CBSE that is Central Board of Secondary Education has posted a notification on its official website regarding the scholarship for the female students. All the girls who secured 60% marks in the X examination this year are stated to be eligible for the scholarship. This notification popped up on the official CBSE website.
CBSE Scholarship for the Female Students
CBSE has updated the good news for all the female students who secured the 60% marks that is 6.2 CGPA can now apply for the scholarship. This scholarship will be issued to the female candidates who are studying in schools that are affiliated with the CBSE. This notification also includes all the terms and conditions. This scholarship will be applicable for the students who are studying in the schools with the tuition fees, not more than Rs. 1,500 per month.
According to the official notifications of the CBSE, the NRI that is Non-Resident Indians can also apply. Under the terms and condition, it also stated that the scholarship will be applicable only if the tuition fees of the NRI candidate does not exceed Rs. 6,000.
How to Apply For CBSE Scholarship?
All the eligible female students as per the norms decided by the CBSE can apply for the scholarship online before 30th November. For applying, students need to key in their roll number and certificate number online. Also, students are required to take a print of the same and post it to the Scholarship unit of the CBSE. The scholarship form for this scholarship will be available until 15th November.
The Last date for submitting the scholarship form is 30th November 2017.
Eligibility for CBSE Scholarship
CBSE has announced that it is offering scholarships to the female students who have scored 60% marks in X class examinations. All the female candidates who are studying in the CBSE affiliated schools with tuition fee not more than Rs. 1,500 are counted among the eligible students for CBSE scholarship. The NRI students can also apply for the scholarship by 30th November. In case you are an NRI, the student should be studying in a school with tuition fee not more than Rs. 6,000.
Source – Indian Express