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Central Government Scholarship

Merit cum Means Based Scholarship for Students Belonging to the Minority Communities

Merit cum Means based scholarships will be awarded to the students pursuing technical or professional courses at Under Graduate/Post graduate level in an Institution recognized by an appropriate authority.
       
The Student must fulfill all the norms and conditions of Government of India. The selection will be on the basis of Marks obtained in the previous year and as per the target allocated by the Government of India (For Andhra Pradesh the target is 867 Fresh Students and all eligible Renewal Students who have got Scholarship in previous year).

ELIGIBILITY:
1. The annual Income of Parents/Guardian of the students from all sources does not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh.
2. Students who got admission in to a college in Technical/Professional courses on the basis of competitive examination.
3. Students who got admission without facing any competitive examination but should have got not less than 50% marks at Higher secondary (Inter)/Graduation level.
4. 30% of Scholarships will be earmarked for Girl students. In case sufficient numbers of eligible girl students are not available, then the balance scholarships may be awarded to eligible boy students.
5. The Students who are permanent residents of Andhra Pradesh, but studying other States are also eligible.
6. Students who are studying in Top listed Institutions of Govt. Of India are eligible for full courses fee and also given First priority in Selection.
7. Students who are studying in Institutions other than Top listed Institutions are eligible for course fee of Rs.20, 000/- per annum or actual fees whichever is less.
8. The Scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other Govt. Scholarship or stipend.
9. Students who got Admission in other then Category `A Convener Quota can also apply.

Note:- Those who got  the GOI Scholarship for 2010-11 shall have to apply for Renewal of Scholarship for 2011-12.
SELECTION:

  1. Distribution of Scholarships will be on the basis targets communicated by the Govt. of India among notified minorities (Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and Zoroastrians (Parsis).

Sl.No

Type of Financial Assistance

Rate for hostler

Rate for Day Scholor

1.

Maintenance Allowance (for 10 months)

Rs.10,000/-per annum (Rs.1000/- p.m)

Rs.5,000/- per annum (Rs.500/- p.m)

2.

Course Fee

Rs. 20,000/ per annum or Actual whichever is less

Rs.20,000/-per annum or  Actual whichever is less

 

Total

Rs.30,000/-

Rs.25,000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rate of Scholarship:

HOW TO APPLY:
1. The students must submit their application through online in out websitehttp://momascholarship.gov.in/minority_scholarship/ or www.apsmfc.com.
2. The hard copy (printout) of the application form along with required documents shall be submitted to the Dedicated Cell, Government of India Scholarships, 6th Floor, A.P.Haj House,Opp.Public Garden, Nampally,Hyderabadthrough the institution and forwarded by the Principal of the concerned institution.

Note: The students pursuing Post matric Scholarship courses Out side the State should submit Application through their Colleges directly to the Dedicated Cell to the address given below.

Dedicated Cell, Government of India Scholarships, 6th Floor, A.P.Haj House,Opp.Public Garden, Nampally,Hyderabad

DOCUMENTS TO BE ENCLOSED

  1. Income Certificate issued by Tahsildar/Salary Certificate from Employer.
  2. Photo Copy of S.S.C or equivalent course Marks Memorandum Attested by the Principal.
  3. Photo Copy of Previous Course (Class) Marks list, Attested by the Principal.
  4. Bonafide Certificate issued by the Institution.
  5. Proof Permanent Residence (Photo copy of Ration Card/Voter Id/ Electricity Bill / Gas Bill or any other document of Father/Guardian).
  6. Photo copy of Bank A/c Pass Book of the Student.
  7. Photograph attested by Principal.
  8. Minority Community Declaration- Affidavit on Non Judicial Stamp Paper
  9. Details of Fee particulars and Photo copies of fee receipts  

