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Thu, 07 Feb 2019 15:59 - Updated Thu, 07 Feb 2019 15:59

Angola: India offers 30 graduate, postgraduate scholarships

Luanda - At least 30 nationals aged between 18 and 30 will attend graduate and postgraduate courses in Engineering and Medical Sciences in India in 2019/2020, funded by the Asian country’s government.

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Certificate and diploma awarding ceremony

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The training is part of the Indian Government programme - ICCR Africa Schollrship Scheme - under the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Those interested should send their applications online and an electronic copy of their request to the Embassy through the emails: com.luanda@mea.gov.in, hoc.luanda@mea.gov.in or reception.luanda@mea.gov.in .

The candidates may choose any course and university or college where they can attend training in India.

Speaking to Angop, the attaché of the Embassy of India in Angola, Madam Kumav Vyas, said that the period for presentation of the application runs until February 15, 2019.

The official said the trip to India is scheduled for June, with classes starting in August.

India has been providing various courses as part of bilateral partnership.

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