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The High Commission of India in Colombo announced scholarships for Sri Lankan nationals under the Ayush Scholarship Scheme for UG/PG/Ph.D. courses in Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy for the academic year 2018-19.  

The Government of India, in consultation with the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) of Sri Lanka, will select meritorious Sri Lankan nationals to award of these scholarships to. 

These scholarships cover the full tuition fees and a monthly sustenance allowance for the duration of the course. The scholarship also covers accommodation allowance and an annual grant. All ICCR scholars in India are provided full healthcare facilities. 

Candidates interested in applying for these scholarships may send their bio-data in the format prescribed by the MoHE, along with copies of supporting documents, to 18 Ward Place, Colombo 07, by 25 July. The application forms can be downloaded from the Ministry of Higher Education’s website at www.mohe.gov.lk. 

Interested students may also like to visit www.indianmedicine.nic.in for a detailed information brochure and other inputs about the scholarship. 

 


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