The Study in India program has designed a framework to award scholarships and tuition fee waivers for meritorious students applying to the program. The Study in India team has collaborated with the Indian government wings - MOE, MEA, and MIC, to draw out this scheme. The program offers scholarships called the Study in India Scholarships on an annual basis, while its partner institutes provide tuition fee waivers.
The Study in India Scholarship scheme covers the admission fees, tuition fees, accommodation (room and boarding) costs, and food costs. Any costs and expenses outside the above mentioned are not considered under this scheme. The scheme is further divided into two sub-schemes, based on a merit list and the Ind-SAT examination. A set of scholarships are offered based on a merit-list, that is evaluated, following the document verification process. Scholarship are awarded to only the exemplary students who appeared for the online-procured, 90-minute Ind-SAT examination.
More than 30,000 tuition fee waivers are given to deserving students by our partner institutes in the ranges of 100%, 50%, and 25%. The number of fee waivers available, vary from institute to institute across the mentioned ranges. The costs covered under this scheme only waives off tuition fee for one academic year.
Study in India, with the help of the following Indian ministries - the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, is offering 2000 scholarships upto USD3500 each for the academic year 2020-21.
Every meritorious student that has been offered this scholarship by the Study in India team shall receive it for a maximum period:
Please note, scholarships are only available for the above-listed categories, and not for Ph.D., M.Phil and Doctoral level courses.
To apply for this scholarship, students should have registered with SII, completed an application on our website www.studyinindia.gov.in and SII-partnered institution. The scholarships are awarded on the following basis:
A few important clauses about the scholarship for the students applying for the SII scholarship:
Before releasing the final offer letter to students, each online application will be verified by the institute and the SII team. For further information, read through the clauses given below carefully before applying for the Study in India (SII) scholarship.
To be eligible for the Study in India Scholarship, the student should’ve applied to Study in India and have received admission in one of the SII-partner institutes. Students who have shown interest in applying for the SII scholarship will be given links to apply for the Ind-SAT exam - an assessment test conducted by SII to be used for the initial shortlisting of the candidates.
Scholarships are granted for the complete course duration. The student would need to renew the scholarship status for the next academic year, before the scholarship lapses for the current academic year.
With reference to the scholarship timeline given above, a scholarship under the scheme is renewable on a year-to-year basis up till the completion of the course, without exceeding the mentioned number of years for the course. If a scholar is unable to appear for the final examination, owing to illness or on account of any unforeseen event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year, on submission of a medical certificate and other credible evidence. Additionally, the head of the institute should have certified that the student would have passed, with the required percentage of marks or equivalent Grade Point Average, had he/she appeared for the examination.
To obtain the renewal of the scholarship, the respective institute will submit the student's request to Study in India (SII) on the Study in India Tracking Software (SIITrackS) portal.
Only after verification of all the details given above, by the Study in India team, the scholarship will be renewed.
The SII Scholarship will be revoked from a scholar, if he/she joins the institute and then withdraws during the course duration. IND - SATThe given procedures will be followed in such a case: