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JGU aims to build human capital of fellow developing countries through higher education because it believes that education is a source of empowerment. To further this aim, the University has instituted two scholarship programmes – Jindal Afghanistan Scholarship and Empowerment Programme (JASEP) and the Jindal Africa Scholarships.
In an effort to strengthen people-to-people linkages between India and Afghanistan, JGU offers 100 percent scholarship for five girls and 50 percent scholarship for all students from Afghanistan. The purpose of the scholarship programme is to encourage bright Afghan students who would otherwise be unable to access quality higher education.
JGU instituted the Jindal-Africa Scholarship Programme as part of its commitment towards fostering global cooperation and development, with a special focus on Africa. This scholarship programme is intended to build human capital of fellow developing countries through higher education. It aims to build capacities of young Africans by bringing them to the JGU campus in India and training them in key issue areas relevant to the national priorities of their respective countries. The ultimate goal of this programme is to strengthen people-to-people linkages between India and Africa.
Under this scholarship programme, JGU offers 50 scholarships to Africans for study beginning in August 2015. The scholarships range from 50% to 100% tuition waiver, based on merit. More information on programmes and admissions requirements are available at http://www.jgu.edu.in/internationaloffice/content/admissions
To encourage bright students who would otherwise be unable to access quality higher education, JGU has instituted a robust scholarship scheme. Each school offers several scholarships for their programmes.
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