UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021: Check how to apply for UP Free Laptop scheme online
Under the UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021, students will get a free laptop and those who are eligible can apply through the official UP government website. Here’s how to apply for UP Free Laptop scheme online. UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021: Know eligibility and documents required to apply for the UP Free Laptop scheme.
The Uttar Pradesh government recently announced a scheme to provide free laptops for meritorious students, and those eligible for the scheme are now able to apply for the same, according to reports. The UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021 will allow the UP government to distribute laptops to over 22 lakh students who have cleared their board exams in the state. We explain below how to apply for UP Free Laptop scheme online.
The free laptops initiative is expected to offer these gadgets to deserving students who have passed their class 12 exams, India Today reports. The scheme could help students who have applied to various colleges and require a computer for assignments and remote learning, among other requirements.
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UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021 eligibility: Are you eligible to receive a free laptop?
The scheme to provide free laptops is limited to students who are studying in the state board and have cleared their class 12 board exams. However, merely clearing the exam will not be enough, as students will have to score at least 65 percent, in order to be eligible to receive a laptop, according to India Today.
UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021 documents: You need these to apply
Certain documents will be required in order to apply for UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021, as reported by India.com. These include the student’s marksheet, a bonafide certificate, residence proof, a photograph and their Aadhaar card.
UP Free Laptop Yojana 2021: How to apply for a free laptop
Students will need to visit the official website at up.gov.in, then click on the ‘Apply Online’ option that appears, which will reportedly redirect to the scheme’s webpage. From there, users will have to enter their details in the form and upload their documents then submit the form and print out their application, according to the report.