20 children will benefit – government will give wings to the dreams of 20 children in the Corona-affected district

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Government will give wings to the dreams of 20 children in the Corona-hit district
The amount goes to the state accounts for the education and adequate care of 4050 children
The governor and chief minister will conduct the program properly in Lok Bhavan. start
The program will also be broadcast live in the districts, the prime minister will also meet some children
Sant Kabir Nagar. Under the motto Education, Protection, Love and Children’s Rights, the government will make dreams come true, the amount will be transferred to their parents’ bank accounts on July 22nd to help the children affected by Kovid-19. After investigations by various means, 4050 such children of the state were identified who lost both parents or one of them during the Corona period (from March 2020).
Of these, 240 children are who have lost both parents, while 3810 children have lost one of them. These include a total of 20 children in the district who have lost one or both parents. In addition, 17 other orphaned children were identified in the district. The DM committee will soon make a decision on this as well. Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will duly inaugurate Bal Seva Yojana Thursday to improve the lives of children who have lost one or both of their parents during the covid period. This program is broadcast in all counties of the country. The Shweta Tripathi district probation officer said 20 children from the district were involved. Those who lost their mother or father during the Corona period. He said Rs 4,000 per month would be deposited into the bank account of the legal guardian of children aged zero to 18 who fall under the scheme category. The prerequisite for this is that the child is registered for schooling at a recognized school. Vaccination was carried out on time, and attention is paid to the child’s health and nutrition. In addition, children who have become orphans and have been placed in the Department’s childcare facilities by order of the Child Welfare Committee are admitted to Atal Residential Schools and Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools from grade 6 through 12. Bringing admission to Atal Residential Schools and the Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools for free education of 11 to 18 year old children up to 12th grade is also possible. The care of the child at the rate of 4,000 per month is granted to such a valid guardian in an account of Rs. 12,000 per year for the three months of school leave. This amount is awarded up to the 12th grade or up to the age of 18 years. If the child’s guardian does not wish to have access to these schools, an amount of Rs will be charged, provided the child has been admitted to an accredited school. One thousand rupees will be awarded for marriage if the girls identified under the program are marriageable. Tablet / laptop set-up is provided to children in grade 9 or above or up to the age of 18 who are completing vocational training. Precautions are taken to protect the movable and immovable property of these children. (Conversation)

Government will give wings to the dreams of 20 children in the Corona-hit district

The amount goes to the state accounts for the education and adequate care of 4050 children

The governor and chief minister will conduct the program properly in Lok Bhavan. start

The program will also be broadcast live in the districts, the prime minister will also meet some children

Sant Kabir Nagar. Under the motto Education, Protection, Love and Children’s Rights, the government will make dreams come true, the amount will be transferred to their parents’ bank accounts on July 22nd to help the children affected by Kovid-19. After investigations by various means, 4050 such children of the state were identified who lost both parents or one of them during the Corona period (from March 2020).

Of these, 240 children are who have lost both parents, while 3810 children have lost one of them. These include a total of 20 children in the district who have lost one or both parents. In addition, 17 other orphaned children were identified in the district. The DM committee will soon make a decision on this as well. Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will duly inaugurate Bal Seva Yojana Thursday to improve the lives of children who have lost one or both of their parents during the covid period. This program is broadcast in all counties of the country. The Shweta Tripathi district probation officer said 20 children from the district were involved. Those who lost their mother or father during the Corona period. He said Rs 4,000 per month would be deposited into the bank account of the legal guardian of children aged zero to 18 who fall under the scheme category. The prerequisite for this is that the child is registered for schooling at a recognized school. Vaccination was carried out on time, and attention is paid to the child’s health and nutrition. In addition, children who have become orphans and have been placed in the Department’s childcare facilities by order of the Child Welfare Committee are admitted to Atal Residential Schools and Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools from grade 6 through 12. Bringing admission to Atal Residential Schools and the Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools for free education of 11 to 18 year old children up to 12th grade is also possible. The care of the child in the amount of 4000 per month is given to the account of Rs. This amount is awarded up to the 12th grade or up to the age of 18 years. If the child’s guardian does not wish to have access to these schools, an amount of Rs will be charged, provided the child has been admitted to an accredited school. One thousand rupees will be awarded for marriage if the girls identified under the program are marriageable. Tablet / laptop set-up is provided to children in grade 9 or above or up to 18 years of age who are completing vocational training. Precautions are taken to protect the movable and immovable property of these children. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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