1. The Motilalji Agarwal Scholarship for a deserving student of the T.Y.B.A. class on the basis of academic performance in the F.Y. and S.Y.B.A. examinations and record of service.
2. The Suman and Ramesh Tulsiani Golden Jubilee Scholarship for needy and deserving students, four Scholarships: i) Sr. College Arts; ii) Sr. College Science; iii) Jr. College Arts; iv) Jr. College Science.
3. The Delia Albuquerque Scholarship for a student excelling in Sports.
4. Two Watumull Foundation Scholarships for deserving students of any class.
5. The Eric and Lucy Mascarenhas Scholarship for a deserving student of the S.Y.B.Sc. class offering Zoo-Micro/Chem-Micro.
6. The Prof. A.N. Kothare Prize to a deserving Chemistry student of any class.
7. The Bazm-e-Niswan Maharashtra Prize to the student who stands first in the F.Y.B.Sc. class.
8. The Basil and Sophie Furtado Scholarship for a student of T.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry.
9. The Mrs. Kathleen Pereira Scholarship for a deserving student of any class.
10. The Griselda Miranda Dias Scholarship for a T.Y.B.A. History Special student who in her final year has shown consistent interest and progress in her subject of specialization, i.e. History.
11. The Teresa and John Gonsalves Scholarship to a student of the F.Y.B.A. class who shows a steady and significant improvement in academic performance during the year.
12. The Mathew and Martha Rodrigues Scholarship for the student who secures the highest marks in Political Science at the S.Y.B.A. Final examination and who offers at least three papers in Political Science for the T.Y.B.A.
13. Vaishno Mal Malhotra Endowment—Shanti Malhotra Cash Prize for a T.Y.B.A. student who has had a consistently good academic record — i.e. not less than an average of 50 percent in any year, no absence from any examination, except for some genuine reason, some participation in extra/co-curricular activities and who obtains the highest marks in the total of marks acquired in the T.Y.B.A. University and College Examinations.
14. The Sr. Winifred Ward Birth Centenary Cash Prize for a T.Y.B.Sc. student who obtains the highest marks in the total marks acquired in the T.Y.B.Sc. University and College Examinations and has a consistently good academic record — i.e. not less than an average of 50 percent in any year, and no absence from any examination, except for some genuine reason — together with some participation in extra/co-curricular activities.
15. The N.S.S. Silver Jubilee Scholarship, 1996-97 for the best N.S.S. student.
16. The Dr. Supriya Sengupta Scholarship for a T.Y.B.A. (English Single Major) student who secures the highest marks in the T.Y.B.A University Examination.
17. The Dr. Zaibun Y. Jasdanwalla Scholarship for a T.Y.B.A. (Economics Single Major) student who secures the highest marks at the T.Y.B.A. University Examination.
18. The Mrs. Shashikala C. Patel Scholarships for the students who secure the highest marks at the T.Y.B.A. University Examination in: i) Psychology; ii) Sociology; iii) the Double Major groups; and iv) The T.Y.B.Sc. Life Science University Examination.
19. The Dr. (Sr.) Livi Rodrigues Scholarship for the T.Y.B.A. student who secures the highest marks in the Terminal, Preliminary and University Examinations.
20. The Dr. (Sr.) Livi Rodrigues Scholarship for the T.Y.B.Sc. student who secures the highest marks in the Terminal, Preliminary and University Examinations.
21. The Ms. Anupama Byravan Scholarship to a T.Y.B.A. (Psychology single major) student who secures the highest marks at the T.Y.B.A. College examinations.
22. The Y.A. Jasdanwalla Scholarship to be awarded to a student of the F.Y.B.A. who is the daughter of an ex-student of Sophia College and who has secured at least 55% marks at the College end-of-year examination.
23. The Y. A. Jasdanwalla Scholarship to be awarded to a student of the F.Y.B.A./S.Y.B.A./T.Y.B.A. class who has shown a sustained and sincere interest in social work and who has secured at least 55% marks at the F.Y.B.A. / S.Y.B.A / T.Y.B.A examination.
24. The Dr. Jeanette Pinto Prize for two students who reach out and facilitate the growth of those in need.
25. The Dinesh Bahl Memorial Prize for "Quality Assurance in the 'Foods' Industry " (Q.A.F.I.) student who has had consistently good academic grades throughout the four semesters and the highest overall grade in the Post-graduate Diploma Course in "Quality Assurance in the 'Foods' Industry".
26. The Sophia College prize for steady and significant academic progress and all-round development during the academic year. (Q.A.F.I.)
27. The Amar Raicar Prize to the student who secures the highest marks in Biochemistry at the M.Sc. Part I and II University examination.
28. The Sr. L. Penne Prize for the T.Y. Double Major Sociology student who has performed consistently well and participated with a sense of commitment, in class and department activities during her Third Year B.A.
29. The Ms Shobha Theckedath Prize for the student who gains the highest score in Sociology during her F.Y.J.C.
30. The Dr. Kate E. Marre Prize for an outstanding M.Sc. student who has maintained a consistently good academic record and who has participated with a sense of commitment in class and departmental activities.
31. The Dr.(Sr.) Daphne Furtado Prize to a ‘Quality Assurance in the Foods/Pharmaceuticals Industry' outstanding student who has displayed special qualities of academic excellence, leadership and commitment.
32. The Dr. Clarissa Rodrigues Prize for a Second Year B.A. Indian Philosophy student who has shown a sense of commitment to the subject and classroom/departmental activities, as well as gained at least 60 percent (First Class) in the subject of Indian Philosophy during her Second Year B.A.
33. The Ms Nayana Sanzgiri Prize for a student of the French language in the Junior College, who has shown a commitment to learning the language, and sensitivity to others.