The list of  the Technical & Professional  UG and PG Courses courses for which   scholarships could be sanctioned under this scheme are as follows:-
Engineering & TechnologyCourses (B.Tech/B.E./M.Tech.)
(1) Aeronautical Engineering (AE)
(2) Agricultural Engineering (AG),
(3) Automobile Engineering (AUE),
(4) Applied Electronics & Instrumentation (AEI),
(5) Automation and Robotics (ARE),
(6) Bio-Medical Engineering (BME),
(7) Bio-Technology (BT),
(8) Ceramic Engineering/Technology (CT),
(9) Chemical Engineering (CH),
(10) Civil Engineering (CE),
(11) Computer Science and Engineering (CS),
(12) Electrical Engineering or Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE),
(13) Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE),
(14) Environmental Engineering (ENE),
(15) Food Technology (FT),
(16) Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM),
(17) Information Technology (IT),
(18) Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE),
(19) Leather Technology (LT),
(20) Marine Engineering (MRE),
(21) Materials Science & Technology (MST),
(22) Metallurgical Engineering (MT),
(23) Mechanical Engineering (ME),
(24) Mining Engineering (MN),
(25) Oil & Paint Technology (OPT),
(26) Polymer Science and Rubber Technology (PSR),
(27) Printing Technology (PT),
(28) Production Engineering (PE),
(29) Pulp & Paper Technology (PPT),
(30) Sugar Technology (ST),
(31) Textile Engineering/Technology (TXT),
(32) Transportation Engineering (TE).

Cement Technology

  1. Post graduate diploma in cement technology

Fashion Technology (Degree from National Institute of Fashion Technology)
1. B.FTech (Design): Fashion Design, Leather Dsign, Accessory Design, Textile Design, Knitwear Design, Fashion Communication.
2. B.FTech (Apparel Production).
3. Me.FTech: Management, Apparel Production, Design Space.

Management
(1) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM),
(2) Post Graduate Certificate in Management (PGCM),
(3) Executive Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Exec-PGDM),
(4) Master in Business Administration (MBA).

Pharmacy
(1) B. Pharma
(2) M. Pharma.

Architecture & Town Planning (Under Graduate and Post Graduate level courses only)
(1) Architecture (AR),
(2) Interior Design (ID),
(3) Building Construction Technology (BCT),
(4) Planning (PL).

Hotel Management & Catering Technology (Under Graduate and Post Graduate level courses only)
(1)  Hotel Management & Catering Technology (HMCT)
Applied Arts & Crafts (Under Graduate and Post Graduate level courses only)
(1) Applied Arts & Product Design (APD),
(2) Fine Arts/Applied Arts/Fine & Applied Arts (FA/AA/FAA),
(3) Fashion & Apparel Design (FAD).

MCA

  1. Master in Computer Application (MCA)

Design (Degree from National Institute of Design, Ahamdabad)
(1) Graduate diploma in design
(2) Post graduate diploma programme in design

Medical & Para Medical courses
(1) MBBS
(2) Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
(3) Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (BUMS)
(4) Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery)
(5) Post Graduate courses
(6) Bachelor of Physical Therapy (BPT)
(7) Master of Physical Therapy (MPT)
(8) Bachelor of occupational Therapy (BOT)
(9) Master of occupational Therapy (MOT)
(10) B.Sc. Nursing
(11) M.Sc. Nursing
(12) B.D.S.
(13) M.D.S.

Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry
(1) B.VSc. & A.H. (Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry)
(2) PG courses

Chartered Accountancy/Institute of Cost and Work Accountancy/Company Secretary
(1) CA (Chartered Accountancy)
(2) ICWA (Institute of Cost and Work Accountancy)
(3) CS (Company Secretary).

Law
(1) L.L.B.
(2) L.L.M.

Students studying in institutes listed in the scheme (70 institutes) will be entitled to reimbursement of full course fee. Students studying in other recognized institutes will be entitled for reimbursement of a maximum course fee of Rs.20,000/- per annum.

List of institutions eligible for reimbursement of full course fee under merit cum means based scholarship scheme for the students belonging to minority communities.
(1)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016..
(2)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), P.O. IIT, Kanpur – 208076
(3)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), Powai, Mumbai – 400076.
(4)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), P.O. Kharagpur, – 721302.
(5)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), P.O. IIT, Chennai – 600036.
(6)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), North Guwahati, Guwahati – 781039.
(7)    Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT), Roorkee – 247667.
(8)    Indian Institute of Management, Vastapur, Ahmedabad-380015.
(9)    Indian Institute of Management, Bannerghat Road, Bangalore-560076.

