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    Are there any scholarships available for women who wants to pursue their Masters in India or Abroad?


    Want to know about the scholarships offered to women to pursue PG program in Computers? Searching for online links and agencies which offer such scholarships? Here, on this page find suggestions from experts.

    I am very keen to pursue my Masters in Computer Science or MBA. Are you aware of any scholarships that's offered to women to pursue their Masters?

    On internet there are so many links available but I am unable to go in the right direction because of too much vague information.

    If you personally know of any scholarships that's available and the procedure please advice.
  • Answers

    4 Answers found.
  • There are institutes which provide training for the exam and based on the marks, people receive the scholarship.
    The only way to get a scholarship is to give entrance exam with the help of training institute
    or directly apply for a specific university after matching their requirement

  • 1, Tata Housing Scholarships for Meritorious Girl Students
    This scholarship is being offered to girl students on a merit-cum-means basis. A maximum of 60,000 to girl students who belong to the economically backward sections. This Scholarship will be given to students in the fields of MBA
    2. Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child:
    This scholarship is offered by UGC. This is for PG Programmes. An amount of Rs.3100/- monthly to girls who are the only child to their parents. This is applicable to twin daughters or fraternal daughter also. The scholarship will be given for 2 years. The maximum age limit is 30 years.
    Similarly, many scholarships for different courses are available.

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  • You can apply for a scholarship at the university you'll be studying. Many universities offer scholarships to meritorious students. You can apply for a scholarship after you get admission, that is the usual process. Get yourself a seat, in a reputed university, and then apply for a scholarship. That will increase your chance of getting a scholarship. Several corporate houses fund education programmes and offer scholarships. Explore those avenues. Check the big names in the industry - Ambani, Tata, Birla, Godrej and the like.

    I have written several articles on scholarships available for PG programmes in universities abroad. I am attaching the links for your benefit -

    Top International Government scholarships to fund your studies abroad
    Scholarships to fund your education in Germany
    Funding for your New Zealand education
    Fund your Bachelor's or Master's with study in Sweden scholarships
    Top US scholarships for Indian students to study abroad
    Top 5 courses to study in Singapore
    Study in South Korea
    Best countres to study abroad besides UK and USA
    Apply for GP Birla Educational Foundation Scholarships
    List of scholarships that you can apply for are listed towards the end of the article

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  • In many institutions and universities scholarships are available but they are basically on merit basis. So if one gets admission on merit basis then only chances of scholarships arise. Sometimes there are examinations held for scholarships and based on the performance these are given to the students. At the same time most of these institutions have some quota reserved for SC/ ST/ OBC candidates also and their merit is generally different from the normal list. Some scholarships are given to financially weaker sections of the society also and generally the income limit of parents in such cases should be less than 2 lakhs per annum. In some states in our country, this limit is proposed to be increased to Rs 3 lakhs.

    Then there are some foundations which run some colleges or are affiliated to some other colleges as a philanthropic measure and they have some reservations for girl students in different courses. But these mainly offer scholarships to weaker sections of society. For example one such charitable organisation is Sitaram Jindal Foundation in Bangalore which offer specific scholarships for the girls/ women. One can find out from them the possibility of any such help in this matter. Tata Welfare Department is another agency which is also providing scholarship or educational aids to eligible women candidates. Some universities offer scholarships based on the percentile obtained by the candidate in CAT/XAT/GMAT/GRE/NMAT exam.

    Some corporates are also sponsoring girls/ women candidates for education under their CSR schemes but this is generally applicable to the area of their operations or in the vicinity of their factories or works etc.

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