Indian Council for Cultural Relations Scholarship (ICCR)


The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) was founded in 1950 by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, independent India’s first Education Minister. Its objectives are to actively participate in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs pertaining to India’s external cultural relations; to foster and strengthen cultural relations and mutual understanding between India and other countries; to promote cultural exchanges with other countries and people; and to develop relations with nations.

Key Features of the ICCR Scholarship:

  1. Wide Range of Programs: The ICCR Scholarship covers a diverse array of academic disciplines, including science, engineering, arts, humanities, and social sciences. This enables students to choose programs that align with their academic interests and career goals.
  2. Comprehensive Coverage: The scholarship typically includes full tuition fees, accommodation, a monthly stipend, and other allowances such as medical coverage and study materials. This ensures that students can focus on their studies without financial burden.
  3. Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must meet certain academic requirements and be proficient in English, as most courses in Indian universities are conducted in English. Additionally, candidates must provide necessary documentation, such as academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose.
  4. Application Process: The application process for the ICCR Scholarship is conducted online. Interested candidates need to apply through the ICCR’s A2A (Admissions to Alumni) portal. The application typically includes submission of academic records, personal details, and choice of preferred universities and courses.
  5. Selection Process: The selection of candidates is based on academic merit and the specific guidelines of the Indian Embassy or High Commission in the applicant’s home country. Shortlisted candidates may also be required to undergo an interview.
  6. Cultural Exchange: In addition to academic pursuits, scholarship recipients are encouraged to participate in cultural activities and events organized by ICCR. This engagement helps international students gain a deeper understanding of Indian culture and fosters people-to-people connections.

STIPEND (per month) from the date of joining of the Institute (on Pro-rata-basis):

  • Undergraduate: 18,000
  • Postgraduate: 20,000
  • M. Phit / Ph. D: 22,000
  • Post-doctoral Fellow: 25,000

HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE (per Month along with monthly stipend):

  • ln Grade 1 cities: 6,500
  • ln other cities: 5,500


  • Undergraduate: 5,000
  • Postgraduate (admitted in A.Y 2023-24 & onwards): 7,00 0
  • Ph, D: 12,500

THESIS AND DISSERTATION EXPENSES(Once in entire du.ation of Course):

  • Ph. D Scholar: 10,000
  • For BBPr/BCtuMBA,/MCA,/M. Tech and other course required submission of Project: 7,000


Medical lnsurance Policy has to be procured by students with minimum sum assured of Rs. 5 00,000 per
annum. This is mandatory requirement for availing ICCR Scholarshlps. For more details please visit A2A
scholarship Portal.

Please note – Stipend/HRA will be payable to the students from the date of joining of the

1. DOs and DON’Ts for filling in the application on A2A portal

(i) All applications will be accepted online through A2A ICCR Scholarship Portal ( in) only.
(ii) Applications will not be accepted physically in Indian Missions abroad/ICCR/Universities.

(iii) Applications will not be accepted locally (in lndia).

(iv) Applications should be complete in every detail to avoid rejection of the same by the A2A portal/University/Institute.

(v) ln case of documents available in local language, applicants are requested to upload certified copies of translations of these documents in English. In case of unavailability of English transcript, the application will be rejected.

(vi) Applicants applying for Doctoral courses should submit a synopsis along with the application.

(vii) Applicants wishing to pursue performing arts course should upload the latest video/audio/ YouTube Iink of their performance.

(viii) Students who are already pursuing Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) courses in lndia and intend to pursue further studies will have to apply afresh through A2A portal to process their applications, as the applications will not be entertained and processed physically.

(ix) ICCR scholarships are meant for admissions only in the lndian State/Central Universities/Institutes or colleges affiliated to and recognized by the lndian State and Central Universities. The list of such Universities/Institutes, empanelled with ICCR, is available on the Portal.

(x) ICCR does not offer scholarship for Private colleges or Universities.

(xi) Student has the option of applying in 5 Universities/Institutes of his/her choice in preferential order through A2A Scholarship Portal.

