" Seventeen college students will receive a scholarship of Rs 3600 to Rs 4800 per year with Rs 2,000 in addition to those of the School Certificate and Rs 18,000 per year for the seven young graduate " says in the Ministry of Agro-Industry. 24 grants were awarded under the Small Farmer's Welfare Fund (SFWF) Scholarship Scheme for children planters last Thursday Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre , Bell-Village. A budget allocation of Rs 1.7 million was provided in this regard.. The grant will be paid every month.
"A sub-committee is responsible for selecting the fellows," reveals Kreepalloo Sunghoon, president of SFWF. What criteria are taken into account? To begin with, parents of beneficiaries must be registered with the SFWF counts 7,000 farmers. In addition, children of a farmer who works full time are more likely to benefit from the grant than those whose father or mother with part-time work.
"College students and students with the best results are selected, adds Kreepalloo Sunghoon . If both have the same result, it will help both of you. "