 (10)  Indian Institute of Management, Joka, Diamond Harbour Road, Kolkata-700104.
(11)  Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, Kunnamangalam, P.O., Kozhikode -673571, Kerala.
(12)   Indian Institute of Management, Indor, Pigdamber, Rau, Madhya Pradesh-453331.
(13)   Indian Institute ofManagement, Prabandh Nagar, Off. Sitapur Road, Lucknow-226013.
(14)   National Institute of Technology, Calicut-673601.
(15)   S.V. National Institute of Technology, Surat – 395607 (Gujarat).
(16)   National Institute of Technology, Hazaratbal Srinagar – 190006. J&K.
(17)   Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad – 211004. (UP)
(18)   National Institute of Technology, Durgapur-713209.(West Bengal).
(19)   National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur – 831014, (Jharkhand).
(20)   Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur – 440001.
(21)   National Institute of Technology, Srinivasanagar, Surthakal – 574157.
(22)   National Institute of Technology, Warangal – 506004.(AP).
(23)   Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur – 302017. (Rajasthan)
(24)   National Institute of Technology, Rourkela – 769008, (Orissa).
(25)   Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal-462007
(26)   National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli-620015
(27)   National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra – 132119. (Haryana)
(28)   National Institute of Technology , Silchar – 788010. (Assam)
(29)   National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur – 177001. (Himachal Pradesh)
(30)   National Institute of Technology, Patna, Bihar
(31)   Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, G.T. Road, Bye Pass, Jallandhar- 144004. Punjab.
(32)   National Institute of Technology, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
(33)   National Institute of Technology, Agartalla, Tripura
(34)   ABV- Indian Institute of Information Technology and Managaement, (ABV-IIITM), MITS Campus, Gwalior – 474075.
(35)   Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Nehru Science Centre. Kamla Nehru Road, Allahabad – 211002.
(36)   Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing (IIITDM), IT Bhavan, Jabalpur Engg. Campus, Ranjhi, Jabalpur – 482011. Madhya Pradesh.
(37)   Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing (IIITDM), Kancheepuram, Tamilnadu.
(38)    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore – 560012.
(39)    Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad – 826004, Jharkhand.
(40)    National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology (NIFFT), P.O. Hatia, Ranchi – 834003, Jharkhand
(41)    National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Vihar Lake, P.O.-NITIE, Mumbai-400087.
(42)    School of Planning & Architecture, I.P. Estate, New Delhi – 110002
(43)    North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST), Nirjuli-79110 (Itanagar), Arunachal Pradesh.
(44)    Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology (SLIET), Village-Longowal, Distt.- Sangrur, Punjab-148106.
(45)    All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
(46)    Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh.
(47)    National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences, Bangalore.
(48)    Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education & Research, Puducherry.
(49)    Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi.
(50)    Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital New Delhi.
(51)    Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi
(52)    National Institute of Design, Ahemdabad
(53)    National Council for Cement and Building Material, Ballabhgarh, Haryana
(54)    Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi
(55)    Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Kolkata
(56)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi,
(57)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore,
(58)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai,
(59)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Gandhinagar,
(60)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Hyderabad,
(61)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Kolkata,
(62)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Mumbai
(63)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Raibareli
(64)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Kannur (Kerala)
(65)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bhopal
(66)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Shillong
(67)    National Institute of Fashion Technology, Patna
(68)    Indian Institute of Tourism & Travel Management, Gwalior
(69)    Indian Institute of Tourism & Travel Management, Bhubaneshwar
(70)    Indian Institute of Tourism & Travel Management, Goa

Any Other clarification contact Mr. Md. Dilawar Ali, R.O
Phone No.040-23244368, 9849901134

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Pre Metric Scholarship

Pre Metric scholarship will be sanctioned to the economically backward minority students studying in class 6th to 10th whose parent/guardian income is below Rs 1 lakh per annum. The rates of Scholarship are as follows:

Class

Scholarship Amount

6th to 8th Class

Rs 600 per annum

IX to X Class

Rs 800 per annum

 

 

 

Eligibility Criteria

Pre Metric scholarship will be sanctioned to the economically backward Minority students from 6th to 10th Class, Whose family income does not exceed Rs 1 lakh- per annum. The Scholarship amount shall be disbursed to the students who put in 75% attendance in normal time.

