Bangalore University has launched a students adoption scheme for students who cannot afford higher education including students from the weaker sections of the society and orphans. The varsity recently announced free education to master degree courses to those students who are orphans and to those cannot afford higher education.
According to the students adoption scheme by the Bangalore University, orphan students will be offered free of cost education and boarding facilities.
According to a senior official in BU, the teaching faculties of the university will be donating money to provide free education under the scheme.
Students falling under this category can apply for the programmes by submitting death certificates of their parents and income certificate. However, the university has not reserved a particular number of seats for orphan students. Students falling the merit category will be given seats under the general quota.
The students will also be given free food and training in personality development.
In case, the student fails to clear the complete the course in the stipulated time, he/she will be given hostel services until they clear supplementary exams.