Unlock Your Dreams: 5,000 Scholarships for 2023-2024 – Apply Now for a Life-Changing Opportunity!

“The Reliance Foundation is currently accepting applications for 5,000 undergraduate scholarships for the academic year 2023-2024. According to an official announcement, these applications are open to all first-year undergraduate students, regardless of their chosen field of study, and the application deadline is set for October 15, 2023.

The merit-cum-merit scholarship program offers grants of up to Rs 2 lakh and an opportunity to become part of a supportive network and a vibrant alumni community.

Nita Ambani, the founder chairperson of the Reliance Foundation, has expressed her dedication to the program, emphasizing its active encouragement of applications from female students and individuals with disabilities.

The scholarship selection process involves evaluating candidates based on a range of criteria, including their performance on an aptitude exam, their class 12 grades, household income, and specific eligibility requirements. This scholarship program employs a merit-plus-means approach to identify deserving individuals pursuing undergraduate education, with the primary objective of enabling students to pursue their education without financial constraints.

Jagannatha Kumar, CEO of the Reliance Foundation, emphasized the organization’s commitment to empowering India’s youth and providing them with access to quality education. He stated, “India boasts the world’s largest youth population, and our young talents possess immense potential to elevate the nation. At the Reliance Foundation, we strive to offer opportunities and facilitate access to top-tier education. We are deeply dedicated to helping young individuals realize their aspirations and contribute to India’s progress.”

In the previous academic year (2022-2023), nearly one lakh students registered for the Reliance Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships. Among the 5,000 scholars selected based on eligibility and aptitude exam performance, 51% were women, and 97 scholars were individuals with disabilities.”

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