1. Indian Government is Providing Economic Assistance to Girls from Minority Groupswith Begum Hazrat Mahal Scholarship Scheme

Maulana Azad Education Foundation (MAEF), Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India is extending financial support to school going girls belonging to any minority community i.e. Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Parsi for their continuous gap-free education. Through this scholarship, the girl students will be able to pursue their educational dream without any economic hassle.

Last date to submit the application form is September 15, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

               Girl students belonging to any minority community, studying in class 9 to 12, can apply for this scholarship.

               The applicant must have secured minimum 50% or equivalent in aggregate in previous class with family income not more than INR 2L.

Scholarship Reward

Students of class 9 and 10 will receive INR 10,000 and class 11 and 12 will be given INR 12,000, in two equal instalments towards their admission and tuition fee.

How to Apply

Applications can be submitted online and offline via post to:

Secretary & CEO MAULANA AZAD EDUCATION FOUNDATION,

Maulana Azad Campus, Chelmsford Road,

Opposite New Delhi Railway Station (Paharganj side)

New Delhi-110055

Other Important Details

Candidates need to submit the below mentioned documents:

               Printed application form (completed)

               Income Certificate of parents/guardian to be issued by the Competent Authority declared by the State Govt./UTs Administration

               Photograph of student attested by the Principal of present school/college

               Institution verification form attested by the Principal of present school/college

               Self-attested certificate of mark sheet of previous class as filled in form

               Self-declaration of minority community certificate by the student

               Photocopy of the 1st page of bank/postal account passbook in the name of applicant (either single or joint account with her parents)

               Photocopy of Aadhaar Card of the student

About

The Foundation was established to promote education amongst the educationally backward minorities in particular and other weaker sections in general. The Foundation is a voluntary, non-political, non-profit making social service organization, established to promote education amongst educationally backward minorities.

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http://www.b4s.in/AC/MAN11

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2. Students in Graduation Programme are Offered financial Aid through NSF Scholarship

To help financially weak but academically strong students, who have taken admission in the under-graduate professional course like engineering, medicine or three-year polytechnic (diploma in engineering) from anywhere in India are extended helping hand by North South Foundation based in Illinois, United States of America.

Last date to submit the application form is September 15, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

Students, who have bagged top 10 position in CET or JET in class 10 or 12 from their state with family income less than INR 90,000 and must have secured a seat Engineering, Medical, Dental, Polytechnic, B.Sc (Agriculture), Bachelor of Veterinary Science etc. in a government or government-aided college are eligible to apply.

Scholarship Reward

Up to INR 25,000 will be rewarded as an annual scholarship to the selected candidates.

How to Apply

Applications can be submitted online.

Other Important Details

Candidates need to submit the below listed documents:

               College Admission Card

               CET/JEE/NEET rank card

               Bonafide certificate from the college into which student secured admission.

               Certificates showing marks secured from class 10th to 12th duly attested.

               Proof of tuition fees paid /payable annually duly certified by college authorities.

               Income Certificate issued by a Revenue Official or any other competent authority.

               Ration card / Aadhar card

               Two passport size photographs

               One family photo with their family standing in front of the house they live in.

               Reservation Class card duly certified, if the entrance exam rank card does not have the reservation class.

About

The NSF Scholarship program in India is designed to encourage excellence among the poor children who excel academically but need help to attend college.

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http://www.b4s.in/AC/NSF20

https://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/north-south-foundation-nsf-scholarship-2018-19 

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1.  Pursue your Career in Research with Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana

As the name suggests, young science enthusiasts are motivated under this programme. Students with exceptional brilliance, planning to pursue Basic Science programme (BSc, BS, BStat, BMath) or Integrated MSc, MS and build their career in research, are invited by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, to apply for the scholarship and receive economic assistance under the same.

Last date to submit the application form is August 30, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

               Class 11 students, who have scored a minimum of 75% in Maths and Science, are eligible for Stream SA, whereas for stream SX, class 12 students must score a minimum of 75% in the above-mentioned subjects.

               First years graduates, scoring at least 60% in Basic Science or Integrated MSc, MS in Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology in class 12, are eligible for Stream SB.

               SC, ST, PWD candidates are relieved with 10% relaxation in marks.

