Department of School Education, M.P.

 

 







1.
        BACKGROUND: 

            The National Scholarship Scheme is being implemented since 1961-62.  The objective of this Scheme is to provide scholarships for post-metric studies to the brilliant but poor students so that they can pursue their studies inspite of their poverty.  The Scholarship Scheme for Talented Children from Rural Areas for Class VI to XII is an on-going scheme since 1971-72 with the objective to achieve equalization of educational opportunities, and to provide fillip to the development of talent from rural areas by educating talented rural children in good schools.  The schemes were implemented as Centrally Sponsored Schemes upto IX Plan.  The Department has merged these schemes to form the ‘National Merit Scholarship Scheme’ for implementing within the approved outlay of Rs. 52.00 crores during the X Plan.  The Revised Scheme prescribes changes in the eligibility criteria and rate of scholarships etc.   



2.         OBJECTIVE: - 

            The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the meritorious students of rural areas studying in classes IX & X and also to meritorious students studying at post-matric to post-graduate level in Government schools, colleges and Universities.  






3.         SCOPE: -
 

            The scholarships for classes IX & X are available for schools in rural areas, in government schools, in each development block.  The scholarships from post-matric to post-graduate level courses on state-wise merit are available for schools, colleges and Universities in the States/UTs in India.  The scholarship will be awarded by the Government of State/Union Territory in which the applicant is domiciled or passed the examination based on the result of which he/she has been awarded the scholarship.  The schools in rural areas will be identified by the State Government/UT Administration.  




4.         ALLOCATION OF SCHOLARSHIPS: - 

            The scholarships at post-matric to post-graduate level available will be first allocated among the various States and Union Territories on the basis of student population.   Within the same State and Union Territory, these will be further distributed proportionately among the various courses/examinations on the basis of number of candidates who enroll/appear for those courses/examinations in the preceding years. 

            Two scholarships are provided for the 9th class per block to the meritorious students studying in schools in rural areas.  The break-up of 5488 blocks in rural areas amongst various States/UTs in India is at Annexure –I. Thus, in all 10976 scholarships will be awarded to students studying in classes IX and X in Government schools in rural areas. The number of scholarships and amount earmarked for providing scholarships to students in rural areas cannot be diverted to students studying in schools situated in urban areas

(A)
      
The students for scholarships in the IX class in rural areas under the scheme will be selected from block-wise merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the VIII class examination for students studying in the designated  Government schools in rural areas. 

(B)      
The scholarships for the post-matric to post-graduate studies are made on the basis of state-wise merit list prepared from the results of the following examinations:-
 

            (i)    (  (i)               10th Class/Matriculation/High School - For award of scholarship in + 2 level/pre University/pre Degree. 

(ii)               12th Class of 10 + 2 pattern Senior Secondary Board Examination/ Intermediate/pre University/pre Degree - For award of scholarship in first year B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.Archeology etc. courses onwards. 

(iii)             12th Class of 10 + 2 pattern/Intermediate/pre University/pre Degree /Graduation level examination  - For award of scholarship in first year Diploma/Professional and Engineering Studies/Diploma in Hotel Management/Diploma in Homeopathy/B.D.S/ B.E./ B.Tech. /M.B.B.S. 

 (iv)              Graduation – For award of scholarship for courses after graduation like LL.B/B.Ed/Post-Graduation.

The break-up of 17000 scholarships under this component is given in Annexure-II







5.         COVERAGE AND ELIGIBILITY
 

             The scholarships for classes IX & X will be open to students studying in Government schools in rural areas only.  However, the scholarship from class XI to post-graduate level will be available throughout the State on state-wise merit basis for Indian Nationals.   

(ii)        Only those students who obtained 60% or more marks in aggregate in the Science and Commerce stream and 55% or more marks in aggregate in Humanities Stream in the examinations mentioned in para 4 (B) for the classes/courses for which scholarships have been allocated will be considered for award of National Merit Scholarship subject to fulfillment of the other conditions stipulated.   

(iii)       A student shall not receive any other scholarship/stipend for a course of study for which he is in receipt of National Merit Scholarship. 

(iv)       A student in full time employment will not be eligible for award of a scholarship. 

