KAVRE: Computer Association of Nepal has offered scholarships to 49 students from across the country to study BSc IT.
The association picked aspiring students for the scheme with sponsorship of Kathmandu-based Lord Buddha Educational Foundation.
Of them, one person from each province will be provided full and remaining six will be provided partial scholarship.
Four will be given facility under female merit IT scholarship and three under IT merit scholarship.
“The students have been offered scholarship worthRs 18.3 million,” said Prabhat Shrestha.
A version of this article appears in print on July 05, 2018 of The Himalayan Times.