15 Malagasy students benefited from Indian scholarships. All academic fees and personal expenses will be covered.
15 Malagasy Fellows in India
Scholarships. About 15 Malagasy students benefited from scholarships for India this year. The beneficiaries will have the choice between various sectors, namely Journalism and Communication, Business Administration, Commerce, Science, Information Technology and Economics.
According to the explanations, the ICCR offers nearly 3,365 scholarships every year. 900 of these scholarships are exclusively for students from African countries. It was also pointed out during the first ICCR Foundation World Day celebration on April 9 in Antananarivo at the Embassy of India that all fellowship expenses and expenses will be covered by the ICCR during the university course: air tickets, accommodation and student fees.
55 Malagasy students have gone to India since 2014. In fact, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations or ICCR offers scholarships every year for bachelor’s graduates, academics, doctoral and post-doctoral students in various Indian Universities and Institutes. And this year,
Founded on 09 April 1950 by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Indian Prime Minister of Education, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations is to participate actively in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs relating to foreign cultural relations. India. It also promotes and strengthens cultural relations and mutual understanding between India and other countries. The ICCR also promotes cultural exchanges and thus develops cultural relations with other countries.
As part of the celebration of the event, Mr. Abhay Kumar, Ambassador of India emphasized in his speech the role of the ICCR in promoting understanding between civilizations and nations through exchanges cultural programs, scholarships and a remarkable program of visits.