The Baha Social Science Research Fund has been established with Rs. 150,000 contribution from the Baha members. The Bihari Krishna Ethnographic Research Fund forms an integral part of the Baha Social Science Research Fund. The Baha makes efforts to increase the Fund through other contributions besides Rs 10,000 contribution made from the Baha every month towards the Fund, and a sum of Rs. 252,500 has been collected until the end fiscal year 2010/11 (July 16).
Under the Baha Social Science Research Fund, Pramila Bisunke, a student of Graduate Diploma programme at the Nepā School of Social Sciences and Humanities, has been provided with the Social Science Baha Scholarship for 2012. She will receive a monthly stipend of Rs. 8,500 and Rs. 7,500 for each of the two semesters to partially cover her living expenses and necessary fees. The Nepa School has waived off her entire tuition fees.
In 2011, Arjun Bahadur BK, a student of Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences programme at the Nepā School of Social Sciences and Humanities, was provided with the Social Science Baha Scholarship amounting to Rs. 92,500, which covered his tuition fees and reading material costs and partially his living expenses.