In order to boost the human resource development in Nepal, the Indian government has provided scholarships to 200 Nepalese students on merit basis.
In a function orgainsed in Nepal, the Nepal’s Education Minister Chitralekha Yadav and Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rao jointly handed the certificate of merit along with the scholarship amount to the 12th batch of the Golden Jubilee Scholarship recipients. This scheme was launched by the Indian government in 2002 to observe the 50th year of Economic Cooperation between India and Nepal. In the beginning, the number of scholarships was 50, which increased to 100 in 2007 and from 2012, the number has doubled to 200.
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