State Scholarship Portal Doubts Clarification | FAQs on SSP

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State Scholarship Portal Doubts Clarification

FAQs on SSP

Here are the some important and frequently asked questions about State scholarship portal FAQs on SSP. All confusions regarding the E attestation and application submission in state scholarship portal are clarified. 

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FAQs on SSP

Who are eligible to submit the Application in State Scholarship portal?

Students belonging to SC, ST and Minority community are eligible. Students who have submitted application in KARePASS for vidyasiri scholarship are not require to submit application in state scholarship portal.

Which course students have to submit application in ssp?

Students who have studying PUC or any course after their SSLC have to submit application in State Scholarship portal.

What are all the steps involved in application submission in SSP?

There are three steps

  • Account creation
  • E Attestation
  • Application submission

What is bonafide certificate and how to get it?

Bonafide certificate means the study certificate and you have to get it in your college.

Who is E attestation officer? And where we can find them?

E attestation officers are the faculties of your concerned college who designated as e attestation officers. They will be available in your college.

What is the last date for application submission?

15/01/2020 is the last date

Which marks card has to be uploaded by first year degree students?

Previous Course (PUC) Marks card

Which marks card has to be uploaded by final year degree students?

Second year degree (3rd & 4th Sem) marks cards

Should we upload two semester marks cards separately?

No you have to upload both the marks card in single PDF.

Are we eligible if we have failed in previous year?

Yes. you are eligible if you have got eligibility to get admission to next year.

What to do if my college name is not visible?

Contact your college.

They are not asking income and caste details. What to do?

Income and caste certificate details are required only when you are submitting final application in state scholarship portal.

How to do e attestation for PUC and ITI Students?

No need of e attestation. Directly you can submit the application by creating the account in SSP.

Where to fill bank account details?

No need to fill bank account details instead link your aadhaar number to bank account. Scholarship will be credited to same account. It is compulsory to submit the application in SSP even though they have submitted application in NSP.

What is document id and where it will be available?

Document id is the unique id generated for each approved document. You cen get it in Approved document option in students e attestation link.

What to do after e attestation?

You have to submit the application  for scholarship in students login.

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