New Delhi: Maulana Azad Education Foundation has invited applications for the grant of scholarship to minority community students enrolled in 11th and 12th std classes (variously called PUC or Plus Two in different states). The scholarship will be to the tune of Rs. 6,000 for each of the two year course. Students who have enrolled for PUC Ist year and secured at least 55% marks in 10th std (SSLC Board exam) will be eligible to apply. The students can register online between October 1 to November 15th, 2016. The scholarships are based strictly on the marks obtained in 10th std and according to quota designated for each state. The forms can be downloaded from www.maef.nic.in for filling online applications and for viewing terms and conditions. Filled in application can be submitted by registered post to The Secretary, Maulana Azad Education Foundation, Maulana Azad Campus, Chlmsford Road, Opposite New Delhi Railway Station, (Paharganj side), New Delhi-110055. Scholarship amount is directly sent to the bank account of the successful applicant by the Direct Benefit Transfer. Last date for receiving application is November 30, 2016. The students who have already submitted their application offline or Online are required to resubmit their application, as per revised online format.
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