to July 30
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 28: On the insistence and in view of overwhelming response, Aryans Group of Colleges has extended its admission-cum-scholarship mela by two more days till July 30.
The mela being organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh at Hotel Jahangir, here was scheduled to end today.
“However, on the insistence of students we have extended the mela by two days. Now it will come to end on July 30,” Dr Anshu Kataria, chairman, Aryans Group, said in a statement.
He said 10 students have already got scholarship of Rs 1,00,000 each.
He said the students who could not attend the interviews may contact 97969-50888 to avail the benefit of the scholarship.
Dr Kataria said the students interested in MBA, PGDM, BBA, BCA and B Tech (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, EEE & ECE) courses, can participate in the mela.
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.
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