NGO Scholarships

Key Information

Conducted By Non-Government Organisations
Eligibility Students pursuing class VII to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
Region India
Rewards Up to INR 80,00,000
Last Date of Application December 31, 2022

The NGO scholarships are offered to various students who are financially deprived and aren't able to pay for their education. Non-government organizations provide these scholarships. Apart from the central state government, several NGOs offer scholarships to students and help them provide the required monetary help to achieve their ambitions. Various NGO scholarships are listed below. 

Note: NGO scholarships application for 2023 still needs to be updated. However, the expected date for 2023 will be declared soon.

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List of NGO Scholarships

The non-government organizations promote various NGO scholarships for deserving candidates. A list of NGO scholarships for 2023 is given below.


Eligibility Criteria


Sitaram Jindal Foundation

Students pursuing class XI to postgraduate degree including ITI, diploma and professional courses

INR 3,200 per month

Aga Khan International Scholarship

Students pursuing postgraduate courses and  students must be under 30 years of age with a consistent excellent academic performance and must have enrolled themselves in renowned universities.

Reimbursement of educational and other expenses.

Dr Reddy's Foundation Sashakt Scholarship

Girl students who have passed their class 12th examinations.

INR 2,40,000 for 3 years

ONGC Scholarship

Candidates pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

INR 48,000

Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation

Indian citizens with a first-class undergraduate degree

INR 80,00,000

Narotam Sekhsaria Scholarship

Students should hold an undergraduate degree

Offers interest-free loans

Tata Trust Scholarship

Candidates from class VIII to postdoctoral level

INR 10,00,000

Azim Premji Fellowship

Undergraduate degree holders with four to ten years of work experience

INR 35,000 

Fair and Lovely Scholarship

Women who are between 15 to 30 years of age should have passed the class XII board exams

INR 50,000

G P Birla Educational Foundation Scholarship

Students should have scored 80% or above in their class XII board exam

INR 50,000

How to Apply for NGO Scholarships?

The candidates can apply for the preferred NGO scholarships fulfilling the eligibility criteria for various scholarships. The step-wise procedure to apply for the scholarships is given below.

Step 1: The candidate must visit the authentic web page of the preferred NGO scholarships.

Step 2: If the applicant is using the web portal for the first then they need to register for the scholarship by providing the required information.

Step 3: After obtaining the credentials, the candidate must apply for the NGO scholarship and fill out the NGO scholarship form 2023.

Step 4: They must include all the details and upload all the valid documents.

Step 5: After cross-verifying the filled details, the candidate must submit the application form.

Essential Documents 

The applicants interested in applying for the NGO scholarships must upload all the necessary documents and cross-check for authenticity. If the documents are not authentic, the authorities can cancel the candidate's application. A list of vital documents is given below.

  • Photograph
  • I.D. proof
  • Aadhaar card
  • Marksheets
  • Fee receipt
  • Income certificate of applicant's parent
  • Bank details
  • Reference letter
  • Admission proof
  • Recommendation letter from the head of the institution

For more details, visit our Scholarships 2023 Directory.

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