Articles and Crowdsourcing Groups

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We cannot stress this enough: take advantage of the articles and forums where your questions have been asked and answered already.

Don’t try to reinvent the wheel here.

In-depth articles have been written both for a global* and India-specific* audience, stating 20+ scholarships to apply to.

Quora, Reddit, and Facebook (with the help of past students) have done the work for you already. Join the various information sharing groups in these sites, where you will have access to the accumulated wisdom of the past and present students. Ask questions (and answer the ones you can to help others). Some students get pretty specific with theirs.*

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Dedicated Websites

If you want to go beyond the information you obtained from past students, you can make use of the numerous websites that are dedicated to keeping an updated list of all scholarships.

India Specific

  • MHRD Government of India

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