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Eklavya India Foundation rolls out 3-day higher education workshop drive in Kargil


Eklavya India Foundation rolls out 3-day higher education workshop drive in Kargil

Kargil, Dec 05, 2022:

Under the supervision of Deputy Commissioner/CEO, LAHDC, Kargil Santosh Sukhadeve, Eklavya India Foundation in association with District Administration Kargil today started a three-day higher education workshop drive from Syeed Haider Razvi Memorial Government Higher Secondary School, Sankoo.

The team of Eklavya India Foundation in presence of CEO Kargil, Mushtaq Ahmed started the workshop drive at the Higher Secondary School where teachers and a large number of students of 11th and 12th classes participated.

The workshop drive is aimed to create awareness among students in Kargil about higher education opportunities in India and encourage admission of large number of students from remote areas of Kargil in reputed universities outside Ladakh for better higher education. More than a thousand students are expected to participate and benefit in the three-day workshop drive.

Mentors of Eklavya India Foundation including Raju Kendre its founder (Chevening Scholar, FCDO UK) and Rushikesh Ukirde (JNU) informed students about scholarship programs and opportunities in higher education.

The students were informed in detail about how to apply for scholarship opportunities in different fields in reputed universities in India and abroad.

Representatives of the foundation informed that in the near future, they are planning a virtual training program and in April next year they will conduct a workshop that would focus on maximum participation of students in National level entrance exams.

The students actively participated in the interaction session and put forth their views. They also raised their queries regarding different kinds of scholarships offered by top colleges and universities in India and abroad.

The students thanked Eklavya India Foundation and District Administration Kargil for organizing such a workshop drive which will immensely benefit the student community of Kargil district.

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