The Times Of India The Times (India) The Times, the oldest and most trusted English-language newspaper in the world, has launched a new website to offer the rare opportunity to be part of an international scholarship.
The Tallo Scholarship is the first in a series of scholarship offers, which will be available to any Indian undergraduate or graduate from India’s top universities.
The students will receive scholarships worth around $1.5 million and will be able to earn money from a range of fields, including journalism, finance, and law.
The students, who are from the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Haryana, will study at Indian institutions for a maximum of four years, while the maximum number of students will be 16.
“The Tallo Scholarships are a way for our students to experience a different world,” said Arvind Shinde, the president of the International Tallo Association.
“I hope that this unique opportunity will inspire the next generation of students to explore careers in journalism, journalism education, business, and finance.”
The university, in its new website, says the program will enable students to earn $1,250,000 per year from their scholarships, with a maximum amount of $2,500,000 in the first year and $3,500 in the second year.
The scholarship will be given to applicants from each state.
The first batch of applicants, including students from West Bengal and Maharashtra, will receive $1 million each.
The number of scholarships to be offered in the coming years is still being determined.
The scholarship is part of a broader campaign to encourage Indian students to pursue their dreams.
The government has launched the India-wide Tallo Youth Project, which aims to develop a global vision for the future of the country’s youth.
India is among the world’s top 10 education-reforming countries, with about 80% of its population enrolled in higher education.