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53 BASE students qualify in KVPY aptitude test
This is funded by the Department of Science and Technology and administered by the Indian Institute of Science
Bfirst Network
5 Jan, 2017

Bengaluru: Fifty-three students of BASE have cleared the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) examination, a central government initiative to encourage students to take up research in pure sciences.

The students have qualified in the stage 1 examination of the KVPY programme. This prestigious scholarship programme is funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India and administered by the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. Scholarships are provided (up to the pre-Ph.D. level) to selected students.

Congratulating the students, Y K Jayaramappa, CEO, BASE, said, “We are proud of our students who have aced the exams and would like to congratulate them for their sheer hard work and dedication put into the program.”

KVPY offers scholarships to assist these students realise their potential to the maximum and the funding is provided up to pre-PhD levels.

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