(v)        A scholar under the scheme while availing scholarship can enjoy fee concession given by the institution in which he is studying. 

(vi)       Candidates studying privately or in unrecognized institutions will not be eligible for scholarship.  However, students studying in regular correspondence courses will be eligible subject to fulfillment of the condition regarding employment etc. laid down under the scheme. 

(vii)      Candidates who have passed qualifying examination in a year prior to the year of award of scholarship will not be eligible for consideration. 





6.         SELECTION PROCEDURE  

             The examining bodies will draw up a merit list of scholars (Annexure-III) likely to be eligible for scholarship within five weeks after the results of the examinations announced by the Boards/Universities/Authority for rural students. For rural students, the State Government will prepare block-wise merit list of students on the basis of marks obtained in VIII class in rural areas.  The income of the students’ parents will be taken into account before preparing the list. 

(ii)        The Boards/Universities/Authority in the State/Union Territory will write to the eligible students from the top of the merit list equal to double the number of awards available  (to provide for possible refusal and ineligible cases) through a registered letter to confirm within 15 days that he/she is prepared to accept the National Merit Scholarship. For rural students based on the block-wise merit list prepared, the State Government will write similar letters. 

(iii)       The candidates from whom replies are not received within 15 days will not be considered for scholarship and the award will be given to the next eligible candidates in the merit list. 

(iv)       The Boards/Universities/ Authority in the State/Union Territory will send a list of selected candidates to the State Governments/Union Territory Administrations within a maximum period of 10 weeks from the date of declaration of result.

(v)        The District authorities will send the list of selected rural students from each block in the State/UT within a maximum period of 10 weeks from the date of declaration of result. 

(vi)       The Boards/Universities/ Authority/District Administration in the State/Union Territory will send to each candidate selected for award of scholarships: 

(a)       Entitlement Card
(b)
         Income Affidavit form
(c)
  
      Statement of  Particulars  

(vii)      The selected scholar shall present the Entitlement Card (Annexure-IV), Statement of Particulars (Annexure-V) and Income Affidavit form (Annexure-VI) duly filled in to the Head of the Institution joined by him.  The Head of the Institution will complete the Entitlement Card and send it to the Director of Collegiate Education/Higher Education/Secondary Education/Public Instruction / Education Department of the State/UTs as the case may be, who will make the final selection.   

(viii)     The officer of the above Department of the State Government/UT Administration will arrange to pay scholarship money to the scholar on receipt of the joining report (Annexure-VII) alongwith the completed ‘Statement of Particulars’ and ‘Income Affidavit’.   

(ix)       If the State/Union Territory Government concerned does not receive the joining report from the candidate duly signed by the Head of Institution, within 30 days from the date of closure of admission in the Institution, the case for award of scholarship to him will not be considered.  The scholarship will then be offered to the next eligible candidate in the merit list.   





7.         TENABILITY
 

            A scholarship under the scheme has to be availed of in the year it is made in said Scheme for the duration of the course subject to fulfilling eligibility criteria.   

(ii)        The holder of a National Merit Scholarship is free to study a higher course in any recognized institution any where in India, and the responsibility for the payment of his scholarship will continue to be that of the State Government or the UT Administration in whose jurisdiction he is domiciled or passed the examination based on the result of which he/she has been awarded the scholarship. 






8.         RATE OF SCHOLARSHIPS
 

 The rates of scholarships with effect from 01.04.2004 are as under:          

Sl. No.

 

Name of the Course

Rate of Scholarships (Rupees per month)

1.

9th & 10th Class (in rural areas only)

  250

2.

11 & 12th Classes of 10 + 2 pattern/Intermediate

  300

3.

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.Archeology etc. courses of Graduate level

  500

4.

Scholarship at Post-Graduation level/B.E. /B.Tech / M.B.B.S./L.L.B./B.Ed./Diploma in Professional and Engineering Studies/diploma in Hotel Management Course/Diploma Course in Homeopathy/B.D.S.

  750






9.         PARENTAL INCOME CEILING
 

             Scholarships will be paid only to those students whose parent’s/guardian’s income from all sources does not exceed Rs.1.00 lakh per annum, for all categories under the scheme.   

