WORLD ZOROASTRIAN ORGANISATION UK, Educational Grant, Erach & Roshan Sadri Foundation

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WORLD ZOROASTRIAN ORGANISATION, UK
Erach And Roshan Sadri Foundation

The Erach and Roshan Sadri Foundation Scholarship was started in 2008 to recognize academic excellence and provide, Zoroastrian students applying for 1st Degree / Undergraduate Courses in University or Vocational Programs, financial assistance to study at institutions in India.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Zoroastrians who are enrolled or applied as full-time students in a college, university or other institution in India.

Grants to recipients will be made one time only with a possibility of one renewal.

JUDGING CRITERIA

Scholastic achievement 40%, Financial need 40%, Extra Curricular activities 10%, Community service 10%.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

In total, 4 copies of the completed application form and attachments must be submitted.
Application forms available upon request from WZO Trust or may be downloaded from the WZO website, www.w-z-o.org.

http://www.w-z-o.org/images/stories/appeals/ersf_appl_india.pdf

However the completed application along with attachments must be sent to the WZO Trust. It is the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that their applications are complete in all respects. Incomplete applications will be rejected and filed without further intimation.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Applications are considered on merit alone. There IS no discrimination between eligible students with one or both parents who are born Zoroastrians. Applications are evaluated by a committee appointed by WZO and are judged on academic accomplishments, program of study, appraiser’s evaluations and general impressions from the application form. Decision of the Trust will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Applicants canvassing or soliciting favourable consideration of their applications will be summarily rejected.

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER 25th JULY MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Completed applications must be sent to:

WZO Trust
Sadri Scholarship
SHANTI, 5th Floor, 6 Banaji Street, Fort, Mumbai 400001

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Roger Oldfield
Roger Oldfield
9 years ago

I am wondering whether the career of Shapurji Edalji will be of interest to your audience. He did, admittedly, convert to Christianity in his teens, but he was brought up a Parsi and had an extraordinary life overall. My book ‘Outrage: The Edalji Five and the Shadow of Sherlock Holmes’ (Vanguard Press) details his early life for the first time. See http://www.outrage-rogeroldfield.co.uk.