The scheme aims to support students from OBC, nomadic tribes, backward, and special backward classes. It aims to ensure that financial constraints don't hinder their pursuit of higher education in prestigious foreign institutes.
Students should belong to deprived castes, nomadic tribes, backward, or special backward classes.
Admission in institutes ranked within the top 200 in the latest THE/QS world rankings abroad.
Full-time enrollment in the educational program.
Parent/family annual income not exceeding 8 lakhs.
Postgraduate students need at least 60% marks from recognized Indian universities.
The benefits provided for higher education abroad include:
Tuition fees for the academic period.
Admission-related expenses as per fixed rates by the educational institution or government guidelines.
Economy class airfare for the shortest route, adhering to government guidelines for admission and return after completing the course.