Apply Post-Matric and Merit-cum-Means Scholarship 2021-2022

By | September 1, 2021

Post-Matric and Merit-cum-Means Scholarship 2021-2022

Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA) provides an opportunity to the students belonging to six minority communities notified by the Government of India (Jain, Buddhist, Sikh, Zoroastrian (Parsis) ,  Muslin and Christian) for availing scholarships under two scholarship schemes. Port-Matric and Merit cum-Means based Scholarship for the year 2021-22. “The Directorate of Char Areas Development Assam invites online applications for above scholarship given by the Ministry of Minority Affairs Government of India for the above scheme”.

Last Date for submission applications h scholarship (first-time applicant) and Renewal scholarship (applicant who has got Scholarship during 2020-21) by students (Post Matric and Merit-cum Means Scholarship) 30th  November 2021.

 

Eligibility

The applicant should be the student of the notified minority communities (Jain, Buddhist, sikh, Zoroastrian (Parsis),  Muslim and Christian).

The applicant should be pursuing studies in India in Government or recognized Private University/ Institute/ College/ School.

The course being pursued should be of Minimum one year duration.

Post Matric Scholarship will be awarded to the students of Class XI, XII, Under Graduate and Post Graduate, M. Phil, Ph.D and other Vocational Courses who have secured not less than 50% marks in the previous final examination and annual income of their parents/ guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs. 2.00 lakh. Scholarship will not be given to more than two students from a family.

Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship will be awarded to the students of Technical and Professional Courses, who have secured not less than 50% marks in the previous final examination and annual income of their parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs. 2.50 lakh. Scholarship will not be given to more than two students from a family.

For Applicants

Applicants are advised to apply online against any one of the scholarship schemes on the website of National Scholarship Portal at https://scholarships.govin (a link to the site is also available at onvw.minorityaffairs.gov.in) or Mobile App-National Scholarships (NSP).

Detailed ‘Instructions’ for filling online application and Frequently Asked Questions (FAOS) are available on the National Scholarship Portal homepage. Applicant is advised to give only that bank account details which remains in active mode or compliant as per bank’s instructions so that payment of Scholarship does not fail. For Universities/Institutes/Colleges/Schools Universities/institutes/Colleges/Schools where a minority student Is studying  should get themselves registered (If not done earlier) on National Scholarship Portal  and submit the print copy to the state Nodal Office on or before 30th Sentember’2021.

It is mentioned here that, the institutional Head will keep the Online application (Hard copy) along with supporting documents from the students. After receiving Online applications from the students they will login to the Institute and thoroughly verify/approve the Online applications and submit the verified list with seal and Signature to this Directorate on or before 20th December’2021.

For detailed information visit the website of Ministry of Minority Affairs ie. www.minorityaffairs.gov.in. Samadhaan Helpline (Toll tree 0120-6619540) also may contact Directorate of Char Areas Development Assam, Hengrabari Road, Dlspur, Guwahati-6 Mob. No.7086055605, Email ID: director_cada@yahoo.com

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