National Scholarship Portal (NSP) 2021-22 : Apply, Change After Final Submit , Last Date

 National Scholarship Portal: 2021-22

National Scholarships Portal is one-stop solution through which various services starting from student application, application receipt, processing, sanction and disbursal of various scholarships to Students are enabled. National Scholarships Portal is taken as Mission Mode Project under National e-Governance Plan (NeGP)


Benefits Of this Program :

  Simplified process for the students:

1: All scholarships information available under one umbrella.

2: Single integrated application for all scholarship.  Improved transparency of NSP :

1: System suggests the schemes for which a student is eligible.

2: Duplicates can be reduced to the maximum extent

  Helps in standardisation :

1: Master data for Institutions and courses at all India level .

2: scholarships processing portal is nsp 2.0.

  Serves as a decision support system (DSS) for Ministries and departments as up-to date information will be available on demand.
  Comprehensive MIS System to facilitate monitoring every stage of Scholarships distribution i.e. from student registration to delivery of funds in NSP 2021-2022.

Eligibility :  To check click here click

Last date of NSP  Scholarship is 5th February 2021 (Extended)

The National Scholarship Portal hosts 118 scholarship schemes worth hundreds of crores for the scholarship seekers registered on the platform. It is taken as a ‘Mission Mode Project’ under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). As per the data released for the academic year 2020-21, NSP has helped the government implement and disburse scholarships worth more than INR 2,800 crores. The platform boasts more than 127 lakh applications out of which over 84 Lakh applications are verified.

Apart from this information, interested students from all streams will find more beneficial details about NSP in the article ahead.


Scholarship Under NSP Scheme :

1-Central Schemes
2-UGC/AICTE
3-State Scheme
Students from class 1 to PhD can apply for this program.

Central Schemes:

  • Department of Higher Education (DHE)
  • Ministry of Labour and Employment (MLE)
  • Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD)
  • Ministry of Tribal Affairs (MTA)
  • Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJE)
  • Ministry of Minority Affairs (MOMA), and more

National Scholarship Portal(NSP)- SERVICES

Besides applying for a scholarship, the portal also provides several other services for both the students and the institutions. A user can explore all the services offered through the NSP portal under the ‘Services Section’. The key services listed under this section include –

1. NSP 2.0 User Manual – To acquaint the users with the workflow on NSP. The students will get to know the detailed registration and application process.

2. Scheme Eligibility – Under this section, the students can filter out the scholarship schemes based on their specific requirements. They are required to fill their domicile state/UT, course level, religion, caste/category, gender, annual income of parents, disability status, and captcha code.

3. List of Ministry Coordinators

4. Scheme-wise State Nodal Officers – Under this section, the students can browse the list of state nodal officers based on the scheme they want to apply for. For example, if they are applying for a UGC scheme, they can check the details of state nodal officers under the ‘UGC’ section.

5. Know the AISHE Code – This service allows the students to check the AISHE codes of schools/colleges/institutions registered on NSP by simply providing the institution type, state, district (not mandatory) and university type (not mandatory).

6. Get AISHE Code for the Institute – This section allows the institutions, which are not registered on the portal, to register themselves by simply filling the available form.

7. List of Applicants Processed for Scholarship – Explore the list of applicants who have been selected for the scholarship in this section. The users need to select the academic year, application type, ministry, scheme, state and district to get relevant details.

8. Search Nodal Officer Details – Get the details of the nodal officers for each ministry, state or district in this section.

9. District Nodal Officer Details List – Under this section, the students can browse the district-wise list of nodal officers.

10. Institute Operational Manual – The institutions can browse the operation manual on how to fill the registration form, how to update profile, and how to remove DISE/AISHE/NCVT code.

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