(i)         The income of father, mother, guardian, husband in the case of married unemployed girl student will be taken as income.   However, in the case where both the parents (or husband, in the case of married but unemployed girl student) have died, the income of the guardian who is supporting the student in his/her studies will be taken into account. 

(ii)        In the case of parents/guardians drawing salary, the Dearness Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Conveyance Allowance, Interim Relief and Overtime Allowance etc. shall not be included in determining the income.  Deputation allowance, Honorarium, Special Pay and Bonus etc. shall however be treated as income.    

(iii)       Income certificate is required to be taken once only, i.e., at the time of admission to a course even if its duration is more than one year. 

(iv)       The scholarship once awarded will continue and it will be renewed from year to year till the completion of the course for which the award has been made.  A fresh income certificate each year will not be called for provided the scholar fulfils all other terms and conditions stipulated for the renewal.  Any increase or decrease in income in subsequent years will not also be considered for the purpose of the scheme. 






10.       HOLDING IN ABEYANCE OF AN AWARD
 

             An award made under the scheme may be allowed to be held in abeyance for not more than one academic year if:- 

(i)        The candidate is unable to join the next course due to prolonged illness.

(ii)              The candidate is unable to get admission in higher course of his choice.

(iii)            The candidate is unable to join the next higher course due to circumstances beyond his control e.g. flood, death in family etc. 

2.        An award may also be allowed to be held in abeyance if the candidate is underage to join the next higher course.  This will be permitted only till such time as the candidate attains the prescribed age for admission. 

3.         If an award is made tenable after the period during which it has been kept in abeyance, it will be done only if the scholar fulfils other conditions of the scheme.  The State Governments/Union Territory Administrations will decide all such cases themselves. 






11.       DURATION OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND ITS RENEWAL  

             A scholarship under the scheme is renewable from year to year within the same stage of education.  For example the scholarship awarded to a student in 9th class in rural area can be renewed for the 10th class; scholarship awarded to a student in 11th class can be renewed for the 12th class.  Similarly the scholarship awarded to a student on the basis of 12th class of 10 + 2 Pattern/Intermediate Examination/Graduation level Examination can be renewed in the 2nd year and subsequent year/years within the same stage of education.  The renewal will depend on promotion to the next class provided the scholar secures 60% or more marks in aggregate in the Science stream and 55% or more marks in aggregate in Humanities Stream in the semester/annual examination which determines his promotion to the next class.   

(ii)      If a scholar is unable to appear in the annual examination owing to illness and or on account of any unforeseen event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate and other proof to satisfy the Head of the Institution who will certify that the student would have passed with 60% or 55% marks respectively as stated above had he appeared in the examination. 

(iii)       If a scholar gives up the chosen course of study before its completion or if he changes the course of study without the approval of the State Government/Union Territory Administration the scholarship will be cancelled.  Good conduct and regularity in attendance are also required for continuance of the scholarship.  The decision of the State Government/UT Administration will be final and binding in all such matters.  Scholarship once cancelled will not be revived in any circumstance.   

(iv)       Where a scholar has shifted to another course instead of continuing with the course for which the scholarship was originally granted e.g. a scholar who was studying in first year of 3 year degree course on passing the 1st year shifts to Engineering or other similar course, the scholarship may be renewed for the Engineering or the other course.  





12.       PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP
 

            The payment will be made by the State Government/Union Territory Administration in whose jurisdiction the scholar passed the examination based on which he was awarded the scholarship.   

(ii)        The State Government/Union Territory Administration will disburse scholarship amount to the selected scholar within one month from the date of receipt of the list of awardees from the Boards/Universities/ Authority in the State/Union Territory. 

(iii)       The payment of scholarship will start from the month the admission is obtained.   

(iv)       In case of renewal of scholarship for succeeding year/years the payment will be made from the month following that for which, the scholarship was paid during the previous academic year. 

(v)        The scholarship will be paid for a period of 10 months in an academic year.   

(vi)       The State Government will issue sanction for payment of scholarship to the eligible students in favour of the Head of the Institution concerned whether within or outside the State. 

(vii)      For disbursement of scholarship to students studying outside the State, the State Government will issue the demand draft in favour of the concerned Head of Institution.  Payment to the institution will be made in advance in one installment covering the entire academic year for all the scholars to whom scholarship is due. 

