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ICCR Scholarship Application Guide for Bangladesh Nationals

Biplob Chandra Chakraborty

01 Nov 2016

ICCR Scholarship Application Guide for Bangladesh Nationals

Every year Government of India offer different scholarship schemes to international students to study in India through Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR).  Under the ICCR Scholarship scheme almost 200 Bangladeshi students get opportunity to study in India each year funded by Government of India.

ICCR Scholarship covers almost all subjects from Diploma to PhD except medicine and dentistry. ICCR invite Scholarship application through High Commission of India in Bangladesh from Bangladesh Nationals in between December to January each year without exception.

High Commission of India announces ICCR Scholarship on its website with complete guide and publishes circulars on different national dailies.

Many students apply for this scholarship each year. However, many students make mistake while filling up the application form accordingly. Initially selected candidates must sit for English Proficiency Test (EPT) as per the schedule of tests.  

After EPT tests, candidates will have to face oral interview as per the schedule of oral interview. As we are dealing Indian University admission since long, we may assist prospective candidates to fill up their form accordingly and provide them tips for EPT test and oral interview as per our working experience.

Those who need our assistance in this regard may contact us filling up the form https://goo.gl/s3bSYH 

One of our counselors will reply the applicant with an appointment to visit our office along with the documents.

Please note, our guide never guarantee that the candidate must qualify for the scholarship. We just share our experience with the candidate and our assistance charge is BDT 5000/- that must pay in cash during your visit to our office.

No assistance will be provided without paying the charge mentioned here.

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