3,000 Students Given Scholarship :agree
Udupi: Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University
K.M. Kaveriappa said on Sunday that while it was fashionable to talk about the economic growth of the country, the problems of poor people should not be pushed under the carpet.He was speaking at a function organised by G. Shankar Family Trust to distribute scholarships to 3,000 poor students, and financial assistance to the needy Yakshagana artistes, here.Prof. Kaveriappa said that although
the country's economy was growing at around nine per cent a year, the fact remained that India was in 128th place in human development index (HDI), as per the Human Development Report of the United Nations Development Programme. This meant that the country had a lot of work to do for uplift of weaker sections of society."It is essential to improve the HDI
of the country", he said. As far as education was concerned, there was a misconception that the students coming from the rural and backward areas were not intelligent.With proper encouragement, they too could make their mark in life and surpass their urban counterparts, Prof. Kaveriappa said.President of Alva's Education Foundation,
Moodabidri, Mohan Alva, presided over the function. President of the trust G. Shankar delivered introductory remarks.Yakshagana artistes such as Udyavar Sanjeeva Chouta, Chipparu Sanjeeva Ballal, Shivaram Jogi, Pollali Lokkayya, Sadananda Prabhu Elagi, Gavali Sheena Kulal, Halagadde Gajanana Bhandary, Aluru Surendra, Padukone Surendra, Mugabettu Shankar Nayak, and M. Bhoja were felicitated and given financial assistance.
The physically handicapped welfare Corporation Assistant Director Ch.Sivarama Bramham has in a press release informed that the differently abled sections belonging to the SC,ST,BC and Muslim minority groups are required to apply for post-matric scholarship online by opening the website www.sbms.ap.gov.in
and fill in the prescribed form.The candidates should open accounts in five nodal banks and mention the account numbers in online forms and convey the application code number to the assistant director concerned.Hindi pandit posts:
The candidates with the following hall ticket numbers are required to contact the district educational officer at the DEO's office at 9 am on Friday for the posts of Hndi pandit .
The hall ticket numbers of the candidates to attend the interview are 1390042, 1390592, 1390734, 1390709, 1390229, 1390381, 1390100, 1390317, 1390542 and 1390458.
The last date for submitting scholarship application forms by students of Economically Backward Classes (EBC) to Government College for Women, Begumpet is December 10. Students, whose parental income is less than Rs. 1 lakh are eligible to apply.
Format is available at www.apcce.gov.in.
VISAKHAPATNAM: Sri Chaitanya Techno Schools will be conducting a scholarship test for students of classes 6 to 9 on February 1 on Techno School campuses and the junior college campuses of Sri Chaitanya, Chairman of Sri Chaitanya Techno Schools B.S. Rao said here at a press meet.
The test will be for 100 marks - Mathematics (50 marks), Physics (15 marks), Chemistry (15 marks), and English (20 marks).
The top 1,000 students with high scores will be given free coaching for two weeks in summer. At the end of the coaching programme, a test will be conducted and top scorers will be given free education from std. VI to Intermediate.
The other students will be given a concession in the fee structure according to the marks secured, Mr. Rao said. Interested candidates can get necessary informati on Ph: (0819-2717490, 2717500).
COIMBATORE: Triumphant Institute of Management Education (TIME) has announced a national-level scholarship test for students from classes VI to IX on February 8.
Thirty cities across India will take the test. They would be tested for their skills in mathematics, physics, chemistry and reasoning powers.
All participants will be given a complete analysis of their performance in each subject. They will also be given a complete picture of their abilities in abilities of understanding, application, analysis, spatial and numerical skills.
The aim of the test is to help students identify the areas of their strengths and take corrective measures.
Toppers will also be given cash prizes along with merit certificates.
For registration, interested students can contact the TIME Office at 186, D.B.Road, opposite ING Vysya Bank, R.S.Puram, Coimbatore - 2. Phone: 0422-4369639.
More girls to benefit from Mayawati's scholarship scheme
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday decided to include married girls in a scholarship scheme for female students from poor families.
A decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of the state cabinet here, an official spokesman told reporters.
The scheme provides for disbursement of Rs.15,000 to girls studying in class 11 and Rs.10,000 to those in class 12. They also receive a bicycle from the government.
So far the benefit was available only to unmarried girl students from below-poverty line families.
The cabinet also decided to extend the ambit of a scheme aimed at discouraging female infanticide.
"While an ex gratia amount of Rs.20,000 was so far payable only to the parents of a newborn girl child only in families bearing the BPL card, the facility would now be available also to other poor people categorised as holders of the Antyodaya card," the spokesman said.
"The decision would increase the number of beneficiaries by 30 percent," he said.(IANS)
Singapore scholarship for two girls
The Singapore-based Global Indian Foundation (GIF) that runs the R. S. Krishnan Higher Secondary School at Kailasapuram in BHEL township has awarded scholarship to two standard X toppers to pursue higher secondary course at Global Indian International School, Singapore.
The selected students M. S. Pon Abinaya and M. R. Pon Malar with respective scores of 482 and 441 out of 500 marks can choose to study either in CBSE or International Baccalaureate Curriculum.
The scholarship for each student consists of one time settling allowance of 500 Singapore Dollars, hostel accommodation, scholarship allowance of 2,400 Singapore Dollars per annum, 100 per cent subsidy for school and examination fee, and economy class air passage to and from Singapore at the start and at the end of the scholarship term. M. Sornamani, Additional officer, Accounts, BHEL, father of Pon Abinaya, and M. Ravindran, Deputy Manager, Quality Control, BHEL, father of Pon Malar, thanked the Principal, P. Varadarajan for grooming the students befitting the Foundation's gesture.
