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India’ Sharda University up with 54 scholarship seats for Malawian students

Sharda University announces scholarships for Malawian students

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-One of India’s high learning institution Sharda University on Thursday, March 30, 2023 announced 54 scholarship seats for Malawian students to study in that nation.

The scholarship is a shared cost arrangement whereby the university will provide tuition while students meet subsided accommodation facilities in capital Delhi, India.

The announcement comes after Sharda University and Ministry of Education in Malawi signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2018 to arrange best of the higher and technical education.

The scholarship is meant for Malawian people to build the capacity of emerging Malawi in the field of Computer sciences, Information technology, Engineering, Production, Allied Health Sciences, Medicine, Business, Pharmacy and Nursing.

Addressing the news conference at Ministry of Education headquarters at capital Hill in Lilongwe, Sharda University’s Assistant Director on International Relations Sudhir Kumar Pandey said the scholarship applications opens till May, 2023.

Sharda University announces scholarships for Malawian students

Pandey therefore encouraged Malawian students to apply once its advertised in local news papers.

“Sharda Malawi scholarship has been playing a supportive role in achieving the objectives of Malawi Vision 2063 through skilling the brightest minds of Malawi with modern education and technologies.

“Sharda University offers Internationally recognized Under graduate, Post Graduate and PhD Degrees and Sharda is the Number-1 University in India with highest number of International Students as per the latest survey of Association of Indian Universities & students from 95+ countries have experienced Sharda University,” he said.

Pandey added, “Sharda University has continuously ranked in top universities and holds prestigious NAAC “A+” Accreditation, Sharda University is a ‘Gold’ Rating university under the prestigious QS I- Gauge Ratings.

“We are therefore offering 54 seats for Malawian students on shared costs arrangement. This shared cost is meant for sustainability of the program. Malawian students must be assured of cost effective accommodation in the capital Delhi. This is very subsided program”.

Ministry of Education’s deputy director for Higher learning Dr. Velentino Zimpita assured the nation that only eligible candidates will be enrolled into the program.

“We will make sure that only eligible students are offered the opportunity not Jim and jack that we don’t compromise the program’s quality standards,” assures Zimpita.

Sharda University is expected also to introduce online learning scholarship programs in the middle of this year.

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