I don't know about any scholarship facilities and I m sure there will be scholarship facilities available
No, there arent any scholarship or loan facility provided from the college. As the fee structure is very less so it doesn't require any scholarship or loan.
I didn't gone for any scholarship/loan for that. But if student needs they can go for that as well.
Students are invited to fill Online Form for IGNOU Scholarship!!!! Candidates who want to get admission in college to pursue technical/professional courses, on the basis of a competitive examination will be eligible for the scholarship. Every year 2500 fellowships will be provided to the differently-abled students throughout the country by the organization for helping them. Out of them 30% fellowships will be reserved for girls and transferable to male students in case of non-availability of female candidates. for more details visit the IGNOU official website.
I do not know much about the scholarship is giving ignou to students but you can check them on their website, the fees are feasible so i do not think anybody would want a loan to study.
The college offers many scholarship programme but in our field there aren't any. The bank loan was there it pays 65 percent of the fee and we have to repay the loan when we get the job.
As the fees are so reasonable I think there is no need of any loan and no such scholarship provided by IGNOU though State Governments provides scholarships to various SCHOLARSHIPS with specific income criteria.
The scholarship by government of india is for sc/st and obc are alotted as per there norms and the scholarship for the students living in RURAL areas also get benefit of scholarship, they had to submit copy of domicle certificate and submit scholarship form for the same.
yes lot of indian banks like SBI,PNP,HDFC and ICICI had a tieup with the college authorities to get the education loans for the students. Since a large section of the student was coming from the weaker section , this was a great help for the students.
Yes it is offered but it is for reserved categories only students covered under Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunity, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 and the National Trust for the Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999.