Education

Scholarships: May 21, 2022

GEV Memorial Merit Scholarship for Law Students

GEV Scholarship Fund Trust aims to provide financial support to meritorious law students and help them pursue a quality legal education at premier Indian institutes. 

Eligibility: Open to Indian nationals already enrolled in any year of an LLB/LLM degree course at a recognised law institute in India or applying for CLAT, LSAT-India, or AILET. Minimum of 60% marks in Class X and XII board exams is required. Annual family income should not be more than ₹10 lakh from all sources. Applicants must be willing to sign-up for the scholarship fund’s annual mentorship programmes to assist and nurture the next batches of GEV Merit Scholars.

Rewards: ₹50,000 to ₹2,00,000 per year

Application: Online

Deadline: June 30

b4s.in/edge/GMM4

Tata Trusts Means Grant for College

An initiative of Tata Trusts in association with Aatman Academy for Research and Training.

Eligibility: Open to Indian students from Class 11 to graduation (except Engineering) who have enrolled at a college within Mumbai/Mumbai suburban areas. The candidates must have applied for the academic year 2022-2023 and secured at least a pass class in their previous examination.

Rewards: Variable

Application: Email

Deadline: January 31, 2023

b4s.in/edge/TMG7

AICTE Legal Internship

An initiative by the AICTE to work at Chennai Smart City Limited and Greater Chennai Corporation.

Eligibility: Open to candidates with a B.A., M.A., L.L.B., L.L.M., and B.A. (Hons) degree and specialisation in Political Science, Public Policy and Governance, Economics with relevant skills and interests.

Rewards: ₹12,000 per month

Application: Online

Deadline: May 31

b4s.in/edge/AEL7

Courtesy: buddy4study.com


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