IIT (BHU) Foundation announces the recipients of the IIT (BHU) Foundation Scholarship.
This means-based scholarship is the result of the Access Fund established by the Foundation through a generous US $2 million donation (https://lnkd.in/epd2Eydy) from Nikesh Arora, Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi (BHU) graduate and CEO of cybersecurity leader Palo Alto Networks.
This year, 22 students received the scholarship including 7 women. These awardees represent 6% of the 363 applications received. Of these 363 applications 17% were women but represented 36% of the recipients. Please refer below for the complete list of 22 recipients this year.
The Foundation celebrates the 22 recipients but does point out that there is a significant need for financial support to cover the sizable pool of candidates applying for assistance this year. Please continue to spread the word and support the Foundation Access Fund by making a financial contribution here.
IIT (BHU) Foundation extends its heartiest congratulations to the second batch of recipients of the IIT (BHU) Foundation Scholarship and wish them all the best for their journey ahead!
Find below the list of awardees.
|Krush Agrawal||Chemical Engineering|
|Ayush Kumar Dubey||Ceramic Engineering and Technology|
|Kunwar Rupendra Sharma||Mechanical Engineering|
|Swati Gupta||Electronics Engineering|
|Shalu Verma||Pharmaceutical Engineering and Technology|
|Aditi Vishwas Kamble||Chemical Engineering|
|Karamsingh Mandloi||Ceramic Engineering and Technology|
|Ansh Chaudhary||Mechanical Engineering|
|Rakesh Saini||Ceramic Engineering and Technology|
|Deepanshu Kumar Prajapati||Chemical Engineering|
|Shiv Kumar||Mechanical Engineering|
|Aman Sharma||Materials Science and Technology|
|Anurag Kumar||Biomedical Engineering|
|Saumya Trivedi||Metallurgical Engineering|
|Rajneesh Kumar||Chemical Engineering|
|Kriti Raj||Pharmaceutical Engineering and Technology|
|Ayush Raj||Biomedical Engineering|
|Khushi Agrawal||Chemical Engineering|