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Maharashtra RSMS escholarships Apply 2013-2014

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The Maharashtra government has started accepting e-scholarship appplications under the Rajashree Shahu Maharaj Scheme (RSMS) 2013

Rajarshee Shahu Maharaj Scholarship

  • For 11th and 12th class students
  • 2 Students who have passed SSC from Maharashtra State Board in March 2013 and October 2012 will be able to register when SSC data is available.

Post-Matric Scholarship

  • The online application form filling for e-Scholarship and Rajarshee Shahu Maharaj scholarship for academic year 2013-14 has been started
  • 2 Colleges are requested to update their course fee details so that students can fill application forms
  • 3 All students should update the UID card number.
  • 4 Students who have passed SSC from Maharashtra State Board in March 2013 and October 2012 will be able to register when SSC data is available.


Savitribai Phule Scholarship

  • For 5th to 10th standard students.
  • 2 For SC/SBC/VJNT students (Girls only).


NOTE Please follow the link, download the PDF file and read the document carefully and follow the instruction.

  • Open the website which is escholarship.maharashtra.gov.in
  • If you have already had the ID then you can login with user name and password.
  • For new user you have to create new account.
  • For new account select your account type and create user name and password and fill all essential information.
  • If you are new member then press on new ‘application form’ and in case if you are existing member then select renew tab.
  • After the online submission of the form candidate must take the printout of their application which can be used in future.

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RRB Merger Latest News

RRB or Regional Rural Bank was started by the government to provide financial resources in rural / semi-urban areas and grant loans and advances mostly to small and marginal farmers, agricultural laborers and rural artisans. So that they could be benefited in their own village without the need to rush to cities for loans or deposits.

This banking structure is jointly owned by GoI, the concerned State Government and Sponsor Banks.There were 196 RRBs with a network of 16,000 branches. It was conceived to provide easy low interest loans to rural people and to provide them with other banking services.But soon most of banks were making losses.

In order to cut losses government chalked out the merger plan in order to reduce the running cost of the bank, to optimise the efficiency,for better use of the latest technology and other resources, as well as to expedite the implementation of the financial inclusion programme.

For this The department of financial services has asked RRBs operating in the same geographies to merge with a single sponsoring bank. Till 1st week of June 2013, there are 63 RRB’s in India. The aim is to have just eight RRBs in the country by 2030.

“Post amalgamation, there has been no disruption in delivery of services by the RRBs and merged entities have been discharging their functions properly,” the official added.

In Odisha, on 7th January 2013, three Regional Rural Banks (RRB) such as Nilachal Gramya Bank (NGB), Kalinga Gramya Bank (KGB) and Baitarani Gramya Bank (BGB) operating in coastal and northern districts of Odisha have merged into OGB or Odisha Gramin Bank. Two more RRBs in Odisha – Rushikulya Gramya Bank and Utkal Gramya Bank – have been amalgamated to form a new RRB – Utkal Grameen Bank with SBI.

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