Scholarships for Engineering Students in India 2018 – ST, SC, OBC, Gen

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As everybody knows that the engineering students are very crucial to the development of society and nation. In such scenario, if financial obstacles restrict their education that’s not virtuous.

 

To support them in continuing their career journey, various universities and organizations provide several fruitful scholarships for engineering students.

 

These scholarships in India for engineering students are based on students’ merits, previous standard’s scores and their families’ annual income.

 

For easing out your searches, we have come up with an ultimate list of ‘Top Scholarships for Engineering Students’ wrapped in this blog. Check out below!

 

 

 

 

Top 23 Engineering Scholarships 2018 | Eligibility Criteria & Stipend Amount

 

 

Engineering is a popular, diverse and valuable college major. Unfortunately, those pursuing an engineering degree frequently need financial assistance to pay for their college fees.

 

There are some organizations who come to help for those students who are financially weak. Some of them, we have listed below!

 

 

 

1. Ratan Tata Scholarship for Engineering Students

 

Tata Education and Development Trust – a philanthropic affiliate of India’s Tata Group provides this fellowship named as Ratan Tata Scholarship for Engineering Students.

 

A $25 million endowment has been established that will allow Cornell to provide financial aid to undergraduate students from India by the Tata Group.

 

Tata Fellowship Fund will support approximately 20 scholars at any given time and will ensure that the very best Indian students can have access to Cornell, regardless of their financial circumstances. The scholarship for btech students will be awarded annually and the recipients will receive it duration of their undergraduate studies at Cornell.

 

 

To avail it, the student must –

 

 Be a citizen of India and have attended secondary school in India

 

 Be offered admission to Cornell as an undergraduate student

 

 Be eligible for need-based financial aid.

 

 

 

2. Indian Oil Corporation Scholarships (IOCL)  

 

Indian Oil Corporation Limited provides scholarship in India for engineering students.

 

The candidates who secured admission in 1st year of full time engineering course in any UGC Approved University and whose family income is below INR 1,00,000 per annum, are eligible for the IOCL Scholarship.

 

Amount – INR 2000 per month.

 

Total Seat – 100

 

 

 

3. Merit Cum Means Based Scholarships

 

The Ministry of Minority Affairs offers this fellowship to the students who want to pursue Engineering.

 

To avail the benefits of it, the candidates should belong to any of the minority communities including Sikhs, Christians, Muslims, Jains, Parsis etc.

 

As per the eligibility criteria, such aspirants’ family income must be below INR 2,50,000 per annum.

 

Amount – INR 10,000 per year in addition to course fee.

 

 

 

4. NTPC Scholarship Scheme

 

To benefit ST, SC & PWD Candidates, NTPC bestows the financial support in the form of Scholarship for 2nd Year Engineering Students.

 

To be considered eligible for the NTPC scholarship, candidate must be pursuing full time graduation course in any Engineering Branch.

 

Amount – INR 1500 per month. It is paid from the second year of the degree.

 

 

 

5. VIT University Ignite Scholarships

 

One of the India’s top universities VIT, offers this scholarship to the engineering students.

 

Only those people who have gained admission in VIT University will be considered for the Ignite Scholarship.

 

Amount – It will cover the tuition fee of the entire four years of the engineering course.

 

Total Seats – 200

 

 

 

6. Central Sector Scholarship Scheme for College and University Students

 

The Central Government & Ministry of Human Resources Development (Department of Higher Education) introduced a fellowship named as Central Sector Scholarship Scheme which is provided to the graduate and post graduate students.

 

The scholarship for engineering students by Central Government is eligible for only the ones who have scored minimum 80% in class 12.

 

Amount – INR 1000 is paid to each student per month for 10 months in an academic year.

 

Total Seats – 82000

 

 

 

 

7. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Fellowship

 

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Fellowship is a Government Scholarship For Btech Students which is offered by the Department of Science and Technology & Government of India. The Students belonging to Science, Medicine and Engineering Field can avail it if fulfilling the below criteria.

 

The candidates must have secured minimum 60% (50% for SC/ST) in 10th and 12th Standards may apply for this.

 

Amount – INR 4000 to INR 7000 per month is awarded.

 

 

 

8. North South Foundation Scholarships

 

This fellowship is provided by North South Foundation to the students who’re pursuing professional courses in Engineering & Medical Fields.

 

Candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 65000 per annum.

 

Amount – INR 5000 – 15000 per year during the entire course.

 

 

 

9. ONGC Scholarship for SC/ST Students

 

This fellowship is awarded by the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited for SC/ST students pursuing professional courses like Engineering and Medical.

 

Candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 4.5 Lacs per annum.

 

Amount – INR 1500 per month for 4 years.

 

Total Seats – 247 engineering scholarships

 

 

 

10. Panasonic Scholarship

 

It is a scholarship for btech students 1st year who are BPL Card holders or are not able to pay for their studies in IITs.

 

Amount – INR 42500 per year for 4 consecutive years as grant to cover students’ tuition fee.

 

 

 

11. Siemens Scholarship

 

It is a scholarship for btech students 1st year in IITs & NITs. Candidate’s family income must be below 2 Lacs per annum.

 

Students are awarded with Siemens Scholarship throughout four years of BTech.

