Assam girl selected for Commonwealth Scholarship in UK

Adolescents from the upper east area are not a long ways behind their partners from whatever remains of the nation. A youthful understudy from Assam has as of late been chosen for the prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship in United Kingdom.

A 22-year-old from Jorhat area, Sneha Khaund, is an English move on from St Stephen’s College in Delhi. She was as of late chosen for the grant in United Kingdom for the year 2015-2016. She is one among 22 Indian understudies chose for the grant this year and will now be seeking after her Master’s degree in Comparative Literature at London University. Communicating pleasure over her choice, Sneha said that she anticipates study the subject she adores.

She said, “I am exceptionally upbeat that I have been decided for this grant and I feel respected. I look upon it as an open door for me to study something that I adore. There will be world class offices accessible there so I feel extremely appreciative and I think it is an incredible open door.”

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Sneha was one of only a handful couple of understudies whose application was chosen by the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry and sent to the commission. Sneha further said that she needs to stay in contact with social issues while seeking after a scholastic vocation.

She included that, “I plan to have a scholastic vocation and get a PhD I don’t need a scholarly profession that is totally separated from social issues that we confront. Indeed, even while seeking after a scholarly vocation, I need to be included in different viewpoints. I would like to compose.”

Her dad, Devajeet Khaund, said that absence of mindfulness among individuals about grant open doors accessible has left numerous qualified understudies denied. “On the off chance that my little girl can make it, then there are such a large number of promising understudies why should qualified get this kind of grant. In view of absence of mindfulness, a significant number of them are denied,” he said.

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Understudies in the upper east district have possessed the capacity to demonstrate their fortitude in different fields and numerous like Sneha are currently pointing high to make their imprint in distinctive fields.

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