VISAKHAPATNAM: The Vizag Journalists Forum is giving scholarships to children of its members who have done well in their examinations. Two scholarships would be awarded for each class, from LKG to Senior Intermediate. Entries have to reach the president or secretary of the VJF, at the Press Club, Dabagardens, on or before June 15. Copy of marks list of final examination must be enclosed with the application.
Scholarships for needy students
VIJAYAWADA: The VR Siddhartha Engineering College Old Students Association has started a scheme called "Siddhartha Sahaaya" to provide scholarships to the economically backward and academically meritorious students who join the VRSEC.
OSA president Ravi Kumar Parvataneni says that the scheme is applicable to the bright and needy students effective from the academic year 2009-10.
The scholarship will be in the form of a minimum of Rs. 15,000 per year to a maximum of total amount of tuition fee for the entire period of four years of the course. Candidates with not less than 80 per cent marks in SSC or equivalent are eligible to apply.
They should have passed SSC, Intermediate and such examination in first attempt.
Applications for seeking scholarships can be obtained from the VRSEC principal's office or downloaded from www.vrsecosa.org (http://www.vrsecosa.org) or www.vrsiddhartha.ac.in (http://www.vrsiddhartha.ac.in).
Applications should reach Ravi Kumar Parvathaneni, president, VRSECOSA, D.No. 40-13-4, Benz Circle, Chandramoulipuram, Vijayawada before July 4. For further details, contact Prasad Chundru at 9849111234. Email address is ' email@example.com'.
Scholarships to students by June-end
HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S.Rajasekhar Reddy has directed the Social Welfare department to release pending scholarships to all eligible students by June-end.
Social Welfare Minister P.Subhash Chandra Bose said that it was estimated that 25 lakh students comprising SC, ST, BC, Minority and Economically Backward Classes would become eligible for scholarships in the new academic year and Rs.698 crore provision was made for scholarships in the vote-on- account budget. Of the 6.02 lakh SC students eligible for post matric scholarships, 2.66 lakh were freshers and the rest accounted for renewals.
Gateforum Educational Services Pvt Ltd., would organise a scholarship test for engineering graduates at Gowtham Rainbow School, opposite Mohandas theatre in Patamata here on July 19 from 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The top three rankers in every engineering branch would be given scholarship. For further details contact 9394150746 or visit www.gateforum.com (http://www.gateforum.com), or Vijayawada branch office at Infant Jesus Educational Consultants, Poorna Sai Complex, near Siddhartha Women's college Labbipeta.
Examination for scholarship
KOZHIKODE: Keltron's finishing school here is organising examinations daily for students aspiring for scholarship to do its course.
Scholarships worth Rs.20 lakh are being offered to the first 80 meritorious students. More information can be had from the finishing school on third floor of Ambedkar Building on Railway Station Link Road or from the website www.kbfs.org (http://www.kbfs.org) or from telephone number 0495 - 4020205/ 9885464898. Classes for the new batch will commence on July 15.
SALEM: The Union Ministry of Minority Affairs has invited applications from students belonging to minority communities for providing merit-cum-means scholarship to pursue professional and technical courses.
The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to poor and meritorious students belonging to minority communities enabling them to pursue courses such as engineering, medicine, MBA and MCA.
Students, seeking scholarship under this scheme for the first time, should submit the application forms to the respective educational institutions within July 30.
The educational institutions should forward the application along with necessary documents to the District Backward Class and Minorities Welfare office. Fresh applications should be forwarded within August 10. The applications for the renewal of the scholarships should be submitted within July 31.
The applications can be downloaded from the website: http://www.tn.gov.in/ (http://www.tn.gov.in/)
KOZHIKODE: Students belonging to Christian and Muslim religious minorities are eligible for post-matric scholarships to degree, post-graduate, Ph.D, B.Ed, M.Phil, engineering, medical and other professional courses. The last date for applying is August 15.
Applications will be considered in the order received. Students are requested to apply through the heads of institution they are currently enrolled in. Interested students can find more details at www.collegiateedu.kerala.gov.in (http://www.collegiateedu.kerala.gov.in) or call 9446281854.
Scholarships for ITI students
CHENNAI: Sri Vidyasagar Educational Trust has announced educational scholarships for poor students studying in recognised Industrial Training Institutes in Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur. The scheme is open to first-year engineering students. Application forms can be obtained by post or in person before August 21 from the trust's office at B-1, Narumukai Apts., Brindavan Nagar Extension, Adambakkam. The last date for submission of forms is August 31.
Scholarship for minority students
VIZIANAGARAM: Applications are invited from minority students for scholarship for 2009-10.
Executive Director of Minority Finance Corporation Amjad Ali, in a release, asked students to download application forms from the website - www.apsfmc.com (http://www.apsfmc.com) - and send the filled-in application forms to his office at Collector's Office through respective colleges.
The last date for pre-matric and post-matric (renewals) is August 31 and that of post-matric scholarships (fresher) September 30.
CHENNAI: The British Institute of Technology and E-Commerce (BITE), London, has announced a scholarship for its Master's programme.
Students can opt for MBA in Banking and Finance, M.Sc in Innovative Technology, M.Sc in Nano Technology, LLB and other technology programmes for its September/October 2009 intake.
The programme also entails additional two years in the U.K. under the Post Study work visa scheme, which permits students to gain two years work experience, said a press release said.
For details on the admission, contact Janet Foxcroft at 99628 00567 or 24996688. The office is located at 177, Royapettah High Road, 3rd Floor, SMS Center, Mylapore.
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