 

 

 

12. LIC Golden Jubilee Scholarship

 

LIC Golden Jubilee Fellowship is provided to the meritorious candidates who’re pursuing graduation in any stream by LIC from any government or private colleges.

 

To avail this Government Scholarship for Btech Students, the candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 1 Lac per annum.

 

Amount – INR 10000 per year for 4 years.

 

 

 

13. Foundation for Excellence Scholarship

 

This Fellowship is offered by the Foundation for Excellence, Bangalore for the meritorious candidates who’re pursuing B.E./B.Tech and MBBS.

 

The candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 1,80,000 per annum.

 

 

 

14. FAEA BHEL Scholarship

 

FAEA BHEL Fellowship is offered by BHEL for the candidates who’re pursuing graduation and are from Socially and Economically weaker backgrounds in BPL category.

 

Amount – It covers tuition fee, maintenance fee, books allowance, travel allowance, clothing allowance and miscellaneous allowance.

 

 

 

15. Swami Vivekananda Merit Cum Means Scholarship

 

Swami Vivekananda Fellowship is offered by the Government of West Bengal for the meritorious candidates who have gained admission in first year of Engineering.

 

The candidate’s family income must be less than INR 2,50,000.

 

Amount – INR 1000 – 5000 per month during the entire course.

 

 

 

16. IET India Scholarship

 

IET India Scholarship is a fellowship for 2nd & 3rd year engineering students in India provided by IET.

 

To get it candidates will go through the various selection rounds included an online test.

 

Amount – Total INR 8 Lacs which will be distributed to the selected candidates.

 

 

 

17. NEST Scholarship

 

NEST fellowship is provided by SUFI (NGO) and SEMCI for 3rd year and 4th year engineering candidates. Candidates would be selected through the online test.

 

Amount – INR 35,000 will be provided and fellowship of INR 75,000 will be given to the topper of the first rank holder.

 

 

 

18. Aditya Birla Scholarship

 

It is provided by the Aditya Birla Group for the people who’re pursuing their educational degree from IITs, IIMs, BITS Pilani and Law colleges of India.

 

Amount – It covers the academic fees as well as hostel fee throughout the complete course duration.

 

 

 

19. GE Foundation Scholarship

 

GE Foundation Fellowship program is administrated by the Institute of International Education on behalf of GE Foundation. It is scholarships for 2nd year engineering students of MIT Manipal, VIT University Vellore, IIT Gandhinagar, BITS Pilani and Tezpur University Assam.

 

Amount – Selected candidates will be awarded an engineering scholarship of INR 1,38,000 per year for 3rd year and 4th year of their graduation degrees.

 

 

 

20. Samsung Star Scholarship

 

This fellowship program is offered by the Samsung Electronics Private Limited for the Indian candidates who’re pursuing their 1st year of undergraduate engineering course.

 

The duration of engineering scholarship is one year which will be extended to three or four years based on the rules applicable.

 

Amount – It covers tuition fee, hostel fee and mess charges of the selected candidates.

 

 

 

21. Cargill Global Scholar Programs

 

It is scholarship for engineering students 2018 provided in the selected Engineering Colleges such as – IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, DTU, NIT Tiruchirappalli and BIT Mesra.

 

Amount – INR 1,38,000 per year for 3rd & 4th year of candidates’ undergraduate course.

 

 

 

22. Pragati Scholarship

 

This is a AICTE scholarship for engineering students provided by central government. Contingency is awarded to meritorious girls taking admission in AICTE approved Technical institution at Degree/ Diploma.

 

Amount – INR 30000 as tuition fee reimbursement and INR 20000 as incidentals each year.

 

Total Seats – 4000

 

 

 

23. Saksham Scholarship

 

This is a AICTE scholarship for engineering students provided by central government.  Contingency is awarded to differently abled students taking admission in AICTE approved Technical institution at Degree/ Diploma.

 

Amount – INR 30000 as tuition fee reimbursement and INR 20000 as incidentals each year.

 

Total Seats – 1000

 

 

 

Candidates who wants to pursue engineering courses have to know about all these fellowships which slightly help them to get education easily.

 

Along with these scholarships Indian Institutes of Technologies also provide various scholarships for the engineering students who have gained admission in IITs.

 

To help for candidates here we have come up with the details of these scholarships.

 

 

 

 

Scholarships for Engineering Students in IITs

 

 

The fee structure of the leading Indian Institutes of Technologies will surely be putting some extra burden on the students who are admitted in IITs. To give them some relief from this burden IITs offer various scholarships for BTech students.

 

 

 

IIT Roorkee

 

 

1. James Thomason Scholarship

 

It is provided for the candidates who have gained All India Rank up to 300 and 500 in JEE.

 

Amount – INR 25,000 per month for complete course.

 

To avail it, candidates need to secure minimum 8.00 CGPA in each academic year.

