A scheme called the Goa Financial Assistance towards fees for various courses under Higher and Technical Education
Scheme, 2014 known as the Bursary Scheme has been approved by the Government of Goa and taken up for notification to the public. This scheme shall come into effect from the Academic Year, 2014-15.
View Official Gazette, Govt. of Goa
The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) was founded in 1950 by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, independent Indiaâ€™s first Education Minister. Its objectives are to actively participate in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs pertaining to Indiaâ€™s external cultural relations; to foster and strengthen cultural relations and mutual understanding between India and other countries; to promote cultural exchanges with other countries and people; and to develop relations with nations.
The GSS is one of the important scholarship schemes of ICCR for Foreign Students which is awarded at the level of undergraduate/postgraduate levels and for pursuing research to foreign students belonging to Asian and Latin American Countries.
Vidyasaarathi is a technology-enabled initiative by Protean eGov Technologies Limited (formerly NSDL e-Governance infrastructure limited). Vidyasaarathi enables underprivileged students to receive financial assistance via corporate-funded scholarships. It aims to bridge the gap in education finance in the country through an online platform. Students can search and apply to various education finance schemes they are qualified for. Fund providers, industries, and corporates can promote skill development by designing education finance schemes provided on merit by fund providers, industries, and corporates.
Ever since its inception, Vidyasaarathi has received tremendous response from the student community. More than 10 lakh students have registered on the Vidyasaarathi portal and many leading names from the Indian corporate sector have disbursed scholarships through the platform (as on January 2022).
HDFC Bank Parivartan's COVID Crisis Support Scholarship Program is an initiative of HDFC Bank that aims to support the children affected by COVID crisis to continue their education. The scholarship program is meant for school students from Class 1-12 to those pursuing UG, PG and diploma courses.
Under this scholarship, the students who have lost either or both of their parent(s)/earning member(s) or whose earning family members have lost their employment (or livelihood) during the pandemic will be provided with a one-time financial assistance ranging from INR 15,000 to INR 75,000.
Fr Joseph Carreno a member of the Salesians of Don Bosco was pioneering missionary in India and the Philippines, founder of the premier Indian institution Sacred Heart College, Tirupattur, Vellore District, . He was also a poet, musician and writer, with a special interest in the Shroud of Turin. He has been called the most loved Salesian in South India.
In October 1952, CarreÃ±o himself was sent to Goa. He stayed there eight years. During this time the work expanded to include two technical schools, a high and elementary school, two public churches, one of them in Panjim dedicated to the Pilgrim Virgin; the care of more than 600 poor boys, the presses, the Catholic Hour on the government radio station, and the work for vocations. When the Indian government broke diplomatic relations with Portugal over the issue of Goa, CarreÃ±o was called by the Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, to act as an intermediary in the liberation of Indian prisoners in Goa. Four months later Goa granted amnesty to the Indian prisoners. Between Madras and Goa, CarreÃ±o spent almost thirty years in India.
Vincenzo Scuderi, born 30 May 1902 in Ramacca near Catania in Sicily, was a Catholic priest belonging to the Society of St Francis de Sales now called the Salesians of Don Bosco, one of the great members of this Society in India, and pioneer of the Salesian work in Don Bosco, Panjim and Goa. He died on 22 November 1982 at Catania, Sicily.
Marilia and Antonio da Cruz, passed away several years ago, leaving behind seven children. They were both strong believers that every student had their individual strengths and should be encouraged to develop them, to the maximum.
To perpetuate their memory, their children decided to establish a bursary, that would support deserving students from the BBA (T&T) stream.
Mr. Jerome Marrel studied in Salesiens de Don Bosco in France and after completing his education in French from Don Bosco, he decided to award a yearly Scholarship in the name of his parents - Albert and Loti Marrel out of the inheritance received for the Two Best Students in French Subject. This Scholarship is awarded now to the Best Student in Portuguese subject since our Institute does not conduct a French subject.