Procedure for Disbursement

  1. The eligible students should submit filled in application forms through the institutions to the Executive Director/DMWOs of the concerned districts.
  2. On receipt of scholarship forms, EDs/DMWOs will scrutinize all application forms and data will be enterd in the website through online and submit the eligible students list to the selection committee for approval.
  3. The Selection Committee consists of Joint Collector, District Education Officer, ED APSMFC/DMWO. The list will be approved by the committee duly following the procedure for sanction of scholarships.

 

Release and Disbursement

The scholarship amount will be released to the students bank account directly from the ED/DMWO's office.

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Micro Credit to Self Help Groups


Scheme to be implemented through Bank. The SHGs provided Revolving fund / Grant with regularly savings over a period of 6 months based on Credit rating can avail Micro Credit. 

PATTERN OF ASSISTANCE: 
In the First phase each member of the Group will be provided Rs.10,000/- for viable economic activity. In the Second phase further Credit facility of Rs.20,000/- to each member of the group (i.e. double the earlier loan) subject to regular & full payment of Bank Loan availed. Subsequently last phase credit facility of Rs. 30,000/- to each member of the group subject to regular & full payment of Bank Loan availed. 

Eligibility: 
1. Minority women and must be a member in self-help group 
2. Self help Groups having availed Revolving fund from DRDA and Municipalities are also eligible after (6) months of availment of Revolving Fund. 
3. Homogeneous (Minority) groups are eligible for availing Micro Credit from APSMFC 
4. Heterogeneous Groups (Mixed Groups) in which 80% minorities & 20% belonging to SC,ST,BC and other OBCs are also eligible for Micro Credit. 
5. Senior SHGs i.e. (2) years above groups who have not availed revolving fund from any Government Agency are also eligible for Micro Credit. 
6. Annual Income for Minority families should be below Rs.50,000/- per annum. 

Note: Self help Groups who are having accounts in Mutually Aided Co-Operative Societies (MACS) successfully operating are also eligible for Micro Credit loan subject to their operation in accordance to the MACs act. 

Pattern of Assistance: 
1. 50% subsidy from Corporator, subject to maximum of Rs.30,000/- 
2. 10% Group Savings 
3. Remaining Bank Loan 

Interest Subsidy: (Pavala Vaddi): 
To ensure fiscal discipline and prompt repayment of Bank loan by each member of the group interest subsidy to reduce interest burden by subsiding the interest over and above 3% charged by bank. 

The Detailed guidelines are available in G.O.Ms.No.30,Dt.23-07-2008 at downloads (Government Orders)

Training & Employment:

To empower minority youths for their economic development, the Corporation is arranges to impart training under various trades like Asst. Emergency, Home Patient Care Service, Hospital Data Entry Operator, Physiotherapy Assistant, Operation Theater Assistant, Asst. Dialysis Technician, Heavy Motor Vehicle Driving, Technician (Operator Excavating Machinery), Technician (Masonry), Technician (Painting and Decoration), Technician (Bar Bending and Steel Fixing), Technician (Electrical House Wiring), Technician (Plumbing & Sanitation and other demand oriented traders to the minorities so as to become self employable.

Entire Institutional training cost will be born by the Corporation besides Stipend of Rs 350/- and Rs 1,000/- respectively to Local and Non-Local will be paid to the Minority Youth under going Training Programme. 

See Annexure I attached below for details.
ANNEXURE I – TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT - DETAILS


Sl.No.

Name of Training/ Course

Qualification

Age

Duration in months.

Stipend

Local Rs.

Non Local Rs.

1.

Asst. Emergency Technician

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/- P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

2.

Home Patient Care Service.

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

3.

Hospital Data  Entry Operator.

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

4.

Physiotherapy Assistant

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

5.

Operation Theater Assistant.

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

6.

Asst. Dialysis Technician

SSC

18 -33

08

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

7.

Heavy Motor Vehicle Driving.

LMV License + not less then 1 year.

18 -33

03

Rs.350/-P.M

Rs.1000/-P.M

8.

Technician (Operator Excavating Machinery)

I.T.I. Diploma (Mechanical) Non Local

18 -33

02

Payment of Lodging & Boarding charges to Institute.

Payment of Lodging & Boarding Charges. to Institute.

9.

Technician (Masonry)

To read & write

18 -33

03

Rs.350/- P.M

Payment of Boarding Charges to Institution.