 

 

Scholarships Details Eligibility Criteria
100% tuition fee of SC/ST/PH students will be waived off SC/ST/PH
Full tuition fee will be waived off Family annual income must be less than 1 Lac.
For Gen and OBC students, pocket allowance of INR 250 per month will be provided for 10 months
2/3 part of tuition fee will be waived off for GEN and OBC students Family income must be between the range of 1 Lac to 5 Lac per annum

 

 

 

2. Trust Scholarships

 

 

Scholarship Eligibility Criteria Scholarship Amount
Air Cmdr Shyam Chand Mehra Scholarship A girl student who obtain highest CGPA in 1st year in B.Tech. Electrical Engg INR 10,000 p.a.
Air Cmdr Shyam Chand Mehra Scholarship A girl student who obtain highest CGPA in 2nd year in B.Tech. Electrical Engg INR 10,000 p.a.
Air Cmdr Shyam Chand Mehra Scholarship A girl student who obtain highest CGPA in 3rd year in B.Tech. Electrical Engg INR 15,000 p.a.
Air Cmdr Shyam Chand Mehra Scholarship A girl student who obtain highest CGPA in 4th year in B.Tech. Electrical Engg INR 15,000 p.a.
Om Prakash Gupta and Sushila Devi Memorial Scholarship A girl student who obtain highest marks/grade in mathematics in final examination INR 10,000 p.a.
EXCELLLENCE AWARD BY 1972BATCH OF CHEMICALENGINEERING Scholarship 2 students of chemical Engineering aftercompleting overall performance up to 3rd year including (innovative Mind, Total Highest Marks, Business IQ, Sports. INR 15,000 each p.a.
Prof. Dr. S.R. Gupta MemorialScholarship For the student of B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering)Weaker Section whose CGPA & Income as perInstitute rule applicable for MCM scholarship and no involvement in acts of Indiscipline INR 25000 tenablefor Ten Months
IIT Alumni Association UK fund For 2nd and 3rd year students whose parental income must not exceed from 4.5 lacs annually. Incumbent should have earned CGPA more than 6.5. Two cash Scholarship of the value of INR11000 each
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Civil-1st year 2 Nos. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Mech.-1st year 1 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Civil -2nd year 2 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Mech.- 2nd year 1 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Civil -3rd year2 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Mech.-3rd year1 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Civil -4th year 2 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Jai Prakash Seva Sansthan Scholarship B.Tech. Mech.-4th year 1 No. INR 2000 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Sudhir Kumar Mittal Scholarship B.Tech. (P & P) all year 1 No. INR 1540 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Naveen & Anu Jain Scholarship B.Tech. P & I Engg. 1st year (Parents income should be less than 2 lacs p.a.)    1 No. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
IITR Alumni Association Scholarship B.Tech. all years all branches 1 No. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
R.D. Verma Memorial Scholarship B.Tech. (Civil) all years 1 No. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Nawal Kishore Mehra Scholarship All B.Tech./B.Arch. class 1 No. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Dewan Chand Bewtra Scholarship B.Tech. any Branch & any year 1 No. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Seema Jain Scholarship 2nd year girl student having on highest CGPA among girl students of M.Sc. 1st year Chemistry 1000 p.m. for 10 months
1940 batch Alumni Scholarship A student of B.Tech. (Civil Engg) I year, on the basis of highest rank in JEE admitted at the institute in B.Tech. Civil 1st year INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Smt. Jai Mala Memorial Scholarship A girl student of B.Tech. 4th year on merit basis ofobtained highest CGPA at the end of 3rd year Exam. of all B.Tech. courses. INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Dr. H.P. Sinha Merit Scholarship A student of B.Tech. (Civil Engg.) 4th year on the basis of cumulative performance up to 3rd year INR 1000 p.m. tenable for Ten Months
Shri Kailash Chand Goyal Merit Scholarship A student of B.Tech. (E & CE), 4th year on the basis of cumulative performance from 1st year to III year. INR 2500 p.m. tenablefor Ten Months
Premprakash Gupta Scholarship A student of B.Tech. (Chemical Engg.) 4th year on the basis of cumulative performance of 3rd year Exam INR 1000 PM tenable for Ten Months
Shyam Lata Memorial Merit Scholarship A student of B.Tech. 4thyear on merit basis obtaining highest CGPA at the end of 3rd year Exam. of all B.Tech. courses 1000 PM tenable for Ten Months
Dr. Gorkh Prasad Memorial Trust Scholarship M.Sc. (Maths.) 1st year Student on the basis of result of Autumn Semester INR 1000 pm for 10 months
Dr. Gorkh Prasad Memorial TrustScholarship M.Sc. (Appl. Maths.) 2nd year on the basis of 1st year result INR 1000 pm for 10 months
Dr. Gorkh Prasad Memorial TrustScholarship M.Sc. (Ind. Maths. & Info.) 1st year on the basis of result of Autumn Semester INR 1000 pm for 10 months
Dr. Gorkh Prasad Memorial TrustScholarship M.Sc. (Ind. Maths. & Info.) 2nd year on the basis of 1st year result INR 1000 pm for 10 months

 

 

 

 

IIT Madras

 

IIT Madras offers total 23 scholarships for engineering students which we have mentioned here.

 

 

1. Institute Merit-cum Means Scholarship

 

This fellowship is available only for 25% of students whose family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000 p.a.

 

Amount – INR 1,000 p.m. plus exemption from payment of tuition fees per semester for candidates up to 2007 batch and INR 25,000 per semester from 2008 batch onwards. Candidates must gain minimum GPA 5.0. in previous semester for renewal.

 

 

 

2. Institute Free Studentship

 

It is available only for 10% of candidates whose family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000 p.a.

