With the world being made more compact by technology, the desperation of some students on the government scholarships worldwide is being given a regular voice and wider reach. The situation is the same, if not worse, for students from Ghana in India.
Ghanaian students in India studying in schools are faced with numerous challenges including the inability to pay their tuition fees, accommodation and feeding.
The government has acknowledged the plight of the students abroad, with the Scholarships Secretariat after rescuing some distressed students pursuing various courses in India who had applied to study there on their own without state support.
This was made known by the Registrar of the Scholarship Secretariat, Kingsley Agyemang, when he paid a working visit to India to interact with the Ghanaian students and find out how best the government could address their challenges.
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