Students in Classes VI-VIII to get scholarship: The Tribune India
Tribune press service
Shimla, November 28
The state implemented the Himachal Pradesh Swaran Jayanti Medium Merit Scholarship Program aimed at feeding young people and providing scholarships to deserving students in grades VI to VIII of public schools.
Under this program, students will be selected for the scholarship through a state-level examination, which will be conducted by the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Solan, and a scholarship of Rs 4,000, Rs 5,000 and Rs 6,000 per month. will be offered to deserving students of classes VI, VII and VIII, respectively.
A total of 100 scholarships will be distributed among 12 districts under the program according to the quota determined based on the average number of enrollments in public schools.
A total of 14 students will each receive a scholarship in Mandi and Kangra districts, 12 in Chamba, 11 each in Shimla, Sirmaur and Solan, eight in Kullu, seven in Una, five in Hamirpur and one each in Lahaul tribal districts. -Spiti. and Kinnaur.
To benefit from the advantage for three consecutive years, the student must continue to study in the public school without repeating a class. It will be mandatory for students to have at least 75 percent attendance during the session, but the condition will not be applicable in the event of acute illness or any medical requirement.
The state is also implementing the Medha Protsahan Yojana to provide mentoring for deserving students to pass national level competitions after passing Class XI.