Scholarships are decided by the Principal.


The Jesuit Award

For a boy who excels in the values of the school. Presented by the Class of 1980-82. To be selected by a panel of teachers from amongst the names submitted by the Class teacher in Consultation with others teaching the same class. The boy must be a Loyolite and have studied from the primary section of the school.

The Anand Patankar Memorial Scholarship

  • To the best boy of the School. (interest on Rs.500/-) and a cup donated by Mrs. M. Rajagopalan
  • The boy standing first in Std. VI (interest on Rs. 500/ -)
  • The best student in sports (interest on Rs. 1,000/-)

The Girijashankar Memorial Scholarship

Given to 3 deserving students (interest on Rs. 3,000/-).

The Solanki Bansda General Proficiency Scholarship

Given to the boy of Std. X with the highest aggregate marks in the Prelims & Board examinations. (interest on Rs. 2,000/-).

Rev. Fr. Schoch Scholarship

  • To an all round student (interest on Rs. 5,000/-)
  • To a good student (interest on Rs. 5,000/-)

The Rajkumar Sinha Memorial Scholarship

  • To the boy with the highest aggregate in Std. VIII
  • To a deserving student of the School. (interest on Rs 3,000/-)

Penumarti Brothers Ravindra and Srinivas Merit Award Scholarship

Given to the boy getting the highest percentage in Std. X both in the School and Board Examinations. (Rs. 150/-).

Vasant Nagesh Memorial Scholarship

Given to the boy with highest marks in Maths and Science in Std. VIII. (interest on Rs.1,000/-).

The Rajendra JanardjanGirme Memorial Scholarship

Given to a deserving student. (interest on Rs. 2,000/-)

Hiralal T. Sodha Scholarship

Given to a deserving student (interest on: Rs. 2,060/- ).

Dr. A. J. Noronha Memorial Scholarship

Given to deserving student /students of Standard XI & XII. (interest on Rs. 3,000/-)

Raj Phalnikar Memorial Scholarship No. 1

Given to an all-round student. (interest on Rs.1,126/-)

Raj Phalnikar Memorial Scholarship No. 2

Given to a deserving student. (interest on Rs. 1,000/-).

Mr. George Memorial Scholarship

  • To the student with the highest marks in Maths Std . XII. (interest on Rs. 3,000/-)
  • To a deserving student. (interest on Rs. 3 ,000/ -)

Rev. Fr. William Clements’s Golden Jubilee Scholarship

  • To the deserving and needy students of primary section, the discretion of the Principal Scholarship
  • To the students securing highest marks in Moral Science Stds. V, VI and VII. (interest on Rs. 3,000/-)

Rev. Fr. William Clement Scholarship

Given to the student with the highest marks in Physics in Std. XII instituted by E.L.A. (interest on Rs. 1,000/-).

Basantibai Shankarial Scholarship

To be awarded by to Principal at his discretion. (interest on Rs. 1,500/-).

Ashish Tiwari Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded by to Principal at his discretion to a deserving and financially needed student as follows:

  • Primary School (I-IV) (interest on Rs. 2,000/-)
  • Middle School (V-VII) (interest on Rs. 2,000/-)
  • To a well- behaved boy from High School (VIII- X) (interest on Rs.1,001/-)

Ganesh Mahamuni Memorial Scholarship

Given to the student securing highest marks at S.S.C. Board Exam., in Hindi. (interest on Rs. 1,000/-).

Shri V.G. Mahamuni Merit Scholarship

Given to the student of Std IX securing highest marks in Hindi (Instituted by Ex-Loyola students Association, 1986) (interest on Rs 510/-).

Shri W. P Khatavkar Merit Scholarship

Given to the student securing highest grade in Art in Elementary Intermediate Exam. Std. VIII (Instituted by Ex-Loyola Students Association, 1986). (interest on Rs. 510/-).

Fr. V. Gomes Catao, S.J. Scholarship

To be given at the discretion of the Principal to the boy who distinguished himself in the service of others (interest on Rs. 1500/-) (Instituted by Ex Loyola Students Association, 1986).

Kharidehal Jaganath Rao Memorial Scholarship

Given to deserving student of Std. X. (interest on Rs. 2,000/-).

Mrs. Dorothy Rodrigues Memorial Scholarship

To be given at the discretion of the Principal to student of any class in difficulties because of bereavement or illness in the family (instituted by staff and students of Loyola High School, 1987) (interest on Rs. 5,300/).

Mrs. Dolly Rodrigues Memorial Scholarship

Given for excellence in English at the SSC Examination, instituted by Col. C. A Rodrigues. (interest on Rs. 4,000/-).

Major Roland J. Nazareth Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded to a hardworking deserving Catholic student preferably a Goan. Instituted by Mrs C. S. Nazareth (interest on Rs. 1000/-).

