The scholarship programme covers all recognised courses from Class 11 onwards. Applications for the scholarships will be accepted and verified by the respective state and government/Union Territory authorities. A key highlight of the programme is its focus on providing financial assistance to the poorest households, aligning with the government's commitment to empower marginalised communities through education. Under the scheme, students will receive coverage for compulsory non-refundable fees. Furthermore, an academic allowance will be provided, ranging from Rs 2,500 to Rs 1,35,000 per annum, depending on the course of study. The scheme offers an additional 10 per cent allowance for Divang (specially-abled) students.  Interested and eligible students are required to apply for the scholarships by visiting their state portals.  Students must have a valid mobile number, Aadhaar number (UID), Aadhaar seeded bank account, income certificate and caste certificate.

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