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Bhopal: Medhavi Vidyarthi scheme applicable on 2016 pass outs too

Bhopal: Benefit of Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana is being extended to the students who have passed 12th examination from board of secondary education securing 75 per cent marks and above and 85 per cent marks and above from CBSE in 2016 also. It may be mentioned that only students who have passed Class 12 examination in 2017 were availing of the benefit of the scheme.

To get the benefit of the scheme, annual income of parents should be less than Rs 6 lakh. Adhaar number of students is also mandatory under the scheme. Such students who do not possess adhaar number are required to present the same within three months.

Students securing up to 50,000 rank in JEE Mains Examination will get benefit of the scheme on getting admissions in government and private engineering colleges. Full fee of government college (except mess fee and caution money) will be provided by the government. As regard to fees of private college, a sum of Rs 1.5 lakh or actual fee (prescribed by fee committee, except mess fee and caution money) whichever is less, will be borne by the government.

If admission is given on the basis of separate entrance examination in any engineering college and if students secure rank under the 50,000 rank then they will be entitled for benefits under the scheme. Benefit of the scheme can also be derived by students getting admissions through National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS/BDS courses in any government medical/ dental college of the state or any private medical/dental college of MP.

Benefit of the scheme can also be derived by students getting admissions through National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS/BDS courses in any government medical/ dental college of the state or any private medical/dental college of MP.

Fee payable for the course of students getting admissions in any National Law University of the country after 12th examination will be borne by the government. Moreover, fee towards all the graduation programmes or integrated post-graduate programmes being conducted in institutions of government of India situated in the state will be paid by the state.

Source : Freepressjournal

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