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US embassy in New Delhi skills Indian students in English

Hundred students from socio-economically challenged backgrounds graduated under the US Embassy's two-year English language program

English Access Micro Scholarship Program. Image - AMU

The United States embassy in New Delhi announced the graduation ceremony of 100 economically disadvantaged students from Amritsar, Punjab,  under their 'English Access Microscholarship Program'

Held in partnership with the Regional English Language Office (RELO) and the Nanhi Chhaan Foundation (NCF), the program is a US State Department-sponsored global initiative that provides English communication skills to talented students from socio-economically disadvantaged communities.

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