100 Himachal Pradesh students will receive Rs 1 lakh each for coaching: The Tribune India


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Bhanu P Lhumi

Tribune press service

Shimla, December 13

The government of Himachal Pradesh is reportedly providing one hundred deserving students with financial assistance of up to Rs 1 lakh to continue their education for admission to prestigious higher education institutes under the ‘Swaran Jayanti Super- 100 ”for the 2021-22 academic session.

The government has asked all Deputy Heads of Higher Education to send the names of the students ranking in the top 3,000 on the Class X Merit List of the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education. The deadline to apply for a grant is December 31st.

Only students in classes XI and XII of state public schools can apply for the program, which aims to help students secure a place in the best institutes of medicine, engineering, management or technology in the world. information or NDA. Any student moving from a public school to a private school would be required to return the amount, sources said.

The candidate must be a true resident of Himachal and will be free to choose the coaching institute of their choice, provided that the center has five years of experience in the field. A minimum of 75 percent attendance will be mandatory at the coaching institute and students will be required to submit a monthly attendance certificate at their schools.

The grant cannot be spent on electronic gadgets such as cell phones, laptops, etc. Initially, Rs 30,000 would be paid by direct bank transfer, for which a certificate of use would have to be submitted, officials said.

Who are all eligible

  • Upper secondary students who completed class X of public schools
  • They must be in the top 3,000 on the HP School Board Merit List
  • The grant can only be spent on coaching costs, internet data and study materials
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