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Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Foreign Study Loan Scheme.

 Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Foreign Study Loan Scheme.

 Who benefits? Education plans.

 The benefit of this scheme is available to the bright students of Scheduled Castes to go abroad for higher studies.  Under this scheme, a loan of Rs. 15 lakh at 4% interest is given by the government to the bright students of Scheduled Castes who want to study abroad.  There is no income limit for students seeking to avail the benefits of this scheme.  Any bright student of Scheduled Caste who wants to go abroad for study can avail this scheme.  Must have obtained 50% or more marks in the course after Std-12. 

How much benefit?

  A loan of Rs 15 lakh is available at an annual rate of four per cent. 

Where do the benefits come from?  Deputy Director, Office of Scheduled Caste Welfare, Rajkot.

 Commercial Pilot Training Loan Assistance.  

Who benefits?

  For the purpose of providing financial assistance to Scheduled Caste students for training to become commercial pilots, a loan of Rs. 3 lakh is provided by the government at 4% interest.  All students belonging to Scheduled Castes who want to become commercial pilots are eligible for loans irrespective of any income limit. 

How much benefit did you get? 

Rs 25 lakh is received at an annual interest rate of four percent.


25 per cent free admission in Std-1 in a private school for children from weaker and disadvantaged groups. 

Who benefits?

  Orphan, a child in need of care.  Children in need of protection, children in orphanages, working class children, HIV-infected children, mentally retarded children, children of military paramilitary personnel who have been martyred while on duty.  Children of BPL card holders with scores of 8 to 20, children of SC ST category, children of nomadic caste wandering in Bakshipanch.  Children of General Non-Reserved, thus given priority in order of priority.  Income Limit The benefit is available to the students of parents whose income is less than 1 lakh 20 thousand in rural areas and whose income is less than one lakh and fifty thousand in urban areas.

How much benefit? 

Under this scheme, students in the age group of five to seven years are given admission in a private school in standard one free of cost at 25%.  Such students can take free education up to standard eight in a private school.  All students taking admission are paid Rs.3000 for boot dress and transport. 

Where do the benefits come from? 

Students who wish to avail this benefit have to apply online with the help of their parents.  Announcement of application for online entrance examination is published every year in the month of March-April.  In which you have to apply online and go to the nearest application acceptance center and submit the application.  If the selection is done, admission is given in an area of ​​6 km.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • No income limit.
  • To be granted to Scheduled Caste students intending to prosecute higher studies in foreign countries.
  • Should have obtained Visa.
  • For Diploma and equivalent technical and professional and technical courses after obtaining 50% in Std.XII examination.
  • For post-graduate courses, sanction is being granted after obtaining 50% marks in Graduation level examinations.
  • Application is to be submitted before leaving abroad.

 Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme.

 Scholarship assistance is given by the government to the students of Scheduled Castes of Std. 1 to 10 studying in Government Granted Primary Secondary School from different heads.  The scheme does not have any income limit.  If the children of parents who are engaged in unhygienic business are studying in Std. 1 to 10, they are given a scholarship of Rs. 3000.  No income limit is taken into consideration while awarding this scholarship.  In addition to the scholarship received from the Government of India, students studying in Std. 9 and 10 are given a scholarship of Rs. 3000.  The income limit in this scheme is two lakh fifty thousand rupees.  This benefit is also available to private school students.  Students of standard 1 to 8 are entitled to uniform assistance of Rs. 600.  No income limit is considered for uniform assistance. 



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