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KK Handique varsity to provide scholarship to 5 female students

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 10 - Encouraged by the success of two of the five students who received scholarships from Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University to prepare for the Indian Civil Services examinations, the University has decided to provide similar scholarships to five female candidates to prepare for the main examination of the State Civil Services examinations.

In a press release, the varsity authorities said it created Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Students� Welfare Mission with monthly contributions from all the members of the varsity family, and scholarships amounting to Rs 1 lakh each were given to five female students of the State to prepare for the main examination of the Indian Civil Services. Of those who received the scholarships, Bipasha Kalita secured the 41st rank while Yashodhara Das got the ranking of 894.

The University launched the scheme to extend a helping hand to candidates of the civil services main examination as they have to spend a substantial amount of money for getting proper training and study materials, the release stated.

The University has also decided to provide scholarships to five girl students to prepare for the final examinations of the State Civil Services. The scholarships will be provided to students belonging to SC, ST, OBCs and tea tribes. They will be given a scholarship of Rs 50,000 each, the release further added.

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KK Handique varsity to provide scholarship to 5 female students

GUWAHATI, May 10 - Encouraged by the success of two of the five students who received scholarships from Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University to prepare for the Indian Civil Services examinations, the University has decided to provide similar scholarships to five female candidates to prepare for the main examination of the State Civil Services examinations.

In a press release, the varsity authorities said it created Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Students� Welfare Mission with monthly contributions from all the members of the varsity family, and scholarships amounting to Rs 1 lakh each were given to five female students of the State to prepare for the main examination of the Indian Civil Services. Of those who received the scholarships, Bipasha Kalita secured the 41st rank while Yashodhara Das got the ranking of 894.

The University launched the scheme to extend a helping hand to candidates of the civil services main examination as they have to spend a substantial amount of money for getting proper training and study materials, the release stated.

The University has also decided to provide scholarships to five girl students to prepare for the final examinations of the State Civil Services. The scholarships will be provided to students belonging to SC, ST, OBCs and tea tribes. They will be given a scholarship of Rs 50,000 each, the release further added.

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