Financial Assistance Program Offered by Delhi University

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The Financial Support Scheme (FSS) 2023–24, which is meant for students whose family income is less than Rs 8 lakh yearly, has been made public by Delhi University’s Dean Students’ Welfare Office. Candidates can apply for this plan until January 10 at 5 p.m.

Full-time, deserving students enrolled in any UG or PG degree program at any department, institution, or center of the University of Delhi who fit into one of the following categories are eligible for this financial help program:

Students whose family makes no more than Rs 4 lakhs each year. For these students, there will be a fee waiver of up to 100% (actual tuition, or a maximum of Rs 10,000).

A fee remission of up to 50% (actual amount or a maximum of Rs 8,000) is available to families making between Rs 4 and Rs 8 lakh per year.

Except for the test and housing costs, all fees paid to Delhi University are forgiven.

Documents required for the application form are as follows:
1. A self-attested copy of the annual family income certificate or the EWS/OBC-NCL certificate, both issued by the appropriate authorities after March 31, 2023. A notary’s income certificate will not be accepted.
2.Self-attested copies of the following family members’ most recent income tax returns (2022-23):
Father, Mother, Sister (s), Brother (s), and Unmarried Sister (s) (all under 25 years old)
3. A self-certified copy of the aforementioned Pan card(s)
4. A properly signed undertaking from the candidate.
5. Signed copy of authentic certificate, properly signed by the Center/Department/Institute Head/Director in the format provided on
6. A copy of the last exam pass certificate that has been self-attested.
7. A self-certified copy of the most recent invoice.
8. A self-attested copy of a cancelled check or a bank passbook with the student’s name, account number, and IFSC code on it.

However, because they were already awarded fee waivers at the time of admission, undergraduate students pursuing five-year integrated law programs (BA LLB/BBA LLB) and BTech programs in computer science and engineering, electronics and computer engineering, and electrical engineering under the Faculty of Technology are not eligible to apply under this scheme.

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