Dharamshala: A total of 1,055 Class XII students under three different autonomous bodies of Tibetan Children’s Village (TCV), Tibetan Homes Foundation (THF) and Sambhota Tibetan Schools Society (STSS), sat in for the recently declared Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) and the graduates are on the lookout for scholarships for their further education.
The Scholarship Section and the Counselling Section of the Department of Education (DoE) have jointly held a series of virtual awareness programs on the amendments made to the DoE’s 2013 Scholarship Rules and Regulations. The awareness virtual sessions held from 16 to 19 May were attended by Tibetan School Resident Counsellors, Tibetan Settlement Offices’ concerned staff, and also students and their parents.
The awareness sessions focus on the changes made to the DoE’s Scholarship Rules and Regulations, the announcement of the DoE’s annual Scholarship and DoE Reserved Seats were also covered along with a mock demonstration to fill out the Google form online. All the sessions were attended with great enthusiasm and interest. The floor raised lots of questions for which a detailed response was provided.
The DoE’s Scholarship Rules and Regulations book can be downloaded from sherig.org.