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Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship

Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship: for pursuing professional and technical courses at the Under-Graduate level(UG) and Post-Graduate level(PG).

 

Post-Matric Scholarship (MCM) under State Scholarship Portal - 2020-21

 

Post-Matric Scholarship (MCM) eligibility criteria for the year 2020-21

 Documents required to apply for Post-Matric and Merit-Cum-Means students under SSP:-

 

National Scholarship Portal ID:- NSP ID is a mandatory requirement to apply under State Scholarship Portal (SSP).

 

  SATS ID:- Students SATS ID is required (Students Achievement Tracking System) for 1st year PUC, ITI, GTTC, Diploma in Polytechnic/ Education/ Nursing/ Pharmacy/ Paramedical students. (SATS ID is available in your SSLC marks card)

 

 Student's SSLC Registration Number

 

 Student's PUC Registration Number

 

 University/Board Registration Number (Take from your College):- Students University/Board Registration Number is required for all courses except 1st years students of PUC, ITI, GTTC, Diploma in Polytechnic/ Education/ Nursing/ Pharmacy/ Paramedical. 

 

 Aadhaar Number or Aadhaar Enrollment ID Number (EID Number) of Student and Parents. (If you do not have Aadhaar number, please visit your nearest Aadhaar enrollment center and apply for Aadhaar. First you will get Aadhaar Enrollment ID (EID number) you can enter this Aadhaar EID in SSP application. Later you will get actual Aadhaar number)

 

 Student's Mobile number.

 

 RD Number of Income and Caste certificate for Muslims, Christians, Jains (Digambar), Buddhists, and Parsis issued by Tahasildar in the name of student.

 

 RD number of Minority Certificate and Income certificate for Sikhs and Jains (Shwethambar) communities issued by Tahasildar in the name of student. 

 

 Seed Aadhaar number to bank account:- Students should have bank account or open a new account (preferably in Nationalised Banks). Visit your bank branch and seed your Aadhaar number with bank account number under NPCI for payment through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT).