Madhya Pradesh Government To Pay Fees Of Students Taking Admission In DU Under The ‘Medhavi Vidhyarthi Yojana’

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In a Cabinet meeting in Bhopal held on Monday the state government made new provisions to cover more students under ‘Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidhyarthi Yojana’ (MMVY).The students securing 70% in class XII examinations from MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) will be entitled to the provision which will be effective from the session 2018-2019.

The students who are willing to take admission in Delhi University,Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and taking admissions in Law Universities clearing their examinations will also get benefits of the MMVY. The students securing 1.5 lakh common rank in JEE mains are also covered under the scheme which was earlier limited to students getting 50000 rank.

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The Cabinet also decided to extend the benefits of the scheme to the students pursuing graduation programmes running in all universities and institutes of the Government of India,integrated post-graduation programme and dual degree courses,the courses run by government aided and recognised private institutions in the country.

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