(viii)     Each State Government and Union Territory Administration will ensure that the Heads of Institutions have actually disbursed the amount correctly to the scholars. 

(ix)       The Head of the Institutions have to submit by the end of the financial year to the respective State Governments certificate of utilization of the amount provided for giving scholarships. 

(x)                The State Governments will furnish to the Government of India, the information regarding the number of scholarships awarded, the details of students and fund disbursed in the enclosed Performa Annexure VIII. 




13.       MISCELLANEOUS
 

            The practice of awarding the Certificate of Merit and one time Rs. 100/- to meritorious students, who become ineligible due to income of parents of exceeding Rs.1.00 lakh, has been discontinued

            The Government of India will meet expenditure incurred by the State/UT Governments towards selection of students, giving publicity or for award of scholarships under the scheme

            The areas where schools are situated will be deemed as urban or rural as notified by the State Government from time to time under the relevant statute. 

            The full cost of scholarship is met by the Government of India every year without any state liability. However, the State Governments are expected to send their proposal well in advance so as to disburse the scholarship to the students within 2/3 months of the start of academic session.  






Annexure-I

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
(SCHOLARSHIP FOR TALENTED CHILDREN FROM RURAL AREAS)
CLASSES IX & X
 

Sl. No.

 

State/UT

No. of Blocks in India

No. of scholarships

(Two scholarships per block)

1.

Andhra Pradesh

331

662

2.

Arunachal Pradesh

56

112

3.

Assam

219

438

4.

Bihar

517

1034

5.

Chattisgarh

151

302

6.

Goa

11

22

7.

Gujarat

230

460

8.

Haryana

111

222

9.

Himachal Pradesh

72

144

10.

Jammua & Kashmir

119

238

11.

Jharkhand

209

418

12

Karnataka

175

350

13.

Kerala

152

304

14.

Madhya Pradesh

305

610

15.

Maharashtra

319

638

16.

Manipur

33

66

17.

Meghalaya

32

64

18.

Mizoram

22

44

19.

Nagaland

52

104

20.

Orissa

314

628

21.

Punjab

138

276

22.

Rajasthan

237

474

23.

Sikkim

--

--

24.

Tamil Nadu

385

770

25.

Tripura

29

58

26.

Uttar Pradesh

806

1612

27.

Uttranchal

96

192

28.

West Bengal

339

678

 

UNION TERRITORIES

 

--

29.

A & N Island

5

10

30.

Chandigarh

1

2

31.

D & N Haveli

1

2

32.

Daman & Diu

2

4

33.

Delhi

7

14

34.

Lakshadweep

9

18

35.

Pondicherry

3

6

 

ALL INDIA

5488

10976








Annexure – II

ALLOCATION OF 17000 AWARDS UNDER THE
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME 2004-05
 

Sl. No.

 

State/UT

No. of Scholarships

1.

Andhra Pradesh

1351

2.

Arunachal Pradesh

4

3.

Assam

487

4.

Bihar

1229

5.

Chattisgarh

296

6.

Goa

22

7.

Gujarat

898

8.

Haryana

319

9.

Himachal Pradesh

97

10.

Jammu & Kashmir

148

11.

Jharkhand

439

12.

Karnataka

875

13.

Kerala

691

14.

Madhya Pradesh

816

15.

Maharashtra

1708

16.

Manipur

40

17.

Meghalaya

34

18.

Mizoram

4

19.

Nagaland

17

20.

Orissa

637

21.

Punjab

375

22.

Rajasthan

741

23.

Sikkim

1

24.

Tamil Nadu

1086

25.

Tripura

50

26.

Uttar Pradesh

2800

27.

Uttaranchal

124

28.

West Bengal

1421

 

 
UNION TERRITORIES
 

 

29.

A & N Island

4

30.

Chandigarh

38

31.

D & N Haveli

3

32.

Daman & Diu

2

33.

Delhi

228

34.

Lakshadweep

1

35.

