Category: Merit cum Means based

Scholarship: Marubeni India Meritorious Scholarship 2019-20

Description: Marubeni India Private Limited (MIPL) has announced this year’s ‘Marubeni India Meritorious Scholarship’ to help meritorious and needy students to pursue undergraduate studies with financial assistance. The program is open to students across Pan India.

Eligibility: Indian resident students who’ve scored minimum 75% in Class 12 (2018-19) and are pursuing full-time higher education in any under-graduate program at any State/UGC recognised institution may apply for this scholarship. Only candidates with annual family income not more than INR 4 Lakhs, who are not availing scholarship of equal to or more than INR 6,000 are eligible.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected scholars will be awarded a scholarship sum of INR 40,000/- to INR 50,000/- in single installment.

Last Date to Apply: September 25, 2019

Application: Online applications only

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/MIM5

 

Category: Merit cum Means based

Scholarship: AICTE PG (GATE/GPAT) Scholarship 2019-20

Description: AICTE and MHRD, Govt. of India are providing qualified graduates an opportunity to avail scholarship for their post-graduate studies in technical disciplines. The program is aimed at encouraging technical education in India.

Eligibility: Indian graduates with a valid GATE/GPAT score enrolled in 1st year of M.Tech./M.E./M.Pharma/M.Arch. courses at an AICTE recognized institution in the academic year 2019-20 are eligible for this scholarship program.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected scholars will receive a monthly stipend of INR 12,400 for the duration of two years to cover the expenses of their post-graduate studies.

Last Date to Apply: September 30, 2019

Application: Apply online

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/PGA1

 

Category: Research Based

Scholarship: Water Advanced Research and Innovation Fellowship Program (WARI) 2019

Description: Under this programme Indian students pursuing research studies in disciplines of water science are invited to collaborate with scientists and students of USA while availing financial aid for their studies. Applicants may either apply for student internships or fellowship programmes.

Eligibility: Indian students currently pursuing a PhD in Water Science and Engineering may apply for student internship positions, while Indian citizens who have secured a PhD in Water Science and Engineering and are affiliated to a public-funded R&D Lab/S&T Institution/recognized institutions in India may apply for fellowship positions.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected students will get airfare, monthly stipend, contingency allowance, health insurance and partial housing allowance for the duration of respective internship or fellowship.

Last Date to Apply: September 30, 2019

Application: Online applications only

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/WAR3

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What did you think of our attempt to land on the moon? Disappointed or did you feel we are not big enough to attempt something so huge?

I’m going to quote from my own book DARE, which is to be launched in a month. The chapter I’m quoting from is ‘Dare to Make an Ass of Yourself!’

In making an ass of yourself, you’re like an actor who’s decided to get on stage the first time, not sure whether the audience is going to boo you offstage or applaud you for your performance, you’re shaking in your shoes, though all the people see is a confident smile. But you still go on stage!

That’s daring to make an ass of yourself!  

It was a friend of my wife, a good speaker who told me about her first experience in public speaking, “Bob,” she said, “I went up on stage, after having memorized my speech, started off with a lot of confidence, and somewhere midway, saw the eyes of everyone looking up at me, and went into a shellshock. My tongue froze, my mind went blank, and I stood, the next two minutes like a zombie, as my classmates giggled and then I stepped off the stage in shame, vowing never to face an audience again!”

She did, and later taught others how to speak English and speak in front of a crowd.

This is what India dared to do. In a world where giants like the USA, and Russia dominate all space programs, India decided to enter, dared to stand up on stage against jeers and laughter, and dared to make an ass of herself.

What we must remember is not whether Vikram landed on its feet or nose, but that it dared. This is the lesson all of us need to be proud about.

Billionaire Bill Gates, once decided to deliver software to a customer which he hadn’t developed yet, and for a computer he had never seen! Because he dared, he did.

For thousands of years it was felt no human could run a mile within four minutes; it was physically impossible. Yet Roger Bannister announced that he would, decided to make an ass of himself, and shattered this belief when he ran a mile in 3.59 minutes.

We as a nation decided to go for it, knowing the world might laugh at us if we failed. Likewise, go for it, if there’s something you are afraid to do and dare to make an ass of yourself!

Only the one who dares to do so, wins in the end..! 

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Yes India, you are being watched by the rest of the world. You are being watched by neighbours, many of whom have never tasted democracy, many who have suffered under military rule and dictatorships!

You are being watched by China, who have ruthlessly cracked down on dissidents and protestors, mowing them down with bullets and tanks!

You are being watched by princely ruled kingdoms, who till lately didn’t even allow a woman the right to drive a car!

You are being watched by nations who allow only those of one particular religion to hold office!

By America which boasts itself of being the world’s largest democracy and looks enviously at you as you shout you are the world’s largest!

