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SCHOLARSHIP SECTION


Pre-Matric Scholarship  

Post-Matric scholarship Fee Concession Scheme
ExtraBoarding Charges (CAT- I) Extra Boarding charges to other categories - IIA, IIB, IIIA, IIIB (professional courses  )

PRE.Matric SCHOLARSHIP

Introduction: All Backward classes students studying in Std. V to X in Govt./Aided & un-aided institutions are eligible for the award of pre-matric scholarship, subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down in the “Eligibility” column.

Description: The Pre.matric Scholarship is sanctioned (awarded) @ Rs.75/- & @Rs.100/- per student/per annum respectively for the students studying in Higher Primary (Std.V to VII) and Higher Secondary Schools (VIII to X). The annual income of the parents/guardians of the students should not exceed Rs.15,000/- per annum. However, there is no income limit for the students belonging to Category-I of Backward Classes.

The required prescribed application forms will be sent to the institutions for the award of Pre-matric scholarship from the Backward Classes Extension Officers in respective Taluk Panchayath Offices. The heads of the institutions shall return the duly filled in applications along with the Caste/income certificates and copies of the marks cards of the students to the B.Cs Extension Officer at the same office within the stipulated time. After scrutinizing the applications, the scholarship will be awarded to the eligible students and the amount shall be sent through a consolidated cheque along with a list of awardees to the Heads of educational institutions who in turn shall disburse the scholarship amount to each awardee in the presence of his/her parents/guardians obtaining their signature on the acquittance roll which should be later sent to the B.Cs. Extension Officer of the Taluk Panchayath concerned for record purpose.

Eligibility: All B.Cs students studying in std. V to X who satisfy the conditions specified below are eligible for the benefit under this scheme.

1. The students should belong to either of the categories of B.Cs as enumerated in G.O. dt; 30.3.2002.

2. The students should not be the inmates of any Govt./Govt.aided hostels.

3. They should not be the recipients of any other kind of scholarship except Merit Scholarship.

4. The scholarship applications should be duly filled and submitted in the prescribed form along with relevant enclosures within the stipulated time. Applications received after the due date/incomplete applications/applications without enclosures shall not be valid.

Documents required:

1. Caste/Income certificates of the students

1. Copy of the Marks Card of previous examination.

2. Completely filled application format

Whom to approach : Backward Classes Extension Officer at Taluk/Panchayath Office in respective taluks

Time Schedule: After the beginning of the academic year, the scholarship applications will be sent to the educational institutions by B.Cs Extension Officer of T.Ps.

Authorities to be approached :

i. The B.Cs Extension Officer in Taluk Panchayat, Office of concerned Tq.

ii. The Dist.Officer for Backward Classes & Minorities in respective districts.

 

POST - MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP

Introduction : Post.matric Scholarship is sanctioned to the B.Cs students studying in different post matric courses (i.e., after SSLC) in the recognized institutions and Universities of the State.

Description: The post matric scholarship is awarded at the rates cited below;

i) For PUC, Degree, Diploma, JOC, TCH & .. Rs.300/-p.s./p.a. other similar courses

ii) For MA.MSc, M.Com, MSW, LLB,LLM,BEd,etc. Rs.400/-p.s./p.a.

iii) For professional courses like B.E., MBBS Rs.500/-p.s./p.a. BDS,MBA,MCA Ayurvedic, Homeopathy,Unani , etc. (graduation & P.G.courses)

Procedure:

The required number of prescribed application forms will be sent to the colleges by the B.Cs. Extension Officer through the T.Ps. of the concerned Taluks. The Principals and Heads of the institutions will distribute the applications to the eligible students and then collect the duly filled in application forms along with relevant documents and submit to the B.Cs Extension Officer of the T.Ps. within the stipulated time. These filled in applications will be scrutinized and the documents will be verified according to rules and then the eligible students will be sanctioned the post-matric scholarship. After sanction, the scholarship amount will be sent to the concerned institution through the consolidated cheque along with a list of awardees. Further the Head of the institution will disburse the scholarship amount to each student through individual cheque, obtaining their signature on the stamped acquaintance roll which should be later sent to the B.Cs E.O. of the concerned T.P. for record purpose.

 

Eligibility: All B.Cs students studying in different post-matric courses who satisfy the conditions specified below are eligible for this benefit .

i) The student should belong to either of the Categories of B.Cs as enumerated in G.O. dt; 30.3.2002.

ii) The annual income of the parents/guardians of the students belonging to Cat.IIA, IIB, IIIA & IIIB of B.Cs shall not exceed Rs.15,000/- P.A. However no income limit is fixed to students belonging to cat.I of B.Cs.

iii) The students should not be the recipients of any other kind of scholarship except Merit Scholarship.

iv) The student should not be the inmates of any Government or Government aided hostels.

v) The scholarship applications should be duly filled and submitted in the prescribed format along with the relevant enclosures (documents) within the last date fixed. The applications received beyond last date/ incomplete applications/applications without relevant enclosures will not be valid.

