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Compendium On Scholarships Fellowships Freeships And Educational Loans For Study In India And Abroad
Compendium On Scholarships Fellowships Freeships And Educational Loans For Study In India And Abroad
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About The Book

Scholarships fellowships, etc. have a special place in the educational system of any country. In India they have been an integral part of the education policy and administration ever since independence. While promoting excellence in the pursuit of knowledge, they also provide opportunities to the needy but deserving students. However, many of the students, particularly those from far-flung areas, aide not aware of the various sources of information about them or face difficulties in receiving information in right time.

This Compendium brings together for the first time in India, information on various scholarships fellowships educational loans etc. administered by various ministries, departments agencies of Government of India, private sources exchange programme instituted by foreign and financial institutions. This book would be of immense use to students and other scholars, educational institutions all over the country.

This Compendium has been compiled by EdCIL (Educational consultants India Ltd.) a Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. EdC1L offers consultancy and technical services in all areas of Education and Human Resource Development on a global basis.

Foreword

We are happy that the HRD Ministry has been able to compile a Compendium on Scholarships, Freeships and Fellowships for study in India offered by the Government, private and other agencies. I am sure this will help the students and scholars to utilize the opportunities available to them. This will also make the process on selection more competitive and transparent. We have already put the compendium on the website at www.educationsupport.nic.in

We will be happy to update the compendium from time to time. I am sure the National Book Trust, India will be able to bring out an annual edition with up-to-date information every year.

I appreciate the effort put in by the Scholarship Division in the Ministry, the Educational Consultants India Limited and the National Book Trust, India for this combined effort.

Introduction

Scholarships, fellowships and other kinds of financial assistance or incentives aim at promoting excellence in the pursuit of knowledge through advanced studies or research in various branches/disciplines of (general, technical, professional and vocational) education. They encourage the students to seek and explore new vistas of knowledge, develop expertise in their areas through specialized education and/or training, develop their professional competence, better their career prospects, etc..

Scholarships, fellowships etc.. provide opportunities to the meritorious/deserving students for developing their potential or to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the subject/discipline which they are interested. When granted, scholarships become the source of recognition of the merit or achievements of the grantees and heighten their social esteem. In addition, they may spur students to achieve excellence in the areas of their pursuit. To the needy, but otherwise deserving they help in a significant way in overcoming the consequences of lack of financial resources, apart from providing other tangible and intangible benefits.

Objectives of Scholarships/Fellowships/Awards
To be more specific, scholarships and other related awards are meant to accomplish a variety of purposes:

a. Scholarships/fellowships, etc. stimulate the pursuit of excellence in whatever branch of knowledge the seeker may be engaged.
b. Scholarships encourage a spirit of healthy competition among the prospects/student community for higher attainments or excelling in their fields.
c. Scholarships and other awards are viewed by society as recognition of merit of the awardees and thus enhance their social esteem. This in turn engenders in them a sense of fulfillment/achievement.
d. Scholarships and awards are highly valued by the recipients as vehicles for achieving their career, professional or scholarly goals.
e. They motivate the candidates to develop their expertise or skills in their areas of specialization through dedicated advanced research or specialized training.
f. Scholarships and awards under the international exchange programmes enable exchange of views and provide opportunities for cross-fertilization of ideas and for expanding the horizons or research for mutual benefit. Besides, they can be helpful in developing cooperation and better understanding among the participant countries.
g. Specially instituted scholarships help in promoting education and research in the new! emerging/priority areas/disciplines considered vital for sustained economic and social growth. They thus enable in meeting the new global challenges/realities by filling the gaps. They can become torchbearers for giving a new focus or direction to educational and research efforts in the county.

Scholarships, fellowships, etc.. have a special place in the educational system of any country. In India, they have been an integral part of the education policy and administration ever since the country gained independence. With greater recognition of the contribution of education in social and economic development, the numbers of scholarships and the organizations granting such scholarships in the country, whether in the public or the private domains have proliferated over time. The role of scholarships, etc.. is likely to get further impetus with greater accent being placed on the need for dia to emerge as a knowledge superpower. It is being felt necessary to channel the energies of the nation in relation to research and advanced studies in new directions, in view of the emerging global realities.

