kS{kf.kd fodkl

 

 

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


SCHEMES FOR THE EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

(i) GOVT. OF INDIA POST MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR SCHEDULED CASTES STUDENTS

 

I. OBJECTIVE

This is a scheme of Government of India.

The objective of the scheme is to provided Financial Assistance to the scheduled Caste students studying at post matriculation or post-secondary stage to enable them to complete their education.

II. SCOPE

These scholarships are available for studies in India only and are awarded by the government of the State/Union Territory to which the applicant actually belongs i.e. permanently settled.

 

III. CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY

i) The scholarships are open to nationals of India.

ii) These scholarships will be given for the study of recognized post- matriculation for post-secondary courses pursued in recognized institution with the following exception:

 

Scholarships are not awarded for training courses like aircraft Maintenance Engineers Courses and Private Pilot licence Courses. Courses at Training-Ship Dufferin (Now Rajendera) courses of training at the Military Collage, Dehradun, courses at Pre-examination Training Centres of all India and State levels.

iii)                                      Only those candidates who belong to Scheduled Caste so specified in relation to the State/Union Territory to which the applicant actually belongs i.e. permanently settled and who have passed the matriculation or Higher Secondary Education, will be eligible.

 

iv)                                        Candidates who after passing one stage of education are studying in the same stage of education in different subject eg l. Sc after l A or B.Com after B.A. or M.A. in other subject will not be eligible.

v)                                          Students who after having completed their educational career in one professional line. e.g. LLB after B.T./B.Ed. will not be eligible. From the academic year 1980-81, studies in two professional courses are allowed.

vi)                                        Students studying in Class X1 of the Higher Secondary School courses of the X11 Class of the Multipurpose high School will not be eligible for it being a continuous school course. However, in cases where tenth class examination of such courses is treated as equivalent to Matriculation and students who after passing tenth class join other courses, such students will be treated as post-martic students and will be eligible for the award of scholarships.

vii)                                     Students pursuing Post graduate courses in medicine will be eligible if they are not allowed to practice during the period of their course.

viii)                                   Students who after failing or passing the under graduate/ Post-graduate examinations in Arts/ Science/Commerce join any recognized professional or Technical certificate/ diploma/degree courses will be awarded scholarships if otherwise eligible. No subsequent failure will be condoned except courses in Group I.

ix)                                       Students who pursue their studies through correspondence courses are also eligible. The term correspondence includes distant and continuing education.

x)                                         Employed students whose income combined with the income of their parents/guardians does not exceed the maximum prescribed income ceiling are made eligible to post-martic scholarships to the extent of reimbursement of all compulsorily payable non-refundable fees.

xi)                                       All children of the same parents/guardians will be entitled to receive benefits of the scheme.

xii)                                    A scholarship holder under this scheme will not hold any other scholarship/stipend. If awarded any other schelorship/stipend, the student can exercise his/her and should inform the awarding authority through the Head of the Institution about the option made. No scholarship/stipend whichever is more beneficial to him/her and should inform the awarding authority through the Head of the Institution about the option made. No scholarship will be paid to the students under this scheme from the dates he/she accepts another schelopship/stipend. The students can however, accept free lodging or a grant or adhoc monetary help from the State Government or any other source for the purchase of books, equipment or for meeting the expenses on board and lodging in addition to the scholarship amount paid under this scheme.

xiii)                                  Scholarship holders who are receiving coaching in any of the pre-examination training centres with financial assistance from the Central Government/ State Government will not be eligible for stipend under the coaching schemes for the duration of the coaching programme.

Note 1: It is mentioned under the item III (condition of eligibility) of these regulations that the scholarship will be given for the study of all recognised post-matriculation or post-secondary courses pursued in recognised institutions, the list of courses grouped (I to IV) is only illustrative and not exhaustive. The State Governments/Union Territory Administrations are, thus, themselves competent to decide the appropriate grouping of courses at their level as advised vide this Ministrys letter No. 11017/13/88 Sch Cell, dated 3-8-1989.

IV. MEANS TEST

Scholarships will be paid to the students whose parents/ guardians income from all sources does not exceed Rs. 1,00,000/- per annum.

Note 1: So long as either of the parents (or husband in the case of married unemployed girl student) is alive, only income of the parents/husband, as the case may be, from all sources has to be taken into account and of no other member even though they may be earning. In the form of income declaration, income is to be declared on this basis. Only in the case where both the parents (or husband in the case of married but unemployed girl student) have deid, the income of the guardian who is supporting the student in his/her studies has to be taken. Such students whose parents income is affected due to unfortunate death of one of earning parents and resultantly comes within the income ceiling prescribed under the scheme, shall become eligible for scholarship, subject to their fulfilling other conditions of eligibility, from the month in which such sad incident takes place. Applications for scholarships from such students can be considered even after lapse of last date of receipt of applications, on compassionate grounds.

Note No. 2: House rent allowance received by the parents of a student shall be exempted from the computation of income if the same has been permitted to be exempted for purpose of income tax.

Note No. 3: Income certificate is required to be taken once only i.e. at the time of admission to courses which are continuing for more than one year.

Note No. 4: The revised income ceilings account for Consumer Price Index for Industrial workers upto October 2002. Income Ceiling would be revised once in every two years linking it with Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers for the month of October of the year, preceding the year of revision and will be made effective from April.

V. VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP

The value of scholarhip includes maintenance allowance, additional allowance for students with disabilities, reimbursement of compulsory non-refundable fees, study tour charges, thesis typing/printing charges, book allowance for students pursuing correspondence courses and book bank facility for specified courses, for complete duration of the course.

The details are as follows :

(i) MAINTENANCE ALLOWANCE :

 

Groups

Rate of Maintenance Allowance (In Rupees per month)

 

Hostellers

Day Scholars

Group I

Group Degree and Post Graduate level courses (including M. Phil, Ph.D and Post Doctoral Research) in Medicines (Allopathic, Indian and other recognised systems of medicines), Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Veterinary and Allied Sciences, Management, Business Finance, Business Administration and Computer Applications/ Science Commercial Pilot License (including helicopter pilot and Multi Engine rating) course.

 

740

 

330

Group II

Other professional and technical graduate and post Graduate (including M.Phil, Ph.D and Post Doctoral research) level courses not covered in Group I. C.A./ICWA/CS/ etc. courses. All Post Graduate, Graduate level diploma courses, all certificate level courses.

 

510

 

330

Group III

All other courses leading to a graduate or above degree (Not covered in Group I & II)

 

355

 

185

Group IV

All post matriculation level courses before taking up graduation like classes XI and xii in 10+2 system and intermediate examination etc. not covered in Group II or III courses, other vocational courses (if minimum required qualification to pursue the course is at least matriculation).

235

140

 

Note 1: Commercial Pilot License Course (CPL)

CPL course would include Commercial Helicopter License (CHPL) and multi engine rating training A-320 and similar aircrafts even after the candidate has got scholarship for multi-engine rating training with the CLP course CPL course is covered under Group I The number of awards for CPL will be 20 per annum. Consequent upto receiving applications from concerned students, concerned State Government/UT Admns should serutinise them for determining their eligibility under the scheme and thereafter recommend the number of eligible applicants for CPL training (with their names) each financial year to Ministry of Social justice & Empowerment (their applications need not be sent to the Minsitry). Upon receipt of such information, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment will give clearance to the concerned State/UTs on the first-come-first-served basis upto 20 awards for the country as a whole. Selected candidates are provided a maintenance allowance (as given in given I) in addition all compulsory fees, including flight charges are to be provided as fee.

Note 2. M.Phil and Ph.D courses are post-graduation courses Scholarship to such students may be paid at the rate of maintenance allowance for Group I or II depending on the course under these groups.

Note 3. Normally the term Hostel is applicable to a common residential building and a common mess for the students run under the supervision of the educational institution authorities. In case the college authorities are unable to provide accommodation in the college hostel , an approved place of residence can also be treated as Hostel for the purpose of this scheme. The place will be approved by the Head of the Institution after due inspection and keeping in view the rules and regulations laid down by the University, if any. In such case, a certificate to the effect that the student is residing in an approved place of residence, as he is unable to get accommodation in the college hostel should be furnished by the Head of Institution.

It is further clarified that such deemed hostels should consist of such accommodation as is hired at least by a group of 5 (five) students living together, usually with common mess arrangements.

Note 4. Scholars who are entitled to free board and/or lodging will be paid maintenance charge at 1/3rd at Hostellers rate.

 

ii) ADDITIONAL ALLOWANCES FOR SC STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

 

(A) Reader Allowance for blind Scholars

Level of course Reader of Allowance (Rs. Per Month)

Group I, II 150

Group III 125

Group IV 100

(B)             Provision of transport allowance upto Rs. 100 per month for disabled students such students do not reside in the Hostel, which is within the premises of educational institution. The disability as per the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 is defined as blindless, low-vision, leprosy-cured, hearing impairment, locomotor disability, mental retardation and mental illness.

(C)             Escort Allowance of Rs. 100/- per month for severally handicapped day scholar students with low extremity disability.

(D)             Special pay of Rs. 100/- per month is admissible to any employee of the hostel willing to extend help to a severely orthopaedically handicapped student residing in hostel of an educational institution, who may need the assistance of a helper.

(E)              Allowance of Rs. 150/- per month towards extra coaching to mentally retarded and mentally ill students.

The provisions in (B) to (D) will also apply to such, leprosy-cured students.

Note :- 1 The disabled students belonging to Scheduled Castes covered under the scheme can also get such additional benefits from other Schemes, which are not covered under the scheme.

Note No.2 : The disability as defined under the said Act has to be certified by competent medical authority of the State Govt./UT Administration.

 

(iii) FEES

Scholars will be paid enrolment/registration, tuition, games, Union, Library, Magazine, Medical Examination and such other fees compulsorily payable by the scholar to the institution or University/ board. Refundable deposit like caution money, security deposit will, however, be excluded.

Note : Compulsory non-refundable fee charged by recognised institutions against free and paid seats of recognised courses can be fully reimbursed as per the fee structure approved by the competent State/Central Government authority. However, while sanctioning scholarship against paid seats, State Government should make the income verification compulsory.

iv) STUDY TOURS

Study tour charges upto a maximum of Rs. 1000 per annum, limited to the actual expenditure incurred by the student on transportation charges etc. will be paid to the scholars studying professional and technical courses, provided that the head of the institution certifies that the study tour is essential for the state for completion of his/her course of study.

v) THESIS TYPING/PRINTING CHARGES

Thesis typing/printing charges upto a maximum of Rs. 1000 will be paid to research scholars on the recommendation of the Head of the Institution.

vi) CORRESPONDENCE COURSES INCLUDING DISTANCE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION

The students pursuing such courses are also eligible for an annual allowance of Rs.750/- for essential/prescribed books besides reimbursement of course fees.

VII) BOOK BANKS

1. Book banks are to be set up in all the Medical, Engineering, Agriculture, Law and Veterinary Degree Colleges and Institutes imparting Chartered Accountancy, MBA and alike Management courses and Polytechnics where Scheduled Caste Students are in receipt of Post Matric Scholarship. The set of text books will be purchased for 2 such SC students at various stages except in respect of Post-Graduate courses and Chartered Accountancy where it will be one set for each student. However, the ratio of sets and students will have to be adjusted to the total number of sets that could be procured within the total resources allocated to the State concerned.


 

2.                 The detail of courses covered for setting up of Book Banks, ceiling of admissible expenditure per set of books and sharing criteria are given below:-

Sr. No.

Courses

Sharing Criteria

Ceiling per set (or actual cost whichever is less) (In rupees)

1

Degree Courses in Medical/ Engineering

1set for 2 students

7500

2.

Degree courses in veterinary

-Do-

5000

3.

Degree courses in Agriculture

-Do-

4500

4.

Polytechnics

-Do-

2400

5

A. Post graduate courses in Medical, Engineering, Agriculture and veterinary courses and such other technical/alike courses as are approved by the University/ institutes of higher learning.

B. Law courses LLB (3) years and (5 years) LLM (2 years)

C. Chartered Accountancy (Inter-mediate and final)

D. MBA (2 years) and similar courses

E. Bio-Sciences

1 set per student

5000

 

For storage of books and contingencies etc. the cost of steel almirah for stocking books of each book bank including contingencies like transportation etc. the following expenses are admissible.

(i)                 Rs. 2000 or actual cost whichever is less.

(ii)              5% of the grant may be earmarked for expenses on binding, stitching etc.

Note : The said sets of books also include Braille books, Talking Books, Cassettes for the visually Handicapped students.

3. The Book Banks are to be set up in all the recognised college/ institutions where these courses are being offered as recognised courses.

4. Purchase of books for these Book Banks will be restricted to the prescribed text books for the entire courses.

5. The State Governments may constitute Expert Groups consisting of members from selected colleges/educational institutions of different regions to decide the adequate number of text books in a set (Not reference books) required for each course.

6. The life period of one set of books has been fixed at 3 years. Thereafter the books may be disposed of by the institutions in the same manner as the books in the library subject to the guidelines, if any, of the State Government/UT Administration in this regard.

7. These books are to be supplied to SC students in installments, depending on the course, semester structure etc.

8. The following rules shall govern the distribution of books to the students:-

(i)                 Each SC student will be provided with an identity card for this purpose.

(ii)              Each SC student will be required to submit requisition for borrowing books from the Book Bank in a form to be provided for this purpose.

(iii)            The books would be returned to the Book Bank at the end of each term. The Principal of the College/Institution will make every effort to ensure that those students who complete their course or those who drop out in the middle, return the books belonging to the Book Bank.

(iv)             It is the responsibility of the student concern to maintain the books supplied to them from the Book Bank, in good condition.

(v)                Any case of loss of damage to the books would attract penalty. In case of serious damage or loss of books, the student will have to bear the cost of the book.

VI) SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

All the eligible Scheduled Caste candidates will be given scholarships subject to the application of Means Test prescribed in these Regulations.

Candidates belonging to one State but studying in other state will be awarded scholarships by the State to which they belong and will submit their applications to the competent authorities in that State. In the matter of exemption from fees of other concessions also they will be treated as if they were studying in their own State.

VII) DURATION AND RENEWAL OF AWARDS

i) The award once made will be tenable from the stage at which it is given to the completion of course subject to good conduct and regularly in attendance. It will be renewed from year to year provided that within a course which is continuous for a number of years, the scholar secures promotion to the next higher class irrespective of the fact whether such examinations are conducted by a University or the Institution.

ii) If a Scheduled Caste scholar pursuing Group 1 course fails in the examination for the first time, the award may be renewed. For second and subsequent failure in any class, the student shall bear his/her own expenses until he/she secures promotion to the next higher class.

iii) If a scholar in unable to appear in the annual examination owing to illness and of on account of any other unforeseeable event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate and/or other required sufficient proof to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution and his/her certifying that the scholar would have passed had he appeared in the examination.

iv) If according to the Regulations of a University/Institution, a student is promoted to the next higher class even though he/she may not have actually passed in lower class and is required to take examination of the junior class again after sometime, he/she will be entitled to scholarship for the class to which he/she is promoted if the student is otherwise eligible for scholarship.

VIII) PAYMENT

i) Maintance allowance available from 1st April or from the month of admission whichever is later, to in which the examinations are completed, at the end of the academic year (including maintenance allowance during holidays), provided that if from the month following the month of admission.

ii) In case of renewal of scholarships awarded in the previous years, maintenance allowance will be paid from the month following the month upto which scholarship was paid in the previous year, if the course of study is continuous

iii) The Government of the State/Union Territory Administration, to which they belong, in accordance with the procedure laid down by them in this regard, will pay the scholarship money to the selected students

iv) Scholarship will not be paid for the period of internship/ housemanship in the M.B.B.S. course or for a practical training in other course if the student is in receipt of some remuneration during the internship period or some allowance/stipend during the practical training in other course

IX) OTHER CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD

i)                   The scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholar. If it is reported by the Head of the Institution at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act of default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned etc, the authority sanctioning the scholarship may either cancel the scholarships or stop or withhold further payment for such period as it may think fit.

ii)                 If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statements, his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid will be recovered, at the discretion of the concerned State Government. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for scholarship in any scheme forever.

iii)              A scholarship awarded may be cancelled if the scholar changes the subject of the course of study for which the scholarship was originally awarded of changes to Institution of study, without prior approval of the State Government. The Head of Institution shall report such cases to them and stop payment of the scholarship money. The amount already paid may also be recovered at the discretion of the State Government.

iv)                A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the discretion of the State Government, if during the course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.

v)                  The regulations can be changed at anytime at the discretion of the Government of India.

X. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SCHEME

All the State Governments will announce in May-June, the details of the scheme and invite applications by issuing an advertisement in the leading newspapers of the State and through other media outlets. All requests for application forms and other particulars should be addressed to the government of State/Union Territory Administration to which the scholars actually belong. The applicant should submit the completed application to the prescribed authority before the last date prescribed for receipt of applications.

X1. PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING

i) An application for scholarship should comprise:

a)                 One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form (separate application forms as have been prescribed for fresh and renewal scholarship by concerned States/UTs)

b)                 One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the student thereon (for fresh scholarship)

c)                  One attested copy of certificates, diploma, degree etc in respect of all examinations passed.

d)                 A certificate (in original) of caste duty signed by an authorized Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.

e)                 An income declaration by the self-employed parents/ guardians, stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to obtain income certificate from their employer and for any additional income from other sources. They would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper.

f)                   A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in previous year on the form attached to the application only duly counter-signed by the Head of the Institution concerned, it the application was in receipt of a scholarship under this scheme in the preceding year

ii) Application complete in all respects shall be submitted to the Head of the Institution, being attended or last attended or last attended by the candidates and shall be addressed to an officer specified for this purpose to the Government of State/union territory to which the student belongs, in accordance with the instructions issued by them from time to time.

XII. FUNDING PATTERN OF THE SCHEME

The scheme is implemented by the State Governments and Union Territory Administrations, which receive 100% central assistance from Government of India for the total expenditure under the scheme, over and above their respective Committed Liability. The level of Committed Liability of respective State Government/Union territory Administrations for a year is equivalent to the level of actual expenditure incurred by them under the Scheme during the terminal year of the last Five Year Plan Period and is required to be borne by them for which they are required to be borne by them for which they are required to make required provision in their own budgetary provisions towards Committee liability from Ninth Plan Period (1997-2002) onwards and the entire expenditure under the Scheme in respect of them will be borne by Government of India.

All the State Governments and Union Territory Administrations implementing the scheme will furnish data of beneficiaries and expenditure under the scheme, to Government of India, as and when required Financial assistance then under the scheme shall to be utilized for any other purpose

REFERENCES:

REFERENCE PARA OF REGULATIONS

LETTER REFERENCE NO.

1. III(v)

F.No. 11917/37/79/SC&BCD 111 dated 20.6.80

2. III(x)

F.No. 11917/23/so SCBCD 111 dated 21.6.1980

3. III(xi), III(vii)

F.No 1017/4/97 SCD V dated 14.10.2003

4. III (xiii)

F.No. 11017/ 2001 SCD V dated 14.10.2003

5. IV Note 1

F.No. 11017/2.94 Sch Cell dated 29.12.95

6. IV Note 2

F.No. 11017/1/92 Sch Cell dated 14.2.96

7. IV note 3

F.No. 11017/10/94 Sch.Cell dated 22.7.94

8. IV note 4

F.No. 11017/8/97 Sch.Cell dated 3.4.98

9. V Group A (1)

F.No. 11017/1/93 Sch. Cell dated 7.4.95

10.V (1) note 1

F.No. 11017/7/91 Sch.Cell dated 24.7.92&

 

F.No. 11017/9/91 Sch.Cell dated !.2.94

F.No. 11017/3/2202 SCD V dated 19.3.02

F.No. 11017/3/2000 SCD V dated 27.4.01. 19.5.03 & 16.06.03

10. V (1) note 2

F.No. 11017/2/92-Sch Cell dated 8.4.94

11. V (1) note 3

F.No. 11017/11/93-Sch Cell dated 31.3.95

12. XI

F.No. 11017/4/97-SCD-V dated10.7.98

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 18]000 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 8-5 djksM+ #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki /kkukpk;Z egkfo|ky;@fo'ofo|ky; ds lEcfU/kr foHkkx ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


 

 

(ii) CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEME OF UPGRADATION OF MERIT OF SC/ST STUDENTS

 

This is a scheme of Government of India.

1.                 Scope

The SC/ST stuents, because of their educational deficiencies,are unable to take advantage of the various avenurs which have become available through reservation of seats. Consequently, the quota reservation of seats. Consequently, the qpta reserved for them in technical and professional courses likeengineering and Medical, remain under utilized. Some students whom are able to get admission in these courses with relaxed eligibility conditions, othen find it difficult to either Complete the course or take more tham the specified time for completion of the instructional, programme. Their inadequate educational preparation also prevents their employment in occupations where entry is on the balis of competitive examinations.

 

II. Description of the Scheme and its objectives

The Scheme of Upgradation of Merit of SC/ST students provides for 100% Central Assistance to States/Urs fpr arranging remedial and special coaching for Scheduled castes and Schedulded tribes students studying in class IX to XII. While remedial coaching aims at removing deficiencies in school subjects. Special coaching in provided with a view to prepare students for comotitive exzminations for entry into professiona courses like Engineering and Medical. The main objective of the scheme is to upgrade the merit of scheduled caste/Scheduled medical. The main objective of the scheme is to upgrade the merit of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe students by providing them with facilities for all round development through educaion in residential schools. This is proposed to be done by:

Removing their educational deficiencies,

 

 

 

Facilitating their entry into professional, courses be upgrading their merit so that they can compete with other students for admission to higher education courses and for senior administrative and technical occupations generating self-confidence and self reliance in them.

III. Selection of schools

Each State may use their own discretion in deciding numbers and location of schools in different districts/towns on the basis of their illiterate population of SCs/STs. The schools selected under the scheme should have the facilities necessary for all round development of the child, enough hostel facilities and should have shown good academic results in the past few years years consistently. Good schools particularly in rural arras may be chosen. Kendriya vidyalayas which have hostel facilities may also be chosen for placement of SC/ST students. Only those schools should be selected by the State Government where students belonging to SC/ST communities will fee at home. The selected schools should also be those that are interested and feel involvex in improving the capabilities of the students belonging to SCs/DTs to enable them to compete more effectively for admission to professional colleges/institutions or to overcome educational deficiencies. While the State Governments are free to choose any number of schools for implementation of the schemes, the total hombre of awards allotted to each State per annum should not be exceeded. The schools selected will be intimated to this Ministry by the state Governments.

IV.              Coverage

To begin with 1045 students will be covered under the scheme. The coaching should start at class IX level and continue till student has completed class XII. This is proposed with a view to making sufficient time till able for coaching as well as meaningful interaction between these children and others. Thus a period of four years would be available for intensive training and coaching to a student to make up for his/her educational efficiencies and to enable him/her to compete for entry into collegiate level courses, particularly. In professional disciplines and ultimately for senior and remunerative politicians on their own merit. Although entry point under the Scheme would be class IX, a student may be enrolled in class X/XI if he/she has shown excellent performance in the precious examination and if he/she had missed entry at class IX level for any reason.

