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Minority Scholarship 2020 – Pre-Matric, Post-Matric, Merit-cum-Means Scholarship
MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS, Government of India.
|Short Description of the post||The Government of India is planning to distribute the Minority Scholarship India 2020 for Pre- Post Matric Courses. Students who are belonging to the Minority Communities and face economic problem to pay a fee for higher education they can don’t miss this golden opportunity and fill the Minority Scholarship Online Form 2020 accurately through the link which is mention at the bottom of the page.|
Minority Scholarship 2020
MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS, Government of India.
MOMA Scholarship 2020
Under MOMA Scholarship Bihar there are 3 types of scholarship that are described as under. Scholarships under the MOMA Scholarship gov are as follows:
- Pre-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
Initiated at the pre-matric level to support the study by minority students, the scholarship awards class 1 to 10 students up to Rs. 600 monthly. In order to be eligible for this pre-matric minority scholarship 2020, the family earnings of candidates must not exceed Rs. 1 Lakh and should not be less than 50% in the prior final examination.
- Post-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
Under the system of Post-Matric Scholarship, minority learners may apply for Ph.D. in class 11. The family revenue of the candidates must not exceed Rs. 2 Lakhs and their marks or equivalent grades should not be less than 50% in the prior final examination. This national minority scholarship’s chosen learners receive a scholarship quantity of up to Rs. 10,000 per year along with a maintenance quantity of up to Rs. 1200 per month.
- Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for Technical Courses CS and Professional
Under the MOMA system, the Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship is intended for learners wishing to pursue professional or technical classes at the graduate or graduate level. The chosen learners receive a scholarship quantity of up to Rs. 20,000 per year. The household earnings of the candidates must not exceed Rs. 2.5 Lakhs under this national minority scholarship. In addition, in order to qualify for this minority scholarship, candidates must have scored at least 50 percent marks in their previous final examination.
MOMA Scholarship 2020 Dates/Minority Scholarship Last Date 2020
MOMA Scholarship last date 2020 is as follows:
|Name of scholarships||MoMA scholarship form last date|
|Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme for Minorities||15 October 2020|
|Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme for Minorities||31 October 2020|
|Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for Professional and Technical Courses CS||31 October 2020|
MOMA Scholarship Schemes for Minorities
In the form of admission, course/tuition fees, and maintenance allowance, the learners chose for these minority scholarships receive economic support for the entire course. Students are provided the maintenance allowance in an academic year for a period of 10 months. The details of the MOMA Scholarship amount are outlined below.
|Class||Particulars||Minority Scholarship Amount|
|Class 6 to 10||Admission fee||Rs.500 per year subject to actuals (for day scholars and hospitals)|
|Class 6 to 10||Tuition fee||Rs.350 per month subject to actuals (for day scholars and hospitals)|
|Class 1 to 5||Maintenance allowance||Rs.100 per month (for day scholars)|
|Class 6 to 10||Maintenance allowance||Rs.600 per month (for hospitals) Rs. 100 per month (for day scholars)|
MOMA Post Metric Scholarships for Minorities
- For Class 11 and 12 – Admission and Tuition Fee must be an amount of INR 7000 per year subject to actuals (for both hostels and day scholars.
- For Technical and Vocational courses (Class 11 and 12 levels) – Admission & course/tuition fee must be an amount of INR 10,000 per year subject to actuals (for both hostels and day scholars).
- For UG and PG level – Admission & tuition fee must be an amount of INR 3,000 (for both hostellers and day scholars) per year subject to actuals.
- For Class 11 and 12 including both vocational and technical courses – The maintenance allowance must be an amount of INR 380 per month INR 230 per month (for day scholars). INR 230 per month (For day scholars).
- For UG & PG level (For technical courses and other Professional courses) – The maintenance allowance must be an amount of INR 570 per month INR 300 per month (for hostellers). INR 300 per month (For day scholars).
- For M.Phil. & Ph.D. – Maintenance allowance must be an amount of INR 1200 per month (For hostellers). INR 550 per month (For day scholars)
MOMA Scholarship Eligibility CriteriaTo apply for national minority scholarships, learners belonging to minority groups must study transparently in India in a state or private institution chosen and notified by the State / Union Territory Administration involved. The details of the requirements for eligibility are outlined below.Pre-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
- Educational Qualification: Students are required to study in class 1 to 10. Students must have scored in the previous final exam have marks of at least 50 percent.
- Family Income: The annual family income must not exceed INR 1 Lakh.
