Economically Backward Classes (E.B.C.)
Those whose parents annual income is less than Rs. 15,000/- are declared as economically backward. Their fees are reimbursed by the State Government. However, the students have to apply in the prescribed form (to be obtained from the college office) together with the Income Certificate signed by a Revenue Officer (not below the rank of Tahsildar) and an attested true copy of the marksheet of the qualifying examination immediately after he / she is admitted to the college.
E.B.C. concession shall be finally decided at the end of the session on the basis of regular attendance (which should not be less than 75%) and satisfactory progress in the monthly / unit test and test examination.
If the E.B.C. concession is denied by the competent authority/principal, the student shall have to pay full fees before the examination.
A student belonging to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and N.T., etc. who failed only once is also entitled to reimbursement of fees provided, he/she produces reasonable grounds for such failure and fills the prescribed form for freeship at the time of admission to the college.
A student whose father is serving in the armed forces (or has retired from Defence Services) is eligible for free studentship on production of the eliglbility certificate from the District Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen's Board concerned.
The girl student studying in 11th and 12th standard of junior College are eligible for free education as per G.R. education and employment deptt. no. fed 1084/(2568) sa shi 5 Dated 6 March 1986.
The girl student availing the free education should submit the girl's affidavit to the college. The concession is not admissible without the said affidavit.
The children of primary/middle school teaching and non teaching staff are eligible to avail the concession. The concession is admissible upto three children as per GR No. fed/1096/ad/ 1978/96/SASHI/05 June 1996. The application form should be.
signed by education officer, for the guardian of the ward/pupilserving in Z.P. while by competent authority if serving in private or government school and two true copies of ration card.
The children of secondary and higher secondary school teaching and nonteaching staff are eligible for this concession. The conession is admissible up to two children as per GR dated 19-8-1995. The application should be signed by education officer for the guardian of the ward/pupil serving in z.p. while by competent authority if serving in private or government school and two true copies of ration card.
The children including girl born on or after 15 August 1968 are not eligible as per GR education and social welfare department no. fips/1069/8512/C dated 8 Feb 1968.
The Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship (GOI)
I. All the backward class students (SC/ST/NT/VJ/OBC/SBC etc.) undertaking approved post S.S.C. courses are considered eligible for the Govt. of India scholarship as per Govt. rules. Income limit Rs. 100000/- per annum.
II. The fees non-chargeble for students from backward class as per Govt. directives & regulation.
III. Refundable fees and other fees not re-imbursed by the Govt. will be paid by the students.
IV. The scholarship will be paid to the students according to Government rates.
Scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress, regular attendance and conduct of the scholar. If it is reported by the Head of the Instution that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act or default failed to show satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance, the authority may cancel the scholarship or stop or withhold further payments.
a) All backward class students belonging to the lower income group should apply for the Govt. of India Scholarship in the prescribed form to the college office. Students should be vigilant enough to fill the form correctly and completely in all respects. False information shall disqualify him/her from the above scholarship.
b) Students with a break in studies should submit a gap certificate in the form of an affidavit stating the reason for the gap.
c) Students who received Govt. of India Scholarship in the previous year and have passed the annual examination are also required to submit the application form. Their cases will be reported to the Divisional Social Welfare Officer, Amravati by the college for the renewal of scholarship.
d) For other details contact the college office or read the regulations governing the award.
Govt of India Freeship
Regular junior/senior college students belonging to SC/ST/OBC/VJ/NT/SBC category with income more than Rs. 1,00,000/- per year can apply for the freeship concession in prescribed format.
The govt. has started the Rajashree Shahu Maharaj Merit Scholarship from 2003-2004 as per GR No. EBC/2003/pra kra 115/mavak-2 dated 11 June 2003 for the students of SC/NT/VJ and SBC admitted to 11th standard securing 75% mark in 10th standard. Therefore the students of above category securing 75% marks in S.S.C. exam. should register their entry and name to the concerned clerk after confirmation of admission to XI STD.
