Post Matric Scholarship for ST Students for Commercial Pilot Licence Course
Ministry of Tribal affairs proposes to grant 10 scholarships to ST students of the country willing to pursue commercial pilot licence course under the scheme of Post Matric scholarships. Selection of these 10 students would be carried out by DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) via conducting a written test. The norms and procedure of the Commercial Pilot Licence course is as per the scheme of PMS for ST Students of ministry of tribal affairs.
Only those students are eligible for the scholarship completed 10+2 with Mathematics and Physics as subjects. Parents/Guardian annual income should be less than one lakh eight thousand. He is Indian citizen. He can be part of any flying club/institute approved by the DGCA, choose from the list of DGCA institutes. Based on the performance in written test conducted at various centers in subjects like English, Maths, Physics, Chemistry and General Knowledge student needs to score high percentage to be eligible for the scholarship.
Mandatory fees and other allowances are payable through the concerned state government under the scheme of Post Matric Scholarship for ST Students initiated by the ministry of tribal affairs.
Things to remember while applying for the scholarship
• Copies of mark sheets/degrees/certificate in support of educational qualification and date of birth duly attested by a central or state officer
• Income proof of Parent/Guardian issued by employer or competent authority
• Xerox copy of ST certificate issued by the competent authority
• One self addressed envelops should be sent along with the application form
• One passport size photograph should be pasted on the application form and one passport size photograph should be attached with the application form.
ST students willing to pursue Commercial Pilot Licence Course under the scheme of Post Matric Scholarship to the students belonging Scheduled Tribes of Ministry of Tribal Affairs needs to apply to the joint director, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India in prescribed format within 30 days of the advertisement published in local or national newspapers.