The Paul Foundation Scholarships are offered to the Indian students who wish to carry on their higher education in India or study abroad. The scholarship is given to the students who wish to pursue post-graduation and Doctoral studies. Diploma and short-term courses are also covered.
The selection committee will evaluate the candidate’s academic background and personal statements. Also, they will be interviewed before the final list of selected students is revealed.
|Scholarship Type||Merit-Based, Need-Based|
|No. of Scholarships||N/A|
|International Students Eligible||Yes|
|Scholarship Website Link||https://www.thepaulfoundation.org/|
To secure the Paul Foundation scholarships, applicants must meet the eligibility criteria listed below:
Candidates seeking for merit cum means scholarship should provide the family income proof certificate issued by the concerned authorities at the time of application.
External applications must be submitted by the prospective candidates. This can be done either by obtaining the application from the office of the Paul foundation or download the application form from its official website.
The application form must also be accompanied by a copy of the receipt of admission in one top-ranked Indian Universities or abroad. The applications can be sent via post to the following address:
The Paul Foundation, Apeejay House,15 Park Street,
Kolkata, West Bengal, India,
Pin code: 700016
Recipients of the Paul Foundation scholarship are evaluated based on the following documents:
Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview. Candidates are required to be available in India for the same.
The final interviews are scheduled in the month of June and July every year before the final decision is taken.
Paul Foundation scholarships are provided by the Paul foundation with the objective of providing opportunities to young students who want to pursue their higher studies in India.
Students selected under this scholarship scheme are eligible for a grant of 15 lakhs INR per year which can be used to cover tuition fees or other expenses.