Studying at US' Stanford University is a dream come true for millions of students across the world. But only a few can afford to have this luxury. Stanford University has praised Mukesh Ambani for his decade long backing to students enthusiastic about seeking after higher studies through grants.
Ambani, who had enlisted at the Stanford University for an administration degree in the 80s however returned halfway because of his dad's coming up short heath, had established the Reliance-Dhirubhai Ambani Undergraduate Scholarship Fund for International Students to give grants to splendid students.
Martin W Shell, VP for Development at Stanford University a month ago sent a memorial testament to Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries, to check the tenth commemoration of the Scholarship program.
Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellows get money related backing for the expense of educational cost and related charges for every year of the two-year Stanford MBA Program (about USD 140,000 (Rs 86.8 lakh).
Rattling off students who had have gotten the grant till now, he said, "the help made conceivable by your store has profited students exclusively, as well as for sure, Stanford in general".
Since its origin, the grant has been recompensed 29 times to a sum of 12 college students.
"Conceding the brightest and most meriting students paying little respect to their capacity to pay is one of our central qualities - and it is an objective we basically couldn't accomplish without the liberality of contributors like you. We are extremely thankful to you," he composed.
In the recognition authentication, the University said it perceives "The Reliance-Dhirubhai Ambani Undergraduate Scholarship Fund for International Students which for a long time has given grants to college students at Stanford with an inclination for students from India.
"Through their words and deeds, these students have shown autonomy of brain, a limit for authority, and an individual responsibility to exercises proposed to enhance conditions in the more extensive group in which they live".