- The Hindu College graduated class gathering, the Old Students Association (OSA), has set up a ”pandemic study award”.
- Understudies from families whose yearly pay is not as much as Rs 5 lakhs can profit it.
- The graduated class gathering would give Rs 20,000 as a one-time award to cover the yearly expense.
With Covid-19 making effective schooling and business holes, the Hindu College graduated class gathering, the Old Students Association (OSA), has set up a ”pandemic examination award” to furnish destitute understudies with the full yearly charges of Rs 20,000.
In an official statement on Thursday, the Hindu College OSA said that the investigation award was for understudies coming from families whose yearly pay is not as much as Rs 5 lakhs. The graduated class gathering would give Rs 20,000 as a one-time award to cover the annual expense for concentrating in the school.
They said in the delivery that they had made this stride because “the pandemic has made serious issues for understudies from Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and they are confronting an immense test in paying the College Annual Fees.”
The most effective method to apply for the Hindu College OSA study award
“The understudies, who might want to apply for this help can present their application, alongside Family Income Certificate to Mahesh Rawat, Accounts Department, Hindu College or on his email [email protected],” the graduated class bunch said in the public statement.
Gifts being gathered for the asset.
The gathering is likewise gathering gifts for the asset.
“Graduated class are mentioned to add to this subsidize and can do as such by sending a check for ”Old Students Association, Hindu College” or by making the Donation online on our graduated class entryway. All such gifts will be qualified for charge exclusion under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act,” the affiliation said.
Long haul Hindu College study award plans
The leader of the Hindu College OSA Ravi Burman said that the graduated class bunch was intending to set up an ‘OSA – Principal PC Verma Study Grant Fund’ which would give the yearly school charges to poor understudies each year.