Government will be formed for children orphaned by Kovid, Chief Minister Corona Child Welfare Scheme

Government will be formed for children orphaned by Kovid, Chief Minister Corona Child Welfare Scheme – 

One-time grant of ₹ 100000 as immediate assistance under ‘Chief Minister Corona Child Welfare Scheme’ to destitute children who lose both parents or single surviving mother or father due to corona and ₹ 2500 per month till the completion of 18 years. will be given. The girl students studying in the college, destitute due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, will be given admission on priority basis in the hostels run by the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment. The destitute students studying in the college will get the benefit of ‘Ambedkar DBT Voucher Scheme’. Widow women who have lost their husbands due to the COVID-19 pandemic will also be given a lump sum grant of ₹ 100000 by the state government. Also, such widows will be given a widow pension of ₹ 1500 per month. There will be no age limit and income limit for this.

The state government will now be the support of the orphan children who have lost their parents due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Under the Chief Minister’s Corona Child Welfare Scheme, a lump sum grant of one lakh rupees and two and a half thousand rupees till the completion of 18 years to destitute children who have lost both parents or single surviving mother or father due to corona. will be given monthly. When the orphan boy and girl attains the age of 18 years, she will be given a one-time assistance of Rs.5 lakh. Facility of education up to class 12th will be provided to such children free of cost through residential schools or hostels.

Due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, the girl students studying in High College will be given admission on priority basis in the hostels run by the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment. The destitute students studying in the college will get the benefit of ‘Ambedkar DBT Voucher Scheme’. Priority will be given in giving unemployment allowance to destitute youth affected by the Kovid epidemic under the ‘Mukhyamantri Yuva Sambal Yojana’.

Widow women who have lost their husbands due to this epidemic will also be given a lump sum grant of one lakh rupees by the state government. In addition, such widows will be given a widow pension of Rs. There will be no age limit and income limit for this. The children of these widows will be given Rs.1,000 per month for subsistence and Rs.2,000 per child annually for school dress and books.

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