Study Abroad: Andhra Pradesh Government Provides Study Abroad Grants to Indian Students by releasing Rs 19.95 crore

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Study abroad The Andhra Pradesh government provide study abroad grants to Indian students by releasing Rs 19.95 crore
The Andhra Pradesh chief minister, YS Jaganmohan Reddy said that the government would help the Indian students focus more on their academic careers by bringing fame to the country as well as the state on international platforms. 

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister ys Jaganmohan Reddy deposited INR 19.95 crore under the Videshi Vidya Deevena scheme as per the financial assistance to the first instalment. This will benefit the 213 eligible ST, SC, BC, EBC, and Minority students who have taken admitted to the top 200 reputed universities in the world as per the QS World Rankings for their study abroad program.  


While discussing this matter on Friday, the Chief Minister said that the beneficiaries are the students with great academic careers who have a goal to boost the fame of the country as well as the state on the international level. 

This specific scheme will undoubtedly prove a golden era in the state history as this scheme will extend the study abroad grants as well as different types of financial schemes to qualified students who want to pay close attention to their academic careers in foreign universities

The students who are facing financial difficulties to take enrolment in foreign universities will undoubtedly leverage the benefits of this scheme from the Andhra Pradesh government. The Andhra Pradesh government also said that they will be investing money more in the educational sector than any other sector. 

Study abroad: The Andhra Pradesh government provide study abroad grants to Indian students by releasing Rs 19.95 crore

This is because these study abroad grants will develop the students and the human resource so that they can achieve new heights and targets. 

Importance of Study Abroad Grants for International Students 

The Chief Minister also stated that earlier students were missing opportunities due to lack of funds. He thinks that the students should not lose their study abroad opportunities due to insufficient back balance or poverty. Some great leaders of India pursued their higher education at foreign universities while some of the most reputed Indian-born CEOs also completed their education at abroad universities. 

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