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Scholarships offered by Central Government for Vocational / Technical Training

Vocational/ Technical scholarships (courses from technical institutes that do not lead to graduation)

 
Scholarship Name
Scope of Study
Eligibility
Benefits
Outlay
More Info
Income (p.a.)
Social
Academic
Allocation
Uptake
1.
Post-matric Scholarship for Minorities
Vocational / Technical courses
Rs. 2 lakh
Minority
50%
Day Scholars (p.a.) Rs. 11,400; Boarders (p.a.) Rs 12,350
1,75,000 (Total scheme)
1,38,194
2.
Post-matric Scholarship for Scheduled Castes
Vocational / Technical courses
Rs. 1 lakh
SC
-

All scholars are paid enrolment, tuition and other compulsory fees & Day Scholars (p.a.) Rs 1,400; Boarders (p.a.) Rs 2,350

34,57,900
3.
Post-matric Scholarship for Scheduled Tribes
Vocational / Technical courses
Rs 1 lakh
ST
-
All scholars are paid enrolment, tuition and other compulsory fees & Day Scholars (p.a.) Rs 1,400; Boarders (p.a.) Rs 2,350;
10,52,078
4.
National Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities
Vocational / Technical courses
Rs 1.8 lakh
-
Std VIII
All scholars are paid course fees up to Rs 10,000 (p.a.) & Day Scholars (p.a.) Rs 4,800; Boarders (p.a.) Rs 8,400
500 (total scheme)
371

Post-matric Scholarships for Minorities

This scholarship is awarded to students 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 lakhs. The minority communities eligible for this scholarship are Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and Zoroastrians (Parsis). 30% of the total allocation is reserved for girls and continuance of the scholarship is contingent on students gaining more than 50% marks in the previous year’s examination. The scholarship is provided from Std XI through to PhD (including technical/ vocational training courses) in any government or recognized private school. The tuition fees will be credited to the student’s institution and the maintenance fee to the student’s bank account. For more information on scholarship details and application, visit the Ministry of Minority Affairs website: http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/schemes/postmatric/postmatric.htm

Post-matric Scholarships for Scheduled Castes

This scholarship is awarded to students whose annual income of their parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs 1 lakh. The scholarship covers all non-refundable tuition and compulsory fees payable to the institution as well as a maintenance allowance. Scholarship is tenable for study of any government recognized course from Std XI to PhD (including technical/ vocational training courses). For more information on scholarship details and application, visit the Ministry of Social Justice website: http://socialjustice.nic.in/pmsscd.htm

Post-matric Scholarships for Scheduled Tribes

This scholarship is awarded to students whose annual income of their parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs 1 lakh. The scholarship covers all non-refundable tuition and compulsory fees payable to the institution as well as a maintenance allowance. Scholarship is tenable for study of any government recognized course from Std XI to PhD (including technical/ vocational training courses). For more information on scholarship details and application, visit the Ministry of Tribal Affairs website:
http://tribal.nic.in/schemes/pdf/1a.pdf

National Scholarships for People with Disabilities

This scholarship is awarded to students with at least 40% disabilities (as per definition under Persons with Disabilities Act 1995) and whose annual income of their parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs 1.8 lakhs. The scholarship covers maintenance allowance and provides reimbursement up to Rs 10,000 per year towards the course fee. Scholarship is tenable for study in any recognized institution from Std XI to PhD (including technical/ vocational training courses). For more information on scholarship details and application, visit the Ministry of Social Justice website: http://socialjustice.nic.in/scholarships.html

 

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