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Scholarships:

Scholarships : Based on the merit Scholarship is awarded for the Students. They don’t need to be paid after their graduation. Scholarship is an award of budgetary guide for Students for their further Education. Students are granted in based on different criteria, which ordinarily reflects the qualities and motivations behind the contributor or founder of the award.

Types of Scholarships :

  • Merit-based
  • Need-based
  • Student-Specific
  • career-Specific
  • college-Specific
  • Athletic
  • Brand Scholarships
  • Creative Contest Scholarships

Merit-Based Scholarships :

The Merit Scholarship is awarded on the basis of Students Academic profile, imaginative, athletic or different capacities, and candidate’s extracurricular activities and group benefit record. The most well-known merit-based Scholarships granted by either private associations or directly through Students intended college. Mostly merit based Scholarships are paid directly by the Institutions-scholarships for students

Need- Based Scholarships :

Some private need-based honors are called scholarships, and require the effects of a FAFSA (the family’s EFC). These Scholarships are frequently need based, while awards have a tendency to be need-based.

Studentspecific :

These Scholarships are which candidates should first qualify in view of Gender, religion, family, and medical history, or numerous other Students Specific elements. In Student-Specific category Minority scholarships are the most widely recognized.

Career-Specific :

These scholarships are awards to the Students of University or college who plan to seek after a particular field of study. Frequently, the most generous awards to Students who pursue after vocations in high-require regions, for example, nursing-nursing scholarships. Many schools in the United States give future medical attendants full scholarships to enter the field, particularly if the Student expects to work in a high-Community.

College-Specific Scholarships :

Candidates who are highly qualified in Schools and Universities will get the College-Specific Scholarships. College-Specific Scholarships are given on the premise of Student Academic and individual achievements. A few Scholarships have a “bond” necessity. Recipients might be required to work for a specific boss for a particular time or work in rural areas else, they may be required to repay the support they received from the scholarship. This is especially the case with Education and nursing for individuals arranged to work in remote territories. The projects offered by the formally dressed administrations of the United States (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration charged corps, and Public Health Service Commissioned Corps) in some cases resemble such scholarships.

Brand Scholarships :

These Scholarships are supported by a brand that is attempting to gain regard for their brand. Sometimes these Scholarships are referred as branded Scholarships.

Creative Contest Scholarships :

These are awarded to the Students on the basis of creative Submission. These Scholarships are also called as mini project based scholarships where Students can submit entries on the basis of their imaginative thoughts.

Local Scholarships :

It is typical for individuals to discover Scholarships in their home regions. Data on these can be found by asking neighborhood establishments and associations. As the qualified populace is smaller, these are less aggressive.

Non- Profits & Charitable Trusts :

At Some point the Non-profit Organizations have founded Scholarships for their Students. The Good Schools Guide, a manual for schools in the UK, states “Charitable trusts can help in need,” and goes on, few cases where this might be the situation, including an “unexpected family disaster” and a “requirement for a specialized Education”.

Community foundations:

Numerous cities and urban communities and districts have a nearby establishment devoted to giving Scholarships to individuals and associations in the regions.

Music teachers:

Some music instructors offer decreased cost or free lessons to help low-financial kids. Some of them also provide free music classes for Youth. This is also a type of providing Scholarship.- Scholarships for women

Scholar Ship On Board Schemes :

Below we can See the details of Scholar Ship Provided by the Govt of India for various Sectors. Govt Of Inida is proviing ScholarShips for Minority Affairs, WARD, Ministry of Home Affairs, D/O Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, M/O Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry of labour & Employment, Ministry of tribal Affarirs, D/O School Education & Literacy, Department of Higher Education, MHRD – AICTE, UGC – MHRD, UGC – Department of Higher Education, D/O Financial Services / LIC, M/O Culture, M/o Defence – Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB), D/o Science & Technology, Meity , Railway Board, Ministry of Railways, UGC – D/o Higher Education, UGC – Indian Statistical Institute, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation etc

Scholar Ships Provided By Govt Of India:

Scholar Ships for Minorities (M/O Minority Affairs )

Govt Of India is providing Scholar Ships for Minority Affairs. Minority Affairs are divided into 4 Categories they are Pre Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities, Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities, Merit Cum Means Scholarship For Professional and Technical Courses CS, Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students. Below you have the Complete details of these Scholar Ships.

