2012 RBI’s Young Scholars Award Scheme, India
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) funded Undergraduate Scholars Award for undergraduate college students from any recognized University in India, 2012
Study Subject(s): Banking
Course Level: Undergraduate
Scholarship Provider: RBI
Scholarship can be taken at: India
(A) Educational Qualification: All students across India who have completed 10 + 2 years of formal education or its equivalent from recognized institutions/boards in 2011 or before and are currently pursuing their undergraduate study program. However, those having enrolled for or having acquired degree(s) higher than graduation will not be eligible. Candidates who have qualified and worked at RBI as a Young Scholar in any of the previous years are not eligible to apply again.
(B) Age: Candidates should be of age 18 years or more but less than 23 years as on September 1, 2011.
Scholarship Open for International Students: No
Scholarship Description: To encourage learning about the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) among the youth of the country, the RBI conducts a major awareness and sensitization exercise on the role of the Reserve Bank and the banking system across the country. This exercise, ‘RBI Young Scholars Award Scheme’ exposes youngsters to an actual banking and financial environment and inculcates a sense of pride in the selected ones of having had the opportunity to associate themselves with a prestigious organisation, the central bank of the country.
How to Apply: Online
Scholarship Application Deadline: December 16, 2011
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