Delhi University Launches Financial Support Scheme 2023-24

Delhi University Launches Financial Support Scheme 2023-24

Last Updated Jan - 04 - 2024, 07:44 PM | Source : The Indian Express | Visitors : 18

Explore the Financial Support Scheme by Delhi University for students with a family income under Rs 8 lakh.
Delhi University Launches Financial Support Scheme 2023-24

The Dean Students' Welfare office at Delhi University has announced the Financial Support Scheme (FSS) 2023-24 for students whose family yearly income is less than Rs 8 lakh. Candidates can apply for this plan until 5 p.m. on January 10.

This financial support plan is for full-time bona fide students enrolled in any UG/ PG degree program at a University of Delhi department/ institution/ center who fall into one of the following categories:

 

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  • Students whose annual family income is less than or equivalent to Rs 4 lakh. These students will receive a fee remission of up to 100% (actual fee or up to Rs 10,000).

 

  • Those with a family income of between Rs 4 and Rs 8 lakh would be eligible for a fee remission of up to 50% (real amount or up to Rs 8,000).

 

  • All fees paid at Delhi University are waived, with the exception of the examination and hostel fee.

 

Documents required in addition to the application form:

1. Self-attested copy of EWS/ OBC-NCL Certificate or Annual family income certificate issued by
competent authority after March 31, 2023. Income certificates issued by a notary will not be
accepted.


2. Self-attested copies of latest Income Tax Returns (2022-23) of the following family members:
a. Father
b. Mother
c. Sister (s) (Unmarried)
d. Brother (s) (Unmarried and below 25 years of age)


3. Self-attested copy of Pan card(s) of all the above


4. Undertaking duly signed by the applicant.


5. Signed copy of bonafide certificate duly signed by Head/ Director of the Centre/ Department/
Institute as per the format given on http://www.dsw.du.ac.in.


6. Self-attested copy of the mark sheet of the last exam passed.


7. Self-attested copy of the latest Fee Receipt.


8. Self-attested copy of Bank Passbook showing the Student’s Name, Account Number and IFSC
code or a Cancelled Cheque.

 

 

Undergraduate students pursuing BTech programmes (Computer Science & Engineering; Electronics & Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering) under the Faculty of Technology, as well as those pursuing a five-year integrated law programme (BA LLB/ BBA LLB), are not eligible to apply under this scheme because they have already received a fee waiver at the time of admission.

 

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