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Delhi Government Offers Pre And Post Matric Scholarships For OBC Students Of Delhi

Department for the Welfare of SC, ST and OBC, Government of Delhi is seeking scholarship applications from students of OBC communities. The call assists financially weak OBC families to help their wards complete their school education.

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Last date to submit the application form is January 31, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to go through the below mentioned procedure:

Eligibility Criteria:

The applicant must be a Delhi resident, belonging to OBC community and must not be a recipient of any other scholarship.

For pre-matric:

  • The applicant must be studying in any class between 1 to 10.
  • Family income must not be more than INR 2.5L.

For post-matric:

  • The applicant must be studying in any class between 11 to post-graduation.
  • Family income must not be more than INR 1L.

 

 

For pre-matric: INR 100 p.m. will be given to day scholar students of class 1 to 10 and hostellers of class 3-10 will receive INR 500 p.m. for ten-months. Additional INR 500 will be given as ad-hoc grant annually to both hostellers and day scholars. 

 

For post-matric: Varying maintenance allowance of INR 260 to INR 750 for hostellers and INR 160 to INR 350 for day scholars, re-imbursement of compulsory non-refundable fees, study tour charges, printing charges of journals, book allowance for students pursuing correspondence courses, book bank facility, additional allowance for students with special ability.

 

How to Apply:

 

Applications can be made online only.

 

 

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The Department of Welfare of the SC, ST, OBC and Minorities is fully committed to the highest standard of excellence and transparency in providing the benefits to the people belonging to SC, ST, OBC and Minorities.

 

Click Here to Know More

http://www.b4s.in/BWE/PAP2

http://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/pre-and-post-matric-scholarship-for-obc-students-delhi-2018

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