MaolKeki Memorial Scholarship

MaolKeki Memorial Scholarship is an annual cash scholarship awarded to a Manipuri student studying at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, who has demonstrated excellent academic performance, integration and immersion into College life by participating in various extra-curricular activities, however has limited financial means to support his or her education.

St. Stephen’s College is one of the oldest and best colleges offering undergraduate and graduate courses in the arts and sciences in India. It was founded on 1 February 1881 by the Cambridge Mission to Delhi and has produced a distinguished line of alumni including presidents, politicians, bureaucrats, artists and businessmen. For more info, visit http://www.ststephens.edu.

Recipients:

2020 Recipient: The final selection and announcement of the winning candidate is currently on hold due to Covid-19 closures.

2019 Recipient: The recipient for the 2019 MaolKeki Memorial Scholarship was Mr. James Tunglut. Mr. Tunglut is the youngest son of Mr. T. Kham Kho Gin and Mrs. Zam Za Ching from Churachandpur, Manipur. He is an alumnus of Blue Star Academy and St. Paul’s Institute in Churachandpur. He then moved to Delhi for a medical treatment at AIIMS where subsequently he completed his higher secondary schooling at Mount Carmel School before enrolling at St. Stephen’s College as a Philosophy student. 

At the time of receiving the scholarship, Mr. Tunglut  was a second year undergraduate student of BA (H) Philosophy, and was associated with various college society activities including the role of GenSec at Philosophical Society and that of Asst Talks Co-ordinator, St. Stephen’s North-East Society. He hopes to pursue a Master’s degree abroad.

 

 

2018 Recipient: The first ever MaolKeki Memorial Scholarship recipient is Miss. L H Everhring. Miss Everhring was a second-year Mathematics Honours student who scored an average of 9.14/10 SGPA in the University Examinations when she received the scholarship. She actively participated in the events and workshops organized by the Mathematics Society, St. Stephen’s North-East Society and the Hiking Club of the College.

She was also a member of the College Choir and the Women’s Football Team representing College in various tournaments. Miss Everhring is the daughter of Mr. L H Peter and Mrs. N L Loverhing of Hnahringkhu Village, Chandel District, Manipur, and completed high School from St. Peter’s High School, Chandel, and her 12th standard from Herbert School, Changangei, Imphal West.