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UGC Launches Web Portal for Distributing Fellowships / Scholarships for Non-DBT Cases

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ENA India | 18 June 2016 |

New Delhi June 18 (ENA) University Grants Commission (UGC) of India has launched a web portal for the disbursement of fellowships/scholarships for cases that are not covered under the direct benefit transfer (DBT) mode. It is part of the initiative of the UGC to disburse all fellowships/scholarships through DBT mode from July 1, 2016. Link for the web portal is http://epayment.canarabank.in/UGCWEBPortal/AdminLogin.aspx, and all the beneficiaries not covered under the DBT mode are required to upload their information through this link. UGC is also holding training programme to help Universities/ Institutes / ges in getting familiar with the portal, and UGC has instructed the Universities / Institutes / Colleges to depute a computer savvy official for the training. Vice Chancellors have been provided with unique ID and password on their official email ID to access the web portal.  Further information can be accessed by visiting the link :  Published on 17/06/2016 (82 Pages)  : UGC Notice reg.: New Web portal for manual cases into Direct Benefit Transfer Mode for all the Fellowships/Scholarships


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