(xii) In order to pursue studies in engineering/science, students should have studied Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at Higher Secondary levels.

(xiii) In Biology-based science subjects, students should have studied Biology, Physics and Chemistry at Higher Secondary.

(xiv) ln order to avoid rejection from Universities/colleges, applicants are advised to make their subject choices carefully, based on the subjects they have studied at Higher Secondary.

(xv) For admission in UG level courses, it is compulsory to have 10+2 i.e; (12 years) of schooling. lt is, therefore, necessary that the student applying for UG level courses must complete 12 years of schooling.

(xvi) List of Universities empanelled with ICCR, where applicant can apply, is available on A2A Portal.

(xvii) List of courses offered and the criteria/pre-requisites for admission in these Universities/Institutes may be referred to on the respective University website by the applicant. This is to avoid time delays in processing applications. A2A Portal has web links of each of the University and courses offered by them.

(xviii) Applicants are advised to read all the instructions on the online portal for filling online application and leave no field blank.

(xix) Subsequent change of University/Institute or course after ICCR scholarship has been awarded will not be entertained.

(xx) Students should not be allowed or supposed to do any part time/full time job along with his/her studies.

2. Selection of Subjects, Courses and Universities

(i) For admission to science/engineering courses, an applicant should have studied Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at Higher Secondary level to be eligible.

(ii) Applicants should clearly mention the course to which they are seeking admission while mentioning choices.
(iii) For choosing options for Universities, applicant must refer to University website or list of eligible Universities. List of Universities is available on the A2A Portal.

(iv) As IITs provide admission in B.Tech Course through a separate procedure, ICCR scholarships are not offered for the same.
(v) For MBA, GMAT score is mandatory.

(vi) ICCR does not accept applications for Casual Research/ Diplomas/ Short-term courses.
(vii) ICCR does not offer scholarship for MBBS/BDS courses. Also, integrated courses such as in law are not offered.
(viii) Applicants of Ph.D. courses should upload Synopsis (Proposal) of the research work.

3. Medium of instruction and English proficiency

(i) Medium of instruction is English in all the Universities in lndia. Applicants should therefore have good knowledge of English to the extent that they are able to speak fluently in English and comprehend lessons in English without any difficulty.
(ii) While filling the application, the applicant has to write a 500 word essay in English language, on one of the topics / subjects mentioned in the A2A Portal.

(iii) There is an optional provision of providing marks obtained in English Proficiency Test like TOFEL/ILETS etc. Only the marks obtained in such exams should be filled in.

4. More than one application of one candidate on A2A Portal will lead to disqualification of candidate.

5. lt is a compulsory requirement of Indian Universities/institutes for foreign students to have a passport to study in lndia, which also include applicants from countries not requiring passport for travel to India.

6. Passport size photograph of applicant with white background and visibility of both ears should be uploaded.

7. The application once submitted by student will directly go to selected Universities/Institutes through A2A Portal.

8. The application will be scrutinized by the respective Universities/Institutes for eligibility of admission of applicant in the applied course and stream.

  1. lndian Universities/educational institutes are autonomous and independent bodies
    and have their own eligibility criteria. lt is, therefore, for the students to satisfy
    themselves about the course chosen and about the Universities. Decision on admission
    is solely that of the respective University/Institute and queries on this thus should not be
    directed to ICCR. Admission is provisional till the time Universities satisfy themselves of
    the authenticity of requisite documents from the students. lf on arrival, it is found that the
    student does not possess the required original documents on the basis of which the
    admission has been finalized, the students will themselves be responsible for the
    consequences including denial of admission by the Universities and student will have to
    return to his/her country at own cost. ICCR will not bear cost on such student’s return
    airfare. The students while coming to India to join their respective University/Institute
    should invarably bring the following documents:

