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Free schooling for girls from Class VI to XII

BS Economy Bureau | September 23, 2005 09:43 IST

The government on Thursday announced free education for every single girl child from Class VI to XII from the current academic year and scholarships for girls at both under-graduate and post-graduate levels.

The Central Board for Secondary Education will offer 550 scholarships to girls, based on Class XII results, for pursuing under-graduate education in non-medical and non-engineering courses in recognised colleges.

Schools seeking affiliation to CBSE will be required to waive the entire fee for a single girl child of a family. If the only two children in a family are girls, both will be entitled to a 50 per cent fee concession.

The university grants commission will give scholarships of Rs 2,000 per month to 2,400 girls to pursue post-graduate education in any recognised institution.


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Dear Sir, Please advise Free Schooling for girls announced by the Government of India yesterday for only one girl in a family is entitled to ...


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