September 22, 2014

EPASS 2012 renewal

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EPASS renewal of Post Matric Scholarships for the year 2012-13 from July 8th to August 15…

Epass – Electronic Payment and Application System of Scholarships

 Social Welfare department of Andhra Pradesh is announced schedule to ePASS renewal of Post Matric Scholarships for the year 2012-13. Government invites online applications through ePASS website from July 8th to August 15. All BC, EBC students with parental annual income of less than Rs. 1 lakh are eligible for ePASS fee reimbursement registration, in case of SC, ST annual income 2 lakhs. Candidates need to apply for the renewal application through ePASS website at
Students who are studying in the 2nd, 3rd and final years of professional courses and Graduation who have been promoted to the next year by the college are eligible to apply for EPASS Renewal applications. Students have to register for epass 2012 renewal scholarship by logging into their accounts on the ePass website. Students must confirm if they are continuing the same college and in the same course
Students have to scan and upload the following documents:
  • Income affidavit in Rs.10/- Non Judicial stamp paper duly signed by renewal student and parent. Notary not required.
  • Marks copy of the final exam to be scanned and uploaded.
  • Students must confirm the bank account shown on the website
  • Valid mobile phone number
  • Students Ration Card number.
  • Students Aadhaar Card or UID number if available

ePass Renewal application registration for 2012-13in

epass income certificate format download will available soon.

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