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Scholarships offered by Manipur Government

1. School Education

a. Pre-matric scholarships (typically for studies between Std I and Std X)

 
Scholarship Name
Scope of Study
Eligibility
Benefits
Outlay
More Info
Income (p.a.)
Social
Academic
Allocation
Uptake
1.
Financial Assistance to dependent
Age 6 - 16 studying in recognized schools
Less than Rs 500/- p.m.    

Rs 720/- p.a.

   
2.
Scheme for the disabled
Grade 1 - 5
Less Than Rs 2,000/- p.m.
Disabled
40%

Grade 1-2: Day Scholars: Rs 40/- p.m.; Hostellers: Rs 60/- p.m.; Grade 3-5: Day Scholars: Rs 40/- p.m.; Hostellers: Rs 80/- p.m.; Only blinds - 6 months - Rs. 180/-

 

b. Secondary Education Scholarships (typically for studies between Std IX and Std XII)

 
Scholarship Name
Scope of Study
Eligibility
Benefits
Outlay
More Info
Income (p.a.)
Social
Academic
Allocation
Uptake
1.
Scheme for the disabled
Grade 9-10
Less than Rs 2,000/- p.m.
Disability
40%
Day Scholars: Rs 720/- p.a.; Hostellers: Rs 1,200/- p.a.; Only blind: Rs 300/- for 6 months
   

 

2. Higher Education Scholarships (typically for graduation and post-graduation studies)

 
Scholarship Name
Scope of Study
Eligibility
Benefits
Outlay
More Info
Income (p.a.)
Social
Academic
Allocation
Uptake
1.
Scheme for the Disabled
Under Graduation
Less Than Rs 2,000/- p.m.
Disability
40%

1st and 2nd year - Day Scholars: Rs 90/- p.m.; Hostellers: Rs 130/- p.m.; Blind only: Rs 75/- p.m. for 6 months

   
2.
Scheme for the Disabled
Post Graduation
Less Than Rs 2,000/- p.m.
Disability
40%

Day Scholars: Rs 120/- p.m.; Hostellers: Rs 170/- p.m.; Blind only: Rs 100/- p.m. for 6 months

   
3.
Scheme for the Disabled
Professional Courses (MBBS / LLB / B.Ed. etc.
Less Than Rs 24,000/- p.a.
Disability
40%

Day Scholars: Rs 120/- p.m.; Hostellers: Rs 170/- p.m.; Blind only: Rs 100/- p.m. for 6 months

   

 

Financial Assistance to the Dependent Children

This scheme has been adopted for children falling in the age group 6-14 years. The child is considered dependent under anyone of the following classification:

Both the parent of the child should be physically or mentally and economically incapacitated to maintain the child or the Child is deprived of normal parental support, care of guardian. The income of the parent should not exceed Rs 500/- p.m. For more information, please visit: http://socialwelfaremanipur.nic.in/Rule_for_children.htm

 

Scheme for the disabled

A disabled person applying for scholarship under this scheme shall be a Manipuri by birth or a person who has settled in the state for at least ten years. The person shall be citizen of India and resident of Manipur at least for the last six years. The candidate should have secured at least 40% mark at the previous annual examination. No scholarship will be admissible if the combined monthly income of the parents / guardian of the candidate is more than Rs 2,000/-. For more information visit:http://socialwelfaremanipur.nic.in/Rule_for_disable.htm

 

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