Thus each State Government will have number of awards fixed as given in Annexure. While one batch of student enter class IX, the earlier batch in class XII will be going out, thus keeping the total awards at the same level. For example. If a State has 5 awards, it will work out as under :

Class IX - 5

Class X - 5

Class XI - 5

Class XII - 5

Total -20

The State Government may use their discretion to decide the allotments of seats among Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes on the basis of illiterate population of the SC/ST communities and keeping in view the overall parameters of the scheme. While the revised scheme takes effect from 1998 99 the State Governments should ensure that student already getting coaching under the scheme are not disturbed and continue to get their coaching.

V.                Nature of Coaching

Coaching will be both remedial, with a view to removing deficiencies in school subjects and special for preparing student for competitive examinations required for entry into professional courses like Engineering and Medicine. The emphasis of remedial coaching would be to remove educational deficiencies from which these students suller and to promote study habits. It is found that educational deficiencies generally result form inadequate linguistic skills and lack of under standing of basic concepts in Mathematics and science. It is therefore, proposed to provide coaching in linguistic skills, science and mathematics, coaching for competitive examinations i.e. special coaching will be more specific and organized in relation to the competencies required by professional institutions for passing their entry examination. Syllabi for special coaching will need to be prepared with the help of Experts. While remedial coaching will continue throughout the stay of students in the selected schools (Class IX-XII). Intensive coaching for competitive examinations will be provided to them on Sundays, holidays and during summer/winter vacation. Special coaching should be arranged at some centrally placed schools where students of class XI and XII of the nearby schools participating in the programme can gather on specified days.

Coaching will be done after schools hours. Teacher providing coaching to students will be paid remuneration. The principals of the schools would also need to be involved in the programme and take responsibility for ensuring satisfactory implementation. Some honorarium will be provided to them. The State Governments/UTs should furnish a report on the performance of these students while seeking fresh grants.

VI.              Selection of Teachers

For remedial coaching, faculty of the schools selected under the scheme would be given preference. Where it is not possible to find suitable teachers for a specific course of study, service of teachers form neighboring schools will be requisitioned. It should be ensured that not less than 10-12 hours a week are devoted by a teacher to the coaching of the students.

For special coaching, a part form school teachers wherever possible and available faculty of professional institutions would be invited. For this purpose professional institutions which may be located near the school where coach is provided will be preferred, so as to economics on expenditure on traveling.

VIII. Preference to Girls students and Handicapped students.

While selecting the students, the State Government/UTs should have a target to include at least 30% firl SC/ST students, wherever possible. Target should also be fixed to include at least 3% disabled SC/ST students wherever possible. Besides the amount of scholarship, students with disabilities would also be eligible for the following assistance:

(a) Reader allowances of Rs. 100 per month for blind students in classes IX to XIJ.

(b)              Transport allowances of Rs. 50/- per month for the disabled student if such a student does not reside in the hostel, which is within the premises of educational institution. The disability as per the said Act is delined as blindness, low-vision, leprosy-cured, bearing impairment, locomoter disability, mental retardatuib and mental illness.

(c)               Special pay of Rs. 100 per month be admissible to any employee of the hostel willing to extend help to a severely or thopadieally handicapped student residing in a hostel managed by the educational or by the State Government/ Union Territory Admn. who may beed the assistance of a helper.

(d)              Escort alloance of Rs. 50 per month for severely handicapped day scholar students with lower extremity disability.

(e)               Allowance of Rs. 100 per month towards extra coaching to a mentally retarded and mentally ill students in classes IX to XII.

The provision proposed in (a) to (e) above, also apply to such leprosy cured students.

VIII Financial Implications

The scheme provides for 100% central assistance to the States and Union Territories for implementation of the scheme.

A Package grant of Rs. 15,000 per student per year will be given with the following break-up:

(i)                 Rs. 8000/- per student per year as under;

Boarding & lodging charges 5,000

@rs. 500 per month for 10 months.

Pocket Monay @ Rs. 100 for 10 months 1,000

Books and stationery 2,000

(ii)              Rs. 7,000 per year per student for honorarium to Principal, experts and other incidental charges.

 

Besides the above, students with disabilities will be eligible for additional grants as provided for in the scheme.

In case a State does not send any proposal, funds earmarked for that State are likely to be lapsed. In order to obviate this, the Ministry of Welfare will have discretion to use a cushion of at least 10% of budget allocation for diverting the funds from one state to another to meet the unforeseen increased demand, out of internal resources of the Ministry of welfare by way of re-appropriation within the Ministry of Welfare.

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 64 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 9-60 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki /kkukpk;Z egkfo|ky;@ fo'ofo|ky; ds lEcfU/kr foHkkx ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

 


 

(iii) CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF PRE-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE CHILDREN OF THOSE ENGAGED IN UNCLEAN OCCUPATIONS I.E. SCAVENGING TANNING AND FLAYING APPLICABLE WITH EFFECT FROM 1-4-2003.

 

1.                 OBJECTIVE:

This is a scheme of Government of India.

The object of the scheme is to provided Financial assistance to enable the children of scavengers of dry latrines. Tanners, flayers and sweepers, who have traditional link with scavenging to pursue pre-matric education.

2. CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:

i)                   Scholarship will be admissible to the children of Indian Nationals who irrespective of their religion, are actively engaged in scavenging of dry latrines, and other unclean occupations i.e. tanning and flying only, which are traditionally considered `unclean.

ii)                 It is not possible to draw a line of demarcation between sweepers and scavengers since most of the sweepers are doing the job of scavenging. Hence, the benefit of this scheme will be available to the children of those sweepers only who have traditional links with scavenging.

iii)              In rural area, children of all those who are actually engaged in scavenging of dry latrines, tanning and flaying will be covered.

iv)                Children who born to parents who are not engaged in such occupations, but have been adopted by such person will be eligible for scholarship only after a lapse of three years from the date of such adoption provided that they have been living with the adopted parents since the date of such adoption. Such children will be eligible only if their parents furnish such certificates (such as of proof of their occupation, date of adoption etc.) as may be required by the concerned State Government/Union Territory administration.

v)                  A Certificate should be obtained from the candidates each year to the effect that at least one parents is still engaged in and unclean occupation as defined in the object of the scheme and para 2(i) to (iv) above.

vi)                There is no restriction as to the number of children of the same parents who would be eligible for award of scholarship upto class VIII subject to the conditions that if a third of subsequent child is born after 1-4-1993, a total of only two children in family would be eligible for award of the scholarship.

vii)             In respect of Classes IX & X, only two children of the same parent would be eligible for award of the scholarship.

viii)           No income ceiling has been prescribed for award of scholarships under the scheme.

3. DURATION AND COURSE OF STUDIES:

The scholarships may be given to students enrolled in class Ist or any subsequent class upto matric stage in the case of day scholars, and class III or any subsequent class of pre-matric stage in case of hostellers. The scholarships will terminate at the end of class 10th. The duration of scholarship in an academic year is ten months.

 

4. INSTITUTION OF STUDY:

The scholarship will be tenable only in such institutions and for such course upto matriculation stage, which have been duly recognized by the concerned State Government and Union Territory Administrations.

5. DEFINITION OF HOSTEL:

Normally, the term `Hostel means a common residential building having a common mess for students. However, a residence run by RK Mission or/and such other reputable, organistion approved by the Government of India/State Govt. may also be deemed as a hostel.

 

 

6. COVERAGE, VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP AND AD-HOC GRANT:

I HOSTELLERS:

The students as hostellers will be covered from class III to X. The rates of scholarships are as under:-

Class III to VIII Rs. 300/- per month for 10 months

Class IX to X Rs. 375/- per month for 10 months

II DAY SCHOLARS:

The students as day scholars will be covered from Class I to Class X. The rates of scholarships are as under:-

Class I to V Rs. 40/- per month for 10 months

Class VI to VIII Rs. 60/- per month for 10 months

Class IX to X Rs. 75/- per month for 10 months

7. SELECTION:

The concerned State Government and Union Territory Administration will lay down the detailed procedure for selection of students.

8. AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION:

The concerned State Government and Union Territory Administration will be responsible to provide hostel accommodation to the hostellers. The scheme covers provision for renting of building for such hostellers near the school if hostel facilities are not available in the school itself rent reasonability to be certified by competent authority of the State Government. Provisions is also there for appointment of full time paid hostel warden where the number of students are large, otherwise one of school teachers is to be appointed as hostel warden on an honorarium as extra remuneration for performing the work of the hostel warden.

9. OTHER CONDITIONS FOR AWARD:

i)                   The students may not be allowed to take up employment of render help to parents in their work during the course of studies.

ii)                 The award will be discontinued if a student fails to secure annual promotion except in case of unavoidable reasons to be certified by the competent authority of the scheme.

iii)              Coaching facilities, especially to weak students may be provided.

iv)                If a student violates school discipline of any other term and condition of the scholarship, scholarship may be suspended or even cancelled, subject to the satisfaction of the competent school authority. The State Government/Union Territory Administration can also directly cancel the award if duly satisfied of the reasons of violation of these regulations governing the Scheme.

v)                  Migration of students form one institution to another would not normally be allowed during the course of the academic year except under exceptional circumstances and in the interest of students academic career.

vi)                The scholar obtaining benefits under this scheme is not allowed to avail of the benefits under any other re-matric scholarship scheme.

vii)             The students should be regular in attendance for which the yardstick is to be decided by the competent authority of the school.

10. AD-HOC GRANT:

The day scholars and hostellers are eligible for and adhoc grant of Rs. 550 and Rs. 600/- per student per annum respectively.

11. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR STUDENTS AMONGST TARGET GROUPS WITH DISABILITIES.

a)                 Reader Allowance of Rs. 100 per month for blind students in class IX and X.

b)                 Transport allowance of Rs. 50 per month for the disabled students not residing in the hostel located within the premises of educational institution.

c)                  Special pay of Rs. 100 per month to any employee of the hostel willing to extend help to a severely orthopaedically handicapped student residing in a hostel managed by the education institution or by the State Government/Union Territory Administration who may need the assistance of a helper.

d)                 Escort allowance of Rs. 50 per month for severely handicapped day scholars students with lower extremity disability.

e)                 Allowance of Rs. 100 per month towards extra coaching to mentally retarded and mentally till students in class IX and X.

The provisions at (b) to (d) above also apply to leprosy cured students.

Note 1: The students amongst target groups with disabilities covered under this scheme can also get such additional benefits from other schemes, which are not covered in the above provision.

Note 2: The disability as per the Persona with the Disabilities (Equal Opportunities), Production of Rights and Full Participation Act, 1995 is defined as blindness, low-vision, leprosy-cured, hearing impairment, locomotor disability, mental retardation and mental illness which has to be certified by competent medical authority of the State Government/ Union Territory Administration.

V. The scholarship amount will be payable from the date of joining to the date of leaving the school, excluding the period of vacation, which will be about 10 months in a year except in the cases where the students enters or leaves early in the midst of academic year.

 

12. ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY:

The scheme will be implemented and administered by the concerned State Government/Union Territory Administrations in accordance with its regulations in force.

13. RENEWAL OF SCHOLARSHIP:

The scholarship, once awarded, may be renewed during next academic year by the concerned State Government/Union Territory Administration unless the competent authority of school recomma* to the State Government/Union Territory Administration to discontinue, the * with to relevant clause of these regulations governing the scheme.

14. ANNOUNCEMENT OF SCHEME:

The Scheme will be announced by the concerned State Government Union Territory Administration well in time by giving advertisement in the leading language newspapers local dailies and by using other suitable publicity media.

15. MODE OF APPLYING:

The concerned Department of the State Government/Union Territory Administration will supply the application forms, which should be received back by that Department along with prescribed certificate by the last date.

16. PATTERN OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:

The scheme will be funded on co-sharing basis i.e. 50% of the total expenditure will be borne by the Government of India as Central Assistance (over and above the committed liability) and 50% by the concerned State Government. The Union Territories will however, by provided 100% Central Assistance (over and above the committed liability).

17. CHANGES IN THE SCHEME:

These regulations governing the scheme may be changed by the Government of India at any time as and when considered necessary.

 

From

The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes

Department, Chandigarh.

To

The Director,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes &

Backward Classes Department,

Haryana, Chandigarh.

Memo No. 1448-SW(1) 2007

Dated Chandigarh, the 4/07/07

 

Subject: - Enhancement of rates of Scholarship under Centrally Sponsored Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme for the children of those engaged in un-clean occupations. 

In continuation of Haryana Govt. Letter No. 2231-SW(3) 97 Dated 19.11.1997, the Governor of Haryana is pleased to accord the sanction to further/enhance the rates of scholarship from Rs. 400/-p.m. to Rs. 650/-p.m.(for ten months) for the students of class 6th to 10th residing in the hostels run by the Welfare department at Ambala, Karnal, Rohtak, Rewari and Faridabad under Centrally Sponsored Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme for the children of those engaged in un-clean occupations from 01.04.2007 with the condition that the expenditure over and above the rates being provided under Centrally Sponsored Scheme will be met by the State Govt. from Non-Plan side as committed liability.

This issues with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their U.O. No. 1/27/03-5FGII/1339 dated 06.06.2007.

 

Under Secretary

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

    Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes

Department, Chandigarh

 

 

Endst. No.1448-SW(1) 2007 Dated 04/07/07

A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

1.     Accountant General ( A&E) Haryana, Chandigarh.

2.     Accountant General ( Audit) Haryana , Chandigarh.

3.     All District Welfare Officer in Haryana State.

 

 

Under Secretary

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes

Department, Chandigarh

 

A copy is forwarded to Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary to Govt. Haryana, Finance Department with reference to their U.O. No. 1/27/03.5FGII/1339 dated 06.06.2007.

 

Under Secretary

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes

Department, Chandigarh

To

The Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Govt. Haryana Finance Department (FGII Branch)

 

U.O. No. 1448-SW(1) 2007 Dated 04/07/07

uksV%

       ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx@vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS A

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 15600 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 140-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki /kkukpk;Z egkfo|ky;@fo'ofo|ky; ds lEcfU/r foHkkx ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


 

(iv) CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF HOSTEL FOR SCHEDULED CASTES BOYS.

 

I.                   Introduction

This is a 50:50 sharing basis scheme of Government of India/State Government.

 

Construction of Hotels is one of the means to enable and encourage students belonging to SC community to strive towards attainment of quality education. Such hostels are immensely beneficial to students of SC communities hailing from rural and remote areas as such student can avail of best of the educational facilities available mainly in urban areas. The scheme of SC Girls Hostel is in operation from IIIrd Five Year Plan and in respect of SC Boys it is in operation w.e.f. 1989-90.

II. Objective

The main objective of the scheme of hostels for scheduled castes is to provide hostel facilities to scheduled caste boys and girls studying in middle school, higher secondary school, colleges and Universities.

III. General Instructions

a)                 Separate application should be submitted for construction of hostels under the scheme in respect of scheduled castes girls and scheduled castes boys as the case may be.

b)                 Both the State Governments/ UT Administration and Voluntary Organizations shall be eligible to receive assistance under this scheme. Whereas the State Governments/ UT Administration shall submit their proposals to this Ministry, the Voluntary Organization shall submit their application to the respective State Government/ UT Administration who will further release funds to them on the basis of assistance received under this Scheme from Central Government.

c)                  In case of Voluntary Agencies, financial assistance shall be given only for additions to existing hostels. This will enable the Voluntary Agencies to extend the existing hostels wherever needed.

d)                 While submitting proposals for release of Central Assistance for construction of Hostels the State Government will give a time frame of likely period of their completion and it shall be ensured that they are completed within that time frame but not later than 5 years from the date of release of Central Assistance.

e)                 A few rooms/ blocks of the hostels should be constructed barrier free and facilities like ramps etc., should be incorporated in the design of their construction so as to enable the disabled SC student to reside in them conveniently.

f)                   In order to integrate the SC students with the mainstream accommodation of 10 % non-SC students in such hostels should be compulsory. However, if after accommodating all applicant SC candidates first, certain seats are left vacant, then accommodating to the non-SC students may be considered. The percentage of non-SC students in any case shall not exceed 25 %. For general category students some charges may be levied for better maintenance of the hostels.

 

IV. Location and Scope of the Hostels

Hostels under the scheme should be constructed at any place where the concerned Educational Institutions are situated keeping in vie the concentration of scheduled castes population in a particular place/ area where the educational facilities are inadequate. The hostels under the scheme can be constructed for middle, secondary, college and University State of Education.

 

V. Funding Pattern

a) Financial Assistance is provided to State Government on 50:50 matching basis (100% to UTs) for construction of hostels building for upto 100 inmates, construction of boundary walls, two rooms set for hostel warden and one room set for chowkidar. The expenditure on maintenance for these hostels is to be borne by the State Governments from their own funds. The cost of construction of hostels is worked out on the basis of State/ UT/ PWD schedule of rates. However, if a State/ UT is following CPWD rates, the cost is worked out on the basis of lower rate in the schedule of rates.

b) In respect of non-governmental institutions, financial assistance is provided only for expansion of existing hostels on the basis of 45% Central share, 45 % State share and the remaining 10 % is to be borne by the NGO themselves.

c) In respect of Centrally Controlled Universities, 90% financial assistance shall be borne by Central Government for construction of SC Boys/ Girls hostel.

d) In case of other Universities the share of Central Government will be 45% that of concerned State Government will be 45% and the University will contribute 10 % towards total cost. However, in case the concerned State Government is not able to contribute its expected share of 45 % the University may bear the share of former also thereby bringing up its net contribution to 55% (45%+10%).

e) In all the cases land will have to be provided by the State Government, Universities or NGOs, as the case may be. Grant will be limited to sharing of cost of construction of the hostel as indicated above.

 

VI. Strength of the Hostel

The maximum number of inmates for whom accommodation can be provided in each hostel under the scheme should not exceed 100.

 

VII. Submission of Application

The application under the said scheme shall be submitted in the prescribed format as given at Annexure-I, II and III.

 

VIII. Grants of Voluntary Organizations under the Scheme shall be subject to the following conditions:

a)                 The institution/ organization shall submit a complete certificate and audited statement of expenditure within the prescribed time.

b)                 The institution shall be open to inspection by an officer of State Government or Government of India including a Officer of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department.

c)                  The institution must get the plans and estimates of the building duly approved by the State Education Authority before the work is started and must complete the buildings within a period of two years from the date of release of 1st instalment of grant-in-aid unless is granted by the State Government.

d)                 The accounts of the project shall be maintained properly and separately and submitted as and when required. It shall always be open to check by an officer deputed by the Government of India or the State Government. These shall also be opened to a test check by the Controller and Auditor General of India at his discretion.

e)                 The institution/ organization shall maintain an audited record of all assets acquired or substantially met out of Government grant. Such assets shall not be disposed off encountered or utilized for purpose other than those for which grants were given without prior sanction of the State Government.

f)                   When the State Government/ Government of India have reason to believe that the sanctioned money is not being utilized for approved purposes, the payment of the grant may be stopped and the earlier grants shall be forfeited.

g)                 The institution must exercise reasonable economy in working of the approved project especially in respect of building.

 

 

 

 

h)                No capitation or other similar fee shall be charged from Scheduled Castes students.

i)            The grantee Institution/ Organization shall furnish to the State Government Quarterly Progress Reports of the Project indicating expenditure on each of the objects as detailed in the Project to enable the State Government to check whether there have been any variation or unauthorized diversion of funds. Such reports shall continue to be furnished until the project is completed to the satisfaction of the State Government.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gSA bl foHkkx }kjk nh xbZ forh; lgk;rk ds vUrxZr LoSfPNd lLaFkkvksa }kjk vEckyk] dq#{ks=] djuky] ikuhir] xqM+xkaok] jsokM+h] fljlk] dSFky] ukjukSy] jksgrd es Nk=kokl pyk;s tk jgsa gSA blds vfrfjDr xq# tEHks'koj fo'ofo|ky;] fglkj] pkS/kjh nsohyky fo'ofo|ky;] fljlk] dq#{ks= fo'ofo|ky; dq#{ks= rFkk egkf"kZ n;kuUn fo'ofo|ky;] jksgrd esa Hkh Nk=kokl pyk;s tk jgsa gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/r lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs Nk=kkokl esa jg jgs Nk= rFkk jgus ds bPNqd Nk= lEcfU/kr lLaFkku ds /kku rFkk lEcfU/kr fo'ofo|ky;ksa ds jftLVkjksa ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/kku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


 

(v) SCHEME OF HOSTELS FOR OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES (OBC) BOYS AND GIRLS.

 

1. OBJECTIVES

This is a 50:50 sharing basis scheme of Government of India/State Government.

Even after 50 years of independence and in spite of various measures taken to improve the level of education in the country, literacy levels among Backward classes, particularly among women, continues to be extremely low. A number of steps have already been taken by the government and considerable progress has been achieved in improving the level of literacy and education during the last 50 years, but there is still a long way to go before respectable levels of literacy are achieved. It has been recognized that educational and economic support for Backward Classes has not been adequate and there is disparity between them and the non- backward sections of the population at every level. In view of the same, it is felt that earnest efforts are required to introduce various new schemes specifically for these target group i.e backward classes to provide them a level playing field in comparison to non-backward sections of the population.

The position of women in terms of literacy among OBCs population is also a cause of concern. Considering the important role of women in shaping the size of the family and outlook of its members, investment in improving education among women of these communities will not only improve their social and economic status, but will also help in accelerating the socio-economic development of these communities and the nation as a whole.

It is self-evident and universally accepted fact that education is one of the key instruments of effective development of weaker sections. The education facilities are not evenly distributed throughout the country. Many a times students from rural areas especially those belonging to weaker sections have to give up their educational pursuits for the reason that adequate hostel facilities are not available for them in the quality education centers. Having considered this problem the Working Group on development and welfare of Backward Classes recommended a scheme of Hostels for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) Boys and Girls.

2. SCOPE AND ELIGIBILITY

The Scheme aims at proving better education opportunities to students belonging to socially and educationally backward classes notified as such in the Central/State/UT Administration Lists of Backward Classes, generally referred to as Other Backward Classes (OBCs). It would , however not cover students belonging to the creamy layer as defined in the Govt. of India, Ministry of Personnel and Public Grievances and Pensions ( Department of Personnel and Training) O.M. No. 36012/22/93-Estt. (SCT) dated the 8th September 1993. The Hostels under the scheme will be constructed in States/UTs which have a large OBC population but inadequate hostel facilities. These Hostels will be constructed for middle, secondary, college and university level students. Out of the Hostels to be set up under this Scheme at least one third will be exclusively for girls. Five Percent of the total seats in these Hostels shall be reserved for disabled students.

