Pre Matric Scholarship 2020-21 is a small initiative by the Govt of India under the Ministry of Minority Affairs and other government bodies of the states to upgrade the literacy level across the nation. The scholarship is awarded for the students up to class 10th background as well as for the children having some disabilities.
The main objective of this pre-matric scholarship is to encourage parents to send their children to school, to lighten their education burden, and make efforts to support the children in completing their education. This scheme has laid a foundation of education that is empowering the students to live for their dreams by later on providing different ways of employment. This scholarship has turned out as a hope for all the talented students who have left their studies in between due to financial constraints.
Pre-Matric scholarships have different eligibility criteria for different categories. The Govt of India welcomes all the eligible candidates to apply and enjoy every privilege under these scholarships.
|Scholarship Name||Provided BY||Date|
|Pre-matric Scholarship For Students With Disabilities||Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disability, Govt. Of India||15th November 2021|
|Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Students Pre Matric Scholarship Arunachal Pradesh||The Ministry of Tribal Affairs (Government of India)||30th December 2021|
|Pre Matric Scholarships Scheme For Minorities||Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India||15th November 2021|
|Einstein Public School||10th March 2021|
|Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (Government of India)||29th Feb 2021|
|Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT, Delhi||29th Feb 2021|
|Pre Matric SC Cleaning and Health Hazard Scholarship, Tripura||Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment||29th Feb 2021|
|Pre Matric Scholarship For SC Students, Delhi||Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC, Government of NCT of Delhi||29th February 2021|
|Pre-Matric Disability Scholarship (State Sector) Uttarakhand||Social Welfare Department, Government of Uttarakhand||25th Feb 2021|
|Pre-Matric Scholarship For OBC Students (State/Central Sector) Uttarakhand||Social Welfare Department, Government of Uttarakhand||25th February 2021|
|Pre Matric Scholarship For ST Students, Tripura||Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India||20th Feb 2021|
|MOMA Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme||Ministry of Minority Affairs (MOMA)||15th November 2021|
|Pre Matric Scholarship For Disabled, Maharashtra||Social Justice & Special Assistance Department, Government of Maharashtra||It Will be Update Soon|
|Pre-Matric Merit Scholarship For VJNT/SBC/SC Students, Maharashtra||Social Justice Special Assistance Department, Government of Maharashtra||It Will be Update Soon|
|Scholarship Name||Eligibility Criteria|
|Pre-Matric Scholarship For OBC Students (State/Central Sector) Uttarakhand|
|Pre-Matric Disability Scholarship (State Sector) Uttarakhand|
|Pre Matric Scholarship For Sc Students, Delhi Govt|
|Pre Matric SC Class 9th and 10th Scholarship Tripura|
|Pre Matric SC Cleaning and Health Hazard Scholarship, Tripura|
|Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Students Pre Matric Scholarship Arunachal Pradesh|
|Pre Matric Scholarships Scheme For Minorities|
|MOMA Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme|
|Pre-matric Scholarship For Students With Disabilities|
|Pre Matric Scholarship For Disabled, Maharashtra|
|Pre-Matric Merit Scholarship For VJNT/SBC/SC Students, Maharashtra|
Que: Who is eligible for Pre Matric Scholarship?
Ans: Pre matric scholarship is offered for class 1st till 10th level students at the school level.
Que: What are the benefits of the pre-matric scholarship?
Ans: Different scholarships offer different benefits that are related to financial support either in the form of cash or books/hostels etc.
Que: How do I apply for pre-matric scholarship 2021?
Ans: Apply through the official website of a particular pre-matric scholarship you are eligible for.
Que: Who is eligible for a pre-Matric minority scholarship?
Ans: Only the students who are from minority communities like Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis), Jains, and Christians. Family income must not be more than 1 lakh P/A.