CBSE Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) 2012

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The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of  India awards Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) under Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired  Research (INSPIRE) to the students who are within the top 1% at Class XII examination conducted by  the Board during the academic session ending March/April 2012. 

The candidates of Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi who have passed Class XII examination  2012 and are within top 1% (Cut-off score- 471 marks excluding 6th Additional subject) are eligible for  the scholarship. Letters to eligible Candidates along with “ Advisory Note to the Candidate for Eligibility in Scholarship  for Higher Education (SHE) Component under INSPIRE Scheme” have been sent to the school from  where they studied Class XII during the academic session ending March/April 2012. The candidates  may collect the same from the school Principal.

Performance in top 1% in Class XII Board Examination and enrollment into education in Basic and  Natural Science courses at B.Sc./Integrated M.Sc. or M.S. levels qualify eligibility automatically for  Scholarship for Higher Education of Government of India valued at Rs. 80,000 per year for five years.

If enrolled into Bachelor or Integrated Master’s level programs in Basic and Natural Science courses (like Mathematics or Statistics or Physics or Chemistry or Life Sciences (Botany and Zoology), in anyUniversity or College in India recognized by UGC, India, the candidate is advised to register for Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) through on-line registration at http://www.inspire-dst.gov.in/requirement.html

Details of the scholarship scheme are available at www.inspire-dst.gov.in

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