Pre Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities:

Sno Item Hostellers Days Scholars
1 Admission fee from class VI to X Rs.500/- per annum subject to actual. Rs.500/- per annum subject to actual.
2 Tuition fee from class VI to X Rs.350/- per month subject to actual Rs.350/- per month subject to actual
3 Maintenance allowance is payable for a period not exceeding 10 months in an academic year.

 

(i) Class I to V

Nil

Rs. 100/- per month

(ii) Class VI to X

Rs. 600/- per month subject to actual Rs. 100/- per month

Click Here – For more info about Minority Scholar Ships.

Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities:

Sno Item Hosteller Day Scholar
1 Admission and tuition fee for classes XI and XII. Actual

subject

to a maximum

ceiling

maximum

ceiling

of

of Rs.7,000 p.a

Actual Subject to a max Ceiling of Rs. 7000 pa
2 Admission and Course / tuition fee for technical and vocational courses of XI and XII level ( includes fees charges for raw materials ect) Actual Subject to a max ceiling of Rs. 10,000 p.a. Actual Subject to a max ceiling of Rs. 10,000 p.a.
3 Admission and tuition fee for under graduate post graduate Actual Subject to a max ceiling of Rs. 3000 pa Actual Subject to a max ceiling of Rs. 3000 pa
4 Maintenance allowance for 10 months only in an academic year (includes expenses for study material etc..,)

i)                  Classes XI and XII including technical and vocational courses of this level.

ii)               Course other technical professional courses under graduate and post graduate

iii)            M.phil and PHD

iv)            (for those researches who are not awarded any fellowship by university or any other authority)

Rs. 380 pm Rs.230 pm

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Merit Cum Means Scholarship For Professional and Technical Courses CS:

Sno Type of Financial Assistance Rate for Hostler Rate for Day Scholar
1 Maintenance Allowance (For 10 months only) Rs.10,000/-per annum ( Rs.1000 p.m.) Rs.5,000/- per annum. ( Rs.500 p.m.)
2 Course Fee* Rs.20,000/- per annum or Actual whichever is less Rs.20,000/- per annum or Actual whichever is less
  Total Rs. 30,000/- Rs. 25,000/-

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WARB, Ministry of Home Affairs

Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme For Central Armed Police Forces And Assam Rifles

1 Rs. 2250/- per Month for girls Paid annually after Selection @ Rs 27000/- to Each girl & Rs. 24000/- to each boy
2 Rs. 2000/- per month for boys Paid annually after Selection @ Rs 27000/- to Each girl & Rs. 24000/- to each boy

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D/o Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities

D/o Empowerment of persons with Disabilities ScholarShips are divided into 4 categories Pre-matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities, Post-matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities, Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities., National Fellowship for Persons with Disabilities.

Pre-matric / Post-matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities

i) Rates of Scholarship and Grant

Items Day Scholars Hostellers
Rate of Scholarship (in Rs. Per

month) payable for 10 months in

an academic year.

350 600
Book and adhoc grant (Rs. Per

annum

750 1000

ii) Allowances:

Allowances Amount (in Rs)
Monthly Reader Allowance for Blind

students

160
Monthly Transport Allowance, if such

students do not reside in the hostel

which is within the premises of the

Educational Institution.

160
Monthly Escort Allowance for Severely

Disabled (i.e. with 80% or higher

disability) Day Scholars/Students With

low extremity disability

160

Click Here for more info about Pre/Post-matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities.

Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities:

Sno Components of Scholarships Rate per awardee
1 Reimbursement of tuition fees and

non-refundable charges paid/

payable to the Institution

Up to Rs. 2.00 lakh – per

annum (subject to actual

Amount).

2 Maintenance Allowance Rs. 3,000/- per month for

Hostellers, Rs. 1,500/- per month for

day-scholars

3 Special Allowances (related to types

of disabilities like reader allowance,

escort allowance, helper allowance

etc.)

Rs. 2,000/- per month
4 Books & Stationery Rs. 5,000/- per annum
5 Reimbursement of expenses for

purchase of a computer with

Accessories.

Rs. 30,000/- per awardee

as a one-time grant for

entire course

6 Reimbursement of expenses for

purchase of Aids and Assistive

Devices including necessary software

related to the particular disability of

the selected candidate.

Rs. 30,000/- per awardee

as a one-time grant for

entire course

Click Here – For more info about Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities

National Fellowship for Persons with Disabilities

1 Fellowship Rs.25,000/- p.m. for initial two years (Junior Research Fellowship (JRF),

Rs.28,000/- p.m. for remaining tenure (Senior Research Fellowship (SRF).

2 Contingency for Humanities and Social Science (including Arts/Fine Arts) @ Rs. 10,000/- p.a. for initial two years

@ Rs. 20,500/- p.a. for remaining tenure

3 Contingency for Science, Engineering & Technology @ Rs. 12,000/- p.a. for initial two years

@ Rs. 25,000/- p.a. for remaining tenure

4 Departmental assistance (All subjects) @ Rs. 3,000/- p.a. per student to the host institute for providing infrastructure
5 Escort/Reader assistance (All subjects) @ Rs. 2,000/- p.m. in cases of candidates with physical and visual disabilities

Click Here for more Info about National Fellowship for Persons with Disabilities

M/o Social Justice & Empowerment

M/o Social Justice & Empowerment is divided into 4 categories they are Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for SC Student (UT only), Up gradation of Merit of SC Students, Pre-Matric Scholarship for SC Students studying in classes IX & X in UTs only, Top Class Education Scheme for SC Students, RGNF-SC

Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for SC Student (UT only)

Groups   Rate Maintenance allowance (In Rupees per Month)  
       
Group Courses Hostellers Day Scholars
Group I (i) Degree and Post Graduate level courses in

Medicine (Allopathic, Indian and other

recognized systems of medicines),

Engineering, Technology, Planning,

Architecture, Design, Fashion Technology,

Agriculture, Veterinary & Allied Sciences,

Management, Business Finance

/Administration, Computer Science/

Applications.

(ii) Commercial Pilot License (including

helicopter pilot and multiengine rating)

course.

(iii) Post Graduate Diploma courses in various

branches of management & medicine.

(iv) C.A./I.C.W.A./C.S./I.C.F.A. etc.

(v) M. Phil., Ph.D. and Post Doctoral

Programmes (D. Litt., D.Sc. etc.), Group I,

Group II

1200 550
Group II (i) Professional Courses leading to Degree,

Diploma, Certificate in areas like Pharmacy

(B Pharma), Nursing(B Nursing), LLB, BFS,

other para-medical branches like

rehabilitation, diagnostics etc., Mass

Communication, Hotel Management &

Catering, Travel/Tourism/Hospitality

Management, Interior Decoration, Nutrition

& Dietetics, Commercial Art, Financial

Services (e.g. Banking, Insurance, Taxation

etc.) for which entrance qualification is

minimum Sr. Secondary (10+2).

(ii) Post Graduate courses not covered under

Group I eg. MA/M Sc/M.Com/M Ed./M.

Pharma etc.

820 530
Group III All other courses leading to a graduate degree

not covered under Group I & II eg. BA/B Sc/B

Com etc.