The Need for and Objective of Compendium
For a long time it has been felt that students are either not aware of the various sources of information about various scholarships, etc.. or face difficulties in accessing information in right time. Procuring all necessary information proves to be quite a daunting task for them. They may have to either wander around several places to gather the required information or look into several sources. Thu considerable energies and a good deal of time have to be spent on such efforts. Just because some candidate(s) happen to miss or are not able to access the required information in time may deprive them of the opportunities for improving their career prospects, which would have otherwise unfolded for them. Thus, the need for compiling all necessary information about scholarships, etc.. in one source or compendium, which could serve as the Ready-Reference, cannot be overemphasized. La fact, the preparation of such a facilitating mechanism has been felt as an imperative need for a long time. It has indeed been long overdue.

The objective of the present endeavour of preparing a compendium on Scholarships, etc.. a project sponsored by the MHRD, is to provide the much needed avenue to the students to access all that they need or want to know (i.e., all necessary particulars/details) about scholarships and the granting/sponsoring/administering organizations, etc.. as one stop source of information about t1 scholarships, fellowships etc.. Thus, the Compendium will serve as single window with all relevant information about scholarships, etc.. to those who are interested in and hence seek such information. As they will have all the necessary information available in a single source, they will be in position t choose and make an evaluation or comparative assessment of the various scholarships available the areas/fields of study in which they may be interested before arriving at any definitive decision. This will help them in deciding or selecting a particular scholarship(s) that would suit them better than the others, from the point of view of their particular requirements or background, etc..

The Compendium, thus, will prove to be of immense benefit to the student community. granting/disbursing organization, both in the public and private sectors. While the benefits to like student community are too apparent to be mentioned, the organizations administering or granting scholarships will find the Compendium a useful and efficient vehicle for disseminating information to the prospects.

The Compendium provides information about scholarships, etc.. in a user-friendly manner! style/format and the information can be easily accessed. The information on scholarships, etc.. has Seen compiled, collated and presented in a brief, direct and to-the-point manner, without sacrificing the relevant particulars that need to be given.

The information for the Compendium has been collected from the various sources, viz., concerned websites, published sources, and directly from the organizations. Wherever felt necessary, and in the interest of authenticity, the information was verified and updated from the direct sources.

The ‘Content pages’ of the Compendium list, in alphabetical order, all the organizations offering scholarships, fellowships and other awards, with the titles of their various schemes. While most cases the organizations instituting the scholarship, fellowship or other award and the organization administering are the same, it may not necessarily be so in all cases. The test that has been applied for inclusion of the name of an organization is whether it administers the scholarship, or not. The question asked is: is it an administering organization or has it the responsibility of administering the scheme of scholarship, etc.? The name of the organization is listed if the scholarships awards offered are being administered by it, no matter who or which organization has instituted the scholarship/award, etc.. (that is, it takes all the necessary steps needed to make the scholarships available to the candidates: the organization invites applications, does the needed screening or arranges e selection process, shortlists the candidates, makes final selection, grants/disburses scholarship r award money, etc.).

This information about the offering organizations and their schemes of scholarships, etc. has been arranged! compiled in four sections as follows:

Section I deals with scholarships, fellowships, and other awards offered by the Government sources i.e., Ministries, Departments, institutions or agencies of the Central Government.

Section II lists scholarships, fellowships and other awards offered by Private sources, i.e., organizations, institutions, trusts or other agencies in the private or non-governmental sector and includes NGOs. If the organization is the administering agency for the scholarship/award, in terms of what has already been mentioned, its name has been listed in this category, irrespective of who or which organization/group of individuals/trust or agency has instituted or established the scholarship/award.

Section III delves on scholarships, fellowships and other awards offered under the various Exchange Programmes, which have been instituted by foreign countries/Governments, but are being offered and administered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. In other words, all such scholarships/awards, though established or instituted by the foreign Governments. have been/are being routed through the MHRD.

Section IV deals with educational loans offered by the Banks in India. The names of the Banks offering such facilities have been listed but the details of the educational loans have not been given, as all such banks are subject to the Framework/Guidelines formulated by the Government of India/Reserve Bank of India in this respect. Instead, therefore, the particulars of the Guidelines have been provided.

It is for the first time in India that a Compendium of this nature and size has been attempted. Though the necessary steps have been taken to check the veracity of the information contained in the Compendium, it is quite possible that some discrepancies/inaccuracies might have either crept into the text inadvertently or have remained unattended due to the dynamic nature of the information. When in doubt, the students and others intending to use the information are therefore advised to check the information contained in the Compendium for any changed or updating from the relevant sources indicated at appropriate places.

It is our earnest hope that the compendium will go a long way in meeting the long felt need of the Indian society in general and the student community in particular, and, thus, will fill up the void that has existed all these years.

Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Ministry Of Agriculture
Indian Council of Agricultural Research3
Ministry Of Culture
Department Of Culture7
Ministry Of Defence
Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis11
Ministry Of Finance
Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT)17
Ministry Of Health & Family Welfare
Directorate General of Health Services21
Indian Council of Medical Research22
Ministry of Home Affairs29
Bureau of Public Reserch and Development31
Ministry Of Human Resource Development33
Aligarh Muslim University35
All India Council for Technical Education52
Central Board of Secondary Education60
Central Institute of Indian Languages62
Indian Council of Historical Research63
Indian Council for Philosophical Research67
Indian Council of Social Science Research73
Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad78
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore82
Indian Institute of Management, Indore84
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode86
Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow87
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay88
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi90
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati103
Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad106
Institute for Social and Economic Change110
Institute for Studies in Industerial Development111
Jamia Milia Islamia112
Kendriya Vidyalaya114
Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)116
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal119
MHRD-GATE Scholarships122
Ministry of Human Resource Development123
Ministry Of Human Resource Development123
National Council for Educational Research and Training138
National Institute of Industrial Engineering139
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Eduaction and Research141
National Institute of Technology, Calicut142
National Institute of Technology, Surathkal143
Pondicherry University145
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan153
Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat154
Tezpur University157
University Grants Commission158
Ministry of Labour Employment173
Giri National Labour Institute173
Ministry of Non-Conventioanal Energy Sources177
National Renewable Energy Fellowships177
Ministry of Science And Technology181
Central Mechnical Engineering Research Institute181
CSIR/IIT Exchange of Scientists/Faculty182
Department Of Biotechnology183
Department of Science and Technology185
Indian National Science Academy186
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research194
Microwave Tube Research and Development centre196
Ministry of Science And Technology197
National Brain Research Centre202
National Environmental Engineering Research Institute205
Science and Engineering Research Council206
Ministry of Social Justice And Empowerment
Ministry of Statistics And Programme Implementation
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
Department of Youth Affairs and Sports233
Department of Atomic Energy
Aditya Birla Group Scholarship242
Eicher Motors Ltd./Indian Institute of Management, Indore242
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education243
Homi Bhabha Fellowships Council244
Hughes Escorts Communications Ltd./Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode245
Indian Women's Association Bonn (IWAB)/Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati246
Inlaks Foundation247
M/s Jindal Trust-Tezpur University249
K.C. Mahindra Education Trust251
Lady Meherbai D. Tata Education Trust252
Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation253
National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd.254
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd./National Institute of Technology, Rourkela255
The Paul Foundation256
Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute257
Sir Ratan Tata Trust258
Scholarships, Fellowships, ETC. Offered Under Mhrd Exchange Programme
German Government Scholarships271
Banks/Financial Institutions Offering Educational Loan

Compendium On Scholarships Fellowships Freeships And Educational Loans For Study In India And Abroad

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Scholarships fellowships, etc. have a special place in the educational system of any country. In India they have been an integral part of the education policy and administration ever since independence. While promoting excellence in the pursuit of knowledge, they also provide opportunities to the needy but deserving students. However, many of the students, particularly those from far-flung areas, aide not aware of the various sources of information about them or face difficulties in receiving information in right time.

