Tribal Affairs invites scholarship

IMPHAL, August 4: The Director of the Department of Tribal Affairs & Hills (Tribal Affairs Division), Manipur invites applications for award of post metric scholarship from the eligible scheduled tribe students pursuing recognised post-matriculate courses in the Government recognised institutions in India for the academic session of 2013-2014.

The details of the scholarship will be available at the office of the Tribal Affairs and application forms can be down loaded (to be printed on both sides of paper of Legal size) from the website, it said.

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