Scholarship Jharkhand govt collaborates with British High Commission to award best in 2022

Collaboration of Jharkhand government

The Jharkhand government has collaborated with the British High Commission to provide scholarship to 5 students who contributed. The Jharkhand government has collaborated with foreign offices, Commonwealth and Development (FCDO), British High Commission, New Delhi to provide Chevening Marang Gomke Jaipal Singh Munda Scholarship to students who are careful chevening Gomke Jaipal Singh Munda to students of this collaboration student.

Scheduled castes is helped on August

August 23, 2022 will help five scheduled castes, scheduled castes, other backward class categories and jharkhand minorities to study at the most prestigious universities in the UK through the number of scholarship. In accordance with the statement issued by the state government, this collaboration will provide excellent educational opportunities to leaders and makers of future changes.

Under the auspices of the scholarship

For this fully funded scholarship, a maximum of 5 students will be selected every academic year. Under the auspices of the scholarship, scholars will receive academic tuition fees including examination and theses, sufficient monthly allowances to cover the living expenses of an individual student, allowance packages and return of plane tickets from routes approved from residences, according to press releases.

This scholarship will also be given to pursue a one-year master’s degree at selected and honorable universities in the United Kingdom. Applicants need to have 2 years of work, or equivalent experience to qualify. Candidates who want to take advantage of this scholarship can submit an application until November 1, 2022.

Chancellor appointed by West Bengal government

The West Bengal Government on Tuesday appointed a Pro-Vice Chancellor from the University of Kalyani, which was managed by the Goutam Paul government as the new president of the West Bengal Basic Education Council (WBPEB) to replace Manik Bhattacharya. Bhattacharya was issued from the position on June 21 as ordered by the Calcutta High Court on the grounds of alleged illegality in the appointment of teachers in government and elementary schools assisted by the government in the state.

In the notification, the government said Paul, a senior academic, had been appointed by the Governor of La Ganesan as the Head of the Ad-Hoc Committee who was just formed to run the board immediately. “11 other committee members including Bachelor, Indologist Dr. Nrisingha Prasad Bhaduri, Prof. Aveek Majumder, Chair of the School Education Expert Committee, Assistant Professor Bethune College Dr. Rakhi Paul, Chairperson of the Bersama Western Examination Examination Board Prof. Malayendu Saha.

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