The Reliance Foundation announced Monday that it has opened applications for the Reliance Foundation Scholarship Program, under which it will identify and support 100 undergraduate and graduate students with a grant and development program that will “strengthen their skills to innovate for social good.”
In 2021, 76 undergraduate and first-year graduate students received the first Reliance Foundation scholarships in artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science, the company said in a statement.
First year undergraduate and postgraduate students from institutes across India pursuing degree programs in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Mathematics, Computing, Electrical and/or Electronic Engineering are eligible to apply. There is no entry fee.
Available scholarship slots:
Through the Reliance Foundation Scholarships, up to 60 undergraduate students will receive a scholarship of up to Rs. 4 lakh each, while up to 40 postgraduates will be awarded up to Rs. 6 lakh for each period of study.
Foundations of the scholarship:
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit and applicants from all socioeconomic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Led by founder Nita Ambani, Reliance Foundation (RF) facilitates transformative changes to ensure holistic well-being and a higher quality of life for all, the company said.
“Reliance Foundation schools provide quality education to 14,000 students annually, while the Dhirubhai Ambani Scholarships have awarded more than 12,500 scholarships since 1996, based on merit and means for students to pursue higher education,” she added.
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