The students here are provided student loan at a very low interest. Some scholarship which are provided here are MCM- every student having family income less than 5 lack and a CGPA greater than 6 can avail this scholarship.
I haven't availed but there is loan facility available for all the students who got admission in the campus. They don't need to pay anything. Everything will be taken care of which is very helpful for the middle/poor economy families.
Merit cum Means scholarship is available which is distributed to the students based on their academic performance and financial background.
All students whose annual family income is less than 1 lakh per annum get full remission of the fee, while those students whose annual family income is between Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh per annum get remission of 2/3 of the fee. The SC/ST/PwD students get a complete fee waiver. Scholar/Student loans can be availed at State Bank of India or Punjab National Bank at low interest rates (compared to non-scholar loans).
The Institute offers merit-cum-means scholarship to 25% of undergraduate students. Several other scholarships are announced from time to time. Bank loans are also easily available whenever required. Financial help is provided as Institute free studentship and scholarships to undergraduate students belonging to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.
There is an scholarship offered named MCM. This scholarship can be availed by those students whose parents income is less than 5 lakh by submitting your income tax return form.
Yes, The best and most wide ranged scholarship offered from the college is Merit cum means scholarship which is based on your parent's annual income and decent CGPA. It really helps the needy students of each batch as complete tuition fees is levied.
Scholarships are available, although they are very very few. This is one area, where I think IITR has to improve. Loan facilities are provided by two of the banks inside the college premises during the admission time.
All students whose annual family income is less than 1 lakh per annum get full remission of the fee, while those students whose annual family income is between Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh per annum get remission of 2/3 of the fee. The SC/ST/PwD students get a complete fee waiver.
I do not know that i did not opted for the loan so i can not comment on this for M.Tech guys there is stipend.