The hostels under the scheme should be constructed at any place where the concerned educational institutions are situated keeping in view the concentrations of OBC population in the particular place/area where the educational facilities are inadequate. These hostels could also be constructed in a particular place/area where quality education is available but residential facilities for the target group is not adequately available which will depend upon the number of students enrolled in that particular institution. Each institution will be provided central assistance for construction of girls/boys hostels for a maximum of 100 seats.

The hostels will have built space for residential facilities for students, hostels warden, chowkidar and provision of boundary wall surrounding the campus. The agency concerned will be assisted for construction of such complexes based on State/UT PWD schedule of rates. However, if a State/UT is following CPWD rates also the costs will be worked out on the basis of whichever is lesser in the schedule of rates. In the case of States/UTs following CPWD rates only CPWD rates will apply. The agency concerned will be assisted for construction of such facility only after proof of land availability is produced for the particular location and plan and estimates of the building is duly approved by the concerned technical department of State/UT and submitted to the Ministry of Social justice and Empowerment. The local materials would be used as far as possible in order to reduce cost of construction.

The organizations eligible for assistance shall be as follows:-

1)     The state Governments and UTs concerned.

2)     Institutions or organization set up by Government as autonomous body under statute or as a society under the Registration of Societies Act, 1860 or otherwise.

3)     Educational and other institutions owned and controlled by either Central Government/state Govt./UTs.

3. PROCEDURE FOR RELEASE OF GRANT-IN-AID & FUNDING PATTERN

Under the Scheme 50% central assistance will be given for such construction in such cases the remaining 50% of the construction cost will have to be borne by the concerned State Govt. etc. The budget availability will have to be shown in advance while submitting the proposal for such construction. Under the scheme 100% central assistance will be given to the Central Government Institutions and UTs proposing to set up such hostels. The entire expenditure on procurement of land, staffing and other maintenance and day to day expenditure shall be borne by the State Government/UT concerned. Maintenance of such facilities will be the responsibility of the concerned agency to which such construction grant has been sanctioned. The concerned State Government may also explore the possibility of maintaining such facility through NGO functionaries in case if it is necessary.

 

4. MONITORING

The monitoring of the financial and physical performance of the scheme will be done through seeking detailed information from the Agencies implementing the Scheme. On the physical aspects the Agencies implementing the scheme will be required to furnish quarterly progress reports regarding the construction works. Once the hostel is thrown open to the beneficiaries information will be furnished by the Agencies, occupancy wise annually. On the financial side details of actual expenditure incurred out of central assistance, during the last financial year and expenditure proposed for the present financial year will be submitted by the Agencies concerned. The Agencies implementing the scheme will also be insisted upon to submit the latest audited accounts.

5. EVALUATION

The Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment many get the scheme evaluated by entrusting a research study to reputed institutions/agencies, on the performance of the Scheme in different parts of the country, under this Ministrys centrally sponsored Scheme of Research and Training.


Annexure-I

 

PROFORMA FOR GRANT IN-AID

 

Boys Hostels for Scheduled Castes

 

 

S

N

Action

No. of inmates

Whether land has been got Yes/No.

Total Cost

State Share provided in the State Budget

Central Share proposed for 199

Nature of Hostel

If Non, Govt. whether 10% of the cost will be borne by organization

 

 

Annexure-II

 

 

S

N

Year

Unspent balance of Central Assistant 31.3 of previous year.

Central Assistant sanctioned by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment

Actual amount utilized out of

Central Share

State Share

Unspent Balance of Central Assistant 31.3. of i.e. year end (in Lakhs)

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gSA ;g Ldhe vU; fiNMs+ oxZ ds Nk=@Nk=kvksa ds fy, ifjikfyr dh tk jgh gSA bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr gfj;k.kk jkT; esa fdlh Hkh vU; fiNMs+ oxZ ds Nk=@Nk=kvksa ds Nk=kokl ds fy, dksbZ jkf'k nku ugh dh xbZ gSA

 


 

(vi) CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF COACHNG AND ALLIED ASSISTANCE FOR WEAKER SECTIONS INCLUDING SCHEDULED CASTES AND OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES AND MINORITIES.

 

(As amended in September, 2001)

Background

This is a 50:50 sharing basis scheme of Government of India/State Government.

 

1.1 Empowerment of the weaker sections, comprising of Scheduled Castes (SCs), Other Backward Classes (OBCs) and Minorities has been priority area for concern for Government since independence. A number of plans and programmes are implemented for assisting the weaker sections so as to enhance their skills and capabilities for ensuring rapid economic development and integration in the National main stream. In this era of liberalization, with the adoption of the new economic policies, the private sector is envisaged to play a crucial role and role of Government and public sector is likely to get limited . In this background, schemes implemented for benefit of the weaker sections need to be reviewed for assisting the weaker sections to enable them to avail the emerging opportunities for employment, both in public and private sectors. In this context, opportunities for enhancing educational qualification and competence have acquired an added significance.

1.2 A scheme for providing Coaching to students belonging to Scheduled Castes so as to enable them to compete with those, coming from socially and economically advantageous sections, is being implemented since the 8th plan. Similar schemes are also being implemented to provide coaching facilities to students from the minority community and backward classes. With a view to assist the students belonging to the weaker sections in a better manner and to facilitate implementation and monitoring. It is deemed necessary to amalgamate the existing schemes of similar nature, into one for assisting students belonging to scheduled caste, other backward classes and minorities in similar manner.

Apart from amalgamation, certain modifications in the existing schemes have also been considered for making it more effective and result oriented.

1.3 The revised scheme will come into effect from the date of notification.

2. OBJECTIVES

The scheme aims at assisting students belonging to weaker section. SCs, OBCs, and Minorities by way of special coaching for:-

a)     Admission into institutions imparting technical, vocational courses such as in engineering, medical, agricultural, management, information technology and service related courses both in private and public sectors.

b)     Recruitment to services under Groups A and B under the Central and State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings, banks as well as in Private Sector.

3. IMPLEMENTING AGENCY

Institutions of repute, both public and private, which are running coaching courses and have achieved distinctions during the preceding three years, in terms of success rate of candidates coached by such organization, will be eligible for assistance under the scheme Institutions seeking assistance under the scheme shall submit details in the preforma prescribed (enclosed as Annexure-II) to the State Government concerned. The State Government shall inspect details given by the institution and forward the application to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment along with their recommendation in the format (indicated at Annexure-II).

4. ELIGIBILITY OF THE INSITUTIONS FOR SELECTION UNDER THE SCHEME

4.1 The institute should be either a Trust, company, partnership firm, or Society registered under relevant law.

4.2 The institution should have experiences of imparting coaching in the courses, for which assistance under the scheme is being sought, for a period no less than 3 years provided that Institutions, functioning for less than 3 years can be considered only for places, where there was no such facilities earlier.

4.3 Institutions will be selected under the scheme normally for a period of 3 years. However, assistance will be released annually based on performance of students coached. Provision of assistance can be discontinued any time for violation of terms and conditions and/or unsatisfactory performance. The Institutions shall be asked to achieve a minimum success rate of 33 per cent. Performance of Institutions achieving success rate less than 33 per cent will be reviewed on a case to case basis. While considering assistance for the second and subsequent years. Institutions achieving a success rate higher than 33%, shall be eligible for a reward at the rates indicated below:-

                               I.      @ Rs 500 per person for admission to professional course.

                             II.      @ Rs 750 per person for selecting for Group B post, and

                          III.      @ Rs 1000 per person for selecting into Group A posts

The Institutions, getting assistance under the scheme, shall maintain details on the success achieved by students coached by them.

4.4 The Institution should have required faculty members, either in its pay roll or on part time basis, for giving personal attention to students.

4.5 The Institution should have premises, library and required hardware for imparting coaching, so as to ensure that not more than 40 students are in a class.

4.6 The coaching institution will be responsible for pay/allowances and service of all the officer and staff engaged by it and the Central/State Government will have no liability on this account.

4.7 Institutions providing coaching for services of All India nature should preferably be located either in major cities or important educational centres.

4.8 Besides the coaching institutions, private sector, willing to train students belonging to weaker sections for skill up gradation/placement/employment will also be eligible for assistance under the scheme.

 

 

 

5. SELECTION OF INSTITUTION

5.1 A committee, consisting of the following members, will select the institutions for providing coaching under the scheme.

1)                 Secretary (SJ&E) Chairperson

2)                 Financial Advisor (SJ&E) Member

3)                 Joint Secretary, Ministry of Labour Member

(technical Training)

4) Joint Secretary, Deptt. Of Education (higher) Member

5) Joint Secretary ( Minorities Welfare) Member

6) Joint Secretary ( Backward Classes Welfare) Member

7) Joint Secretary (SCD Welfare) Member

8) Representative of U.S.C Member

9) Deputy Secretary/Director (SCD) Member

The Committee may co-opt any other official/professional as Member as and when required

5.2 Details of the scheme will be advertised by the Central/State Governments in January every year inviting proposals for the next financial year (April to March) from coaching institutions. The proposals received will be verified and forwarded by the State Government to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment by February each year. These proposals will be considered and list of institution will be finalized by the committee in March so that the institutes can be funded during the financial year.

5.3 The Committee will also review performance of the institutions assisted under the scheme at the end of the year based on the performance of the candidates coached by the institute.

6. COVERAGE OF STUDENTS

Students to be assisted under this scheme, should be selected in a manner so that at least 50% of them belong to scheduled castes, 30% to other backward classes and 205 to minority communities, provided that 305 women and 55 disabled students may be covered in each category, subject to availability. The expenditure as admissible under the guideline of the Scheme will be debited to fund provided for the purpose.

7.ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA OF STUDENTS

7.1 The students should be selected based on merit.

7.2 Candidates must have secured a minimum percentage of marks in qualifying examination for the course, which will be decided by the Committee (indicated at para 5) based on the level of competition.

7.3 Only Students belonging to Scheduled Castes, OBCs and Minorities having family income Rs. 1 lakh per annum will be eligible for assistance.

7.4 Assistance under the scheme can be availed by a particular student not more than two times, irrespective of the number of chances, he/she may be entitled to in a particular competitive examination.

7.5 In case, where examination is conducted in two stages

(Preliminary and Main), candidates will be allowed to take coaching of the preliminary as well as Main Examination in each time, but coaching for main examination will be available only to those who have cleared preliminary examination.

7.6 Students covered under the scheme shall have to attend all classes. In event of any student remaining absent for more than 15 days, without any valid reason, assistance to him/her shall be discontinued and another students shall be taken his/her place.

8. SELECTION OF STUDENTS

8.1 Candidates will be selected by a committee consisting of Director, SC Welfare of the State/UT or his representative not below the rank of Deputy Director, Principal/Chairperson of the coaching institute and representatives from Department of education, Backward Classes Welfare, Minority Welfare, Department of labour, Department of Industries and concerned District Administration.

9. FUNDING

The selected institution will be paid based on the course and number of students per course as sanctioned on contractual basis. Assistance to NGOs, Universities and institutions running coaching programs will be borne on 90:10 basis, with the Centre bearing 90% of the expenditure and concerned State /UT bearing the remaining 10%. Institutions run by State Governments will be paid Central Assistance on 50:50 basis and 100% assistance will be provided to UTs. The grant may be released in two equal installments.

10. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

10.1 The coaching centers would be entitled to financial assistance of Rs. 8,000/- per student per course for training in group A services Rs 6,000/- per student per course for group b services and Rs 6,000/- for students per course for all other examinations (details are given at Annexure-I).

10.2 Central Assistance shall be provided for coaching for competitive examinations being held for recruitment in services under Group A,B under both Central and State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings and Banks. Such assistance would also be extended for coaching in examinations for private sector also.

10.3 Assistance would also be provided to organizations for conducting coaching for admission to educational institutions imparting technical, vocational, engineering, medical, agricultural, management, and information technology courses. Assistance should also be extended to cover Service Sector related courses both in the public and private sectors.

10.4 The rate of stipend for Group A services shall be Rs 700/- for outstation students and Rs225/- in case of local students. For Group B services and entrance examinations, the rate shall be Rs 375/- and Rs. 125/- for outstation and local students respectively.

10.5 Details on the coaching programme will be advertised by the State/UT Govt. and coaching institutes through Radio, Doordarshan, Newspapers, Employment news and facilities available with the State Informations and public relation Department. The cost of all advertisements shall be borne by the respective State Governments and UTs.

10.6 The coaching for the courses may be from 3 to 6 months as per the requirement.

 

 

 

11. TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO BE COMPLIED WITH BY THE COACHING INSTITUTION

11.1 Students admitted to the coaching programme will be paid stipend on monthly basis by cheque. Students, who have failed to attend 75% of classes, will not be eligible for the stipend.

11.2 The coaching institutes will admit students selected by the selection Committee (indicated at par 8) and will be paid grant only in respect of such students.

11.3 The institute will send full details of name, address, caste of the candidates enrolled for each coaching programe within two weeks of star ting the programme to the state/UT Govt. and to this Ministry.

11.4 The institute shall maintain full record giving bio-data of each admitted candidate and progress for coaching and placement for each of the candidates enrolled for coaching.

11.5 Coaching institutions will be required to provide additional/special academic and other inputs in coaching for students belonging to the scheduled castes, other backward classes and minorities to bridge the gap between the performance of general students and students belonging to above mentioned categories

11.6 Assistance availed by the institute shall be dealt in a separate account of the institute, which will be available to any officer of this Ministry, the State Government/UT Admn. to inspect.

11.7 The institutions shall utilize the grant for specified purposes only. In the event of the grantee institution acting in contravention of this condition, the institution will be liable to refund the amount received with 185 penal interest and other action, as deemed necessary.

11.8 Each student admitted to the coaching programme shall give an undertaking that he/she will not leave the course in between. In the event of such departure without adequate reason he/she will not be entitled for any other Govt. Assistance and liable to refund back the amount spent on his/her coaching to the Government.

11.9 The coaching institution will also required to take an affidavit from the student that they have not take benefit more than twice under this scheme.

11.10 The institution shall submit a certificate accepting the terms and conditions laid down by the Ministry and furnish a bond with two sureties in the name of the competent authority signed by an officer authorized in this behalf for the actual implementation of the scheme and also furnishing accounts of the grant sanctioned.

11.11 After financial year, the institution shall submit the Utilisation Certificate and audited accounts certified by a Chartered Accountant so as to reach the Ministry by 15th may. The statement should include the following:-

i)                                                            Income and expenditure Account/Balance sheet for the year including Receipt & Payment Account of the institute in respect of grant received during the year.

ii)                                                         A certificate to the effect that the grantee institution has not received any other grant for the same purpose from any other ministry/department of the Government of India, State/UT Government and any other Government/Non-Government organization.

12. MONITORING AND EVALUATION

12.1 Institutes assisted under the programme, will monitor the coaching/training of the students covered under the programme on continuous basis. It shall submit Quarterly progress Report to the respective State Governments/UT Administrations along with a copy to the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

12.2 Performance of coaching/training centers shall be monitored by the State Government/UT Administration on the basis of the quarterly reports sent by the coaching institutions and send their views to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment. Officers of the State Government/UT Administration shall also visit the institute for assessing the progress of training. The state Government/UT Administration shall submit the inspection-cum progress report to the ministry of Social Justice and empowerment.

12.3 The institution shall submit a comprehensive report at the end of the year giving details of success achieved by each student coached by it to the concerned State Government/UT Administration with copy to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment by 30th April of the next financial year. Release of further assistance to the centre will be considered only after receipt of the details of achievements, utilization certificate of fund sanctioned earlier and other relevant documents. The State Government/UT Administration shall forward the details to Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment latest by 15th May of the next financial year. Maximum financial assistance permissible for various courses

Refer Para 10.1

Name of the course

Duration

Lump sum fee per course per

student

Stipend per

month local

Stipend per month Out

station

Civil Services Examination (UPSC) preliminary and Mains. CDS, NDA and Defence related services, All group A or equivalent services in Centre/State/UT governments, PSUs, and their equivalent services in private sector

3-6 months

Rs 8,000/-

Rs 225

Rs 700

Group B or equivalent services in Centre/State /UT Governments, PSUs, and their equivalent services in private sector.

3-6 months

Rs 6000/-

Rs 125

Rs 375

All entrance examinations for professional courses such as Engineering/Medical /IT/Technical/Agriculture/Management, special class Railway Appretice and other service sector courses both in public, private sector.

3-6 months

RS 6000/-

Rs 125

Rs 375

 

 

 

 

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR SEEKING ASSISTANCE UNDER THE CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF COACHING AND ALLIED ASSISTANCE FOR WEAKER SECTIONS INCLUDING SCHEDULED CASTES (SCs), OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES (OBCs) AND MINORITIES.

 

Note:- Application received in an incomplete form or without supporting document after 15the February of each year will not be entertained for new cases (refer para 5.2 of the Scheme).

In case of continuing cases, application form with all supporting documents will be submitted to the state government concerned by 30th April of every year (refer para 12.3 of the scheme).

(To be filled in by an authorized representative of the applicant organization)

PART-I

1. Name address, telephone No. fax no. of the ________________________

Head office of the organization institution ________________________

2. Address and Telephone of the functional _______________________

Centre for which application is submittee ________________________

3. Nature of the Organisation/Institution _______________________

(E.g not for profit, or commercial or _______________________

Co-operative Society or Trust etc. _______________________

4 Date of establishment _______________________

5. Brief history and brief account of the activities _______________________

of the organization since its inception _______________________

6. Whether recognised by any State ________________________

Government/Union Territory ________________________

Admn And if so, the name of the State _________________________

Government/Union Territory. Indicate the _________________________

Nature of recognisation Given (enclose _________________________

Certificate) _________________________

7. Whether registered under Societies Registration________________________

Act, 1860 of any Territory Admn. Or under __________________________

Any Act of State Govt/Union Law relating _________________________

To registration of Literary, scientific and _________________________

Charitable Societies or as public as a Charitable ________________________

Company, if so _________________________

(a) Give name of the Act under which registered ________________________

(b) Registration No. and date of registration ________________________

(please attach attested photocopy thereof)

(c) Period upto which valid ________________________

8. Previous years achievements in pre-examination coaching of the organization

(i) For new institutions give details for previous three years:-

(Please attach details of successful candidates, Roll No., Name and Address)

Year

Group A Services

Group B Services

Entrance Examinations

 

Coached

Secceeded

Coached

Secceeded

Coached

Secceeded

Last

 

 

 

Year before last

 

 

 

2 years

Before last

 

 

 

(ii) For on going institution (for previous year)-

(Please attach Name, Category, Roll No. and Addresses. Name and address of the organization in which the student is employed/admitted, scale of pay and other relevant details for each candidate who is successful)

a) Coaching courses funded by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.

Name of the Course

Coached

 

 

Succeeded

 

 

Succeeded in other

Examinations

 

 

 

 

Minor-ities

 

 

Minor-ities

 

 

Minor-

ities

Group A Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group B Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entrance Exam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b) Coaching courses conducted from the institutes own fund.

 

Year

Group A Services

Group B Services

Entrance Examinations

 

Coached

Secceeded

Coached

Secceeded

Coached

Secceeded

Last

 

 

 

Year before last

 

 

 

2 years

Before last

 

 

 

 

9. List of papers/statements attached. _____________________________

 

(a) Brief description of its object and _____________________________

Activities(a copy of the prospectus may be enclosed)

 

(b) Constitution of Board of Management/Government organization and details of the members

 

S.No.

Name

Address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(c ) Details of faculty members:-

 

Name

Qualification

Experience in

No. of years

Working with

This organization since when

Subject tought

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d) Constitution/Memorandum of _______________________

Association and bye-laws of the

Organization/Institution

(e) Details on achievement of the _______________________

Institution in coaching doing the previous

three years(copy of annual report may

be enclosed)

 

(f) Income & Expenditure Statement ________________________

and balance sheet for previous

three years as certified by Chartered

accountant or Government Auditor

may be enclosed.

(g) A certificate to the effect that the institution has not received any other grant for the same purpose from, any other Ministry/Department of the Government of

India, State/UT Govt. and any other Government/Non-Government organization as given below.

Certified that the coaching centre_____________________________

Has not received any grant from any other Ministry or Government Department

Other than Ministry of Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi for running of centre.

 

PART II

 

(i) Space available with the institution for Coaching __________________

Classes

(a) Number of class rooms ___________________

(b) Hostel/Dormitories for students ___________________

(c) Whether the institute is functioning in its ___________________

Own building or in rented accommodation.

(ii) Details of Library facility available with the Coaching Institution

(iii) Infrastructure available for coaching

(a) Audio-visual aids

(b) Photocopier

(c ) Cyclostyling machines

(d) Computer

2. The examination for which the grant is applied for

(refer para 10 of the Scheme)

 

3. The duration of the programme _________________

Date of commencing and completing the programme _________________

 

4. Number of candidates to be coached/trained _________________

Name of the Coaching

Course.

Outstanding

Outstanding

 

SCs

Mino-rities

Total

Total

SCs

Mino-rities

Total

Total

 

Group A Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entrance Examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. i) Details of estimated expenditure on the programme

 

Name of the

Course

No. of students to be coached

Coaching fee

(in Rs. )

Stipend (in Rs.)

Outstation Local

Total

(in Rs.)

Group A

Services

 

 

 

 

Group B

Services

 

 

 

 

Entrance

Examination

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Amount for grant requested:

(i) Central share Rs__________________________

(ii) State share Rs.__________________________

It is certified and agreed that the terms and conditions of the scheme have been read, understood and are acceptable to the organization.

 

 

Place:

Date:

Signature

 

(a) Full Name of Secretary/President

(b) Name of the Institution/Organisation

(Office Stamp, Tel. No.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSPECTION REPORT

 

 

(TO BE DONE BY AN OFFICER NOT BELOW THE RANK OF DEPUTY

DIRECTOR TO GOVERNM,ENT AND BE FORWARDED TO SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE OF STATE GOVERNMENT/UT ADMINISTRATION)

 

 

i) Name of the Organization with complete postal address _______________

 

 

ii) Whether the information given by institution in the _______________

application form is factually correct

 

iii) Comments of the inspecting authority regarding the _______________

performance of the institution in terms of success rate

 

 

iv) General recommendation _______________

 

 

Signature of inspecting authority

 

Date:

Place:

Name______________________

Designation

(Seal )

 


PART V

Recommendation of the State Government to be forwarded to Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India, Shastri Bhawwan, A Wing, New Delhi-110001.

 

Application from _____________________________________________

(Name of the Organisation) under the Scheme of __________________________

Is forwarded, duly recommended, to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India. While recommending, it is certified that a Senior Officer of the _________________________(State Government Department) has visited the organization and a copy of his Inspection Report is attached/has not visited) the Organisation;

2. Specific recommendation of the State Government.

3. Conformation of the State Government to provide matching State details of

Budget provision for the purpose may be enclosed (Refer para 9 of the scheme)

Date: Signature

 

Name

 

Designation

 

Office Stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 550 Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS] ftlesa vuqlwfpr tkfr ds 285] fiNM+s oxZ ds 225 rFkk vYila[;d leqnk; ds 40 Nk= kkfey gSa rFkk yxHkx 28-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh vFkok funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA


 

(vii) STATE SCHEDULED CASTES/BACKWARD CLASSES (EDUCATIONAL) WELFARE SCHEME (STIPEND FOR 9TH TO 12TH (FOR SC & BC) CLASSES AND POST MATRIC CLASSES (FOR BACKWARDED CLASSES ONLY).