The students in 11th standard having more than 75% in SSC Exam. and student in BSC part I having more than 60% in HSSC exam. can apply for this scholarship. the annual progress report are necessary for the students of XIIth Std. and that of B.Sc. II, III year students. No bar of the caste and income for this scholoarship.
The student of the 11th standard should submit the duly completed and duly filled in application form to the college those securing place in merit list of SSC and received application form from the board. The income limit is Rs. 25,000/- per year for this scholarship.
The application for this scholarship can be submitted during first year of the graduate or post graduate education, while 50% marks is necessary in HSSC or Graduate exam.
i) The income should not be more than Rs. 48000/- per year. ii) Birth Certificate iii) The certificate of NSS, NCC, Cultural or sport activities or field are necessary.
Last date for Submission of form is 20th September.
Post matriculation scholarship scheme are admissible/ applicable for five students from the minority community (Muslim, Parshi, Shikh, Christian, Budhha)
Scholarship from this fund is given to poor and deserving tudents. Application in the prescribed form should reach theoffice by 30th September.
Other conditions governing the award of Students' Aid Fund are
Scholarships awarded by the Foundation Society : (Shri Shivaji Education Sociery, Amravati.)
|Sr.No.||Name of Scholarship||Tenure of Scholarship|
|A) Government Scholarships :|
|i)||National Merit Scholarship (50% mark in the last annual exam)||Upto the First degree|
|ii)||Scholarship to students from non-Hindi speaking states for post matric studies in Hindi||Tenable only for the stage of the course|
|iii)||a) State Government Open Merit Scholarship in Junior College(based on marks obtained in the last annual exam)
b) Senior College (based on marks obtained in the last annual exam)
|iv)||Talent Development Scholarship in Maths and Physics (promotion to the next higher class securing 60% marks in the chosen subject Maths or Physics as the case may be)||3 years up to B.Sc. degree|
|v)||a) State Government Open Merit Scholarship meant for bright and deserving Junior College students especially from rural areas (Not less than 70% marks in the annual promotion exam.)
b) First Degree Course (based on marks obtained in the last annual exam.)
|vi)||Merit scholarship to the children of primary and secondary school teachers. For continuous courses the scholar must secure promotion to the next higher class in each university Examination. At the completion stage, the scholar must obtain a first class or 60% marks in the aggregate.||Till the completion of the chosen course|
|vii)||E.B.C. scholarship for post S.S.C. (45% marks in the last Annual Examination.)||2 years (XI & XII)|
|viii)||Scholarship to the children of freedom fighters (Minimum 50% marks in the examination)||For a complete and continuous course|
|ix)||Govt. of India post S.S.C. scholarship to the B.C. (SC, ST, NT, VJ, OBC, SBC) etc.) students (Junior & Senior) (Promotion to the next Higher Class)||For a complete and continuous course|
|x)||Govt. of India National Scholarship (as per Govt. rules)||For a complete and continuous course|
|xi)||Scholarship to the physically handicapped students (Certificate from the Civil Surgeon must accompany the application from)||For complete and Continuous courses|
|B) Govt. Free - studentship -|
|i)||Free tuition to children of Economically Backward classes (E.B.C.) (Promotion to the next Higher class) Income not exceeding Rs. 15,000/- p.a.)||For a complete and continuous course|
Vidya-Ratna S.R. alias Mamasaheb Londhe Memorial Silver Medal
To be awarded to the student from final B.Sc. securing the highest number of marks in aggregate in University Examination from amongest the students of this college.
Prof. Krishnarao Sitaramji Rokade Memorial Silver Medal
To be awarded to the student from XII Std. securing the highest number of marks in aggregate in Board Examination from amongst the students of this college.
scholarships & awards.
Backward class students studying in XI std. and intending to seek admission to Medical / Engineering colleges against reserved seats after passing XII std. exam. are required to get their caste certificate verified by a competent authority.
The students of SC/ST/VJ/NT/SBC and OBC should obtain the requisite application form for caste verification from the college and the duly filled in application form along with necessary document and certificates should be submitted to the college office up to 2 Aug 2019