Reliance Foundation Scholarships 2022-23
Reliance has been providing scholarships to meritorious students for over 25 years, inspired by Reliance Founder-Chairman Shri Dhirubhai Ambani’s belief that the best way to ensure the nation’s progress is to invest in its youth.
શૈક્ષણિક વર્ષ 2022-23 માટે, રિલાયન્સ ફાઉન્ડેશન રૂ. 2 લાખ સુધીની આશરે 5,000 મેરિટ-કમ-મીન્સ અન્ડર ગ્રેજ્યુએટ શિષ્યવૃત્તિ અને રૂ. 6 લાખ સુધીની આશરે 100 મેરિટ-આધારિત અનુસ્નાતક શિષ્યવૃત્તિઓ એનાયત કરશે, બંને શિષ્યવૃત્તિ અભ્યાસના સંપૂર્ણ સમયગાળા માટે હશે. અરજીઓ 14 ફેબ્રુઆરી 2023 સુધી સ્વીકારવામાં આવશે.
In 2022-2023, Reliance Foundation will support up to 5,000 meritorious undergraduate students from underprivileged sections of society studying any stream of their choice through the Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships, and up to 100 of India’s brightest postgraduate students studying eligible subjects in new technologies through the Reliance Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships.
Both Reliance Foundation Scholarships will aim to nurture and empower meritorious students and will work together to generate robust, vibrant and engaged alumni networks, enabling scholars to pursue higher education, emerge as young professionals, and drive India’s growth.
Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships
The Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships aim to support up to 5,000 meritorious students based on a merit-cum-means criteria for their undergraduate college education, empowering them to continue their studies without financial burden. The Scholarships aim to enable students to become successful professionals and realize their dreams, unlocking their potential to lift themselves and their communities up and contributing towards India’s future socio-economic development.
Students with a household income of under Rs. 15 lakh who are enrolled in first year of their undergraduate studies pursuing any subject stream can apply. The programme will also aim to encourage applications by girls and specially-abled students.
Reliance Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships
The Reliance Foundation PG Scholarships aim to enable and propel India’s future leaders who can think big, think green, think digital for the benefit of society.
Through this Scholarship, Reliance Foundation will select up to 100 students in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Computer Sciences, Mathematics & Computing, Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Renewable and New Energy, Material Sciences and Engineering, and Life Sciences on the basis of merit through a rigorous selection process.
The Reliance Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships will support students with a generous grant and a holistic development programme, including expert interactions, industry exposure and volunteering opportunities, creating a cohort of excellence innovate for social good each year.
Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships 2022-23
- Students must be enrolled in first-year full-time undergraduate degree in any stream from a recognised Indian institute.
- Must have passed class 12 with a minimum of 60% marks
- The annual household income should be less than INR 15,00,000 (preference will be given to those students whose family income is less than INR 2,50,000)
- Open for resident Indian citizens only.
Up to INR 2,00,000 over the duration of the degree programme
About Reliance Foundation
Reliance Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Reliance Industries Limited, aims to play a catalytic role in addressing the India’s development challenges through innovative and sustainable solutions. Led by Founder and Chairperson Smt. Nita Ambani, Reliance Foundation is relentlessly working to facilitate transformative changes for the overall wellbeing and higher quality of life for all. Reliance Foundation is focused on addressing the nation’s development challenges in rural transformation, education, health, sports for development, disaster management, women empowerment, urban renewal and arts, culture and heritage, and has touched the lives of more than 64 million people across India, in more than 53,000 villages and several urban locations.