 

1. OBJECTIVE

This is a Scheme of State Government.

Main object of the scheme is to promote education amongst students of Haryana Domicile belonging to approved Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes studying in Govt. as will as recognised/affiliated privately managed schools, Colleges, situated in the area of erstwhile Punjab State and University.

2. CONCESSION:

The following concessions will be made available subject to means test, prescribed in the scheme.

a) SCHOOL STAGE

I Scheduled castes and Other Backward Classes students will not be charged any tuition fee (including Science fee, if any) at school where the compulsory free education has not been introduced. (Note:- Compulsory Free Education has been introduced in all schools in Haryana).

II The above category of students will be awarded stipends at the rate prescribed in the scheme.

Note:- No admission fee for the Departmental examination will be charged from Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes students as they have been exempted from such payment.

b) COLLEGE STAGE

i)             At College State the following concession will be available to the students belonging to Other Backward Classes only subject to means test prescribed in the scheme.

ii)           These students will be reimbursed their admission fee of University Examinations.

iii)        These students will not be charged tuition fee (including Science fee, if any) at College/University stage.

iv)          These students will be awarded stipends at the rates prescribed in the scheme.

 

3. ALLOWING OF FEE CONCESSION:

I. The Govt. Institutions will not charge any tuition fee from such students.

II. The recognized privately managed institutions also will not charge any tuition fee, including Science fee if any from such students but they will receive grant-in-aid.

 

4. All Scheduled Castes & Backwarded Classes students are eligible.

 

5. No tuition fee will be reimbursed to (i) Govt. schools and colleges and (ii) in respect of Scheduled Castes and other Backward Classes students as are governed under the free education scheme.

Note:- Now education is free upto school level.

6. (i) Privately manages Arts and Training College should for go the full fee given to first 2% of the Other Backward Classes students on their rolls. The tuition fee of the students in excess of 2% of their total enrolment (stagewise) will be paid by Govt. This 2% cut will be applicable separately class as well as stage wise to arts and science students.

(ii) The institutions situated out side Haryana, but constituting part of Erstwhile Punjab as on 31-10-66 will be exempted from the operation of aforesaid granted formula. These will be reimbursed full tuition fee including science if any in respect of the bonafide students of Haryana domicile studying in such institution.

7. The examination fee will be paid only once for each of the following examination of the Schedule Castes/Other Backward Classes students:-

Middle Schools examination, Matriculation, 10+2 Core ab Elective Examinations, Intermediate (FA/F.Sc and Preparatory Class) B.A./B.Sc. intergrated (Education) course examination M.A/MSCs Examination.

8. RATES OF STIPENDS

Stipends to Scheduled Castes and other Backward Classes students on the rolls of recognised schools and affiliated art/training Colleges in the State are admissible of the following rates:-

For Scheduled Castes Rates

9th, 10th, 11th (10+1), 12th, (10+2) Classes Rs. 40/- per Month.

For Backward Classes

9th, 10th, 11th (10+1), 12th, (10+2) Classes Block A Rs. 40/- PM

Block B Rs. 20/- PM

B.A. B.Sc integrated Day Scholar Hostler

Educational Course, B.Sc Honours 75/- PM 150/-PM

Schools Course, Pre-Engineer,

Pre-Medical & Pre-Agriculture Course

 

M.A./M.Sc./Honours 100/- PM 200/-PM

M.Com & Post Graduate

C.Live/M.A/M.Sc/M.Com and

Post Graduate Diploma/Digree course

B.T. B.Ed., DP.Ed., LLB. M.Ed.

 

Haryanvi students from

Scheduled Castes and

Other Backward Classes

studying in IX, X, XI,

Classes (Schools Stage) of

Kasturba Balika Ashram and

Other Backward Classes of

Senior course at Harijan

Udyogshala, Delhi.

 

9. All the students belonging to Other Backward Classes who do not receive any benefits under the Govt. of India Post-Matric Scholarships scheme will be admitted as free scholars in Govt. Technical Institutions in the following course:-

a)                 Diploma/Degree, Course in Engineering Technology Architecture Medicine (including Indian Medicine) Course for Overseers and Draftsmen and Sanitary Inspectors Course:-

b)                 Diploma/Degree Courses of Nursing and Pharmacy.

c)                  Diploma/Degree Course in Agriculture.

d)                 Post-Graduate Course in Agriculture.

These students whether studying in Govt. or Non Govt. Technical Instt. will also be eligible for award of stipends at the flat rte of Rs. 50/- per mensum, They will also be allowed refund of Examination fee, if any only once for each examination.

e) The other Backward Classes students pursuing the following training professional course will be exempted form the payment of their tuition fees and allowed refund of Departmental University examination fees only once for each examination. In addition they will be entitle to stipends at the following rates noted against each course:-

Art and Craft, Teachers Training Course Rs. 60/- P.M.

Drawing Masters Courses Rs. 60/- P.M.

Post Matric Clerical Course Rs. 60/- P.M.

Kindergarden Teachers Training Rs. 60/- P.M.

Nursing School Teachers Training Courses Rs. 60/- P.M.

Diloma in Library Science Rs. 70/- P.M.

Diploma in Teaching of General Science. Rs. 70/- P.M.

Law Degree Course i.e. L.L.B. Sce. Rs. 80/- P.M.

Commerce Degree Commerce i.e. B.Com. Rs. 80/- P.M.

Diploma/Degree of Physical Education Course Rs. 80/- P.M.

Diploma in Personal Management Rs. 50/- P.M.

Provisional/Technical/Medical/

Engineering/Agriculture and othher course Rs. 100-200P.M.

Such Students pursing training professional course in Non Govt. Institutions would be reimbursed their tuition fee in full.

10. A stipendiary under this scheme can not hold at same time any other stipend from the state of Central.

11. The concessions under this scheme will be allowed by regulations laid down in the Punjab Education Code as amended from time to time in Haryana.

 

12. Conditions for Eligibility

All the concessions under the scheme will be allowed to such students who get 33% or pass marks in their proceeding annual examination.

i) A failed student at school stage, will be allowed no concession under the scheme except a full concession for the same class for one year.

ii) no concession will be allowed to a student at college stage.

iii) A compartment/ reappear candidate promoted to the next class provisionally will be eligible for all concessions under the scheme for the higher class after he clears his compartment/reappear in the first attempt in the next immediate examination failing which he will be treated as a failed candidate for all intents and purposes to the scheme.

iv) If a failed candidate change his course of studying without passing his previous class he will be given no concession for one year till he clear the first year of that course.

v) If a student join an equivalent course without clearing the previous one he will not be entitled to any concession under the scheme for that course.

vi) A student will be given all concessions under the scheme if admissible to him in accordance with the rules under the scheme while studying in his class/course in case he has put in his application in time otherwise no concessions will be given the clear of his class/course of his study.

(vii) If a candidate wishes to change his class/course, he can do so, but he will not be eligible for any concession under the scheme for the number of years, he has already studied beyond the minimum educational qualification essential for entry into the concerned class professional course.

(viii) A candidates qualifying an examination in parts if admissible under the regulations of the examining body, will also be allowed all concessions under the scheme on joining the next regular class/courses provided he clears all the successive examination in the first attempt.

(ix) The payment of first installment should be made in adcance at school stage for Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Students and at college Statge for Backward Classes Students. Conditions of attendance should be imposed only in those classes where such a condition has already been imposed for promotion to next higher class. In such a case, the ohter installment of the scholarship should be disbursed after taking into account condition of attandance. The percentage of attendance requireed should be the same laid down for promotion to next class

13.. The students shall apply for stipend/refund of examination fee on the prescribed forms (annexure ABC approved).

a)                 The Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Students whose parents are not income tax paybale are eligible to get benefit under this scheme in 9th to 12th classes.

b)                 The Backward Calsses Students whose parents annual income does notexceed 24000/- are eligible to get benefit under this scheme in the Graduate/Postgradyate classes.

c)                  The above income ceiling is also applicable to the student of Schduled castes and Backward Classes for the payment of exmination fees/Tution fee from the 9th to 12th classes students at school stage.

14. (a) The Charge is doubitable to the head.

(i) Post Matric stage 2225 Social Security & Welfare-C Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Tribes and Other Backward Classes Award of Stipends re-imbursement of tuition fee and examination fee in IX, X, XI, Classes.

(ii) School stage 2225 Social Security & Welfare-C Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Tribes and other Backward Classes, Award of Stipends reimbursement of tuition fee & Examination fees in IX, X, XI, XII Classes.

The heads of Educational institution would exhibit correct head of account in Harijan scholarship and stipends bills etc. as indicated in the relevant sanctions.

(b)              The unspent undisbursed or recovers of over payments may be credited to the head 088 Receipt from the scheme for Welfare of Scheduled Caste/Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 1]90]000 vuqlwfpr tkfr rFkk 2]50]000 fiNM+s oxZ ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 735-00 yk[k #i;s vuqlwfpr tkfr rFkk 645-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k fiNM+s oxZ ds Nk=ksa ij [kpZ gksrh gSA

      egkfo|ky;@fo'ofo|ky; Lrj ij i<+us okys 16]000 fiNM+s oxZ ds Nk=ksa ij 244 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k fro"kZ [kpZ dh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr Ldwy ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z@fo'ofo|ky; ds lEcfU/kr foHkkx ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

 

      fnukad 01-01-2007 ls ukSaoh ls ckgjoha d{kk esa i<+us okys vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks nh tkus okyh jkfk dks c<+kdj 40@&:0 ds LFkku ij 100@&:0 dj nh xbZ gS A

 

 


From

The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Department,

Chandiagh.

To

The Director,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Department,

Haryana.

No. 350-SW(1)-2007-(65)

Dated 16.03.2007

 

Subject:- Post matric Scholarship to the students of Other Backward Classes.

 

Kindly refer to the subject cited' above.

 

2. The Governor of Haryana is pleased to accord sanction for the adoption and implementation of the 100% centrally sponsored scheme namely "Post matric Scholarship to the students of Other Backward Classes for studies in India as enclosed at Annexure-I in place of State Scheme namely "Post matric Scholarship/reimbursement of tuition fee to Backward Gasses students college stage" from the year 2007-08 with the following conditions:-

  1. Scholarship will be applicable to all old /new candidate from the academic sessions 2007-08 from the date of admission in new classes who will be eligible due to new income limit.
  2. Scholarship before the session year 2007-08 which was not sanctioned due to any reasons Such as shortage of funds or other justified reason will be sanctioned according the old rate of scholarship of state scheme.

3. The expenditure under this scheme will be met out from the Head "2225 Welfare of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes Welfare of Backward Gasses -277- Education -93- Post matric Scholarship to Backward Classes students-II) subsidies (Plan) 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme.

4. The terms & conditions decided by the Govt. of India from time to time. will . be applicable under this scheme. .

5. This issues with the concurrence of Finance department vide their U.O. No.l/41/05-5 F.G.-II/203 dated 15.02.2007.

 

Under Secretary,

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward

Classes Department, Chandiagh.

 

Endst. No. 350-SW (1)-2007-(65) Dated 16.03.2007

 

A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

  1. Accountant General (A&E) Haryana, Chandigarh. He is requested to declare drawing & disbursing officer to the Director, Higher Education, Haryana and all District Welfare Officer in Haryana State under the head.
  2. Accountant General (Audit) Haryana, Chandigarh.
  3. Director (BC) Govt. of India, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 9th Floor, Jeevan Parkash Building, 25 Kastruba Marg, New Delhi.
  4. Director, Higher Education, Haryana.
  5. All District Welfare Officer in Haryana State.

 

 

Under Secretary,

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward

Classes Department, Chandiagh.

 

A copy is forwarded to the Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Govt. Haryana, Finance Department with reference to his U.O. No. 1/41/05-5 F.G.-II/203 dated 15.02.2007 and informed that the budget head under this scheme already exists according to his U.O. 1/41/2005-1F.G.-II/2069 dated 27.09.2005 so that there is no need to open new budget head.

 

 

Under Secretary,

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward

Classes Department, Chandiagh.

To

The Finance Commissioner & Principal Secretary

to Govt. Haryana, Finance Department.

 

U.O. No. 350-SW (1)-2007-(65) Dated 16.03.2007

 

 

SCHEME OF POST MATRIC SCHOLARSIPS TO THE OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES FOR STUDIES IN INDIA

 

1.OBJECT:

 

The Government of India has since independence initiated a number of steps for improving the level of literacy and education. In this context, the Government has recognized that educational and economic support for backward classes has not been adequate am that there is disparity between them and the non-backward sections of the population at every level. It in self-evident and universally accepted that education is one of the key instruments of effective development of weaker sections.

 

Based on the recommendations of the Working Group on Development and Welfare of Backward Classes, it is proposed to launch a new Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Post-matric Scholarship for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) students.

 

The objective or the Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the Other Backward Classes (OBC ) students studying at post matriculation or post secondary stage to enable them to complete their education

 

II. SCOPE:

 

These Scholarships shall be available for studies in India only and will be awarded by the Government. of State/Union Territory to which the applicant actually belongs. i.e. permanently settled. 100% central assistance will be provided to State Govts./UT Admns. For this purpose.

 

III. CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY:

 

i)                   The Scholarships will be open to Indian nationals belonging to Other Backward Classes as notified by the Central Govt./State Govt./UT Admn.

 

ii)                 These scholarships will be given for the study of all recognized post matriculation or post-secondary courses pursued in recognized institutions with the following exceptions:

 

Scholarship shall not be awarded for training courses like Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Courses and Private Pilot License Courses, Courses at Training-Ship Dufferin (Now INS Rajendra), Courses of training at the Military College, Dehradun, courses at Pre-examination Training Centres of All India and State levels and Trade Courses at the Industrial Training Institutes.

 

iii)              Only those candidates who belong to Other Backward Classes so specified in relation to the State/Union Territory to which the applicant actually belongs, i.e. permanently settled and who have passed the Matriculation or Higher Secondary or any higher examination of a recognised .University or Board of Secondary- Education will be eligible.

iv)                Candidates who after passing one stage of education are studying in the same stage of education in different subject e.g. ISC after I.A. or B. Com after B.A. or M.A. in a subject after M.A in another subject will not be eligible.

 

v)                  Students who, after having completed their educational career in one professional line, e.g., LLB after B.T. /B. Ed. will not be eligible.

 

vi)                Students studying in Class XI of the Higher Secondary School courses or the XII class of the Multipurpose High School will not be eligible for it being a continuous school courses. However, in cases, 'where tenth class examination of such courses is treated as equivalent to Matriculation and students who after passing tenth class join other courses~ such students will be treated as post-matric students and will be eligible for the award of scholarships.

 

vii)             Students pursuing Post-graduate courses in medicine will be eligible if they are not allowed to practice during the period of their course.

 

viii)           Students who after failing or passing the Under Graduate/Post-Graduate examinations in Arts/Science/Commerce join any. recognized professional of Technical certificate/diploma/degree courses will be awarded scholarships if otherwise eligible. No subsequent failure will be condoned except courses in Group "A' and no further change in the course will be allowed.

 

ix)               Students who pursue their studies through correspondence Courses will be eligible towards reimbursement of non-refundable fee. The term correspondence include distant and continuing education Besides reimbursement of non-refundable fee, such students will also be eligible for an annual allowance of 'Rs. 500/- for essential/prescribed books, as applicable.

 

x)                 Employed students whose income combined with the income of their parents/guardians does not exceed Rs. 44,500 per annum shall be eligible for post-matric scholarships to the extent of. reimbursement of all compulsorily payable non-refundable fees.

 

xi)               Only two children of the same parents/guardian will be entitled to receive scholarships. This restriction will, however, not apply to girls. Accordingly, scholarship availed by girls of same parents/guardians will not adversely affect admissibility of availing scholarship upto two boys of same parents/guardian.

 

xii)            A scholarship holder under this Scheme will not hold any other scholarship /stipend. If awarded any other scholarship/stipend, the students can exercise his/her option for. either of the two scholarships/stipends, whichever is more beneficial to him/her and should inform the awarding authority through the Head of the institution about the option made. No scholarship will be paid to the students under this Scheme from the date he/she accepts an other scholarship/stipend. The student can however, accept free lodging or a grant or ad-hoc monetary help from the State Government or any other source for the purchase of books, equipment or for meeting the expenses on board and lodging in addition to the scholarship amount paid under this scheme.

 

xiii)          Students who have already received coaching in any of the pre-examination training centres with financial assistance from the Government will not be eligible.

 

xiv)           In case of unemployed students whose parents/guardians' income from all sources does not exceed Rs.44,500 per annum will be entitied for the scholarship under the scheme.

 

Note 1: So long as either of the parents (or husband in the case of married unemployed girl student) are alive, only income of the parents/husband, as the case may be, from all sources has to be taken into account and of no other members even though they may be earning. In the form of income declaration income is to be declared on this basis. Only in the case where both the parents (or husband in the case of married but unemployed girl student) have died, the income of the guardian who is supporting the student in his/her studies has to be taken into consideration. Such students whose parent's income is affected due to unfortunate death of one of earning parents and resultantly comes within the income ceiling prescribed under the scheme, shall become eligible for scholarship, subject to their fulfilling other conditions of eligibility, from the month in which such sad incidence takes place. Applications for scholarships from such students can be considered even after lapse of last date of receipt of applications, on compassionate grounds.

 

Note 2: House Rent Allowance received by the parents of a student shall be exempted from the computation of "income' if the same has been permitted to be exempted for purpose of income-Tax.

 

Note 3: Income Certificate is required to be taken once only, i.e., at the time of admission to courses which are continuing for more than one year

 

 

IV  VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP

 

The value of scholarship will include maintenance allowance, reader' charges for blind students, reimbursement of compulsory non-refundable fees, Study Tour Charges, thesis typing printing charge and book allowance for students pursuing correspondence courses, for complete duration of the course. The details are given below:

 

i) Maintenance Allowance

 

 

Course of

(Rs. per month)

Rate of maintenance allowance

 

 

Hostlers

Day Scholars

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

 

Group A

425

190

 

Medical/Engg. including Degree level Courses in Indian Medicine, B.A.M.S. & Comparable courses in Ayurvedic, Unani/Tibbia And Homeopathic System of Medicines.

 

 

 

B,Sc. (Agriculture / B.V.Sc. / B. F. Sc. (Fisheries)

 

 

 

Higher Technical and all professional studies Like degree and Post-graduate courses in Agricultural and Veterinary Science.

 

 

 

Group B

 

290

190

Diploma level courses in Indian Medicine and Comparable courses in Ayurvedic, Unani / Tibbia And Homeopathic System of Medicine

 

 

 

Diploma &; comparable courses in Engineering. Technology. Architecture, medicine, diploma level Courses in printing technology and courses for Overseer draftsman, surveyor. Commercial Pilot License. Diploma and higher courses in Hotel Management catering technology and applied Nutrition.

 

 

 

Degree and post-graduate course in nursing And pharmacy.

 

 

 

Wireless and television operators sound Recording and sound engineering motion Picture. photography, film direction / acting Screenplay/writing. Degree / post graduate Diploma courses in business management, Chartered and Cost / Works Accountancy.

 

 

 

Post Graduate courses in Science subjects.

 

 

 

Group C

 

290

190

Certificate course in Engineering Technology Architecture and Medicine. Diploma and Certificate courses in Agriculture. Pharmacy, Veterinary Science. Fisheries, Dairy Development, Hygience arid Public Health, Sanitary Inspector's' Course. Courses for Rural Service,. Cooperation and Community Development, Sub-Officers' Course at the National Fire Service College, Nagpur Library Science.

 

 

 

Degree/Post Graduate Diploma and Post Graduate Courses in Teachers' Training, Library Science and Physical Education, Music Fine Arts and Law, Craft Instructor's Training Course, Certificate Course In Hotel Management / Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition. Passenger Transport Management, Associate. Degree in Pharmacy. Post Graduate courses in Arts and Commerce subjects.

 

 

Group D

 

230

120

General Courses upto Graduate level

(2nd year and onward)

 

 

 

Group E

 

150

90

Classes XIth & XIIth in 10+2 System

 

 

 

Intermediate courses and first year of General courses upto graduate level

 

 

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Note 1: Commercial Pilot License Course (CPL)

 

CPL course shall be covered under Group 'B'. The number of

awards for CPL will be 20 per annum. Consequent upon receiving applications from concerned students, concerned State Governments/UT Admns should scrutinize them for determining their eligibility under the Scheme and thereafter intimate the number of eligible applications for CPL training (with their names) for each financial year to Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment (the applications themselves need not be sent to the Ministry). Upon receipt of such information, Ministry of Social Justice &. Empowerment will give clearance to the concerned States/UTs on the first-come first-serve basis upto 20 awards for the country as a whole. The selected candidates will be provided a maintenance allowance at rates applicable to Group 'B' courses, i.e., Rs. 290 per month for hostlers and Rs. 190 per month for day scholars. In addition all compulsory fees, including flight charges are to be provided in fee.

 

Note 2 M.Phil and Ph.D courses are post-graduation courses. Scholarship 'to such students may be paid at the rate of maintenance allowance for Group 'A', 'B' or 'C depending on the course under these groups.

 

Note 3:  Scholars who are entitled to free board-and/or lodging will be paid maintenance charges at 1/3rd of Hostlers' rate.

 

ii)  Reader Charged for blind students (Blind Scholars)

 

The blind scholars will be given additional amount as "Readers Charges' as mentioned below:

 

Group

Reader Allowance (Rs. p.m.)

Group A,B,C

100

Group D

75

Group E

50

 

iii)  Fees

 

Scholars will be paid enrolment/registration, tuition games, Union, Library, Magazine, Medical Examination and such other fees compulsorily payable by the scholar to the institution or University/Board. Refundable deposit like caution money, security deposit will, however, be excluded.

 

iv)  Study Tours:

 

Study tour charges upto a maximum of Rs. 500 per annum limited to the actual expenditure incurred by the student on transportation charges etc. will be paid to the scholars studying professional and technical courses, provided that the head of the institution certifies that the study tour is essential for the scholar for completion of his/her course of study

 

v)  Thesis typing/printing charges

 

Thesis typing/printing charges upto a maximum of Rs. 600 will be paid to research scholars on the recommendation of the Head of the Institution.

 

V. SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

 

All the eligible Other Backward Classes candidates will be given scholarship subject to the condition of eligibility prescribed in para III of this scheme. Candidates belonging to one State but studying in another State will be awarded scholarship by the State to which they belong and will submit their applications to the competent authorities in that State. In the matter of exemption from fees or other concessions also they will be treated as if they were studying in their own State.

