Feb 09, Kathmandu- Lord Buddha Education Foundation- LBEF, the country's first college related to information technology, is going to provide scholarships to students who want to study IT. In collaboration with the Computer Association of Nepal Can Federation, the foundation is going to provide scholarships to 49 students selected from all over the country. LBEF president Pankaj Jalan and CAN Federation president Ranjit Podar signed the agreement regarding the scholarship.
In all seven provinces, it is going to provide scholarships targeting students who are economically and socially behind. It is mentioned in the agreement with the CAN Federation that 49 students will be provided free scholarships for studying information technology-related subjects at the Lord Buddha Education Foundation.
The CAN Federation will do the work of selecting students who are backward from the economic and social point of view based on merit. It is mentioned in the agreement that 7 and 7 students from all seven provinces will be selected by the independent investigation committee of the CAN Federation. It is mentioned in the agreement that Lord Buddha Education Foundation will bear the cost amount of 283 thousand which is spent annually under the IT student scholarship.
The Foundation is going to provide free scholarships to students under its social responsibility program. Lord Buddha Education Foundation, the country's first college related to information technology, has been providing scholarships to students in various subjects every year. The college has also been accepting the policy of earning while studying.