Mrs. Sibani Ghosh Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded to the student in class X who secures highest marks in Civics in class IX examination and is ranked between 1st and 3rd (interest on Rs.1,500/-).

Mrs. Nanibalal Ghosh Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded to the boy in class V who stands 1st in class IV Exam (interest on Rs.2,500/-).

G. Ramalakshmi Memorial Scholarship

To be given to the student who secures maximum total marks in XII Board Examination in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology together. (interest on R 5,000/-).

Ratan Kaushik Memorial Scholarship

To be given for the most promising swimmers, instituted by Dr. (Mrs.) S.B. Kaushik in the following age groups:

  • Below 11 years (interest on Rs.500/-)
  • 11 – 13 years (interest on Rs .750/-)
  • 13- 15 years (interest on Rs.1,000/-)
  • Under 18 years (interest on Rs.1,250/-)

In the event of a tie the prize amount will be shared equally.

The Ashok Bhende Memorial Scholarship

Given to the student scoring the highest aggregate marks at the S.S.C Board Examination. (interest on Rs.5,000/-).

The Anjivelil Philip George Scholarship

To be given to a student of Std. X or XI who has been good in sports, studies and conduct at the discretion of the Principal (instituted by Mr. A. J. George) (interest on Rs.5,000/-).

Raghunathrao Nimbalkar Scholarship

Given to a student securing highest marks in Marathi at the S.S.C. Board Examination.

VG Merit-cum-means Scholarship

Given to students of Std. I, II, III & IV Rs.300/- each. (instituted by Mrs. O. N. Garg).

Naresh Trehan Scholarship

Given to the “Best Hockey Player of the Year” (interest on Rs.500/-).

Parag Walker Scholarship
To be awarded to the student securing highest marks in Mathematics in Std. XI (interest on Rs.1,001/-).

Prabhudas Liladher Scholarship

To awarded to the student securing highest marks in Computers in Std. VIII (interest on Rs. 5,000/-).

Indirabai Moreshwar Ghole Scholarship

  • to the student with highest aggregate in HSC Board Exam (interest on Rs.3,000); and
  • to the student with second highest aggregate in HSC Board Exam (Interest on Rs.2,000/-)

Master Amol Jagannath Mahajan Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded to the student of SSC Securing Highest Marks in Mathematics (interest on Rs . 1,110/-).

Master Shreepad Kannal Memorial Scholarship

Given to the most helpful boy of Std. XII (1nterest on Rs. 2,600/-).

‘Kirti Chakra’ 2 / Lt. Rishi Malhotra Scholarship

  • For securing highest marks in Hindi in St. IX and Std. X) (interest on Rs.5,000/-)
  • For Best Table Tennis Player (in any age Group) (interest on Rs.5,000/-)

Rev. Fr. R. Schoch Scholarship

Shri Narayan N. Joshi Memorial Scholarship

Shri.Narayan N. Joshi Memorial Scholarship

Sarita Patwardhan Scholarship

The Late R. R. Gosavi Scholarship

Ex- Loyola Students Alumni Network (ELAN Scholarship)

ELAN Scholarship in Memory of late Mr. Francis Xavier

Concord Marketing and Financier Ltd. Scholarship

SSC Students of 1989 Batch Scholarship

Ranjit Sarkar Memorial Scholarship

Uttam Singh Wadhwa Memorial Scholarship

Mrs. Leena Balkrishnan Scholarship

Fr. Murphy & Fr Kuriakose Scholarship

The Patrick DeSouza Lawrence Scholarship

Krishnani Scholarship

Mrs. Vasanthi Mathew Scholarship

Suresh Nair Scholarship

S.R. Srinivasan Scholarship

The Arun Bedarkar Memorial Scholarship

Ms. Averil Tellis Scholarship

2nd Lt. Rishi Malhotra Memorial Scholarship

 

Prizes

Prizes are a way of rewarding merit and excellence However, the question is what is merit? Prizes are also a reflection of what the school values. In order to reward what is really in keeping with the school’s value system, a fresh set of criteria has now been drawn up:

Students who are given a re-test/re-exam for being absent for a particular test/examination do not quality for the academic prizes. It is not necessary that in every class prizes, whether academic or non- academies should be awarded. If for some reason no student fulfils the conditions specified, the prize need not be awarded.

Academic Prizes

General Proficiency: for consistency in academic excellence. To a student who scores a minimum of 80% in both the first and second terminal examinations. The prize may be awarded to more than one student in a class.

Subject Prizes

The prizes may be awarded to more than one student in a class.

Non- Academic Prizes:

All- Round Student

To only one boy in each class who is good in academics (minimum of 50% total on the average), participates in co-curricular activities and not necessarily only in games. The class teacher, in consultation with the other teachers teaching the Class, will prepare a list of students for this prize. The students of the Class will, then, vote for one student from this list. The results of this voting will be final.

