Shikshit Yuva Sammanit Hua scheme to be launched by Pm Modi in Haryana
“Shikshit Yuva Sammanit Hua” is a new scheme going to be launched by Pm Modi along with Chief minister of Haryana Khattar for Haryana domicile people.This scheme is for unemployed post-graduates who are looking for job various government ,private departments will give them some work.
Shikshit Yuva Sammanit Hua new scheme to be launched by Khattar & Modi in Haryana
This scheme named ‘Shikshit Yuva Sammanit Hua’ will start from tomorrow. At present, the number of post-graduates who are registered with the employment exchange is 1100. However, their (fresh) registration will start from tomorrow. This scheme will be open for Haryana domicile people,”Khattar said though only 1100 unemployed post-graduates are registered with employment exchange at present, according to estimates, there are 30,000 unemployed post-graduate youth who have not registered.
“If we include these too for the monthly honorarium to be given to them, then it will put a burden of Rs 324 crore per year on the state ex-chequer,” Khattar informed.
Giving benefit to the Home Guard jawans, Khattar said that their per day pay has been hiked from Rs 300 at present to Rs 572 per day, making it at par with police constables from the state are given.
“This will benefit 14,025 Home Guard jawans and will entail a financial implication of nearly Rs 50 crore per year,”
Khattar said Haryana government gives monthly pension to various categories of people including old age, widow pension, pension to physically challenged persons, besides others.
He said that instead of 1 January, 2017 as announced earlier, the benefit of enhanced pension of Rs 1600 from present Rs 1400 per month will be given to these people with effect from Tuesday.
Twenty two lakh people of various categories are getting this monthly pension at present, he informed.
Speaking about the destitute children, he said their financial assistance of Rs 500 per month has been enhanced to Rs 700. These children get this assistance till age 21.
Village chowkidars will now get a bicycle and an umbrella in addition to the torch which they used to already get during a five-year period, entailing an expenditure of Rs 2 crore, Khattar further said.
About Gurugram Development Authority, whose announcement was made recently, Khattar said it will start functioning with effect from tomorrow and IAS officer V Umashankar, who was on deputation in Delhi, he has been made OSD of the GDA.
Meanwhile, on being asked if honorarium for unemployed post-graduate youths came with a rider that beneficiaries must clear electricity dues to avail the scheme, Khattar, without conforming, said, “There is nothing wrong if people are asked to clear their dues.”
“Financial assistance to non-school going differently-abled children will be increased from Rs 700 to Rs 1,000 per month,” he announced, adding special camps will be held to distribute artificial aids and appliances to one lakh “Divyangs”.
“A Rs 3,000 per month financial assistance will be given to ex-servicemen who are 60 years or above, including those who are physically disabled or paraplegic. Their war-widows and orphan children will also benefit. It is also for war-widows of 1962, 1965 and 1971 wars,” Khattar announced, adding the assistance is now between Rs 1,500 and Rs 2,000.
“Scholarship to cadets from Haryana at the Rashtriya Indian Military College in Dehradun will be increased from Rs 35,000 to Rs 50,000 per year,” he said, adding police personnel will wear a ‘Haryana Swarna Jayanti Medal’ on their uniform.
State has a Rs 2,000 crore scheme to strengthen irrigation system.