With an aim of raising funds in support of needy students, some employees of KJSCE came together to establish an organization, “PUSH” (People United for Students’ Help). Funds are collected annually from employees, students, alumni and well-wishers. A holistic review of the economic background of his / her family enables extension of monetary support to a student demonstrating financial need.
Communicate through mail between July to September
Any student from second year to final year, and direct second year students from third year to final year, from any of the following departments: Department of Computer Engineering/Department of Electronics Engineering/Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering/Department of Mechanical Engineering/Department of Information Technology and Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering.
Yearly. Students have to apply every year for scholarship
|Academic Year||No of student
in Rs in Lakh
Mahendra’s mother was suffering from a serious illness and father was the only source of income in the family. In the student’s final year (2017) his condition became more difficult and he was not able to pay his remaining fees. So he approached to PUSH and got benefited by help of PUSH council. In the student’s own words, “I have the sincerest gratitude for all my professors, faculties, college and all KJSCE board members. I thank ,from bottom of my heart, KJSCE PUSH foundation, Principal Ma’am, Prof. Ravindra Sir, Mr. Manoj Palsodkar Sir, Mr. Hanumante Sir and Sangeeta Parameshwaran Madam for their constant support, help and guidance during my academic career”.
Sarath had applied for educational loans during his college days however the loan approval process was getting delayed resulting in financial difficulty for the student. “It was PUSH-KJSCE which provided me with financial assistance when I needed it the most.” said Sarath. Grateful about the initiative, he also says, “I hope PUSH-KJSCE continues to help students who are in need of financial assistance, thus ensuring an equal playing ground for students with a weak financial background”.