Scholarships and Grants

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF), Udaipur was instituted to serve and assist each and every individual to realize a special status in the hierarchy of God's creation and the commitment in 'pursuit of excellence'. Today, one of the Foundation's biggest outgoing expenses is charity being done through its direct donations to causes such as, support to scholarships, endowments, pension schemes and medical-aid, thus fulfilling directly many of the objectives. In keeping the objective of the organization to promote and encourage excellence in various walks of life and to help the needy without discrimination or favour but on the basis of the cause; scholarships are awarded to students at every level of education, from primary school to postgraduate research scholars. In many cases, had it not been for the intervention of the trust, the individual students' academic career would have come to a halt. Both men and women applicants are treated fairly and without bias. The numbers can range from a single scholarship granted to one student to cover their entire course of graduate studies or, to a number of students to help subsidies school/college fees. The trust has also sponsored and subsidized the presentation of research papers at symposia both in India and across the world.

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation has provided scholarship to Master Krishna Vardhan Singh, Kankroli, Rajsamand to continue his studies of class X - Lakshmipat Singhania School for 2019-2020 to promote excellence in various walks of life.

Master Krishna Vardhan Singh

Financial Assistance

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation has provided financial assistance to Dr. Rajnish Sharma c/o Subhash Chaturvedi, Bhilwara for the publication of his book titled "A critical studies of Sanskrit literature related to Maharana Pratap".

Charitable Dispensary and Medical Aid

Medical Aid is an important activity of the MMCF. Citizens of the region can apply to it for medical benefits and assistance. The Staff's yearly medical checkups are also organized by the Foundation. MMCF runs a charitable dispensary, which operates all year round. It aims to provide free medical advice and medicines to the needy that are unable to pay for medical treatment.

A total number of 518 patients were treated in the month of May 2019.

Supporting Saksham Project of Yuva Pahal, Pali, Rajasthan

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation has provided financial assistance to support the project titled Project Saksham for the skill training program for girls at Rohat, Pali, Rajasthan for the year 2019-20. Yuva Pahal is an emerging NGO of Rajasthan engaged in the social development and women empowerment through integrated family welfare and livelihood projects. Since its inception from year 2005, Yuva Pahal has trained 5900 youth and women from rural and urban area through its various skill training programs in various districts across Rajasthan. Yuva Pahal believes that Building livelihoods through microenterprises for girls and women is one of the remarkable steps for developing sustainability, improving household income and creating jobs where these are actually required.

Project Saksham is increasing its reach to more women and girls in other villages too.

Our new Centre under project Saksham has been started at Bandai village nearby Chotila of Pali District. 30 female candidates from nearby villages have been enrolled and learning the stitching course. This year we are planning to benefit to 200 female candidates through both of our Centre.

Beneficiaries undergoing training at the Saksham Project

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