10.

Technician (Painting & Decoration)

VII Standard

18 -33

03

Rs.350/- P.M

-do-

11.

Technician (Bar Bending & Steel Fixing).

VII Standard

18 -33

03

Rs.350/- P.M

-do-

12.

Technician (Electrical House Wiring).

-do-

18 -33

03

Rs.350/- P.M

-do-

13.

Technician (Plumbing & Sanitation)

S.S.C. Pass

18 -33

03

Rs.350/- P.M

-do-

•         Annual Income of the Parents / Guardian should be less than Rs.55,000/-P. A.
•         On selection caution deposit of Rs.500/- (Five Hundred only) each D.D. in favour of APSMFC is to be submitted.
•         The above training will be organized at Hyderabad only.  On selection and 75% and above attendance in Training Class the stipend will be given.
•         Preference should be given to Higher Qualification, more age with in the age limit and lower income within the limit prescribed.

•         In case of Christian, community certificate has to be obtained from concerned Tahasildar/Transfer Certificate of School.
•         Students and others who are undergoing education or any other training need not apply Original T.C. is compulsory to be produced and submitted at the time of interview, which will be returned on completion of training.
•         Applicants can sent/submit their application at the O/o the A.P. State Minorities Finance Corporation, O/o Dist. Minorities Welfare Officer,  in the respective Districts or in the O/o Executive Director where DMWO. Office is not available.
•         Those who are interested to under go training at Hyderabad need apply.
•         The last date for receipt of application is 06-10-2008.

Note: The entire expenditure of the training along with stipend will be borne by the A.P.State Minorities Finance Corporation.

ANNEXURE I – II PHASE - DETAILS


Sl.
No 

Name of Training/Course

 Qualification

Age

Duration in months.

                 Stipend

Local Rs.

Non Local Rs.

1.   1.

Beautician:

SSC

18-33

03

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

2.    2.

Certificate Course in  Telecom Sales.

Intermediate or any Graduate

18-33

01

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

3.    3.

B.P.O. Tech (Business Promotion Out  Sourcing).

Graduation.

18-33

03

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

4.    4.

Maintenance &Trouble shooting.

Intermediate any Graduate

18-33

1 ½

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

5.    5.

Curtain Stitching & Readymade Garments.      (for local candidates only)

7th Class

18-33

03

350/-P.M

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6.    6.

Air Hostess & Flight Stewards.

Inter Pass & Above.

18-33

06

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

7.    7.

Hospitality Management(Hotel Management)

SSC & above

18-33

03

350/-P.M

1000/-P.M

8.    8.

B.P.O. (Call Centre) Business Promotion Out Sourcing.

Inter Pass

18-33

02

Payment of Lodging & Boarding charges to Institute.

Payment of Lodging & Boarding Charges. to institute.

9.    9.

Industrial Sewing  Machine Operation

7th Pass & above.

18-33

03

350/-P.M

 Payment of Boarding Charges to Institution.

•         Annual Income of the Parents / Guardian should be less than Rs.55,000/-P. A.
•         On selection caution deposit of Rs.500/- (Five Hundred only) each D.D. in favour of APSMFC is to be submitted.
•         The above training will be organized at Hyderabad only.  On selection and 75% and above attendance in Training Class the stipend will be given.
•         Preference should be given to Higher Qualification, more age with in the age limit and lower income within the limit prescribed.
•         In case of Christian, community certificate has to be obtained from concerned Tahasildar/Transfer Certificate of School.
•         Students and others who are undergoing education or any other training need not apply Original T.C. is compulsory to be produced and submitted at the time of interview, which will be returned on completion of training.
•         Applicants can sent/submit their application at the O/o the A.P. State Minorities Finance Corporation, O/o Dist. Minorities Welfare Officer,  in the respective Districts or in the O/o Executive Director where DMWO. Office is not available.
•         Those who are interested to under go training at Hyderabad need apply.
•         The last date for receipt of application is 06-10-2008.

Note: The entire expenditure of the training along with stipend will be borne by the A.P. State Minorities Finance Corporation.

