School of Liberal Arts and Basic Sciences (SLABS) intends to provide a holistic, multi-disciplinary undergraduate education. It is essential to prepare students to develop a multi-dimensional thought process and problem-solving skills to face increasingly complex issues and challenges of the modern world.
SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh had recently announced the availability of scholarships ranging from 30%-80% tuition fee waiver for outstanding students who are interested to join various departments under SLABS. As the higher range of scholarships is exhausted, a limited number of scholarships amounting to a 30% tuition fee waiver will be open until September 30, 2020, for students who have secured 80% and above marks in the 12th standard. The limited scholarship to meritorious students is available on the first-cum-first served basis. Hurry up!
|Sl. No||Name of the Scholarship||Eligibility Criteria||Selection Criteria||Amount of Scholarship||Number of Scholarships|
|1||SRMAP President Scholarship||State Topper in Higher Secondary Education in AP Board.||Direct Admission. No test and no interview for State topper.||100 % Tuition Fee Waiver||1 (At times there are 2 - 3 state toppers and all the 3 students are eligible for Scholarships)|
|2||SRMAP Merit Scholarship||District Topper in Higher Secondary Examination in AP Board.||1. 80% Weightage for District Topper and 10 % weightage for SRMAP Test score and 10% weightage for interview. 2. Students are required to submit the District Topper Certificate issued by the District Educational Officer concerned.||100% Tuition Fee Waiver||13|
|3||SRMAP Merit cum - Means Scholarship||1. 90% Marks in Higher Secondary Examination. 2. Parental income upto INR 4.5 Lakhs per Annum. Income Certificate to be submitted by the student issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer (MRO) Concerned.||80% weightage for District Topper and 10 % weightage for SRMAP Test score and 10% weightage for interview.||50% Tuition Fee Waiver||Not exceeding 5% of all students admitted in SLABS and BBA programs in 2020.|