Satya College announces scholarships for female students
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 25: Satya College of Engineering & Technology (Delhi-NCR), today announced “additional scholarship for female students to promote the Girl Child Education.”
Amrik Singh, Deputy Director of Satya College in a statement said there is strong need to increase the female literacy ratio in higher education. “Satya College is putting the best efforts in this direction as part of its social responsibility,” he said.
To motivate the female students for higher education, Satya College has announced that the additional scholarship will be given to the female students interested for taking admission in B Tech, M.Tech, MBA and BBA programs of the college, he said, adding that the scholarship will be other than the scholarship given on merit basis. Pertinently, the college has its permanent office for last 2 years in Srinagar at Land Mark Complex, Karan Nagar here. The office has been opened with the objective to give better services to the parents here.
Parents can collect monthly progress report, attendance report of their wards and can submit the fee during the year. College has already announced Free Hostel facility (including meals) for first semester for its JK students. Meanwhile, to guide the students in distant areas of Valley, College is conducting Free career counseling in Baramulla on June 26, Sopore on June 27, Budgam on June 28 and Ganderbal on June 30.
For more information students can contact at local number +91-9697367070, 9796567331.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 25 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 25 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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