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Scholarships at Vivekanand Business School

A master’s degree popularly known as Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most popular courses that promise high-flying careers to the aspiring students. It is not just a degree but a dream for millions of students. One of the most important challenge that MBA students face today to complete their studies is the fees or financial aid. The lack of financial aid and financials stops the brightest of the students to pursue the MBA education. Not all, families can afford to pay the huge amount of fees that the MBA course requires. That is the reason why leading business schools offer financial help to the deserving candidates to complete their management studies. There are various other MBA scholarship schemes offered by the organizations like Aditya Birla Group, PNB Housing Finance, OP Jindal, etc.

Scholarships are the instruments of encouragement towards education and research for students. They are provided for candidates interested in college education, research and technical expertise Importance of scholarships is so high that even educational institutes, governments and also the sponsors are keenly interested due to hidden benefits. Scholarships in general encourage students to think of further studies. While for an education institute, scholarships provide extra funds and also help students enrolment.

At Vivekanand Business School (VBS) we have the culture of supporting all the deserving candidates by offering various scholarships. Some of the scholarships offered by VBS are as follows:

Late Karmayogi Shri. Hashu Advani Merit Scholarship

VBS has contributed to the tradition of academic excellence through its well-designed academic programs. We have always striven to honour students with brilliant academic records by providing them scholarships. A student who has scored brilliantly in their graduation can apply for the Late Karmayogi Shri. Hashu Advani Merit Scholarship.

First in Merit

50% of First Year Fees

Rs. 1,76,250

Second in Merit

30% of First Year Fees

Rs. 1,05,750

Third in Merit

20% of First Year Fees

Rs. 70,500

Fourth in Merit

10% of First Year Fees

Rs. 35,250

Fifth in Merit

10% of First Year Fees

Rs. 35,250

Late Shri. Jhamatmal Wadhwani EWS Scholarship
The Late Shri. Jhamatmal Wadhwani EWS Scholarship is for students from weaker sections of the society, with an annual income of Rs 4 lakh or less. A scholarship amount of Rs. 50,000 each is offered to three students who meet the criteria laid.

Special Encouragement Scholarships

Topper Female Student Scholarship

This merit-based scholarship is aimed at female students who have secured high marks in their PGDM course. The selected student will receive a reward amount of Rs 25,000.

Topper Scholarship to PH – Physically Challenged Student

This scholarship intends to provide financial assistance to differently-abled students based on their merit in the PGDM course. The selected student will receive a reward amount of Rs 25,000.

DL Shah Trust Merit Scholarship to Low Income Group Students
Inspired by our founder, Late Shri. Hashu Advani, VBS is committed to the cause of making education accessible to all sections of society. In collaboration with D. L Shah Trust, we provide financial assistance to 2 students from economically weak sections with an annual income lesser than 4 lakhs. Each student will receive Rs. 50,000 as an assistance in their first and second year. D.L Shah Trust is a leading NGO that makes liberal donations to the cause of education on annual basis.

Minority Scholarships
The objective of this scholarship scheme instituted by Maharashtra State Govt. and Central Govt. of India is to encourage studious students from minority communities such as Buddhist, Jain, Parsi, Sikh, Christian, Jew, and Muslim to pursue their higher education. The scholarship worth Rs 25000 is awarded on the merit-basis and is subjected to Government policies and rules and compliance of requirements and eligibility criteria.

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