Training and Employment application form is available on APSMFC Website: http://www.apsmfc.com/

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Pre Metric Hostels

Pre Metric Hostel facilities for Minority students are established by Government of Andhra Pradesh with an objective to provide improved access to school education to those minority children who are denied or who have difficulties in accessing school education. Government has sanctioned (12) Pre Metric Hostels vide GOMs No 18, Minorities Welfare (MFC) Department, dated 11/07/2007 at the following districts with an intake of 100 candidates.

(1) Rangareddy (Boys), (2) Medak (Boys), (3) Mahboobnagar (Boys), (4) Kadapa (Boys), (5) Chittoor (Boys), (6) Krishna (Boys), (7) Nizamabad (Girls)* (The Pre Matric hostel at Nizambad has been converted as Post Matric Hostel for Girls vide G.O.Rt.No.333, Minorities welfare (MFC) Department dt. 18-07-2008), (8) Adilabad (Girls), (9) Kurnool (Girls), (10) Anantapur (Girls) and (11) Guntur (Girls) (12)Hyderabad * (The Pre Matric hostel at Hyderabad has been converted as Post Matric hostel vide G.O MS No:1 Minority welfare (MFC) dept, dated 02-02-2008).

Therefore, for the benefit of Minority children, the city, town areas, which have the best network of schools, are identified, to enable the Minority children particularly from interior backward areas to access the school at these places. 

District Wise Details

  • Pre Matric Hostel admission form available at downloads

 

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Government Orders       (Downloaded from APSMFC Website on Thursday, May 03, 2012)

 

 

G O Ms No 34, Date 20/11/2006 - Starting of prematric hostels

G O Ms No 20, Date 17/07/2007 - Establishment of English medium residential schools.

G O Ms No 19, Date 16/07/2007 - Starting of postmatric hostels.

G O Ms No 16, Date 03/07/2007 - Reimbursement of Tution fees and special fees for postmatric students.

G O Ms No 26 , Date 30/06/2008 – Guidelines for sanction of Pre and Post Matric Scholarship and Reimbursement of Tuition Fees and special fees for eligible Minority students in the State of A.P. on saturation basis – Orders – Issued.

G O Ms No 27, Date  30/06/2008 – Enhancement of Income ceiling for BPL Minority families from the existing limit to Rs.1.00 lakh per annum for sanction of Pre and Post Matric scholarships to Minority students – Orders – Issued

G.O.Ms.No 29 , Date 21/07/2008 – Guidelines for assistance to Christian piligrimage – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Rt.No.340,Date:21-07-2008 – Conduct of Mass Marriages of Muslims- Constitution of State Level Committee-Guidelines –Issued– Issued

G.O.Ms.No.30,Date: 23/07/2008 –MINORITIES WELFARE DEPARTMENT-A.P. State Minorities Finance Corporation Ltd.- Schemes - Revised Guidelines – Issued.

Executive Directions on Reimbursement of Tuition Fee&Special Fee,Date:04-08-2008 – For the eligible Minority Students for Renewal as well as Fresh Students –Issued

L.r.No.APSCHE/Secy/CETs/Sep,Date: 05/09/2008 –Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education - Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and sanction of scholarships to the eligible Minority Students - Implementation of Government instructions - Registrar of all the Universities in the State – Issued.

G.O.Rt.No.426,Date: 04/09/2008 –Minorities Welfare Department - Mass Marriages of Christian - Constitution of State Level Committee Orders - Issued.

Lr.No.SC ST CELL/331024,Dt:09/09/2008,Registrar,Andhra University–,Visakhapatnam -Not to Collect Tuition Fee from eligible Minority Studetns for Renewal-Reg.

G.O.Rt.No:587,Date: 03/10/2008 –Minorities Welfare Department - A.P.State Minorities Finance Corporation Ltd., Hyderabad - Waiver of Loans including interest which are less than Rs.1.00 Lakh - Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.125,Dt.03-05-2010–Minorities Welfare Department - Formation of Andhra Pradesh Noorbasha/Doodekula Muslims Cooperative Societies Federation Limited - Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.66,Dt.08-09-2010–SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT - Streamlining of Post Matric Scholarships to SC/ST/BC/EBC/Minorities/Physically Challenged - guidelines to be followed for reimbursement of fees to the colleges and payment of scholarships to the students – Orders – Issued

