Highlights

  • Opportunity to get a government scholarship.
  • Haryana has sought applications from SSC and OBC students.
  • You can apply till 31st January 2022.

Government Scholarship 2022: Post Graduate from 10th pass is an opportunity for needy candidates to get government scholarships. The Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Welfare Department of the Government of Haryana has called for applications under the Post Matric Scholarship Scheme. The department has invited applications for scholarships for Scheduled Caste (SC) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) students. Students get Rs. 230 to Rs. Up to 1200 scholarships will be available. Eligible candidates can apply online through the official website.

Name of Scholarship: Matric Scholarship Scheme for Scheduled Caste Students, Haryana
Who can apply?

  • Post graduate from 10th pass
  • Scheduled Caste (SC) students living in Haryana
  • The annual income of the family is Rs. Should not be more than 2.5 lakhs.

Name of Scholarship: Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme for OBC Students, Haryana
Who can apply?

  • Post graduate from 10th pass
  • Must be a permanent resident of Haryana.
  • Must belong to the OBC community.
  • The annual income of the family is Rs. Should not be more than 2.5 lakhs

Candidate’s official website Haryanascbc.gov.in You can apply online by visiting. The last date to apply is January 31, 2022. Explain that all eligible SSC and OBC students will be awarded scholarships on the basis of the mean test application prescribed in this scheme.

These students will not receive scholarships
Scholarships are not offered for training courses such as Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course and Private Pilot License Course. In addition, students with training courses at Ship Dufferin (now Rajendra), Military College, Dehradun, students with courses at all-India and state-level pre-examination centers should also not apply for this scholarship.

See instruction here
Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for SC Students

Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for OBC Students

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