In its 25th year, Pearl Academy announces 525 scholarships for India’s most creative minds

New Delhi: As an ode to 25 years of nurturing creative minds in India, Pearl Academy, a leading institution in design, fashion, creative business and media, has announced Quarter Century Scholarships 2018 for students to showcase their creativity and aspire for creative careers. For the first time, Pearl Academy has offered scholarship opportunity on a large scale where the selected top twenty-five students will get a scholarship of Rs.2.5 Lakh, and the next five hundred chosen candidates will be awarded scholarships worth fifty thousand rupees.

A contest to select the scholarship winners will be held on 18th November 2017 at ten separate locations across the country and is open to students of class 12 and undergraduates in their final year of UG program. The locations include New Delhi, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Pune, Ahmedabad, Noida, Patna, Bhopal, Bangalore and Ludhiana. In Mumbai, the contest will be conducted at Pearl Academy’s campus on 25th November 2017.

Contestants will be asked to express their ideas and opinions on how efficient use of ‘Technology’ can play a essential role in areas such as pollution, corruption, safety and security, stress, play, sustainability and fashion. Participants can choose any one area and create and showcase their expression and solutions using mediums like Photo Collage (A2 size), Poster (A2 size), Narrative (Photo/ Illustration/ Essay), a three-dimensional model/ installation (2 cubic foot) or through a business proposal. The scholarship-cum-admission forms are available at various schools/colleges. Students can also apply online at

According to Professor, Nandita Abraham, CEO Pearl Academy: For the past 25 years, Pearl Academy has always strived to encourage young minds to go beyond boundaries by providing them with the best-in-class educational opportunities and facilities. We reaffirm this commitment by giving ‘Quarter Century Scholarships’ to 525 of the nation’s most creative minds. It is our way of welcoming the next generation of young minds set out to change the world.”