    (i) Original documents relating to their qualifications for verification by the respective
    (ii) English Translation of the documents in original.
    (iii) Certified copy of the syllabus of the last qualifying examination.
    (iv) Valid passport with appropriate visa. Student visa for Undergraduate/Post
    graduate studies and research visa for Ph D studies.
    (v) Award of scholarship letter issued by the concerned Indian Mission/Post abroad.
    (vi) Undertaking from the student that the course and the University as conveyed is
    acceptable and that he/she will not request for change at the time of admission.
    (vii) Undertaking from the student that they have read the terms and
    conditions/Guidelines of ICCR scholarship as specified in the Scholarship Manual 2022-
    23 [The one time undertaking will be applicable even when scholarship manual is
    updated (as per para 36 like provision)], available on ICCR website.
  1. Admission of student by one or more than one Indian University does not guarantee award of ICCR sponsored scholarship. Indian Mission/Post for the respective country
    will decide on the award of scholarship to applicant and will issue letter of award of
    scholarship. For award of scholarship, the decision of the concerned Indian Mission/Post is final and any query regarding it should be taken up with them.
  2. lt is reiterated that the admission remains provisional till the time Universities verify the authenticity of original documents. lf original documents are not found in order on which provisional admission has been granted by University, the admission offer will be revoked and the student(s) will have to return to their country at their own cost. In case Association of Indian Universities (AIU) Equivalence Certificate is required the offer letter for allotment of scholarship should be processed only after the AIU Equivalence Certificate has been obtained by the student. Once the scholarship is considered, Indian Mission/Post will issue an offer of admission with award of scholarship for acceptance of
    by applicant. Applicant will have 7 days time to accept / reject the offer. ln case applicant wishes to accept the offer, an automated acceptance letter, signed digitally by applicant, has to be submitted by the applicant on portal for further process.
  3. After submitting the acceptance, the applicant should approach the concerned lndian Mission/Post for issuance of appropriate Student/Research Visa with the required documents and letter of award of ICCR scholarship.
  4. Once the Indian visa is granted, a copy of the visa should be uploaded by the applicant on A2A Portal.
  1. Pre-departure formalities (i) The student should request the Indian Mission/Post to book the ticket up to (if offered in the scholarship) the airport nearest to the place of University/college where the admission has been confirmed. While booking the ticket, students must ensure that there is sufficient gap between the timings of the connecting flights so that there is enough time to complete the transit formalities, particularly in view of the Covid-19 induced restrictions or regulations. There have been instances when the students have missed their connecting flights due to insufficient layover. (ii) The student should also check the allowed baggage regulations. There may be difference of baggage allowance in domestic and international flights. Students must carry the baggage equivalent to the limit of the lower category (domestic / international). In any case, ICCR will not pay any additional amount on account of excess baggage. (iii) Immediately on purchase of ticket, the students should upload their travel details on the A2A portal to enable the relevant ICCR Zonal and sub Zonal Office to make necessary arrangements. Flight details should ideally be conveyed at least 15 days prior to the journey. If airport reception faciliation is not required, students should specifically mention that they do not require any assistance at the airport on arrival. (iv) Students should go through the Covid Protocol/ requirements at all relevant points in their route such as RT-PCR test/ quarantine requirements and follow the same to avoid any complications. Student may check with the concerned Indian Mission/post the latest Covid-19 regulations in India applicable to them at the time of their travel. All such expenses on Covid-19 including on related test will not be borne by ICCR. (v) Students should carry yellow fever/other such vaccination certificate wherever
    (vi) Students are advised to carry with themselves at least US$ 700 or equivalent to Indian Rupees. 50,000/- to meet immediate expenses. This is suggested since there may be a time period between first arrival and receipt of first stipend. (vii) On arrival, students should contact the respective Zonal/Sub Zonal Office of
    ICCR and get themselves registered with them. Students must also get themselves
    registered with Foreign Regional Registration Office (FRRO) within a period of 14 days of their arrival in India. This is in addition to contacting the University/Institute being joined. As a good practice, the students should also inform their respective Embassy/diplomatic representative in India about their stay in India on arrival.
    (viii) Each student has to procure a medical insurance policy for a value of at least Rs. Five lakhs or equivalent. As per the latest ICCR guidelines, medical insurance is compulsory for the students (at their cost). Students may buy medical insurance in their country before departure or on their arrival in India. It is up to the students to select the insurance package. During the ICCR scholarship in India, in case of no medical insurance, ICCR is not liable to bear the medical expenses of the scholar. In case of exigencies, the student should contact his/her respective Embassy/diplomatic representative in India. 15. Once travel arrangements are completed, ‘Travel Details’ should be filled in by the applicant on A2A Portal. An email should also be sent to the International Student Advisor (ISA) of the University endorsing copy to ICCR Zonal/Sub Zonal Office for arranging reception on arrival in lndia. This should be done at least 15 days prior to departing for lndia so that transit accommodation details and coordinates of concerned person(s) who will receive them are informed to the student. 16. On arrival, student is advised to buy a local Mobile Sim-Card. 17. On arrival a welcome kit shall be handed over to student. The kit will contain addresses, email, mobile no. of Zonal/Sub Zonal Office, International Student Advisor (lSA), FRRO, city guide booklet, financial norms of Scholarship Scheme in which student is enrolled, bank account opening process and any other relevant information as deemed appropriate by Zonal/ Sub Zonal Office. 18. Immediately on their arrival, students will have to open an account with bank for which bank opening form and a letter from ICCR’s Zonal/Sub Zonal Office/University concerned would be required recommending immediate opening of bank account at the nearest branch of State Bank of lndia. Students should carry with them passport-size photographs for opening the bank account. lt is important to note that student will not be paid any money in cash or otherwise till the bank account is opened. Therefore student must carry minimum money as advised above to meet initial expenditure. Three months advance stipend/scholarship through direct bank transfer will be released once bank account is opened and registered with ICCR.
