The results of the socio-economic assessment of the applicants for the Itaipu Scholarship were released this Tuesday

Asunción, IP Agency.- Through the Scholarship Unit, Itaipu Binational reported that today, Tuesday, April 12, at 7:00 pm, it will publish the final results of the Socio-Economic Assessment of Applicants for University Scholarship in 2022 Call on the Institutional Website.

Meanwhile, on Monday, April 18, the final list of selected scholarship holders in this process will be available.

Within the framework of inter-institutional collaboration, the National Institute of Statistics (INE), through qualified professionals, assessed the socio-economic status of a total of 2,688 candidates who passed the basic skills test, including 40 persons with disabilities and 47 members of indigenous communities. .

Daniel Ramirez, Itaipu’s social responsibility adviser, explained that the final list of socio-economic assessment stages would include applicants who passed the step and those who did not, citing reasons in each case.

He further reports that young people who deem it appropriate may request a socio-economic assessment review this Wednesday, April 13; The consultation reception will end at 23:59 pm. For this purpose, students need to complete the form available on the Itaipu website in the scholarship section.

“The working groups of all the organizations involved in the call are working together in a coordinated effort to ensure that the scholarships available to young Paraguayans with excellent academic records are fairly and equitably allocated to low-income families,” Ramirez said.

It should be noted that this is the first time that INE has been in charge of this stage of the selection process for awarding university scholarships by bi-nationals.

Field work began March 21 and lasted until the current April 10. The purpose of this assessment, which covers different parts of the country, was to obtain clear and precise information about the socio-economic profiles of applicants who are still competing.

The data collected, including the academic background presented for the approval and registration of the initial aptitude test, are the criteria to be considered for the proper recruitment of university scholarships.

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