Kejriwal promotes Caste based reservation, sponsors SC/ST/OBC students for Harvard

We have witnessed many bright students failing to study at recognised foreign universities due to lack of money. But no worries if you belong to SC, ST, OBC and minority communities as a sensational development has crept in where the aforementioned community students can now happily look forward to studying at Harvard and Oxford.

The beneficiaries would have to be residents of Delhi. The fellowship would fill up all kinds of studies like MBA, PhD, medicine, etc in foreign countries. The social welfare department of the Delhi government is in pursuit of introducing a fellowship scheme named after Dr B R Ambedkar to fully fund such students to pursue their careers in foreign universities.

“It has been noticed that many students from SC/ST, OBC and minority communities fail to study at prestigious foreign universities despite qualifying for admission by working very hard and passing the entrance examinations due to lack of money.

There are many meritorious students in these communities who will scale great heights in life with financial support. After learning at the world’s prestigious universities, such students would be able to make a contribution towards the development of the country,” said social welfare minister Rajendra Pal Gautam.

“It is only for studies in foreign universities because the government already has scholarship schemes for students from these communities who study in the country’s universities,” said Gautam.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.