Apply Online Pre Matric, Post Matric Minority Scholarship at by 30 November 2021

Raipur: Online applications are invited from minority community students for Pre-Matric, Post Matric and Merit cum Means Minority Scholarship

Raipur 4th September 2021: From the meritorious students of minority community (Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Parsi) Government of India Ministry of Minority Affairs through New Delhi's website for pre-matric, post-matric and post-matriculation. Online applications are invited for Merit cum Means Minority Scholarship Year 2021-22.

Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Raipur informed that the work of starting the NSP portal for Pre-Matric, Post-Matric and Merit cum Means Minority Scholarship has started from August 18. The last date for submission of pre-matric scholarship applications is 15 November 2021. Similarly, the last date for submission of applications for Post Matric and Merit cum Means Minority Scholarship is 30 November 2021. Under this, the last date for doing the work of first level verification is 15 December 2021. The last date for doing second level verification work is 31 December 2021.

Under all the three schemes, the student pre. Apply online for Matric / Post Matric / Merit cum Means and submit its hard copy to the concerned institution. Forward will be submitted by the institution to the district office.

Mahasamund : Minority Scholarship : Application invited for Pre Matric, Post Matric Scholarship

Mahasamund 3 September 2021: Applications are invited for the students of minority community (Jain, Buddhist, Sikh, Parsi, Muslim, Christian) to be benefited under Pre Matric, Post Matric and Merit cum Means Scholarship for the year 2021-22. . For Pre-Matric Scholarship by 15th November, Post Matric and Merit cum Means students can apply online till 30th November.

For more information, you can visit the website of the Ministry of Minority Affairs at or contact the Assistant Commissioner Tribal Department.

Dhamtari : Date fixed for online application for scholarship : For pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means based by Ministry of Minority Affairs

Dhamtari 03 September 2021: Government, Non-Government Colleges, ITI, Nursing College, Polytechnic, District Education and Training Institute, Higher Secondary, run under the district in three scholarship schemes i.e. pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means education session 2021-22 by the Ministry of Minority Affairs. The date of online application for scholarship has been fixed for the students of minority community studying in high school, middle and primary school. According to the information received from the Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Department, the last date for submission of online applications by students for new scholarship (first time applicant) and renewal scholarship (an applicant who has received scholarship during 2020-21) has been fixed. Under this, November 15 has been fixed for pre-matric scholarship and 30 November for post-matric scholarship and merit cum means based scholarship.

Such applicants will be eligible for the scholarship, who are Jain, Buddhist, Sikh, Parsi, Muslim, Christian and are studying in a government or private university, institute, college or school in India from the notified minority communities. Apart from this, the student's course should be of at least one year duration and the applicant must have secured 50% marks in the last annual board/class examination. Applicants are advised to download any of the scholarship schemes on National Scholarship Portal website (link of this site is also available on or Mobile App National Scholarship (NSP). One can apply online.

It is informed that detailed instructions and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for filling up the online application are available on the home page of the National Scholarship Portal. It was also stated that the applicants should disburse only that bank account, which is in active mode or as per the instructions of the bank, so that payment of scholarship does not fail. All such universities, institutions, colleges and schools will have to get themselves registered on the National Scholarship Portal by 18 August 2021, where a minority student is studying.