Sardar Patel Scholarship for Pursuing Graduation Students - Results Announced

Last Modified: 28 Jun 2022

After conducting the first and second session of Buddy4Study Sardar Patel Scholarship 2020 successfully, once-again the organization invites applications from Students Pursuing Graduation across the nation. The fellowship ground is established under the guidance of Buddy4Study India Foundation, which works to help deserving students, who face financial problems, in completing their education.

EWS students, who are currently pursuing their 1st/2nd year of a 3-year graduation programme in any stream - Arts, Science, Commerce, Special Education can apply for Sardar Patel Scholarship for the year 2021-22. The scholarship portal runs with an objective to help needy students and enable them to complete their higher education. Interested ones can submit their application at the online portal of Buddy4Study.

Sardar Patel Scholarship Latest Update 2020 – As per the latest update, the officials of Sardar Patel scholarship 2020 has released the list of 22 selected students for the Sardar Patel Scholarship for Students Pursuing Graduation 2020. Candidates can visit the official website of Buddy4Study or click on the direct link to check the names of the shortlisted candidates.

The results can be accessible only via online mode, no other mode will be applicable for result downloading procedure.

Sardar Patel Scholarship: Quick Overview

Deadline 30 Jun 2022
Class / Course Science, Art
Scholarship Type College Level Scholarship
Awarded Amount ₹ 15,000
Age Limit N/A
Gender All
Religion All
State All
Country India
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Sardar Patel Scholarship for students pursuing graduation offers a pedestrian for the well-deserving students of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) candidates. Check complete details regarding Sardar Vallabhai Patel Scholarship 2022 below.

Scholarship Benefits

1st/2nd year of a 3-year graduation programme candidates who will be shortlisted under Sardar Patel Scholarship 2022 will be granted a one-time amount of ₹ 15,000 at their registered bank account.

Sardar Vallabhai Patel Scholarship Eligibility Criteria 2022

Meet up the eligibility norms of the scheme, presented as under:

  • The fellowship program is open only for students studying in the 1st/2nd year of a 3-year graduation programme (in any stream including Science, Arts, Commerce, Special Education).
  • Must have passed Class 12 board with minimum 50% marks
  • The annual income of the applicant’s family should be less than ₹ 6,00,000 (6 lakhs).
  • An applicant must be pursuing graduation from a recognized college/university in regular full-time mode.
  • Must be an Indian citizen having required documents.

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How to Apply for Sardar Patel Scholarship 2022?

The application process for Sardar Patel Scholarship 2022 will start from May 2022. You can pursue the following steps to apply for the scholarship:

  1. To start click "Apply Now" and complete login procedure with your registered ID and land onto the ‘Scholarship Application Page’.
  2. In case, you haven’t registered yet, complete registration on Buddy4Study with your Email/Facebook/Gmail account.
  3. Once you complete the registration process, you will now be redirected to the ‘Sardar Patel Scholarship for Students Pursuing Graduation’ detail page.
  4. In the next step, click on the ‘Apply Now’ button to begin the application process.
  5. Enter all the required details in the online application form and upload the necessary documents as part of the application process.
  6. Finally, click on the ‘Submit’ button to complete the application process.

Documents Required to Fill Sardar Patel Scholarship 2022 Application Form

  • Photo identity proof
  • Address proof
  • Class 10th or Class 12th mark sheet copy (self-attested)
  • Proof of admission with current academic year fee receipt
  • Bank account details of the scholarship applicant (cancelled cheque/passbook copy)

What is the Selection Process for this Scholarship?

The selection criteria for the Sardar Patel Scholarship for Students Pursuing Graduation' involves following stages:

  1. Screening of applied applications based on academic performance and financial background.
  2. Telephonic interviews.
  3. Face-to-face interview for final selection

Important Dates to Know

Find the dates below:

Sardar Patel Scholarship 2022

Important Dates

Beginning of application process

May 2022

Last date to apply

Not yet announced.

Screening of scholarship applications

Not yet announced.

Telephonic interviews held on

Not yet announced.

Result announced

Not yet announced.

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All the above-mentioning dates are written on a tentative basis. Visit Examsplanner scholarship portal regularly to know the current updates.

111 Comments

Abhishek Behera , March 23, 2021

Give the entrance Pleas give book

Exams Planner, April 1, 2021

There is no entrance exam. The selection will be done based on screening and interview.

Kaviya, December 7, 2020

Is all applicant gets scholarship?

Swaranjali Dattatray Matale, November 26, 2020

I applied scholarship

DORJEE KHANDU, November 23, 2020

i am BA student can i apply for it

Kaviya, November 23, 2020

Is all applicant gets scholarship sir

Abisara, November 8, 2020

I applied for a scholarship, till I did not receive any scholarship so when did I receive?

Kaviya, October 27, 2020

I am agri student ..can I apply sir

Exams Planner, November 1, 2020

Yes, you can apply.

Sonu, October 3, 2020

Sir i applied scholarship how to see screening applications

Exams Planner, October 12, 2020

You must check out the official website of the scholarship for the same.

Anil, September 22, 2020

I am in 2nd year B.VSC .can i eligible for this scholarship.

Exams Planner, October 12, 2020

Yes.

R. Praveen, July 26, 2020

I am studying final year in engineering i already applied. But i not selected. Can I apply this time. This amount should be helpful for my brother education

Exams Planner, August 31, 2020

No, it is applicable only for 1st and 2nd-year students.