Geddes Scholarship, Marubeni India Meritorious Scholarship, Sitaram Jindal Foundation Scholarship

Published - December 11, 2016 05:00 pm IST

Geddes Scholarship

The Sanskriti Foundation invites applications for the study of the methodology and principles of Geddes town planning. The duration of the scholarship is six months.

Eligibility: Students or young practicing professionals (individual or group) of planning and architecture between 20 and 30 years of age.

Application: Via post to Sanskriti Foundation’s head office in Delhi.

Prizes and rewards: Rs. 45,000

Deadline: December 31

http://www.b4s.in/plus/GS605

Marubeni India Meritorious Scholarship

This scholarship is available for 100 meritorious and talented students to help them carry on their higher education.

Eligibility: Students in the first year of graduation who have passed Class XII in 2016 with more than 75 per cent marks. Annual family income shouldn’t exceed 2 lakh.

Application: Online application.

Prizes and rewards: A scholarship of Rs. 40,000 each will be awarded to 100 students.

Deadline: January 10

http://www.b4s.in/plus/MIM0

Sitaram Jindal Foundation Scholarship

These scholarships are given by a charitable organisation with the objective of supporting 12,000 underprivileged students each year.

Eligibility: Students of Class XI and XII, ITI, diploma, graduates, B.Tech, MBBS and postgraduates.

Application: Apply by post to the nearest Sitaram Jindal Foundation’s centre.

Prizes and rewards: Rs. 500 to 2,000 per month.

Deadline: Application is open.

http://www.b4s.in/plus/SJF212

Courtesy: www.buddy4study.com

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