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Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Merit Scholarship in India, 2019

The Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan established under the auspices of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India is proud to offer merit awards for Indian students.

These opportunities are available for school and college students. The aim of The grants is to help talented students who need aids to achieve their desired future. The studentships are awarded in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit.

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Rashtriya  Sanskrit Sansthan is a Deemed University under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India in New Delhi, India. It was established in 1970 to propagate, develop and encourage Sanskrit learning and research.

Brief Description

University or Organization: Deemed University
Department: NA
Course Level:
Award: Varies
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: NA
Nationality: Indian applicants
The program can be taken in India
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

Eligibility

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • For Class 9th standard/Purva-Madhyama-1st year or equivalent course: Must have passed the previous examination (i.e. 8th class or equivalent course) with a minimum of 60% marks or equal grade in overall and 60% marks or equal grade in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. 8th class or equivalent course).
  • For Class 10th standard/Purva-Madhyama-1 st year or equivalent course: Must have passed the previous examination (i.e. 9 th class or equivalent course) with a minimum of 60% marks or equal grade in overall and 60% marks or equal grade in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. 9th class or equivalent course)
  • For Class 11th standard/ Prak-Shastri-1 st year/ Uttarmadhyama-1st year or equivalent course: Must have passed the previous examination (i.e. 10th class or equivalent course) with a minimum of 60% marks or equal grade in overall and 60% marks or equal grade in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. 10th standard or equivalent course).
  • For Class 12th standard/Prak-Shastri-2 nd/ Uttarmadhyama-2nd year or equivalent course: Must have passed the previous examination (i.e. 11th class or equivalent course) with a minimum of 60% marks or equal grade in overall and 60% marks or equal grade in Sanskrit/Pali/ Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. 11th class or equivalent course).
  • For Shastri-1 st /B.A.-1 st/ B.A.(Hons.)-1 st or equivalent course: Must have passed Intermediate/Higher Secondary / 12th class or equivalent course with minimum 60% marks or equal grade in overall subject and also 60% marks or equal grade in the Sanskrit/Pali/ Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in previous class (i.e. 12th class or equivalent course).
  • For Shastri-2 nd /B.A.-2 nd/ B.A.(Hons.)-2 nd or equivalent course: Must have passed Shastri-1 st /B.A.-1 st/ B.A.(Hons.)- 1 st year or equivalent examination with minimum 60% marks or equal grade in the overall subject and also 60% marks or equal grade in the Sanskrit/Pali/ Prakrit. The candidate passed previous two-semester/one year or equivalent course (i.e. Shastri1 st / B.A.-1st/ B.A.(Hons.)-1st year or equivalent course). The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. Shastri-1st / B.A.-1st/ B.A.(Hons.)- 1 st year or equivalent course).
  • For Shastri-3 rd /B.A.-3 rd/ B.A.(Hons.)-3 rd or equivalent course: Must have passed Shastri-2 nd /B.A.-2
    nd/ B.A.(Hons.)- 2 nd or equivalent examination with minimum 60% marks or equal grade in the overall subject and also 60% marks or equal grade in the Sanskrit/Pali/ Prakrit. The candidate passed previous two-semester/one year or equivalent course (i.e. Shastri2 nd /B.A.-2nd/ B.A.(Hons.)-2nd year or equivalent course). The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a paper of at-least 100 marks or equivalent grade in the current class and also in the previous class (i.e. Shastri-2nd /B.A.-2nd/ B.A.(Hons.)- 2 nd year or equivalent course).
  • For Acharya-1 st/M.A.-1 st year or equivalent in Sanskrit/ Pali/Prakrit: Must have passed Graduation with at least 60% marks or equal grade in the aggregate and also 60%marks or equal grade in the Sanskrit/Pali/ Prakrit. The students should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a special subject in current class/course and at least 100 marks or equal grade in the previous class (i.e. Shastri-3rd /B.A.-3rd/ B.A.(Hons.)-3rd year or equivalent course).
  • For Acharya-2 nd/M.A.-2 nd year or equivalent in Sanskrit/ Pali/Prakri: Must have passed Acharya-1  st/M.A.-1 st year or equivalent with at least 60% marks or equal grade in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit. The candidate should have opted Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit as a special subject in current class/course.
  • For Vidyavaridhi/Ph.D. or equivalent in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit: Must have passed Acharya or M.A. in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit with at-least 60% marks in the aggregate. The registration of the candidate in Ph.D. course should be done before advertisement and not more than two years from the date of
    registration.

Nationality: Indian applicants are eligible for these endowments.

How to Apply

  • How to Apply: Applicants can apply through the online processor.
  • The relevant mark-sheet.
  • The bank pass-book details where the applicant has an account in his/her name ( the first page of the passbook where details along with the photograph is available)
  • Aadhar card of the applicant.
  • Caste/Category Certificate of reserved category (S.C/S.T/O.B.C/Divine Body(P.H.) from the appropriate authority in the name of the applicant.
  • Admission Requirement: Students must have opted for the subject i.e. Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit in the present class

Benefit

financial aid positions will cover the followings:

  • For Class 9th standard/Purva-Madhyama-1st year or equivalent course: Rs.250/- p.m. for 10
    months (Rs.2500/- p.a.)
  • For Class 10th standard/Purva-Madhyama-1 st year or equivalent course: Rs.250/- p.m. for 10
    months (Rs.2500/- p.a.)
  • For Class 11th standard/ Prak-Shastri-1 st year/ Uttarmadhyama-1st year or equivalent course: Rs.300/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.3000/- p.a.)
  • Class 12th standard/Prak-Shastri-2 nd/ Uttarmadhyama-2nd year or equivalent course: Rs.300/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.3000/- p.a.)
  • For Shastri-1 st /B.A.-1 st/ B.A.(Hons.)-1 st or equivalent course: Rs.400/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.4000/- p.a.)
  • For Shastri-2 nd /B.A.-2 nd/ B.A.(Hons.)-2 nd or equivalent course: Rs.400/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.4000/- p.a.)
  • For Shastri-3 rd /B.A.-3 rd/ B.A.(Hons.)-3 rd or equivalent course: Rs.400/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.4000/- p.a.)
  • For Acharya-1 st/M.A.-1 st year or equivalent in Sanskrit/ Pali/Prakrit:Rs.500/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.5000/- p.a.)
  • For Acharya-2 nd/M.A.-2 nd year or equivalent in Sanskrit/ Pali/Prakri: Rs.500/- p.m. for 10 months (Rs.5000/- p.a.)
  • For Vidyavaridhi/Ph.D. or equivalent in Sanskrit/Pali/Prakrit:Rs.1500/- p.m. for 12 months+Rs.2000/- per year as contingent. (i.e. Rs.20,000.00 per year).

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