Kashmir Observer in association with Buddy4Study.compresents scholarships available for the meritorious students of Jammu and Kashmir
Scholarship Name 1:
Merck India Charitable Trust (MICT) Scholarship Program 2022-23
Merck India invites applications from Class 10 passed students who are residing and studying in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Bengaluru. The scholarship is aimed at encouraging talented students from financially weaker families and helping them in laying a foundation for a bright and secure future.
The scholarship is open for students who have successfully passed Class 10 (SSC) with minimum 80% marks in 2022. They must be currently residing and studying in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Bengaluru. The family income of applicants must be less than or equal to INR 20,000 per month
L’Oréal India For Young Women In Science Scholarships 2022
L’Oréal India provides educational scholarships to young women who wish to pursue their graduation in any field of science, from a recognized institute in India. The aim of this scholarship is to encourage young women to pursue their education & careers in science and empower them with financial aid.
Female candidates who have passed class 12 with 85% in PCB/PCM/PCMB in the academic year (2021-22) are eligible to apply. Annual family income of the applicant should be less than INR 6 Lakhs.
Prizes & Rewards:
Selected women scholars will be provided up to INR 2,50,000 in instalments, towards their tuition fees and academic expenses for pursuing graduation in science
HDFC Bank invites applications from students studying in Class 1 to postgraduation level. The scholarship supports meritorious and needy students belonging to underprivileged sections of society.
The scholarship is open for Indian nationals only. The students must be studying in any of the standards between Class 1 to 12, Diploma, Undergraduate or Postgraduate (including professional and non-professional courses) level. The applicants must have passed their previous qualifying examination with at least 55% marks and their annual family income must be less than or equal to INR 2.5 lakh. Preference will be given to those applicants who are facing a personal or family crisis that has occurred during the past three years, due to which they are unable to continue bearing the cost of education and are at risk of dropping out.
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