 

Amount – Exemption from payment of tuition fees INR 13,500 per semester for candidates up to 2007 batch and INR 25,000 per semester from 2008 batch onwards. Candidates must gain minimum GPA 5.0. in previous semester for renewal.

 

 

 

3. Institute Notional Prize

 

It is provided on the basis of candidates’ rank in JEE Advanced. Only 7% candidates whose parents’ annual income is less than INR 4,50,000 can avail it.

 

Amount – A national prize of INR 1000 (One-time award) and a certificate of merit.

 

 

 

4. Institute SC/ST Scholarship

 

As the name states, it is only awarded to SC/ST aspirants. To take advantage of this fellowship, aspirant’s family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000 p.a. Also, the candidates must have obtained minimum GPA 5.0. in previous semester for its renewal.

 

Amount – Mess allowance with pocket allowance of INR 250 p.m. and exemption of hostel seat rent. (Tuition fee is exempted for all SC/ST aspirants).

 

 

 

5. Girish Ready Scholarship

 

It is for B.tech aspirants whose rank in IIT JEE was highest and they match the criteria of parents’ annual income should be below INR 5,00,000.

 

One more fellowship is provided to the candidate whose previous school years’ performances were best among all and whose parents’ annual income is less than INR 5,00,000.

 

Amount – INR 25,000 per year and the renewal of fellowship in the subsequent years is subject to a minimum GPA of 8.0 in the previous semester.

 

Total Seats -2

 

 

 

6. Indian Women Association at Bonn Scholarship

 

Fellowship is provided based on the students’ JEE rank and parents annual income must less than INR 5,00,000.

 

Amount – INR 1,250 p.m. for 12 months only.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

7. Sri V Ranga Raju Memorial Scholarship

 

It is provided on the basis of Merit cum Means Scholarship. And parents’ annual income up to Rs.5 lakhs. When MCM being equal, preference will be given to aspirants from rural areas.

 

Amount – INR 500 p.m. for 4 years. Candidates must gain minimum GPA 5.0 in previous semester for renewal.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

8. Kanchi Kamakoti Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswathi Endowment Award

 

It is scholarship for btech students 1st year provided on the basis of Merit cum Means Scholarship. And parents’ annual income up to INR 5.5 lakhs.

 

Amount – One-time payment of INR 2,500

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

9. Prof. Narasimhan Fellowship

 

It is provided on the basis of academic performance in the previous year and aspirants of CS branch having highest CGPA of (3rd & 4th) and (5th & 6th) semesters are also eligible for that.

 

Amount – INR 500 p.m.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

10. M Sankaraiah and M Sarada (Mathigiri) Scholarship

 

Aspirants of Electrical Branch in B.Tech / Dual Degree are eligible for this fellowship based on the highest CGPA at the end of 4th semester.

 

Amount – INR 20,000 only for one time

 

 

 

11. Dr. K Vasanth Rau Scholarship

 

It is provided to aspirant if he/she matches the criteria of the parents’ annual income being up to INR 5,50,000.

 

Amount – INR 25,000 p.a. Candidates must gain minimum GPA 6.5 and above in previous semester for its renewal.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

12. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, GoI. Central Sector Scholarship for SC Students

 

It is provided for aspirants on the basis of JEE rank and whose parental annual income must not exceed INR 2 lacs.

 

Amount – Personal PC INR 45000 (one time); Living Expenses INR 2,200 p.m.; Books and Stationery INR 3,000 p.a.; Reimbursement of Fees.

 

Total Seats – 10

 

 

 

13. Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GoI – Central Sector Scholarship for ST Students

 

This fellowship is provided for aspirants on the basis of JEE rank and parental income not exceeding INR 2 lacs.

 

Amount – Personal PC INR 45000 (one time); Living Expenses INR 2,200 per month; Books and Stationery INR 3,000 per annum; Reimbursement of Fees. Aspirants have to pass in final examination of each year for its renewal.

 

Total Seats – 5

 

 

 

14. Ministry of Minority Affairs, GoI Merit-cum-Means Scholarship

 

Aspirants belonging to Minority communities such as Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parsis & Jains and whose parental income not exceeding INR 2.5 lakhs per annum are eligible for it. The State Government will sanction the fellowship amount and its 30% part reserved for girl aspirants.

 

Amount – Maintenance Expenses INR 10,000 per annum for hostellers and for day scholars INR 5,000- Reimbursement of course fee of INR 20,000 or the actual fees whichever is less. Candidates have to pass in final examination of each year for its renewal.

 

 

 

15. MHRD Scholarship for Single Girl Child

 

It is provided on the basis of Gol norms.

 

Amount – INR 40,000 per year.

 

 

 

16. Pratibha Scholarship of Govt. of Andhra Pradesh

 

It is provided for Andhra Pradesh based B.Tech aspirants who’ve secured minimum 60% marks in Intermediate / XII class or its equivalent with annual parental income not exceeding INR 1,00,000.

 

Amount – INR 20,000 per annum and renewable every year. Candidates should apply directly to AP Govt.

 

 

 

17. Aditya Birla Scholarship

 

The aspirants will be selected by the Aditya Birla Group based on the top 20 students in JEE Advanced.

 

Amount – INR 60,000 per annum and renewable every year based on Aditya Birla Group norms.

 

 

 

18. Inlaks Scholarship

 

This fellowship is provided for aspirant who have 9.0 & above CGPA at the end of 2nd semester selected by a committee.