This Compendium brings together for the first time in India, information on various scholarships fellowships educational loans etc. administered by various ministries, departments agencies of Government of India, private sources exchange programme instituted by foreign and financial institutions. This book would be of immense use to students and other scholars, educational institutions all over the country.

This Compendium has been compiled by EdCIL (Educational consultants India Ltd.) a Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. EdC1L offers consultancy and technical services in all areas of Education and Human Resource Development on a global basis.

Foreword

We are happy that the HRD Ministry has been able to compile a Compendium on Scholarships, Freeships and Fellowships for study in India offered by the Government, private and other agencies. I am sure this will help the students and scholars to utilize the opportunities available to them. This will also make the process on selection more competitive and transparent. We have already put the compendium on the website at www.educationsupport.nic.in

We will be happy to update the compendium from time to time. I am sure the National Book Trust, India will be able to bring out an annual edition with up-to-date information every year.

I appreciate the effort put in by the Scholarship Division in the Ministry, the Educational Consultants India Limited and the National Book Trust, India for this combined effort.

Introduction

Scholarships, fellowships and other kinds of financial assistance or incentives aim at promoting excellence in the pursuit of knowledge through advanced studies or research in various branches/disciplines of (general, technical, professional and vocational) education. They encourage the students to seek and explore new vistas of knowledge, develop expertise in their areas through specialized education and/or training, develop their professional competence, better their career prospects, etc..

Scholarships, fellowships etc.. provide opportunities to the meritorious/deserving students for developing their potential or to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the subject/discipline which they are interested. When granted, scholarships become the source of recognition of the merit or achievements of the grantees and heighten their social esteem. In addition, they may spur students to achieve excellence in the areas of their pursuit. To the needy, but otherwise deserving they help in a significant way in overcoming the consequences of lack of financial resources, apart from providing other tangible and intangible benefits.

Objectives of Scholarships/Fellowships/Awards
To be more specific, scholarships and other related awards are meant to accomplish a variety of purposes:

a. Scholarships/fellowships, etc. stimulate the pursuit of excellence in whatever branch of knowledge the seeker may be engaged.
b. Scholarships encourage a spirit of healthy competition among the prospects/student community for higher attainments or excelling in their fields.
c. Scholarships and other awards are viewed by society as recognition of merit of the awardees and thus enhance their social esteem. This in turn engenders in them a sense of fulfillment/achievement.
d. Scholarships and awards are highly valued by the recipients as vehicles for achieving their career, professional or scholarly goals.
e. They motivate the candidates to develop their expertise or skills in their areas of specialization through dedicated advanced research or specialized training.
f. Scholarships and awards under the international exchange programmes enable exchange of views and provide opportunities for cross-fertilization of ideas and for expanding the horizons or research for mutual benefit. Besides, they can be helpful in developing cooperation and better understanding among the participant countries.
g. Specially instituted scholarships help in promoting education and research in the new! emerging/priority areas/disciplines considered vital for sustained economic and social growth. They thus enable in meeting the new global challenges/realities by filling the gaps. They can become torchbearers for giving a new focus or direction to educational and research efforts in the county.

Scholarships, fellowships, etc.. have a special place in the educational system of any country. In India, they have been an integral part of the education policy and administration ever since the country gained independence. With greater recognition of the contribution of education in social and economic development, the numbers of scholarships and the organizations granting such scholarships in the country, whether in the public or the private domains have proliferated over time. The role of scholarships, etc.. is likely to get further impetus with greater accent being placed on the need for dia to emerge as a knowledge superpower. It is being felt necessary to channel the energies of the nation in relation to research and advanced studies in new directions, in view of the emerging global realities.

The Need for and Objective of Compendium
For a long time it has been felt that students are either not aware of the various sources of information about various scholarships, etc.. or face difficulties in accessing information in right time. Procuring all necessary information proves to be quite a daunting task for them. They may have to either wander around several places to gather the required information or look into several sources. Thu considerable energies and a good deal of time have to be spent on such efforts. Just because some candidate(s) happen to miss or are not able to access the required information in time may deprive them of the opportunities for improving their career prospects, which would have otherwise unfolded for them. Thus, the need for compiling all necessary information about scholarships, etc.. in one source or compendium, which could serve as the Ready-Reference, cannot be overemphasized. La fact, the preparation of such a facilitating mechanism has been felt as an imperative need for a long time. It has indeed been long overdue.

