Yes there MCM (Merit Cum Maximum) scholarship which provided in which whole fee refund and also some other amount, college also provides loan facilities to those students whose family background is not well and good.
Yes, loan facility was there and could be availed at minimal rates as i could gather from some of my colleagues.
In PhD and Mtech, the scholarship is available. For Btech final year students only there is TA ship in which you have to do some college work. You will be paid 3500 hundred per month for that.
Ya every student whose father get less than 100000 ,get scholarship by central goverment.I also get scholarship by MHRD.Ya loan is also available for the students
MHRD gives Scholarship to the each PG and PhD scholars, no need for loan. The scholarship is much sufficient to live and enjoy the student life.
Yes there are various Scholarships for SC, ST and Economically Weaker sections. The scholarships are given on the basis of Merit. All commercial banks provide education loan to IIT students at very reasonable rate of interest.
There is provisions for various scholarships like mean cum merit. Institute has the tie up with SBI perhaps for the loan facility but not sure of it. But you can very well get the education loan for the same from any Indian Bank.
Scholarship is provided to exceptional students in B.tech and Masters. SC, ST and OBC students are provided additional waivers to the course and hostel fees. Bachelors and masters students are referred to universities abroad by the professors. Phd students also seldom visit national and international conferences, internship programs.
There are many scholarships for the meritorious and economically poor students. There are scholarship for masters and PhD student from MHRD. Masters students get 12400 per months and PhD gets 25000 per month. There is bank inside campus. One can avail loan facility easily with few academic documents and bonafide certificate.
Yes, Merit cum mean scholarship was provided to students from UGC which was almost equal to the fees of the college. Also SC/ST students were offered zero fees almost.