منح دراسية كاملة مجانيه من السفاره الهنديه
28-12-10 10:31منح دراسية كاملة للعام 2011-2012 ( بكلاريوس- ماجستير – دكتوراه) في جميع المجالات ماعدا الطب ممولة من الحكومة الهندية وكذا نماذج من امتحانات سابقة للكفاءة في اللغة الانجليزية تعقد للمتقدمين للمنح و آخر موعد للتقديم الى السفارة الهندية هو 08/01/2011م , و مرفق ايضا برنامج منح تدريبية في مجالات متعددة وفق شروط موضحة في المرفقات لمدة تتراوح من شهر الى سنه.
EMBASSY OF INDIA SANA'A ICCR SCHOLARSHIPS India has offered 32 full-fledged scholarships for students of Republic of Yemen under the General Cultural Scholarship Scheme (GCSS). The ICCR annually offers about 2325 scholarships under 21 scholarship schemes. Of these scholarships, 675 are exclusively for Afghanistan and 500 for African countries. There are students in India under these schemes from about 80 countries. Most of the scholarship holders come from developing countries in Asia, Africa, South and Central America. However, there are quite a few students from the developed countries as well. Around 3550 foreign students are currently studying in India under the various scholarship schemes. The GCSS is one of the most important and popular schemes of the ICCR for foreign students. Scholarships are awarded under this scheme annually to international students belonging to certain Asian, African and Latin American countries for the undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and for pursuing research at Indian universities. However, scholarships for medical studies for MBBS, BDS or for medical research leading to a Ph.D. degree are not offered under the GCSS scheme. Guidelines for Students applying for ICCR Scholarship 2011 1- Only students, who have good academic record, and are proficient in English, are eligible to apply for the Scholarship,. 2. Each candidate should submit six sets of application forms properly tagged (one original plus 5 photocopies). The last date for receipt of application forms at the Embassy is Saturday, 8th January, 2011. Applications received after that last date will not be entertained by the Embassy. All six copies of the applications should be accompanied by the following documents: i. A recent passport size photograph should be pasted on each copy of the application form in the space provided for this purpose. One additional photograph, not pasted to any form should also be enclosed. ii. Certified or Photostat copies, of official records from secondary schools, Universities or Professional Schools etc. attended, along with English translation. Originals should not be sent as papers attached to the application will not be returned to the applicant. iii. A certificate of physical fitness in the prescribed form must be filled in by a Registered Medical Practitioner. iv. A certificate of character from the Head of the Institution last attended. v. Certified copy of the relevant pages of the candidate’s passport. vi. Candidates applying for M. Phil/Ph. D. Courses should include a synopsis of their proposed area of research in each set of application form. Candidates wishing to study performing arts should enclose video/audio cassettes of their recorded performances. Prospective candidates may also note the following points: (a) All applications must be properly filled in and should have complete supporting documents. (b) The candidate should clearly mention the Course and University to which he/she is seeking admission, for which he/she can consult the Universities Handbook kept at this Embassy. It should also be ensured that certified copies of all documents must be accompanied by English translations. (c) All applications must be submitted to this Embassy only. Applications submitted directly or through the Embassy/Consulate of Yemen in India to ICCR will not be accepted. (d) Self-financing students already studying in India will not be accommodated against unutilised slots. (e) Priority will be given to students who have never studied in India before. Application from students who have already availed of ICCR or any other Scholarship before, will not be entertained. (f) Application for admission to MBBS/BDS and courses related to medicine are not permitted. (g) Students applying for Bachelors Degree in Engineering must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in their High School (12th Grade) Examination. This is mandatory for those who are applying for Engineering Courses. (h) Since there have been increasing number of cases of ICCR scholars failing in English language in the University examinations in India, ICCR has emphasized the need to sponsor students only after verifying that they have adequate proficiency in oral and written English. Accordingly the Embassy will conduct a “Proficiency Test” in English language, on Thursday, 13th January, 2011, simultaneously at the Indian Embassy School, situated at Al-Safiya, Sana’a and at Mahatma Gandhi International School, Crater, Aden at 9.30 AM. Candidates short-listed on the basis of the ‘Proficiency Test’ will be called for interview in the Embassy premises, subsequently. (i) Applications of only those students who score good marks in the ‘Proficiency Test’, do well in the subsequent interview at the Embassy, and have obtained high percentage of marks in their last qualifying examination, will be forwarded to ICCR for consideration, in the order of merit. (j) Indian Universities/educational institutions are autonomous and independent and have their own eligibility criteria, forwarding of applications is, thus, not a guarantee of admission. Scholarship is awarded only when admission is confirmed to the candidate by this Embassy. (k) Hostel accommodation is not guaranteed and is exception rather than an assured facility. The small accommodation allowance that ICCR gives, allow 2 to 3 students to ‘chum-up’ and share a small flat. Scholars are advised to carry some money to meet incidental expenditure on arrival. (l) Once admission of a scholar is confirmed, no change in course of study or change in University would be permitted. Any scholar changing University or course without written approval of the concerned authorities would be doing it at his own risk, which may involve his repatriation back to the Republic of Yemen. (m) All prospective candidates should obtain a certificate that they are free from AIDS prior to their departure for India. However, all selected candidates would have to undergo an AIDS test in India before admission is finally confirmed by the Indian University/Institution. If any of the nominees is found HIV positive in India, the scholar would have to come back immediately and Government of India will not bear any expense on this account. (n) Scholars pursuing science courses will have to bear the expenditure on laboratory chemicals and other related incidental charges. (o) The candidate has to bear the cost of air passage to and from India. 3. While filling up the application forms, the following points may please be kept in mind: Read the instructions on the Application Booklet carefully, before filling up the application. Please fill up the application forms in neat handwriting – all entries except the signature in the application should, as far as possible, be typewritten or neatly written in block letters. Contact phone/mobile numbers should be mentioned in the address column. Certificate of Physical Fitness from a qualified doctor should be obtained in Appendix-2. Appendix-1 and Appendix-3 should not be filled in by the applicant. These will be filled in by the concerned official at the Embassy. ‘Personal Particulars’ at Appendix-6 should be filled in completely. The Embassy will be the final authority in forwarding the list of nominations for processing by ICCR
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