The Indian government has announced that it will offer a study abroad option to students at Dhaka University to boost their study abroad prospects.
The decision comes after the government recently awarded Dhaka a $5.5 million scholarship for studying abroad, a move that could bring in around 10,000 students.
The government announced the scholarship in January to attract students to Dhaka for study abroad and was to have started giving it to students by the end of 2019.
However, this was not yet implemented, with a decision made by the government to allow it to continue indefinitely.
The scholarship is expected to attract around 6,000 applications.
The first batch of students are expected to arrive by the beginning of November.
The scholarship is open to students from all over the country, with more than 1,000 foreign students from India already taking up the offer.
The Government of India had announced the study abroad scheme in May and announced that the first batch would be offered on September 24.
The scheme was supposed to last from September 1, 2019 to November 10, 2019.
A government official said that the government had made an announcement that the scholarships would be extended to students studying abroad by the middle of next year.
The Indian government had earlier announced that a study overseas scholarship of up to Rs 1,500 would be available to students who want to study abroad for study.