how to fill moma scholarship form
Pre-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
Post-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
- Educational Records: Students who are going to apply should have marked 50% or above in the previous final examination.
- Annual Income: The annual income (from all sources) of the student’s parents or guardian should be less than Rs. 2 lakh. The Scholarships to be provided in the ascending order from the lowest order from Below Poverty Line(BPL) Families.
- Only two students from every family can take advantages o this scholarship.
- Reservation for Girls Students: 30% of the scholarship will be reserved for girl students.
Eligibility Criteria for Means cum Merit Scholarship:
Pre Matric Scholarships are provided to minority students for studying at pre matric level i.e Class 1-10. All eligible students get Rs. 600 per year under Pre Matric Scholarships. To apply for Pre Matric Scholarship, candidates must have received 50% marks in last examination & his/her family income should not more than 1 Lakh rupees per year.
All the eligible students who are looking to fill MOMA Scholarship Online Application For for session 2020-21 can visit to official website scholarships.gov.in . Students have to get registered with National Scholarship Portal to apply for Minority Scholarship Scheme. Applicants have to submit Moma Scholarship Application Form before or last Date. You may check Minority Scholarship Application Form Last Date from given below table.
Step 6: Upload the scanned copy of the required documents
Step 7: Fill in the details of the Bank account. Candidates have to fill in the details of their Bank Account
Scope: The scholarship is to be awarded for studies in India in a Government or private institution, selected and notified in a transparent manner by the State Government/Union Territory Administration concerned. It will cover technical and professional courses at undergraduate and post graduate level.
Objective: The objective of the Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the poor and meritorious students belonging to minority communities to enable them to pursue professional and technical courses.