Udaan : An Initiative

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Talented and focused students are the key resources of our community. While India is the youngest nation in the World, our biggest challenge is to empower our youth with relevant education and skills. We would therefore like to supplement the efforts of our Government and other agencies engaged to address this challenge. The academic success of Terapanth community is appreciable but now it would like to contribute in the betterment of the society in general. With an aim of growing from an enlightened community to a globally admired, evolved community via erudite and socially concerned members; it would now like to offer the opportunity of higher education to one and all. This is the current mandate of Terapanth Professional Forum (TPF). So if your child has academic talent, we together with you can shape his or her career and enable him or her to fulfill his or her dream. A promising student can avail 100% scholarship from TPF through ‘Udaan’ which is a cashless education scheme.

This education initiative was undertaken by TPF to provide 100% scholarship to 500 meritorious but financially weak students during admission year 2012. We now request all parents who are having academically bright child but lack financial resource to come forward and avail this facility provided by TPF.

In this era of knowledge economy there is an urging need for the youths of our nations to be well equipped with necessary professional expertise and skills to harness the benefits from the growing economy. The recent economic growth of our country is admired by the world over but we need to sustain it. To do this we need to empower our youth with the required education and skills. Support talents whose career might come to a stop due to lack of adequate resources. A meritorious student belonging to any community from any part of our country can avail this scholarship.

UDAAN provides 100% scholarship benefit to a promising talent whose career might come to a stop due to lack of adequate financial support. A meritorious student be it of any society or from any geographical location from any interior or suburban areas of the nation can avail this scholarship.

What is TPF?

Terapanth Professional Forum is an organization of professionals from the Jain Community. Its objective is to use its expertise, experience and knowledge to serve the community at large in areas of education, health, law and enterprise. It endeavors to act as an enabler and catalyst to improve the quality of life for the members of the society at large and currently has 20 branches.

Courses Offered:

Graduation: B.Com/BCA/B.A/B.Sc (Media & Journalism)/BBA/Engineering/Bio Medical/ Fashion Design

Post Graduation: MBA & M.Sc (Media & Journalism)/MCA, M.E/M.Tech

Who Can Apply?

Irrespective of caste, creed and color any eligible candidate can apply as per the criteria given below:

Eligibility:-

•   For Graduation Courses:
70% marks in class X & 60% in XII (However, candidates who have appeared for class XII exams can fill in the form, but selection would be subject to the fulfillment of criteria)

•   For Post Graduation Course:
70% Marks in Class X & 60% Marks in XII and Graduation.

How to Apply

Interested candidates can apply as given below:

•   Download the same from http://www.tpf.org.in or register online.

•   Appear for Online Career Counseling Test

•   Get the forms duly filled up, attach the desired documents and get the same duly signed.

After completing the form in all respects send it to Terapanth Professional Forum, Udaan Camp Office, iLEAD Campus,
113J, Matheshwartola Road, Kolkata – 700046, India

Website: http://www.tpf.org.in | Email: udaan@tpf.org.in Contact: 9831144132 / 9831144130

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