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Scholarship in India for Nepali Students

Scholarship in India for Nepali Students

Under the COMPEX Scheme for Scholarship in India for Nepali Students, the Indian Embassy offers admission and scholarships to undergraduate programs in engineering (BE), pharmacy (B. Pharmacy), agriculture (B.Sc.-Agri), dairy technology (B.Sc.-DT), and nursing (B.Sc.) in Indian Universities and Institutes. MBBS/BDS seats (Self-finance) are no longer included in the COMPEX scheme entrance exam due to the requirement of a NEET score

When & How to Apply:

The program complex Scholarship Scheme for B.Tech/ B.Sc(Agri)/ B.Pharma/ B.Sc(Nursing)/ B.Sc(Food Technology) courses for the Academic Year 2022-23 is tentatively announced around April or May. Advertisements for the COMPEX Scholarship Program for Scholarship in India for Nepali Students are published in regional publications and online at the Embassy of India (


About India Embassy Scholarship for Nepali Students

One of the key facets of India-Nepal collaboration throughout the years has been India’s assistance in the development of Nepal’s human resources.

  • For various courses at the level of Ph.D./Masters, Bachelors for study in India; and Bachelors and Class-XI for study in Nepal, the Indian government offers about 3000 scholarships/seats to Nepali nationals each year through the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.
  • Various fields of study, including engineering, agriculture, pharmacy, computer applications, business administration, music, and the fine arts, are covered by these scholarships and seats.
  • Bharat-Nepal For Nepalese undergraduate and graduate students, Maitri Shiksha Karyakaram is a brief course. The program was introduced in 2014 to give young people the chance to learn more about the numerous parts of Indian culture, India-Nepal relations, and the advancements the nation has made in several fields.

[Important: The majority of the procedures for applying for and using the programs listed below include completing online forms. All candidates are urged to make sure that the information they input is true and matches their mark sheets, especially with regard to their name and identity, the grades they received, etc. If this isn’t done, the application may be summarily rejected at any point. In programs where applications are submitted in hard copies, it is equally important to make sure that the data is complete, accurate, and tally with the grade sheet.]