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Indian Government ICCR Scholarships For Africans

Indian Government ICCR Scholarships for Africans eligibility countries, type, value of award, number of scholarships, deadline and how to apply. Details are as follows;

Government of India through the ICCR – Indian Council for Cultural Relations – is offering up to 900 scholarships for African students to pursue undergraduate, postgraduate, and higher courses programme at Institutions/Universities in India.

Indian Government ICCR Scholarships
Indian Government ICCR Scholarships Eligible Countries

  1. Algeria

  2. Angola

  3. Benin

  4. Burkina Faso

  5. Burundi

  6. Cameroon

  7. Central African Republic

  8. Cape Verde

  9. Chad

  10. Cote d’Ivoire

  11. Comoros

  12. Congo (Republic of)

  13. Djibouti

  14. Democratic Republic of Congo

  15. Egypt, Equatorial Guinea

  16. Eritrea (concurrent from Nairobi)

  17. Ethiopia

  18. Gabon

  19. Gambia

  20. Ghana

  21. Guinea-Bissau

  22. Guinea

  23. Kenya

  24. Libya

  25. Lesotho

  26. Liberia

  27. Madagascar

  28. Mali

  29. Malawi

  30. Mauritania

  31. Mauritius

  32. Morocco

  33. Mozambique

  34. Namibia

  35. Nigeria

  36. Rwanda

  37. South Africa

  38. South Sudan (Republic of)

  39. Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone

  40. Somalia

  41. Sao Tame & Principe

  42. Sudan

  43. Swaziland

  44. Tanzania

  45. Togo

  46. Tunisia

  47. Uganda

  48. Zambia

  49. Zimbabwe

Scholarship Type

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Number of Scholarships


Value of Scholarship ( figure is in Indian currency)

  1. Living allowance (Stipend) (Per Month)
  2. Undergraduate -5,500 , Postgraduate-6,000 M.Phil / Ph.D 7,000, Post-doctoral Fellow-7,500
  3. House Rent Allowance (Per Month)
  4. In Grade 1 cities-5,000 and In other cities-4,500
  5. Contingent Grant (per annum)
  6. Undergraduate-5,000, Postgraduate-7,000, M/Phil / Ph.D and M.Tech./ME-12,500, Postdoctoral studies-15,500, Tuition Fee/Other Compulsory Fee-As per actual (excluding refundable amount)
  7. Thesis and dissertation Expenses (Once in the entire duration of course)
  8. D Scholar-10,000 and for BBA/BCA/MBA/MCA/M.Tech and other course required submission of Project-7.000
  9. Under the scheme, scholars are expected to seek treatment only at medical centre or dispensary attached to universities / Institutes where they enrolled or in the nearest Government hospital (Bill are settled as admissible according to AMA/CGHS norms)

Duration of Scholarship: For the period of study

Eligibility For Indian Government ICCR Scholarships

  1. Applicants must carry a proper visa. Students should ensure that they get the correct visa from the Indian Embassy/High Commission.
  2. Government of India guideline stipulate that if a scholar arrives without proper visa and his/her actual admission at the University/Institute does not materialize, he/she will be deported to his/her country.
  3. Applicants must have adequate knowledge of English.
  4. Applicants must have excellent academic records

How To Apply For Indian Government ICCR Scholarships

  1. Please read the instructions before filling out the application form.
  2. Please also read the financial terms and conditions.
  3. Detailed guidelines on the process of applying for ICCR Scholarships online on the A2A Portal and procedure and norms governing the same is given on the www.a2ascholarships.iccr.gov.in External website that opens in a new window.
  4. Students must read instructions and apply through the same website and no hard copy of the application form is required at the Mission.

Indian Government ICCR Scholarships Deadline

28th February 2021

Visit The Scholarship Website For More Information

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