Certificate of childcare system handed over to 12 children

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Kanpur landscape. The Uttar Pradesh Child Service Scheme was launched on Thursday in the district under the chairmanship of DM. The MLAs presented 12 children with certificates. As part of the regulation, the district administration has been looking after the children who have lost their parents and guardians in the corona epidemic for 18 years.
Uttar Pradesh Bal Seva Yojana was presented on Thursday at the Vikas Bhawan Auditorium in the district. Children who have lost their parents and legal guardians as a result of the corona epidemic are brought up under this regulation. Officials said children under the age of 18 would be paid 4,000 rupees a month under the program. Apart from that, they will benefit from Atal Awas Yojana.
Admission to the course takes place in Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya. District probation officer Abhishek Pandey said 52 children were selected under the program. In the first phase, 25 children will benefit from the program. While 27 children are supported in the second phase.
Sadar MLA Pratibha Shukla, Rasulabad MLA Nirmala Sankhwar, DM JP Singh, CDO Soumya Pandey presented certificates to 12 children of the program. The DM said that such children should not face any problems. DDO Gorakhnath Bhatt, Child Protection Officer Dharmendra Ojha etc.

Kanpur landscape. The Uttar Pradesh Child Service Scheme was launched on Thursday in the district under the chairmanship of DM. The MLAs presented 12 children with certificates. As part of the regulation, the district administration has been looking after the children who have lost their parents and guardians in the corona epidemic for 18 years.

Uttar Pradesh Bal Seva Yojana was presented on Thursday at the Vikas Bhawan Auditorium in the district. Children who have lost their parents and legal guardians as a result of the corona epidemic are brought up under this regulation. Officials said children under the age of 18 would be paid 4,000 rupees a month under the program. Apart from that, they will benefit from Atal Awas Yojana.

Admission to the course takes place in Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya. District probation officer Abhishek Pandey said 52 children were selected under the program. In the first phase, 25 children will benefit from the program. While 27 children are supported in the second phase.

Sadar MLA Pratibha Shukla, Rasulabad MLA Nirmala Sankhwar, DM JP Singh, CDO Soumya Pandey presented certificates to 12 children of the program. The DM said that such children should not face any problems. DDO Gorakhnath Bhatt, Child Protection Officer Dharmendra Ojha etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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