Puducherry: Women and Child Development - Grant of Financial Assistance to parents having one girl child studying between 8th and 10th standards
This scheme aims at small family norms and promoting the welfare of the girl children and treats them as an asset and to share the burden of the parents at the time of marriage of the girl child. An amount of ₹25,000/- will be deposited as fixed deposit in Post Office in the form of National Savings Certificate in the name of the Girl Child. The maturity amount will be released when the girl child attains the age of eighteen years. Annual income should not exceed ₹24,000/- and the parents should produce a certificate to the effect that they do have only one girl child living and do not have any other issue and a study certifice from the school where their girl is studying.
Student of Schedule Tribe whose annual income up to Rs 2,00.000 is eligible for MBBS scholarship.
Bal Kalyan Puraskar for Individual, Department of Women & Child Development
Apply online scholarship for students having sikkim identity and belonging to communities excluding ST, SC, and OBC (Central) with annual family income below or equal to 1 Lakh
Digital Gujarat Portal manages scholarship for student. Administrative process is carried under this portal and for making the payment it is integrated with the State Government's IFMS portal from where the DBT take place.
An Application to Apply for Availing Benefits under Beti Hai Anmol Yojna,Himachal
Apply onlline scholarship for students having sikkim idenity and belonging to the community ST with annual family income below or equal to 2.5 Lakhs
Check list of students benefited from the Free Cycle Distribution scheme of Madhya Pradesh. Users can search beneficiary students' details by providing year, name of the district, name of the school or institutions, status, etc. Reports can also be exported in spreadsheet.
Bal Shakti Puraskar, Ministry of Women and Child Development
Apply online scholarship for students having sikkim identiy and belonging to the community OBC (Central) with annual family income below or equal to 1 Lakh.