  2. After completing the requisite formalities, student should fill up the Joining Report (JR) in prescribed proforma and get it duly counter signed by International Student Advisor/Head of Department of University. The columns related to Tuition fee/other compulsory fees structure for the entire duration of course in the Joining Report are to be filled in and certified by ISA/HoD of University/Institute. While filling up the JR, it is advised to fill the details related to date of birth, nationality, course, college details, registration number etc with utmost care. 20. The Joining Report complete in all aspects should be uploaded on the A2A portal/submitted with concerned Zonal/Sub Zonal office within one month of joining the University/Institute. It may be noted that unless the JR is received by the Zonal/Sub-
    Zonal office, except for advance stipend, no other money will be released.
  3. ICCR will aim to organize an Orientation Programme for newly arriving students within the first few weeks of their arrival. Cultural immersion programmes shall be organized by Zonal/Sub Zonal Office in due course. 22. ICCR Zonal/ Sub Zonal offices have a WHATSAPP group for foreign students and shall remain in touch with them through it or other means on a regular basis. 23. The student should ensure that regular half yearly progress report/results of semester exams along with certificate of attendance issued by Head of Department/ ISA of University/Institute and the valid medical insurance policy are submitted to ICCR Zonal/Sub Zonal Office for smooth release of stipend etc. 24. After admission, the students are advised to stay in the University/college hostel. However, in case they choose to stay in private accommodation, they will have to give an undertaking that they themselves are responsible for their security. If they are staying in University/College hostel, they would have to adhere to hostel policies. Failing to observe hostel rules will lead to disciplinary action by University/College. 25. Residential address outside of the enrolled University/Institute should be informed to ICCR Zonal /Sub Zonal Office and FRRO compulsorily. ln case of change of accommodation, the new address should also be conveyed to ICCR Zonal/Sub Zonal Office and FRRO immediately. 26. ICCR has the right to bring in changes in the scholarship policy as well as financial terms of the scholarship and implement it as and when it is decided so by ICCR under intimation/dissemination of decision through Zonal/ Sub Zonal Offices, to which every current ICCR scholar has to abide.
  4. No student shall indulge in criminal/anti-social activities or political activities or Anti-
    India activities or in violation of the laws of India/relevant Indian State/UT. If found indulged in such activities and thus rusticated by the University/Institute, the ICCR scholarship will be terminated immediately. 28. The scholarship tenure cannot exceed a period of 3 weeks after declaration of
    consolidated results of all the semesters/final year by the respective University/Institute. 29. The tenure of scholarship for regular Ph.D student is 3 years. lt should be an endeavour of each research student to complete the dissertation work within 3 years of regular Ph.D. study tenure. In any case, extant ICCR norms restrict the maximum period of scholarship up to 5 years for Ph.D course. In addition ICCR provides maximum 6 months of scholarship to defend the thesis / for Viva Voce for Ph.D. 30.It is emphasized that ICCR scholarship is only for the individual applicant so awarded, for the duration of the enrolled course in India. As such, ICCR is not liable in
    any manner, financially or otherwise, for other individuals related to the ICCR scholar.
  5. Students should keep informed the Zonal/Sub Zonal Office about their movement within India. If, leaving for their country/abroad, intimation or permission from Zonal/Sub Zonal Office may be obtained.
  6. Scholarship shall be disbursed on the basis of regular progress of the student at his/her course. ln case student fails in prescribed examination and does not get promoted to next level of study/programme, the scholarship will be discontinued. No scholarship shall be paid for clearing backlog (there is a special provision however for Afghan scholarship schemes). 33. In case a new student fails in first year, his/her scholarship would be suspended for one -year and he/she would have to self finance his/her studies. Scholarship may be revived from next year (at the end of 2nd year) provided student clears the first year. In case student fails second time, his/her scholarship will stand terminated and he/she would have to complete his/her course as a self finance student or return to his/her country on own expense, if so chosen. In any case, scholarship would not be given for more than the prescribed length of course. The same applies if it occurs in any of the other years. 34. Student should fill up the Alumni Form available on A2A ( Portal as well as on India Alumni portal ( before leaving lndia. This will help alumni of ICCR to be in touch for future ICCR activities and will also be helpful in future for Indian Missions/Posts abroad to remain engaged with the Alumni.
  7. lt should be ensured that the local bank account is closed before leaving lndia. This
    will ensure security from misuse of the dormant bank account.
  8. ICCR strives to ensure welfare of ICCR scholars during their stay in India. ICCR
    Hqrs and its Zonal/Sub Zonal Offices welcome suggestions/feedback from its scholars
    any time.
  9. Age limit for availing scholarship
    Minimum/Maximum Age limit for students under various courses is as under:-
    PhD – 50 Years maximum
    UG/PG – 18- 40 Years
  10. This Manual supersedes provisions in previous versions and is applicable for all
    current ICCR scholars in India. Supplementary regulations/provistions may be
    issued/intimated separately from time to time