 

Amount – 25,000 per semester for 4 years period.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

19. OP Jindal Engineering and Management Scholarships (OPJEMS)

 

Selection is done among top 20 students based on JEE rank. It is provided for the candidate who have gained highest CGPA among top 20 candidates.

 

Amount – INR 65,000 per annum for B.Tech aspirants.

 

 

 

20. ST Engineering Scholarships 2018

 

Fellowship is offered to B.Tech candidates of II, III & IV Year, Amongst top 10% aspirants of AE, CS, ME.

 

Amount – INR 80,000 p.a.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

21. Shipping Corporation of India Scholarship

It is provided for all SC / ST / BPL candidates of B.Tech Naval Architecture.

 

Amount – INR 48,000 per annum or full tuition fee / hostel charges.

 

 

 

22. TODAI Scholarship

 

It is offered to B.Tech aspirants of I, II, III & IV years amongst AE, EE & ME branch.

 

Amount – INR 2 Lacs Japanese yen (INR 1,12,000) per year.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

23. Nissan Scholarship (NISS)

 

It is offered to B.Tech / Dual Degree candidates of III & IV year.

 

Amount – INR 70,000 per annum

 

 

 

 

Engineering Scholarships 2018 – IIT Bombay

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means Scholarships

 

It is provided on the basis of JEE Advanced AIR. In subsequent years, the corresponding criterion will be students’ academic performances during the preceding academic year. Candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

Amount – Scholarship for BTech students is awarded INR 1000 per month with benefit of free tuition fee per semester to a maximum of 25% of sanctioned candidates throughout the degree.

 

 

 

2. Facilities of Free Messing

 

SC/ST students whose family income is not exceeded to INR 4,50,000 p.a. are eligible for it.

 

Amount – Candidates are exempted from the payment of tuition fees. The facilities of free messing (only basic menu), pocket allowance of 250 p.m. and exemption from payment of hostel room rent.

 

 

 

3. Named Scholarships

 

The Dean Alumni & Corporate Relations Office manages the named fellowship endowed by the alumni of the Institute and other well-wishers.

 

This fellowship is provided for new entrants of B.Tech based on their JEE Advanced AIR. In subsequent years, the corresponding criterion will be, their academic performance, i.e., Cumulative Performance Index (CPI), during the preceding academic year. Candidate’s family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

 

 

IIT Delhi – Engineering Scholarships 2018

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means Scholarships

 

This fellowship is permissible to about 25% of students based on their ranks in IIT JEE Exam and family income (below INR 4,50,000).

 

Amount – This is awarded Rs.1000 per month with benefit of free tuition fee per semester.

 

 

 

IIT Kanpur

 

 

1. Merit-cum-means scholarships

 

This fellowship is given by alumni of IIT Kanpur and student’s family income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

Amount – Most of the scholarships are at the rate of INR 2000 pm for a duration of 10 months. Few scholarships are of 3 years duration Normally, based on merit (minimum CPI should be 8.5).

 

Total Seats – 50

 

 

 

2. National Prizes for UG and PG Students

 

Every year, top 7% students of each batch are given national prizes include a certificate and cash prize of INR 400.

 

For the final year UGs, and MTech students the top 7% are chosen from each department.

 

These are merit based prizes and therefore the recipients must have a minimum CPI of 8.5.

 

 

 

3. Sports Scholarships and Prizes

 

This fellowship is provided for 20 students each year for their performance in the sports.

 

Winners of medals in Annual Inter IIT Sports Meet receive cash prizes of INR 1500, INR 1000, and INR 500 for winning the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals respectively.

 

Amount – INR 500 pm for nine months.

 

 

 

IIT Bhubaneswar  

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means Scholarships

 

It is permissible to about 25% of students, SC/ST students are not included in this.

 

Amount – The value of these fellowships shall be as determined by the Board of Governors from time to time. The tuition fee will be waived off with fellowship amount.

 

 

 

2. Financial Assistance for SC/ST Students

 

SC/ST students whose parental annual income must not exceed INR 4,50,000 are eligible for it.

 

 

 

IIT Kharagpur

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means Scholarships

 

It is permissible to about 25% of students, SC/ST students are not included in this.

 

Amount – The value of these scholarships shall be as determined by the Board of Governors from time to time. The tuition fee will be waived off with fellowship amount.

 

 

 

IIT Jodhpur

 

 

1. Merit-Cum-Means Scholarships

 

Students enrolled in B.Tech. Programs are provided Merit-cum-Means (MCM) fellowship each Academic Year. And student’s family income must not exceed INR 6,00,000 p.a.

 

Scholarship for Engineering Students General Category & OBC Category Students:

 

For the candidates in first year: Minimum 60% of aggregate marks in the 12th Class.

 

For the candidates in second year onwards: Minimum CPI is 6.5 and No F (Fail) grades in any of the courses (including Compulsory Physical Activity).

 

For SC & ST Category Students:

 

For the students in first year: Minimum 55% of aggregate marks in the 12th Class.

 

For the Students in second year onwards: No F (Fail) grades in any of the courses (including Compulsory Physical Activity – CPA).

 

Amount –

 

General & OBC scholarship for engineering students:

 

INR 1000/- per month, and

 

Free Tuition Fee (Free-ship).