 

VI DURATION AND RENEWAL OF AWARDS

 

i)                   The award once made will be tenable from the stage at which it is given to the completion of course subject to good conduct and regularity in attendance. It will be renewed from year to year provided that within a course which is continuous for a number of years, the scholar secures promotion to the next higher class irrespective of the fact whether such examinations are conducted by a University or the Institution.

 

ii)                 If an OBC scholar pursuing Group A courses fails in the examination for the first time, the award may be renewed, For second and subsequent failure in any class the student shall bear his/her own expenses until he/she secures promotion to the next higher class.

 

iii)              If a scholar is unable to appear in the annual examination owing to illness and or on account of any other unforeseeable event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate and/or other required sufficient proof to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution and his/her certifying that the scholar would have passed had he appeared in the examination.

 

iv)                If according to the Regulations of a University/institution, a student is promoted to the next higher class even though he/she may not have actua11y passed in lower class and is required to take examination of the junior class again after some time, he/she will be entitled to scholarship for the class to which he/she is promoted if the student is otherwise eligible for scholarship.

 

VII PAYMENT:

 

i)                   Maintenance charges shall be payable from 1st April or from the month of admission, whichever is, later, to the month in which the examinations are completed at the end of the academic year (including maintenance during holidays) provided that if the scholar secures admission after the 20th day of a month, the amount will be made from the month following the month of admission.

 

ii)                 In case of renewal of scholarships awarded in the previous years, maintenance charges will be paid from the month following the month upto which scholarship was paid in the previous year, if the course of study is continuous (e.g. from intermediate Jr. intermediate Sr. class).

 

iii)              All scholars are expected to purchase the necessary text books stationery, etc. out of the maintenance allowance sanctioned. If it is reported by the Head of the concerned Institution that a scholar is without text-books stationery etc the value of the scholarship may reduced at the discretion of the authority sanctioning the scholarship.

 

iv)                The scholarship money will be paid to the selected students by Government of the State/ Union. Territory's Administration to which they belong in accordance with the procedure laid down by them in this regard.

 

v)                  Scholarship will not be paid for the period of internship/housemanship in the M.B.B.S, course or for a practical training in other course if the student is in receipt of some remuneration during the internship period or some allowance/stipend during the practical training in other course.

 

 

VIII  OTHER CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD:

 

i)                   The scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholars. If it is reported by the Head of the Institution at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act or default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned etc., the authority sanctioning the scholarships may either cancel the scholarships or stop or withhold further payment for such period as it may think fit.

 

ii)                 If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statement his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid, will be recovered, at the discretion of the concerned State Government. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for scholarship in any scheme for ever.

 

iii)              A scholarship awarded may be cancelled if the scholar changes the subject of the course of study for which the scholarship were originally awarded or changes the Institution of study, without prior approval of the State Government. The Head of the Institution shall report such cases to them and stop payment of the scholarship money. The amount already Paid may also be recovered at the discretion of the State Government.

 

iv)                A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the discretion of the State Government, if during the course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.

 

v)                  The regulations can be changed at any time at the discretion of the Government of India.

 

IX  ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE SCHEME:

 

All the State Government/UT Admns will announce in May-June, the details of the scheme and invite applications by issuing an advertisement the leading newspapers of the State and through other media outfit.. All requests for application forms and other particulars should be addressed to the concerned State/UT to which students actually belong. The applicant should submit the completed application to the prescribed authority before the last date prescribed for receipt of applications.

 

X. PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING:

 

i) An application for scholarship should comprise:

 

a)     One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form (separate application forms have been prescribed for fresh and renewal scholarship).

 

b)     One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the student thereon (for fresh scholarship).

 

c)      One attested copy of certificates/diploma/degree etc. in respect of all examinations passed.

 

d)     A certificate (in original) of Caste duly signed by an authorized Revenue Officer now below the rank of Tehsildar.

 

e)     An income declaration by the parents/guardians stating definite income from all sources.

 

f)       A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in the previous year on the form attached to the application only duly countersigned by the Head of the Institution concerned, if the applicant was in receipt of a scholarship under this Scheme in the preceding year.

 

ii) Application complete in all respects shall be submitted to the Head of the Institution being attended or last attended by the candidates and shall be addressed to an officer specified for this purpose by the Government of State/Union Territory to which the student belong in accordance with the instructions issued by them from time to time.

 

iii) Incomplete applications or applications received after the prescribed date will not be considered.

 

XI MONITORING:

 

The monitoring of the financial and physical performance of the scheme will be done through seeking detailed information from the Agencies implementing the Scheme. On the physical aspects the Agencies implementing the scheme will be required to furnish quarterly progress reports regarding the number of beneficiaries receiving award under the scheme, both class-wise and gender-wise on the financial side details of actual expenditure incurred during the last financial year and expenditure proposed for the present financial year will be submitted by the Agencies concerned. The Agencies implementing the scheme with also be insisted upon to submit the latest audited accounts.

 

XII EVALUTION:

 

The Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment may get the scheme evaluated by entrusting a research study to reputed institutions/agencies, on the performance of the Scheme in different parts of the country, under this Ministry's centrally sponsored Scheme of Research and Training.

 

___________________________________________________________________________

 

(viii) SCHOLARSHIP/OPPORTUNITY COST TO SCHEDULED CASTES STUDENTS STUDYING IN 6TH TO 8TH CLASSES.

 

This is a Scheme of State Government in operation from

1-4-1985.

 

From

The Commissioner and Secretary to Govt., Haryana,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes

Department.

 

To

The Director,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backward Classes Department, Haryana,

Memo No. P-2/ 7322

Dated Chandigarh, the 21-3-86

 

Subject :- Scholarship/Opportunity cost to Scheduled caste students studying in 6th to 8th Classes.

 

Kindly refer to the subject cited above.

2. The governor of Haryana is pleased to accord sanction for the formulation of the scheme cited as subject & further sanction to the issue of Administrative approval-cum-incurring of expenditure of Rs. 114.00 lakhs (Rs. One crore and fourteen lakhs only) during the year 1985-86 The details of the scheme is as under:-

OBJECT

Main object of the scheme is to compensate parents of the students for being deprived of the earnings of the school-going children and to arrest drop-out among the scheduled caste students studying in 6th to 8th classes of Haryana in Government as well as recognized/affiliated privately managed schools.

PATTERN

Under the scheme an amount of Rs. 75/- per month per student as opportunity cost/stipend will be given to the students belonging to scheduled castes.

Condition of Eligibility

2.                 The student should belong to one of the caste classified as scheduled castes in Haryana by Govt. of India.

3.                 The student should be of domicile of Haryana State.

4.                 A failed student will be allowed no concession.

5.                 The Scheduled castes student whose parents, guardian are not income tax payee are eligible to get benefit under this scheme.

Other Terms and Conditions

1.                 The scheme shall be implemented by the Director, School Education, Haryana.

2.                 The stipend shall be given in the shape of cash.

3.                 The District welfare Officer/Tehsil welfare Officer will do random check under this scheme.

4.                 The Director school Education shall ensure that the stipend/ Opportunity cost is given to eligible students in time.

5.                 The Director, school Education shall intimate the welfare of Scheduled Castes and Back-ward Classes Deptt. Through a quarterly report about the amount spent and the No. of students benefited under the scheme

6.                 The scheme will be effective from 1-4-85 i.e. from the academic session 1985-86.

7.                 The amount so spent by the Education Department under the scheme shall be reconciled by the expending department with the amount booked in the record of Accountant General, Haryana.

Scope

The Scheme will cover 100% eligible Scheduled Caste boys and girls studying in 6th to 8th classes in the State.

Head of Account

The expenditure involved will deposited under the head, 288-Social Security and welfare-C-welfare of Scheduled Castes/Tribes and other Backward Classes Opportunity cost/ scholarship to Scheduled caste students studying in 6th to 8th classes (Plan)

The unspent/undisbursed amount of recoveries of over payments may be credited to the head, 088-Receipt from the Schemes for welfare of scheduled castes/scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes.

The Director School Education, Haryana will be the Drawing & Disbursing Officer for the drawal of the amount under this shame.

This issues with the concurrence of finance Department conveyed vide their U.O.No.1(70)-3FG-11-86/327 dated 21-3-1986.

 

 

Sd/-

Joint secretary.

For Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana.

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Deptt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 1]80]000 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 518-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr Ldwy ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

      mijksDr Ldhe esa NBh ls vkaBoh d{kk esa i<+us okys vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks nh tkus okyh jkfk dks c<+kdj 30@&:0 ds LFkku ij 75@&:0 dj nh xbZ gS A

 


 

(ix) PURCHASE OF BOOKS AND STATIONERY ARTICLES TO SCHEDULED CASTES/VIMUKET AND TAPRIWAS JATIS STUDENTS STUDYING IN 6th TO 10+2 CLASSES.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

Introduction

(i)                 It has been pointed out by the Indian Council of Social Research that there are problems of drop outs amongst the students belonging to Scheduled Castes between Primary and Middle Classes because the boys in this age become financial assists to the poor family by engaging them in menial jobs. Resultantly, 1971 Census reveals that the literacy rate of the Scheduled Castes was merely 12.60% against the general literacy rate of the total population of 27.89%. In order to over come this problems, the department has proposed a new scheme Grant for the purchase of books and stationery articles to Scheduled Castes students studying in 6th, 7th and 8th classes in the Annual Plan 1979-80.

(ii)              According to the educational statistic 1976-77, there are 36351 Scheduled Castes students (boys and girls) studying in 6th, 7th and 8th classes. In order to cover all the students under this scheme, a sum of Rs. 7.20 lakhs has been provided for the year 1979-80.

2. Object

The scheme aims at providing incentive in the form of books grant from cash @ Rs. 150/- per annum scheduled castes /vimkut and tapriwas jatis students studing in 6th to 8th class and fromRs. 200/-each per annum for the students studying in the 9th to 10+2 classes.

3. Scope

The scheme will cover all the boys and girls Scheduled Castes eligible students studying in 6th to 10+2 classes.

4. Conditions of Eligibility

(i)                 The book grant shall be given only to one child of the same parents/guardians. If there are two or more than two students of the same parents/guardians studying in higher class shall be given book grant.

(ii)              The book grant shall be given to those students who have passed their lower classes. The failed students will not be eligible for this grant.

(iii)            The students receiving book grant from any other source shall not be eligible for book grant under this scheme.

5. Other Terms and Conditions

(i)                 The scheme shall be implemented through the Director Public Instructions, Haryana by the field staff of the Education Department i.e. D.E.O./S.D.E.O. and Principal/Head Master/head Mistress of Higher Secondary/high/Middle schools.

(ii)              The book grant shall be given in the shape of cash so that students may purchase new or old books according to their availability.

(iii)            The grant shall be disbursed to the eligible student in the presence of District/Tehsil Welfare Officer of the Welfare Department.

(iv)             The Director, Public Instructions Haryana shall ensure that books grants is given to every eligible student by the end of July of every academic year.

(v)                The Director, Public Instructions Haryana shall intimate the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department about the amount spent and the number of class wise students benefited immediately after the amount is disbursed but not later that September of every academic year in the case.

 

The amount so spent by the Education Department under the Scheme shall be reconciled by the expending department with the amount booked in the record of the A.G., Haryana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 1]50]000 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 214-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr Ldwy ds eq[;kv;kid@/kkukpk;Z ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

      fnukad 01-01-2007 ls mijksDr Ldhe esa Nk=o`fRr NBh ls vkaBoh d{kk esa i<+us okys vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks nh tkus okyh jkfk dks c<+kdj 80@&:0 ds LFkku ij 150@&:0 rFkk ukSaoh ls ckgjaoh d{kk esa i<+us okys vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks 120@&:0 ds LFkku ij 200@&:0 jkfk dj nh xbZ gS A

 


 

(X) MERITORIOUS INCENTIVE TO SCHEDULED CASTES STUDENTS WHO SECURE 1ST DEVISION FROM POST MATRIC TO POST GRADUATE INCLUDING MEDICAL, ENGINEERING, AGRICULTRE AND VETERINARY ETC COURSES.

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

From

Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward

Classes Department, Chandigarh.

To

The Director,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward

Classes Department Haryana.

 

No. Dated Chandigarh, the 10-2-97

 

Subject:- Meritorious incentive to Scheduled Castes students who secure 1st Division from Post Matric to Post Graduate including Medical, Engineering, Agriculture and Veterinary-Scheme thereof.

 

Kindly refer to the subject cited above.

2. The Governor of Haryana is pleased to accord sanction for the formulation of the scheme cited above as subject and further sanction to the issue of administrative: approval-cum-including of expenditure of Rs. 2.50 lakh (Rs. Two lakhs & fifty thousand only) during the year 1996-97. This amount may be got adjusted in the revised estimates. The details of the scheme is as under-

Object

Main object of the scheme is to promote higher education qualitatively amongst students of Haryana domicile belonging to Scheduled Castes studying in Govt as well as recognised/affiliated colleges/institutions.

Condition of Eligibility

i) The students should belong to one of the castes classified as Scheduled Castes in Haryana by Govt. of India.

ii) The student should be bonafide resident of Haryana State.

iii) The incentive will be available to the student of 10+2 Classes (including Vocational)/Graduate/Post Graduate including Medical/Engineering/ Agriculture/ Veterinary Courses who secure 1st division in the first attempt.

iv) There will be no ceiling of income of parents/guardians of the students under this scheme as the incentive will be in recoganiton to their ability.

v) Candidates who peruse their studies through correspondence courses will also be eligible.

PATTERN

The incentive money instituted for various courses of students are as under---

Sr.No

Class

Amount of incentive

(i)

Senior Secondary (+2)

Rs. 3000/-

(ii)

Graduate/Post Graduate

Rs. 4500/-

(iii)

Graduate/Post Graduation Medical, Agriculture, Technical and Animal Husbandry.

Rs. 6000/-

The above amount will be paid in lump-sum.

The amount of incentive will be sanctioned by the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district.

 

PROCEDURE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHEME

The application will be invited by the Director, welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes from the eligible Scheduled Caste students by giving wide publicity in the leading Newspapers and All India Radio. The application in the prescribed Performa should be sent to the Dstrict Welfare Officer who will examine/secrutinise the application on the basis of documents furnished by the applicant and submit papers to the Deputy Commissioner concerned for according sanction of incentive with a copy to the Director, welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Department, Haryana and Institution/University/Department concerned attended last.

2. After the sanction issued by the Deputy Commissioner, the District welfare Officer will draw the amount and disburse to the same to the concerned students.

3. The award of cash incentive is subject to the availability of funds.

4. The decision of the Deputy Commissioner will be final in this regard.

 

HEAD OF ACCOUNT

The expenditure involved will be debitable under the head, 2225-Welfare of Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes-01- Welfare of Scheduled Castes-800 other expenditure Meritorious us incentive to Scheduled Caste students who secure 1st division in Post Metric/Post Graduate classes.

This issues with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their U.O. No. 1/124/92-IFG-II/2894 dated 16-1-97.

 

Sd/-

Joint Secretary

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.

HaryanaWelfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Department,

Chandigarh.

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftlds fy, bl foHkkx ls lEcfU/kr ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks fro"kZ jkf'k nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 1100 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 13-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA


 

(xi) STIPEND DENOTIFIED TRIBES (VIMUKAT JATIES)STUDENTS FROM Ist to POST-GRADUATE CLASSES.

 

Subject: Welfare of Denotified Tribes(Vimukat Jatis) Award of stipend Schemes.

This is a scheme of State Government.

The monthly rates of stipends available to vim-uket Jatis under this scheme are as under:-

Sr. No.

Name of the classes

Day scholar

Revived rates Hosteller

1.

I to V

10/-

40/-

2.

VI to VIII

15/-

60/-

3.

IX to XI

16/-

70/-

4.

J.B.T.

50/-

75/-

5.

T.A.

55/-

80/-

6.

T.BO.

55/-

80/-

7.

B.A.

70/-

115/-

8.

B.SC

70/-

115/-

9.

B.COM

70/-

115/-

10.

Polytechnic

100/-

125/-

11.

B.ED/.ET.

100/-

125/-

12.

M.A./M.Sc.

100/-

125/-

13.

Medical

100/-

185/-

14.

Engineering

100/-

185/-

15.

L.L.B.

100/-

185/-

Notes:-

(i) The Denotified Tribes (Vimukat Jaties) student whose parents, guardian are not income tax payee are eligible to get benefit under this scheme.

(ii) Plucked students are not aligible for stipend under this scheme in the same classes.

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 5400 foeqDr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 9-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr Ldwy ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


(xii) DR. AMBEDKAR MEDHAVI CHHATTAR YOUJNA.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

 

s"kd

vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA

 

lsok esa]

funs'kd]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ]

dY;k.k foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+A

 

ekad% 2313&l-d-1&2005

fnukad% 12-09-2005

fo"k;%& Mk0 vEcsMdj es/kkoh Nk= ;kstukA

 

mijksDr fo"k; ds lanHkZ esaA

2- gfj;k.kk ds jkT;iky }kjk vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ ds es/kkoh Nk=ksa@Nk=kvksa dks mPp f'k{kk kIr djus ds fy, ksRlkfgr djus gsrw Mk0 vEcsMdj es/kkoh Nk= ;kstuk dh Lohd`fr nku dh tkrh gSA Ldhe dk foLr`r fooj.k bl dkj gS%&

mn~ns';

vktdy f'k{kk fo'ks"kdj eSfVd ds ckn dh f'k{kk cgqr egaxh gks xbZ gS rFkk vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ ds Nk=ksa@Nk=kvksa }kjk f'k{kk dk [kpZ ogu dj ikuk dfBu gksrk gSA ftlds QyLo#i os vkxs dh i<+kbZ ugha dj ikrs gSaA blfy, bl Ldhe dk eq[; mn~ns'; lHkh vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka Cykd *,* o ch ,ao fiNM+s oxZ (Cykd *,*) ds es/kkoh Nk=ksa@Nk=kvksa dks eSfVd ds ckn mPp f'k{kk kIr djus ds fy, ksRlkfgr djuk gS rkfd os mPp f'k{kk ij vkus okys [kpZ Nk=o`fr ds #i esa kIr gksus okyh jkf'k esa ls iwjk dj ldsaA

ik=rk dh 'krsZa

(i)              fo/kkFkhZ gfj;k.kk dk eqy fuoklh rFkk gfj;k.kk dh lHkh vuqlwfpr tkfr Cykd *,* o ch ,ao fiNM+s oxZ (Cykd *,*) ls lacf/kr gksuk pkfg,A

 

(ii)           fo/kkFkh }kjk eSfVd dh ijh{kk esa de ls de 60 fr'kr vad kIr fd, gksus pkfg,A

 

(iii)        ;g Nk=ko`fr eSfjV ds vk/kj ij fro"kZ Fke 5000 vuqlwfpr tkfr (lHkh tkfr;ka) ]1000 fiNMs+ oxZ (Cykd *,*) rFkk 750 fiNMs+ oxZ (Cykd *ch*) ds 10$1 rFkk iksyVSfDud@vkbZ0Vh0vkbZ0 ds izFke okZ esa i<us okys Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks nh tk,xh rFkk 10$1 o iksyVSfDud@vkbZ0Vh0vkbZ0 ikl djus ds mijkar bu Nk=kksa dks 10$2 d{kk esa Hkh tkjh jgsxhA buesa ls 80 fr'kr Nk= gfj;k.kk f'k{kk cksMZ rFkk 20 fr'kr Nk= dsUnzh; f'k{kk cksMZ ds ijh{kk ifj.kke ds vk/kkj ij p;fur fd, tk,xsaA ;fn dsUnzh; f'k{kk cksMZ ds 20 izfrkr Nk= miyC/k ugha gksrs rks mruh gh jkfk gfj;k.kk fk{kk cksMZ ds Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks nh tk;sxh A

 

(iv)         ;ksX;rk lwfp gfj;k.kk fo|ky; f'k{kk cksMZ o dsUnzh; fo|ky; f'k{kk cksMZ ds ijh{kk ifj.kke ds vk/kj ij vyx&vyx rS;kj dh tk,xhA

 

(v)            ;g Nk=o`fr gfj;k.kk jkT; ds ljdkjh@ekU;rk kIr rFkk fcuk ekU;rk kIr Ldqyksa@dkystksa@laLFkkvksa es i<+us okys Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks nh tk,xhA

 

(vi)         ;g Nk=o`fr 1000@& #0 frekl dh nj ls ,d o"kZ esa 10 ekl ds fy, nh tk,xhA

 

(vii)      bl Ldhe ds vUrZxr ykHk kIr djus okys Nk= dks fdlh vU; f'k{kk lacfU/kr Ldhe ds rgr Nk=o`fr kIr djus ds ik= ugha gksxsa] ijUrq Nk=o`fr ds bykok vU; lqfo/kk,a kIr djus ds ik= gksxsaA

 

(viii)   10$1 esa Qsy gksus okys Nk=ksa dks 10$2 d{kk esa Nk=ko`fr ugha nh tk,xhA

 

Ldhe dh ifjpkfyr djus dh .kkyh

R;sd o"kZ gfj;k.kk fo|ky; f'k{kk cksMZ o dsUnzh; fo|ky; f'k{kk cksMZ ds ijh{kk ifj.kke ds vk/kj ij funs'kd vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ]dY;k.k foHkkx }kjk vyx&vyx eSfjV lqph rS;kj dh tk,xhA blds fy, lekpkj i=ksa esa foKkiu ns dj vkosnu i= vkeaf=r fd, tk,axsA Nk= viuk vkosnu i= laLFkk@Ldwy@dkyst ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z ls lR;kfir djok dj Hkstsxsa ftl esa os 10$1 o 10$2 d{kk esa i<+ jgs gSaA vkosnu i= ds lkFk fiNyh d{kk ikl djus dk ek.k i=] tkfr ek.k&i= o gfj;k.kk MksehlkbZy ek.k i= dh ekf.kr fr;ka yxkuk vko';d gSA vkosnu i= kIr djus dh vfUre frFkh funs'kd vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ]dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk fu/kZkfjr dh tk,xh rFkk bl Ldhe ds v/khu rS;kj dh xbZ lwfp ds vuqlkj jkf'k Lohd`r djus gsrw mifunskd fk{k.k gksaxsa o mu ds }kjk jkf'k Mk djus mijkUr lacaf/r laLFkk@Ldwy@dkyst ds eq[;k;kid@ /kukpk;Z ds ek/;e ls forfjr dh tk,xhA lEcfU/kr laLFkk@Ldwy@dkyst ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z }kjk jkf'k dh vnk;xh djds jlhn funs'kd vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ] dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk dks Hksth tk,xhA

bl ;kstuk ds vUrZxr gksus okyk [kpZ fuEufyf[kr 'kh"kZ ls tqVk;k tk,xk%&

2225-Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes-01-Welfare of Sch. Caste-277-Education 77-Dr. Amedkar Medhavi Chhatar Yojna-(Plan).