Scholarship Reward

               Graduates, integrated first to third years students will receive monthly stipend of INR 5,000 and annual contingency of INR 20,000.

               MSC, integrated fourth to fifth years students, will receive monthly stipend of INR 7,000 and annual contingency grant of INR 28,000.

How to Apply

Interested students are requested to apply online.

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http://www.b4s.in/AC/KVP8

http://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/kishore-vaigyanik-protsahan-yojana-kvpy-2018

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2. An Opportunity to Pedagogies to Gain Global Exposure with USIEF Fellowship

The program offers nine-month non-degree grant to candidates who are either in their early teaching career at college level or are professionals in English language, English or American Literature, American Studies, Linguistics, Comparative Literature and related fields. The candidates will be teaching Bengali, Hindi or Urdu at select U.S. campuses, beginning in August or September 2019.

Last date to submit the application form is August 31, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

Candidates, who will be holding Master’s degree by June 2019, having good academic record with TOEFL score of minimum 213 (CBT), 79-80 (iBT) or 550 (PBT) and are able to demonstrate maturity, dependability, integrity and professionalism, are eligible.

Scholarship Reward

Selected candidates will be providedmonthly stipend, health insurance and travel support.

How to Apply

Applications are to be filled online.

Other Important Details

Following documents are to be sent along with the application form:

               Three confidential letters of reference

               Academic mark sheets/transcripts

               English language proficiency test scores (if any)

               Passport copy (if available)

About

The United States – India Educational Foundation (USIEF) promotes mutual understanding between the nationals of India and the U.S. through the educational exchange of outstanding scholars, professionals and students.

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http://www.b4s.in/AC/FFL1

http://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/fulbright-foreign-language-teaching-assistant-program-2019 

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Said India, “Thank you very much UAE, but we don’t want your money!”

It was not about ‘not needing’ your money, it was, not ‘wanting’ it.

Never mind that the centre had promised Kerala only 600 crores, while the UAE’s offer was 700 crores! Never mind that the death, destruction and devastation in the state needs a hundred times more! That millions are homeless and dying, that the state could face threats of epidemics, that cattle have been lost, crops destroyed, homes washed away.

But with steely eyes we turned and said, “No!”

Many years ago, while running my business, I employed a youngster who I found quite honest and upright. One day while visiting the site he was overseeing I noticed he wore a torn shirt. I saw he wore the same shirt the next day too, and told him it was important he wore clothes which even if they were old were not torn.

He wore another shirt the next day, equally frayed.

I went home, looked for some good shirts of mine, got them wrapped and left it at the site. The next day I heard he had left my company with a note, “I don’t want your charity!”

I saw him from my car a year later, his shirts even more the worse for wear, trying to sell a product as a door to door salesman, and being turned away because of his shabby attire.

And here’s another incident:

Once, I’d rescued a person from the evils of alcoholism, but continued helping him as he decided to get married and set up a home for himself. One day as we sat outside his tiny but happy home, he said, “Bob, I’ve got something for you,” and going in, he came out with a pair of old boots. I looked at the worn shoes and my heart missed a beat as I wondered how I could be seen in them, and what made my friend think I needed them. But just as I was about to refuse politely, came a new thought into my head, that it was important to be as gracious a receiver as a giver.

“You can’t be seen in those shoes!” said my children as I went the next week to same friend’s house. I wore them, and as my friend looked at the boots, he glanced up and whispered, “Thank you Bob!”

As I left him later and walked back to my car, sat in the back and waited for my driver to take me away I glanced back at my happy friend, then looked with tears in my eyes at the old shoes on my feet and realized I had nearly not earned those thanks, because of my false pride!

“We don’t want your money!” we cry, even as we hear thousands crying for help..! 

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1.  Pursue your Career in Research with Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana

As the name suggests, young science enthusiasts are motivated under this programme. Students with exceptional brilliance, planning to pursue Basic Science programme (BSc, BS, BStat, BMath) or Integrated MSc, MS and build their career in research, are invited by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, to apply for the scholarship and receive economic assistance under the same.

