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Scholarships offered by Meghalaya 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.
Primary School Merit Scholarship
Grade 5, 6 and 7
   
Merit
Rs 100/- p.a.
   

 

b. Higher Secondary scholarships (typically for studies Std XI - XII)

 
Scholarship Name
Scope of Study
Eligibility
Benefits
Outlay
More Info
Income (p.a.)
Social
Academic
Allocation
Uptake
1.
Meghalaya Tribal Students' Book Grant
Grade 11-12
   
60%
Arts / Commerce: Rs. 500/-; Science: Rs 700/-
   
2.
Free Studentship
Grade 11 -12
 
SC / ST
 
Arts / Commerce: Rs 1105/-; Science: Rs 1285/-
   

 

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.
Financial support to the students of North Eastern Region for Higher Professional Courses
Post Graduate
   
OBC - 55%; ST and SC - 50%

Rs 1,000/-p.m.; Book Grant: Rs 1,500/- p.a.

   
2.
Financial support to the students of N.E.
Under Graduation
   
OBC - 55%; ST and SC - 50%

Rs 800/-p.m.; Book Grant: Rs 1,000/- p.a.

3.
Financial support to the students of N.E.
Diploma
   
OBC - 55%; ST and SC - 50%

Rs 600/-p.m.; Book Grant: Rs 700/- p.a.

4.
Financial support to the students of N.E.
M. Phil
   
OBC - 55%; ST and SC - 50%; Topic of research which has relevance to N.E. region

Rs 1,200/-p.m.; Book Grant: Rs 2,000/- p.a.

5.
Financial support to the students of N.E.
Ph.D
   
OBC - 55%; ST and SC - 50%; Topic of research which has relevance to N.E. region

Rs 1,500/-p.m.; Book Grant: Rs 3,000/- p.a.

6.
Meghalaya Tribal Students' book grant (post matric Education)
Under graduation
  Tribal
60%

Arts (Pass) - Rs 600/-; Arts (Hons) - Rs 750/-; Science (Pass) - Rs 900/-; Science (Hons) - Rs 1,000/-

7.
Meghalaya Tribal Students' book grant
Post Graduation
  Tribal
60%

Arts / Commerce - Rs 900/-; Science - Rs 1,200/-

8.
Free Studentship
Under graduation
     

Arts / Commerce (Gen) - Rs 1,375/-; Major - Rs 1,635/-; Science (Gen) - Rs 1,735/-; Major - Rs 2,235/-;

 

Primary School Merit Scholarship

The tenure of the Primary School Merit Scholarship is 3 (three) years subject to good conduct and satisfactory progress. It is payable to Class V, VI, and VII student. Payment of Scholarship is made annually through the respective Deputy Inspector of Schools. Certain number of the scholarship are reserved for tribals. For more information, please visit the following website: http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships_primary%20_deme.html

Meghalaya Tribal Students' book grant (Post matric Education)

Applicant must belong to Khasi - Jaintia or Garo Community or any student belonging to such triber(s), community (ties) which the State Government may decide to include herein from time to time having a certificate thereof from the competent authority. He / she must secure at least 60 percent marks in aggregrate in the preceding examination conducted by the Board / University. For more information, please visit the following website: http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships_postmatric-education.html

Free Studentship

For a student who is a permanent resident of Meghalaya. He / She belongs to ST / SC Community. He / She is pursuing a regular course of study in a recognized institution. For more information visit: http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships_free-studenship.html and http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships-schems-breif.html

 

Financial support to the students of N.E.R. for Higher Professional Courses

These stipends and book grants are available for studies in India only and shall be awarded by the North Eastern States from the fund allotted by North Eastern Council Secretariat, Shillong. The maximum marks for the grant of stipend should be 55% for General / OBC / MOBC and 50% for SC / ST candidates in the relevant qualifying examination for Diploma, Degree and Post-Graduate courses. Selection will be made on the basis of merit in all cases. For more information go to: http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships_handbook_nec.html

 

Meghalaya Tribal Students' book grant (Post matric Education)

He / She should be a permanent resident of the State of Meghalaya, belong to Khasi - Jaintia or Garo Community or any Student belonging to such tribe(s), community (ties) which the State Government may decide to include herein from time to time having a certificate thereof from the competent authority. He / She must secure at least 60 percent marks in aggregate in the preceding examination conducted by the Board / University. For more information, please visit the following website:
http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships_postmatric-education.html

 

Free studentship

For a student who is a permanent resident of Meghalaya. He / She belongs to ST/SC Community. He / She is pursuing a regular course of study in a recognized institution. For more information, please visit: http://meghalaya.nic.in/scholarships-schems-breif.html

 

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