 

;g Lohd`fr foRr foHkkx ds v'kk0ekad 1@58@2002@1 ,Q- th- kk@1775 fnukad 24-08-2005 }kjk nh xbZ e=a.kk vuqlkj tkjh dh tk jgh gSA

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% foRrk;qDr ,ao /ku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 2000 vuqlwfpr tkfr Cykd Cykd *,* o Cykd *ch* rFkk fiNMs+ oxZ Cykd *,* ds 1000 Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS A

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki Ldwy@dkyst ds iz/kkukpk;Z o ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

      bl Ldhe esa fo|kFkhZ viuk vkosnu i= vius ftyk ds ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ds dk;kZy; esa nsosa A gfj;k.kk jkT; ls lEcaf/kr fo|kFkhZ] tks p.Mhx< esa i< jgs gSa viuk vkosnu i= ft0d0v0] iapdwyk ds dk;kZy; esa rFkk fnYyh esa i<us okys fo|kFkhZ viuk vkosnu i= ft0d0v0] xqMxkao o Qjhnkckn ds dk;kZy; esa nsosa A


(xiii) SCHEME FOR THE GRANT OF INTEREST FREE LOAN TO THE POST MATRIC/POST GRADUATE SCHEDULED CASTES STDUENTS FOR THE PURCHASE OF TEXT BOOKS AND STATIONARY.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

From

The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes,

To

The Director

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes,

Department, Haryana, Chandigarh

 

Memo No. 1250-SW (4)-88

Dated Chandigarh, the 26-4-88

 

Subejct : Scheme for the Grant of Interest Free Loan to the Post Matric/Post Graduate Scheduled Castes students for the purchase of Text Books and Stationary.

---------------

Object : Main object of the Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the Post Matric/Post Graduate Scheduled Castes students for the purchase of Text Books and Stationary articles.

 

Pattern : The amount of loan will be given as Interest Free loan to the students of Scheduled Castes as under :

 

(i)

Post Matric (10+1, 10+2 to B.A./B.Sc. B.Com/TDC-III)

 

Rs. 800/- per year per student

(ii)

Post Graduate (M.A./M.Sc./M.Com L.L.B. and L.L.Ms/B.Ed/M.Phil or equivalent

 

Rs. 1500/- per year per student

 

(iii)

Training Courses Degree in Engg. Vetarinary Agri. and Medical.

 

Rs. 2000/- per year per student

 

 


Conditions of Eligibility :

1. The student should belong to one of the Caste classified as Scheduled Castes in Haryana by Govt. of India.

2. The student should be a domicile of Haryana State.

3. The Scheduled Castes students, whose parents/guardians are Gazetted officers or income Tax payee are not eligible for grant of interest free loan under this scheme.

4. Training Courses such as J.B.T./Overseer training/Pharmacy Training/Inspector/Sub Inspector Training will not be eligible under this scheme.

Other terms and Conditions :

1. The loan amount shall be given in cash.

2. The student shall given an applicaiton in the prescribed form to the District Welfare Officer through concerned Head of the Institution.

3. The student shall execute an agreement bond and surety before the disbursement of loan.

4. The agreement bond and surety bond will be executed once for the whole course.

5. The amount of loan will be sanctioned in lumpsum and will be disbursed every year as prescribed under head pattern.

6. The loan amount sanctioned will be recovered in equal monthly instalment of Rs.50/- immediately from the date of employment/ self occupation/Business etc. or one year of completion of studies/course whichever is earlier.

7. In case of default in payment of recovery, loan will be recovered in lumpsum as arrears of Land Revenue.

8. The student himself will be responsible about the intimation of being employed in service.

9. The student belonging to other states and studying in Haryana State will not be eligible for the loan.

10. The amount of loan will be Sanctioned by the Deputy Commissioner concerned.

11. The amount so sanctioned by the Deputy Commissioner will be drawn and disbussed by the District welfare officer concerned.

12. The application form, Agreement bond, surety bond and form D will be in the following manner :

(i) Application for loan will be given in prescribed form A on plain paper.

(ii) Agreement bond will be given in the prescribed form D on a non Judicial Stamp paper of Rs. 3/-

(iii) Surety bond will be given by a surety in the prescribed form C on non judicial stamp paper Rs. 3/-

(iv) Other General condition will be governed as mentioned in from D on Judicial Paper.

5. This issues with the concurrence of the Financial Department conveyed vide U.O. No. 1 (26)-3FGII-85/768, datd 29-3-88

Sd/-

Deputy Secretary

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Social Welfare Department & Welfare of

Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Department.

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftlds fy, bl foHkkx ls lEcfU/kr ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks fro"kZ jkf'k nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 7500 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks iqLrdsa ,ao ys[ku lkexzh gsrw ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 60-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA

      mijksDr Ldhe esa vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks iqLrdsa ,ao ys[ku lkexzh [kjhnus gsrq iksLV eSfV~zd ds Nk=ksa dks 800@&:0 ds LFkku ij 2000@:0] iksLV xzsT;qV ds Nk=ksa dks 1500@:0 ds LFkku ij 4000@&:0 rFkk EkSMhdy] bUthfj;ax rFkk oSVjus;j fMxzh bR;kfn ds Nk=ksa dks 2000@&:0 ds LFkku ij 6000@:0 dh jkfk nsus ckjs ekuuh; eq[;eU=h egksn; }kjk ?kksk.kk dj nh xbZ gS vkSj ykxw djus dk ekeyk fopkjk/khu gS A

 


(xiv) FREE RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES TO THE MERITORIOUS SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

izs"kd

foRrk;qDr ,ao /kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA

 

lsok esa]

funs'kd]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k]

foHkkx] gfj;k.kkA

ekad% 2264&,l-MCy;w2&2002

fnukad% 26-06-2002

 

fo"k;%& vuqlwfpr tkfr ds es/kkoh Nk=@Nk=kvksa ds fy, vkoklh; Nk=o`fr ;kstukA

 

mijksDr fo"k; ds lanHkZ esaA

2& gfj;k.kk ds jkT;iky }kjk vuqlwfpr tkfr ds es/kkoh Nk=ks@Nk=kvksa ds fy, vkoklh; Nk=o`fr ;kstuk dk vuqeksnu djrs gq, o"kZ 2002&03 ds nkSjku 50-00 yk[k #0 ipkl yk[k #i;s dsoy [kpZ djus dh lgefr nku dh tkrh gSA Ldhe dk foLr`r fooj.k fuEu dkj gS%&

mn~ns';

gfj;k.kk jkT; }kjk xzkeh.k {ks= dk vuqlwfpr tkfr dk dkbZ Hkh es/kkoh Nk= xjhch ds dkj.k vPNs 'kgj esa Nk=kokl esa jgdj vius 'kS{kf.kd thou dks vkxs c<kus ls oafpr u jg tk,] blfy, gfj;k.kk ljdkj }kjk eSfVdksRrj v;;u ds fy, vkoklh; Nk=o`fr nsus dh ,d jkT; Lrjh; Nk=o`fr ;kstuk 'kq# dh tk jgh gSA ;g vkoklh; Nk=o`fr ;kstuk o"kZ fr o"kZ tkjh j[kh tk,xhA

dk;Z{ks=

;g Nk=o`fr dsoy gfj;k.kk jkT; ds fdlh jktdh; vFkok ekU;rk kIr fo|ky; vFkok egkfo|ky; o foofo|ky; ds Nk=kokl esa jg dj i<+kbZ djus ds vfrfjDr Lao;lsoh LoSfPNd laLFkkvksa }kjk Nk=koklksa tSls Mk- vEcsMdj Nk=kokl] dchj Nk=kokl] xq# Nk=kokl bR;kfn ftUgsa dsUnz ;k jkT; ljdkj ls vuqnku kIr gksrk gS ;k ekU;rk gks] esa jgus okys Nk=ksa dks Hkh Nk=o`fr nku dh tk,xhA Ldhe ds nq#Ikz;ksx dks jksdus gsrw Ldhe dks ifjikfyr djus okyk kkklfd; foHkkx fk{kk foHkkx lLaFkk dh ekf.kdrk ckjs fu.kZ; ysus esa l{ke gksxkA

vk/kkj

bl ;kstuk ds vUrxZr fuEufyf[kr ijh{kkvksa ds ifj.kkeksa ds vk/kkj ij Nk=o`fr;ka nh tk,xh%&

(ii)           fo/kky; Lrj dh ifj{kk vFkkZr eSfVd@gkbZLdwy vFkok led{k ijh{kk 10$2 d{kk rdA

 

(iii)        10$2 i)fr dh 10oha d{kk vFkok dksbZ led{k ijh{kk Fke fMxzh rdA

 

(iv)         Fke fMxzh ijh{kk vFkkZr ch-,-@ch-,l-lh-@ch-dke ikl vFkok dksbZ led{k ijh{kk & Fke LukrdksRrj fMxzh rd A

 

ik=rk ,ao ;ksX;rk,a

 

(i)              dsoy gfj;k.kk dh vuqlwfpr tkfr ls lEcfU/r ,ao gfj;k.kk jkT; ds xzkeh.k@kgjh {ks= ds es/kkoh Nk= @Nk=k,a bu Nk=o`fr;ksa ds fy, ik= gksaxsA

 

(ii)           ik= Nk=@Nk=kvksa }kjk eSfVd ;k 10$2 gfj;k.kk jkT; ds fdlh xzkeh.k fo|ky;@egkfo|ky; ls ikl gksuh pkfg,A

 

(iii)        bl ;kstuk dk ykHk kIr djus ds fy, fo|kFkhZ }kjk nloha d{kk esa de ls de 60 fr'kr vad rFkk vU; vk?kkj ifj{kkvksa esa foKku fok;ksa esa de ls de 60 fr'kr vad o dyk ,ao okf.kT; fo"k;ksa esa 55 fr'kr vad kIr fd, gksus pkfg,A

 

(iv)         bu vkoklh; Nk=o`fr;ksa ds fy, dksb vk;q lhek ugha gSA vr% vk;q ek.k i= nsus dh vko';drk ugha gksxhA

 

(v)            ;s Nk=o`fr;ka dsoy gfj;k.kk jkT; ds jktdh;@ekU;rk kIr 'kS{kf.kd laLFkkvksa esa fu;ehr #i ls iw.kZ dkfyd v;;u djus okys Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks nh tk,xhA

 

(vi)         Nk=o`fr;ksa ds ik= Nk=@Nk=k,a fdlh vU; Nk=o`fr ds ik= ugha gksaxsA

 

(vii)      Nk=@Nk=kvksa us vxyh d{kk esa os'k mlh o"kZ fy;k gks ftl o"kZ mlus vk/kkj@iwoZ ijh{kk ikl dh gksA

 

(viii)   R;sd ik= Nk=@Nk=kvksa ds fy, vkxkeh d{kk@d{kkvksa esa U;wure 50 fr'kr vad ysuk vko';d gksxk vU;Fkk mldh Nk=o`fr dk uohdj.k ugha fd;k tk,xkA

 

(ix)         ;s Nk=o`fr;ka dsoy Nk=kokl esa jgdj v;;u djus okys Nk=@Nk=kvksa ds fy, gSA ;fn Nk=@Nk=kvksa }kjk Nk=kokl vFkok i<+kbZ chp esa NksM+ nh tkrh gS rks ,slk djus dh frFkh ls Nk=o`fr gsrw ik=rk lekIr gks tk,xhA

 

(x)            ,d LVst@fMxzh ds fy, dsoo ,d gh ckj ;g Nk=o`fr nh tk,xhA ,d ckj ,d LVst vFkok fo"k; ds fy, ,d Nk=o`fr ysus ds mijkUr mlh ds led{k vU; LVst vFkok fo"k; ds fy, Nk=o`fr iqu% ns; ugha gksxhA

 

(xi)         ;g Ldhe eqy #Ik esa xzkeh.k {ks= ds Nk=ksa gsrw bl Ldhe ds vUrZxr ykHk kIr djus ds fy, dksbZ vk; lhek ugha gSA ijUrw 'kgjh {ks= ds fy, bl Ldhe ds vUrZxr ykHk kIr djus gsrq Nk= ds ekrk firk@vfHkHkkod dh okf"kZsd vk; ,d yk[k #0 ls vf/kd ugha gksuh pkfg,A vk; dk ek.k nsuk vk;;d gSA

 

Nk=o`fr dh njsa ,ao vU; lqfo/kk,a

 

(i)              Nk=o`fr 700@& #i;s fr ekl vFkok Nk=kokl esa jgus ,ao [kkus dk [kpZ tks Hkh de gksA

 

(ii)           ;g Nk=o`fr@[kpZ fr o"kZ d{kk esa os'k mijkUr] Nk=kokl esa os'k ysus dh frFkh ls ijh{kk ds vfUre fnu rd gh ns; gksxhA

 

(iii)        iqLrdsa [kjhnus gsrq 2000@& #i;s fr Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks fn, tk,xsaA

(iv)         vfrfjDr Nk=o`fr mDr Nk=ko`fr ,ao lqfo/kkvksa ds lkFk&lkFk R;sd ik= Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks fr o"kZ 1500@& #0 dh jkf'k LVs'kujh ,ao vU; fofo/k [kpZ ds fy, vfrfjDr Nk=o`fr ds #i esa nh tk,xhA


 

Nk=ko`fr dh vof/k rFkk bldk uohdj.k%&

 

vof/k% ftl ikB~;e@LVst ds fy, Nk=o`fr Lohd~r dh xbZ gS] og Nk=o`fr ml ikB~;e@LVst ds iwoZ gksus rd nh tk,xh ijUrw blds fy, Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks d{kk@Nk=kokl esa fu;fer #i lss mifLFkfr rFkk larks"ktud vkpj.k rFkk bLk uhfr esa of.kZr vU; 'krsZa iw.kZ djuk vfuok;Z gSA

 

uohdj.k% ftl ikB~;e@LVst ds fy, Nk=o`fr Lohd~r dh xbZ gS] mldh lekfIr rd Nk=o`fr dk okf"kZd vk/kj ij uohdj.k fd;k tk,xk ijUrq uohdj.k ds fy, iwoZ d{kk@d{kkvksa esa de ls de 50 fr'kr vad kIr djuk] larks"ktud vkpj.k rFkk Nk=kokl@d{kk esa fu;fer mifLFkfr rFkk bl uhfr esa of.kZr vUl 'krsZa iw.kZ djuk vfuok;Z gSA

u;s ikB~;e@LVst ds fy, Nk=o`fr gsrw iqu% eqY;kadu fd;k tk,xk rFkk bls ubZ Nk=o`fr ekuk tk,xkA

vU; 'krsZa

(i)                                      ;g Nk=o`fr mrus gh le; ds fy, ns; gksxh ftrus le; rd ik= Nk=@Nk=k lEcfU/kr laLFkku ds Nk=okl esa jgk gksA ;fn Nk=@Nk=kvksa }kjk i<+kbZ rFkk Nk=okl chp es gh NksM+ fn;k tkrk gS rks mlls bl uhfr ds vUrxZr Ldwy ikB~;e@d{kk ds nkSjku nh xbZ iw.kZ jkf'k okil ys yh tk,xhA

(ii)                                   ;fn dksbZ Nk=@Nk=k xYr lwpuk vFkok xYr@>qBs ys[k ds vk/kj ij og Nk=o`fr dk ykHk kIr djrk gS rks Nk=o`fr jn~n dj nh tk,xh vkSj bl uhfr ds vUrxZr nh xbZ lEiw.kZ jkf'k rFkk Nk=o`fr dh jkf'k dh C;kt lfgr olwyh dh tk,xhA

(iii)                                ;fn dksbZ ik= Nk=@Nk=k mPprj f'k{kk vk;qDr] gfj;k.kk dh vuqefr ds fcuk vius 'kS{kf.kd laLFkku] ikB~;e vFkok fo"k; esa ifjorZu djrk gS rks mldh Nk=o`fr jn/k dj nh tk,xhA

vkosnu djus dh fof/k%&

bl Nk=o`fr ckjs lekpkj i=ksa esa lwpuk nh tk,xhA kpk;Z vius 'kS{kf.kd laLFkku ds lwpuk iV~V ij bl ckjs uksfVl yxok,saA

Nk=o`fr gsrw vkosnu i=k lEcfU/kr ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh vFkok tSlk fd lekpkj i=ksa esa mYys[k gks] ml laLFkku@dk;kZy; ls kIr fd, tk ldsxsaA

vkxkeh d{kk esa os'k ysus ij Nk=o`fr gsrw vkosnu i= mlh laLFkku ds kpk;Z ls ekf.kr djok dj fuf'pr vof/k rd fofufnZ"V dk;kZy; esa Hkstuk gksxkA

 

Nk=o`fr Hkqxrku

 

bl Nk=okl esa Nk=o`fr ,ao vU; lqfo/kkvksa dh jkf'k lh/ks lEcfU/kr kpk;Z dks Hksth tk,xhA

vfrfjDr Nk=o`fr@o`frdk dh jkf'k Nk=@Nk=kvksa dks kpk;Z ds ek;e ls fu;ekuqlkj nh tk,xhA

lEcfU/kr kpk;Z bl ckjs vius Dyse iw.kZ fooj.k lfgr mPprj f'k{kk] vk;qDr gfj;k.kk dks HkstsaA

jkf'k O;oLFkk

bl ;kstuk dk lkjk [kpZ vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx }kjk ogu fd;k tk,xkA ;g [kpZ fuEufyf[kr 'kh"kZ ls tqVk;k tk,xk%&

 

2225-Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes-01-Welfare of Sch. Caste-277-Education Providing of free residential facilities to the meritorious Sch. Castes students residing in rural areas-plan. (2002-2006).

 

bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr jkf'k fjfyt djus gsrw vkosnu o izcU/kd vf/kdkjh mPprj f'k{kk vk;qDr gksxsaA

;g Lohd`fr foRr foHkkx ds v'kk0ekad 1@88@2002@1 ,Q- th- kk@1332 fnukad 31-05-2002 }kjk nh xbZ e=ak.kk vuqlkj tkjh dh tk jgh gSA

 

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% foRrk;qDr ,ao /ku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA


i`0ekad 2264&,l-MCy;w-(2)2002@ fnukad 26-06-2002

 

,d fr fuEufyf[kr dks lqpukFkZ ,ao vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw sf"kr gS%&

 

1-                                       egkys[kkdkj (ys[kk ,ao gdnkjh) gfj;k.kk p.Mhx<+ dks Hkstdj vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd mPprj f'k{kk vk;qDr] gfj;k.kk dks lEcfU/kr [ktkus ls fudyokus gsrw 'kfDr;ka nku djus dk d"V djsaA

2- egkys[kkdkj (vkfMV) gfj;k.kk A

3- mPprj f'k{kk vk;qDr] gfj;k.kkA

4- lHkh ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh] gfj;k.kk jkT; esaA

 

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% foRrk;qDr ,ao /kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA

 

,d fr foRrk;qDr ,ao /ku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj foRr foHkkx dks muds v'kk0ekad 1@58@2002@1 ,Q- th- kk@1332 fnukad 31-05-2002 ds lanHkZ esa sf"kr gSA

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% foRrk;qDr ,ao /ku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k foHkkxA

lsok esa]

foRrk;qDr ,ao /ku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

foRr foHkkxA

 

v'kk0ekad 2264&,l-MCy;w(2) 2002@ fnukad 26-06-2002

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe gfj;k.kk ds f'k{kk foHkkx }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftl ds fy, f'k{kk foHkkx dks vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk jkf'k fr o"kZ nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 100 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=kksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 9-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr Ldwy ds eq[;k;kid@/kkukpk;Z ls lEidZ djsaA leL;k dk lek/ku u gksus ij lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

      tks Lao;lsoh laLFkk;sa] LoSfPNd laLFkk;sa bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr es/kkoh Nk=ksa dks vkoklh; lqfo/kk;sa iznku djus dh bPNqd gSa] og ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsa A


(xv) SCHEME FOR AVAILING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR HIGHER COMPETITIVE/ ENTRANCE EXAMINATION TO SCHEDULED CASTE AND BACKWARD CLASSES CANDIDATES.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

INTRODUCTION

There are no facilities available in Haryana where professionally trained teachers impart coaching for IAS and other higher services competitive examinations to Scheduled Caste/boys/girls, although there are certain private institutions located in Delhi or other parts of India who impart coaching and provide study material for intending competitors for Civil Services/ Higher Services Examination/Pre-Entrance test for medical and Engineering institutions. The Scheduled Caste boys/girls are unable to avail these facilities because of their weak financial position. This also explains inadequate representation of bonafied Scheduled Caste residents of Haryana in Central Services.

OBJECT

The object of the scheme is to enable the Scheduled Caste candidates to avail postal/class room coaching in Civil Services like IFS, IAS & Allied Services and any other Higher Services Examinations conducted by the UPSC/HPSC/LIC/GIC/Railway Recruitment Board/Banking Recruitment Board and any other recruiting agency of State and Central Govt. in various private professional institutions. Beside this, personal, postal coaching for Pre-Entrance examination will be provided in PMT/PET and any other coaching for interview will also be got provided from private institution, if necessary.

INSTITUTIONS FOR COACHING

Scheduled Caste boys/girls will be allowed to take postal/class room coaching from reputed institutions of the country. Some of the suggested institutions are as under:-

1. Rao IAS Study Circle Hailey Road, New Delhi.

2. S.N Das Gupta College 25-b, Pusa Road, New Delhi.

3. Sachdeva New PT College, 29, Patel Road, Patel Nagar, New Delhi.

4. Vaji Ram and Rao, Pyare Lal Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi.

5. Delhi IAS Study Circle Saket.

6. Vaid IAS Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi.

7. Delhi College of Comptition, Pusa Road, New Delhi.

8. Any other institutions having a standing of at least 3 years in the field of coaching/training of higher services any where in India.

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

The selection will be made by the institution concerned on the basis of merit/academic record/test interview of the candidates. After the selection have been made, the institution will furnish a list of candidates admitted by them to the Department of Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Haryana, Chandigarh.

DURATION OF COACHING

As prescribed by the institution.

ELEGIBILITY

                   I.                        The candidate should belong to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes.

                 II.                        The candidate should be a bonafide resident of Haryana.

              III.                        The candidate should possess all the requisite qualifications, required for the examination.

              IV.                        The self-employed persons will be given coaching only for the post of Higher status competitive examination as determined by classification/category of the post.

                V.                        The candidate will not be permitted to avail more than two chances for a particular competitive examination.

              VI.                        The candidate should submit proof for applying for the concerned competitive examination.

           VII.                        The candidate will forward his application on plain paper by giving complete data and other relevant information alongwith the document/mentioned above.

         VIII.                        The candidates shall furnish an attested copy of the certificate for class room coaching on the following proforma a proof for admission to the coaching for Competitive examination.

             IX.                        The annual income of the parents/guardians as well as of the candidate should not exceed Rs. 1,00,000/- pa.