Last date to submit the application form is August 30, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

               Class 11 students, who have scored a minimum of 75% in Maths and Science, are eligible for Stream SA, whereas for stream SX, class 12 students must score a minimum of 75% in the above-mentioned subjects.

               First years graduates, scoring at least 60% in Basic Science or Integrated MSc, MS in Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology in class 12, are eligible for Stream SB.

               SC, ST, PWD candidates are relieved with 10% relaxation in marks.

Scholarship Reward

               Graduates, integrated first to third years students will receive monthly stipend of INR 5,000 and annual contingency of INR 20,000.

               MSC, integrated fourth to fifth years students, will receive monthly stipend of INR 7,000 and annual contingency grant of INR 28,000.

How to Apply

Interested students are requested to apply online.

Click Here to Know More

http://www.b4s.in/AC/KVP8

http://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/kishore-vaigyanik-protsahan-yojana-kvpy-2018

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2. An Opportunity to Pedagogies to Gain Global Exposure with USIEF Fellowship

The program offers nine-month non-degree grant to candidates who are either in their early teaching career at college level or are professionals in English language, English or American Literature, American Studies, Linguistics, Comparative Literature and related fields. The candidates will be teaching Bengali, Hindi or Urdu at select U.S. campuses, beginning in August or September 2019.

Last date to submit the application form is August 31, 2018. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements:

Eligibility

Candidates, who will be holding Master’s degree by June 2019, having good academic record with TOEFL score of minimum 213 (CBT), 79-80 (iBT) or 550 (PBT) and are able to demonstrate maturity, dependability, integrity and professionalism, are eligible.

Scholarship Reward

Selected candidates will be providedmonthly stipend, health insurance and travel support.

How to Apply

Applications are to be filled online.

Other Important Details

Following documents are to be sent along with the application form:

               Three confidential letters of reference

               Academic mark sheets/transcripts

               English language proficiency test scores (if any)

               Passport copy (if available)

About

The United States – India Educational Foundation (USIEF) promotes mutual understanding between the nationals of India and the U.S. through the educational exchange of outstanding scholars, professionals and students.

Click Here to Know More

http://www.b4s.in/AC/FFL1

http://www.buddy4study.com/scholarship/fulbright-foreign-language-teaching-assistant-program-2019

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There is shock and disbelief today as India mourns a statesman!

There was shock and disbelief that day, when with a failed advertising campaign that portrayed India Shining, the last shining star in the Indian horizon was swept away in an election. Many felt a terrible sense of loss; here was a man who had shed his political robes and ruled as a statesman, had kept aside his beliefs and had fearlessly called a spade a spade, and yet the Indian electorate harshly moved him out of Race Course Road, and sent him on the road to oblivion.

And yet it is not into oblivion that he went, though, from that day of leaving his Prime Minister’s abode, and though he kept a dignified silence, it is not into nothingness that Atal Bihari Vajpayee went, he goes into the immortal hall of fame.

There was shock and disbelief that day when he left Race Course Road, as there is the same shock and disbelief today as earthly body will be consigned to fire: Flames may destroy his mortal remains but not the memory of the man.

The man will live on and will join the ranks of India’s greats; of Nehru and Gandhiji. He will always be remembered for his love for peace: Even though victorious in the Kargil war, he still rode triumphantly into Lahore in a bus from India and tried again and again to offer a hand of peace to his counterpart Musharraf then using the gun and the sword.

Not just peace outside the country, but within.

India was shining, and yet it was another kind of shining than what the advertising men thought of: A shine of togetherness, of fellowship, of people with beard, tilak, cross or turban feeling safe and secure with each other. It was a time when the country though ruled by a saffron party still felt their own colours remain intact.

There was shock and disbelief on Friday, as the nation saw his body being taken to Vijay Ghat, but I felt as the flames rose high, a figure with a loin cloth took him by the hand saying, “Come with me Atal, you continued doing for India, what I began!”

And together, one from Vijay Ghat and the other leading him from Rajghatthey walked hand in hand into the hall of fame where he forever will be India’s Shining Hero!

These are the men our leaders of today need to fashion their lives around;men who will be remembered much after the flames have died, men who take the long, arduous road of peace instead of the easy short cut of violence, through armsor rhetoric!

Long live the memory of a man who kept India Shining..! 

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