Governor Abdullahi Ganduje (file)
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has accredited the discharge of N100 Million for college students below the Kano/France Joint Scholarship Programme.
Ganduje revealed this in an announcement on Wednesday, noting that the fund is for the 2019/2020 educational session.
The Kano State Authorities had entered an settlement with the French Embassy the place lecturers from tertiary establishments within the state are despatched to additional their research to Masters and PhD ranges.
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In line with the assertion, the approval of the fund is a sign that the Ganduje-led authorities seeks to make sure that the scholars endure their research seamlessly.
He famous that his authorities would all the time meet a part of its settlement, urging the scholars to be focussed “so as to have value for the resources spent, for the development of the state education system.”
Lecturers from state-owned universities and different colleges of upper studying within the State are beneficiaries of the programme.
The College of Lyon, Ecole Central Nantes, College of Bourgogne, Good Sophia Antipolis, EPITA Paris, College of Paris Sud, and the College of Paris, Saclay are a number of the colleges the place the beneficiaries run the programme.