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Undergraduate Scholarships

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The undergraduate scholarships are undoubtedly welcome, highly supportive, and great means for funding necessary and ancillary expenditures occurring during the graduation courses in diverse professional disciplines. These scholarships for undergraduate students enable them to pursue higher studies in India or in any desired foreign countries. The main and ultimate aim of such undergraduate scholarships is to support diligent and meritorious students of financially poor backgrounds in carrying out smoothly the graduation course in any cherished professional stream in any reputed educational institution in the native or any foreign country. Now, described below are very supportive pieces of information over the undergraduate scholarships in india, to help Indian students in pursuing their higher studies in India and abroad.

Today, such scholarships are available in India and abroad, for going through any prolific courses in India or in any foreign country in any of the professional streams of engineering and technology, medical sciences, arts and humanities, business administration and management, sciences, information technology, law, pharmacy, sports, fine arts, etc. Again, these scholarships are offered under many categories like the merit-based, career-specific, need-based, student-specific, college specific, and caste and minority-based. Undergraduate students have to fulfill the eligibility criteria laid down by the donor agencies, for availing a scholarship under any of these categories. Many reputed foreign universities also offer undergraduate scholarships to Indian students for making higher studies in the countries these are located in.

Top Scholarship Programs in India

In India also, the undergraduate scholarships are extended by the governmental and private institutions and organizations. In the private sector, these donor agencies are private universities and institutions, missionaries, corporate houses, charitable trusts, and other philanthropic private organizations. In the governmental sectors, these scholarship schemes are nurtured by the departments of the central and state governments, and the universities and institutes funded by these governments. At the central level in India, the most magnificent of such agencies are Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Department of Higher Education, Department of Science and Technology, Department of Atomic Energy, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation (NHFDC), and many other ministries and departments.

The following list essentially covers the most of the top and reputed indian undergraduate scholarships for Indian and global students:
  • Central Scheme of Scholarships for College and University students
  • All India Council for Technical Education Scholarships
  • Department of Science and Technology Grants and Fellowships
  • Ramanujan Fellowships for Brilliant Scientists and Engineers
  • ICCR (Indian Council for Cultural Relations) Scholarships
  • Fellowship Programmes of IISc, Bangalore [for Science and Engineering]
  • Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY)
  • Indian Oil Academic Scholarships
  • University of Delhi Scholarships
  • Reserve Bank of India Young Scholars Award Scheme
  • The Young India Fellowship (YIF)
  • ICAR National Talent Scholarships
  • Scholarship Schemes for ST Students by Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  • NTPC Scholarships
  • Ministry of Culture Scholarships
  • Ministry of Ministry Affairs Scholarships
  • GP Birla Foundation Scholarships
  • North South Foundation Scholarships
  • ONGC Scholarships
  • L & T Build India Scholarships
  • Aligarh Muslim University Scholarships
  • Dr. GB Scholarship Foundations Young Talent IT Scholarship
  • The Hindu-Hitachi Scholarships
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund (JNMF) Scholarships
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development International Scholarships
  • Scholarship Scheme for students with Disabilities
  • Commonwealth Scholarships