 

Documents required

1. Caste Certificate (in respect of Cat.I students)

2. Caste & Income certificate in respect of the students belonging to categories other than

Cat.I of Backward Classes.

3. Marks Card copy of the previous year’s examination.

 

Whom to approach

1. The B.Cs E.O. of the T.Ps of concerned Tqs.

2. The District Officer for Backward Classes & Minorities of the concerned districts

 

 

FEE CONCESSION SCHEME

Introduction:

The Scheme ‘Fee Concession’ is implemented to benefit all the eligible students in std. X and post-matric courses whose parental annual Income does not exceed Rs.11,000/- P.A irrespective of caste and Creed. No income limit is fixed to the students belonging to Cat-I of Backward Classes. This benefit is extended to the students studying in Government, aided and unaided institutions including evening colleges and open Universities. The students studying in X std. are exempted from the payment of examination fee only as free education is provided up to higher secondary school level. As for as the post-matric students are concerned. The students belonging to Cat-I of Backward Classes are exempted from the payment of tuition fee, lab fee, examination fee and any other fee prescribed by the Government. The students other than category -I are exempted for the payment of tuition, lab (science subject) and examination fee only. The management of the Government aided /unaided institutions who do not collect the fee from the students eligible for fee concession on production of their caste / Income certificate at the time of admission are eligible for reimbursement of loss of fee income at the rates prescribed by the Government in similar Government institutions.

 

Procedure: The Heads of the Institutions shall make a list of students eligible for fee concession on the basis of the caste and income certificates produced by the students at the time of admission to college (Caste certificate in respect of Cat -I students and income certificate within 11,000/- P.A for other students) clearly indicating the name of the student, parents/ Guardians Name, Caste and Category, Annual Income (as per the certificate), Types and amount of fee to be exempted etc. This list along with the copies of Caste and Income certificates of the students should be forwarded to the sanctioning authorities. Concerned for sanction of fee concession benefit within the stipulated time. After obtaining the sanction order from the authorities, the Head of the institutions shall obtain the bill form KFC-32 A in duplicate from the Office of the DOBCM of the concerned district and prepare the bill according to the sanction order. The bill and the sanction order (in duplicate) along with copies of the Caste and Income Certificates of the students should be submitted for the counter signature of the DOBCM of the concerned district within the last date fixed. The countersigned bill will be sent to the respective institutions. The Head, of the institution should present the bill in the concerned treasury for the payment through the cheque. The encashed amount should be disbursed to the students obtaining their signature on the stamped acquittance roll, which should be sent to the DOBCM concerned for record and audit purpose.

 

Eligibility:

a). The students should belong to the Karnataka state.

b). Students who join the private colleges by paying Capitation fee are not eligible.

c). The Annual income of the parents/ Guardian of the student should not exceed Rs.11,000/- P.A. ( However no Income limit is fixed to the students belonging to Cat _ I of Backward Classes.

 

Whom to approach:

1. The District Officer for Backward Classes & Minorities of the concerned districts

2.The Chief Executive Officer of the concerned Z.Ps.

 

EXTRA BOARDING CHARGES TO CAT- I STUDENTS

Introduction :

The scheme “ Extra boarding charges (to Cat- I students) is implemented to provide educational encouragement to students belonging to Cat-I of Backward Classes irrespective of their income studying in different post-matric courses in the colleges situated in the places far away from their residence and who are deprived of securing admission in the Government/Government aided hostels. Students who reside in the hostels run by the concerned educational institutions/voluntary organizations as paying guests or who make self arrangements for their boarding and lodging in the places where their colleges are located, are eligible for this benefit. Extra boarding charges will be sanctioned to each student @ Rs.200/- p.m for a period of 10 months during the academic year subject to minimum 75% of his/her college attendance during that month.

 

Procedure: Notification calling for applications from the candidates will be published in the local news papers and will be displayed on the notice boards of the Office of the DOBCM of concerned district as well as well as Office of the concerned Taluk Panchayats. The students shall obtain the applications forms from the Office of the Backward Classes Extension Officer, Taluk Panchayats of such Taluk in which the student is pursuing his education.

 

The dully filled application along with relevant documents should be submitted to the Backward Classes Extension Officer of Taluk Panchayats through the heads of the institutions within the last date fixed as shown in notification. After scrutinizing the applications, eligible students will be sanctioned the EB charges and the amount shall be sent through a consolidated cheque issued in the favour of the Principal of the college concerned. Further the amount shall paid to students through individual cheque by the Principal, obtaining their signatures on the stamped acquaintance roll, which should be later sent to the Officer for Backward Classes Extension Officer of the concerned Taluk Panchayats of concerned Taluk for record and audit purpose.

