Merit-Based Scholarships: Students are given these scholarships based on how well they perform in the classroom. They may have specific criteria, such as a minimum GPA or entrance exam score.
Need-based awards: Students who can show they have a financial need are eligible for these awards. Indicators of financial restrictions may include family history, income level, or other variables.
Minority Scholarships: The government offers scholarships for students belonging to minority communities such as Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, and others. The goal of these scholarships is to offer equal access to higher education.
Central Government Scholarships: The Government of India also offers various scholarships at the national level, such as the National Scholarship Scheme, the Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships, and others. These scholarships cater to different categories of students.