Indian Government ready to commit 20 scholarships to Kisumu County youths and professors who show exceptional potential to upgrade the county though their skills and education.
The Indian High Commissioner to Kenya Yogeshwar Varma said the all paid up expenses scholarship will help the county to build their capacity in various fields.
The targeted students will be trained on financial, sugar production techniques amongst other fields that we are good in in our country so that they can come back home to help in heightening food production, said the ambassador Yogeshwar Varma
Speaking when he paid a courtesy call at the Kisumu Governor’s office, the High Commissioner says India is ready to collaborate further with the County Government of Kisumu to ensure its manpower is enhanced.
Varma urged the county government to choose the best oriented students and professors who will be sent to India to undertake various courses of their interest.
Governor Jack Ranguma announced that his government is ready and willing to discuss more on exchange programs between the county and India to help strengthen the capacity and mutual relationship between them.
Ranguma on his part embraced and said such education programs will bring new innovations into the county and improve on service delivery to the county residents.
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