The last date for registration to UDAAN has been extended upto 7 August 2017. UDAAN, an initiative by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exclusively for girls, is a programme that aims at preparing the young female students for admission in centrally funded engineering Colleges/ technical institutes in India. Under this programme selected 1000 female candidates are prepared to crack IIT / professional engineering entrance exams by giving them free tutorials and coaching.
Any girl student from Kendriya Vidyalayas /Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya/Government schools of any recognised Board in India/CBSE affiliated private schools, who has scored minimum 70 per cent marks in class 10 and 80 per cent marks in science and math or minimum CGPA of 8 and GPA of 9 in science and mathematic, can take the advantage of this scheme.
The aim of the scheme is to balance the ratio of male and female candidates enrolling into the top engineering institutions of India.
Indian students residing in India and currently enrolled for academic session 2017-18 in class XI and studying Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM)subjects, with annual income of the parents being less than 6 lakhs, are eligible to apply online at the board’s official website: www.cbse.nic.in
The classes will be conducted twice a week (Saturday and Sunday). The selected girls will be provided with study material along with a tablet each. Moreover, to the students having minimum 75% attendance during Udaan classes, financial assistance will also be provided in the form of tution fee, hostel charges and during admission to IITs, NITs and other centrally funded engineering colleges/ technical institutes in India.
For detailed information on eleigibility and registration process, please check th efollowng link:
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