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No. The college doesn't provide us with scholarship opportunities. They just don't help students to avail scholarship. The reason may be the low cost and very feasible fee structure. Some private sector scholarship helps students.
It provides scholarship from the Govt of West Bengal only to students coming from economically weaker section, or having a SC, ST or OBC reservation. It used to be around 22, 000 per year earlier (now the figures are not upto my knowledge).
I have not heard about loans but scholarships are absolutely available For economically backward classes. I don't know the exact figures of stipend they provide with but it's not that bad. Maybe around 20000 per year.
Scholarships are available for economically weaker sections of the society. I am not very sure about the criteria.
No any scholarship is not provided to us by our college.Only Government scholarships are given to the students like bikash bhavan,kanyashree,nabanna etc.Also some central scheme scholarships are given to the students.
If you are a general cast family then you will not get any scholarship here is a chance to get a big deal scholarship for sc st and obc cast students.every year you will get 13000 for st and 11000 for sc and obc student.
Yes scholarship is provided for academic excellence.Students securing an overall percentage of 70 or above are given scholarship not under the scheme of College but under a trust named by Tata trusts and also scholarships are there for backward classes.
The college provides scholarship for sc,st and obc castes .I did not avail these.No the college didn't help in getting any loans
As far as scholarships are concerned most of the minority students used to get the scholarships from the West Bengal government which covered their fees and the book grants. There were no such facilities for the general candidate students and for those students who came from other states.
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