 

Certified that Sh. ____________________ S/o Sh. ___________________ r/o ______________ Haryana has been admitted/has completed the coaching/course for ___________ competitive examination/professional coaching from ____________ to _____________ coaching from __________ to ____________

Signature of the Director/Principal

Name of the institution.

 

ix ) The candidate shall furnish an attested copy of the certificate for postal coaching on the following proforma as a proof for admission to the coaching for competitive examination:-

Certified that Sh. __________________ s/o __________________ r/o ______________ Haryana has availed postal coaching facility from this institution and had been supplied relevant material coasting Rs._____________. He has also attended not attended (Strike out which is applicable) Personal contact programme Costing Rs. ___________.

FINACIAL ASSISTANCE

The candidate will be given a lump sum fixed amount at financial assistance irrespective of the amount charges by the institution as under:-

(A) FOR CLASS ROOM COACHING

i) for the examination to be conducted by the UPSC Rs 10,000/-.

ii ) for the examination to be conducted by HPSC/LIC/GIC/Railway Recruitment Rs. 8,000/- Board/or any other recruitment agency of State and Central Govt. Pre-entrance Examination for PMT/PET or any other Class-I or Class-II Service or professional Coaching for professional course.

(B) FOR POSTAL/CORRESPONDENCE COACHING

For postal/correspondence coaching, actual amount of expenditure subject to the aforesaid maximum ceiling as given (A) (i) & (ii) above will be paid/ reimbursed to the student on production of necessary certificate from the institution in the performa.

RECORD TO BE MAINTAINED BY INSTITUTION

Concerned institution will be asked to maintain the following record of the candidates:-

i ) Attendance register.

ii ) Roll No. of the examination.

iii ) Performance register.

MODE OF PAYMENT

1. 50% of the amount will be reimbursed immediately after the admission of the candidate in the institution and on the basis of the claim lodged by him to the Director, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, Haryana and rest of the amount will be paid after the completion of the course. For postal coaching the actual expenditure will be paid/ reimbursed immediately.

2. The Director, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Haryana shall be overall in charge of the scheme and necessary instructions in regard to its proper enforcement and accounting procedure shall be issued the him from time to time.

3. The amount of coaching will be sanctioned by the Director, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes and drawn by the Senior Accounts Officer, or any authority empowered to draw the amount under the head of account of this scheme from time to time

HEAD OF ACCOUNT

The expenditure would be out from the head, 2225- Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes-277-Education-IAS/Higher Services/Pre-Entrance Examination coaching through private institutions (Plan).


PERFORMA

APPLICATION FOR APPLYING FINACIAL ASSISTANCE UNDER CLASS ROOM POSTAL COACHING SCHEME FOR HIGHER COMPETITIVE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS

 

1. Name of the applicant

 

2. Father/Guardian name

 

3. Caste

 

4. Permanent Address

 

5. Educational qualification

 

6. Postal address

 

7. Annual income from all sources.

 

8. Whether the candidate requires

 

9. Name of the exam/test for which coaching

is required

 

10. Name of the institution (with complete address)

from which coaching is required

 

11. Duration of coaching

 

12. Amount (fee of the institution)

 

13. The following documents are attached:-

(i)           Atested copy of Scheduled Caste/Backward Classes Certificates.

(ii)        An Attested copy of proof of having applied for competitive/entrance examination.

(iii)      An affidavit on judicial stamp paper worth Rs. 3/- showing annual income from all sources duly attested by the Ist Class Magistrate/S.D.M.

(iv)       An attested copy of Haryana domiciled certificate.


14 If, I fail to appear in the said examination then I undertake to pay the amount which was paid to the Institution by Govt. Affidavit on non judicial stamp worth of Rs. 3/- only attested by oath Commissioner attached.

 

Signature of Candidate

Full Address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 50 vuqlwfpr tkfr@ fiNMs+ oxZ ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku djuk izLrkfor gS rFkk yxHkx 15 vuqlwfpr tkfr@fiNM+s oxZ ds Nk=ksa ij 50]000@& #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA

(xvi) SCHEME FOR THE PRE EXAMINATION TRAINING OF SCHEDULED CASTES CANDIDATES FOR TAKING UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION EXAMINATION.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

1. PURPOSE:

Six Pre-Examination Training Centres are functioning at Ambala, Bhiwani, Rohtak, Hisar, Rewari and Karnal. These Centres are imparting one year training to Schduled Castes students in type and shorthand (Hindi & English) and also trained Scheduled Castes/Backward and Minroties candidates for preparing them for the competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission, State Public Service Commission and Banking Recuritment Board for the following Examinations and in securing suitable employment either in the public sector/private sector:-

Haryana Civil Service, Assistant Grade, Stenographers, Lower DivisionClerks, Upper Division Clerks any other competitive examination for which number of students become available.

The training imparted to these persons will increase their ability to employability.

2. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

 

(i) The minimum educational qualifications will be those laid down by the Commission

ii) Matriculation for Stenography typing (English & Hindi Course)

3. Age :

For Competative Examination:-

Only those candidates will be admitted for the training who will on completion of their training be within the prescribed by the Commission.

For Stenography Typing Course:-

Candidates should be below 16 years not more than 31 years.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Duration of Course

The duration of the Stenography Typing Course one year from Ist Augest to 31st July every year. For Competitive Examination 2 to 3 months.

5. Subject for Training.

The Candidates will be taught type, short-hand, Essay, General English, General knowledge, Office accounts , besides Lectures for Assistants grade and H.C.S. Examination on various subjects like Public Administration, Labour and Social Welfare, Indian History and Culture, World History Political Science, Hindi, General Economics, Indian Law Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, International Law, Agriculture, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology etc. etc.

6.    Date of start

The centre will start functioning w.e.f. 1.8.69 starting date for these courses will be such that the time between the date of completion and date for examination is the least so that the candidates would still be fresh enough from the course to be able to take the examinations.

7. Stipend

The trainees are given a stipended of Rs. 100/- p.m. per student for Stenography Course.

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] ftlds fy, jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh@ /kkukpk;Z] iwoZ ijh{kk f'k{k.k dsUnzksa dks nku dh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 270 vuqlwfpr tkfr ds Nk=ksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 40-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bu dsUnzksa esa Hkfo; esa dEI;wVj dkslZ dk izfk{k.k fn;k tkuk izLrkfor gS A

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA


(xvii) INSTRUCTION REGARDING INCOME CERTIFICATE FOR SCHEDULED CASTES & BACKWARD CLASSES STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL SCHEME.

 

izskd

vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k

foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

 

lsok esa

funskd]

vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k

foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

 

dzekad fk{kk@63@14097

fnukad 1&3&2006

 

fok;%& vuqlwfpr tkfr;ksa] fiNM+s oxksZ rFkk foeqDr@Vijhokl tkfr;ksa ds Nk=ksa ds fy;s pykbZ tk jgh fofHkUu fk{kk lEcU/kh Ldheksa ds vUrxZr ykHk iznku djus ds fy;s vk; izek.k i=] tkfr izek.k i= o gfj;k.kk fuoklh izek.k i= ysus dh izfdz;k esa ljyhdj.k ckjs A

UUUUUUUUU

 

mijksDr fok; ds lUnHkZ esa A

2& ljdkj ds /;ku esa ;g ckr vkbZ gS fd vuqlwfpr tkfr;ksa] fiNM+s oxksZ rFkk foeqDr@Vijhokl tkfr;ksa ds Nk=ksa dks] muds fy;s pykbZ tk jgh fofHkUu fk{kk lEcU/kh ;kstukvksa ds vUrxZr ykHk iznku ds fy;s Nk= ds ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkodksa dh vksj ls izFke Js.kh eftLV~zsV@uksdj ifCyd ls lR;kfir djok dj fn, x;s vk; lEcU/kh kiFk i= ds vk/kkj ij Nk= dks ykHk iznku djus dh ctk,] mls mlds ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkod dh okfkZd vk; dk izek.k i= jktLo vf/kdkjh ls ysdj izLrqr djus ds fy;s ck/; fd;k tkrk gS] ftlls Nk=ksa dks bu Ldheksa vUrxZr ykHk izkIr djus esa dkQh dfBukbZ isk vkrh gS] ftlds QyLOk:Ik mudh i<+kbZ ij foijhr vlj iM+rk gS A tcfd gqMk ;k vU;k ljdkjh laLFkkvksa }kjk xjhc O;fDr;ksa ds fy;s pykbZ tk jgh ;kstukvksa ds vUrxZr izkFkhZ }kjk fn, x, bl izdkj ds kiFk i= ds vk/kkj ij Hkh ykHk iznku fd;k tkrk gS A

 

3& bl lEcU/k esa fopkjksijkUr ljdkj }kjk fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd vuqlwfpr tkfr;ksa] fiNM+s oxksZ rFkk foeqDr@Vijhokl tkfr;ksa ds Nk=ksa gsrq pykbZ tk jgh fofHkUu ;kstukvksa ds vUrxZr ykHk iznku djus ds fy;s Nk= ds ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkodkas dks mudh okfkZd vk; ds ckjs esa jkTkLo vf/kdkjh }kjk tkjh vk; izek.k i= nsus ds fy;s ck/; u fd;k tk;s rFkk mu }kjk viuh vk; ds lEcU/k esa izFke Js.kh eftLV~zsV@uksVjh ifCyd ls lR;kfir djokdj fn, x, kiFk i= ds vk/kkj ij Hkh ykHk iznku dj fn;k tk;s A blds vfrfjDr bu oxksZ ds yksxksa dks etnwjh vkfn ds fy;s jkT; ds nwljs Hkkxksa esa tkuk iM+rk gSA vr% Nk=ksa dks muds ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkodksa }kjk izLrqr muds ewy irs ds vfrfjDr gfj;k.kk jkT; ds vU; fdlh LFkku ds irs dk vk; izek.k i= ;k kiFk i=] tkfr izek.k i= o gfj;k.kk fuoklh izek.k i= ds vk/kkj ij Hkh ykHk iznku dj fn;k tk;s A

 

orZeku ea ,sls tks ekeys yfEcr gSa] mUgsa fgnk;rksa ds vuqlkj ykHk iznku fd;k tk;s A

gLrk@&

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k

foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

 

i`0 dzekad fk{kk@63@14098&14129 fnukad 1&3&2006

 

bldh izfr fuEufyf[kr dks mDr fgnk;rksauqlkj vko;d dk;Zokgh djus gsrq Hkstdj vuqjks/k gS fd muds v/khu dk;Zjr lHkh laLFkkvksa dks Hkh bu fgnkr;ksauqlkj dk;Zokgh djus ds fy;s funZsk nsus dk dV djsa %&

1& foksk lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] fpfdRlk fk{kk foHkkx] p.Mhx<+ A

2& mPPkrj fk{kk vk;qDr] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

3& egkfunskd] lSds.Mjh fk{kk foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

4& funskd] vkS|ksfxd izfk{k.k ,ao O;olkf;d fk{kk foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

5& funskd] izkFkfed fk{kk foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

6& funskd] rduhdh fk{kk foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A

7& jftLV~zkj dq:{ks= foofo|ky;] dq:{ks= A

8& jftLV~zkj] egkfkZ n;kuUn] foofo|ky;] jksgrd A

9& jftLV~zkj] pkS0 pj.k flag d`fk foofo|ky;] fglkj A

10& jftLV~zkj xq: tEcsoj foofo|ky;] fglkj A

11& jftLV~zkj pkS0 nsoh yky foofo|ky;] fljlk A

12& jftLV~zkj] ih0th0vkbZ0] jksgrd A

13& lHkh ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh] gfj;k.kk jkT; esa A

 

gLrk@&

la;qDr lfpo]

d`rs% vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNM+s oxZ dY;k.k

foHkkx] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ A


Loa;lsoh laLFkkvksa ds fy;s ;kstuk;sa

 

 

 

ASSISTANCE TO

VOLUNTARY

ORGANIZATION/NGOS


(xviii) SCHEME OF GRANT-IN-AID TO VOLUNTARY AND OTHER

ORGANIZATIONS WORKING FOR SCHEDULED CASTES.

 

This is a scheme of Government of India.

The main objective behind the scheme is to involve the voluntary sector and training institutions of repute to improve educational and socio-economic conditions of the target group i.e. Scheduled Castes with a view to upgrade skill to enable them to start income generating activities on their own or get gainfully employed in some sector or the other. The principle that good voluntary organizations should not only be assisted but also consciously built up has been guiding spirit behind the formulation of the Scheme.

Scope

Assistance under this Scheme will be given to eligible voluntary and other organizations fulfilling the eligibility conditions as laid down in para 2.2.

2.2 In order to be eligible for assistance under this scheme, an organization should have the following characteristics :

I) It should be

a) Registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (XXI of 1860) or any relevant Act of the State/ Union Territory; or

b) A public trust registered under the law for the time being in force; or

c) A charitable company licensed under Section 25 of the Companies Act, 1958; or

d) Indian Red Cross Society or its branches; and or.

e) Any other public body or institution having a legal status of its own.

f) The voluntary organization should have been registered for, at least two years at the time of applying for grant under the Scheme. This can however, be waived by the Secretary, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, for reasons to be recorded in writing, in exceptional cases.

g) Number of Scheduled Caste beneficiaries is not less than 60 % in cases of voluntary organizations.

h) Any other organization or training institution of repute, which may be approved by the Secretary, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

II) It is not run for profit to any individual or a body of individuals except in case of training institutions of repute specifically included under 2.2 (i) (h).

III) Type of Activities Covered

3.1 Assistance under the Scheme is admissible for establishing centres and developing and delivering services, which may equip the Scheduled Castes by upgrading their skills to enable them to start income generating activities either through self- employment or wage employment. Grant-in-aid is mainly given for the following purposes :

i) Opening of hostels and residential/ non-residential schools, ITIs, arts and craft centres, or any other income generating scheme;

ii) Meeting the cost of tuition fees for training in IT at institutions of repute to be selected by Ministry of SJ&E;

iii) Organizing Balwadies and Bal Kendras i.e Creches to look after the deprived children of Scheduled Castes;

iv)                Providing medical facilities to Scheduled Castes through establishment of Hospitals or Mobile Dispensaries;

v)                  Creating awareness regarding the Government programmes and facilities providing assistance and guidance in getting various Government facilities like legal-aid, scholarships, loans and various grant etc. and other client services;

vi)                Providing assistance for grievance redressal at appropriate judicial/ administrative for a;

vii)             Coaching centres for various entrance examinations and tests and other service related competitive examinations, which are not covered in Pre-examination Coaching Scheme. Taking up human rights issues, environmental issues and related to protection of consumers rights;

viii)           Training of NGOs in Accounts, Management and how to apply etc; and

ix)               All such related activities which are in harmony with the objects listed above

Grant is given for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes for the following projects.

Residential school for 100 students

Education

Computer training for students in schools

Education

Non-residential school

Education

Mobile dispensary

Services

Dispensary/ 10-bedded hospitals

Services

Centre for training of computers

Education

Type and shorthand training centre

Education

Craft centre

Business

TV, VCR and radio repairing training centre

Business

Balwadi/ crche centre

Education

Printing, composing and book binding training

Business

Library

Services

Carpentry

Business

Commercial art and painting

Business

Coconut coir making and agarbatti making training programme

Business

Scooter/ motorcycle/auto riksha repair training

Business

Training in spray painting and denting

Business

Motor winding and fitting training

Business

Training in welding and fitting trades

Business

Training in hand block printing

Business

Food preservation training

Business

Dari making training

Business

Training in leather art

Business

Gem cutting training

Business

Training in steel furniture making

Business

Training rural engineering

Business

Diesel pump set repair training

Business

Watch repair training

Business

Spinning and weaving training

Business

Electrician training

Business

Tie and die training

Business

Auto driving training

Business

Plumbing training

Business

Project for control of blindness among SCs

Services

Ophthalmic nurse technician course

Services

Centre to organize back-to-school programme for drop-out children

Education

Photography training

Business

Motor driving training

Business

Hair and Skin Care Training Centre

Services

 

Note:- (i) For further detail/information please contact District Welfare Officer concerned in the State or Directorate of Welfare or Scheduled Castes & Backwqard Classes, Haryana, SCO-68-70, Sec-17 A, Chandigarh. Contract No. 0172-2702749, 2716248

(ii) You can download detailed information from the website of Ministry of SJE, GOI, at www.

 

uksV%

      bl Ldhe ds vUrZxr LoSfpNd laLFkk,a mij n'kkZ, x;s VsM ds vk/kj ij kstsDV cuk dj viuk Lrko lEcfU/kr ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh@ftyk mik;qDr dh flQkfj'k lfgr Hkkjr ljdkj dks fHktok;sa A

      bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr fiNys ikap okksZ esa fuEu izdkj ls LoSfPNd laLFkkvksa dks jkfk LOkhd`r dh xbZ gS%&

okZ

Lohd`r dh xbZ jkfk

laLFkkvksa dh la[;k

2001-02

15,06,644

6

2002-03

11,01,676

5

2003-04

09,94,810

2

2004-05

15,39,227

3

2005-06

22,88,015

3

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(xix) SCHEME OF ASSISTANCE TO VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE WELFARE OF OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES.

 

This is a scheme of Government of India.

1. Objective

The programme of giving grant-in-aid to Voluntary Organizations under the Backward Classes Sector has been taken up by the Government of India during the Ninth Five Year Plan. The main purpose behind the scheme of grant-in-aid to voluntary organization for taking up welfare activities among the OBCs is, to improve the educational and socio-economic conditions of these communities through voluntary efforts.

The aim of the scheme is to involve the voluntary sector to improve educational and socio-economic conditions of the target group i.e. OBCs, with a view to upgrade skill to enable them to start income generating activities on their own or get gainfully employed in some sector or the other. The principle that good voluntary organizations should not only be assisted but also consciously built up, has been the guiding spirit behind the formulation of the scheme.

2. Target Group and Eligibility Criteria of OBCs

The NGOs will select only such OBCs as indicated below :

a)                 The beneficiaries should belong to OBCs as per notified list in the Central List of Backward Classes.

 

b)                 The beneficiaries whose parents/ guardians income from all sources including the income of the beneficiary does not exceed Rs. 1.00 lakhs annually will be eligible for availing the benefit under the scheme.

 

 

 

3. Scope

Assistance under the scheme will be given to eligible voluntary organizations fulfilling the eligibility conditions laid down as under :

In order to be eligible for assistance under this scheme, an organization should have the following characteristics :

a)     It is a registered body under an appropriate Act so that it get a corporate status and a legal personality and a group liability is established for its activities.

b)     It has an appropriate administrative structure and a duly constituted managing/ executive committee.

c)      The aims and objects of the organization and programmes in fulfillment of those aims and objects are precisely laid down;

d)     The organization is initiated and governed by its own members on democratic principles, without any external control; and

e)     It should not run for profit to any individual or body of individuals

The Ministry will identify reputed and established NGOs which would be asked to set up facilities in those areas where various facilities for OBCs have not developed and rural and other inaccessible areas either themselves or in partnership with other NGOs.

Terms and Conditions

1. The scheme will come into effect from 29.8.1998.

2. The beneficiaries should belong to OBCs as per notified list in the Central List of Backward Classes and beneficiaries whose parents/ guardians income from all sources including the income of the beneficiary does not exceed Rs. 1.00 lakh annually will be entitled to the benefits under the scheme. The scheme will be meant for OBCs and will provide for training in various trades in a particular centre depending upon existing infrastructure as well as the employment potential in the proximity of the proposed location. Only after the need and the possibility of vocational trained OBCs are established clearly the proposal would be considered.

3. 90 % grant-in-aid will be provided to the agencies/ organizations eligible for assistance as specified in para 3 of the scheme.

4. Grant-in-Aid will be sanctioned for the new projects under the new scheme after the information is supplied as per the application form alongwith the recommendation including reports of the State Government/ UT Admns. National Commissions, Tribal Research Institutes of State Governments and any other agency so designated by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment for this purpose.

5. The organizations will be given grant-in-aid to run new projects either in rented building or in the building owned by the organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grant is given for the Welfare of other Backward Classes for the following projects.

 

1.                 Carpentary

2.                 Computer Center

3.                 Craft Center

4.                 Dari Making Training

5.                 Diesel Pump Set Repair Training

6.                 Electrician Training

7.                 Fruit Preservation Training

8.                 Gem Cutting Training

9.                 Motor Winding and Fitting Training

10.            Photograph Training

11.            Plumbing Training

12.            Printing, Composing and Book Binding Training

13.            Scooter/ Motor Cycle/ Auto-Rikshaw repair training

14.            Spinning and weaving training

15.            Typing and Shorthand center

16.            Tie and Die training

17.            Leather Art training

18.            Spray Painting and Denting Training

19.            Welding and Fitter Training

20.            TV, VCR, Radio repair Training

 

Note:- 1) For further detail/information please contact District Welfar3e Officer concerned in the State or Directorate of Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes, Haryana.

 

2) As on page ----- about website.

uksV%

      bl Ldhe ds vUrZxr LoSfpNd laLFkk,a mij n'kkZ, x;s VsM ds vk/kkj ij kstsDV cuk dj viuk Lrko lEcfU/kr ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh@ftyk mik;qDr dh flQkfj'k lfgr Hkkjr ljdkj dks fHktok ldrs gSaA

      bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr fiNys ikap okksZ esa fuEu izdkj ls LoSfPNd laLFkkvksa dks jkfk LOkhd`r dh xbZ gS%&

okZ

Lohd`r dh xbZ jkfk

laLFkkvksa dh la[;k

2001-02

-

-

2002-03

-

-

2003-04

9,69,788

7

2004-05

5,55,325

3

2005-06

1,71,250

1

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ funs'kd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsaA


(xx) GRANT IN AID TO RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS/SOCIETIES.

 

This is a Scheme of State Government.

 

Under this scheme grant-in-aid is given to various religious institutions/ societies who are working for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes. Grant in aid is provided to those institutions for whom Departmental Minister/Chief Minister gives orders. Grant in aid is provided for Construction /repair of Mandir/Bhawan belonging to Scheduled Caste organisations/communities like Ravidas Mandir/ Ambedkar Bhawan etc.

Conditions:-

(i)                 Society should be registered.

(ii)              The society should have own land.

(iii)            These institution should be involved in Schdulded Castes welfare activities.

(iv)             The grant will be given those institutions who have not taken any grant from the last five years.

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ykHkik=ksa dks jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 10 /kkfeZd lLaFkkvksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS] rFkk yxHkx 4-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl ckjs iw.kZ fooj.k rFkk nLrkostksa lfgr ekuuh; eq[;eU=h@lekt dY;k.k eU=h egksn; dks vkosnu dj ldrs gSa A

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs funskd] vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk ls lEidZ djsa A


 

lkekftd fodkl

 

 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


(xxi) SCHEME FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF INTER-CASTE MARRIAGE.

This is a Scheme of 50:50 sharing basis Government of India and State Government.

 

From

The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.

Haryana, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backward Classes Department.

