Earn while you learn scheme for university students from lower income group

November 2007
Chemical Business;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p79
Trade Publication
The article reports on the scholarship being offered by Nandini Consultancy Centre Pvt. Ltd., a Chemical Business Consultancy Organisation based in Chennai, India, to university students from lower income group taking up chemistry, chemical technology, chemical engineering and allied subjects. Under the scheme, students will be given short term assignments for conducting investigative studies in areas related to their course of study. Each student will receive 6000 Indian rupees that will be provided in three stages.


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