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Enugu State Government Approves N30m for 2017/2018 Scholarship Awards

The Enugu State Government has approved the award of N30 million scholarship to 300 students for the 2017/2018 academic session.
According to the State Commissioner for Information, Dr Godwin Udeuhele,who made this known on Friday in Enugu, the beneficiaries were drawn from the three senatorial districts of the state.
Briefing newsmen on the outcome of the State Executive Council meeting, held on Thursday, Udeuhele said the gesture was to relieve parents of the financial burden of training their wards.
According to him, the beneficiaries of the scholarship scheme are second year students in institutions of higher learning in the country.

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He explained that the scheme covered students studying Science and Technology, Medical Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Agricultural Sciences and Special Education courses.
He said that following an advertisement by the Enugu State Scholarship Board, 2,704 candidates were shortlisted for a written interview.
“After the written interview, 300 successful candidates were chosen,’’ he said.
Udeuhele said that each of the beneficiaries would receive N100,000 for the academic session. (NAN)
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