Scholarship for the differently abled

A fully-sponsored course:

 Christ University, aleading college in Bangalore, is launching a fully sponsored 3 Year B.Com program for persons with disabilities. The program will be supported by a leading financial institution, which will also provide the internship and mentorship throughout the program in partnership with NGOs,Enable India & APD.

Eligibility Criteria:

•Educational qualification: Persons with disabilities who are pursuing PUC/XII in the stream of Commerce and Accountancy
•Percentage in SSLC/ X examination: 60% and above
•Total Family income: Maximum of Rs. 3.6 lakhs per annum (Rs. 30,000 per month)

The candidates who meet the basic criteria will undergo the next level of selection process, including interviews.

All the people who meet the eligibility criteria will be considered, and the most deserving candidates will be shortlisted by 17th December 2011.


if you, or someone you know, is eligible.


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