New Delhi, Oct.8 (Hydnow): Government of India has issued a notification calling applications from students for Award of one lakh National Means cum Merit Scholarships (NMMS), with the objective of cutting down the dropout rate.
Students in class nine, tenth, intermediate or ten plus two or equivalent courses are eligible for the scholarship. Selected candidates will be given Rs. 1,000 each per month (Rs. 12,000 a year). For selection of students for the scholarship, state level examination will be conducted. The annual income of the family should not exceed Rs. 1.50 lakh a year.
Candidates have to apply online through State government Secondary Education Board website to the school concerned. Later, the print out of the application, attested copies of annual income, caste certificates should be sent to the D. E. O. concerned.
The Hyderabad Central Crime Station (CCS) police on Tuesday sixteenth person in connection with misappropriation of fixed deposits of Telugu Akademi.
President Ram Nath Kovind will attend the centenary celebrations of the Bihar Assembly and address the members of the state legislature on Thursday.
Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu today emphasized the role of effective communication in good governance and called upon the public communicators to empower people through timely information on government’s policies and initiatives in local languages.
State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today demanded the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to resign from his post for cheating the Dalits of Telangana.
BJP Leader Etela Rajender today slammed rival ruling TRS party leaders and said that the ruling Party leaders were indulging in cheap politics by blaming him for the suspension of the implementation of Dalitha Bandhu scheme.