Studiousness

To one student in each class who works hard in spite of difficult circumstance. The student need not pass the class.

Freeships

Government grants freeships to certain categories E.B.C., B.C., PTC., S.T.C. ex-service man, etc. Those entitled to these freeships should apply in the prescribed form through the School within a fortnight of the opening of school. A few details about the Concessions are given below (for more details contact the office).

FREESHIP is granted to those secondary students from Std V to X whose parents are residents of Maharashtra State for not less than 15 years and the student is not the fourth on subsequent child born after 15th August 1968 and the student has passed the last annual examination .

E.B.C.: is granted to those Secondary Section students whose parents total annual income from a single source was Rs. 15000/- or below, for the last financial year.

P.T.C. & S.T.C.: is granted to those Secondary Section Students whose any one parent is a teacher in a recognised and aided Primary / Secondary School.

S.P.C.: is granted to the Secondary Section pupils whose fathers are members of the Defence Service Personnel of the rank of Combatant, J.C.Os and N.C.Os or members of the Maharashtra State Police, deputed for service in all different operational areas of the country.

B.C. is granted to Secondary School students who come under the categories of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes Nomadic Tribes, and Vimukta Jatis etc.

Forms and Other Conditions

All forms such as freeships / concessions etc. must be submitted at the school office by 30th June positively.

The Government requires that all other students should pay fees. However, the management provides financial assistance to really needy and deserving pupils.

Boys who fail in academics are not granted any financial assistance or freeship or concession.

Financial assistance is granted for one year only and must be renewed every year.

    1. to the boy scoring highest marks in SSC Exam (instituted by Anil Sanghvi) (interest on Rs.25,000/-)
    2. to the best outgoing Sportsman of the school (instituted by Anil Sanghvi) (interest on Rs. 25,000/-)

Given to a deserving and needy student of Primary School (interest on Rs. 10,000). Given to a student securing highest marks in Physics in Std. XII Exam (Interest on Rs 5,000). Moti Lazarus Samuel Scholarship (instituted by Ms. Stelia Samuel)

      • to a student who stands First in Std . I (interest on Rs. 2 ,500/-)
      • to a deserving Catholic Student in Std . I (interest on Rs 2 ,500/-)

Given to a student securing highest marks in Marathi in Std. X (interest on Rs. 5,000/-).

      • to a student securing highest marks in the Language Group at the S.S.C. Board Exam (interest on Rs. 5,000/-)
      • to the individual Champion in the Senior Age Group (interest in Rs. 5,000/-)

Given to the Best Outgoing Student (Rs. 1,000/-). Given to a needy student of the primary section the discretion of the Principal (interest on Rs 16,000/-). Given to a deserving and economically poor student of primary section for period of years. (Rs. 3,000/-). To be awarded to an economically deserving student of primary section. (interest on Rs. 51,501/-). To the best football player (interest on Rs. 5,000/-). To the student securing highest aggregate marks in Std. XI in Physics Chemistry and Mathematics. (interest on Rs 5,121/-). To the most hard working student of Std. X (interest on Rs. 5,000/-). To a poor and needy student at the Discretion of the principal. (instituted by Late Dr. D Anjaneyulu) (interest on Rs. 20,000/-). Given to a deserving Catholic student in SSC (interest on- Rs. 5,000/-). Given to a deserving candidate at Principal’s discretion (interest on Rs. 10,000/-). Given to the student standing first in History and Civics of Std. VIII & IX each (Rs. 7,000/-). Given to a financially needy and deserving student at the discretion of the Principal (Rs. 10,000/-). Given to a deserving student of Std. IX at the discretion of the Principal (Rs. 3 ,000/-). To the student scoring the highest aggregate in languages (English, Hindi & Marathi) in Std. IX all divisions included. (Interest on Rs. 30,500/-). Given to the student scoring highest marks in standards IV (interest on Rs. 10,000/-). Given to a deserving student in Std V (interest on Rs. 75,000/-).

    • Regular Attendance : a minimum of 80% attendance
    • Good Behaviour
    • Appears for all tests and examinations
    • For consistency in academic excellence in (English, Hindi, Marathi, German, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies) subject to a minimum of 75% in both terms in the languages and 80% in mathematics and the sciences. The prizes may be awarded to more than one student in a class.
    • For significant improvement in (English, Hindi, Marathi, German) is languages 20 marks increase.
    • Mathematical Science and Social Studies to a student who makes a 25 marks improvement in the subject in the second term examination over the first term.
    • Gentlemanly Student: to only one student in each class who is well-behaved, polite in his speech and respectful of others.
    • Man for Others: to only one student in each class who is serviceable to all and spends some time every week in helping people in need.