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Geojit introduces an exciting scholarship scheme for professional courses

3rd June 2024: A scholarship program has been introduced by well-known investment services company Geojit Financial Services Ltd. to assist worthy students from economically disadvantaged groups in their pursuit of career-oriented courses in a variety of subject areas. As part of this initiative, Geojit will provide selected students with up to Rs. 25,000 per year to help with tuition, exam fees, and other educational costs.

Students who have finished X and XII with at least 80% of the possible points are eligible for the scholarship. To guarantee that the financial aid reaches the people who need it most, applicants’ annual family income cannot exceed Rs. 3 lakh.

Commenting on the launch of the scholarship program, Geojit’s spokesperson said, “Financial constraints often prevent the youth of the country from realizing their career goals. Empowering youth by helping them gain higher education will lead to the betterment of not just their lives but society as well. We hope the selected students have a bright future”.

Geojit’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) division, the Geojit Foundation, will oversee the scholarship program. Before the August 31, 2024, deadline, interested students are urged to apply.

Geojit’s scholarship program is an expression of its dedication to providing educational opportunities for underprivileged students, helping them to get over financial obstacles and realize their goals in both academics and the workplace. With the help of this program, Geojit Financial Services Ltd. hopes to greatly enhance the youth’s social and personal growth and provide them with the tools they need to create better futures.

Eligible candidates should use the official channels of communication established by the Geojit Foundation for additional information and application procedures. With the support of this initiative, students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds will be able to close the educational gap and move closer to success.


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