Aryans counselling for JK students on July 17,18
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 15: Chandigarh-based Aryans Group of Colleges would be organizing “JK Admission Counselling” for the students of Jammu and Kashmir on July 17 and 18 in Srinagar.
The interested students have been asked to register themselves on 098762-99888, 098765-99888 or on www.aryans.edu.in. The registrations would close on July 16.
Giving this information to media, B S Sidhu, Registrar, Aryans Group said the Counselling is especially for those students who want to take admission in professional courses like B Tech 1st Year (Civil, Mechanical, CSE, EEE & ECE), B Tech (LEET) , M Tech (Civil, Mechanical), MBA,PGDM, BBA, BCA, B.Com(Prof) B.Ed ,+1(Non-Medical) and GNM.
He said that around 100 students have already registered themselves for counselling. “But around 50 scholarships would be given to finally selected candidates,” he said.
Sidhu added the scholarship would be given to students whose annual income is less than Rs 3 lakh. The candidates must bring their academic and income documents.
He said the purpose of the scheme was to search meritorious and talented candidates from this region and “make them technically and professionally sound.”
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