G.O.Rt.No.1307,Dt.13-09-2010–Issue of Income Certificate by Revenue Authorities for grant of Post Matric Scholarships and fee reimbursement to students – Recommendation of Group of Ministers – Redesigned Income Declaration Form – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Rt.No.1551,Dt.04-11-2010–Issue of Income Certificate by Revenue authorities for grant of Scholarships/Fee reimbursement to students – Certain instructions
issued - Regarding – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.117,Dt.18-06-2011– Enhancement of Diet Charges to all the boarders in Government Pre-Matric Minorities Welfare Hostels on par with B.C. Welfare Department – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.118,Dt.20-06-2011– Enhancement of Maintenance Charges for Minorities Welfare students under Post Matric Scholarships for studying Intermediate Degree, P.G., and Professional Courses with effect from the academic year 2011-12 - Orders – Issued.

G.O.Rt.No.123,Dt.24-04-2012– Minorities Welfare – Muslim Mass Marriages – conduct of Mass Marriages of poor Muslim Girls – Enhancement of amount from Rs.15,000/- to Rs.25,000/- Revised sanction – Orders – Issued.

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Economic Assistance

Minority Artisans Development Scheme In Clusters (MADSC)

Interest Subsidy On Bankable Schemes 

Economic Assistance (Bankable Scheme)

Individual Assistance for Activities like Agriculture Allied, Industries, Small Business, Services, Transport etc can be taken up in collaboration with Banks at cheaper rate of Interest for Bank Share of loans.

Eligibility: 
1. beneficiary should be from Minority Community 
2. Age between 18 to 55 years 
3. Family Annual Income below Rs.50,000/- 

Pattern of Assistance : 
1. 50% subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs.30,000/- 
2. 10% beneficiary contribution 
3. Remaining Bank Loan 

Repayment of Bank Loan: 
Bank share of loan shall be recovered over a period of 3 years without any moratorium 


Interest Subsidy (pavala vaddi): 
To ensure fiscal discipline and prompt repayment of Bank loan by beneficiary. Interest subsidy to reduce interest burden by subsiding the interest over and above 3% charged by bank. 

The Detailed guidelines are available in G.O.Ms.No.30,Dt.23-07-2008 at downloads (Government Orders)

 

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Minority Artisans Development Scheme In Clusters (MADSC)

Minority Artisans Development Scheme in Cluster essentially loans Minority Artisans in Cluster approaches by providing loan through Banks for purchase of improved food kits & Small equipments to enhance productivity.

Eligibility: 
1.Should be from Minority Community 
2.Practicing Minority Artisans in the Cluster 
3.Age Limit between 18 to 55 years 
4.Family annual income below Rs.50,000/-
Pattern of Assistance: 
1. Maximum unit cost Rs.60,000/- per beneficiary 
2. 50% subsidy from Corporation subject to maximum of Rs.30,000/- 
3. 10% Beneficiary contribution
4. Remaining Bank Share of loan 

Repayment of Bank Loan: 
Bank loan will be provided at existing priority section lending interest rates with Repayment of loan over a period of 3 years without any moratorium. 
Interest Subsidy (Pavala Vaddi): 

To ensure fiscal discipline & prompt repayment of Bank loan by beneficiary interest subsidy to reduce interest burden by subsiding the interest over and above 3% charged by bank. 
The Detailed guidelines are available in G.O.Ms.No.30,Dt. 23-07-2008 at downloads (Government Orders)
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Interest Subsidy On Bankable Schemes

To encourage for prompt payment of Bank loan, interest subsidy will be provided to the beneficiaries to reduce interest burden by subsiding the interest over and above 3% charged by the Bank.
Eligibility:
The beneficiary should repay the Bank loan installments in time along with Interest charged by the bankers, then only the beneficiary would be reimbursed the excess interest over and above 3% paid by him to the Bank directly by the Corporation to the account of the beneficiary.
The Detailed guidelines are available in G.O.Ms.No.30,Dt.23-07-2008 at downloads (Government Orders)

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Non-statutory educational benefits and economic support schemes

(extracted from G. O. Rt. No. 455, dated 08-09-2001)

  1. NON-STATUTORY EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS:
    1. The tuition fees and special fee shall be reimbursed by the Government in respect of Post-matric students whose parents/guardians income is Rs. 33,500/- per annum or less in the case of professional courses.
    2. Post matric scholarships at the following rates shall be sanctioned to the students whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs. 33,500/- per annum in the case of post-matric general courses and Rs. 44,500/- in the case of professional courses:

      1. a.    students studying up to graduation level and residing in the college attached hostels.

