How can International Students Get Full Scholarships in India
India, an education destination that has built remarkable World Leaders
Believe it or not, India is a top choice among Nepali students when opting to study abroad. India is the third-largest education network globally, and since ages, it has been attracting international students from all over the world. Here we will discuss how you can get scholarships in India.
The Indian education system is vast in size and offering. Whatever course you choose to undertake, from Artificial intelligence, cognitive computing to politics, yoga, Ayurveda, Sanskrit, and classics, you’ll be assured of unbeatable academic excellence and support system for international students.
Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft, Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google Inc, Ajaypal Singh Banga, President, and the CEO, MasterCard, Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia, Indira Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi Co, Shantanu Narayen, President & CEO Adobe are few Indian graduates to weigh thequality of Indian education. The list consists of many diplomats and world leaders from different countries, including Kings and prince of Bhutan & Nepal.
Every year, the Indian government contributes to Nepal’s Education development by providing scholarships in the reputed Indian institutions. It has been one of the significant aspects of India-Nepal cooperation.
The Ministry of external affairs, the government of India, through its embassy at Kathmandu, every year provides around 3000 to 4000 scholarships/seats to Nepali nationals for undergoing various courses at PhDs, Masters, and Bachelors level.
These scholarships are provided for a broad spectrum of studies, including engineering, agriculture, pharmacology, computer application, business administration, music, and fine arts.
The Indian government every year invites applications for various scholarships for Nepali nations. ICCR Scholarships scheme, AYUSH Scholarships Scheme, Study in India scholarships Scheme, GSS Scholarships, Silver jubilee Scholarships are few fully-funded scholarship schemes invited by India’s government for Nepali students to study in India.