Gujarat Government MYSY Scholarship - Mukhyamantri Yuva Swavalamban Yojana Scholarship



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Mukhyamantri Yuva Swavalamban Yojana (MYSY) Scholarship  2019. Students enrolled in academic year 1-5 who are unable to apply online due to delay in University Examination result, students at mysykcg@gmail.com. Scanning the application and the required evidence will be emailed. Students will also be able to give their details at the address given below. Students who have applied for higher level will be allowed to apply for the year 6-8. Students who qualify in seven categories of Hon'ble Chief Minister's Scholarship Scheme (CMSS) will also benefit from the Hon'ble Chief Minister's Scholarship Scheme (CMSS). Further information is available at https://scholarships.gujarat.gov.in


  • Students can unlock his/her application directly from website using student Login.
  • For any query regarding the Payment status kindly meet at KCG only on Tuesday and Friday timings will be 3:00 PM to 06:00 PM.
  • For all other queries kindly meet at the Helpcenter and concern Department. MYSY Helpline number: 079-26566000, 7043333181 (10:00 AM to 01:00 PM & 02:30 PM to 06:00 PM).

Introducation For Student: Click Here

Formet Of Self Declaration Form 2017-18: Click Here

Certificate from Institute for new student 2018-19: Click Here

Important Links for MYSY:


Eligibility:


  • For Diploma Course: Student must have secured 80 or more Percentile (PR) in 10th and family income must be less than Rs. 6 lakh/annum.
  • For Engineering and Pharmacy Course: Student must have secured 80 or more Percentile (PR) in 12th Science and family income must be less than Rs. 6 lakh/annum.
  • For D2D Course: Student must have secured 65% or more in Diploma and family income must be less than Rs. 6 lakh/annum.
  • For Medical Course: Student must have secured 80 or more Percentile (PR) in 12th Science and family income must be less than Rs. 6 lakh/annum.
  • For Other Course (BCom, BSc, BA, BCA, BBA): Student must have secured 80 or more Percentile (PR) in 12th and family income must be less than Rs. 6 lakh/annum.

Scholarship Amount:

  • Applicable for SFI (Self Finance) college only
  • Scholarship Amount: 50% of tuition fees

    CoursesMaximum Limit (Rs)
    MBBS (Medical), BDS (Dental)2,00,000
    BE (Engineering), BTech, BPharm, BArch, D2D50,000
    Diploma Courses25,000
    Other Graduation Courses (BCom, BSc, BA, BCA, BBA)10,000
  • Hostel Grant Detail
    • Applicable for Government, GIA and SFI
    • Rs. 1200 per Month (for 10 Months/Year)
    • Admission should be in "Taluka" other than present residential "Taluka"
  • Books and Instrument Grant Detail
    • Applicable for Government, GIA and SFI
    • Student will get this Grant once
Courses And  Maximum Limit (Rs):
  • MBBS (Medical), BDS (Dental):  10,000  Maximum Limit (Rs)
  • BE (Engineering), BTech, BPharm, BArch:  5,000 Maximum Limit (Rs)
  • Diploma Courses:  3,000 Maximum Limit (Rs)
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED (SELF ATTESTED)

  1. Aadhaar Card Xerox
  2. 10th Std. / 12th Std Marksheet Xerox (whichever is applicable)
  3. Admission Letter given by Admission Committee
  4. Fee Receipt
  5. Self Decleration (Original)
  6. College Principal's certificate in College Letterhead
  7. Parent's Annual Income Certificate (Given by TDO or Mamlatdar)
  8. Bank Account Proof (Nationalize Bank Account Passbook's first page Xerox)
  9. Hostel Admission Letter and Fee Receipt
  10. Affidavit Original (Non-Judicial stamp paper of Rs. 20/)

Launch details:

This scheme has started from 1st September 2017 onwards. It will continue for the academic year 2017-18 and thereafter it shall get renewed. The last date to register on the official website (http://mysy.guj.nic.in/) is 31st October 2017.

For more information, you can contact MYSY at – 079-26566000 and 7043333181. These numbers are open from 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM on weekdays.

Key features:

  • Government employee relaxation: For government employees there is an age relaxation of 5 years for making use of this scheme.
  • Aid to special areas: Those areas which neither have a higher education department or a government hostel shall receive special benefits. Rs. 1200 will be given to them for 10 months before they can find their accommodation.
  • Extra gear to students: The students who are studying in higher secondary level will get aid for purchasing books and other educational gear. Those students that are currently in undergraduate level will get monetary aid as per the scholarship structure mentioned below.
  • Student categories: Nearly all students will get this grant, given that they have obtained a specified minimum at their school or college level. For more information on this, see the eligibility criteria.

Scholarship structure:

  • Amount of grant: The government shall give the students a grant of Rs. 1 lakh for the period of five years. But this amount is for those who are pursuing their degree courses under Gujarat Medical Education Research Society (GMERS) and for those who are taking up dental courses as well.
  • Grant for other courses: For students who are pursuing courses like pharmacy, Ayurved, engineering, nursing, homeopathy and physiotherapy, will get half the amount as grant. This means they shall get only Rs. 50,000 per year at the most.
  • More course structures: For students who are studying courses like B.Ed, B.A, B.Sc and more, there will be a government grant worth Rs. 10,000 per annum. Or, they can also get half their college expenses paid – whichever is lower to the government.
  • Higher secondary students: Students who have just passed 10th standard or 12th standard with the marks that fall under the eligibility criteria will also get the grant, if you have settled for courses, then you will be given Rs. 25,000 per year, or half amount of your fees – whichever is lower.
  • Free reading material: You will not just get the reading material for free but you shall also get the outfits or uniforms made for free if you have any in schools and colleges. The frame charges will be as per the norms of the self-financed schools.
  • Gujarat Resident: The student has to be a resident of Gujarat to be eligible for this scheme. Gujarat residents are the only ones who shall be able to get benefits under this scheme.
  • Household income: Under the MYSY scheme, the household income matters too. The total household income of the family should not exceed Rs. 4.5 lakh for this scheme.
  • Marks and merit: Students who have scored more than 90% in their 10th and 12th standard will be able to apply for this scheme. Also, those students who have enrolled for undergraduate courses in B.Ed, B.Sc, and other professional courses, are eligible.

You can check out the list of the courses here.

Important Documents:

  • Income certificate: You have to make an income certificate and get it authorized from a competent authority usually a Mamlatdar or TDO.
  • Notarized Affidavit: You have to also send a notarized affidavit for this scheme which is available for Rs. 20 (non judicial stamp). Please note that a 20-rupee notarized affidavit is must for this scheme.
  • Copy of Bank documents: You need to produce a copy of your savings bank account’s passbook. It can also be a copy of the student’s or the parent’s passbook.
  • Admission copy: You have to provide a copy of the final admission letter to the college or institute and hostel admission letter. For both of these, you have to produce a copy the fee receipt also.

How to Apply:

  1. Go to this website http://mysy.guj.nic.in/ and then click on ‘New Application’ present at the top on the right hand corner of the main page.
  2. After that you have to click “If you have not registered plz. Click for registration” which is located right under “Login” on this page http://mysy.guj.nic.in/Frm_Stu_Login.aspx?p=1
  3. Fill out the form and then click “Get password” – you will get a password which you can use to enter further details.

That’s all. You will then get a MYSY registration number. Keep it safely for future reference.

Basically this is an initiative for the underprivileged students of Gujarat. It is heartily welcomed because it will prove bbeneficial for the downtrodden but bright students of the state.