The objective of the present endeavour of preparing a compendium on Scholarships, etc.. a project sponsored by the MHRD, is to provide the much needed avenue to the students to access all that they need or want to know (i.e., all necessary particulars/details) about scholarships and the granting/sponsoring/administering organizations, etc.. as one stop source of information about t1 scholarships, fellowships etc.. Thus, the Compendium will serve as single window with all relevant information about scholarships, etc.. to those who are interested in and hence seek such information. As they will have all the necessary information available in a single source, they will be in position t choose and make an evaluation or comparative assessment of the various scholarships available the areas/fields of study in which they may be interested before arriving at any definitive decision. This will help them in deciding or selecting a particular scholarship(s) that would suit them better than the others, from the point of view of their particular requirements or background, etc..

The Compendium, thus, will prove to be of immense benefit to the student community. granting/disbursing organization, both in the public and private sectors. While the benefits to like student community are too apparent to be mentioned, the organizations administering or granting scholarships will find the Compendium a useful and efficient vehicle for disseminating information to the prospects.

The Compendium provides information about scholarships, etc.. in a user-friendly manner! style/format and the information can be easily accessed. The information on scholarships, etc.. has Seen compiled, collated and presented in a brief, direct and to-the-point manner, without sacrificing the relevant particulars that need to be given.

The information for the Compendium has been collected from the various sources, viz., concerned websites, published sources, and directly from the organizations. Wherever felt necessary, and in the interest of authenticity, the information was verified and updated from the direct sources.

The ‘Content pages’ of the Compendium list, in alphabetical order, all the organizations offering scholarships, fellowships and other awards, with the titles of their various schemes. While most cases the organizations instituting the scholarship, fellowship or other award and the organization administering are the same, it may not necessarily be so in all cases. The test that has been applied for inclusion of the name of an organization is whether it administers the scholarship, or not. The question asked is: is it an administering organization or has it the responsibility of administering the scheme of scholarship, etc.? The name of the organization is listed if the scholarships awards offered are being administered by it, no matter who or which organization has instituted the scholarship/award, etc.. (that is, it takes all the necessary steps needed to make the scholarships available to the candidates: the organization invites applications, does the needed screening or arranges e selection process, shortlists the candidates, makes final selection, grants/disburses scholarship r award money, etc.).

This information about the offering organizations and their schemes of scholarships, etc. has been arranged! compiled in four sections as follows:

Section I deals with scholarships, fellowships, and other awards offered by the Government sources i.e., Ministries, Departments, institutions or agencies of the Central Government.

Section II lists scholarships, fellowships and other awards offered by Private sources, i.e., organizations, institutions, trusts or other agencies in the private or non-governmental sector and includes NGOs. If the organization is the administering agency for the scholarship/award, in terms of what has already been mentioned, its name has been listed in this category, irrespective of who or which organization/group of individuals/trust or agency has instituted or established the scholarship/award.

Section III delves on scholarships, fellowships and other awards offered under the various Exchange Programmes, which have been instituted by foreign countries/Governments, but are being offered and administered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. In other words, all such scholarships/awards, though established or instituted by the foreign Governments. have been/are being routed through the MHRD.

Section IV deals with educational loans offered by the Banks in India. The names of the Banks offering such facilities have been listed but the details of the educational loans have not been given, as all such banks are subject to the Framework/Guidelines formulated by the Government of India/Reserve Bank of India in this respect. Instead, therefore, the particulars of the Guidelines have been provided.

It is for the first time in India that a Compendium of this nature and size has been attempted. Though the necessary steps have been taken to check the veracity of the information contained in the Compendium, it is quite possible that some discrepancies/inaccuracies might have either crept into the text inadvertently or have remained unattended due to the dynamic nature of the information. When in doubt, the students and others intending to use the information are therefore advised to check the information contained in the Compendium for any changed or updating from the relevant sources indicated at appropriate places.

