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The N S Scholarship program

The N S Scholarship program is the Foundation’s endeavor to promote academic excellence in India. The Narotam Sekhsaria Scholarship is a merit-based loan scholarship designed for the best and brightest minds who wish to pursue their post graduate studies in prestigious universities in India and abroad. So far, since 2005, our scholars have gone to prestigious universities such as IIM Kolkata, IIM Ahmedabad, Oxford University, Stanford University, University of Cambridge, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, MIT, Harvard University, London School of Economics, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

Graduates of a recognized Indian university, who are Indian Nationals, below 30 years of age and who are planning to pursue their post graduate studies during 2009-2010 can apply for the NS Scholarship. Besides gaining a higher education, those selected will have a unique advantage of being a part of our mentoring program. Each selected scholar is assigned a mentor to guide them in their development as professionals and motivate them to strive for excellence.

Those wishing to apply can download the application form from our website: “http://nsscholarship.net/” The last date for submission of the form is February 20, 2009.

Contact us: Maya Sawant / Kavita Kisla Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation, 102, Maker Chambers I Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021.Ph no.: 91 22 22824589 / 22824705 Official email id: kavita.kisla@nsfoundation.co.in / maya.sawant@nsfoundation.co.in

January 23, 2009 - Posted by | Scholarships - Beasiswa

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