The Institute Scholarship is a tuition fee concession provided by Study in India partner institutes. Over 90,000 Institute Scholarships are awarded across 164 institutes, although the number of scholarships available may vary among institutes. It's important to note that the scholarship does not cover accommodation and canteen costs. Students are responsible for paying for these expenses themselves. However, students are still eligible to receive the Institute Scholarship, which is offered in four categories:
Merit-Based Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded based on the academic performance and achievements of the students. Eligibility criteria and the amount of the scholarship may vary depending on the institute.
Means-Based Scholarships: These scholarships are granted to students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The eligibility criteria typically consider the financial need of the student and their family.
Girl Child Scholarships: These scholarships aim to support and encourage female students to pursue higher education. They are awarded to deserving female students based on merit or means criteria.
Region-Based Scholarships: Some institutes offer scholarships specifically for students from certain regions or states. These scholarships promote diversity and inclusivity by supporting students from specific geographical areas.
It's important for students to check the specific eligibility criteria and application process for each institute's Institute Scholarship. While the scholarship provides a tuition fee concession, students should be prepared to cover other expenses such as accommodation and canteen costs themselves.
|Type of Institute Scholarship||Fee Waived||Tuition fee to be paid by students||Other Expenses|
|G1||100%||0%||To be paid by students|
|G2||50%||50%||To be paid by students|
|G3||25%||75%||To be paid by students|
|G4||0%||100%||To be paid by students|