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Siksha Abhiyan Scholarship 2018, Know application details

Siksha Abhiyan Scholarship 2018, Know application details


Scholarship opportunities knock your door, Know details here

The Siksha Abhiyan Scholarship 2018 test is aimed to help school going pupil with financial aids that they can take up for higher education, with the display of calibre, and support their parents and themselves.


Those in Class VIII or those waiting for their board results can apply.

Prizes and rewards: 

Top five rank holders will be given cash prize of ?8,000 to ?50,000

Last date to apply: Feb 25

Application: Online only

Indo-U.S. Fellowship for Women in STEMM 2018

Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, and Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum is giving fellowships to women holding Ph.D. degrees in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.


Doctorate degree holder of age between 27-50 years holding a regular position in any government recognised academic institution.

Prizes and rewards: 

Monthly stipend of $ 3,000, air fare up to $ 2,500, health insurance of up to $1,000, contingency up to $750 and conference allowances of up to $1,000.

Last date to apply: Feb 28

How to apply: Online

GIIS Singapore Global Citizen Scholarship 2018

Ten students will be given opportunity to study in Singapore post class X board examination. Academically bright students with strength in extracurricular activities can apply.


Candidates must be studying in class X with English as the first language and must have obtained grade A in all subjects of class IX and pre-boards of class X.

Prizes and rewards: 

Scholarship worth SGD 90,000 will be given per student, and study in class XI and XII in Singapore.

Last date to apply: Feb 28

How to Apply: Via post

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