Central Universities

1 Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh
2 Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
3 Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
4 Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, Gujarat
5 Central University of Punjab, Bathindia, Punjab
6 English and Foreign Language University, Hyderabad, Telangana
7 Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi, Delhi
8 Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidhyalaya, Wardha, Maharashtra
9 Manipur University, Imphal, Manipur
10 Mizoram Univerity, Aizawi, Mizoram
11 Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar
12 National Forensic Science University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat
13 Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam
14 University of Delhi,New Delhi, Delhi
15 University of Hyderabad, Telangana, Hyderabad
16 Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, West Bengal

State Universities

17 Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu
18 Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
19 Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
20 Bangalore University, Bangalore, Karnataka
21 Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
22 Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, Kerala
23 Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, Delhi
24 Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam
25 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad
26 Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam
27 Goa University, Taleigao, Goa
28 Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
29 Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
30 Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, Delhi
31 Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
32 Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, New Delhi, Delhi
33 Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, Telangana
34 Kerala University, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
35 Kurukshetra University, Thanesar, Haryana
36 Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala
37 Mangalore University, Mangaluru, Karnataka
38 Mumbai University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
39 Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana
40 Panjab University, Chandigarh
41 Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab
42 Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, West Bengal
43 Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
44 Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra
45 Shivaji University, Kolhapur, Maharashtra
46 Shree Somnath Sanskrit University, Veraval, Gujarat
List of Universities/Institutes empanelled with ICCR from A.Y 2023-24 onwards
47 The Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara Gujarat
48 University of Calcutta, Kolkata, west Bengal
49 University of Kashmir, Srinagar, Jammu and kashmir
50 University of Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
51 University of Mysore,Mysurr, Karnataka
52 University ofJammu, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir
53 Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
54 Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, Gujarat