Pondicherry

14

 

ALL INDIA

17000

 



Annexure – III

 MERIT LIST OF CANDIDATES OBTAINED (60% OR MORE MARKS IN AGGREGATE IN THE  SCIENCE AND COMMERCE STREAM AND 55% OR MORE MARKS IN AGGREGATE IN HUMANITIES STREAMIN IN THE EXAMINATION) PASSING – EXAMINATION HELD IN 20…… FOR AWARD OF SCHOLARSHIP UNDER THE

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME

 

Name of the University/Board…………………………………….  Aggregate Marks………………………

 

Sl. No.

Name of candidate in English & Hindi (Devanagri Script)

Percentage of marks

Rank in the Examination

State/ Union Territory from which the candidate has approved

Residential address of candidate

Income of the parents / Guardians/ Husband in the case of married unemployed girl student

Sl. No. of the Entitlement Card issued

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




ANNEXURE – IV 
 

 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY & HIGHER EDUCATION


NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
 

Name of Examination……………………………………………………………………… 

Year and month in which Examination was held…………………………………………. 

Serial No. in Merit List……………………………………………………………………. 

ENTITLEMENT CARD 

1.         The holder of this card, Shri/Smt./Kumari……………………………..…………

S/o. W/o. D/o. Shri……………………………………… has been provisionally selected for an award under the National Merit Scholarship Scheme of the Government of India on the results of the Examination held by this Board/University/ Authority in the State/Union Territory in the month & year indicated above.  He/She obtained more marks out of a total of …………….. and has secured the …………….. rank in the Merit List. 

2.         If the holder of this Card is otherwise eligible for admission in India to the course for which he/she has applied and has been selected for admission, he/she may be granted admission without payment of the registration fee, admission, fee and tuition fee which are normally payable at the time of admission, provided his/her parents/guardians income from all sources does not exceed Rs.1.00 lakh per annum and an income affidavit in the form enclosed is produced.  The fees may be adjusted from the first installment of the scholarship amount which will be payable to the holder of this card by the Government.  The Director of Public Instruction/Director of Collegiate Education/Director of Education of…………………. is the authority administering the National Merit Scholarship Scheme and the payment scholarship amount will be done by him through the Head of the Institution, where the scholarship holder is studying. 

3.         The Head of the Institution where the scholarship holder is studying would receive the first installment of the scholarship amount as soon as the joining report of the holder in the prescribed proforma is sent to the office mentioned in para 2 above.

 

 

Signature 

 

                                                                        Seal of the
                                                                                   Secretary, Board of Secondary Education 

or
              Registrar of the University. 

or 

Officer Incharge for preparing Block-wise merit list
for award of scholarships in IX Class in rural areas  

(The Principal may keep this in safe custody till the scholar leaves the Institution)

 






ANNEXURE - V
 

INCOME AFFIDAVIT 

            Declaration of income of Parent/Guardian for the year (ending on 31st March of a year) for purposes of scholarships granted under the National Merit Scholarship Scheme. 

            I, Shri /Shrimati/Km.___________________________________son/daughter of ________________________________________________at present residing at _______________________________________________________solemnly affairm and say as follows:- 

1.         That my son/daughter/dependent Shri/Kumari______________________ who was selected in _________________________________________ under the National Merit Scholarships Scheme, is studying in ___________________________________

                                                                          (here give the name of Instt.)

2.         That my annual income in terms of NB in the preceding year ending the 31st March.200_______is Rs._________ as per details furnished in the Scheduled here under written, I also affirm that particulars of property held by me is as shown in the Schedule and that I have correctly indicated the amount on various taxes/cesses and land revenue paid by me.  I make  myself personally responsible for the accuracy of the facts and figures furnished. 

3.         That the statements made in the foregoing paragraphs are true to my knowledge. 

4.         That I further undertake that in the event of the particulars given in this declaration being found false, I shall refund to the President of India DOUBLE the amount of the scholarship to the said scholar(s) and the Government’s decision on whether the declaration of particulars is false shall be final and binding on me. 

