1. KPCR Fee Concession

Students from the backward families are exempted from payment of special fees and other tuition fees by the Govt. of Kerala order based on the Kumara Pillai Commission Report. Income limit for the concession is Rs.25,000/- per annum for Degree students and Rs.42,000/- per annum for P.G. Course.
2. Forward community students are eligible for any one of the following scholarships and fee concession subject to the minimum marks, annual family income etc.

a. National Loan Scholarship

Rs.6000 and 7200 per annum for the entire course. Repayment in instalment should be made within a specific period after the studies if the scholar does not get the job of a teacher. Minimum marks required for consideration for the award is 50% and the annual family income should not exceed Rs.25000/-.

b. Kerala State Scholarship

Minimum award is Rs.400/- which need not be refunded if the course is completed. Minimum mark required for consideration of the award is 50% and maximum limit of annual family income is Rs.6000/-
3. Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, X’tian Convert and OtherEligible Community students are eligible for full fee concession,Lumpsum Grant and stipend. These students are eligible for thebenefits irrespective of family income and marks, if informationrelating to the community and nativity is furnished in the SSLCof such students, or fresh certificate is produced by them.
4. Other Backward Community students whose annual family income does not exceed Rs.25,000/- for Degree course are eligible for full fee concession. Such students have to submit income certificate in the prescribed form issued by the Village Officer and countersigned by the Panchayat President/ Municipal Commissioner

5.  Physically handicapped students scholarship.

The Director of Social Welfare, Thiruvananthapuram shall award the scholarship. Those who have secured 45% and above marks for the qualifying examination and who are physically handicapped are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

6. Merit Scholarship to the children of School Teachers

Minimum marks 60%. No refund need be effected provided the course is completed satisfactorily

7. Fisheries Scholarship

Children of fishermen are eligible to be considered for the award of this scholarship.

8. Post Matric Scholarship

Students belonging to minority communities, secured 50% marks in higher secondary and with annual income below Rs.2,00,000.

9. Kerala State Suvarna Jubilee Merit Scholarship

Students belonging to BPL category and secured 50% marks in higher secondary.

10.Kerala State Merit Scholarship

Students who secured 50% marks in higher secondary and with annual income below Rs.1,00,000· 

11. Muslim Nadar Scholarship

Students either belonging to backward communities or general category students below poverty line and annual income below Rs.1,00,000.

12. Central Sector Scholarship

Students who secured 80% and above marks in higher secondary and with annual income below Rs.8,00,000.

13. Higher Education Scholarship

Students belonging to any category and secured minimum marks required on the basis of their categories (i.e. SC- Pass, ST- 60%, BPL/OBC- 65% and General- 75%)

14. Vidya Samunnathi Scholarship

Students who secured 70% and above marks in higher secondary, belonging to forward communities but economically backward and whose family annual income below Rs.2,00,000.

15. Snehapoorvam

Students who have lost either their father or mother or both, with annual income below Rs.1,00,000.