Naya Savera, meaning “New Dawn,” aims to bridge the gap in educational opportunities for students from minority communities.
The Naya Savera scheme, also known as the Free Coaching and Allied Scheme, aims to provide free coaching to students belonging to minority communities. The scheme is intended to benefit economically weaker students from minority communities by offering them free coaching for various competitive and entrance examinations.
Are you a student belonging to a minority community in India, aspiring to crack competitive exams or pursue professional courses? The Naya Savera scheme Launched by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, this initiative provides free coaching and financial assistance to help students from notified minority communities achieve their academic dreams.
It offers coaching for various entrance exams, including:
- JEE (Main & Advanced)
- Civil Services
- State PSC exams
- Banking exams
- Entrance exams for professional courses like MBA, MCA, etc.
Naya Savera Objective
The objective of the Naya Savera scheme is to provide specialized coaching and support to students from notified minority communities in India, enabling them to qualify for competitive examinations and entrance exams for higher education and public sector jobs.
This objective is achieved through two main goals:
- Improve access to quality coaching: The scheme provides financial assistance to cover coaching fees at empaneled institutes, ensuring students have access to expert guidance and resources.
- Enhance career prospects: By preparing students for entrance exams and competitive exams, the scheme aims to increase their chances of securing admission to desired educational programs and landing jobs in the public sector.
What benefits are offered?
- Free coaching classes at empaneled coaching institutes across India.
- Stipend of Rs. 2,500 per month to cover living expenses.
- Study materials and other necessary support.
Who is eligible?
- Belong to a notified minority community (Sikh, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Jain, or Parsi)
- Be a domicile of India
- Have secured the minimum qualifying marks in the previous qualifying exam (depending on the chosen coaching program)
- Meet the income criteria set by the government
How to apply online:
Unfortunately, the application process for the Naya Savera yojana is not currently online. The scheme operates through Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs) empaneled by the Ministry. These PIAs invite applications directly from students through advertisements in local newspapers, their websites, or community centers.