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GURU GOBIND SINGH KHALSA COLLEGE SARHALI, TARN TARAN (PUNJAB) INDIA 143 410
College Helpline: 95017 46500, 94179 56567, 95019 44119, 94179 36759
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SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES AND WELFARE MEASURES FOR STUDENTS

Scholarship Helpline: for SC/BC scholarship 9463731317   For all other schemes: 9855444277

1.  Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for SC / BC Students

2.  Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for Minority Community Students

3.   Scholarship by Nishkam Sikh Welfare Council

4.   Scholarship By Kirat Vibhag Punjab (Punjab Buiding And Other Workers Welfare Board)

5.   Scholarship by Sarbat Da Bhala Charitable Trust Managed by Dr S P Singh Oberoi


[1]  Post Matric Scheme of the Govt of India for SC / BC Students (2020-21 to 2025-26)

Students belonging to Scheduled Castes & OBC who are permanent resident of Punjab State and are getting education in any part of India will be sanctioned stipends under this scheme provided the family income from all sources is not more than respectively 250000 & 100000 per annum. Scholarships will be given as per notification of Punjab Government.

      Necessary Documents Required for Applying SC Scholarhip

Note: On receipt of scholarship amount by the student in his/her bank account, the same amount is to be deposited by the student to pay their college fees as per government rules.

[2]   Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for Students belonging to Minority Communities

The Prime Minister New 15 Point Programme for the welfare of Minorities was announced in June 2006. The objective of the scheme is to award scholarships to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of minority community so as to provide them better opportunities for higher education increase their rate of attainment in higher education and enhance their employability As per the scheme scholarship will be awarded to the students who have secured not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in the previous final examination and the annual income of whose parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed 200000. Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Budhhists, Jains and Parsis have been notified as minority communities under section 2c of the National Commission for Minorities Act 1992.

Note: On receipt of scholarship amount by the student in his/her bank account, the same amount is to be deposited by the student to pay their college fees as per government rules.


[3]   Scholarship by Nishkam Sikh Welfare Council

Nishkam since its inception believes in the power of education. Nishkam gives financial aid to poor and needy but promising students to help them fulfil their educational aspirations and secure a bright future.

Target Group:
Students enrolled in Degree-UG and PG and preferably professional courses

Eligibility:
1. Candidate should be studying in the recognized Govt. /Private institutions (India only)

2. Annual family income should be less than Rs. 2.5 Lakh

3. At least 60% marks in the previous final examination

4. The Scholarship is open for Punjab and neighboring states including Delhi/NCR region as well

Selection And Distribution:
A SCHOLARSHIP TEST is conducted on an annual basis followed by an Interview and further select the students under merit. Once successful, the student is not required to take the scholarship again in succeeding years of the course.

Scholarship Amount:
Up to Rs. 33,000 per year
(Scholarship is subject to the sole discretion of the NSWC)

Note: On receipt of scholarship amount by the student in his/her bank account, the same amount is to be deposited by the student to pay their college fees as per rules.

For documents required to apply, please see the download centre.


[4]  Scholarship By Kirat Vibhag Punjab, Punjab Building And Other Construction Workers Welfare Board

Children of Kirti (workers) like masons, labourers, plumbers, carpenters, welders, electricians, tiles fixer, painter, pop workers, road construction workers, brick kiln workers, hoarding and banner makers etc. can avail Schloarship given by Kirat Vibhag Punjab, Punjab Building And Other Construction Workers Welfare Board.

Scholarship provided: upto Rs. 70,000/- annually

Download the Information Document for scholarship and other schemes by the Board
  
Documents Required:  1. Registration Form 28     2.  Self-declaration Form      3.  Stipened form 34

Other Welfare Measures for Students
The college makes every effort to take as many welfare measures as possible in order to enable inclusion of the economically deprived students. Some of the measures are:

* The fees structure is affordable.

* Facility to pay College Fee in instalments.

* Fee Concession is given by the management to students who have scored 80% and above and 90% and above in the qualifying examination.

* Students are guided and encouraged to avail scholarships from state / Central Government,
Charitable / philanthropic institutions and individuals.

* Skill development workshops / seminars / programmes are organized for students.

* Career Counselling

* Placement and training opportunities

* Book bank facility