AICTE Releases Scholarship 2020 For GATE/GPAT PG Students; Know More

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New Delhi: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has released the GATE scholarship 2020 for M.Tech/M.E./M.Arch students for the academic year 2020-21.

As per AICTE’s notice, the students would be provided with a monthly stipend of INR 12,400 for a period of 2 years or till the course is completed, whichever happens, sooner. Students would also be provided with an annual contingency grant of INR 20,000, as per the scholarship notification.

“AICTE in order to ensure the development of technical education in India awards Post Graduate Scholarship of Rs. 12,400/- per month to full-time GATE/GPAT qualified students admitted to AICTE approved postgraduate programs in AICTE approved Institutions/ University Departments,” read the official notice.

Eligibility

All the students who have received admissions in the institutions affiliated with AICTE in the current academic year 2020-21 and are possessing a valid GATE score at the time of admission would be eligible for the GATE PG scholarship as announced on aicte-india.org.

GATE Scholarship 2020: How to apply
  • The candidates need to visit the official website of AICTE
  • Go to the link that reads AICTE Scholarship 2020. Click Here
  • Enter the link to go through the student ID verification
  • Fill in the bank account number, institute’s permanent ID, student’s ID and date of birth
  • Submit the form and share the copy with the institute concerned
GATE Scholarship 2020: About the AICTE PG scholarship process

After the form is submitted, the institutes would verify and submit the data of all candidates who have been admitted to M.Tech/M.E./M.Arch courses through GATE for the academic year 2020-21. The final date for all institutes to verify and submit the data to AICTE is December 31. The scholarship would be provided from the date of commencement of class or the date of admission of the candidates. Students must note that they would be receiving the GATE scholarship 2020 amount directly in their bank accounts.

All candidates who have qualified under the Other Backward Category (Creamy Layer) would not be eligible for the scholarship. However, OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) candidates would be required to deposit their certificates which are not more than one year old to process their applications for the programme.

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