Scholarship Applications for Children of Martyr and Conflict Victim

University Grants Commission has called application for scholarships for the study of higher education from the children of those declared martyrs and conflict victims by the government. The scholarships has been designed to the sons and daughters of persons who have been martyr, disappeared or wounded during the different political movements between the period of 13th February 1996 to 15th May 2006. Issuing a public notice on 17th March, the Commission called for application for scholarships to the students who are currently enrolled at Bachelor first year/semester. Those eligible to apply for the scholarships should submit their application through their respective colleges by 26th April 2021. The students must submit a photocopy of the certificate of martyr and conflict victim issued by the government and its agencies and details of academic certificates along with other supporting documents.

The scholarships will be provided as per the criteria and norms set by the ‘Guidelines for Scholarships to the Children of Martyrs and Conflict Victim for the Study of Higher Education, 2076’. The Commission has made the provision of budget in the current fiscal year for the same purpose.


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Posted on : 18th March, 2021
Posted by : Devendra Rawal
Division : Administrative Division
Updated on : 30th April, 2021

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