MAHE awards scholarships to its undergraduate and postgraduate students under several categories. During the previous academic year, MAHE has disbursed INR 43.4 Crore to its meritorious and needy students (3283). In addition, on the occasion of 86th birthday of its founder Chancellor Dr. Ramdas M Pai, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) announces scholarship for deserving students who have unfortunately lost their sole earning parent during their course of study at MAHE. The scholarship is in the form of a 100% course fee waiver for the remaining duration of the study at MAHE. This scholarship scheme will come into effect from the date of announcement – September 17, 2021.
The Ministry of Education, Government of India notified MAHE as an Institution of Eminence in October 2020. MAHE provides a great variety of graduate and postgraduate courses covering several disciplines through its 22 constituent units and 9 teaching departments. Over 25,000 students from all over the world pursue undergraduate and postgraduate programs in diverse subjects.
Dr Ranjan R Pai, President MAHE Trust and Chairman MEMG said “MAHE places great importance to the welfare of its students and has initiated many welfare measures keeping the interest of the students in view. The institution of Dr Ramdas M Pai scholarship, on the occasion of the 86th Birthday of our Chancellor is one such welfare measures that will benefit students of MAHE who lose their sole earning parent during their course of study, so that they do not face any financial hardship to complete their course.”
The following officials were also present during the function:
Vasanti R Pai, Trustee, MAHE Trust, Manipal
Shruti R Pai, Director, MEMG, Bengaluru
Dr. PLNG Rao, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Health Sciences), MAHE, Manipal
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