Donors

Financial Aid for Student Scholarships

For Donors

Motto

Meritorious students who are eligible for admission into the programmes at the university, from the economically weaker sections of society, will not be deprived of higher education for want of the financial means to do so.

Particulars

  • Students who have been granted admission on merit, can apply for scholarship to the university, with such information as prescribed or called for by the university.
  • The Financial Aids Committee will evaluate the student’s need for scholarship based on their family income, past track-record and the fee payable for the programme in which they are granted admission.
  • Scholarships will be applicable only for the fee payable for the programme. All additional costs over and above the fee; including but not limited to personal expenses, travel, participation in university events etc will have to be borne by the students.
  • Students will also fund the refundable caution money deposit from their own sources. The caution money shall be refunded to the student on completion of their degree/diploma for which admitted.
  • Scholarships can be for 30%, 50% or 100% of the fees, as decided by the Financial Aids Committee.
  • Students will be assigned to a specific scholarship in which they are awarded.
  • Donors can assign scholarships for any programme at the university; however, the university encourages scholarships for the 5-year Integrated Masters programmes under the Gurukula mode.
  • The fee-chart for Indian students for programmes offered in 2017-20 or 2017-22 batch are as follows: –

 

At Kochi Campus At Pune Campus
Programme Name Fee payable Programme Name Fee payable
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) – 3 years 1,33,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A. (Hindustani Vocal) – 5 years 1,43,000

per annum

B Com (Bachelor of

Commerce) – 3 years

1,33,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A.-(Hindustani Bansuri)–5 years 1,43,000

per annum

B.A. (Bachelors – Sanskrit-Vyakarana) – 3 years 1,29,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A.-(Hindustani Violin)–5 years 1,43,000

per annum

B.A. (Bachelors – Sanskrit-Darshanas) – 3 years 1,29,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A. – (Tabla)–5 years 1,43,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A. (Sanskrit-Vyakarana)–5 years 1,33,000

per annum

Integrated Masters – M.A. (Advaita Vedanta)–5 years 1,33,000

per annum

 

  • Donors need to commit the scholarship amount for the full-length of the programme. An agreement will be entered into by the university with the student undertaking the scholarship, for the length of the programme. A similar agreement will be entered into by the university, with the donor granting the scholarship for that student.
  • Donors need to pay their contribution towards the student’s fees atleast 30 prior days of the applicable fee due dates for each semester; as intimated by the university.
  • While the university reserves the choice of students’ merit and their eligibility criteria for offering scholarships, donors may also indicate their suggestions or choices. The final decision shall rest with the university.
  • Donors have liberty to title the scholarship as per their choice; for eg: Shriram Foundation Scholarship in Hindustani Vocal or Shrikrishna Scholarship in Commerce.
  • Academic progress report of the student will be shared at the end of each semester with the donor attached to that scholarship.
  • Continuation of scholarships year-on-year, shall be subject to the student achieving academic grades as prescribed by the university management, at each evaluation.The scholarship amount may also vary depending on academic performance criteria that may be fixed by the university management.
  • Donors will be felicitated at the convocation when the student graduates from the university.

 

By Order

Chinmaya University

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