Centrally Funded Technical Institutes

55 IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand
56 IIT Kanpur , Uttar Pradesh
57 IIT (BHU), Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
58 IIT Gandhinagar, Palaj, Gujarat
59 IIT Patna, Bihar
60 IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal
61 IIT Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
62 IIT (ISM) Dhanbad, Jharkhand
63 IIT Bombay, Maharashtra
64 IIT Indore, Madhya Pradesh
65 IIT Hyderabad, Kandi, Telangana
66 IIT Ropar, Punjab
67 IIT Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi
68 MNIT Jaipur, Rajasthan
69 NIT Calicut, Kattangal, Kerala
70 NIT Durgapur, West Bengal
71 NIT Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh
72 NIT Jalandhar, Punjab
73 NIT Kurukshetra, Thanesar, Haryana
74 NIT Meghalaya, Shillong, Meghalaya
75 NIT Rourkela, Rourkela, Odisha
76 NIT Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
77 NIT Warangal, Hanamkonda, Telangana
78 NIT, Surathkal, Mangaluru, Karnataka
79 NIT Silchar, Assam
80 Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute Of Technology (SVNIT), Surat, Gujarat

Dance/Music/Traditional knowledge Institutes (Apart from the above Universities)

81 Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya Shantikunj Gayatrikunj, Haridwar, Uttarakhand
82 Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya, Khairagarh, Chhattisgarh
83 Kalakshetra Foundation, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
84 Kathak Kendra, New Delhi, Delhi
85 Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, New Delhi, Delhi
86 Pracheen Kala Kendra, Chandigarh

Agricultural Universities

87 Acharya Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology Ayodhya, Kumarganj, Uttar Pradesh
88 Ch. Sarwan Kumar Krishi Vishvavidyalaya, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh
89 Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural Universities, Hisar, Haryana
90 Dr. Yaswant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry Nauni-Solan, Himachal Pradesh
91 Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana
92 Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
93 Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur, Kerala
94 Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
95 Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab
96 Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture and technology, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
97 Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir
98 Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar
99 University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka
100 University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka

Ayurveda Universities

101 Bhartiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Wagholi, Pune, Maharashtra
102 Ch. Brahm Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan, Khera Dabar, Najafgarh
103 Dr BRKR Govt Ayurveda College, Hyderabad
104 Government Ayurved College Wazirabad, Nanded, Maharashtra
105 Government Ayurveda medical College, Dhanvantari Road, Bangalore
106 Govt Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Raje Raghuji Nagar Umer Road, Nagpur, Maharashtra
107 Govt Ayurvedic College, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
108 Govt Nizamia Tibbi College, Hyderabad, Telangana
109 Govt Siddha Medical College, Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu
110 Institute of Training and Research in Ayurved, Jamnagar
111 JS Ayurved Mahavidyalaya College Road, Nadiad, Gujarat
112 JSPS Govt Homoeopathic Medical College, Hyderabad, Telangana
Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute Kaivalyadhama Ashram Kaivalyadhama Lonavia, Pune, Maharashtra
114 KLE Shri B.M. Kankanawadi Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Belagavi, Karnataka
Maharashtra Arogya Mandala Sumati Bhai Shah Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Malawadi, Pune, Maharashtra
116 Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Ashoka Road, New Delhi, Delhi
117 National Institute of Ayurved , Jaipur, Rajasthan
118 National Institute of Homoeopathy, Kolkata, West Bengal
119 National Institute of Siddha, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
120 National Institute of Unani Medicine, Kottige palya, Bengaluru
121 Pt. Khushilal Sharma Government Ayurveda College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
122 RA Podar Ayurved College Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Rajiv Gandhi Government Post Graduate Ayurvedic college and hospital, Paprola, Distt. Kangra Himachal
124 SDM College of Ayurveda and Hospital, Kuthpady Udupi
125 Shri Radha Krishna Toshniwal Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Station Road, Akola, Maharashtra
126 Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College of Ayurveda and Hospital Hassan
127 The North Eastern Institute of Ayurveda and Homoeopathy, Shillong, Meghalaya
128 Tilak Ayurevd Mahavidyalya 5832 Rasta Peth, Pune, Maharashtra