Rs. 320/- per month for a period of 10 months.

      1. b.    Students studying post-graduation and professional courses and residing in College attached hostels

Rs. 370/- + Rs. 50/- (Pocket expenses) per month for 10 months.

      1. c.     Students who are not accommodated in the College attached hostels and who are maintaining themselves in the student managed hostels

Rs. 200/- p. m. for 10 months irrespective of the post-matric course they study.

      1. d.  Students who are locals and who are not accommodated in the above categories of hostels shall be sanctioned at the following rates:
        1. i) Intermediate and other undergraduate courses
        2. ii) Graduate Course
        3. iii) Post Graduate Courses
        4. iv) Professional Courses
        5. v) Diploma Courses

 

 

 

 

Rs.  80/- per annum

 

Rs. 120/- per annum

Rs. 200/- per annum

Rs. 250/- per annum

Rs. 100/- per annum

 

    1. Fellowships and contingent charges at the following rates shall be sanctioned to the M. Phil and Ph. D students whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs. 18,000/- per annum.

                M. Phil. Fellowship              :       Rs.    500/- per annum

                Contingent Charges             :       Rs. 1,000/- per annum

                Ph. D. Fellowship                :       Rs.    600/- per annum

                Contingent Charges             :       Rs. 1,500/- per annum

 

    1. Pre-matric scholarships at the following rates shall be sanctioned to the students whose parents/guardians income does not exceed Rs. 12,000/- per annum.

 

          1. (a)Students studying VI to VIII Class :       Rs. 40/- per annum

                                for 10 months.

          1. (b)Students studying IX to X Class    :       Rs.50/- per annum

                                For 10 months

          1. (c) Blind and physically handicapped

                                Students of IX and X class whose Disability is more than 40% shall be sanctioned additional 50% more                                 scholarship in each case.

          1. (d) Preference should be given merit

                                Students i.e., who secure above 50% marks in previous class.

 

MINORITIES FINANCE CORPORATION

NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS IN THE DISTRICTS OF A. P.
(Information collected from the Dept. on 29-04-2008)

#

District

Name

Cell No.

Land Line

1.

Adilabad

M. A. Rasheed

9849901137

08732-223097

2.

Anantapur

Khaja Ahmed Hussain

9849901138

0855-4246615

3.

Chittoor

Mohammed Taqadus Ahmed

9849901139

08572-221394

4.

Kadapa

V. Sapthagiri

9849901140

08562-645867

5.

East Godavari

Mohammed Amjad Ali

9849901141

0884-2351483

6.

Guntur

Mohammed Shamshuddin

9849901142

0863-245003

7.

Hyderabad

Shaik Karimullah

9849901144

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8.

Karimnagar

Mohammed Sarwar Miya

9849901146

0878-2233150

9.

Khammam

T. Samba Shiva Rao

9849901147

08742-231768

10.

Krishna

P. S. Prabhakar Rao

9849901148

0866-2576972

11.

Kurnool

S. Zameer Ahmed

9849901149

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12.

Mahaboobnagar

V. S. S. Sastry

9849901151

08542-246097

13.

Medak

Mohammed Jalaluddin

9849901152

08455-274650

14.

Nalgonda

Mohammed Saleem Pasha

9849901153

08682-245717

15.

Nellore

M. Ratnam

9849901154

0861-2339479

16.

Nizamabad

B. Ramesh

9849901156

08462-238826

17.

Prakasam

C. S. Naseeruddin

9849901157

08592-230168

18.

Ranga Reddy

M. S. K. Shavali

9849901158

040 - 23233974

19.

Srikakulam

V. Ram Gopal

9849901160

08922-230250

20.

Vizianagaram

V. Ram Gopal

9849901160

08922-230250

21.

Visakhapatnam

D. Prem Kumar

9849901159

0891-2729138

22.

Warangal

Srinivas Rao

9849901161

0870-2510533

23.

West Godavari

Mohammed Akram Ali

9849901162

08812-242463