Meritorious BPL Students get Pratidhwani Scholarship

Last Modified: 03 Mar 2024

The Pratidhwani social-cultural and welfare association distributed the first instalment of the Pratidhwani scholarship to 150 students. Under this scholarship scheme, deserving students are given financial benefit in three instalments. The total amount of the scholarship grant to each student is ₹ 24,000. In the first instalment of the scholarship, students are given ₹ 9,000. The rest of the scholarship amount will be given through the direct bank transfer in the bank accounts of the selected students.   

The Pratidhwani Scholarships are given to those students who belong to the BPL (Below Poverty Line) in the Thiruvananthapuram district and have scored A + GRADES in all subjects in the SSLC exam.

Pratidhwani Scholarship - Quick Overview

Scholarship Name

Pratidhwani Scholarship

Scholarship Provider

Pratidhwani social-cultural and welfare association

Scholarship Type

School Scholarship (Meritorious BPL Students)

For Class / Course

SSLC exam


30th Sept 2022


₹ 24,000 per student



Age Limit

14 - 17 Years


All (No Limitation)

Application Process


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Pratidhwani Scholarship for Meritorious BPL Students: Quick Overview

Deadline 30 Sep 2022
Class / Course SSLC exam
Scholarship Type School
Awarded Amount ₹ 24,000 per student
Age Limit 14 - 17 Years
Gender All
Religion All
State Kerala
Country India
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The Pratidhwani scholarships were distributed by V. S Achuthanandan, Chairman of the Administrative Reform Commission. He applauded the IT community association to have come forward to provide aid for education to the needy/ disadvantaged sections of the society. So far it is seen that under corporate social responsibility business organizations were coming forward, but now corporate employees have also started delivering their social responsibility through such associations.

The scholarship function was also attended by the Kadakampally Surendran, the Kerala Minister for Tourism and Devaswom. He also applauded this philanthropic step of the association and added further that Kerala has always emphasised the education of the common masses more than other states.