Fee Concessions – Prestige Engineering College Indore



Chhavi Jain Memorial Merit-cum-Need Tuition Fee Concession

The proposal to revise Chhavi Jain Memorial Merit cum Need Tuition Fee Concession Scheme for the year 2019-20 for the students studying in PIEMR. The above scheme a philanthropist in substance and has been design to encourage students having limited means to share their fortune through education. This resonates with the purpose of Prestige Education Society and ideology of our Founding Chairman. This fund plans to give concession in tuition fee to meritorious students, both new admits and continuing students. The structure is proposed as follows:

Eligibility Criteria for 1st Year New Students:

The Criteria is defined on the basis of 12th class aggregate:


Eligibility Criteria for 1st Year new admits
CategoriesAggregate Score in 12th ClassConcession in Tuition Fee
Category I70-74.99 %8,000/-
Category II75-79.99 %15,000/-
Category III80-84.99 %20,000/-
Category IV85-89.99 %25,000/-
Category  V90 above %30,000/-
Eligibility Criteria for 2nd / 3rd / 4th Year students
CategoriesCGPA in previous  yearConcession in Tuition Fee
Category I8.0-8.99 %
10% of Tuition Fee
Category II9.0-9.49 %
15% of Tuition Fee
Category III9.5 % & above20% of Tuition Fee

General Norms & Eligibility:

“Need “is defined as students with annual family income less than 2.4 lacs.The same should be proven by submission of a certificate duly signed by authorized person in tehsil /collectorate office.

The application for Scholarship must be submitted in writing to the Director & must be approved by Secretary/General Secretary of Prestige Education Society.

Students admitted under TWF category are not eligible for this scholarship.

Attendance should be more than 75 %

In case of any dispute regarding eligibility criteria the decision of the chairman shall be final and binding to all concerned.

The Prestige Education Society reserves the right to change the eligibility criteria and amount of scholarship at any time and shall be binding to all concern.

Update Date: 09/10/2021