SC Poorvadasam Scholarship
Question What is the income limit of the parents of the students in the Scheduled Castes Purva Dasam Scholarship Class 1 to 8 Scholarship Scheme?
Answer: There is no income limit prescribed.
Question What are the rates of scholarship under the Scheduled Castes Purva Dasam Scholarship Class 1 to 8 Scholarship Scheme?
Answer: Under the Scheduled Castes Purva Dasam Scholarship class 1 to 8 scholarship scheme, scholarship is payable at the rate of Rs. 50/- in class 1 to 5, Rs. 80/- in class 6 to 8 and Rs. 120/- per month in class 9 to 10.
Scholarship Scheme for SC Class 9 and 10
Question: What is the income limit of the parents of the students in the scholarship scheme for SC class 9 and 10?
Answer: In the scholarship scheme for SC class 9 and 10, the income limit of the parents of the students is fixed at 2,00,000/-.
Question What are the rates of scholarship for SC class 9 and 10 under the scholarship scheme?
Answer: Under the scholarship scheme for scheduled caste class 9 and 10, Rs.350/- scholarship is payable monthly and Rs.1000/- ad-hoc grant is payable annually for hostel students. For Descaler students Rs. 150/- scholarship is payable monthly and Rs. 750/- ad-hoc grant is payable annually. Maximum total scholarship of 10 months is payable.
Scheduled Caste Post Decade and Backward Caste Post Decade Scholarship
Question What are the rules for distribution of post-tenth scholarship?
Scholarships are provided to the Scheduled / Backward Caste students / students studying in the post-tenth classes on the basis of the regulations and standards mentioned in the rules issued by the Government of India. The rates of scholarship have been fixed by categorizing. The scholarship is granted at the rate to which the student’s course belongs to the group. It is mandatory for students to open CBS account for scholarship.
Question What is the income limit of parents for post-tenth scholarship?
Answer: The income limit of the parents of the students for the Scheduled Caste Post-Decade Scholarship is fixed at Rs. 2,50,000/- annually. The income limit of the parents is fixed at Rs. 1,00,000/- per annum in the Backward Caste Post-Dasmoth Scholarship Scheme.
Question: How much is the fee provided in addition to the scholarship?
According to the prescribed fee for the respective course by the Government/University, the fees are paid as non-recurring assistance.
Other Backward Castes Purva Dasam Class 3 to 10 Scholarship Scheme
Question What is the income limit of the parents of the students in the Other Backward Castes Purva Dasam Class 3 to 10 Scholarship Scheme?
Answer: In the OBC East Class 3 to 10 Scholarship Scheme, the income limit of the parents of the students is fixed at 1,000/- monthly.
Question What are the rates of scholarship under Other Backward Castes East Class 3 to 10 Scholarship Scheme?
Answer: Under Other Backward Castes Class 3 to 10 Scholarship Scheme, scholarship is payable at the rate of Rs. 50/- in class 3 to 5, Rs. 80/- in class 6 to 8 and Rs. 100/- per month in class 9 to 10.
Poorva Dasam Scholarship Scheme to the children of parents working in unclean profession
Question Is there a separate scheme of scholarship for the children of parents working in unclean profession?
Answer yes. There is a separate scholarship scheme of the Government of India for the children of parents working in unclean professions.
Ques What activities/works are included in the unhygienic profession for this scholarship scheme?
Answer: For this scholarship scheme, under unhygienic profession, the work of leather removing, leather earning, manual scavenging have been included.
Question What are the rates of scholarship under Unclean Profession Scholarship?
Answer: Under Unclean Profession Scholarship, there is a provision to give Rs.110/- per month to residential students for 10 months and Rs.750/- ad-hoc grant annually to residential students from class 1 to 10. Rs.700/- to residential students from class 3 to 10. There is a provision to give scholarship and Rs 1000/- ad-hoc grant annually for 10 months per month.
Merit Upgraded 100% Centrally Funded Scholarship Scheme –
Which scholarship scheme is the Merit Upgraded Scholarship Scheme?
Answer: To remove the educational barriers of meritorious but disadvantaged students of Scheduled Castes by providing 4 years of remedial coaching from class 9 to 12 to fill the seats reserved for Scheduled Castes by successful in the competitive examinations for admission in Medical and Engineering. 100 percent centrally funded scholarship scheme is being operated for the purpose. Presently it is operating in Pauri district.
Expenditure on books, stationery and fees at the rate of per student per year – Rs. 3,000.00 (Rupees three thousand only).
b-boarding/lodging charges at the rate of Rs.900/- per student per month for a total of ten months (Rs.900×10) Rs.9,000.00 (Rs.Nine thousand only)
c-pocket money / Rs. 300/- per student per month for total 10 months (Rs. 300 x10) Rs. 3,000.00 (Rs. Rs.
three thousand only)
D-Remuneration of Principal and other teachers based on the rate of Rs.10,000/- per student per annum on the basis of Rs.10,000.00 total per student- Rs.25,000.00
Scholarship Scheme for General Caste Girls
Question: Which scholarship scheme is being operated for the general caste?
Answer: Scholarship is payable to girl students of general category families with income below poverty line for getting vocational training and higher technical education. The income of the poverty line will be considered as that which is fixed by the government from time to time.
What is the eligibility required for the scholarship?
Answer: Scholarships are given only to study in India, and they are given by the government of the State/Union of which the applicant is a real resident.
Question When to apply for the scholarship?
Apply immediately after taking admission in North School.
Question How and where to apply for scholarship?
Answer: Submit the application form for the scholarship in the school or educational institution in which you are studying. The format of the application form is available in the school/institution. In case of any difficulty, contact the District Social Welfare Officer office.
Question: What is the last date for submission of application form under the scholarship scheme?
Answer: For timely application, acceptance and payment of various types of scholarships, the calendar has been fixed as follows. No consideration will be given to the applications and proposals received after the due dates.
Scholarship student at school level to submit the application form
Last date (every year) – date 31st May
In case of new admission – date 31st July
By granting approval through the Scholarship Approval Committee at the school level, the demand for funds should be sent to the District Social Welfare Officer.
Last date (every year) date 30 June
In case of new admission – date 31st August
In the courses where admission is after 30th September, the last date of receipt of demand (every year) by District Social Welfare Officer, after sanctioning the scholarship will be considered within one month of admission.
The applications for scholarships of students belonging to Scheduled Castes and Backward Castes studying outside the state are expected to be received by the District Social Welfare Officer of the home district of the students along with the letter from the concerned institution.
Last Date – Date 31st August
The applications received after this will be accepted only when the concerned university will clearly mention the delay in starting the session.
Who can be contacted in case of any difficulty in getting the scholarship?
Answer: If any difficulty arises in the process of scholarship application to payment, the District Social Welfare Officer of the concerned district can be contacted.
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Source : Department of Secretariat Administration – Govt. Of Uttarakhand, Last Updated on 03-11-2021
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