Financial Assistance and Fee Concession, whether fresh or on renewal is granted to the students who apply/will apply for it on a prescribed application form by the dates announced by college. All students whose parent's income is less than Rs. 60,000/- per annum are eligible for this assistance. This income includes pay, bonus, allowances, etc. except house rent allowance. An income certificate is required to be submitted along with the application as per the following guidelines:
- Salaried persons including those who have retired are required to submit the last pay certificate or pension order duly signed and stamped by the Head of Office.
- Professional persons (lawyers etc.) are required to submit the latest income-tax assessment copy duly certified.
- Business persons are required to submit an affidavit on Court Paper or income tax assessment copy duly certified or a certificate from an M.P., M.L.A. etc.
- Fee concession may be withdrawn from a student who is found guilty of misconduct or breach of discipline, is irregular in
- attendance, is negligent in studies leading to poor performance in tests and examinations.
- Fee concession and financial assistance will not be renewed if a student is not promoted to the semester on the basis of the University Examination.
- The applicants will have to submit recommendation from their departments along with the application.
- The college financial assistance will be in the form of full or partial concession from tuition fee or other annual charges.
- If a student eventually gets any other scholarship and if (a) the amount exceeds the financial assistance given to her by the college, the assistance will be withdrawn; and (b) if the scholarship amount falls short of the college assistance, only the balance shall be paid.
- If a student who has been given financial assistance wants to withdraw from the college, she will be treated as an ordinary student and will be charged as per rules. The Principal will have the power to waive this charge whenever it is absolutely necessary.
- Applications for financial assistance will be scrutinized by the college Financial Assistance Committee.
- Students of M.Sc., except Mathematics, should apply to the Faculty of Sciences for fee concession by 15 September.
University of Delhi has several scholarships for meritorious and financially needy students. Some of the scholarship for undergraduate courses are as follows:
- Prof. J.C. Luthra Shrimati Kesra Bai Luthra Endowment Scholarship: One each in the first year of Discipline course in Botany, Zoology, Physics or Chemistry Honours (in such a way that as far as possible 50% are women recipients) for students passing senior school examination not below high second class (Rs 100 per month each).
- Shrimati Kesra Bai Luthra Memorial Scholarship: One to a meritorious and needy student joining the Ist year of Discipline Course in Botany or Zoology after passing out from Delhi Central Board with atleast high second division (Rs. 100 per month).
- Dr. Shrimati V. Hora Endowment Scholarship: One to a student who passed out from Delhi Central Board with a first division and joins Discipline Course in Zoology and is in need of financial assistance to pursue her studies (Rs. 100 per month).
- University of Delhi Women's Association Scholarship: Awarded to two deserving and needy students (who are daughters of jawans) who have passed from Delhi Central Board and join the first year (Rs. 100 per month each).
- Shri Uggersain Memorial Endowment Scholarship: Awarded to a candidate who passes out from Delhi Central Board with a first division and joins the first year and whose parent's income does not exceed Rs. 1,000 per month.
- Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao Endowment Scholarship: To a deserving and needy student coming from the family of class IV or III employees of the University who after passing out from Delhi Central Board has joined the first year (Rs. 65 per month).
- Ganga Sant Scholarship: To a meritorious student who joins the first year in Sanskrit and is in need of financial assistance. Failing that Discipline Course in Mathematics, failing that any other Discipline Course (Rs. 50 per month).
- Subodh Chandra Amiya Banerjee Scholarship: To two meritorious and needy students whose parent's income does not exceed Rs. 500 per month and who join first year (Rs. 50 per month each).
- D.D. Kapoor Scholarship: To a student whose parent's income does not exceed Rs. 500 per month and who joins first year of 20 Discipline Course in Economics (Rs. 100 per month).
- Shri Balak Ram Scholarship: To a meritorious student whose parent's income does not exceed Rs. 500 per month and who joins the first year Discipline Course in Mathematics (Rs. 75 per month).
- All India Entrance Scholarship: Fifty in number for three years of an Honours degree (Rs. 250 per month).
- Pandit Man Mohan Dar Endowment Scholarship: To deserving or needy undergraduate students of B.A. Honours Sanskrit and Science subjects, viz. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics (Rs. 100 per month).
State Government Scholarships
Students coming from other States may find out from their respective State Education Departments whether scholarships are available for pursuing college education. Scholarships for Reserved Category For a student belonging to the approved Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, there is a scheme of post-matriculation scholarship awarded by the Government of the State or Union Territory to which the student belongs. Such students may contact the concerned state authorities for details.
Scholarships for Reserved Category
For a student belonging to the approved Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, there is a scheme of post-matriculation scholarship awarded by the Government of the State or Union Territory to which the student belongs. Such students may contact the concerned state authorities for details.
For more details look for notifications on the Bursur's Notice Board installed outside the Accounts Department and also the college website from time to time.