INDIAN COUNCIL FOR CULTURAL RELATIONS
AZAD BHAVAN, I.P. ESTATE, NEW DELHI-110002.
International Scholarship Division
ICCR Scholarships for Study in India (2016-2017)
The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) offers the following scholarship schemes to pursue academic courses in various universities in India:
- India Scholarship Scheme;
- Bangladesh Scholarship Scheme;
- SAARC Scholarship Scheme;
- Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme; and
- Ayush Scholarship Scheme.
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India Scholarship Scheme:
As part of India's efforts to enhance youth exchanges, particularly of young scholars from Bangladesh, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh announced the prestigious India Scholarship Scheme during his visit to Dhaka in September 2011. Following this, ICCR introduced the scheme from academic year 2012-13 onwards, offering scholarships to students to undertake Under Graduate / Post Graduate / Ph.D courses (except Engineering and Medicine) in Humanities, Science, Commerce and Management.
Bangladesh Scholarship Scheme:
Under this scheme, ICCR offers scholarships every year to students to undertake Under Graduate / Post Graduate / M. Phil / Ph.D / Post Doctoral courses (except Medicine) in Engineering, Humanities, Science, Commerce, Management, Pharmacy, Fine Arts and Studies in Indian classical languages.
SAARC Scholarship Scheme:
ICCR offers scholarships under this scheme to pursue Under Graduate / Post Graduate / M. Phil / Ph.D Studies (except Medicine).
Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme:
ICCR offers scholarships under this scheme for students to pursue Under Graduate / Post Graduate / M. Phil / Ph.D / Post Doctoral courses (except Medicine).
Applications for the above schemes (i-v) are usually invited in December-January through advertisements in leading newspapers.Interested candidates may also refer this website for further details.
Ayush Scholarship Scheme:
Every year, the High Commission of India, Dhaka coordinates selection for scholarships under this scheme provided by ICCR to pursue courses in Indian traditional systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. This scheme is generally announced in July.
For Details: http://hcidhaka.gov.in/pages.php?id=1648