 

Eligibility :

a).Student should belong to Cat-I of Backward Classes.

b).Students must be residing in the hostels run by the institutions/community organizations as paying guest or they should have made their arrangements for their boarding and lodging.

c).The minimum distance between the students residence and his college should be 5 Kms and above. (If the college and residence of the students is under the same corporation limit are not eligible).

d).Students must not be residents of any Government or Government aided hostels.

e).The students to whom extra boarding charges is sanctioned are not entitled for the post-matric scholarship/ stipend.

Documents required:

The students should produce:

1. Caste Certificate issued by the Tahasildar of respective taluk in support of his caste .

2. Certificates issued by the warden of hostel run by the institution/voluntary organization, duly attested by the Principal of the college in support of his stay in the hostel as a paying guest or the owner of the building in case of own arrangements.

3. Certificate issued by the Secretary of Council and Gram Panchayath in proof of the distance between his home town and the institution in which he is studying.

4. Certificate in proof of attendance in the college duly attested by the Principal, in which the details showing the total number of days in the college has run, number of days to which the student has attended and percentage of attendance during particular month should be mentioned.

5. Copy of the marks called of the previous year examination.

Time schedule:

1) Notification calling for application and fixation of dates will be sent to the college and also displayed on the notice board of the office of the DOBCM of concerned district and Executive Officer, taluk panchayat of concerned taluk.

Whom to approach:

1) District Officer, Backward Classes & Minorities of the respective dist

2) Executive Officer, Taluk Panchayaths of the respective taluk

3) B.C.E.O. of Taluk Panchayaths of the respective taluk

 

Payment of Boarding Charges to students belonging to Categories - IIA, IIB,IIIA and IIIB of Backward Classes studying in Technical and Professional Courses

Introduction:

The above scheme is implemented to provide Educational encouragement to the students studying in different Technical and Professional Courses, like BE MBBS, BDS,BAMS., BHMS and LLB etc in the colleges situated in places far away from their residence, especially owing to their selection to such courses from the CET. This benefit is provided to the students belonging to the remaining categories of Backward Classes other than Cat-I, as the students belonging to Cat-I are being provided such benefit under the scheme Extra Boarding Charges . Students who are deprived of seeking admission in the Government/ Government aided hostel and stay in the hostels run by the respective colleges / voluntary organizations as paying guest or make their own arrangements for boarding and lodging are eligible for the benefit of the boarding charges paid at Rs.200 PM for a period of 10 months during the academic year subject to a minimum of 75 % of their attendance in the college during every month.

 

Procedure :

Notification calling for applications will be published in the local newspapers and also will be displayed on the notice board in the office of the DOBCM in respective districts . The heads of the institutions shall obtain and submit the duly filled in application forms along with the relevant documents of the concerned students at the Office of the DOBCM of such districts where the students are perusing their education. After verification of the documents and scrutinizing the applications, eligible students will be sanctioned the boarding charges and amount will be sent to the heads of the institutions through a consolidated cheque who in turn shall disburse the boarding charges to each student through an individual cheque obtaining their signature on the stamped acquitance roll and send the acquitance to the office of the DOBCM for record and audit purpose.

 

Eligibility :

1.The students should belong to either of the following categories of Backward Classes viz IIA,IIB,IIIA or IIIB.

2.The annual income of the parents/guardians of the students should not exceed Rs.15,000 per anum.

3.Students must be residing in the hostels run by the institutions/community organizations as paying guests or they should have made own arrangements for their boarding and lodging.

4).The minimum distance between the students residence and his college should be 5 Kms and above. (If the college and residence of the student is under the same corporation limit are not eligible).

5).Students must not be residents of any Government or Government aided hostels.

6).The students to whom boarding charges sanctioned are not entitled for the post-matric scholarship/ stipend.

Documents required:

1.Caste/Income Certificate issued by the Tahasildar of native taluks.

2.Certificates issued by the warden of hostel run by the institution/voluntary organization, duly attested by the Principal of the college in support of his stay in the hostel as a paying guest or the owner of the building in case of own arrangements.

3. Certificate issued by the Secretary of Concerned Gram Panchayath in proof of the distance between his home town and the institution in which he is studying.

4. Certificate in proof of attendance in the college duly attested by the Principal, in which the details showing the total number of days the college has run, number of days to which the student has attended and percentage of attendance during particular month should be mentioned.

5. Copy of the Marks cards of the previous year examination.

Time schedule:

Notification calling for application and fixation of dates will be sent to the college and also displayed on the notice board of the office of the DOBCM of concerned district.

Whom to approach:

1.District Officer, Backward Classes & Minorities of the respective dist

2.B.C.E.O. of Taluk Panchayaths of the respective taluk

 

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