JGLS Scholarships Application Form 2019-2020

Application Details
Personal Information
[See Annexure]
(Town/ City)
Address Information
Contact Details
Mailing Address
Present Address
Educational Qualification
Class X
Class XII
Financial Information (Any student seeking Scholarship/Studentship/Fee concession must submit ITR of both the parents/guardian for being considered)
Parents (Annual Income of both parents and / or guardian(s) in Indian Rupees) [See Annexure]
Father (Annual Income in Indian Rupees) [See Annexure]
Mother (Annual Income in Indian Rupees) [See Annexure]
Parents / Guardian Details


This scholarship application form must be submitted before, 30 June 2019.
Those applicant not able to attach all file please mail there documents to:
O.P. Jindal Global University, Near Jagdishpur Village
Narela Road, Sonipat Haryana - 131001
Mobile No : 08930110758/08930110817

Essay and Letter of Reference are not required to be submitted along with this form. LSAT—India percentile score and parental income-limit remain the main criteria for awarding studentships at the Law School.


Every candidate securing admission at JGLS is eligible to apply for Scholarship instituted by the University.

Award of Scholarship will be based on a student's performance in LSAT-India 2019 Exam and Scholarship policy of the University as per rules.

Only students who are domicile of Haryana as per rules would be eligible for domicile fee concessions in accordance with Haryana Government Rules.

Means Determination
The annual income specified by the applicants in the Application form for Award of Scholarships, Fellowships and Fee Concessions shall be the same as is computed for income tax purposes. The proof in support of income level shall be as under:
1. For Government employees Form-16 under I.T. Act 1961 issued by the head of department.
2. For non-government employees Certificate of the employer along with Form-16 under I.T. Act 1961.
3. For Self-employed a copy of the latest return of income field with the Income Tax Department or sales tax return.
4. Any other government documents specifying the level of income.
5. Below Poverty Line certificate, issued by Government.

N.B.: As per University’s scholarship policy, any student whose parental income exceeds Rs. forty lakhs per year will not be eligible to receive any scholarship awarded by the University. Parental income will be determined by combining income of both the parents as per their ITR or as per the document furnished by them.