About The program
The Piaggio “Shiksha Se Samriddhi” Scholarship is the initiative of the Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. to support children/wards Drivers / Owners of a three-wheeled community. Under this course, students who pass their Class 10/12 examinations will receive 80% of the total refund or up to INR 20,000 per annum for their studies in Class 11/12 / ITI / Polytechnic / Diploma / Undergraduate.
Piaggio Cars Pvt. Ltd. is a 100% owned company of Piaggio Group. Piaggio is a leading player in the light transport industry with a full range of three-wheel drive Diesel, Petrol, CNG, LPG various petrol and has also entered the electric car market. The Company’s products are not only approved by more than 2.9 million satisfied customers throughout India but also exported to more than 50 countries worldwide.
As part of its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative, the company introduced this study to ensure the well-being of the transportation community. The company was taking several CSR approaches to promote social and economic growth.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the selection process for this learning program?
The selection of students for the Piaggio “Shiksha Se Samriddhi” Scholarship will be made based on their education and financial background. Includes a two-stage process as described below –
The initial listing of applicants based on their education and financial history
Phone interview of selected candidates
Student financial aid provided to a student, based on the acquisition of courses or other means that may include financial need, for learning. There are different types of bursaries – both of which are mostly based on learning and on-demand support. The donor or the bursary department sets out the process for selecting the recipient, and the donor specifies how the money will be spent. These funds are used to pay for tuition fees, books, room, board, and other expenses directly linked to student tuition fees at the university.
Scholarships are often offered for a variety of purposes, including – but not limited to, academic achievement, departmental and community involvement, job experience, study facilities, and financial needs.