570 300
Group Iv All post-matriculation level non-degree courses

for which entrance qualification is High School

(Class X), e.g.senior secondary certificate (class

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XI and XII); both general and vocational

stream, ITI courses, 3 year diploma courses in

Polytechnics, etc.

380 230

Pre-Matric Scholarship for SC Students studying in classes IX & X in UTs only

Item Day Scholars Hostellers
Scholarship (Rs pm) (For 10 months) 150 350
Books and Ad hoc Grant (Rs. p.a.) 750 1000

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Top Class Education Scheme for SC Students

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Ministry of Labour & Employment Scholar Scheme is divide into 10 categories they are Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund, Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Cine Workers Welfare Fund, Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under IOMC Workers Welfare Fund , Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under LSDM Workers Welfare Fund, Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund, Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Cine Workers Welfare Fund , Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under IOMC Workers Welfare Fund, Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under LSDM Workers Welfare Fund, Scholarship to the children of iron/Manganese/Chrome ore Workers,  Scholarship to the children of lime Stone and Dolomite (LSDM) Workers.

Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund

Sl.No. Name of

Scheme

Eligibility

Wards of those workers

who’ve put in least 6

months of continuous

service in the respective

Sectors.

Benefits
1 Financial

Assistance for

Education and

Assistance

under Skill

Development

(ITI)

  Class – I to IV for purchase of

dress/books etc.) girls – 250, Boys- 250

Class- V to VIII Girls0940, Boys- 500

Class-IX Girls- 1140, Boys- 700

Class-X Girls-1840, Boys – 1400

PUC I & II Girls – 2440, Boys – 2000

Degree Course Girls- 3000, Boys -3000

Class- Professional Courses (BE/ MBBS/ BSC-Agri) Girls-15000, Boys-15000

Ministry of Tribal Affairs

Ministry of Tribal Affairs Scholarships are divided into % Categories they are Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Childern – Pre-Matric Scholarship (class IX and X) for ST Students, Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Childern – Post-Matric Scholarship for ST Students,  National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of ST Students – Scholarship (Formally Top Class Education for Schedule Tribe Students), National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of ST Students – Scholarship (Formally Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for ST Students), National Overseas Scholarships (NOS) for ST Students

Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Childern – Pre-Matric Scholarship (class IX and X) for ST Students

Item Day Scholars Hostellers
Scholarship for 10 months

(Rs. per month)

150  

350

Books and Ad hoc Grant

(Rs. per annum)

750 1000

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Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Childern – Post-Matric Scholarship for ST Students

  Groups Rate of Maintenance allowance ( in Rupees per Month)  
Group Courses Hostellers Day Scholars
Group-I (i) Degree and Post Graduate level courses

including M.Phil., Ph.D. and Post Doctoral

research in Medicine (Allopathic, Indian

and other recognized systems of

medicines), Engineering, Technology,

Planning, Architecture, Design, Fashion

Technology, Agriculture, Veterinary &

Allied Sciences, Management, Business

Finance /Administration, Computer

Science/ Applications.

(ii) Commercial Pilot License (including

helicopter pilot and multiengine rating)

course.

(iii) Post Graduate Diploma courses in

various branches of management &

Medicine.

iv) C.A./I.C.W.A./C.S./I.C.F.A. etc.

(v) M.Phil., Ph.D. and Post Doctoral

Programmes (D. Litt., D.Sc. etc.) –

a) In existing Group II courses

b) In existing Group III courses

(vi) L.L.M.

1200 500
Group-II i) Graduate/ Post Graduate courses leading

to Degree, Diploma, Certificate in areas

like Pharmacy (B Pharma), Nursing (B

Nursing), LLB, BFS, other para-medical

branches like rehabilitation, diagnostics

etc., Mass Communication, Hotel

Management & Catering,

Travel/Tourism/Hospitality Management,

Interior Decoration, Nutrition & Dietetics,

Commercial Art, Financial Services (e.g.

Banking, Insurance, Taxation etc.) for

which entrance qualification is minimum

Sr. Secondary (10+2).

