Although minority scholarships are abundant in India, access to information about them is limited. Interested candidates find it difficult to gather all the required information and often miss out on one or the other aspect of filling the application form. This leads to rejection of scholarship applications and ultimately drop-outs due to non-availability of funds to pursue education. Government websites like Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA), National Scholarship Portal (NSP) or MHRD often...
Do you have a smartphone? Do you click selfies? Well, most of us do, isn't' it? Did you know that your selfie can earn you a handsome 3000$ scholarship? Yes, you read it right. The world is a strange place. But this is what makes it interesting. The world of scholarships is no exception. In this post, we are going to tell you about eight scholarships that are outright unusual, unheard of and in some sense, weird. Here is the list of top 8 most weird and unusual scholarships that we...
Finding scholarships is one thing. Finding a scholarship that you stand a chance to win is another. New schemes are introduced every day. The Government schemes trickle down from the Centre to the States and are usually available all the year round. Then there are scholarships from private institutions, corporate houses, trusts, and individuals. India alone offers more than one crore seats every year by way of scholarships. That is an enormous number in itself. The challenge here is how to find...
If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman you educate a family (nation)'– African proverb There are a number of organizations that help women acquire scholarships for quality higher education and pursue their dreams. These organizations ensure that women, from every stratum of society, are made aware of these opportunities and are able to draw maximum benefit. Buddy4Study proudly promotes and recommends the following scholarships and encourage...
Social inequality has been in the society for as long as one can remember. Over the ages, this social inequality has directly moderated the financial inequality too. The gap between the rich and the poor is constantly widening, which thus creates more and more marginalised sections in the society. The effect of such a social structure trickles down to the lower echelons. So ultimately, it’s the kids who suffer. Kids belonging to the underprivileged sections of the society often miss out...


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