- Educational Qualification: Class 11 and 12 students are eligible under this system. Students who have been admitted to technical and vocational training courses at NCVT-affiliated ITI / Industrial Training Centers (classes 11 and 12) may also apply.
- Family Income: The annual family income must not be more than INR 2 Lakhs.
- Educational Qualification: Students who have been admitted at the graduate or postgraduate level to technical/professional classes are qualified to apply. In the previous final examination, students must have obtained not less than 50 percent marks.
- Family Income: The annual family income must not be more than INR 2.5 Lakhs from all sources.
Documents Required for Moma Scholarship
- Applicant’s passport size photo
- Parent/Guardian’s income certificate issued by a competent authority
- Community certificate attested by parent/guardian or self-attested in case the applicant is 18 years old
- Self-attested certificate of previous qualifying exam/board mark sheet
- Bank details and Aadhaar Card for identification purpose
- Residential/Domicile certificate
MOMA Scholarship Application ProcedureThe last date of MOMA Scholarship 2020 is in the month of October 2020. You can apply online through the National Scholarship Portal (NSP) if you are eligible for any of these minority scholarships. Follow the measures below to fill out the application form for a minority scholarship.
- First, by giving the right data, the fresh candidates must register as a new customer on the NSP Portal.
- It is recommended to maintain all the required records with the candidates while applying for their required system of scholarship.
- In filling out the registration form, candidates are needed to provide data about their academic skills, Aadhaar number, school/college enrolment number, bank details, and the state of home.
- The application ID of the candidates is produced based on their state of residence. This application ID is also used on the NSP Portal as the’ MOMA Scholarship Login ID’ and future references.
- The applicants must also pick the appropriate category of scholarship under which they apply. For example, when filling out the form, an applicant studying in class 1 to 10 must select the pre-matric scheme.
- Details such as the name of the applicant, date of birth, email ID, details of identification, and mobile number must be thoroughly filled out.
- After the registration form has been completed, an OTP is produced using which the applicant must log in and fill out the application form for the scholarship. Applicants must upload the document they need.
MOMA Scholarship – Instructions About Bank Details
- The candidates must pick closely from the drop-down list the name of their bank/branch.
- It is recommended that students first get their bank account number and IFS code checked by their bank branch involved and then provide the right account number when applying for MOMA scholarships.
- The scholarship will be canceled in case of the wrong account amount.
- Students are required to verify their’ Know Your Customer’ (KYC) MOMA Scholarship status Check. If necessary, they must get it done in their account for the effective disbursement of the sum of the scholarship.
- The bank account has to be in the applicant’s name.
- The Ministry of Minority Affairs will not be liable for transaction failure.
MOMA Scholarship Terms and ConditionsThe candidates must adhere to a few terms and conditions when applying for these minority scholarships. Some of the’ details are outlined below.
- Thirty percent of the scholarships are reserved for girls from each minority group in a State / UT. In case of a shortage of female candidates, the scholarships may be transferred to the male candidates of the same community.
- The scholarship intended for minorities would receive no more than two learners from a family.
- Students must attend the class on a regular basis.
- In the event of any breach by the student of the discipline of the institute/school or of any circumstances of the scholarship, the scholarship may be canceled or suspended.
- To acquire a scholarship, the applicants must not provide any incorrect data as it would lead to the cancelation of the scholarship. If the scholarship amount has been paid to the applicant, it will be recovered by the State / UT government concerned.
- Through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT), applicants obtain their scholarship quantity straight into their bank account.
- Candidates can not take advantage of any other system of scholarships if they obtain advantages from the system of MOMA scholarships.
Students applying for a scholarship for the first time (Fresh Students) need to “Register” on the portal as a fresh applicant by providing accurate and authenticated information as printed on their documents in the “Student Registration Form”.
The registration form is required to be filled by parents/guardians of students who are below the age of 18 years on the date of registration.
Before initiating registration process, students / Parents/guardian are advised to keep the following documents handy:
- 1. Educational documents of student
- 2. Student’s Bank account number and IFSC code of the bank branch
Note: For the pre-matric scholarship scheme, where students do not have their own bank account, parents can provide their own account details. However, parents’ account numbers can only be used against scholarship applications for a maximum of two children.
- 3. Aadhaar number of the Student
- 4. If Aadhaar is not available, then Bonafide student certificate from Institute / School and
- 5. Aadhaar Enrolment ID or Scanned copy of Bank passbook
- 6. If Institute/School is different from the domicile state of the applicant, then Bonafide student certificate from Institute / School.
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