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Fri, 22 Nov 2019 20:02 - Updated Fri, 22 Nov 2019 19:59

India provides scholarships for Angolans

Luanda - India is available to provide technical and professional scholarships and degrees for Angolans, said Friday in Luanda, the Asian country's ambassador to Angola, Srikumar Menon.

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The ambassador made this statement to the press after donating more than 150 English-language books to the "Zé-Dú" media library in the municipality of Cazenga to encourage young people to deepen their English language skills.

According to the ambassador, scholarship holders should be able to master English at the intermediate level and submit their applications via the internet, and the training should be fully paid by the Indian government.

Srikumar Menon said that Cazenga has a large number of students and people who speak English fluently, that is why the "Zé-Dú" media library was chosen.

He said that there are a considerable number of Angolan students in India and others already graduated back to Angola, after completing the short courses.

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