The second wave of corona transmission in the state can be called a natural calamity, a large number of corona affected families in the state have lost loved ones. Thousands of children have been orphaned by the tragic death of their parents. By providing financial assistance to children in the state who have lost both their parents, they will get the benefit of the Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana of the state government for their livelihood.
The Child Service Scheme was announced at a meeting of the Core Committee chaired by the Chief Minister and attended by Deputy Chief Minister Shri Nitinbhai Patel, Energy Minister Saurabhbhai Patel, Minister of State for Home Pradipsinh Jadeja as well as Chief Secretary Anil Mukim and Senior Secretaries.
Chief Minister Shri Vijaybhai Rupani made the following announcement.
Children up to the age of 18 years and both parents who have died in Corona will be given assistance of Rs. 4,000 per child per month. YUVA scheme lunch by pm modi.
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Adult children whose studies will continue will be given a monthly stipend of Rs. 6000 will be provided.
The benefit of CM Yuva Swavalamban for higher education will be given to children who have lost both parents on priority basis without any income limit.
Children who have lost both their parents will get priority medical treatment under the card scheme in CM Amrutam.
Even after completing 21 years, young men and women who are engaged in higher studies will get the benefit of Rs.6000 / – per month under After Care Scheme till the year of study or till the age of 24 years, i.e. graduate level courses for this scheme. Will be considered valid.
Scholarships prescribed by the Department of Adi Jati Vikas to the children belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Economically Backward Classes of the State which will be sanctioned subject to the resolutions, circulars, rules of that department.
Educational loans for study in the state as well as loans for study abroad will be given on priority basis irrespective of the income limit of any caste.
Orphans will be covered under Mukhyamantri Yuva Swavalamban Yojana MYSY for higher education and its benefits will be given on first come first served basis without any income limit.
Under Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana, vocational training for children above 14 years of age and skill development training for children above 18 years of age will be given on a priority basis at government expense.
The benefit of this scheme will also be available by including the destitute girls who have lost their parents under the Kunwarbai Nu Mamoru scheme for. The foster parents of the children taking advantage of this scheme will be covered on a priority basis under National Food Security.
Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani has said that the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment of the State Government will be functioning as the nodal agency for the implementation of the Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. The front line Corona Warriors, who have lost their lives in the Corona transition, are also standing by their families in the hour of grief by providing generous assistance.
On the eve of the completion of seven years of Shri Narendrabhai Modi-led government, the present Bharatiya Janata Party government in Gujarat has also announced this Mukhya Mantri Bal Seva Yojana for the economic support of orphans and destitute children in Gujarat and their future.
Shri Nitinbhai Patel, Deputy Chief Minister, Shri Saurabhbhai Patel, Minister of State for Energy, Shri Pradipsinh Jadeja, Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Anil Mukim, Chief Secretary,In this regard, the Chief Minister said that the sensitive government of Gujarat is fully sympathetic to the plight of such destitute and parents who have lost both their parents in this difficult time of Corona and has shown its service to provide financial support to such children through Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojana. Explaining the benefits and other features of this CM Bal Seva Yojana, he said that the children in the state who have lost both their parents will get the benefit of the state government’s “Mukhya Mantri Bal Seva Yojana” for their livelihood by providing financial assistance. He said the decision was taken to launch the scheme to provide training, loans and assistance for the upbringing, education, health and self-employment of children whose parents have died during the transition to the Koro epidemic.