Government of Andhra Pradesh sanctions Tuition Fee and Maintenance (or Mess) charges for eligible SC/ST/BC and Disabled students of Intermediate, Degree and Post graduate classes.
Minority Scholarships are sanctioned through "The Andhra Pradesh State Minorities Finance Corporation".
For more details visit APSMFC Website
Post graduate Indira Gandhi scholarship scheme for single girl child
The objectives of the proposed scheme are :
a) to support post graduate education of single girl child in non- professional courses only.
b) to recognize the value of observance of small family norm.
Any single girl child of her parents. In a family if one son and one daughter is available then girl child will not be considered for scholarship under the scheme. The scheme is applicable to such a single girl child who has taken admission in regular, full-time 1st year Masters Degree course in any recognized university or a post graduate college. This scholarship is available to PG-I year student only. Admission to PG Course in Distance education mode is not covered under the scheme.
Age: Girl students up to the age of 30 years at the time of admission in PG courses are eligible.
Nature of assistance available under the scheme
- the number of slots for scholarships available under the schemes are 1200 per year
- It is expected from the institutions where student has taken admission in the first year PG course, no tuition fees will be charged by the institute from girl students to pursue PG degree course in Universities/Colleges/Institutions covered under Sections 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act.
- the value of Scholarship is Rs.2,000/- p.m for a period of two years only (10 months in the year) i.e. full duration of a PG course.
- No other additional grant will be payable in lieu of hostel charges and medical charges etc.
Various Social Service Organisations and Philanthropists including Alumni sponsors the needy students.
The information regarding these financial assistance will be informed to the students from time to time through "Notice".