Pre-matric scholarship for Cl IX & X students


Dimapur, April 23: The Director (HoD), School Education, Wonthungo Tsopoe has informed Scheduled Tribe students studying in class IX and X (both private and Government school) pursuing studies in the State and the annual income of whose parents/guardians from all sources does not exceed Rs 2 lakh that they can apply (both fresh & renewal) for Pre-matric Scholarship for Scheduled Tribe.
The guidelines are as: Student should belong to Scheduled Tribe, He/she should not be getting any other centrally funded Pre-Matric Scholarship, He/she should be a regular students studying at Govt/ private schools recognized by Govt., and tenure of scholarship is subject to good conduct and satisfactory progress in studies including promotion from class to class every year.
The application procedure & activity schedule are one copy of passport size photograph with signature of the student; photocopy of Scheduled Tribe certificate duly signed by an authorized officer not below the rank of SDO(C); Certificate of self declaration of family income under Pre-Matric Scholarship for Schedule Tribe Students studying in class IX and X should be enclosed; Photocopy of first page Students Bank Passbook; in case of parents account, students should enclosed their Birth Certificate along with the Photo copy of their parents Bank Pass book; students must keep their given Bank Account active for smooth transaction; invalid information in related to Bank Account & IFSC code shall be summarily rejected.
The application form shall be made available in the respective schools from 3rd week of April through District Education Officer and the last date of submission of application form to the District Education Officer from the head of the institution is May 31. The last date of submission of application form both hard and soft data along with the application to the Directorate from the District Education officer is June 30.
The application form should not be sold at any level and no additional fee under any circumstances or for any reason shall be charged from the beneficiaries. (Page News Service)