UP News: The Uttar Pradesh government has given a big gift to the youth of the state. If reports are to be believed, the UP government has decided to give scholarship to SC/ST students. In such a situation, it becomes very important to know which students are going to get the scholarship. Also, what qualification has been sought for this? And the most important thing in this is how much scholarship the Yogi government is going to give to the students.
Yogi government wants to bring revolution in the field of education through scholarship
If seen, all the states keep bringing one welfare scheme after another in the field of education. In such a situation, how is the Yogi government going to lag behind? Let us tell you that the Uttar Pradesh state government has announced to give scholarship to economically weaker SC/ST students to help them in their studies. It is being told that the government has said to give Rs 3,500 annually to the students. This scholarship will be given to students studying in class 9th and 10th.
What is the eligibility and how to apply for scholarship?
Students do not need to worry at all about the application. We take you from application to qualification We are going to tell everything what has been asked. Friends, let us tell you that the biggest thing in eligibility for scholarship is the age limit. If reports are to be believed, students whose age will be between 12 to 20 years. Only those students will be in a position to apply. Applications of students above 20 years of age will not be accepted.
Apart from this the student should be SC/ST. Also, he should be studying in 9th and 10th class. Apart from this, it is also necessary for the candidate to get at least 50 percent marks in the previous class. In such a situation, as far as applications are concerned, online applications will be made from this year.
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