About the DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development)
The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development (DALRRD) is an governmental establishment that strives to enable accessibility towards equitable land, push rural development, and achieve agriculture through sustainable methods. By putting on a people-centric approach and upmost professionalism, the department continues to instill a strong agrarian reform in all parts of the country.
About the DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries 2022
The DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) is giving out extensive financial assistance to students for the 2022 academic year. The DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries is dedicated to helping out students who are pursuing their academics in the fields of agriculture, rural development character, and land reform. With this initiative on the run, the department hopes they are able to uplift the potential and spirits of young individuals who wish to obtain quality education.
The DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries provides funding to cover the items below:
- Tuition expenses
- Prescribed study materials
- A living stipend on a monthly basis
- Accommodation costs
- Daily meals.
If you find this to be the right opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to register for the DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries.
Do you think you have what it takes to sign up for the DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries? Feel free to register today! To get started, make sure you check whether you’re in line with the programme’s requirements. Be sure to take a look at whether your qualification matches the ones that the bursary is searching for. Failure to adhere to the eligibility criteria may get you disqualified from registrations.
The DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Officially recognised as citizens of South Africa
- Originating from poverty-stricken backgrounds or rural communities
- Recognised as a Previously Disadvantaged Individuals
2. Educational Requirements
A. Mathematics and Physical Science: 4 (50-59)
- B.Sc. Town/Urban and Regional Planning
- B.Sc. Land Surveying/Geometric
- B.Sc./BA Geo-Informatics/Geographic Information Science
- National Diploma/BBE: Town and Regional Planning
- National Diploma/B. Degree: Surveying/Cartography.
- National Diploma: Food Technology
B. Mathematics and Physical Science: 5 (60-69)
- B.Sc. Entomology
- B.Sc. Pasture Science
- B.Sc. Viticulture and Oenology
- B.Sc. Animal Science
- B.Sc. Food Science
- B.Sc. Plant Pathology.
C. Mathematics and Physical Science: 5 (70-79)
- Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc.)
- B.Sc. Bioresource Engineering (Agricultural Engineering)
Download Application Form: DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries 2022.
Please download the application form above. Once you have obtained the form, please read the instructions before your complete it.
Candidates must certified copies of the documents below:
- Identity Document (candidates)
- Identity Document (parents/guardians)
- Relevant qualification
- Academic Record/Grade 12 results slip and University acceptance letter*
- Household family income (salary advice must not be older than 3 months)
- A confirmation letter from SASSA (if applicable)
- Legitimate proof of unemployed from the Department of Labour (if applicable)
- Death Certificates (if applicable).
*Important Note: Candidates who currently do not have their University acceptance letter/final results and are still waiting for those documents can still submit their applications.
All these documents should be included in dossier. Incomplete applications will automatically be disqualified from registrations.
Your application form should by duly signed by the appropriate parties. Otherwise, it will not be accepted.
Once your applications are all set, please send them in through either one of the following methods:
Email Address: [email protected].
Sector Education and Training
Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development
Private Bag X250
20 Steve Biko (Former Beatrix) Street
Please send in your application to only ONE of the methods above.
Applications for the DALRRD (Dept of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development) Bursaries 2022 must be submitted before the closing date on 31 October 2021.
Late applications will not be accepted by the selection committee under any circumstances. Submissions that are received after the closing date will not be recognized during the time of registration.
It is recommended that candidates submit their applications as soon as possible after learning of their selection. You will have more time to fully examine the substance of your applications as a result of this arrangement. Please begin preparing your applications as soon as you get the opportunity.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from the selection committee within 14 days past the Grade 12 results slip announcements, and right after the National Bursary Committee are done with the selection phase, we regret to inform you that your applications has not been successful.
At any stage throughout the recruiting process, DALRRD retains the right to make or refuse to make a decision on whether to hire a candidate. The selecting committee’s judgments are final and binding on all parties involved.