Up Government Will Fulfill The Dream Of Higher Education, Survey Of Children Who Lost Their Parents In Corona

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Varanasi Published by: Hari User Updated Sat, 14 Aug 2021 01:32 AM IST

Summary Rs 2500 per month will be given to students who lose their parents after March 1, 2020. In this category, students of 18 to 23 years who want to get a bachelor’s degree or diploma after passing the class 12 examination, will also be given this benefit.

CM Yogi Adityanath. – Photo: Amar Ujala.

The dream of higher education for the children who lost their parents during the Corona period will come true. A survey is being conducted for this. This survey has started in Varanasi also. Apart from making complete arrangements for better health, care, education of the children who lost their parents during the Corona period, now the government will also fulfill the dream of 18 to 23 year old students to pursue higher education.With the approval of the Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojna from the cabinet, an order has been issued to the district administration on behalf of V Hekali Jhimomi, Principal Secretary, Women and Child Development Department. Praveen Tripathi, District Probation Officer, Varanasi said that students below the age of 18 years who have lost both parents or one/guardian after March 1, 2020, will be given assistance of Rs 2500 per month.

In this category, students of 18 to 23 years who want to get a bachelor’s degree or diploma after passing the class 12 examination will also be given this benefit. Apart from this, the meritorious who have passed the national, state level competitive examinations like NEET, JEE will also be given the benefit of the scheme on completion of 23 years of age or pursuing graduate education or diploma. He said that the survey is being conducted. So that maximum number of students can get the benefit of it.

Explanation: The dream of higher education for the children who lost their parents during the Corona period will come true. A survey is being conducted for this. This survey has started in Varanasi also. Apart from making complete arrangements for better health, care, education of the children who lost their parents during the Corona period, now the government will also fulfill the dream of 18 to 23 year old students to pursue higher education.

With the approval of the Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Bal Seva Yojna from the cabinet, an order has been issued to the district administration on behalf of V Hekali Jhimomi, Principal Secretary, Women and Child Development Department. Praveen Tripathi, District Probation Officer, Varanasi said that students below the age of 18 years who have lost both parents or one/guardian after March 1, 2020, will be given assistance of Rs 2500 per month.

In this category, students of 18 to 23 years who want to get a bachelor’s degree or diploma after passing the class 12 examination will also be given this benefit. Apart from this, the meritorious who have passed the national, state level competitive examinations like NEET, JEE will also be given the benefit of the scheme on completion of 23 years of age or pursuing graduate education or diploma. He said that the survey is being done. So that maximum number of students can get the benefit of it.

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