जानिए स्कॉलरशिप के नये नियम | Scholarship New Rules 2018जानिए स्कॉलरशिप के नये नियम | Scholarship New Rules 2018 #1. State of Domicile - Domicile state means the state in which students have their permanent address. Students are required to provide their domicile state correctly as the "Application Id" allotted to them will be based on domicile state and once allotted it cannot be changed under any circumstances. #2. Scholarship Category - Scholarship schemes are divided in four major categories. Students needs to select the relevant category based on their class/course in which they are studying. These categories are detailed below: 2.1 Pre - Matric Scholarship Scheme - This scholarship scheme is for students studying from Class 1st to Class 10th. 2.2Post - Matric Scholarship Scheme - This scholarship scheme is for students studying from Class 11th, 12th and above which includes Courses like ITI, B.SC, B. Com., B. Tech, Medical etc. 2.3 Top Class Scholarship Scheme - This scholarship scheme is for students studying in Top Level colleges across India such as IITs and IIMs. 2.4Merit cum Means (MCM) Scholarship Scheme - This scholarship scheme is for students doing Technical and Professional courses at graduation and post-graduation level. #3. Name of Student - Provide name as printed in educational certificates preferable class 10th certificate for students applying for Post Matric, Top Class and MCM scholarship scheme. #4. Date of Birth (DOB) - Provide date of birth as per their educational certificates preferable class 10th certificate for students applying for Post Matric, Top Class and MCM scholarship scheme. #5. MobileNumber - Provide correct and authenticated mobile number, as all the communications and authentications related to portal activities will be sent on this mobile number. In case of Post Matric, Top Class and MCM scholarship scheme one registration must be done with one mobile number. Whereas, for pre matric scholarship scheme, where students do not have mobile number they can provide their parents mobile number however, parents mobile can only be provided for two scholarship applications irrespective of number of children. #6. Email Id - Provide correct and authenticated mobile number, as all the communications and authentications related to portal activities will be sent on their email Id. #7. IdentificationDetails - Select and provide the information in this field very wisely. There are three parameters provided to students for identification such as: 7.1 Aadhar Number - In case students selects Aadhar number as the identifier, they need to provide their Name and 12-digit Aadhar number as printed on Aadhar card. Students who are having Aadhar number are advised to register with Aadhar number as preference will be given to Aadhar seeded eligible students at the time of scholarship disbursement. This will enable in directly crediting scholarship amount to student Aadhar linked bank account through Aadhar Payment Bridge (ABP) in fast track mode. 7.2 Enrollment Number - In case students do not have Aadhar number but have applied for it, they need to provide their enrollment number, which is provided to them while applying for Aadhar number. However when students receives their Aadhar number they should update the same in the portal. 7.3 Bank Account - In case students selects Bank account as identifier, provide Bank branchIFSC code, active bank account number and name of bank as printed on their bank passbook. Students also need to upload the copy of their bank passbook. In case of Post Matric, Top Class and MCM scholarship scheme one registration must be done with one bank account number. Whereas, for pre matric scholarship scheme, where students do not have their own bank account number they can provide their parents account number however, parents account number can only be provided for two scholarship applications irrespective of number of children. Tags :- स्कॉलरशिप के नये नियम,Scholarship New Rules 2018,scholarship ke nye niyam,scholraship ke new rules 2018,scholarship ke nye niyam kya hai,scholarships.gov.in,scholarship gov ke new rules kya hai,sholarship gov in,center state ki scholarship ke new rules kya hai,pre metric scholaship ke rules,post metric scholarship ke nye rules,pre metric scholarship,post metric scholarship,moma scholarship,top class scholarship scheme ke rule,how to apply for scholarship in hindi
Using a previous scholarship essay contest we hosted, where our judges received more than 4,000 essays, we noticed some frequent mistakes students make that can instantly disqualify you from an essay contest.
We thought to ourselves, "Hello, learning opportunity!
Here, an example of what NOT to do in an essay – and some tips on making yourself a better candidate for scholarship cash.
Here’s one of the essays we received for a previous scholarship contest, to help you learn the do’s and don’ts of essay writing:
“To be able to hold onto your money you have to know how to manage it. Money management is a complicated process. As teenagers we often have no idea how to manage money and we end up wasting a lot of it. But in a bad economy most of us have had a crash course in what happens when you don’t manage your money properly. We have had to delve into a world foreign and unfamiliar to us and solve our own money problems. The most successful of us have managed to still have some semblance of a social life without going over our small budgets. The keys to doing this successfully are actually quite simple.
Set up your own budget of expenses. Teenagers may not have to worry about paying a mortgage or rent but we do have to be able to pay for gas, insurance for our vehicles, and the never ending list of project expenses and supplies for classes. So you have to sit down and balance what you spend in a month with what you actually make, and whether that’s the money you get for your birthday that you manage to stretch with help from mom’s pocketbook or it’s the minimum wage that you get from the local fast food joint where you have managed to find employment the money comes from somewhere and it needs to be written down.
Review your expenses daily. This includes balancing your checkbook and reviewing your online statements, as well as calculating any emergency expenses that you were not considering. This needs to be fluid as sometimes things come up that you just couldn’t have forseen.
You have to get creative. You are not always going to have the time to sit there with a calculator crunching numbers so create small ways to keep thing balanced without having to. Send yourself easy phone reminders about a few of your expenses. Always bring your school id with you because a lot of places will give students discounted rates. And finally, just remember where your money is going it will help.”
So, what was wrong and what was right?
One thing the essay writer did correctly was to stay within the word count for the contest.
The essay contest stated within the rules that essays should range from 250-350 words and this essay comes in at 349 words. Good job!
Another positive is that the writer stayed on topic and answered the question that was presented.
However, even though the writer did stay on topic, the response took a meandering approach and didn’t take a strong or memorable stance. In short, the “meat” of the essay wasn’t there. Think of it this way: sum up in one sentence what you want the reviewer to know and remember after reading your essay. Did you get that across in a clear and concise way?
Each essay should get across at least one breakout idea (aka, the thesis statement) and the rest of the essay should focus on selling that point. If it’s a new, creative or off-beat idea, focus on selling and explaining that. If it’s a common idea, focus on trying to say it better than anyone else.
Here are a few more examples of what the essay writer did wrong:
Misspellings are the fastest way to ensure an essay is disqualified. When combing through a stack of essays, a judge will first rule out the essays with simple misspellings. Long story short: run a spell check and have someone else you trust look over it. It’s always best to get a second set of eyes.
Incomplete sentences – Remember, each sentence should have a subject (someone or something) and a verb (action). Wondering if your sentence is complete? Here’s a hint: A complete sentence tells a complete thought.
No capitalization –
it’s bad enough not to capitalize words at the beginning of a sentence, but at the beginning of a paragraph it stands out even more! Yikes!
Missing punctuation –
In this example, the writer does not have proper command over the use of commas — namely they are missing in places they should have been added and added places they are not required.
Poor grammar and sentences that don’t make sense –
The essay writer uses poor word choices, improper grammar and mistakes such as having too many spaces between words. Another example of poor grammar is the confusion of grammatical persons — in the beginning of the essay the writer uses the first person plural (we) and toward the end, the writer uses the second person (you).
Run-on sentences –
In this essay, one sentence has 72 words. As a rule, try to keep sentences no longer than 35 words each.
Keep these tips in mind the next time you write an essay. Remember, you don’t want to give the judges any reason to disqualify your essay right off the bat.
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