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MOMA Scholarship Types | MOMA Scholarship Benefits | MOMA Scholarship Features | MOMA Scholarship Registration | MOMA Scholarship Portal Login

About MOMA Scholarships

The MOMA Scholarships are considered to be the minority scholarships that have been initiated by the Ministry of Minority Affairs. Under this scheme, students who belong to the minor communities, such as:

  • Muslims
  • Jains
  • Christian
  • Buddhist
  • Sikh
  • Zoroastrian (Parsi)

Are given the following types of scholarships:

  • Pre-matric scholarships
  • Post-matric scholarships
  • Merit-cum-scholarships (Scholarship for technical and professional courses)

All the winners of these minority scholarships are given an amount of up to INR 20,000 per annum. The Indian Government wants to distribute 30 Lakhs of Scholarship under the pre-matric Scholarship, five lakhs of Scholarship under the post-metric Scholarship, and 60,00 of Scholarship under the merit-cum-scholarship.

3 types of MOMA Scholarships:

  1. Pre-Metric Scholarship: 

    This Scholarship is primarily initiated to support the students of the minority group at the pre-metric levels. Here the Scholarship is given up to INR 600 monthly to students who belong to class from 1 to 10. For the student to be eligible to apply for the pre-metric minority scholarship, the student’s family income should not exceed INR 1 Lakh, and the score of their previous examination should be at least 50% and above.

  2. Post-Metric Scholarship: 

    This Scholarship is primarily initiated to support the students of the minority group at the post-metric levels. Here the Scholarship is given to the individual who is studying from class 11 to Ph.D. The student’s family income should not exceed INR 2 lakhs, and the marks of the previous examination should be at least 50%. All the selected students get a scholarship of INR 10,000 per month and an extra maintenance amount of up to INR 1200 per month.

  3. Merit-cum-Scholarship – Scholarship for Technical and Professional Courses: The merit-cum Scholarship Is given to the students pursuing either technical or professional courses at the graduation or post-graduation course. The scholarship amount given is up to INR 20,000 per annum to all the shortlisted students. The applicant’s family income should not be more than INR 2.5 Lakhs, and the marks of the previous examination should be at least 50% and above.

 

MOMA Scholarship Rewards

 

 All the students who get selected for these scholarships receive minimum financial assistance in the form of:

  • Admission fees
  • Tuition fees
  • Maintenance allowance

Pre-Matric Scholarship

 A: Class – 6 to 10: INR 500 per annum subject is given to both the hostellers and day scholars.

B: Class – 6 to 10: INR 350 per month subject is given to both the hostellers and day scholars.

C: Class – 1 to 5: INR 100 per month is given to the day scholars.

D: Class – 6 to 10: INR 600 per month.

 

Post-Metric Scholarship

 A: Class 11 & 12: INR 7,200 per annum subject to both hostellers and day scholars.

B: Vocational and technical courses (Class 11 and 12): INR 10,000 per annum subject to both hostellers and day scholars.

C: UG & PG Levels: INR 3,000 per annum subject to both hostellers and day scholars.

D: Class 11 & 12 (That includes vocational and technical courses): INR 380 per month.

E: UG & PG (For all the courses other than professional and technical courses): INR 57- per month.

F: M.Phil. & Ph.D.: INR 1,200 per month.

 

Merit-cum Scholarship for both technical and professional courses:

 A: Graduation & Post-Graduation (Both technical and professional courses): Course fees – INR 20,000 Per month subject for both hostellers and day scholars.

B: Graduation & Post-Graduation (Both technical and professional courses): Maintenance allowance – INR 1,000 per month.

 

MOMA Eligibility Criteria

Anyone who wants to apply for the MOMA national minority scholarship must belong to the minor community and be studying in India. The following are the details of eligibility:

 

Pre-Metric Scholarship

A: The students should be studying in class 1 to 10

B: Students must have scored a minimum of 50% in their previous final exam.

C: The annual income of the student’s family should not exceed INR 1 lakh.

Post-Metric Scholarship:

A: The students should be studying in class 11 and 12

B: The students who are enrolled in technical and vocations courses in the IT or Industrial training centres which are affiliated with NCTV can apply

C: Students pursuing polytechnics or other courses are also eligible to apply.

D: Students must have scored a minimum of 50% in their previous final exam

E: The annual income of the student’s family should not exceed INR 2 lakhs.

 

Merit-cum Scholarship for technical and professional courses

 A: Students who have taken admission in professional or technical courses at either graduation or post-graduation levels are eligible.

B: Students must have scored a minimum of 50% in their previous final exam

C: The annual income of the student’s family should not exceed INR 2.5 lakhs.

 

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