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New Indo-Bangla Maitree Muktijodha Sontan Scholarship scheme 2019-'20

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Government of India has sanctioned 10,000 scholarships for heir of Muktijodhas over five years and the scheme was started in 2017-2018.
For the year 2019-2020, 2000 scholarships will be awarded (1000 each for Higher Secondary and Undergraduate levels).
Undergraduate students will get a one time amount of Taka 50,000 and Higher Secondary students Taka 20,000.  
Ministry of Liberation War Affairs, Government of Bangladesh has partnered with Indian High Commission to select deserving students covering all districts of Bangladesh.  
Advertisement has been placed by the Ministry in their official web site (www.molwa.gov.bd) and local news paper 'The Daily Janakantha' and 'The Bangladesh Pratidin' on 21 July 2019.  Applicants are advised to visit the website and submit their application as per prescribed application format before 22 August 2019 directly to Ministry of Liberation War Affairs.

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