Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana: Many schemes have been provided by the government to support education for people who fall under backward classes and are below the poverty line.
The level of education that is supported by them is of a secondary and senior secondary level; however, many people fail to avail any education after senior secondary because of lack of monetary resources.
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Review 2020
• Top universities in India charge a lot of fees because of the level of education that they provide. Taking this into account, the government came up with a plan which is known as Kishore VaigyanikProtsahan Yojana (KVPY).
• In the above program, the depart of science and technology of the government of India provides a scholarship to those students who want to pursue their career in the field of science and research.
• The major focus of this scheme is to promote research programmes in the country so that it enhances the development of the nation by building better and more efficient systems.
• The students who qualify Kishore VaigyanikProtsahan Yojana Exam are eligible for the fellowship as well as admissions into institutes like IISC or IISER based on additional criteria. This exam has 3 Streams: SA (Class 11), SX (Class 12), and SB (First year BSc). The Student has to score 75% in the aptitude test and interview marks (25%) to get the fellowship.
• The amount provided is INR 5000 per month for undergraduate students from 1st to 3rd year with an annual contingency grant of Rs.20,000 and INR 7000 for post-graduation students with an annual contingency grant of Rs. 28000.
• The exam has two phases where the first result is announced in December the result for the second round is declared in March which is the final result.
• The only other verification that happens apart from this is of the student’s documents and then they are granted the scholarship.
• India, being a developing nation, has billions of young people with teeming minds and innovative ideas.
• If they are given the facility to avail an opportunity then they can help in the development of the nation by providing them, with valuable researches as well as insights.
• The day all of our youngsters are aware of the schemes that have been introduced by the government will be the day when India will be free in a real sense.
There are many flaws in such programmes; however, the government always welcomes any suggestions. With the current laws in place, you can write a letter to the PMO (Prime Minister’s Office) and they act immediately. (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Review 2020)