Fresh under- graduates, graduates or Ph.D. aspirants are invited to fill College Admission Scholarship Application (CASA) Form 2017 which gives the opportunity to avail scholarships based on merit to fresh pass outs. Candidates planning to build their future throughB.A., B.Arch., B.Com.B.Ed., B.Pharm., B.Sc., B.Tech., BBA, BCA, Diploma, Integrated or Dual, LLM, M.Arch., M. Phil., M.A., M.Com., M.Ed., M.Pharma., M.Sc., M.Tech., MBA, MCA, PG Diploma, Ph.D. can fill in the application form.Buddy4Study will send emails and SMSs about the colleges providing scholarships as per the information given.
Application submission closes on July 30, 2017. To check the eligibility and application procedures follow the proceedings:
• Candidates having cleared class 12 board examinations from CBSE, ICSE or state board.
• Candidates having completed graduation and looking forward to taking admission in a post- graduation course from anywhere in India can apply for this scholarship.
• The institute must be AICTE or UGC recognized where the applicant goes for the admission.
Various scholarship opportunities are available under CASA form, depending upon the credentials entered by the applicant in the form. In addition, the candidate is also eligible for INR 10,000 as per the university and Buddy4Study’s discretion.
How to Apply:
Candidate will require filling the application form.CASA is free for all students.Properly filled application form makes the applicants eligible for a specific mapping program, where the academic performance, financial situation and various other criteria will help them to find right fit university scholarship. Students would be notified about university scholarship, which they need to apply separately. The scholarship providers will receive information of the eligible candidates.
Buddy4Study is aggregating all university based scholarships at one place and then find the suitable scholarships for the students who applied for CASA. The application need to be sent to colleges separately. The scholarships are based on merit-cum-need, sports excellence, bereavement of earning family member or physically challenged students.