[Student Scholarship] Foundation for Excellence Scholarship 2015


[Student Scholarship] Foundation for Excellence Scholarship 2015

Many courses and degrees cost a lot; even after getting through the entrance & taking the admission some students are unable to complete their course due to this fact.

To overcome this issue the NGO Foundation for Excellence has come up with a scholarship program which provides financial and other assistance to students for their higher education in India. Assistance is available to any qualified student, irrespective of the applicant's caste, community, gender or religion, for their higher education in professional courses leading to degrees in engineering, technology, or medicine.

Students who are in their 1st Year students of BE/B Tech, or of 5-Yr Integrated M Tech & MBBS courses students can apply for this wonderful programme. The annual family income of the student from all sources should not be more than INR 180000.

Educational scholarship will be provided to the deserving candidates to pursue their course so that they can complete their education without any hurdle.

Students have to apply online by filling up the form. The last date of submitting the form online is 30th November, 2015.

For further details about this scholarship you can check in http://www.b4s.in/etr/FFE784

About the Author
Author: Sraboni ChowdhuryWebsite: http://www.buddy4study.com
Sraboni works at Buddy4Study, which is India's largest scholarship information portal and services initiative. It is connected to more than 1 lakh students and 8000 schools. Every month 7500000 scholarship alerts are printing in different partner newspapers. Buddy4Study mission is to aware and help students to apply for right scholarship at right time.

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