 

Signature 

Name in full

             To be signed in the presence of Notary Public or a Magistrate Ist Class Magistrate Executive/ Revenue Officer/ who would also affix his signature and seal 

SCHEDULE

I.                     Extent of land held and Income    
*(a)                  Independently as owner
(i)
                 Area
(ii)
               Village
(iii)
             Survey No.
(iv)
              Land Revenue Assessment
(v)
               
Annual Income__________Rs.________ 

(b)                   Jointly as Owner
(i)
                 Area
(ii)
               Village
(iii)
             Survey No.
(iv)
              Land Revenue Assessment
(v)
               
Annual Income__________Rs.________ 

(c)        Independently as tenant
(i)
                 Area
(ii)
               Village
(iii)
             Survey No.
(iv)
              Land Revenue Assessment
(v)
               
Annual Income__________Rs.________  

II.          Property held and income (Houses, shop, buildings,house sites etc.), 

(a)               House No.______________                      (b)  Street/Road_______________

            (c)        Village/Town/City________                        (d) Area of Site_______________

(e)       Rent derived if any_________                     (f) House Tax________________

(g)               Sanitary cess or other ________  

(h)               Net Annual Income                    after deduction of item (i) and

                        (j) Rs.

 

                        Whether the whole or part of land has been given out  to tenants. If ‘yes’ particulars.

  

 

III.         Income from shops

(i) Address of shop___________________________
            (ii) Nature of trade ___________________________
            (iii) Sales Tax, Income Tax paid_________________
            (iv) Licence No.__________________
            (v) Annual Income_____________ Rs.______________

 IV         Salaries Drawn, by father and mother

(i)         Name of the employer.
            (ii)        Office/Unit in which he is working and designation______________
            (iii)       Address of Office_____________________________________________
            (iv)       1. (a) Annual Basic Pay for 200__ without_________ deduction of Income
                         TaxRs._____________
           (a)       certificate from the employee / Income Tax Authority/ Revenue     Authority may be
                       attached).
           (b)       Special Pay/Bonus.
           (c)        Deputation allowance and honoraria including NCC honoraria.
           (d)       Total of (a), (b) and (c) 

(a)       Amount of contribution to GPF
(b)       Payments towards LIC/CTD
(c)        Total of (a) and (b) 

V         Other benefits like house rent allowance, free house and other perquisites____ 

VI         Other source of Income.
                  (i)
                 Income from subsidiary industries part-time occupation Rs.____________
                  (ii)
               Amounts drawn as wages Rs.___________
                  (iii)
            
Any other income______________ 

VII        (1) Annual income of wife/ husband and of the Scholar’s Income from any  source Rs._____________

             (a)       Basic Pay for the year 200___
             (b)       Special Pay/Bonus
             (c)        Deputation allowance/Honoraria, including NCC honoraria
             (d)       Total of (a), (b) & (c). 

                        (a)       Contribution to GPF
                        (b)       Payment towards LIC/CTD etc.
                        (c)        Total of (a) & (b).

 

Signature of Parent/

Guardian of the Scholar

 N.B.    

(1)       Total income of the family should include income only of father & mother of the Scholar and of no other members though they may be earning 

(2)       If father is dead, mother’s income will be shown alongwith the income, if any, in the Scholarown name from shares, property etc. 

(3)       If both father and mother of the scholar are deceased the income, if any, in the scholar’s name only will be shown, and not the income of the guardian who may be supporting the scholar. 

(4)       Income for the purpose of Means Test is defined as under :- 

(a)       In the case of salaried class, basic pay plus income if any from other sources and would not include allowance like Dearness Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance etc. 

            (b)       In the case of income from source liable to income tax, income computed (after deduction for rebateable items) for the purpose of assessment of income tax, as per Income Tax Rules for the year 200___ - 0__, and 

(c)        In the case of income not liable to income tax, such as income from Agriculture, etc. the net income that is arrived at after deduction expenditure incurred for earning that income.         

Explanation  (I)- In the case of persons drawing income from salary under (a) and (b) dearness pay, allowance like dearness allowance, city compensatory allowance, house rent allowance or value of the rent free accommodation, conveyance allowance and overtime allowance etc. shall not be included in determining the income. Deputation allowance, N.C.C. honoraria or honoraria for undertaking other work, special pay and bonus etc. shall, however, be treated as income. 

