Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance:

The institute offers following scholarship/freeship to the students.

1.Merit-cum-Means scholarshipThe Institute offers Merit-cum-Means scholarships to under-graduate students in engineering and technology. These are permissible to about 25% of the students. The present value of Merit-cum-Means scholarship is Rs. 1000 per month for general category students and the recipient is exempted from paying tuition fee. 4-year B.Tech. and B.Tech-M.Tech. dual degree students are eligible to receive Merit-cum-Means scholarship at the time of joining the Institute. The criterion of merit for the first year is All India Rank (AIR) in the JEE. The scholarships are renewed on a yearly basis until he/she clears all academic requirements of the programme, provided that he/she continues to satisfy the eligibility and continuation criteria.

2.Institute Free Studentship 

The Institute offers free studentship to 10% of the students on the basis of means alone. The recipient is exempted from paying tuition fee. On the criterion of means, only those students are presently eligible whose parents have a gross yearly income up to Rs. 4.5 lac per annum

3.Scholarship provision for Students of SC/ST Category

i) Tuition fee exemption is admissible to all SC/ST students irrespective of their parents/guardians income.

ii)The Institute offers a scholarship of Rs. 300/- per month and exemption from paying room rent of the hostel, only to those SC/ST students whose parent'/guardians' income does not exceed the limit prescribed by the Government of India from time to time for the award of Merit-cum-Means scholarship. The students can opt for free mess facilities (basic menu) and Rs. 250/- per month as pocket allowance in lieu of the amount of the scholarship.

4.Scholarship for B.Tech. - M.Tech. Dual Degree

Students belong to B.Tech.-M.Tech. dual degree programme who have good academic performance are given a scholarship in the final year, which is at par with that given to students of M.Tech. programmes.

5.Economically backward students : The backward students (whose family income is less than Rs.1 lakh per annum, shall get full remission of the tuition fee). The other economically backward students (whose family income is between Rs.1 lakh to Rs.5 lakh per annum, shall get remission of 2/3rd of the tuition fee. This has no reference to the caste category of the students.

In addition to above mentioned scholarships there are few other scholarships awarded by State Govt./NGO's and some external agencies