Aviotrace Nepal School of Technology (ANST) announces full and partial scholarships for air hostess training on the organization’s fifth anniversary.
Company General Manager Diwas Pokhrel stated that Aviotrace Nepal School of Technology (ANST) had announced the scholarship program on Airhostess training for deserving five students.
This scholarship will help students to achieve the aviation ambition. Not only that, the company stated that the next five students who get enrolled get scholarship according to their +2 certificate.
ANST General Manager added, “we are also aware that many students after completing their higher secondary education level cannot complete higher education because of lack of financial resources.”
“We as an aviation college want to support such students by providing full and partial scholarships so that they can join a vocational course like Airhostess training, enter the aviation workforce and become financially independent. “
The company claimed that providing a scholarship to deserving students is a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.
ANST also features Jetstream 41 aircraft in its facility for live practical learning along with well-facilitated classrooms, practical workshops, and proficient instructors.