AICTE - SAKSHAM SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR SPECIALLY ABLED STUDENT ( TECHNICAL DEGREE)Government Of India
Specially Abled Student of Technical Degree CourseEligibility
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About the Scholarship
OBJECTIVEOF THE SCHEME:
Saksham is a MHRD Scheme being implemented by AICTE aimed at providing encouragement and support to specially-abled children to pursue technical education. This is an attempt to give every young student, who is otherwise specially-abled, the opportunity to study further and prepare for a successful future through technical education/knowledge.
ELIGIBILITY FOR SCHOLARSHIP:
1)The candidate should be admitted to First year of Degree level course OR Second year of Degree level course through lateral entry in any of the AICTE approved Institution of respective year.
2)Specially-abled student, having disability of not less than 40%.
3)Family income from all sources should not be more than Rs. 8 lakh per annum during the current financial year. A valid income certificate issued by State/UT Government need to be enclosed.
NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIPS:
All eligible specially-abled student admitted to First year of Degree level course OR Second year of Degree level course through lateral entry in any of the AICTE approved Institution will get the scholarship.
AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP:
1)Rs.50,000/-per annum for every year of study i.e. maximum 4 years for first year admitted students and maximum 3 years for second year admitted students through lateral entry as lump sum amount towards payment of college fee,purchase of computer, stationeries, books, equipments, softwares etc. No other additional grant will be payable in lieu of hostel charges and medical charges etc.
2)No documentary proof need to be attached for the above while availing benefits.
How to Apply ?
To Apply for this Scholarship Candidate needs to:
1. Go to official Portal by Clicking on Apply Now Button
2. Click on 'New Registration' Tab (For new user)
3. Complete the Registration
4. Apply for the Scholarship
Important Dates :
Sept. 1, 2020
Oct. 31, 2020