(ii) Post Graduate courses not covered

under Group-I e.g.

M.A./M.Sc./M.Com./M.Ed./M.Pharma etc.

820 530
Group-III All other courses leading to a graduate

degree not covered under Group I & II eg.

BA/B Sc/B Com etc.

570 300
Group-IV All post-matriculation level non-degree

courses for which entrance qualification is

High School (Class X), e.g. senior

secondary certificate (class XI and XII);

both general and vocational stream, ITI

courses, 3 year diploma courses in

Polytechnics, etc.

380 230

Click here – for more Info about Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Children – Post-Matric Scholarship for ST Students.

D/o School Education & Literacy

D/o School Education & Literacy  Scholar Ships are divided into 2 Categories National Scheme for Incentive for the Girl Child for Secondary Education, National Means Cum Merit Scholarship.

National Scheme for Incentive for the Girl Child for Secondary Education

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National Means Cum Merit Scholarship

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Department of Higher Education

CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEME OF SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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MHRD – AICTE

MHRD – AICTE are divided into 4 Categories they are PRAGATI SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR GIRLS (DEGREE) For Technical education, PRAGATI SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR GIRLS (DIPLOMA) For Technical education, SAKSHAM SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED STUDENTS (DEGREE) For Technical education, SAKS HAM SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED STUDENTS (DIPLOMA) For Technical education

UGC – MHRD

UGC- MHRD Scholarships are divided into 6 Categories they are Ishan Uday special scholarship scheme for NER, Free education for sports medal winner, PG Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child , PG Scholarship University Rank Holders, PG scholarship for SC/ST Students for Pursuing Professional courses, PG Scholarship for GATE/GPAT qualified students for pursuing ME/Mtech/Mpharm.

UGC – Department of Higher Education

UGC – Department of Higher Education Scholarship is divided into 8 Categories they are NET JRF, EMERITUS, Post-Doctoral – Fellowship for Women, BSR Doctoral – Fellowship in Sciences, DSRPDFHS, SVSGC, NER, NFOBC.

M/o Culture

M/O ScholarShips are divided into 3 categories they are Scheme for the Award of Fellowship to outstanding persons in the field of Culture Closed Guidelines, Scheme for Scholarships to Young Artist in different cultural fields, Tagore National Fellowship for Cultural Research

UGC – D/o Higher Education

UGC – D/o Higher Education are divided into 3 categories they are Fellowship Schemes of AICTE, Fellowship Schemes of UGC, Kothari PDF in Sciences

UGC – Indian Statistical Institute, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation

UGC – Indian Statistical Institute, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation Scholarships are divided into 7 categories they are B Stat(Hons)/B Math(Hons), M Stat/M Math/MS(QE), M Tech (CS)/MTech (QROR), Post Graduate Diploma in Stat JRF, SRF, Special Research fellowship

List of Some Scholar Ships and their Schemes

Category  Schemes
M/o Defence – Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB) Prime Minister Scholarship Scheme
D/o Science & Technology Scholarship – Inspire
Meity Phd fellowship Scheme
Railway Board, Ministry Of Railways PM’s scholarship scheme (PMSS)

Facts about scholarships:

  • Scholarships are the blessing, because you don’t need to repay them.
  • Scholarships are awarded for either merit, or extra criteria, for example, Good Academic record, Extra-circular activities, financial need.
  • Numerous Scholarships are granted in view of Financial Need. These Scholarships require finishing of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All Need-based grants are granted for one year just, but students may reapply every year

These are various types of Scholar Ships provided by the Govt of India Under Various Schemes. For More details about Scholar Ships Provided by the Govt of India Check – http://scholarships.gov.in/#

BIGHELP FOR EDUCATION FOUNDATION PROVIDING SCHOLARSHIPS:

Here is the good news for all the Students who secured 9.7 points or above marks of GPA in SSC. BIGHELP FOR EDUCATION foundation has announced the Merit Scholarships for all the talented students. BIGHELP FOR EDUCATION foundation has denoted 5000rs × 6years = 30,000rs to help the students by providing the scholarships. This is really great news to all the students those who are looking for the financial help. This scholarship program might helpful for the talented students those who are looking for the help. follow the below steps and fill all the details in the application form.