It is our earnest hope that the compendium will go a long way in meeting the long felt need of the Indian society in general and the student community in particular, and, thus, will fill up the void that has existed all these years.

Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Ministry Of Agriculture
Indian Council of Agricultural Research3
Ministry Of Culture
Department Of Culture7
Ministry Of Defence
Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis11
Ministry Of Finance
Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT)17
Ministry Of Health & Family Welfare
Directorate General of Health Services21
Indian Council of Medical Research22
Ministry of Home Affairs29
Bureau of Public Reserch and Development31
Ministry Of Human Resource Development33
Aligarh Muslim University35
All India Council for Technical Education52
Central Board of Secondary Education60
Central Institute of Indian Languages62
Indian Council of Historical Research63
Indian Council for Philosophical Research67
Indian Council of Social Science Research73
Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad78
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore82
Indian Institute of Management, Indore84
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode86
Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow87
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay88
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi90
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati103
Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad106
Institute for Social and Economic Change110
Institute for Studies in Industerial Development111
Jamia Milia Islamia112
Kendriya Vidyalaya114
Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)116
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal119
MHRD-GATE Scholarships122
Ministry of Human Resource Development123
Ministry Of Human Resource Development123
National Council for Educational Research and Training138
National Institute of Industrial Engineering139
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Eduaction and Research141
National Institute of Technology, Calicut142
National Institute of Technology, Surathkal143
Pondicherry University145
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan153
Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat154
Tezpur University157
University Grants Commission158
Ministry of Labour Employment173
Giri National Labour Institute173
Ministry of Non-Conventioanal Energy Sources177
National Renewable Energy Fellowships177
Ministry of Science And Technology181
Central Mechnical Engineering Research Institute181
CSIR/IIT Exchange of Scientists/Faculty182
Department Of Biotechnology183
Department of Science and Technology185
Indian National Science Academy186
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research194
Microwave Tube Research and Development centre196
Ministry of Science And Technology197
National Brain Research Centre202
National Environmental Engineering Research Institute205
Science and Engineering Research Council206
Ministry of Social Justice And Empowerment
Ministry of Statistics And Programme Implementation
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
Department of Youth Affairs and Sports233
Department of Atomic Energy
Aditya Birla Group Scholarship242
Eicher Motors Ltd./Indian Institute of Management, Indore242
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education243
Homi Bhabha Fellowships Council244
Hughes Escorts Communications Ltd./Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode245
Indian Women's Association Bonn (IWAB)/Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati246
Inlaks Foundation247
M/s Jindal Trust-Tezpur University249
K.C. Mahindra Education Trust251
Lady Meherbai D. Tata Education Trust252
Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation253
National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd.254
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd./National Institute of Technology, Rourkela255
The Paul Foundation256
Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute257
Sir Ratan Tata Trust258
Scholarships, Fellowships, ETC. Offered Under Mhrd Exchange Programme
German Government Scholarships271
Banks/Financial Institutions Offering Educational Loan
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I’ve received the package 2 days ago. The painting is as beautiful as I whished! I’m very interesting in history, art and culture of India and I’m studing his civilization; so I’ve visited Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in theese years. I’m a draftwoman , so I like collect works of extraordinary arts and crafts of villages, that must be protected and helped. In a short time I’ll buy some others folk painting, as Madhubani , Kalamkari and – if it’s possible – Phad. In the meanwhile, I’m very happy to have in my home a work of your great artist. Namaste, Namaskara.
Laura, Italy.
I must compliment you on timely delivery for this order. I was very impressed. Consequently, I have just placed another large order of beads and look forward to receiving these on time as well.
Charis, India
Bonjour, je viens de recevoir ma statue tête de Bouddha en cuivre. elle est magnifique et correspond exactement à la photo. Emballage très épais et protecteur, arrivé intact. Délai de livraison de 8 jours, parfait. Votre service commercial est très réactif et courtois. Je suis donc très satisfait et je tiens à le dire. Merci.
Yves, France
I was thrilled with the Tribal Treasure Box. Your customer service is outstanding. Shopping with you is like being back in India.
Yvonne, USA
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