Latest scholarship opportunities

Updated - November 01, 2016 07:11 pm IST

Published - September 18, 2016 05:00 pm IST

Adobe India - Women in Technology Scholarship 2017

This scholarship recognises outstanding female students in the technology field.

Eligibility: Female students currently enrolled at a university for the 2016-17 academic year and intending to continue their full-time studies in 2017-18 batch as well.

Application: Email only.

Prizes and rewards: Internship at Adobe, B.Tech. tuition fee for one or two years, and so on.

Deadline: September 30


Central Sector Scholarship for Students With Disabilities 2017

Granted to support Indian students with disabilities for their studies to minimise their dropout rate and bring forth their talent.

Eligibility: Class IX to XII, bachelor’s and master’s-level students with an annual family income of than Rs. 2,00,000 for pre-matric students and Rs. 2,50,000 for post-matric students.

Application: Online only

Prizes and rewards: Scholarship, maintenance and additional allowances.

Deadline: Open application, as of now.


Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship for Minority Students 2016

This scheme provides financial assistance to 60,000 students belonging to minority communities in India each year, on means-cum-merit basis to enable them to pursue professional and technical courses.

Eligibility: Graduation and postgraduation students (technical or professional) with family income lesser than Rs. 2,50,000 per year.

Application: Online only.

Prizes and rewards: Up to Rs. 20,000 per year for course fee and up to Rs. 10,000 per year for maintenance allowance.

Deadline: Open application, as of now.


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