Students from economically disadvantaged groups in society have an essential question about scholarships at colleges and universities abroad.
Many kids who did well on their 12th board exams are applying to schools and universities abroad, but the most important thing is “choosing” the correct one. The above opinions were given by renowned educationist Gurinder Bhatti after speaking with pupils in Northern India. “I’ve always thought and felt that students should make decisions after thinking about three things: their “passion,” their “finances,” and their “future.” Additionally, each kid must make a decision on their own, free from parental or peer influence, “Bhatti spoke with ABP Live.
Bhatti gave a personal example of how he battled to pay for school in the UK while making the most of his meager means. Although it might seem improbable, Bhatti actually left his house in 2003 with only Rs. 3000 in his pocket. He overcame difficulties and problems, including those related to making ends meet, maintaining employment, and carrying out his companies successfully, and in just 17 years, with his devotion and dedication, he built a multimillion-dollar empire.
Students from economically disadvantaged groups in society have an essential question about scholarships in colleges and universities abroad.
“Only a small number of organizations and foreign consultants assist students in applying for scholarships, which I believe every worthy student should do.” Depending on the education legislation of the country, certain prestigious educational institutions offer mandated scholarships that range from partial to performance-based, “notified Bhatti. He added that students should make an effort to receive these scholarships.
Bhatti went on to say that every country needs competent and skilled professionals, and that students who successfully complete their studies with the necessary skills are in demand in all industrialized nations. Therefore, every student must choose a degree, diploma, or certificate program that will likely lead to work in the years to come, said Bhatti in his conclusion.