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Computer Science, Computer Engineering
India Students for pursuing computer science or a closely related field in any college/university in India.
Google provides Venkat Memorial Scholarships every year to India Students for pursuing computer science or a closely related field. These scholarships are awarded to students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in any college/university in India.
Venkat was a much loved and highly respected engineer whose career took him to YouTube, Google, and Yahoo, among other notable companies. He tragically passed away, too young, after a battle with cancer. During his short time he deeply touched the hearts and minds of his friends, family and colleagues. He taught to be generous, humble, ever-optimistic and to always find the best in people.
The candidate should have a very good command of English language.
Selected students will receive a financial award of 750 USD towards tuition and education related expenses, and will be invited to visit the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California, USA. Selected students will also have an opportunity to submit a proposal, and potentially receive a funding of up to 225 USD to spend on growing computer science in the local community.
Scholarship recipients will be selected based on the overall strength of their essays and application materials compared to the entire applicant pool. The selection will be full and final, and the applicants will confirm they will not dispute the same at any point of time.
Any employee of Google Inc. including its affiliates and subsidiaries are not eligible to apply for Google scholarships. Persons who are (1) residents of embargoed countries, (2) ordinarily resident in embargoed countries, or (3) otherwise prohibited by applicable export controls and sanctions programs may not apply for this scholarship.
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