Rolls-Royce Unnati – Scholarship Programme for Women Engineering Students
Apply for Unnati – Scholarship Programme for Women Engineering Students – India With a mission to encourage women to pursue an education and skill training in STEM courses, Rolls-Royce plans to financially support 150 female students to complete their engineering programme over the next 3 years.
The ‘Unnati’ Scholarship Program with CAF India and Buddy4Study provides financial support to 150 female students studying in 1st, 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate engineering programmes. In addition, these students will also get an opportunity to shadow women engineers at Rolls-Royce as well as be mentored by Rolls-Royce engineers.
Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce, India & South Asia said, “Our STEM outreach programmes are forging exciting connections between classroom studies and STEM in the wider world. Taking this to the next level, we are happy to partner with Buddy4Study and CAF India to enable a scholarship program for women engineering students, and support and to inspire the next generation of engineers, problem-solvers, scientists and innovators.”
Speaking on the vision behind this initiative, Anuja Kadian, Head of CSR said: “Rolls-Royce is committed to promoting interest and encourage diversity learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. We are particularly delighted to be supporting the professional aspirations of women engineering students, in partnership with Buddy4Study and CAF India, with the aim of inspiring the next generation of engineers, problem-solvers, scientists and innovators.”
About the Program: ‘Rolls-Royce Unnati STEM Scholarship Program 2023-24’ is an initiative of Rolls-Royce India to provide financial assistance and education support to girl students to ensure continuity of their education. Under this scholarship program, girl students who are pursuing graduation (general and professional) courses in STEM subjects will be provided with a one-time fixed financial assistance of INR 25,000 to cover their academic expenses for the academic year.
This scholarship is being offered by Rolls-Royce India as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives that primarily focus on supporting and encouraging students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. The company also runs several projects to promote STEM learning programmes and skill development.
- Girl students studying in any year of graduation (general & professional) courses in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects are eligible.
- Students must have secured minimum 55% marks in previous year/semester.
- Annual family income of the applicant should be less than INR 4,00,000 from all sources.
- Students from PAN India can apply.
NOTE: Existing Rolls-Royce Unnati scholars can be given preference.
Benefits: Each selected scholar will receive a one-time fixed scholarship of INR 25,000
- Passport size photograph
- Aadhaar card
- Family income proof (Salary Slip, Form 16, Income Certificate, ITR, etc.)
- Marksheet of previous educational qualification
- Current academic year admission proof (fee receipt/admission letter/institution identity card/bonafide certificate)
*Bank account details of the scholarship applicant or parents (cancelled cheque/passbook copy)
How can you apply?
Click on the ‘Apply Now’ button below.
Login to Buddy4Study with your registered ID and land on the ‘Application Form Page’.
If not registered on Buddy4Study – Register at Buddy4Study with your Email/Mobile/Gmail account.
You will now be redirected to the ‘Rolls-Royce Unnati STEM Scholarship Program 2023-24’ application form page.
Click on the ‘Start Application’ button to begin the application process.
Fill in the required details in the online application form.
Upload relevant documents.
Accept the ‘Terms and Conditions’ and click on ‘Preview’.
If all the details filled in by the applicant are correctly showing on the preview screen, click on the ‘Submit’ button to complete the application process.