• Education plays a pivotal role in socio-economic empowerment of Persons with  Disabilities.  Recognizing  its  crucial  role,  the  Directive  Principles of State Policy in the Constitution of India and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 have underlined the role of the State in realization of the Right to Education for Persons with Disabilities. Article 41 of Part IV (Directive Principles of State  Policy)  of  the  Constitution  provides  that  the  State  shall make effective provisions for securing the right to work, to education  and  to public  assistance  in  cases  of  unemployment,  old  age,  sickness   and disablement, and in other cases of undeserved want.
  1. Article 46 of Part IV (Directive Principles of State Policy) of the Constitution enjoins upon the State to promote the educational and economic interests of the weaker sections of the people. Article 38(2) of the same Part also enjoins upon the State to minimize inequalities in income and to endeavor to eliminate inequalities in status, facilities and opportunities,  not  only amongst individuals but also amongst groups of people residing in different areas or engaged in different vocations.
    1. Section 31 (I) of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (RPwD) states that “Notwithstanding anything contained  in  the  Rights  of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, every  child  with benchmark disability between the age of six to  eighteen  years  shall  have  the right to free education in a neighborhood school, or in a special school, of his choice”.
    1. Further, Section 32 (2) of the RPwD Act states that the appropriate Government and local authorities shall ensure that every child with benchmark disability has access to free education in an appropriate environment  till  he attains the age of eighteen years.
  • To fulfill these mandates, the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Government of India is implementing “Scheme of Scholarships for Students with Disabilities” with following six components:
  • Pre-matric Scholarship (For Classes IX  and X)
  • Post-matric     Scholarship      (For    Class     XI     to     Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma)
  • Top Class Education (For Graduate and Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in notified institutes of excellence in education)
  • National     Overseas     Scholarship      (For    Master’s     Degree/Ph.D.      in Institutions/Colleges/Universities abroad)
  • National Fellowship (For M. Phil and Ph.D. in Indian Universities)
  • Free Coaching (For recruitment examinations for Group A, B and C posts and entrance examinations for admission to various technical and professional courses).

The guidelines in respect of  first five  components  of the  Umbrella Scheme as mentioned above are delineated as under and the guidelines in respect of Free Coaching component will be brought out separately.

  • The scholarships are open only to Indian nationals.

ii.    All the components of scholarships are open to students with benchmark disability i.e. 40% or more disability as defined in ‘Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 and having a valid certificate of disability issued by the competent authority as prescribed under Rules .

  1. Not more than two children with disabilities of the same parents will be entitled to receive benefits of the scheme. In case the second child is a twin, the scholarship under the schemes will be admissible to the twin.
  2. Scholarship for studying in any class will be available for only one year. If a student has to repeat a class, she/he would not get scholarship for that class for a second (or a subsequent) year.
  • A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend. No scholarship will be paid to the students under this scheme from the date he/she accepts any other scholarship/stipend.
  Sr. No.     Scheme   Admissible for Classes/Courses     Slots * Parental Income (per annum) Ceiling Reservation of slots for female candidates **
1 Pre-Matric IX and X 25,000 (including renewal cases) Rs.         2.5 lakh 50%
2 Post-Matric XI,              XII,              Post- matriculation Diploma/ Certificates, Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in India, Master’s Degree/ Diploma from any University recognized by UGC/AICTE. 17,000 (including renewal cases) Rs.         2.5 lakh 50%
3 Top    Class Education Graduate and Post- graduate                                   Degree/ Diploma in institutes notified by DEPwD 300 (including renewal cases) Rs. 8 lakh 50%
4 National Overseas Master  Degree  and  PhD in    foreign    universities/ institutes 20 + ongoing cases Rs. 8 lakh 30%
5 National Fellowship M. Phil. / PhD in Indian universities 200+ ongoing cases No income ceiling

* Slots for Pre-Matric, Post-Matric and Top Class schemes include fresh as well as renewal cases. Fresh cases will be considered only against the left over slots after processing all the renewal cases. Thus, mere fulfilling the

eligibility criteria will not entitle grant of scholarship due to fixed number of slots in a year.

** In case adequate number of female candidates are not available  or not found eligible as per the terms and conditions of the scheme, the unutilized slots will be utilized by selecting suitable male candidates.

NOTE 1: Post-matric scholarships are not awarded for training courses like Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Courses and Private Pilot license Courses, Courses at Training at Ship Dufferin (Now Rajendra), Courses of training at the Military College, Dehradun, courses at Pre-examination Training Centres of all India and State levels.

NOTE 2: Income declaration of self-employed parents/guardian should be in the form of a certificate issued by Revenue Officers not below the rank of Tehsildar. Employed parents/guardians should obtain consolidated certificate from Revenue Officer for any other additional source of income.


  • Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan) has notified Aadhaar as an identity document under section 7 of Aadhaar Act, 2016 for all Scholarship Schemes vide Gazette Notification  No.  4-2(32)/2016/DD-I dated 3rd March, 2017. Applicants may have to undergo Aadhaar based biometric authentication to avail the Scholarship.

(ii)           UDID/UDID enrolment shall be mandatory for  availing  the  benefits of the Scholarship scheme.



The candidate  should be  a regular, full time student studying in classes  IX or X in a Government school or in a school recognized by the Govt. or by a Central/State Board of Secondary Education.


Pre-matric scholarship includes the following for complete duration of the course:

  1. Maintenance allowance
    1. Book grant
    1. Disability Allowance

 Rates of scholarship:

Amount in Rs.

  Items   Day Scholar   Hosteller
  Maintenance allowance (Per month)   500   800
  Book Grant (per annum)   1000   1000
  Disability Allowance (per annum)
  Visually Impairment or Intellectual Disabilities   4000   4000
All other types of disabilities   2000   2000
  • Eligibility conditions:

Post- Matric Scholarship will be given for study of all recognized post- matriculation or post-secondary courses (upto Master degree level) pursued in recognized institutions/Universities with the following exceptions:

  1. Candidates who after passing one stage of education are studying in the same stage of education in different subject (e.g. B.Com. after B.A. in other subject) will not be eligible. However, students pursuing L.L.B/B.Ed/B.El.Ed. after passing B.A./B.Sc./B.E. etc. are eligible for Post- Matric Scholarship under this scheme.
  1. Students who are pursuing two different courses of study simultaneously can avail the scholarship for any one course only provided pursuance of such courses are permissible under the rules/regulations of the Educational Authority concerned.
  2. Students who after failing or passing the under graduate examinations in Arts/Science/Commerce join any recognized professional or Technical Certificate/Diploma/Degree courses will be awarded scholarship, if otherwise eligible.
  3. Students who pursue their studies through correspondence courses  are also eligible. The term correspondence includes distance and continuing education.
  4. Employed students whose income combined with the income of their parents/guardian does not exceed the maximum prescribed income ceiling are eligible for Post-Matric scholarship to the extent of reimbursement of all compulsorily payable non-refundable fees.


The amount of Post-Matric scholarship includes the following for complete duration of the course:-

  1. Maintenance allowance
    1. Disability allowance
    1. Reimbursement of compulsory non-refundable fees
    1. Book allowance


(Amount in Rs.)

    Groups Rate of Maintenance allowance (per month)
Hostellers Day Scholars
Group I All Bachelor’s/Post-Graduate Degree courses in Medicine,            Engineering/Technology,            Planning/ Architecture, Fashion Technology, Management, Business/ Finance Administration, Computer Science/ Applications, Agriculture, Veterinary and Allied Sciences. All Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma courses recognized by UGC/AICTE in any discipline       1600       750
    Groups Rate of Maintenance allowance (per month)
Hostellers Day Scholars
Group II Professional courses leading to Degree/ Diploma, Certificate in areas like Pharmacy (B.  Pharma),  LLB, BFS, other para-medical branches like Rehabilitation, Diagnostics, etc., Mass Communication, Hotel Management & Catering, Travel/Tourism/Hospitality, Interior Decoration, Nutrition & Dietetics, Commercial Art, Financial Services (e.g., Banking, Insurance, Taxation, etc.)   1100   700
Group III All other courses leading to a Graduate degree not covered under Group I & II, e.g. ,BA/B.Sc/B.Com, etc.   950   650
Group IV All Post-matriculation level non-degree courses for which entrance qualification is High School (Class X), e.g. Senior Secondary Certificate (Classes XI and XII), both  general and vocational stream, ITI courses, 3-year diploma courses in Polytechnics, etc.       900       550

Note: The list of courses grouped (I to IV) is only illustrative and not exhaustive. The State Governments/Union Territory Administrations are, thus, themselves competent to decide the appropriate grouping of courses at their level.

d.                 DISABILITY ALLOWANCES:

Rates of Disability allowance admissible  for  different  types  of  disabilities  shall be payable as under:

(Amount in Rs.)

Sl. No. Type of Disability Disability Allowance (per annum)
1. Visual Impairment or Intellectual Disabilities 4000
2. All other types of disabilities 2000

Students are  paid  enrolment/registration  fees,  tuition  fees,  games  fee,  union fee, library fees, magazine fees, Medical Examination and such other fees compulsorily payable by the scholar to the Institution or University/Board. The maximum fee ceiling for  reimbursement  of  ‘Compulsory  Non-refundable  Fees’ for Post-Matric scholarship is Rs.1.50 lakh  per  annum.  Refundable  deposits like caution money, security deposit will, however, be excluded.

NOTE: Compulsory non-refundable fee charged by recognized institutions against free and paid seats of recognized courses can be fully reimbursed as per the fee structure approved by the competent State/Central Government authority upto maximum ceiling of Rs.1.50 lakh per annum.

  • Book Allowance: Rs. 1500 per annum.



This is admissible only for pursuing Graduate and Post graduate Degree/Diploma courses in Institutes of Excellence in Education as notified by the Department. The list of such Premier Institutions covered under  the Scheme is at Annexure- I. Any addition or deletion to this list shall be notified by the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, as and when required. Scholarship under this scheme shall not be admissible for pursuing distance- learning/part-time/week-end courses under any stream. Further, the award under this component cannot be considered for second or subsequent times as the individual can be awarded only once.

                                              QUANTUM OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Sl. No. Components of Scholarship Financial Assistances
a) Reimbursement  of   tuition   fees   and non-refundable         charges         paid/ payable to the Institute Up  to   Rs.   2.00   lakh   –   per annum      (subject     to     actual amount).
b) Maintenance Allowance Rs.3,000/-      per     month     for hostellers,    Rs.     1,500/-     per month for day-scholars
Sl. No. Components of Scholarship Financial Assistances
c) Special Allowances  (related  to  types of disabilities like reader allowance, escort allowance, helper allowance etc.) Rs. 2,000/- per month
d) Books & Stationery Rs. 5,000/- per annum.
e) Reimbursement of expenses for purchase of a computer/ laptop with accessories. Rs. 45,000/- as a one time grant in the first year of the course. (For getting the benefit, student has to submit requisite documents viz., bill/receipt as proof of purchase of the Laptop/Computer    )
f) Reimbursement of expenses for purchase of Aids and Assistive devices relating to the particular  disability  of the selected candidates. Rs. 30,000/- as a one time grant in the first year of the course. (The reimbursement is made based on the requisite documents viz., bills/vouchers submitted by the students to ensure genuineness of the claim.)
  • Applications will be called for through National Scholarship Portal (
  • The applicants should submit their application through the on-line system within the last date prescribed for receipt of applications. All requisite documents like photograph, proof of age, disability certificate, income certificate of the parent, tuition fees receipt, last academic qualification certificate, etc. duly filled in the prescribed format are required to be uploaded in the on-line system.
  • The institutions in which the candidate is studying shall also register themselves on the portal and verify the details provided by the candidates. The nodal officer nominated by the State shall oversee all the applications and process the same on behalf of the State Government who shall also

digitally sign the final list in Public Finance Management System (PFMS) for disbursal of scholarship amount to the beneficiaries.

  • In case, a candidate is a permanent resident of one State but studying in another State, his/her application should be recommended by the Education/Welfare Department of the State of which he is a permanent resident.

e.     Based on the online verification by the concerned Department/Nodal officer of the State Government and considering the number of eligible applications received State wise and the percentage of State wise population of persons with disabilities,  available  slots  will  be distributed state wise for each of the scholarship to ensure that the benefit of the Scheme is available throughout the country. Number of eligible applications received State  wise  will  be  converted  in percentage terms in relation  to  the  total  number  of  eligible applications and thereafter State wise slot will be decided based on average percentage of  State  wise  population  of  persons  with disabilities and State wise percentage of eligible applications.

  • Merit Criteria  for  Selection  will  be  Percentage  of  disability  as indicated in the disability certificate,

For Specific Learning Disability, specific percentage of disability is not indicated in the disability certificate and it  is  indicated  as  40%  or above. For the purpose of Merit criteria for selection, disability percentage in all eligible cases of Specific Learning Disability will  be taken as 40%.

  • In case of tie, the age will be  considered,  i.e.,  the  older  candidate  will get preference.

h.     Keeping in view the above merit criteria, final selection will be done through National Scholarship Portal as per slot distributed state wise.

  • The award once made will be effective from the stage at which it is given to the completion of the course subject to good conduct and regularity in attendance. It will be renewed from year to year provided that, within the total duration of the course which is continuous for a number of years, the scholar secures promotion to the next higher class irrespective of the fact whether such examinations are conducted by a University or the Institution.
  • If a student with benchmark disabilities pursuing Group I courses in case of Post-Matric scholarship fails in the examination for the first time, the award may be renewed. For second and subsequent failure in any class, the student

shall bear his/her own expenses until he/she secures promotion to the next higher class.

  • If a scholar is unable to appear in the annual examination owing to illness or on account of any other unforeseen event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate and/or other required sufficient proof to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution and his/her certifying that the scholar would have passed had he/she appeared in the examination.
  • If according to the Regulations of a University/Institution, a student is promoted to the next higher class even though he/she may not have actually passed in lower class and is required to take examination of the junior class again after sometime, he/she will be entitled to scholarship for the class to which he/she is promoted if the student is otherwise eligible for scholarship.
  • If a student is found to have obtained a  scholarship  by  false  statements, his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith  and  the  amount  of  the scholarship paid will be recovered at the discretion of the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disability, Government of India. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for  scholarship  in  any  scheme forever.
  • A scholarship awarded may be cancelled if  the  scholar changes  the subject of the course of study for which the scholarship was originally awarded.
  • A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the discretion of the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Government of India, if during the course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.
  • Maintenance allowance is payable from 1st April or from the month of admission, whichever is later, to the month in which the examinations are completed, at the end of the academic year (including maintenance allowance during holidays), provided that if the scholar secures admission after the 20th day of a month, the amount will be paid from the month following the month of admission.
  • In case of renewal of scholarship awarded in the previous years, maintenance allowance will be paid from the month following the month up to which scholarship was paid in the previous year, if the course of study is continuous.
  • Scholarship will not be paid for the period of internship/houseman ship in the M.B.B.S. course or for a practical training in other courses if the student is in receipt of some remuneration during the internship period or some allowance/stipend during the practical training in other course.
  • The scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholar. If it is reported by the Head of the Institution at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act of default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned, etc., the authority sanctioning the scholarship may either cancel the scholarship or stop or withhold further payment for such period as it may think fit.

The above three components of the Scholarship Scheme viz. Pre Matric, Post Matric and Top Class Education shall be implemented through the National Scholarship Portal and the amount will be directly credited into the bank accounts of the beneficiaries linked with Aadhar through DBT mode.

  2. Monitoring of  the  scheme will  be done by  the  Department  of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities through the National Scholarship Portal.
  3. The State Government shall ensure that lists of beneficiaries, with necessary particulars, are maintained district-wise, and category-wise.
  4. In order to ensure proper accountability, physical verification at various levels viz. Blocks/District/State levels shall, as per the scheme design, be done covering at least 10% of the units, chosen randomly through an algorithm.

The objective of the scheme is to provide fellowships in the form of financial assistance to Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan) to pursue higher studies leading to M.Phil/Ph.D in Science, Humanities or Social Science, in Indian Universities/Institutions/Colleges recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC).

 Institutions/Universities  covered:

The scheme covers:

  1. All universities/institutions recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC);
  2. Central/State Universities (including constituent and affiliated institutions) included under Section 2(f) of UGC Act, 1956 and having valid accreditation from NAAC.
  3. Deemed Universities under Section 3 of UGC Act i.e. Institution for higher education notified by Central Government to be deemed University, in consultation with the UGC and having valid accreditation from NAAC.
  4. Institution fully funded by State/Central Government and empowered to award degrees.
  5. Institutions of National Importance as notified by Ministry of Education.

12.3 Number of Fellowships:

The scheme provides for award of fellowships to 200 Fellows each year. Out of the total 200 slots available for the Students with Disabilities, 75% scholars (i.e. 150) will be selected based on National Eligibility Test-Junior Research Fellowship (NET-JRF) of UGC and remaining 25% scholars (i.e. 50) will be selected based on UGC-Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (UGC-CSIR) NET-JRF joint test. However, the slot is transferable between UGC-NET and CSIR-NET to the extent of the total no. of slot, in case  sufficient no. of eligible scholars is not available in one category.


  1. Fellowship is open to students with benchmark disability (i.e 40% or more disability) as defined in ‘Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 and having a valid certificate of disability as prescribed under rules issued by the competent authority.
  2. Fellowship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend. No scholarship will be paid to the students under this scheme from the date he/she accepts any other scholarship/stipend.
  3. Fellowships shall be awarded to candidates for pursuing regular and full time M. Phil./Ph. D courses in Universities/Research Institutions as referred to above in para 12.2.
  1. A scholar is eligible to receive only one fellowship at a time. The scholar is required to declare that he/she will not accept/receive any other monetary benefit/scholarship/fellowship from other sources. In other words, a scholar who is awarded fellowship under this scheme shall not accept any  other  fellowship/scholarship  or  hold  any  appointment,  paid or otherwise, or receive any emoluments, salary, stipend  etc.  from  any other source during the tenure of the award (except in case of ‘academic leave’ of one year). If a scholar is already in receipt of any scholarship/fellowship, he/she will have to relinquish either the previous scholarship/fellowship/any other monetary benefit or  to  forgo  the selection under this scheme.
  2. A scholar who does  not  complete  his/her  research  work  during  the period of fellowship shall not  be  eligible  to  apply  again  under  this scheme. Similarly, a  scholar  who  has completely  or  partially  availed  any of this fellowship for Ph.D. earlier shall also not be eligible for fellowship again under this scheme.
  • After two years of joining the fellowship on the pattern of  Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), if the progress in the research work of the fellow is found satisfactory, his/her tenure will be extended for a further period of three years on the pattern of Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) as per UGC Fellowship Guidelines issued from to time.
  • The fellowship shall be paid from 1st April of the year for which candidate is selected or from the date of Registration under M. Phil/Ph. D. or from the date of joining M. Phil/Ph. D programme, whichever is later.
  • In case of integrated M. Phil & Ph.D. or Ph.D., the maximum tenure is 5 years. For doing M.Phil., fellowship shall be granted for two years or upto the date of submission of M.Phil. Dissertation, whichever is earlier.
  1. The maximum allowed gap period for continuation from M.Phil. to Ph.D. under this scheme shall be 2 years (from the date of declaration of result of M.Phil. to date of admission to Ph.D.). However, the total tenure of fellowship shall remain five years excluding the gap period. No fellowship shall be paid during the gap period.
  • The fellowship shall be granted up to  the  date  of  submission  of  Ph.D. thesis or five years of tenure, whichever is earlier. No extension is permissible beyond the total period of five years of fellowship.
  • Employees of any University/ College/ Educational Institution/ Central/ State/ UT Government shall be excluded from availing Fellowship, even if they are on Study Leave or Extra Ordinary Leave to pursue the M. Phil./ Ph. D. course.
  • No fellow will not be considered for the award for second or subsequent times as the individual can be awarded the fellowship only once in  a lifetime.

                                            RATE OF FELLOWSHIP

The rates of fellowship will be at par with the UGC Fellowships. Presently these rates are as follow:

1 Fellowship (For All Subjects) @   Rs.    31,000/-    per    month    on    the pattern/norm of JRF for in2 years. @   Rs.    35,000/-    per    month    on    the pattern/norm   of    SRF for subsequent period of maximum 3 years.
2 Contingency                         (For Humanities, Social Sciences and Commerce) (including Arts/Fine Arts) @ Rs. 10,000/- p.a. for initial  two  years. @  Rs.  20,500/-  p.a.  for  remaining tenure.
3 Contingency      for      Science, Engineering & Technology @ Rs. 12,000/- p.a. for  initial  two  years @   Rs.     25,000/-    p.a.     for    remaining tenure.
4 Escort/Reader     assistance (as per verification of the respective Nodal Officer of the University/Institute) @ Rs. 2,000/- per month.
5 House       Rent                   Allowances (HRA) @ 9%, 18% and 27% to those students who are not provided with hostel accommodation, in accordance with Govt. of India norms as applicable in the research fellows are working.


  • Regarding HRA:
  1. In case, hostel accommodation is provided to the scholars by their institutions, the scholar is eligible to draw only the hostel fee excluding mess, electricity, water charges etc.
    1. In case hostel accommodation offered by the university/institution is refused by the candidate, he/she will forfeit his/her claim of HRA.
    1. In case of non-availability of hostel accommodation, the scholar may be provided with single accommodation by the host institution. In such cases, the rent paid by the scholar on actual basis shall be reimbursed, subject to the ceiling of HRA as per Govt. of India norms.
    1. If the scholar  makes  his/her  own  arrangements  of  accommodation, he/she shall be entitled to draw HRA as per ceiling and categorization of cities by the Government of India.
    1. In case the scholar wishes to draw HRA, he/she is required to claim HRA on monthly basis by submitting monthly confirmation Certificate in the prescribed format, to his/her institution.
  2. Other facilities such as medical facilities, leave including maternity leave will be governed as per the guidelines of UGC in case of their fellowship programme.


  1. The selection for the award  of fellowship  to students will be made on the basis of scores/merit obtained in  UGC  National  Eligibility Test (UGC- NET) and UGC Council of Scientific and  Industrial Research (UGC- CSIR) tests conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). The merit list will be prepared by NTA  on  all  India  basis from amongst the eligible candidates belonging to the category of ‘benchmark disability’ who apply  for  both-  JRF  and  NET,  but qualify for NET only.The qualified candidates under NFPwD, who have not secured admission at the time of application for Fellowship under the Scheme are required to take admission for regular and full time M. Phil./Ph. D. in a recognized research institution at the first available opportunity but not later than three years from the date of award of fellowship.Genuineness  of  the  PwD  Certificate  furnished  by  the  candidate  shall be verified by the concerned University/ Institution before allowing the fellow to avail fellowship under the scheme. After the documents of NFPwD awardees are verified by Nodal Officers of universities/

institutions,  the  same  will  be  sent  to     the Department for final approval.

  1. The decision of the Department with regard to awarding the Fellowship shall be final and no appeal would lie against any decision of the Department in regard thereof.
    1. The result shall be published on Department’s website and Award letters will be issued to selected candidates.

12.7. Disbursement of Fellowship

  1. Confirmation for joining and continuation of the fellowship shall be given by the respective University/Institution. Based on this certification, the research scholars would be released fellowship every month. The Nodal Officer of the concerned University/ College/ Institution will, however, be responsible for updating on the Scholarship and Fellowship Management Portal in case any research scholar discontinues the course, or is/has been on inadmissible leave and thus not entitled for the  fellowship during that period.
  2. Payment files of the candidates will be digitally signed by the authorized signatory of the Department on PFMS and fellowship amount will be transferred to the respective bank accounts of the scholars through DBT mode.
  3. In the event of discontinuation of the course or in case of inadmissible leave rendering him/her not entitled to the fellowship, the candidate will be responsible for intimating such position and he/she will be liable to refund the amount of over-payment, if any, of fellowship paid to him/her for the period beyond the date of such discontinuation, or for such period of inadmissible leave.
  4. Payment of fellowship and any other admissible allowance shall be made to the beneficiaries through their bank accounts linked with Aadhar.



To provide financial assistance to students with benchmark disabilities for pursuing Master’s level courses and Ph.D abroad in the specified  fields  of study: (a) Engineering & Management (b) Pure Sciences and Applied Sciences

(c) Agricultural Science & Medicine (d) Commerce, Accounting and Finance and

(e) Humanities, Social Science including Law& Fine Arts.


  • For Ph.D. – Fifty five per cent (55%) marks or equivalent grade in relevant Master’s Degree.
  • For Masters’ Degree: – Fifty five per cent (55%) marks or equivalent grade in relevant Bachelor’s Degree.
  • In case of equivalent grade/credit points in Semester Grade Points (SGP)/ Cumulative Grade Point Index (CGPI) etc., conversion factor duly attested by the Institute/College/University concerned will be accepted.
  • Candidates already pursuing Masters degree or PhD or having completed Masters/PhD from Institute/College/University abroad by availing benefits of the Scholarship Scheme implemented by any of the Ministries/Departments of the Central Government/State Government/other agency/own funds, are not eligible to apply for the scheme. Further, Individual can be awarded National Overseas Scholarship only once in a lifetime.

(v)            The candidate is also eligible for scholarship under this scheme to pursue  the  same                  level (Masters/Ph.D.) course but in a different stream (Science/Arts/Commerce etc.) other than for which he/she has already acquired                             the                qualification    from                                any University/Institution/College either in India or abroad, subject to the condition that the candidate has not availed scholarship from Central/State Government for that same level course.

  1. AGE
  2. Below 35 (Thirty -Five) years as on 1st January of the year of application.


Types of Assistance Rates Purpose
Tuition fee As per actual  
Maintenance allowance
For      US       &      Other countries US$15400 p.a Annual Maintenance allowance will be admissible to students residing in
For U.K GBP 9900 p.a countries at (a) and (b) to meet the miscellaneous expenditure incurred on Boarding/Lodging.
Contingency allowance
For      US       &      Other countries US$1500 p.a Admissible for books/essential apparatus/study tour/travel cost for attending              subject              related conferences, workshops etc./ typing and binding of thesis, etc.
For U.K GBP 1100 p.a
Incidental         Journey Allowance US     $     20/-(US dollar twenty only) or its equivalent in Indian   Rupees- One time  
Equipment Allowance US      $20/-(     US dollar                        twenty only)-One time  
Poll Tax Actual will be paid, wherever applicable  
Mandatory                                 travel expenditure                on medical tests etc.  As per  the  requirements of the host country Actual will be paid upon submission of bills.  
Bank        Transactional Charges Conversion charges + Service charges + TCS + Exchange commission will be paid              upon submission            of bills.  
Visa Fees Visa fees will be  
  paid as per actual in Indian Rupees  
Medical          insurance premium As per actual  
Cost of air passage The awardees shall be allowed to purchase air tickets (from nearest Airport to Hometown in India to the nearest place to the educational institution and back to India) from the three authorized travel agents viz. Balmer Lawrie & Company Limited (BLCL), Ashok Travels & Tours (ATT), Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) with the  condition that the ticket purchased 11 must be of economy class/shortest route on date of booking.The choice of the travel agent  for  booking  of  the ticket is left open to the awardees. No Booking charges/excess baggage/cancellation charges & other add-ons will be reimbursed to awardees.The awardees will claim reimbursement of airfare from respective Indian Mission abroad after joining the University and providing joining report from University. The revised conditions will be effective from 1st April , 2022.Return tickets will be booked by Indian Mission abroad
Examination fee for appearing in English language/other tests One time examination fee for appearing in English language/other tests such as GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS.,  etc.,  required  for  admission  to  institutions /universities   abroad   would   be   reimbursed   by   Indian Mission Abroad as per actual subject to a maximum of Rs.50,000/-.
Local travel Second Class railway fare from the port of disembarkation to the place of study and back. In case of far flung places not connected by rail, bus fare from the place of residence to the nearest railway station, actual  charges  of  crossing  by  ferry,  air  fare  to  the nearest    rail-cum-air    Station    and/or    second    class
  railway   fare    by   the    shortest   route   to   the    port                  of embarkation and back will be reimbursed by the Indian Mission abroad.
Earning                     from The    awardees    are    permitted    to    supplement    their
research/teaching admissible              allowance              by              undertaking
assistance-ship Research/Teaching Assistantship up to US$ 2400/- (US
  dollars two thousand four hundred) per annum and for
  awardees   in    United    Kingdom,    GBP    1560/-    (Great
  Britain Pound One Thousand Five Hundred Sixty only)
  per annum. Beyond the admissible ceilings, the annual
  maintenance   allowance   under   the   scheme   shall   be
  correspondingly reduced.

The prescribed financial assistance is provided up to completion of the course/research or the following period, whichever is earlier:-

  • Ph.D. — 04 years (Four years)
  • Masters Degree – 1/2/3 years (One/two three years) depending upon the duration of the Course.

Note:  (i) The extension of stay beyond prescribed period for levels of courses as mentioned above may be considered without financial assistance of any kind except the air passage to return to India, if recommendation of the competent authority in the  educational  institution/  university  as  well  as  the  Indian Mission abroad is received, certifying that  such  an  overstay  for  a  specified period is absolutely essential for facilitating  the  candidate  to  complete  the course. The final decision in this regard will however rest with the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities.

(ii) Extension of stay abroad beyond completion of the course or duration of the scholarship is allowed without financial support/ return ticket to India.


  1. The candidates after assessing their eligibility and suitability, as per conditions of the Scheme, shall apply to Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities. After the online  portal  being  developed  is made operational, the application will be invited through that portal only. The candidates shall send  duly  filled  up  application  form  (available on Department’s website enclosing therewith requisite documents to this Department. The employed candidates are required to submit a “No Objection Certificate” (NOC) from their employer to this Department.

ii.              The applications shall be screened by the Screening Committee as per the Scheme guidelines. The eligible candidates shortlisted by the Screening Committee shall be placed before the Selection Committee. The Selection Committee shall assess the eligible candidates based on their educational qualifications and experience, their disability category and percentage, the University abroad and the course to which they propose to take admission etc. and draw a merit list within the sanctioned number of yearly slot which will finally and decisively complete the selection procedure.

  1. No request for change of Institution/College/University shall be entertained at any stage. In case, the Awardee desires to change the course  or university, he/she can apply afresh.
  2. After the issuance of confirmation letter to an Awardee, the candidate is required to complete all the procedures like  verification  of  original documents, submission of Bonds, Solvency  Certificates  etc.,  within  six months, otherwise the award letter will  be  automatically  cancelled.  No further time will be granted for completion of these formalities.


  1. The finally selected candidates are required to obtain admission and join an accredited university/ institution abroad within three years from the date of communication of selection. On expiry of this specified period of time, the award will automatically get cancelled and come to an end. If the candidate still wants to avail the benefit of the scheme, he/she may apply afresh.
  2. The selected candidate is required to execute a surety bond on  the  non- judicial stamp paper before a notary public with two sureties separately for Rs.50,000/- (fifty thousand), and also solvency certificate separately for the same amount stating that persons are possessing property /wealth for a minimum amount of Rs. 50,000/-.
  3. Candidates availing the benefits of this scheme are required to return to India within one month of the completion of the course. However, if a candidate wishes to stay abroad after completion of the course, the same is allowed without any financial support including return air tickets to India. The awardee intending to return to India is required to intimate Indian Embassy abroad in advance and should also inform the Department of his/her returns.
  4. The candidate will give an undertaking that he will  allow his  university to share information with concerned  Indian  Mission  abroad  and  the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities.
  •   The candidate has to give an undertaking that he/she is not in receipt of any scholarship from any government /other organization including University/College for the course he/she is applying under this scheme
  •   No financial assistance of any kind/any other support coverage will be provided for spouse/children/siblings/parents/guardian of the awardee under the Scheme.
  • All administrative matters like study leave salary, etc.,  will  be  directly resolved by the candidate with his/her employer and as per rules of  the serving organization. The DEPwD will not take any responsibility or render any assistance in this regard.
  • In case of some exigency at home, where the candidate is required to return to India for some time to attend to it, the awardee is permitted to return to India for the specific purpose, after having informed the Indian Mission and the educational institution where one is pursuing studies about it. The awardee will, however, be required to bear to and fro journey expenses for the visit and shall also not be entitled to receive maintenance allowance under the scheme, for the period of being away from the place of his/her educational institution abroad and the maintenance allowance  shall  be paid by this Department only from the date of his/her resuming the same course at the same institution. The awardee after having dealt with the situation at home, is required to return to the place of his/her educational institution, as early as possible, failing which, he/she shall be liable to be declared a defaulter and the recovery proceeding will be initiated against him/her.
  •   It will be for the candidate to obtain the appropriate visa for the  country where he/she intends to  study  under award  from  the  scheme.  Government of India will render no assistance to a candidate for obtaining Visa.
  • Selected candidates are required to furnish all such documents and enter into such agreements as shall be decided by the Government of India from time to time before their departure.
  • In case the  awardee  has  received  over/excess  payment  from  the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities or  through  any other agency acting on its behalf, he/she is liable to refund the same to the Government of India and his/her employer (if any) is authorized to recover the excess amount  from  his/her  dues,  on  request  from  Government  of India, and refund the same to the Government of India.
  • The decision of Government of India will be final in all such issues, as may come up during the course of time.
  • The candidate shall not change the course of study or research for which scholarship has been sanctioned. However, if situation arise where an

awardee pursuing Ph.D. in a university/ institution, finds a serious situation where his/her guide has left and there are no immediate replacements thereof or the university/ institutions has discontinued the research support facilities in the area; the Indian Missions abroad in such cases are authorized to allow the awardee to change the university/ institutions, after the Missions are satisfied about such a need, however, subject to the condition that the credits if any earned by the awardee in the earlier university/ institution are acceptable for transfer by the second university/ institutions and that the total period of award will remain unchanged, and such a transfer/change, will be permitted only once during the award.

  • Decision of the Department will be final and binding on the awardees on all issues arising due to unforeseen circumstances and situations which are not covered under the Scheme guidelines.

                                        PENALTY FOR DEFAULTERS UNDER THE SCHEME:

In case, a candidate pursuing studies abroad violates any of the terms and conditions of the bonds executed by him/her  and  that  the  educational institution/ university intimates the  Indian  Mission  abroad  about  his/her adverse reports on studies and/or conduct and/or that the candidate leaves for any other country or absconds or joins any  other  university  or course/programme or/and returns to India in  case  of  exigency  without intimating the Indian  Mission  abroad,  he/she  will  be  declared  defaulter  and will become liable for refund of entire amount spent on him/her along with the interest which will be 12% per annum and in case an awardee fails to pay the amount within six months from the date on which a demand for such refund is made, penal  interest at  the rate  which is 2.5 %  higher  than the  above normal rate of interest on the outstanding amount would be charged.


If any candidate has furnished any false information/document which is established upon verification, the NOS awarded to him/her will stand cancelled and if he/she has availed of it or is availing, an action will be initiated for recovery of the amount spent with 15% compound interest thereon. Such candidate will also be blacklisted for future and the employed candidate will face departmental action for such act, for which the Government of India will take up the matter with the respective employers. The respective employers are, therefore, also requested to carefully go through content of application of their employees before forwarding the same to this Department. The employers are also free to insist on candidates employed by them to execute such bonds

with them, as they deem fit and necessary and in accordance with their extant rules and regulations in such cases.


  1. Indian Mission will make payment of tuition fees directly to the colleges/universities  aboard  and  maintenance  allowance/other  allowances to the students studying in their jurisdiction.
  2. In case the awardee is unable to complete the course successfully, he will be declared defaulter and will become liable for refund of entire amount spent on him/her along with the interest as prescribed in the defaulter clause. However, if the guide/head of the department of the candidate certifies that the candidate has not been found wanting in his/her commitment/dedication/attention to studies then the DEPwD shall have the right to exempt him/her from the penalty clause of defaulter under the Scheme. The Indian Missions, in all such cases, will provide the return air passage to India by shortest route and economy class.
  3. The Indian Missions are required to intimate to this Department about the return of the awardee to India.


  1. The Indian Missions abroad will obtain bi-annual progress reports from the University/College/Institution where the awardee is pursuing his/her studies. The Missions will inform this Department about such serious adverse developments in case of the awardee which requires decision towards further continuation of the award or otherwise.
  2. The payment of Maintenance Allowance is linked with furnishing of progress report. For first semester/six months, the maintenance allowance may be paid to the awardee in the first instance as an advance. Thereafter, the maintenance allowance for the next semester/six months may be paid only after receipt of the satisfactory progress report of the awardee for first six months/semester. No funds would be released by the Indian Mission in case of non-receipt of progress report.
  3. Disbursement of scholarship amount/reimbursement of miscellaneous expenses etc. incurred by candidate will be done by Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) through Indian Missions abroad.

Scheme shall be advertised at the appropriate time and will be suitably publicized through print/electronic/social media and website to bring it to the notice of the target group.


In order to meet expenditure incidental to the implementation of the scheme, a provision not exceeding 3%  of  the  total  budget,  shall  be  made  for administrative expenditure.


Any litigation on matters arising out of this scheme will be subject to sole jurisdiction of the courts situated in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.


Department of Empowerment  of  Persons  with  Disabilities,  Govt.  of  India  may, at its discretion, make necessary changes in  the  provisions  of  this  scheme,  as and when  felt  necessary,  with  the  approval  of  Secretary,  DEPwD  in consultation with Financial Adviser concerned.


The progress of implementation of all six components of the scheme will be reviewed by a Committee consisting of the following –

a) Secretary,  Department   of   Empowerment   of Persons with Disabilities, Chairperson
b) Joint Secretary concerned in Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Member
c) Joint    Secretary    &    Financial    Adviser    (in- charge of Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities) Member
d) Joint Secretary(TD), Min. of  Tribal Affairs Member
e) Joint Secretary (SCD), Deptt. of SJ&E Member
f) Joint      Secretary,     Department     of     Higher Education Member
g) Joint     Secretary,     Department     of    Medical Education, Min. of Health & FW Member
h) A representative of the UGC Member
i) Director    /    Dy.    Secretary    concerned    in Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Convener

The Chairperson of the  Committee  may invite  other  experts  as special  invitees, as and when it deems  necessary.  The  Committee  may  meet  as  and  when decided by the chairperson and will make suitable recommendations  for improving the implementation of the operation of the Scheme.


Sl. No   Name of the Institute   Location   State
1. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi- 110016 Delhi
2. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur-721302 West Bengal
3. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur PO IIT,Kanpur- 208076 Uttar Pradesh
4. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Powai, Mumbai- 400076 Maharas htra
5. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati Institute       of       Engineers Building,         Pan        Bazar, Guwahati-781001 Assam
6. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee Roorkee-247667 Uttarakh and
7. Indian Institute of Technology Chennai POIIT,Chennai-600036. Tamil Nadu
8. Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Ropar , Punjab Punjab
9. Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar Office of the Director, I.I.T. Kharagpur-721302 Orissa
10. Indian Institute of Technology Rajasthan Director, IIT Rajasthan, III Floor, Helicopter Building Rajastha n
11. Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar Vishwakarma Govt. Engineering College at Chandkheda, Gandhinagar-382424 Gujarat
12. Indian Institute of Technology Patna I.I.T. Patna, Navin Govt. Polytechnic                                Campus, Patliputra Colony, Patna- 800013 Bihar
13. Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad I.I.T. Hyderabad Ordnance Factory Estate, Yeddumailaram- 502205 Andhra Pradesh
14. Indian Institute of Technology Mandi IIT Roorkee, Roorkee- 247667 Himachal Pradesh
15. Indian Institute of Technology, Indore 3rd Floor, Main Building, IIT- Bombay, Mumbai- 400076 Madhya Pradesh
16. Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi (Banaras Hindu University VARANASI – 221005 (UP) Uttar Pradesh
17. National Institute of Technology Warangal Warangal–506004 Andhra Pradesh
18. National Institute of Technology Silchar Silchar–788010 Assam
19. National Institute of Technology Patna Patna–800005 Bihar
20. Sardar Vallabhbhai National Inst. of Technology Surat Surat–395607 Gujarat
21. National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur Jamshedpur– 831014 Jharkhan d
22. National Institute of Technology Surathkal Surathkal–574157 Karnatak a
23. National Institute of Technology Calicut NIT Campus P.O., Calicut-673601 Kerala
24. Visvesvaraya               National Institute of Technology Nagpur South Ambazari Road, Nagpur, Pin: 440010 Maharas htra
25. National Institute of Technology Rourkela Rourkela 769008 Orissa
26. Dr B.R.Ambedkar National Inst.of Technology Jalandhar Jalandhar-144004 Punjab
27. National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra Kurukshetra-132119 Haryana
28. National Institute of Technology Hamirpur Hamirpur-177001 Himachal Pradesh
29. National Institute of Technology Hazaratbal Hazaratbal, Srinagar- 190006 J&K
30. Maulana Azad National Inst. of Technology Bhopal-462007 MP
31. Malaviya National Inst. of Technology Jaipur Jaipur–302017 Rajastha n
32. National Institute of Technology Durgapur Durgapur–713209 West Bengal
33. National Institute of Technology Trichy Tiruchirappalli- 620015 Tamil Nadu
34. Motilal Nehru National Inst. of Technology Allahabad Allahabad-211004 Uttar Pradesh
35. National Institute of Technology Agartala Agartala Tripura
36. National Institute of Technology Raipur Raipur Chhattisg arh
37. National Institute of Technology Manipur Manipur(NIT Agartala– 799055) Manipur
38. National Institute of Technology Sikkim Sikkim (NIT Calicut – 673601,Kerala) Sikkim
39. National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh (NIT Durgarpur– 713209) Arunacha l Pradesh
40. National Institute of Technology Uttarakhand Uttarakhand (NIT Kurukshetra– 136119,Haryana) Uttarakh and
41. National Institute of Technology Mizoram Mizoram (Visvesvaraya NIT, Nagpur–440011) Mizoram
42. National Institute of Technology Nagaland Nagaland(NIT Silchar– 788010, Assam) Nagaland
43. National Institute of Technology Meghalaya Meghalaya (Sardar Vallabhbhai NIT, Surat– 395007, Gujarat) Meghalay a
44. National Instituteof Technology Goa Goa(NIT Surathkal –575025,Karnataka) Goa
45. National Institute of Technology Puducherry Puducherry                  (NIT Tiruchirappalli 620015, Tamil Nadu) Puducher ry
46. National Institute of Technology Delhi Delhi (NIT Warangal– 506004, A.P.) Delhi
III-IIITs of MHRD[20]  
47. Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad Deoghat, Jhalwa, Allahabad-211011 Uttar Pradesh
48. Indian Institute of Information Technology& Management Gwalior MITS Campus, Gwalior- 474075 Madhya Pradesh
49. Indian Instt. Of Inf. Tech., Design& Manufacturing Jabalpur Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh
50. Indian Instt. of Inf. Tech., Design& Manufacturing Kanchipuram Kanchipuram Tami Nadu
51. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Chittoor Malavaipalem village of Satyavedu Mandal in Chittoor Andhra Pradesh
52. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Kakinada Village Koona, Godavari District, Near Kakinada Andhra Pradesh
53. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Guwahati Village – Bongora (under Chayani Mouza ), PO – Mirza, District Kamrup Assam
54. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Vadodara Vilage Nimeta, Talauk Vaghodiya , District Vadodara Gujarat
55. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Sonepat Village Killord, Sonepat Haryana
56. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Una Una Himachal Pradesh
57. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Dharwad Campus of Karnataka University, Dharwad Karantak a
58. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Kottayam Village Valllichira, Meenachil Taluk, Kottayam Kerala
59. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Bhopal Village Barkheda Nathu, Tehsil – Phanda, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
60. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Pune Village Nanoli, Tehsil – Mawa, District Pune Maharas htra
61. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Senapati Village Ningthoupham of Kangpokpi Sub-Division of Senapati District Manipur
62. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Kota Ranpur Industrial Area, Kota Jhalawar National Highway 12, Kota Rajastha n
63. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Village Sethurappatti, Srirangam Taluk, Tiruchirappali District Tiruchirappali Tamil Nadu
64. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, West Tripura Bodhjung Nagar Industrial Estate, Khyarpur, Bodhujung Nagar, West Tripura Tripura
65. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Lucknow Chak Gajaria, District Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
66. Indian Institute of Information & Technology, Nadia Kalyani District, Nadia West Bengal
IV– Other Central Technical Education Institution of MHRD & Other Ministries, Central Universities and Govt. Colleges of Engineering [15]
67. School of Planning & Architecture, Delhi 4-Block-B, Indraprastha Estate, NewDelhi-110002. Delhi
68. National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology Ranchi Hatia, Ranchi- 834003 Jharkhan d
69. National Institute of Industrial Engineering Mumbai ViharLake, Mumbai -400087 Maharas htra
70. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad Dhanbad-826004 Bihar
71. North Eastern Reg. Inst. of Science & Technology Itanagar Nirjuli-79110, Itanagar Arunacha l Pradesh
72. Sant Longowal Inst. of Engg. & Technology Chandigarh KothiNo.178,Sector II-A, Chandigarh Chandiga rh
73. Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University Varanasi Varanasi-221005 Uttar Pradesh
74. Punjab Engineering College Chandigarh Sector-12, Chandigarh- 160012 Chandiga rh
75. Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi Collegeof Engineering) Shahbad Daulatpur, Bawana Road, Rohini, New Delhi- 110042 Delhi
76. School of Planning& Architecture, Bhopal 1stFloor,Sports Complex, MANIT, Bhopal-51 Madhya Pradesh
77. SchoolofPlanning& Architecture, Vijayawada Sy.No.71/1,NH-5, Nidamanuru, Vijayawada- 521104 Andhra Pradesh
78. Rajiv     Gandhi    Institute               of Petroleum Technology(RGIPT),          Rae Bareli Tatapur Chowk, Rae Bareli-229316 Uttar Pradesh
79. Indian                                       Maritime University (IMU), Chennai Chennai Tamil Nadu
80. Indian  Institute     of     Space Science                                   and Technology(IIST), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala Valiamala P.O., Thiruvananthapuram – 695547 Kerala
81. Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology Delhi Azad Hind Fouz Marg,Sector-3, Dwarka, NewDelhi Delhi
V–Non-Govt. Institutes of Information Technology[3]
82. Indian Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad Gachibowli, Opposite CMC, Hyderabad-500032 Andhra Pradesh
83. Indian Institute of Information Technology Bangalore 26/C, Electronic City, Hosur Road, Bangalore- 560100 Karnatak a
84. Indian Institute of Information Technology& Management Thiruvananthapuram Park Centre, Techno park Campus, Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
VI–Other Non-Govt. Engineering Institutes[9]
85. Birla Institute of Technology Pilani Pilani-333031 Rajastha n
86. Birla Institute of Technology Goa Goa Campus Goa
87. Birla Institute of Technology & Science Mesra Messra-835215 Ranchi
88. Thapar Institute of Engineering& Technology University, Patiala POBox32,Bhadson Road, Patiala-147004 Punjab
89. CV Raman Instittute of Engg.& Tech Bhubaneswar Bhubaneshwar Orissa
90. Kalinga Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Orissa
91. Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science(SGSITS) Indore 23,ParkRoad, Indore- 452003 (M.P.)Indore Madhya Pradesh
92. Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore Vellore Tamil Nadu
93. Birla Institute of Technology Hyderabad Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh
94. Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad Vastapur, Ahmedabad- 380015 Gujarat
95. Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Bannerghat Road, Bangalore- 560076 Karnatak a
96. Indian Institute of Management Kolkata Joka, Post Box No.16757,Alipara PO,Kolkata-700027 West Bengal
97. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow PostBoxNo.2, AliganjExtension, PartII,Lucknow- 226020 Uttar Pradesh
98. Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Kozhikode, Calicut- 673601 Kerala
99. Indian Institute of Management Indore Indore Madhya Pradesh
100. Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management Shillong Mayurbhanj Complex, Nongthymai, Shillong–793014 Meghalay a
101. Indian Institute of Management Raipur Government Engineering College Campus, Old Dhamtari Road, Sejbahar, Raipur- 492015 Chhattisg arh
102. Indian Institute of Management Rohtak Humanities Block, MDU Rohtak, Rohtak-124001 Haryana
103. Indian Institute of Management Ranchi Suchna Bhawan, Audrey House Campus, Meur’s Road, Ranchi- 834008 Jharkhan d
104. Indian Institute of Management Udaipur Polymer Science Building, Udaipur, Rajasthan Rajastha n
105. Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli Locatedat NIT Trichy Tamil Nadu
106. Indian Institute of Management Kashipur Escort Farm, Kashipur, Uttarakhand Uttarakh and
107. Indian Institute of Management, Viskhapatnam Viskhapatnam Andhra Pradesh
108. Indian Institute of Management, Gaya Gaya Bihar
109. Indian Institut eof Management, Sirmour Sirmour Himachal Pradesh
110. Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur Nagpur Maharas htra
111. Indian Institute of Management, Amritsar Amritsar Punjab
112. Indian Institute of Management, Sambalpur Sambalpur Odisha
II–Other Govt./Semi-Govt. Management Institutes[6]
113. Institute of Rural Management Anand PostBoxNo.60, Anand-388001 Gujarat
114. Indian Institute of Forest Management Bhopal P.O.Box-357,Nehru Nagar,Bhopal- 462003 Madhya Pradesh
115. Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University Delhi–110007 Delhi
116. National Institute of Industrial Engineering(NITIE) Mumbai Mumbai Maharas htra
117. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade New Delhi IIFTBhawan,B-21, Qutab Institutional Areas, NewDelhi Delhi
118. Management Development Institute Gurgaon Mehrauli Road, Sukhrali, Gurgaon– 122007 Haryana
III–Non-Govt. Management Institutes[9]
119. Institute of Management Technology(IMT) Ghaziabad Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad- 201001 Uttar Pradesh
120. Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar Xaviar                  Square, Jayadev                                  Vihar, Bhubaneswar- 751013 Orissa
121. SYMBIOSIS Institute of Business Management Pune Senapati Bapat Road, Pune–411004 Maharas htra
122. Narsee Monjee Institute of Management                 Studies Mumbai VL Mehta Road, Vile Parle(W), Mumbai- 400056 Maharas htra
123. Bharati Vidyapeeth Pune Pune Maharas htra
124. S.P Jain Institute of Research & Mgt Mumbai Mumbai Maharas htra
125. Jamnalal Bajaj Institute Mumbai Mumbai Maharas htra
126. XLRI School of Business and Human Resources, Jamshedpur Circular House Area (East),Jamshedpur- 831035 Jharkhan d
127. L.N.Mishra Institute of Economic Development & Social Change Patna Patna Bihar
3. Law (14)
I.      National Law Universities[12]
128. National Law School of India University POBag-7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore–560072 Karnatak a
129. National Law Institute University Bhopal Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
130. NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad Barkatpura, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh
131. National Law University Jodhpur NH-65,Nagour          Road, Mandore,             Jodhpur- 342304 Rajastha n
132. The WB National University of  Juridical  Sciences Kolkata Dr.AmbedkarBhavan12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata- 700098 West Bengal
133. Hidayatullah National Law University Raipur HNLU Bhawan, Civil Lines, Raipur, Chhattisgarh- 492001 Chhattisg arh
134. Gujarat National Law University Gandhinagar E-4,GIDC Electronics Estate, Sector26, Gandhinagar- 382028 Gujarat
135. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow Sector-D1,LDA Colony,Kanpur Road Scheme, Lucknow-226012 Uttar Pradesh
136. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Mohindra Kothi, Mall Road, Patiala-147001 Punjab
137. Chanakya National Law University, Patna Nyaya Nagar, Mithapur, Patna-800001 Bihar
138. National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi Kaloor,Kochi-682 017 Kerala
139. National Law University, Delhi Sector14,Dwarka, NewDelhi-110078 Delhi
  II–Other Law Institutes[2]
140. ILS Law College Pune Law College Road Pune-411004 Maharas htra
141. Symbiosis Law College Pune Senapati Bapat Rd, Wadervadi, Pune Maharas htra
I–Central Government Medical Institutes[8]
142. All India Institute of Medical Sciences Delhi Ansari Nagar, New Delhi Delhi
143. Jawaharlal Institute of Post- graduate  Medical  Education & Research Pondicherry Dhanvantri Nagar, Gorimedu, Pondicherry– 605 006 Puducher ry
144. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna Patna Bihar
145. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur Raipur Chhattisg arh
146. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
147. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneshwar Bhubaneshwar Odisha
148. All India Instituteof Medical Sciences, Jodhpur Jodhpur Rajastha n
149. All India Institute of Medical Sciences Rishikesh Rishikesh Uttarakh and
II–Other Government Medical Colleges[14]
150. Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences Tirupati Town Club, Alipiri Road, Chittoor Dist, Tirupati- 517507 Andhra Pradesh
151. Gandhi Medical College Secunderabad Musheerabad, Secunderabad- 500029 Andhra Pradesh
152. Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital Delhi New Delhi Delhi
153. B J Medical College Ahmedabad Ahmedabad-380016 Gujarat
154. Govt. Medical College Calicut Kozhikode, Calicut- 673008 Kerala
155. Medical College Thiruvananthapuram Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala-695011 Kerala
156. King George’s Medical University, Lucknow Lucknow-226003 Uttar Pradesh
157. Government Vellore Medical College Vellore TamilNad u
158. Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi Bahadur Shah Zafar Rd, New Delhi- 110002 Delhi
159. Lady Harding Medical College New Delhi Bhagat Singh Road, NewDelhi-110001 Delhi
160. Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University Varanasi Banaras Hindu University Varanasi- 221005 Uttar Pradesh
161. Madras Medical College Chennai Dr. EVR Salai, Chennai- 600003 Tamil Nadu
162. Grant Government Medical College, Mumbai Sir JJ Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai-400008 Maharas htra
163. King Edward Memorial Hospital Mumbai Acharya Donde Marg, Parel, Mumbai 400012 Maharas htra
III–Non-Government Medical College[5]
164. SDM Medical College Dharwad Sattur, Dharwad- 580009 Karnatak a
165. Padmashree Dr. DY Patil Vidyapeeth, Nerul,Mumbai New Mumbai- 400706 Maharas htra
166. Christian Medical College Vellore Thottapalayam, Vellore TamilNad u
167. Christian Medical College Ludhiana Ludhiana141008 Punjab
168. Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medial Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
Central Government Institutes
169. Indian              Agricultural Research Institute Delhi Pusa, NewDelhi- 110012 Delhi
170. Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering Bhopal Bhopal-462038 Madhya Pradesh
171. Central Institute for Research of Cotton Technology Mumbai Adenwala Road, Matunga, Mumbai- 400019 Maharas htra
172. Indian               Veterinary Research             Institute Izatnagar Izatnagar-243122 Uttar Pradesh
173. Indian Institute of Plantation Management Bangalore Jnana Bharathi Campus, P.O.Malathalli, Bangalore560056 Karnatak a
174. Indian Statistical Institute Delhi 7,SJSSansanwal Marg,NewDelhi- 110016 Delhi
175. Indian Statistical Institute Bangalore 8thMile,Mysore Road, Bangalore- 560059 Karnatak a
176. Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata 203,Barrackpore Trunk Road, Kolkatta-700108 West Bengal
177. Indian Institute of Science Bangalore Bangalore-560012 Karnatak a
National Institute of Fashion Technology
178. National       Institute        of Fashion Technology Delhi HauzKhas, Near Gulmohar Park, New Delhi-110016 Delhi
179. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Bangalore NIFT Campus,CA SiteNo:21,Sector- 1,27thMain, Bangalore Karnatak a
180. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Bhopal NIFT Block, MP Bhoj Open University Campus, Kolar Road, Bhopal- 462042 Madhya Pradesh
181. National               Instituteof Fashion                              Technology Chennai NIFT Campus, Rajiv Gandhi Salai, Taramani,Chennai- 600113 Tamil Nadu
182. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Gandhinagar NIFT Campus, GH- O,Road, Behind Info City, Gandhinagar- 382007 Gujarat
183. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Hyderabad NIFT Campus, Opposite Hi- tech City, Madhapur, Hyderabad-500081 Andhra Pradesh
184. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Kannur IHTT Campus, Thottada, Kizhunna- Post,Kannur- 670007 Kerala
185. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Mumbai NIFT Campus, Plot No.15,Sector–4, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai-410210 Maharas htra
186. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Kolkata NIFT Campus, Plot- 3B,Block-LA,Near 16No.WaterTank,     Sector- III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata- 700098 West Bengal
187. National       Institute        of Fashion Technology Patna NIFT Campus,2nd Floor, Udyog Bhavan, Opposite Gandhi Maidan, Patna-04 Bihar
188. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Raebareli NIFT Campus, Vidya Mandir  ,ITI Premises, Doorbhash Nagar, Raebareli,- 229010 Uttar Pradesh
189. National Institute of Fashion                             Technology Shillong NIFT Campus, North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health& Medical Sciences (Old NEIGRIHMS Campus),’C’Block, Pasteur Hills Lawmali, Shillong- 793012 Meghalay a
190. National Institute of Design Ahmedabad Paldi, Ahmedabad- 380007 Gujarat
191. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Kangra Kangra Himachal Pradesh
192. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bhubaneshwar Bhubaneshwar Odisha
193. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Jodhpur Jodhpur Rajastha n
194. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Srinagar Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir
I-Institute Of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition [22]
195. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering & Nutrition Delhi Pusa,NewDelhi- 110012 Delhi
196. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition Ahmedabad Government Polytechnic Compound, Ahmedabad- 380015 Gujarat
197. Inst.of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Goa Alto Porvorim, Bardez,Goa- 403521 Goa
198. Inst.of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Bangalore SJ Polytechnic Campus, Seshadri Road, Bangalore- 560001 Karnatak a
199. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering & Nutrition Bhopal Quarters, Near Academy of Admin. Bhopal-462016 Madhya Pradesh
200. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition Hyderabad Row, Durgabai Deshmukh Colony, Vidyanagar Hyderabad-500007 Andhra Pradesh
201. Inst.of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Jaipur Near Bani Park Police Station, Sikar Road,Jaipur302016 Rajastha n
202. Inst.of Hotel Mgt.Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Kolkata P-16,TaratolaRoad, Kolkata-700088 West Bengal
203. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering &Nutrition Lucknow Seed Farm, Sector-G, Aliganj, Lucknow- 226020 Uttar Pradesh
204. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition Mumbai Veer Sawarkar Marg, Dadar(W),Mumbai- 400028 Maharas htra
205. Institute of Hotel Management Shillong “Lumpyngad”, Bishop Cotton Road, Shillong– 793001 Meghalay a
206. Inst.of Hotel Mgt.Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Vaishali Near Ramashish Chowk,Opp. State Govt.Circuit House, P.O.Industrial Estate,Hazipur-844 001,Vaishali Bihar
207. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering & Nutrition Shimla Kufri,Shimla- 171012 Himachal Pradesh
208. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition Srinagar Boulevard Road, Near Nehru Park, Srinagar- 190001 Jamm u& Kashm ir
209. Inst.of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Thiruvananthapuram G.V.Raja Road, Kovalam P.O. Thiruvananthapuram- 695527 Kerala
210. Inst.of Hotel Mgt.Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Gwalior BhindRoad, Maharajpura PO, Gwalior-474002 Madhya Pradesh
211. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering &Nutrition Guru Nanak Dev College Campus, Hardo channai Road, Gurdaspur Punjab
212. Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition Chennai CIT Campus, Tharamani P.O. Chennai-600113 Tamil Nadu
213. Dr.Ambedkar Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology& Applied Nutrition Chandigarh Sector-42/D, Chandigarh- 160036 Chandiga rh
214. Inst. of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Bhubaneswar Veer Surender Sai Nagar, Bhubaneshwar- 751004 Orissa
215. Inst.of Hotel Mgt. Catering Tech.& Applied Nutrition Guwahati AIDC Building, ABC Stoppage,G.S. Road, Bhangarsh, Guwahati781005 Assam
216. Indian Institute of Tourism &Travel Management Gwalior Govindpuri, Gwalior –474011 Madhya Pradesh
II–Private Hotel Management Institutes[3]
217. B.V.Institute of Hotel Management& Catering Technology Mumbai Sector-8,CBD,Navi Mumbai-400614 Maharas htra
218. B.V.(Bharti Vidyapeeth’s) Instt. of Hotel Mgmt.& Catering Technology Pune Katraj-Dhankavdi, Pune- 411043 Maharas htra
219. All India Shri Shivaji Memorial Institute of Hotel Mgmt & Catering Technology Pune 55/56,Shivajinagar, Pune- 411005 Maharas htra
220. National Institute of Mentally Handicapped Secunderabad Mano vikas Nagar, Secunderabad- 500009 Andhra Pradesh
221. Deen Dayal Upa. Inst. For the Phy. Handicapped New Delhi 4,VishnuDigamber Marg,New Delhi- 110002 Delhi
222. Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped Mumbai Kishan Chand Marg, Bandra(West), Mumbai- 400050 Maharas htra
223. National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research Cuttack Olatpur,PO Bairoi, Cuttack-754010 Orissa
224. National Institute for the Visually Handicapped Dehradun 116,RajpurRoad, Dehradun Uttaranc hal
225. National Institute for the Orthopaedically Handicapped Kolkata BT Road, Bon- Hooghly, Kolkata- 700090 West Bengal
226. National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities Chennai East Coast Road, Muttukadu, Kovalam Post, Chennai- 603112 Tamil Nadu
10. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISERs) (7)
227. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Mohali Mohali Punjab
228. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Kolkata Kolkata West Bengal
229. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Bhopal Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
230. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Pune Pune Maharas htra
231. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Thiruvananthapuram Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
232. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Berhampur Berhampur Odisha
233. Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Tirupati Tirupati Andhra Pradesh
234. Tata Institute of Social Science Mumbai PO        Box        8313, Deonar,Mumbai-400088 Maharas htra
235. National     School     of Drama Delhi LTG          Auditorium, Mandi House, New Delhi Delhi
236. The    Energy     &    Resources Institute New Delhi Darbari Seth Block, Habitat Place,Lodhi Road, New Delhi- 110003 Delhi
237. Film     and              Television Institute of India Pune Law College Road, Pune-411004 Maharas htra
238. Indian     Institute     of    Mass Communication New Delhi Aruna Asaf       Ali Marg, JNU  New  Campus, New Delhi- 110067 Delhi
239. Academy   of   Scientific    and Innovative                 Research, Chennai Chennai Tamil Nadu
240. National          Institute                           of Pharmaceutical, Educational and Research, Mohali Mohali Punjab

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