Explanation  (II)- For the purpose of determining the salary income in clause (a) and (b) from the basic salary will be deducted  (i) Standard deduction at the rate of 25 percent of basic pay and (ii) rebate on contribution to GPF/LIC/CTD limited to 30 percent of basic salary minus standard deduction.




ANNEXURE –VI 
     

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY & HIGHER EDUCATION

 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
STATEMENT OF PARTICULARS

 

This statement of particulars should be handed over to the Head of the Institution joined by the student.  The Head of the Institution will forward it, alongwith the joining report, to the Director of Public Instruction/Collegiate Education of the State from which the student has passed the last Board/University Examination.

 

 

 

 (Pass-port size photograph to be pasted) 

 

 

            

I.                     Each item should be read carefully before the form is filled No change will be permitted after it has been submitted.  If any entry is found to be incorrect the scholarship, if awarded, will be liable to be cancelled forthwith. 

II.                   Incomplete statement or statement received after the prescribed date will not be considered. 

1.         Name in full stating whether
            Shri/Smt./Km. (in block letters)

2.         (a)       Exact Date of Birth
            (in Christian era) 

3.         Father’s Name, or if father is not alive the guardian’s name/husband name in case 
             married unemployed girl student

(a)       Name in full :
(b)       Present Home Address :
(c)        Permanent Home Address :
(d)       Profession, stating designation
(if any) and address.

 4.         Whether father/guardian is a citizen of India :

 5.         Total monthly income of both parents/guardian/ husband’s income  in case    married unemployed girl student.  An Income Affidavit as in the form enclosed should be produced in support. 

6.         Particulars of School/College/Institution last attended. 

Name of School/College Institution

Date of entry

Date of leaving

Year

Remarks, if any

 ( IF THIS SPACE IS NOT SUFFICIENT SEPARATE SHEET MAY BE ATTACHED )

 7.         (i)         Name of the last examination passed.
             (ii)        Year of Passing
             (iii)       Name of the Authority (Board or University or Authority who prepared merit list
                         for  rural  students)  which
 conducted  the examination  passed   by   the
                         applicant  together with its headquarters.
            (iv)       Roll No.
            (v)
                Total number of marks in the examination.
            (vi)
              Percentage of marks obtained in aggregate.
            (vii)
           
Rank secured in the examination.

8.         If the candidate is in receipt of any scholarship from a State Government or other institution or person, particulars should be given including the monthly rate and date from which the scholarship is being drawn.

 9.         List of enclosures sent with the statement. 

(i)         Income Affidavit
(ii)
               Attested copy of Marks Sheet for the last Board/University Examination/
            Authority in the State/Union Territory authorised to prepare merit list for
            rural students for award of scholarship in IX class

 10.       Certified that the statement made by me in this form is correct. 

I declare that in case I am selected for a scholarship, I shall devote my full time to the course of study, and that I shall not receive another scholarship from any other source.

 

Signature of the candidate

Place…………………
Dated………………...         





ANNEXURE –VII
 


NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
 

JOINING REPORT
Entitlement Card No. 

Name of Examination ………………………………………………………….….. 

Serial No. in Merit List ……………………………………………………………. 

 

Year and month in which

Examination was held

 The completed Application Form and the Income Affidavit Form are also enclosed. 

This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Kumari………………………………………………….…

 S/o. W/o. D/o. Shri/Smt.  ………………………………………… has been granted admission in this institution on the …………… day of …………….. for the ……………….. course and has started attending the First/Second/Third fourth/Fifth year class with effect from……………… 20…...

 

Principal,
Seal of the Institution

 To

            The Director of Public Instruction/Director of Education/Director of Collegiate Education

ANNEXURE – VIII 

Name of the States/UTs__________________________

Statement showing requirement of funds for 2005-06 and number of scholarships awarded during 2004-05 under National Merit Scholarship Scheme

S.
No.

Number of scholarships to be awarded during 2005-06

Requirement of funds for 2005-06 based on number of scholarships and rates

Amount lying unspent with the State as on 01.04.2005

Net requirement for the year

Number of scholarships
 awarded in 2004-05

Number of scholarships
 awarded in the year

Male

Female

Total

SC

ST

Other category

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1

@ Rs. 250/- per month

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

@ Rs. 300/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

@ Rs. 500/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

@ Rs. 750/-