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Cancer Survivors Extended Helping Hand by YouWeCan Foundation with Scholarships

YouWeCan Foundation is providing monetary aid to educate children of the immediate family member under ‘YouWeCan Scholarship for Cancer Survivors 2017. The scholarship amount for students from class 1 to class 12 is INR 15000. Students fulfilling the eligibility criteria for the scholarship can apply before the last date.

Sep 27, 2017 17:09 IST
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To help families who are facing financial crisis pertaining to expensive and prolonged cancer treatment, YouWeCan Foundation is providing monetary aid to educate children of the immediate family member under ‘YouWeCan Scholarship for Cancer Survivors 2017’.

Application submission closes on September 30, 2017. To check the eligibility and application procedures follow the proceedings: 

Eligibility:

  • Applications are invited from students all across India who are studying in Class 1 to 12, Graduation, Post- Graduation, Diploma, ITI from any Board, UGC recognized university or institute.
  • Applications are sought from students whose immediate family has fought with cancer in the past or whose family member is currently going through cancer treatment. Students who have lost their parents due to cancer can also apply.
  • The family income of the candidate must not exceed INR 4L p.a.
  • The applicant must not be availing any other scholarship more than INR 6000.

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Reward:

Candidates of school level will receive INR 15,000 p.a. and INR 30,000 p.a. will be provided at graduation and post- graduation level. The scholarship will be initially for two years, but candidate can apply again, after meeting the necessary criterion at graduation level.

Application:

Applications are attended online through the link given below.

About:

YouWeCan Foundation creates a conscious environment to fight cancer by inculcating a habit of regular cancer checkups and to educate all the segments of society about the implications of the disease through affordable campaigns.

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