Eligibility for Fee Concession Govt./ University Scholarships

The income limit for Kerala State Scholarship is Rs. 10000, Rs. 12000 for Degree and Post Graduate courses respectively. The income limit for National Loan/ Merit Scholarship is below Rs. 25000 for Degree courses while there is no income limit for Post Graduate courses. All Scholarships except University Merit Scholarship are awarded on the basis of merit cum means, subject to the number allotted each year.
Fee concessions and stipends are available to students of Scheduled Castes/ Tribes or of other backward communities under various schemes of the Govt. Students of Socially and educationally backward classes and even those of forward communities can enjoy educational concessions, if their parent’s annual income is below Rs. 25000/- (excluding D.A) and Rs. 42000/- for Degree and Post Graduate courses respectively. If annual income is less than Rs. 36000/- the Post Graduate students are entitled to stipend also. Those who are eligible for fee concession must produce the income certificate of the parent from the village Officer at the time of admission.
Students should submit the applications for scholarship/ concession in the prescribed form in the College office within fifteen days of the commencement of their respective classes.
In the event of a scholarship or concession holder discontinuing his studies during the course of the academic year he shall return the scholarship/concession amount received before he obtains his certificates.
There are several scholarships such as University, State and National scholarships available to eligible students besides College endowments and help from the Poor Students Aid fund.
The scholarship holders shall pay their tuition and other fees of the college in full on the prescribed dates.
The continuance of all scholarships and stipends depends on good behaviour and progress in studies. Failure to gain annual promotion means forfeiture of the award. Each holder shall acknowledge receipt of his allowance in an acquittance book.
All scholarships and stipends shall cease with the examination at the end of course for which they are granted.

Students  Scholarship Fund

Almost one third of our students are from poor families.   The college has set apart an amount of Rs. 12 Lakhs for the financial assistance  to the poor and meritorious students every year.  It aims to enable them with an opportunity to pursue the courses at the graduate or postgraduate level.

  • Scholarships
    A. Financial support from Government and Non-governmental
    1. Central sector Scheme of Scholarships for College and University Students 2020-21
    2. MOMA Scholarships 2020-21

    MOMA Scholarships 2020 – 2021: Minority Scholarships, Eligibility, Application Dates

    3. National Scholarship Portal NSP

    National Scholarship Portal NSP 2020 Scheme, Eligibility, NSP Scholarship

    4. Ministry of Minority Affairs: Merit –cum-means (MCM) scholarship

    Merit-Cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship 2019-20 | Scholarship List, Eligibility, Award

    5. .Ministry of Minority Affairs
    Schemes/post-matric-scholarship- Scheme for “Post-matric Scholarship for students
    belonging to the Minority Communities
    6. Scholarship for Indian girls and women -list of scholarships for girls

  • List of scholarships for girls
  •  1. Technip India Limited Scholarship Program
     2. Lady Meherbai D Tata Education Scholarship
     3. Pragati Scholarship – AICTE-Scholarship Scheme to Girl Child (SSGC)
     4. Glow and Lovely Scholarship
     5. Begum Hazrat Mahal National Scholarship
    6. L’Oréal India For Young Women in Science Scholarship.
     7. Internshala Scholarship: Career Scholarship for Girls
     8. DST Women Scientist Fellowship (WOS-B)
     9. DST Women Scientist Fellowship (WOS-A)
     10. Dr. Reddy’s Foundation Sashakt Scholarship
     11. Muslim Nadar Girls Scholarship, Kerala

7. UGC Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Single Child Scholarship Scheme 2020-21

8. UGC Post-graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child for PG Programmes
9. Kerala Post Matric Scholarship

Kerala Scholarship 2020-21 (Pre/Post Matric) Application Form, Eligibility

10. Kerala Minority Scholarships www. in

a) Professor Mundassery Scholarship
b) Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Scholarship
c) Mother Theresa Scholarship
d) Scholarship scheme for preparing for Civil Service Examination
e) CH Mohammed Koya Scholarship for minority girls
f) Scholarships for Accounting Courses

11. Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities: Post-matric Scholarship for
Students with Disabilities
12. Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities: Scholarships for Top Class
Education for students with disabilities.
13. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment: Top Class Education Scheme for SC
14. Ministry of Labour and employment: Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of
Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers – Post-Matric
15. Ministry of Tribal Affairs: National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of
ST Students – Scholarship (Formally Top Class Education for Schedule Tribe Students) –
only for scholarships
16. Ministry of Higher Education: Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships for College and
university students
17. WARB, Ministry of Home Affairs : Prime Minister's Scholarship Scheme For Central
Armed Police Forces And Assam Rifles
18. WARB, Ministry of Home Affairs : Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme for Wards of
States Police Personal Martyred during Terror/ Naxal Attacks
19. RPF/RPSF, Ministry of Railway: Prime Minister's Scholarship Scheme For RPF/RPSF
20. Online Scholarships, Department of Collegiate Education, Government of Kerala
Types of Scholarships
1)Post Matric Scholarship For Minorities -NSP(PMS)
2)Central Sector Scholarship -NSP(CSS)
3)State Merit Scholarship -DCE(SMS)

4)District Merit Scholarship -DCE(DMS)
5)Merit Scholarship to the Children of School Teachers -DCE(MSCT)
6)Hindi Scholarship -DCE(HS)
7)Muslim Nadar Girls Scholarship-DCE(MNS)
8)Sanskrit Scholarship -DCE(SSE)
9)Suvarna Jubilee Merit Scholarship-DCE(SJMS)
10)MGS Renewal(MGS)
11)Blind/PH Scholarship -DCE(BPHFC)
12)Music Fine Arts Scholarship -DCE(MFAS)
13)Scholarship for dependent of Jawans -DCE(JS)
14)ASPIRE Scholarship -DCE(ASPR)
15)Post Metric Scholarship For Disabilities -NSP(PMSD)

21. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education :
scholarships/fellowships offered by the foreign countries under Cultural/Educational
Exchange Programmes
22. Educational Assistance under KPCR
KPCR Educational Assistance to SEBC: online portal: https:/
23. Vidya Samunnathi (Educational Schemes)
24. Indian Institute of Science Postdocs Positions for Indian Students
Http:// postes-vac/Advt Raman Postdocs.pdf
25. KSHEC Higher education Scholarships
26. PG Scholarship –GATE/GPAT
27. External Scholarships

28. Indian Government Scholarships to study abroad.
29. International Scholarships
2. KTH India Scholarships for Master’s Programmes
3. The Chevening Gurukul Fellowship for Leadership and Excellence UK
Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office’s flagship fellowship for India.
4. Common Wealth Scholarships
5. Scholarships funded by organizations and UK Higher Education Institutions
6. Common Wealth Scholarships and fellowships
7. Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships
8. The Flemish Ministry of Education and Training awards scholarships for master's
programmes in Flanders and Brussels
9. Warwick Medical School: International Doctoral Training partnership
10. Chalmer’s Volvo Group Scholarships for Indian and Chinese Students in Sweden
11. Indian Institute of Science Postdocs Positions for Indian Students,
12. Amity Global Institute Merit Scholarship, Singapore.

B. Aloysian Scholarships
1. Scholarship for degree Rank Holders ( the first four ranks) of any University who join
for postgraduate programmes of Physics, Chemistry, Statistics, Zoology and M Com in
the various departments of the College ( The degree Rank Holders of Autonomous
Colleges will not be considered)
2. Scholarship for the fifth semester students of the UG Unaided Departments who
consistently score above 90% or above in the University Examinations of the previous
four semesters.

3. Scholarship Aid Fund, for two students from each aided UG class, for one student from
unaided UG class and one student each from aided and unaided PG class.
4. Student Aid Fund (PD/Ac) for one student form each aided UG and PG department.
5. PTA Award for one student from each UG and PG (Aided/Unaided)
6. Best Student Award by teaching staff club for one student from I,II & III year UG classes
and for one student from PG classes
7. Incentives for Faculty of unaided PG departments which have secured consecutively for
three years any of the first four ranks at the University examinations.
8. Incentives for Faculty of unaided PG departments which have a minimum of 50% of
students qualifying in the UGC NET/JRF