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Central Scheme of Interest Subsidy for Educational Loans
An initiative to help students from Economically Weaker Sections
CANARA BANK, Nodal Bank to administer subsidy to scheduled banks.
One of the major concerns of the Government of India is to ensure that nobody is denied professional education because he or she is poor. Indian Banks' Association (IBA) has formulated a comprehensive model educational loan scheme for adoption by all Banks. In order to support students from Economically Weaker Sections of the Society, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resourse Development,Governemnt of India has launched this interest subsidy scheme.
Only for Educational Loans availed from Scheduled Banks for pursuing any of the approved courses after Class XII in Technical and Professional streams from recognized institutes in India under the Educational Loan Scheme of IBA.
Students belonging to Economically Weaker Sections with annual gross parental/family income from all sources with an upper limit of Rs.4.50 lacs.Certificate to this effect issued by authorized officers of State Government is to be submitted.
Full interest subsidy is available for the period of moratorium i.e Course Period plus 1 year or 6 months after getting the job, whichever is earlier.
Scheme is applicable for the loan amount availed from April 01, 2009 to March31, 2010(Academic Year 2009-10)
For Loans sanctioned earlier to 1.04.2009, only amounts disbursed during the above period are eligible.
Eligible students have to contact our branches where they have availed/availing loans for further details.
Priority Credit Section,
PC Wing, Head Office,
No.112, J.C.Road, Bangalore-560 002
Guidelines for Central Sector Interest Subsidy Scheme (CSIS) for Education loans
GUIDELINES FOR PROVIDING RELIEF ON INTEREST OUTSTANDING COMPONENT AS ON 31.12.13 FOR ALL EDUCATIONAL LOANS SANCTIONED/AVAILED UP TO 31.03.2009 & OUTSTANDING AS ON 31.12.2013
INCOME CERTIFICATE ISSUING AUTHORITY IN EACH STATE
IBA SUBCOMMITTEE PROCEEDINGS DT 31/01/2014
IBA SUBCOMMITTEE PROCEEDINGS DT 28/05/2013