Scholarships in India 2019-20: Education is the most important element of the present time. For the growth of the individual to the growth of society, it always plays a relevant part. The establishment of the Universities and the colleges is with the purpose that this vision is reached to every section of the society but the financial disparities often forbid the sections from achieving this growth. The concept of Free Scholarship in India to some certain extent has provided the solution to this problem. With each passing year and with the more ever-increasing global relations, various Indian Government Scholarships and private aided scholarships in India are now being available to the students with the potential. There is also Scholarship for Indian engineering students and for students after 12th. The demand for talented beings has made the Universities and colleges introduce various scholarships. Therefore, various scholarships in India for undergraduate Indian Students are being launched.

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The Scholarship is the financial aid provided to the students who will fulfil the purpose and provide input to future development. Therefore, Scholarship in India for poor students acts as an aid which is provided usually while pursuing higher degrees but many Central and State Government Scholarship schemes have also been launched for the school going students who are provided with the required financial help. The procedure to apply for free Scholarship in India varies as per the course for which the candidate is aiming for.

Types of Scholarships

Go through various types of Scholarships that are available for the eligible candidates. The schemes are introduced by the Indian Central Government, State Governments, Universities, Private funded Universities, Trust fund Scholarships as well as schemes offered by the Private Universities. Go through the details of all the mentioned scholarships in the points below:

Central Government Schemes: These are the scholarships which are provided by the Indian Central Government at the university or college level as well as the School level. The procedure to apply for these schemes will be as per regulations defined by the authorized bodies. The schemes are offered every year as well as with the gap of two to three years.

State Government Schemes: These are granted by the State Governments and are exclusively for the students of State Universities and State Government schools. The State Government provides exclusive funding for the scholarships and releases the notification on the officially managed State Scholarship portals.

AICTE Schemes: All India Council for Technical Education is an advisory body which provides various forms of Scholarships namely National e Scholarship, Vidya Lakshmi Scholarship, Pragati and Saksham and other forms of Scholarship to the candidates in need.

UGC Schemes: University Grants Commission (UGC) entails scholarships for the University going candidates from the weak financial background. It is important to have a good academic record in order to apply for the scholarships offered by UGC.

Private Universities Schemes: Many of the Private Universities also provide the benefit of the Scholarships in India to the candidates applying for the various Degree and the Research courses. Aspirants will have to keep checking the administration section for the released Scholarship schemes.

Trust Fund Scholarship Schemes: The Scholarship under these schemes are usually sponsored by the established Trust funds and the candidates have to apply through a separate procedure. These Scholarships are usually provided to sponsor School education.

Private Coaching Institutes Scholarship: Many of the Private Coaching Institutes also provide the benefit of Scholarships to the candidates enrolling themselves in the coaching Institutes. The private institutes usually conduct the examinations to select the candidates in order to grant the scholarship.

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List of Scholarships for students in India 2019

S.NOScholarship Name
1PFMS Scholarship
2ONGC Scholarship
3UP Scholarship (Released)
4GOKDOM Scholarship (Released)
5Tata Scholarship
6PRERANA Scholarship (Released)
7Himachal Pradesh Scholarship HP ePass
8INSPIRE Scholarship
9SJVN Silver Jubilee Merit Scholarship
10Jindal Scholarship (Released)
11LIC Scholarship
12Oasis Scholarship (Available)
13Vidyasiri Scholarship
14e-Medhabruti Scholarship
15National Scholarship Portal (Available)
16Nabanna Scholarship (Available)
17APJ Abdul Kalam Scholarship
18Swami Vivekananda Scholarship (Available)
19UGC Scholarship
20Prime Minister’s Scholarship (Available)
21KVPY Scholarship (Available)
22Merit Cum Means Scholarship (Available)
23Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme For Central Armed Police Forces And Assam Rifles
24National Means Cum Merit Scholarship (Available)
25National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of ST Students (Available)
26Post-matric Scholarship for Students with Disabilities (Available)
27Pre-Matric Scholarship for Students With Disabilities (Available)
28Post Matric Scholarship For Minorities (Available)
29Pre Matric Scholarship Scheme for Minorities (Available)
30Top Class Education Scheme Scholarship for SC Students (Available)
31Ishan Uday Scholarship for North Eastern Region (Available)
32Aam Aadmi Bima Yojna Scholarship for Andhra Pradesh (Available)
33SAAT Scholarship
34Karnataka ePass Scholarship
35Maharashtra e-Scholarship/ Mahaeschol
36APSMFC Scholarship
37National Overseas Scholarship (Available)
39TALLENTEX Scholarship (Available)
40Aakash ANTHE (Available)
41National Scholarship Portal
42National Scheme of Incentive to Girls For Secondary Education
43Mike Rowke Scholarship
44Pre-Board International Scholarship Examination (Available)
45AISEE Scholarship (Available)
46AIYSEE Scholarship (Available)
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    • Hi Tridip.

      First, you need to decide which scholarship you aspire to get. Based on that, there are several links to various scholarships mentioned in the article. Then, click on the link of the scholarship you want to apply for.