AWF Scholarships for Meritorious Students
Hello students and friends! You are lucky if you have merit. You are welcomed by a great offer from Advance Welfare Foundation (AWF). AWF is offering scholarships for 560 meritorious students who intend to pursue higher degree.
Advance Welfare Foundation was founded in 1998. Is was founded by Gazi Md. Abdus Salam who was a philanthropist. It is a successful field of established with his steady struggle. Its motto is the “Coordination between man and education to build technology based welfare society”. Now a number of AWF Scholarships are offered by Advance Welfare Foundation.
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For working with underrepresented and underprivileged college students a professor of UW-La Crosse is going to be recognized statewide.
A UW-L history professor named Víctor M. Macías-González will be awarded with a Board of Regents Diversity Award-2015 on Friday, 6 February, at the
Board of Regents Meeting in Madison. Up to three, $5,000 awards are made by the Board of Regents each year to recognize agents related to institutional change who foster access and success for historically underrepresented populations.
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The Public Service Commission deferred “35th BCS preliminary examination” for one month. A. E. N. Nesaruddin, the exam controller of the commission, ensured that instead of 6 February the exam will be held on 6 March 2015.
He said on Tuesday that because of complications regarding test center the
exam has been deferred. In February, there are a number of exams including SSC. We need more than 200 centers. Considering all, the exam has been deferred for one month.
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