The scholarships include bridge courses for girls from minority communities who have dropped out of school, training for Madrassa teachers among others, 'Padho-Badho' awareness campaign will be launched across the country to encourage education, informed Naqvi.
UPSC CSE: The last date to apply if June 10 till 4 pm. The result will be published on June 12 and classes will begin from June 24, 2019. Aspirants with parental income less than Rs 2 lakh will be trained for free
Google, TalenstSprint invite applications for WE programme wherein 600 selected candidates will be trained and get an opportunity to get into the Google ecosystem. During the year-long training programme, a stipend of Rs 1 lakh each will also be granted
The university will create one per cent supernumerary seats of the approved intake for the widows and wards of martyrs and gallantry award winners in all its all educational and skill courses from the academic session 2019-20 onwards.
The ministry has approved funds worth Rs 250 crore for the scheme. These funds will be utilised to sponsor about 500 science projects. The selection of these projects would be done on the basis of competitions.The project will be coordinated by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore.