in Karnataka through Centralized Single Window Scheme
The Milli Gazette
29 May 2009
To make the process of applying for scholarships easy, transparent and
scientific, Karnataka State Minorities Scholarship Committee (KSMSC) has
come up with a Centralized Single Window Scheme for students seeking
admission to 1st year in Professional Courses BE, MBBS, BDS, B.Arch, BUMS,
BAMS & BHMS on merit basis through CET 2009 only.
After 3 years of efforts the following Organizations are participating in
this one of its kind initiative:
Al-Ameen Scholarship Trust, Hosur Road, Bangalore
Danish Educational Trust, Richmond Road, Bangalore
Bazm-e-Niswan Charitable Trust, Tasker Town, Bangalore
Meher Care Foundation, Shantinagar, Bangalore
Humane Touch, Padarayanapura, Bangalore
Talent Promotion Trust, Cunningham Road, Bangalore
LAST DATE TO APPLY - 6 JUNE 2009
1. Students who have passed 2nd PUC science or 12th std science and
CET 2009 exams.
2. Should have achieved (a) Medical rank within 4000 (b) ISM Rank within
20,000; (c) Engineering rank within 30,000 in CET 2009.
3. The annual income of parents/guardian should not be more than Rs.1 Lakh.
4. The student should be eligible & willing to receive ZAKAT funds.
Application form is can be downloaded from www.ksmsc.com
FILLED IN APPLICATION FORMS MUST BE SENT TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS ONLY
No 29, 2nd Floor, “SAHARA”,
Opp. Vijaya College,
Next to Kabab Magic,
Bangalore - 560004.
Phone: 080-4155 4225
This centralised scholarship scheme will help in removing students who
fraudulently receive scholarships from multiple organisation.
Also, KSMSC has a dedicated team to perform stringent
background checks so that only needy & deserving students receive
scholarships. The centralised scheme will provide operational efficiency
and cut costs for the participating organisation. Imagine the form of the
same student being processed in each organisation separately and
individual back ground checks. What a waste of funds!
For students it will be easier and cheaper to just
apply at one place and have their application reach many organisations.
The Milli Gazette is hopeful that more
organisation will join the committee and that this scheme will be
duplicated in other states.
[With inputs from