 

Engineering Scholarship for SC & ST category students:

 

Free Dining (Dues of only basic menu),

 

Exemption from Hostel Seat Rent, and

 

Pocket allowance of INR 500 per month.

 

 

 

IIT Gandhinagar

 

 

1. Kandoi-Dairkee-Gaurav KDG Scholarship

 

This fellowship is instituted by three alumni of the Pioneer Batch (B.Tech. graduates of 2012) at IIT Gandhinagar :-  Mr. Abhishek Kandoi, Mr. Maisum Ali Dairkee and Mr. Anchit Gaurav.

 

The 2nd & 3rd year students are awarded with it who participate in non-academic programs of institute as well as academic activities and show their trajectory towards all rounded growth.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.0 and their family income are not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The amount is INR 5,000 per month for ten months.

 

 

 

2. Mahabir Prasad Sultania Scholarship & Durga Devi Sultania Scholarship

 

These fellowships have been instituted by Mr. Deepak Sultania for awarding MCM scholarships to undergraduate students every year.

 

Students should secure minimum CPI 6.5 (except first year) and their family income should not be more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The amount is INR 5,000 per month for ten months.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

3. Niteen P. Sant Scholarship

 

Niteen P. Sant Fellowship was instituted by Mr. Gaurav N Sant in the year 2014.

 

Students of second year of Civil Engineering or Materials Science & Engineering with minimum CPI 6.5 and whose family income are not more than 4,50,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – Candidate will receive it of INR 20,000 for that academic year.

 

 

 

4. Amalthea Scholarship

 

It was started in the year 2016, provided to graduate student who was starting in 2016-17. The number of scholars must be increase by one every year till it reaches four fellowships every year.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 and whose family income are not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The amount is INR 5,000 per month for ten months.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

5. Lalita J Shah & Jayantilal B Shah Scholarship

 

It was instituted by Mr. Rajendra Shah in the year 2016 for awarding MCM scholarships to UG students every year.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 (except first year) and whose family income are not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The amount is INR 2,000 per month for ten months.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

6. P. K. Kelkar Scholarship

 

It was started in the year 2016 with the objective of awarding an MCM scholarship to undergraduate students every year.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 (except first year) and whose family income are not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

7. Sri Temasek@IIT Gandhinagar Scholarship

 

Sri Temasek@IIT Gandhinagar Scholarship was instituted by a well-wisher from Singapore in the year 2016. The objective of this fellowship was to award an MCM scholarship to undergraduate students every year (open for second, third and fourth year students).

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 (except first year) and whose family income are not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

8. Satyaram Scholarships

 

It was instituted by the former Indian Cricketer and philanthropist V. V. S. Laxman in the year 2016.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 (except first year) and whose family annual income are not more than INR 3,00,000 are eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of Scholarship will be awarded INR 10,000 per month for ten months.

 

 

 

9. Prof. M H Divekar Scholarship

 

This fellowship was started by Mrs. Mugdha Mukund Divekar in the year 2014 and is open for the third year’s undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering.

 

Student who will be secured the highest grade in Chemical Engineering course at the end of third year, eligible for the scholarship.

 

Amount – The recipient of Scholarship will be awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months.

 

 

 

10. S.C. Mehrotra’s Scholarship

 

This scholarship was instituted in the year 2010 and is open to the second year UG students of Civil Engineering. It continues through-out the six semesters of the course (from 3rd semester to 8th Semester of UG Program).

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 and whose family income are not more than INR 4,50,000 p.a. are eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 1,500 per month for ten months.

 

 

 

11. Chandrakant and Patricia Desai Scholarship

 

The Chandrakant and Patricia Desai Scholarship was started in the year 2017 and this scholarships for 2nd year engineering students of Civil Branch only.

 

This Merit-cum-Means scholarship is awarded every year to one student.    Student with minimum CPI of 6.5 and whose family income is not more than INR 8,00,000 p.a., is eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 5,000 per month for ten months of the academic year.

 

 

 

12. Prof. KV Venkatesha Murthy Scholarship

 

This scholarship was started in the year 2017 and is open to all UG students of Electrical Engineering. This Merit-cum-Means scholarship is awarded every year to one student.

 

Students with minimum CPI of 6.5 and whose family annual income are not more than INR 8,00,000 are eligible.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 5,000 per month for ten months of the academic year.

 

 

 

13. Dr. JL Nayyar Scholarship

 

This scholarship was instituted by Mr. Mohinder L. Nayyar in the year 2017 and is open to all fourth year UG students of IIT Gandhinagar. This MCM Scholarship is awarded every year to student who has demonstrated exemplary oral & written communication and presentation skills during the first three years of stay.

 

Students should have minimum CPI 6.5 and whose family annual income must not exceed INR 8,00,000.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 5,000 per month for ten months of the academic year.

 

Total Seats – 1

 

 

 

14. Scholarship for Academic Excellence

 

Each of the students who secure the highest CPI in their respective disciplines will be awarded by this scholarship.

 

Amount – The recipient of fellowship will be awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months. If the awardee is also recipient of another scholarship of equal and higher value, then he/she is awarded only one-time receipt of INR 5000.

 

 

 

15. Scholarship for Excellence in Sports and Games

 

To encourage excellence in sports and games, scholarships are awarded for students of second, third and fourth year of UG program every year.