By Russia, which has a strong man breaching electoral rules so he can continue ruling for a few terms more!

By England, whose rulers many decades ago, ne’er thought you’d last as a nation!

Yes, India you are being watched! 

Suddenly all eyes of the world are focused on whether this blanket thrown over one state, is actually smothering the people, that not a squeal or shriek is heard from under those heavy covers!

Suddenly all eyes of the world are wondering why a country that boasted of allowing each citizen to follow the religion of his choice, now is answerable to laws who question his right to choose which god to follow!

Suddenly the eyes of the world wonder why some in the country can’t tolerate another’s eating habits and have banned those items from their neighbours tables!

Suddenly the eyes of the world look askance at the number of women who are finding the country unsafe as they are stripped and raped in every city and town!

Suddenly the world asks, how a billion and a quarter people say that all’s well, as they feel their economy sliding, jobs dwindling and food dwindling!

Yes India you are being watched!

It’s during times of victory that the world watches how a victor behaves! Is he gracious to the loser, or is he vicious and vindictive?

It’s during times of victory that strong politicians turn to become great statesmen. It’s during times of electoral victories that gentleness and softness show the strength of a party and leader!

Yes India, today, the world watches and today we can, in this giant arena called India, show the world what we really are, not through brute force, not through the use of arms and muscle but by showing compassion, clemency and calm, all the emotions that the land of Yoga should exude.

We are being watched India, let us rise to the occasion and be worthy of such a close scrutiny..! 

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CATEGORY: MERIT CUM MEANS BASED

Scholarship: Keep India Smiling Foundational Scholarship Programme for Education 2019

Description: Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd. is giving young students an opportunity to pursue their academic/career aspirations by providing them with scholarships for education. This scholarship program provides financial aid to students pursuing studies at various post-matric and undergraduate levels to continue their education and proceed towards a career of their choice.

Eligibility: Students who have passed Class 10 with at least 75% marks or Class 12 with at least 60% marks in 2019 board exams are eligible to apply for the scholarship program for pursuing their higher secondary, 3-year graduation, 4-year engineering, Diploma programme and 1-year vocational course studies respectively. Annual Family income of all applicants must be less than INR 5 Lakhs per annum.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected scholars can avail scholarship award of up to INR 30,000 per year for up to 4 years of studies depending on their current level of education

Last Date to Apply: September 30, 2019

Application: Apply online at Buddy4Study

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/COS1

 

CATEGORY: MERIT CUM MEANS BASED

Scholarship: AICTE PG (GATE/GPAT) Scholarship 2019-20

Description: AICTE and MHRD, Govt. of India are providing qualified graduates an opportunity to avail scholarship for their post-graduate studies in technical disciplines. The program is aimed at encouraging technical education in India.

Eligibility: Indian graduates with a valid GATE/GPAT score enrolled in 1st year of M.Tech./M.E./M.Pharma/M.Arch. courses at an AICTE recognized institution in the academic year 2019-20 are eligible for this scholarship program.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected scholars will receive a monthly stipend of INR 12,400 for the duration of two years to cover the expenses of their post-graduate studies.

Last Date to Apply: September 30, 2019

Application: Apply online

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/AEW3

 

CATEGORY: RESEARCH LEVEL

Scholarship: Child Rights Research Fellowship 2019

Description: Child Rights and You (CRY) is inviting applications for its child rights fellowship programme this year. The aim of this fellowship is to build and financially assist a community of potential child rights activists. Selected candidates will get support for 1 year of fellowship programme.

Eligibility: Indian resident citizens above 18 years of age, willing to commit one year towards the research in the field of child rights activism may apply for this programme.

Prizes & Rewards: Selected fellows will receive financial support ranging between INR 50,000 to INR 1,00,000 for 1 year of fellowship research projects.

Last Date to Apply: September 20, 2019

Application: Apply online or offline

Short URL: http://www.b4s.in/AC/CCR2

 

Courtesy: www.buddy 4study.com

By Maneesha Nath

So it’s time to clear out few confusion and doubts.

BB cream and CC cream are not the same. Its two different products meant for two different purposes.

BB Cream: Beauty Balm is more like a foundation but with SPF.

CC Cream: Color Corrector which acts like a concealer.

Now the question is, are there any differences between a Foundation and a Concealer? Oh yes there is!

Concealer is used to hide blemishes, scars etc. and is used in a small area around it. Whereas Foundation evens out your skin tone and is used in the entire face.

Still wondering what to do with your dark circles?

Get a concealer and apply it under your eyes and then blend it well with your foundation and you will see the change.

With this, I hope all you beautiful girls are clear with your doubts. So keep smiling and stay tuned for another exciting topic in our next edition until then love yourself, spread happiness and take good care of yourself.

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