About 2 Crore Scholarship

A number of competitive events will be held to provide 2 crore worth scholarship to deserving students who will take part in Online Examinations and Talent Hunt Competition. Students, who have filled in a scholarship form, will be allowed to take a scholarship test and talent hunt competition, and the best performers will be awarded the full scholarship to study in grades eleven and twelve at reputed schools/colleges of the Kathmandu Valley and beyond it. The two crore worth scholarship, which is the largest scholarship scheme in Nepal, is really a phenomenal achievement for the SEE graduates.

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In order to get the scholarship, students will have to visit the site, ‘virtualedufairnepal.com’, fill up the exam form and immediately sit for the online exam. It commences from 21st Shrawan and concludes on 3rd Bhadra, 2077. The results will be announced on 5th Bhadra, and notice and email will be sent to respective students for scholarship wins. This is an exhilirating opportunity to compete in 2 crore scholarship schemes.

The ‘virtualedufairnepal.com’ will provide 15 full schoalrships to students who have been outstanding performers in speech, essay writing, and poem recitation contests; five scholarships from each event.

Needless to say, the SEE result-awaiting students can participate in the competitions. The contestants will use English or Nepali as the language for Speeh Competition whereas English is compulsory for essay writing, and the medium of poem recitation is Nepali language. Each participant can prepare videos in a wide format for both the Speech and Poem Recitation competititions and send them to virtualedufairnepal@gmail.com. Our evaluation committee will shortlist the videos and those selected videos are premiered on our YouTube channel. A total of five topics will be given for each contest, and the contestants will choose one, prepare and send us within the deadline. The contestants should send their videos by 8th Bhadra, 2077; the results will be announced on 12th Bhadra.

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