 

Amount – Each recipient is awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months. If the awardee is also recipient of another scholarship of equal and higher value, then he/she is awarded only one-time receipt of INR 5000.

 

Total Seats – 6

 

 

 

16. Scholarship for Excellence in Arts & Culture

 

To promote excellence in arts and cultural activities, every year scholarships are provided to UG students of second, third and fourth year.

 

Amount – Each recipient is awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months. If the awardee is also recipient of another scholarship of equal and higher value, then he/she is awarded only one-time receipt of INR 5000.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

17. Scholarship for Excellence in Social Work and Leadership

To encourage students who demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and social outreach initiatives, the scholarship was introduced.

 

Students in second, third and fourth year of their undergraduate program can apply.

 

Amount – Each recipient is awarded INR 2,000 per month for ten months. If the awardee is also recipient of another scholarship of equal and higher value, then he/she is awarded only one-time receipt of INR 5000.

 

Total Seats – 2

 

 

 

18. Tuition Fee Waiver for Undergraduate Students Admitted in and after 2016

 

The new financial assistance scheme was instituted for the undergraduate students who joined the institute in 2016 or thereafter –

 

The SC/ST/PH students shall get complete fee waiver

 

The most economically backward students (whose family income is less than INR 1,00,000 p.a.) shall get full remission of the fee.

 

The other economically backward students (whose family income is between INR 1,00,000 to INR 5,00,000 p.a.) shall get remission of 2/3rd of the tuition fee.

 

Students whose annual family income is less than INR 9,00,000 shall have access to interest free loan under the Vidyalaxmi scheme for the total portion of the tuition fee payable.

 

 

 

19. TATA Motors Financial Aid Program (TMFAP)

 

The TMFAP was introduced in the year 2016 at IITGN for all the undergraduate students. The main objective of this fellowship is to provide financial assistance to students from economically weaker background.

 

Students, obtain a minimum CPI of 6.0 (Except 1st Year) and whose annual family income is not more than INR 6,50,000/- in non-metro cities and INR 7,50,000/- in metro cities.

 

 

 

IIT Guwahati

 

 

1. Institute Merit Scholarship (IMS)

 

IMS is provided for class wise topper of B.Tech./B.Des./M.Sc./M.A. of Institutes and is awarded from 2nd year.

 

The student has to complete each semester without any break to get scholarship throughout the complete course.

 

The student should have cleared all the courses of the concerned semesters in the first available chance.

 

The student should have secured the highest yearly performance index (YPI) in the semesters taken for reckoning.

 

The student should not have been awarded any major disciplinary action imposed by the institute disciplinary committee (IDC).

 

Amount – Student will be awarded with a fixed stipend per month for two semesters (August-November & January-April totaling 8 months) of INR 500 per month.

 

 

 

2. Institute Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship

 

MCM scholarship is awarded to non SC/ST students in B.Tech./B.Des/M.Sc/MA of the institute strictly on merit-cum-means basis.

 

Student’s family annual income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

Students are not considered for MCM scholarships if they have passed their +2 examinations from schools with annual tuition fee of more than INR 30,000 p.a.

 

All students of 1st year are eligible for the scholarship. However minimum CPI 6.0 is mandatory for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students.

 

Amount – Student will be awarded with a fixed stipend per month for two semesters (August-November & January-April total 8 months) of INR 1000 per month.

 

 

 

3. SC-ST Scholarships

 

SC-ST Scholarship is awarded to SC-ST students on means basis. Student’s who’re going to avail this scholarship, their family annual income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

Students are not considered for scholarships if they have passed their +2 examinations from schools with annual tuition fee of more than INR 30,000 p.a.

 

All B.Tech students are eligible to apply.

 

Amount –

 

Student will be awarded with a fixed stipend per month for two semesters (August-November & January-April total 8 months) of INR 250 per month.

 

Free messing (only for the basic menu)

 

Exemption from hostel room rent

 

Tuition fees are waived for all SC/ST students by the statues irrespective of availing SC-ST fellowship or not.

 

 

 

4. Indian Women’s Association, Bonn (IWAB) Scholarship

 

IWAB scholarship is for undergraduate girl students on an endowment from the Indian Women’s Association, Bonn. Student with minimum SPI 7.0 in 1st semester eligible for the scholarship.

 

Based on the consideration of both merit and means the Scholarship Committee is made final recommendation. A recipient of MCM Scholarship during the same academic period may not be awarded IWAB scholarship.

 

Amount – Student will be awarded INR 15,000 for one time.

 

 

 

IIT Mandi

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship for Engineering Students General Category & OBC Category

 

MCM Scholarship is provided for a maximum of 25% of the enrolled General & OBC students in the UG program whose parental annual income must not exceed INR 4,50,000.

 

Students CGPA must not less than 6.0.

 

Earned credits should not be less than the 18 times the number of semesters registered for. This scholarship is not applicable for 1st year students.

 

Students must obtain minimum 6.0 SGPA in the previous semester.

 

Candidate should not have been penalized due to unfair means/indiscipline.

 

Amount – Student will be awarded INR 1000 p.m. and would be exempted from paying the tuition fee.

 

 

 

2. Scholarship for SC/ST Students

 

This fellowship admissible to SC/ST students whose parental annual income must not exceed the limit prescribed by the Government. At present, this limit is INR 4,50,000 /- p.a.

