ICAI S Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund (SVAMF) Scholarship FY 2015-2016
|THE S. VAIDYANATH AIYAR MEMORIAL FUND (SVAMF)|
The Managing Committee of the S. Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund have decided to award scholarships to 100 students (who are currently undergoing articled training in accordance with The Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 who are poor, needy but meritorious) requiring scholarship to pursue the Chartered Accountancy course @ Rs. 1000/- p.m. for one year with effect from 1st April, 2015 to 31st March, 2016 to be paid in lump sum, subject to filing of application for the same.
The eligibility criteria for obtaining scholarship from SVAMF are as under:
Passed 10 + 2 examination with a minimum of 70 percent marks and also have Passed Common Proficiency Test of ICAI in the first attempt
Passed B. Com Examination of a recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks.
ii) Currently undergoing articled training as per CA Regulations.
iii) Annual income of parents from all sources must be less than Rs. 1.50 lakh.
Students who are needy, poor but meritorious and are fulfilling the above criteria may apply for scholarship from the S. Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund. Students may send their request in the prescribed and duly filled in form to the Member Secretary, S. Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund at the following address so as to reach on or before 15th May, 2016. The form can be downloaded from website of the Institute www.icai.org.
The Managing Committee of the S.Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund will consider each of such cases on merit basis and decide at their discretion the amount to be granted from S.Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund
S.Vaidyanath Aiyar Memorial Fund
C/ O The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India,
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