CBSE Single Girl Child Scholarship: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the merit list of the Single Girl Child Scholarship Scheme 2020. Total 1367 girl students have been selected.
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CBSE Single Girl Child Scholarship: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Merit List of Single Girl Child Scholarship Scheme 2020 (CBSE Single Girl Child Scholarship Merit List 2020). The candidates who applied for this scholarship scheme can check the merit list by going to the official website of CBSE, cbse.gov.in. Please tell that this time a total of 1367 candidates have been selected.
The list of girls shortlisted in the CBSE Single Girl Child Scholarship Scheme 2020 has been uploaded on the website. The CBSE Single Girl Child Scholarship Scheme 2020 is offered to the girl child who is the only daughter of her parents. In this, the shortlisted girl students will get 1500 rupees per month.
1367 candidates shortlisted
In the merit list released by CBSE, it has been said that for the year 2020, 1367 candidates have been selected in the Single Girl Child Scholarship. The scholarship amount has been transferred to their respective bank accounts through ECS. You can check the merit list available on the official website to see the list of the name of the selected candidate.
See such merit list
To see the list of shortlisted names in the Single Girl Child Scholarship Scheme 2020, first of all visit the official website cbse.gov.in. Click on LATEST @ CBSE on the home page. Now click on the link of “List of Selected Candidates of SGC-2020 (Class X) – 30/03/2021”. On clicking, the merit list will open in PDF format. Download it or take a print. To see the merit list on this link Click.
Who can apply for scholarship?
In this, the same students can apply, who are single girl child of their parents i.e. girls who do not have any other brother or sister. These single girl child students have passed their 10th class from a CBSE recognized school. Also, pass your 10th class with at least 60% marks from CBSE board and studying in 11th or 12th class of a CBSE recognized school. The tuition fees of the school where these single girl students are studying should not be more than Rs 1500 / – per month.
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