 

Amount – Students will be awarded with 1000 /- p.m. or free messing and 250 /- p.m. for pocket allowance.

 

 

 

3. Central Sector Scholarship for SC Students

 

It is provided for 1st & 2nd year students whose parental annual income must not exceed 4,50,000 p.a. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment Govt of India offer this scholarship.

 

Amount – It covers full tuition fee and non-refundable charges, living expenses INR 2220 p.m. per student, books and stationery INR 3000 p.a. per student, a latest computer with accessories limited to INR 45,000 per students as one-time assistance during the course.

 

 

 

IIT Hyderabad

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship

 

MCM Scholarship is provided for a maximum of 25% of the enrolled General & OBC students in the UG program. Parental income must not exceed INR 5,00,000 p.a. for Gen students and INR 6,00,000 p.a. for OBC students. Students must obtain minimum 6.0 CGPA.

 

Amount – The other economically backward students (whose family income is between INR 1 lac to INR 5 lacs p.a.) who avail 2/3rd remission of the tuition fee will be eligible for 1/3rd reimbursement of tuition fee per semester + pocket money of INR 1000/- per month.

 

 

 

2. Scholarship for SC/ST Students

 

All SC/ST students whose parental annual income are not less than INR 4,50,000 are eligible for the fellowship. Students must obtain minimum CGPA 6.0.

 

Amount – Free messing and boarding (to the extent collected), pocket allowance of INR 250 p.m. being given.

 

 

 

3. Free Studentship Scholarship

 

Total 10% of the students are proposed for the grant of Free Studentship whose parental annual income must not exceed INR 5,00,000 for Gen Students and INR 6,00,000 for OBC Students. Candidates must obtain minimum CGPA 6.0.

 

The other economically backward students (whose family income are between INR 1,00,000 to INR 5,00,000 per annum) who avail 2/3rd remission of the tuition fee will be eligible for 1/3rd reimbursement of tuition fee per semester.

 

 

 

IIT Bhilai

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship

 

MCM Scholarship is provided for a maximum of 25% of the enrolled General & OBC students in the UG program. Parental income not to exceed INR 5 Lacs for Gen students and INR 6 Lacs for OBC students. Students must obtain minimum 6.0 CGPA.

 

Amount – The other economically backward students (whose family income are between INR 1,00,000 to INR 5,00,000 per annum) who avail 2/3rd remission of the tuition fee will be eligible for 1/3rd reimbursement of tuition fee per semester + pocket money of INR 1000 p.m.

 

 

 

2. Scholarship for SC/ST Students

 

All SC/ST students whose parental annual income must be less than INR 4,50,000 are eligible for the scholarship. Students must obtain minimum CGPA 6.0.

 

Amount – Free messing and boarding (to the extent collected), pocket allowance of INR 250/- p.m. being given.

 

 

 

3. Free Studentship Scholarship

 

10% of the students are proposed for grant of Free Studentship whose parental annual income not to exceed INR 5 Lacs for Gen Students and INR 6 Lacs for OBC Students. Candidates must obtain minimum CGPA 6.0.

 

The other economically backward students (whose family income are between INR 1,00,000 to INR 5,00,000 per annum) who avail 2/3rd remission of the tuition fee will be eligible for 1/3rd reimbursement of tuition fee per semester.

 

 

 

4. Central Sector Scholarship for SC Students

 

It is provided for 1st & 2nd year students whose parental annual income are not more than 4,50,000. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment Govt of India offers this fellowship.

 

Amount – Scholarship covers full tuition fee and non-refundable charges, living expenses INR 2220 p.m. per student, books and stationery INR 3000 p.a. per student, a latest computer with accessories limited to INR 45,000 per students as one-time assistance during the course.

 

 

 

IIT Tirupati

 

 

1. Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship

 

MCM fellowship are awarded for 25% of students admitted whose parental annual income are not more than INR 4,50,000. Candidates must obtain minimum GPA 5.0 for renewal of scholarship.

 

Amount – Exemption from the payment of tuition fees, irrespective parental income and performance and allowance of INR 1000 per month.

 

 

 

2. Free Studentship

 

Total 10% of the students are proposed for Free Studentship whose parental annual income are not more than INR 4,50,000. Candidates must obtain minimum GPA of 5.

 

Amount – Exemption from the payment of tuition fees, irrespective parental income and performance.

 

 

 

3. SC/ST Scholarship

 

SC/ST fellowship awarded to SC/ST students whose parental income are less than INR 4,50,000. Candidates must obtain minimum GPA of 5.

 

Amount – It covers exemption from the payment of tuition fees, irrespective parental income and performance, Free Messing, pocket allowance of INR 250 per month and hostel rent waiver.

 

Indeed, IITs and many other organizations do a lot of efforts to reduce the financial burden from the students to gain higher education. The only need is candidates have to aware from all of these scholarships in India for engineering students. By reading this blog students can get complete details about the scholarships.

 

Suggested Reads:-

 

Engineering Colleges in India

 

 Engineering Exams in India

 

Career after 10th & 12th PCM

 

JEE Main & Advanced Career Scopes

 

 

 

In this article, we tried to cover all the scholarship details which are provided by the IITs and other many organizations. If you have any queries, drop it in the comment box provided below.

 

 

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