Standard Operation Procedure to be followed by Regional Office on arrival of international students under IGCR sponsored scholarship schemes:-

  1. On receipt of travel plans of the selected students the RO is to make necessary
    arrangements for receiving the student from the airporUrailway station/ bus stand.
    lf ISA is providing this facility, RO shall liaise with lSA.
  2. On arrival, a welcome kit shall be handed over. The kit should contain detailed
    addresses, email, mobile no. of RO, lSA, FRRO, city guide booklet, financial
    norms of ICCR sponsored Scholarship Schemes, account opening and any other
    relevant information as deemed appropriate by RO.
  3. Facilitate completion of admission formalities.
  4. To help students getting themselves registered with Foreign Regional
    Registration Office within a period of 14 days.
  5. lmmediately on their arrival students to be given an account opening form and a
    letter from RO/University concerned recommending immediate opening of bank
    account at the nearest branch of State Bank of lndia.
  6. Arrange to release 3 months advance scholarship through PFMS by adding the
    beneficiary details on the system. The payment should be released within a
    maximum period of 7 days of arrival. No cash payment shall be made to any of
    the newly arriving students.
  7. Advise the students to send the Joining Report and the tuition fee claim as per
    prescribed proforma. While filling up the JR, student may be advised to fill the
    details related to date of birth, nationality, course, college details, registration
    number etc with utmost care.
  8. Maintain and update database of all the students. lt is advisable to separately
    maintain list of new students.
  9. Duly filled-in Joining Report and tuition claim shall be sent to Headquarter alongwith
    forwarding letter seekihg approval of tuition fee to the university concerned.
    The same shall be uploaded on A2a Portal.
    10.To organize Orientation Programme for newly arriving students within the first
    week of the arrival. Cultural immersion programme shall be organized by RO in
    due course. Proposals for such programme to be submitted separately.
    ‘l 1. RO should form a whatsapp group to new students and shall remain in touch on
    a regular basis. RO shall also visit college/lSA regularly to meet students and

All entries (except the signature) in the application should be filled in correctly.

The application should be complete in all respects, with all the required information and all necessary supporting documents, as listed below:

  • A recent passport size photograph not more than 3.5×4.5cm (25kb) should be uploaded on the application form in the space provided.The photograph should be with white background and without spectacles.
  • Copies of all academic qualifications, certificates and marksheet, including those relating to school leaving examination must be uploaded.
  • A certificate of physical fitness in the prescribed form.
  • Recommendations / character certificates from existing school/University etc
  • Certified copies of relevant pages of candidate’s valid passport showing photograph, name, contact details, date of issue, date of expiry and place of issue. Please ensure that your passport is valid for the duration of the course for which you have applied.
  • At the time of uploading the required documents kindly ensure that all documents uploaded correctly in the given module e.g. module for educational certificates should only be uploaded with the educational certificates only not other documents such as passport copies or photographs etc.
  • Original Certificates/ documents must be carried by the Applicant if admitted for verification by the concerned University/ Institute at the time of joining. This mandatory requirement otherwise admission can be cancelled by the University/ Institute and the ICCR will not be responsible for this.
  • In case of Engineering courses, you must have Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics (PCM) in your school leaving examinations as this is mandatory for Engineering courses.

Candidates are requested that they may apply on portal along with following compulsory details of their Personal/Academic details.

  • Passport Number.
  • Age Proof (Birth Certificate /Any Unique Identity issued by the Government indicating clear date of Birth)
  • Synopsis detail in case of Ph.D candidates

Note: Ensure that certified copies of documents showing specific qualifications required for the course of your choice (such as GMAT scores for admission in MBA, TOEFL/IELTS scores for English courses etc.) are also attached. The requirements can be checked from the UGC/Institute/University website.



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