Application form of Bighelp National Merit Scholarship:

Initially, students must Fill all the columns in CAPITAL letters only:
1)Enter Full Name of the student
2)Student’s house full address: Village/Mandal/District/State/Pin code

3)Student’s contact number
4)Student’s or Parent’s Email Address

5)Name and full address of the school in which the student appeared for the 10th exam.

6) School Head Master’s name
7) School Head Master’s phone number
8) G.P.A /percentage of marks received in 10th class (Marks sheet copy to be enclosed)

9) Name of the Parent / Guardian name
10) Parent/Guardian contact number
11)Annual income of the parent / Guardian
12) Parent Guardian occupation
13) Course in which the student wish to join after 10th class:

For Example Intermediate or IIIT or ITI or Polytechnic or any other educational courses.
14) Any achievements in Co-curricular activities such as NCC, Sports, if any (Supported by School/Mandal/District/State level certificates to be enclosed)15) Appreciations in social service activities, if any (Certificates

15) Appreciations in social service activities, if any (Certificates to be enclosed)

16) Are you physically handicapped? Yes/No (If yes, a certificate to be enclosed.

17) Did you study 10th class in the school with hostel facility
After filling all the required details in the application form, once check it again clearly before sending.

Give your Signature of the applicant Date and also the signature of the school headmaster.

Instructions & Additional Information for the applicants

This Big help National Merit Scholarship application form should be filled in CAPITAL letters only.

the Last date for submission of an application for the academic year 2016-17 is June 30th, 2017.

The application must be signed by the applicant and the school headmaster. Applications without

signature will be rejected.

so, students should carefully fill the Big help National Merit Scholarship application form.
Enclosures:
Students must follow the below enclosures along with your Big help National Merit Scholarship application form

1. A recent passport size photo (affix at the space provided in the application)
2. A copy of income certificate or ration card.
3. copy of certificates received in co-curricular activities or social service.
4. copy of SSC mark sheet (signed by the school Head Master).
5. Physically handicapped certificate, if applicable only
6. A hand written letter by the applicant on a white paper.

Eligibility criteria:

Applicant must meet all of the following criteria to get Big help National Merit Scholarship.
1. finished academic year / Studied in Z.P. Municipal government schools in any state of India.
2. Scored 9.7 or above G.P.A or 97% or above marks in 10 class.
3. Annual income of the parent/Guardian is not more than Rs.1,00,000/-
Education qualification: Students who have studied in government public schools to continue a higher education

after their SSC. Any child that lives in any part of India, who has studied 10th class in a government

school during the current academic year, financially backward, and has received a GPA of 9
or more (out of 10) or 97% above marks all those are eligible for this Bighelp National Merit Scholarship program.

Scholarship Amount: Up to 6 years, Each winner of this scholarship will be receiving an amount of Rs. 5000 which is the total amount of up to Rs. 30,000).

Verification process: All shortlisted scholars will be interviewed over the phone by the Bighelp authorities from Hyderabad. Applicant’s details will also be verified with the help of the local teams.

Winners Announcement: winners will be published in Big help National Merit Scholarship website on or before 15 August.

Application mailing address:
Students can mail the complete Bighelp National Merit Scholarship application form to the below following address.
BIGHELP FOR EDUCATION, 16 H.I.G.H (Duplex), APHB, BALAJINAGAR, KUKATPALLY, HYDERABAD-500072

Email-ID: scholarships@bighelp.org.

contact 040-23152224,9515869653

BIGHELP FOR EDUCATION NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM DOWNLOAD FROM HERE:

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