To

The Director

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backward Classes Department, Haryana

No. 1109-SW (3)-84, Chandigarh, Dated 30th March, 1984

 

Subject : Scheme for the Encouragement of Inter-Caste marriage.

 

Kindly refer to the subject cited above

2. The Governor of Haryana is pleased to accord sanction for the formulation of the scheme cited as subject.

Object :

The object of the scheme is in diminishing caste consciousness among the people and to encourage inter-caste marriages.

Pattern :

Under this scheme an amount of Rs. 50,000/- (Rs. 20000/- in cash and remaining amount of Rs. 30000/-) will be deposited in the joint account for the period of six years (fixed deposit) to the married couple out of Rs. 50,000/-.

Conditions of Eligibility :

(i) Both the spouses should be citizen of India and one of the spouse should be Scheduled Caste and he/she should be permanent resident of Haryana State and he/she has not taken any benefit under similar scheme.

(ii) The grant shall only be given once for the first marriage.

(iii) A non-scheduled Castes boy who marriage a scheduled Castes girls and vice-versa, the concerned Scheduled Castes bride/bridegroom will be given a cash grant of Rs. 20,000/- in cash and remaining amount of Rs. 30,000/- will be deposited in the joint account for a minimum period of six years in the joint account of married couple.

(iv) The beneficiary can apply for incentive within one year from the date of marriage.

Procedure of Implementation of Scheme :

3. Applications shall be invited by the Director, welfare of Sch. Castes and Backward Classes from the eligible couples by giving wide publicity through news papers and the All India Radio. The application should be supported with a Certificate from District Magistrate in case of Civil Marriage or Certificate from religious institutions/societies/individual performing marriage ceremony. The District Welfare Officers will verify the facts stated in the application and place before the Deputy Commissioner concerned alongwith his recommendations. The Deputy Commissioner will sanction the amount. After the sanction is issued, the District Welfare Officer will draw the amount and disburse/deposit the same in the fixed account as per pattern of the scheme.

4. The claim of incentive for inter-caste marriage will not be claimed as a matter of right.

5. The expenditure involved may be debited under head, 2225-Social Security and Welfare-C-Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other backward Classes-Incentive for their inter-caste marriage (Plan).

6. This issue with the concurrence of Finance Deptt. conveyed vide his U.O.No. 13/52/94-1 FG-II/1690, dated 29-08-06.

Sd/-

Deputy Secretary,

for : Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.

Haryana Welfare of Scheduled Castes &

Backward Classes Department.

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ykHkik=ksa dksa jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

      bl Ldhe ds rgr jkfk 25]000@&:Ik;s ls c<+kdj 50]000@&:Ik;s dj nh xbZ gS A


(xxii) INCENTIVE FOR THE VILLAGE PANCHAYAT FOR OUTSTANDING WORK DONE FOR THE WELFARE OF SCHEDULED CASTES.

This is a Scheme of 50:50 sharing basis Government of India and State Government.

 

Object : To encourage the village Panchayat for doing outstanding work for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes.

 

Terms and Conditions :

The Incentive will be governed by the following terms and conditions :-

1. The village panchayat should have freed from untouchability as reflected from the behaviour of the inhabitants.

2. The Scheduled Castes could be able to use any utensil and other articles kept in any public restaurant, hostel, Dharmshala, Sarai or Musafir Khana, for the use of general public.

3. The Scheduled Castes have easy access to all the religious place like Temple/Guruduwara etc.

4. The Scheduled Castes have easy access to all the passage and roads, wells and also to the meadows for their animals.

5. Any other immginative/development work of significance done for the welfare of Scheduled Castes specially in the field of education of girls, enforcement of minimum wages, organising landless labourers and Scheduled Castes for ascertain of their rights etc. by the village panchayat.

 

Pattern of Financial Assistence

Village panchayats in each District will be given an incentive of Rs. 50,000/- each for doing the outstanding work for the welfare of Scheduled Castes in each year. The village panchayat will be selected by a committee already constituted under departmental schemes. The number of village panchayat will depend upon the availability of funds.

 


Mode of Selection

Village Panchayat who have done pioneering work for the Scheduled Castes will submit its achievement in a particular year to the District Welfare Officer concerned. The applications will be secrutinized by the Distt. Welfare Officer. He will submit the names of village to the District committee already constituted which will select the village panchayat in each district.

 

Procedure for Payment

After the selection of village Panchayat, the amount of incentive will be sanctioned by the Deputy Commissioner concerned and drawn & disbursed by the Distt. Welfare Officer of the District.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ykHkik=ksa dks jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 80 ipk;rksa dks ykHk nku fd;k tkrk gS rFkk yxHkx 4-00 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA

 


(xxiii) INDIRA GANDHI PRIYADARSHANI VIWAH SHAGUN SCHEME.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

From

Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward

Classes Department.

 

To

The Director

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backward Classes Department, Haryana,

Chandigarh

 

No : 2961 B-SW (2)-2005

Dated : Chandigarh, the 14-12-2005

 

Subject : Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Viwah Shagun Scheme.

 

Kindly refer to the subject cited above.

 

2. The Governor of Haryana is pleased to accord sanction for the formulation and implementation of Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Viwah Shagun scheme in place of two schemes namely Financial Assistance for the marriage of daughters of widows and destitute woman belonging to Schedule Castes/Denotified Tribes/Tapriwas Communities and Kanyadaan on the occasion of marriage of girls of those parents who are living below poverty line.

Objective :

To provide financial assistance on the occasion of marriage of daughters of Scheduled Caste/Denotified Tribes/Tapriwas Jatis and other section of society living below the poverty line.

Funding Pattern :

Under this scheme a grant of Rs. 15,000/- will be given to the people of Scheduled Caste/Denotified Tribes/Tapriwas jatis living below the poverty line on the occasion of the marriage of their daughters. The people of other sections of society living below the poverty line will be given Rs. 5100/- on the occasion of the marriage of their daughters.

 

 

Terms and conditions :

i) The beneficiary should be Haryana domicile

ii) The girl is 18 years of age i.e. the minimum legal age for the marriage of a girl on the date of marriage.

iii) The name of the beneficiary should be in the list of below poverty line (BPL).

iv) The grant will be available only upto the marriage of two daughters in a family.

v) This grant will also be given on the marriage of woman who become widow or divorcee and wants remarriage provided she is otherwise eligible for the grant and have not availed of this grant earlier for her own marriage.

Procedure

i) The parents seeking this grant will submit the application to the concerned Tehsil Welfare Officer/District Welfare Officer in the performa enclosed at Annexure A.

ii) The application for the grant will be submitted anytime prior to the actual date of marriage of the girl or within 30 days of the completion of marriage ceremony. Any application submitted after 30 days of completion of marriage ceremony shall also be entertained and will be put up to concerned Deputy Commissioner, who after conducting such enquiry as he may deem fit and after satisfying himself/herself about the genuineness of the marriage may condone the delay of submission of application and allow the benefit under the scheme.

iii) The District Welfare Officer after completing the required formalities will submit the case to the concerned Deputy Commissioner who would be the sanctioning authority under this scheme. The amount will be drawn by the District Welfare Officer concerned from Treasury and disburse to the applicant in shape of Bank draft and will obtain the receipt in duplicate from the payee which will be kept in the office record as necessary voucher of payment. All efforts shall be made by the concerned authorities to ensure that the grant is disbursed on or before the date of marriage.

iv) After the performance of marriage ceremony, a certificate will be submitted by the beneficiary in the form given at Annexure B confirming that the marriage has actually taken place. In case this certificate is not submitted within one month of the date of marriage, the District Welfare Officer shall submit the case to Deputy Commissioner who may order that the grant is liable to be refunded or amount is recovered as arrears of land revenue.

The expenditure involved will be debitable to the Head 2225-Welfare of Schedule Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes-01-Welfare of Scheduled Castes-800-other expenditure (Part I, State Plan Scheme), 82-Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Viwah Shgun Yojna.

This scheme will be implemented w.e.f the May14, 2005, In case of marriages of Scheduled Castes, Denotified Tibes, Tapriwas Jatis, if the marriage ceremony has taken place between May 14, 2005 and the date of issuance of this letter, the difference of increased amount and amount actually paid shall be paid to the beneficiary.

This issues with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their U.O. No. 1/37/2005-5 FGII (2140) dated 8.12.2005.

Sd/-

Joint Secretary,

for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backwared Classes Deptt.

 

 

 

 

bl ldhe esa orZeku le; esa njsa bl izdkj gSa%&

1- vuqlwfpr tkfr@foeqDr tkfr ds yksx o lHkh oxksZ dh fo/kok;ssa 15]000@&#0

2- lekt ds vU; oxksZ ds yksx 5]100@&#0

 

 

 


Annexure A

vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,oa fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx] gfj;k.kk

bfUnjk xka/kh fiz;n'kZuh fookg 'kxqu ;kstuk ds vUrxZr

vuqnku gsrq vkosnu & i=

lsok esa]

ftyk dY;k.k vf/dkjh@rglhy dY;k.k vf/dkjh ----------------------------------------------------------

fuosnu gS fd esjh yM+dh dh 'kknh fnukad ------------------------ dks gksuh fuf'pr gqbZ gSA vkils vuqjks/k gS fd eq>s bfUnjk xka/h fiz;n'kZuh fookg 'kxqu ;kstuk ds vUrxZr ----------------------------------------- :0 dk vuqnku Lohd`r djus dk d"V djsaA esjk C;kSjk fuEu izdkj gS %&

1- k yM+dh dk uke ftldh 'kknh gS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

kk tUe frfFk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2- firk dk uke ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3- tkfr ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4- oxZ vuqlwfpr tkfr@fiNMs+ oxZ@lkekU; oxZ -------------------------------------------------------------------------

5- iwjk LFkkbZ irk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

6- 'kknh dh rkjh[k ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

7- Hkkoh oj rFkk mlds firk dk uke o iwjk irk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

8- yM+dh ds ifjokj dk O;olk; ;fn ljdkjh ukSdjh esa gS rks in dk uke---------------------

9- xjhch js[kk dh lwph esa uke ntZ gS vFkok ugha --------------------------------------------------------------------------

10- ;fn fdlh vU; yM+dh dh 'kknh ds fy, bl Ldhe ds vUrxZr igys vuqnku izkIr fd;k gS mldk uke ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

?kks"k.kk %&

eSa lR;kfir djrk@djrh gwa fd mijksDr fooj.k esjh tkudkjh mijkUr dksbZ Hkh rF; xYkr ik;k tkrk gS rks eSa ;g jkf'k ljdkj }kjk fu/kZfjr tqekZus lfgr okfil dj nwxka@nwxha A ;fn dkye u0 6 esa n'kkZbZ xbZ rkjh[k dks 'kknh lEiUu ugha gksrh rks eSa lkjh jkf'k okfil djus dh ftEesokjh ysrk gwa@ysrh gwaA

gLrk{kj@vaxwBk fu'kku

ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkod

lR;kiu

eSa Jh ---------------------- iq=k Jh ----------------------------------------- firk ----------------------------- tkfr ------------------------ xkao --------------------------- dks O;fDrxr :i ls tkurk gwa tks fd 'kknh ds vuqnku ds fy, vkosnu dj jgk gS A vkosnd }kjk tks rF; fn, x, gSa] os Bhd gSA

gLrk{kj ljiap@uEcjnkj@iVokjh@uxjik"kZn

eksgj lfgr

Annexure B

bfUnjk xka/kh fiz;n'kZuh fookg 'kxqu ;kstuk ds vUrxZr izkIr

vuqnku jkf'k dk iz;ksx izek.k i=

 

eSa --------------------------------------------------------- iq= Jh -------------------------------------------------------------------- tkfr ------------------------------------------------------- xkao ---------------------------------------------------------- izekf.kr djrk@djrh gwa fd esjh yM+dh -------------------------------------------------------- ftldh 'kknh gsrq eq>s ^bfUnjk xka/kh fiz;n'kZuh fookg 'kqxu ;kstuk* ds vUrxZr gfj;k.kk ljdkj dh rjQ ls cSad MkV ua0 ------------------------------------------------ fnukad --------------------------- }kjk ------------------------- :0 dk vuqnku fn;k x;k FkkA ;g 'kknh vkosnu i= esa nh xbZ fu/kZkfjr frfFk vuqlkj fnukad -------------------------- dks lEiUu gks xbZ gS rFkk eSaus bl jkf'k dk blh mn~ns'; gsrq iz;ksx dj fy;k gSA

 

gLrk{kj

ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkod

irk --------------------------------------------------

lR;kiu

Jh ---------------------------------------------------- iq= Jh -------------------------------------------------------- tkfr --------------------------------xkao----------------------------------------------------- }kjk fn, x, mijksDr rF; lgh gSa A

 

gLrk{kj

ljiap@uEcjnkj@iVokjh@uxjifj"kn

eksgj lfgr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ykHkik=ksa dksa jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa okZ 2005&06 esa 15279 ykHkik= ftlesa vuqlwfpr tkfr ds 9746] fiNMs+ oxZ ds 4049 rFkk vU; oxZ ds 1484 ykHkkfUor gq, gSa A bl Ldhe esa dqy 1526-05 yk[k #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gqbZ gS A

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


(xxiv) GRANT OF SUBSIDY TO PERSONS BELONGING TO SCHEDULED CASTES FOR CONSTURCTION OF HOUSE UNDER THE HOUSING SCHEME FOR SCHEDULED CASTES.

 

This is a scheme of State Government.

 

From

The Commissioner and Secretary to Govt. Haryana,

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Deptt.

 

To

The Director

Welfare of Scheduled Castes and

Backward Classes, Deptt. Haryana

No. 1648-S (4)-81 Dated : 26-6-81

 

Subject : Grant of subsidy to persons belonging to Scheduled Castes for consturction of house under the Housing Scheme for Scheduled Castes.

 

In continuation of Haryana Govt. Letter No. 734-SW-81 dated 12-3-81 on the subject noted above. The Scheme Housing Scheme for Scheduled Castes is revised as under :

 

Conditions of Eligibility :

The following conditions of eligibility shall be observed :-

i) The applicant should be Scheduled Castes

ii) He should own a plot of at least 50 sq. yards. The persons having a kachha house on a plot of measuring 50 sq. yards or more will also be entitled for this grant.

iii) The grant will be given only to those scheduled castes persons who are living below the poverty line (BPL).

iv) The applicant should not already have any house of his own.

v) The beneficiary should construct a living unit with covered area of the plot not less than 90 sq. feet.

vi) Persons who have already received similar benefit for the construction of a house under another scheme will not be eligible.


The terms and conditions for the grant of subsidy will be as under:

i) Under the scheme a subsidy of Rs. 50000/- for construction of house and Rs. 10000/- for repair is given to the approved beneficiary.

ii) The amount shall be drawn by the District Welfare Officer in the State in shape of RTR/Cash from the Treasury in favour of approved beneficiary according to the prescribed instructions in one installment.

iii) The grantee shall be required to execute an agreement to the effect that in the event of his failure to utilize the amount for the purpose for which it is granted, the Govt. shall have the right to recover the amount as arrear of land revenue. The beneficiary shall construct the house within six months from the date of receipt of the subsidy. He shall produce completion certificate duly certified by the District Welfare Officer, within a period of three months after completion of the house. Any further extension, if required, will have to be obtained from Govt. by giving full details.

Procedure for sanction of subsidy :

Under this scheme, applications can be given at any time during the year on prescribed proforma given at Annexures B. The District Welfare Officer will review every month the applications received under the scheme and make payment every month to the eligible applicants. In case the applications received under this scheme are more than in allotted budget, in that case, the eligible applicants will be considered in the next financial year and they need not to apply afresh. There will be a District Level consultative committee for selection of beneficiaries under the scheme as detailed below:-

 

The District Consultative Committee

Deputy Commissioner

Chairman

Additional Deputy Commissioner

Vice Chairman

Superintendent of Police of the District concerned

Member

All SC/BC Members of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha of the District concerned.

Member

Four non-official SC Members to be nominated by the Deputy Commissioner

Member

S.D.O. of the concerned District

Member

District Attorney of the concerned District

Member

District Welfare Officer of concerned District.

Member Secretary

The actual payees receipt should be furnished to the Accountant General, Haryana, Chandigarh immediately after disbursement of the subsidy amount to the party concerned.

 

It is certified that the amount of subsidies being sanctioned is in accordance with the Govt. of Indias instructions.

 

The amount is chargeable to the Major Head 2225-Social security and Welfare-C-Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes-subsidy for houses for Scheduled Castes (Plan)

 

This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department conveyed vide their U.O. No. 1695-3F.G.II-81 dated 27-5-81.

 

 

Sd/-

Joint Secretary

For Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana

Welfare of Scheduled Castes & B.C. Deptt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ykHkik=ksa dksa jkf'k ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk nh tkrh gSA

      bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 400 vuqlwfpr tkfr@foeqDr ds O;fDr;ksa dks lgk;rk nku dh tkrh gS ftudk uke xjhch js[kk dh lwfp esa ntZ gksA bl Ldhe esa fro"kZ yxHkx 2-00 djksM+ #i;s dh jkf'k [kpZ gksrh gSA

      ;fn fdlh foRrh; okZ esa vkosnudrkZ fu/kkZfjr ctV ls vf/kd gks rks lHkh iw.kZ vkosnu i=ksa dks vxys foRrh; okZ esa ekU; ekuk tk;sxk rFkk ,sls ykHkik=ksa dks nksckjk@ckj&ckj vkosnu djus dh vko;drk ugha gksxh A

      bl Ldhe ls lEcfU/kr lq>ko ;k f'kdk;r ckjs vki lEcfU/kr ftyk ds mik;qDr@ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lEidZ djsaA


(xxv) TAILORING TRAINING TO SC WIDOWS/DESTITUTE WOMENS/GIRLS.

 

This is scheme of State Government.

 

(Extract from Haryana Government Gazette, dated the 4th November, 1975)

WELFARE OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND BACKWARD CLASSES DEPTT, HARYANA

Notification

The 18th September, 1975

No. 6820-SW-I-75/21055 Whereas it is expedient to grant stipend to the widows belonging to Scheduled Castes in the Haryana State for Tailoring Training in the Community Centre. Now, therefore, the Governor of Haryana is pleased to make the following rules

1.     Short titles:- (1) These rules may be called the Rules applicable to all the Harijan Widows will also be applicable to the Destitute Scheduled Castes Women.

 

2.     They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Haryana Government Gazette.

 

3.     They shall be applicable to all the Harijan widows under training in the Community Centre controlled by the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, Department, Haryana.

3(i) Age:- The age of the trainee should be between 15 to 40 years.

 

2. Defination

1. Government means Administrative Department of the Haryana Government.

 

2. Director means the Director, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Haryana.

 

3. Centre means Community Centers run by the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department Haryana.

 

4. Head of Institution means the Lady Social Worker of the Institution working in the Community Centre.

 

5. Trainee means Harijan widow and divorced or desired women under training in the Community Centre.

 

7.           Widow means Harijan women husband is not alive and she has not remarried.

 

8.           7. The Committee consists as under:-

i)        District Welfare Officer of the concerned area.

ii)     Female Supervisor of the concerned District.

iii)   Female Social Worker of the Tailoring Training Centre of concerned Area.

 

8. Deserted or divorced women means who is not having conjugal rights with her husband for the first 2 years.

 

3. Objects :- The object of awarding stipends to the trainees under training in the Community Centre is to make them capable of earning their livelihood.

4. Rate of stipends:- (i) The rate of stipend will be given to Rs. 100/- PM per trainee

4(ii) Raw Material :- the trainee shall also be awarded a sum of Rs.50 P.M. per trainee for the purchase of raw material during the course of training

The stipends are admissible for one course only. Rates and the manner of awarding stipend are subject to change as approved by the Government from time to time.

5. Sanctioning Authority:- All the stipends under the rules shall be awarded by the Director, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department, Haryana, or any officer subordinate to him to whom such powers have been delegated by the Director.

6(i) If a Harijan widow trainee contracts a marriage during the training period, she would be eligible for the benefits under the scheme like other trainees.

6(ii) The definition of Scheduled Castes Destitute Women will be as under:-

Divorced women, women whose husband have deserted, girls whose parents i.e. father or mother are not alive and the girls whose economic conditions is very low as compared to other Scheduled Castes.

6. Condition and mode of grant of stipend during leave of various kind:- (1) A trainee shall submit an application to the District Welfare Officer concerned through the Lady Social Worker concerned on a plain paper within the time limit as prescribed or notified by the Department from time to time. The application should be accompanied by a certificate signed by the member of the village Panch/ Sarpanch to this effect that the applicant is a Harijan Widow or a deserted/divorced woman.

(2) Stipends shall be payable during the following periods only:-

a)     All days of attendance.

b)     Sundays and sanctioned Holidays except those intervening of combined with the period of absence or unauthorized leave.

c)      Days of ordinary leave of not more than six working days at one time and fourteen working days in an academic year. If any period of absence exceeds these limits no stipend shall be payable for the excess period.

d)     Days of sick leave not exceeding six working days at one time and thirty working days in an academic year.

3) The head of the institution will be responsible to keep a register of leave for the purpose of these rules and preserve leave applications in support thereof.

A certificate in the following form signed by the Head of the Institution shall accompany the bill of stipends:-

Certified that the trainees on whose account the amount is being drawn actually attended the institution regularly and is not in receipt of any scholarship (s)/Stipends (S) from any other source during the said period.

Stipend once sanctioned will be applicable for the full length of training period subject to the conditions laid down in these rules.

After the stipend has been sanctioned by the Director or any officer subordinate to him to whom such powers has been delegated the stipend will be drawn on a monthly bill by the District Welfare Officer concerned and disbursed promptly to the trainees.

7. Forfeiture of stipends:- Indiscipline, gross, mis-conduct, laziness, irregularity in attendance and anti-social activities may lead to forfeiture of stipends.Stipend shall lapse if not received by the trainee within one month from the date of drawl. It shall stand forfeited in the event of:-

death of the trainee, the trainee remaining absent without leave, ordinary leave for more than six days at a time or fourteen days in an academic year and Medical leave for more than six days at a time or more than thirty days in an academic year. Lapsed or forfeited stipend(s) shall immediately be reported by the Head of the Institution to the sanctioning authority with reasons for lapse or forfeiture.

8. Recovery of stipends:- The amount of stipend to a trainee shall immediately be refundable by her if she f ails to complete the the training course. However this clause shall not be applicable in the case of trainee who get herself married during the training period.

9. Award of sewing Machine:- On the satisfactory completion of one year Training course, each trainee will be awarded a new sewing machine free of cost by Government, so that she may be-able to earn her livelihood.

Sd/-

B.S OJHA

Commissioner & Secretary to Government,

Haryana, Social Welfare Department.

 

uksV%

      ;g Ldhe vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka ,ao fiNMs+ oxZ dY;k.k foHkkx gfj;k.kk }kjk ykxw dh tkrh gS] vkSj ftyk dY;k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks fro"kZ jkf'k nh tkrh gSA