Kiran Bedi to meet Aryans students


Srinagar, Jan 15: India’s first women IPS officer, Dr Kiran Bedi, will meet students of Chandigarh-based Aryans Group of Colleges, at Srinagar and Jammu on January 28.
 During the visit, Dr Bedi will give scholarship to needy students on basis of merit-cum-means, in courses like B Tech, MBA etc.
 Interested students can contact Aryans helpline: 098762-99888, 098765-99888.
 Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges said this while speaking to mediapersons in Srinagar.
 “Dr Bedi would first meet students in Srinagar in morning and Jammu later in afternoon.”  “Students selected under scholarship would study in different course like B.Tech, M.Tech, MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Ed, Nursing, Polytechnic, etc.”
 Dr Kataria said the Aryans was giving the scholarships purely on Merit-cum-Means basis. “The scholarships are partly funded by bank, partly by the student and partially by the college.”

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