Reliance Foundation opens scholarship applications to award 5000 first year UG students apply by October 15

Reliance Foundation Opens Scholarship Applications to Award 5000 First Year UG Students, Apply by October 15

The Reliance Foundation has opened merit-cum-merit scholarship applications for first-year undergraduate students. The scholarship seeks to provide a grant of up to Rs 2 lakh and an opportunity to be part of an enabling support system and a vibrant alumni network. Students in the first-year of their UG programmes in the academic session 2023-24 studying in any branch can apply to avail this scholarship by October 15. Interested students can check and apply at

The Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship selects students on the basis of a merit cum-means criteria for the UG college education, to continue their studies without any financial burden.

The scholarships aim to enable students to become professionals and realise their dreams, unlocking their potential to lift themselves and their communities and contribute towards India’s future socio-economic development, an official statement issued in this regard said.

“India has the world’s largest youth population, and our young people have immense potential to take the nation to new heights. At Reliance Foundation, we work to provide opportunity and access to quality education. We are strongly committed to helping young people fulfil their aspirations and enable them to contribute to India’s growth,” said Jagannatha Kumar, CEO, of Reliance Foundation.

The Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships programme will award selected students a grant of up to Rs 2 lakhs for the entire course of study.

The scholars will also get to be a part of an enabling support system that equips them with skills for holistic development and a vibrant alumni network. The programme encourages applications from girls and people with disabilities. Selection will be based on performance in an aptitude test, Class 12 marks, household income and other eligibility criteria.

For the Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships 2022-23, nearly one lakh students registered and of the 5,000 scholars selected on the basis of eligibility and performance in the aptitude test, 51 per cent were women and 97 scholars were people with disabilities.

Courtesy : The Indian Express

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