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Economic conditions are major obstacles to the development of low-income communities. Despite the interest and talent to study, you can not step forward. Girls in particular face a similar problem. Against this backdrop, the government is offering a scholarship to help minority students in grades nine, ten, inter-first and second-year classes. The choice is made by first considering the income conditions and then the melati.

The Begum Hazrat Mahal National Scholarship Government provides annually with the aim of encouraging the talented poor girls of minority communities to pursue higher education. It was set up so as not to be an obstacle to their educational development. Notification for this National Scholarship has been released. It is provided by the Maulana Azad Education Foundation in Delhi. It is owned by the Minority Ministry. The scholarship is aimed at helping students pay for school or college fees, purchase books or stationery, and meet the minimum food requirements.

Details of Scholarship

Students study in class 9th and 10th are paid as Rs.5000, Intermediate scholarships will be given at the rate of Rs.6000 per month. The money is deposited directly into the candidate's account each month. Scholarship recipients cancel their scholarship if they stop studying for any reason. You have to apply online for this. After applying, print out and send in the post. There is no fee to apply. Those who receive any scholarships from the central and state governments are eligible for this. Total scholarships are awarded on the basis of the population of the respective religions in the states and Union Territories. This is based on the 2011 census.

Online Application Deadline: September 15 Deadline to Send Online Application Print - Out: September 30. Full details can be found at

Who is entitled? Students studying in grades nine through twelfth can apply for this scholarship. Candidates should belong to Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Parsi and Jains in minority communities. Not exceeding two lakhs. At least 50 per cent marks should be obtained in the previous classes. That is, if for example a ninth grade student applies for a scholarship, she will be based on the eighth grade marks. Option: Consider first low-income candidates. Merit is taken as a second basis in selection.

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