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400 girls from underprivileged community in North East Delhi were awarded vouchers worth upto Rs. 3700 per year
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Scholarships offered by Central Government for Competitive Exams

Competitive Examination Assistance (typically for university entrance exams, professional recruitment, etc)

The Free Coaching and Allied Scheme seeks to benefit students from minority groups (Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and Zoroastrians (Parsis)) whose annual parental income does not exceed Rs 2.5 lakh. The scholarship covers expenses incurred, by eligible candidates, from availing special coaching for qualifying examinations for admission to technical/ professional courses, competitive exams for recruitment to Government posts, training for private sector jobs and remedial coaching for technical and professional courses. The scholarship covers the entire fee payable to the coaching/ training institutes as well as a maintenance allowance/ stipend to the students. For more information on scholarship details and application, please visit the Ministry of Minority Affairs website: http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/schemes/coaching/coaching.htm

 

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