About Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Bal Sewa Yojana
We all know that the Coronavirus epidemic has taken away the livelihoods of many people, snatched food from the mouths of the poorest families in the country, foremost deprived many innocent children of their parents or guardians so that the child is now completely destitute. Although the coronavirus also affected other states in the country, the number of such cases in Uttar Pradesh is a bit higher. In the second wave of coronavirus, about 160 children in the state of Uttar Pradesh have lost both their parents and more than 1800 children have lost one of their parents. The project will provide a grant of Rs 4,000 per month to the guardians of those orphaned children in Uttar Pradesh (who currently look after the child) until the child reaches the age of 18. In addition, 1 lakh 1 thousand rupees will be provided for the marriage of orphans girls, and laptops, smartphones, etc. will also be provided free of cost to encourage the child to study. It has been identified as a huge welfare project in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
- Taking the responsibility of the children who have lost both of their parents to the effects of the corona virus
- To provide social protection to those children
- To provide all the development materials including child rearing, education and initiation to all those children
- To ensure that children who have lost their parents or guardians in the Corona epidemic have not to face any obstacles in their lives
Full Overview Of UP Mukhyamantri Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Bal Sewa Yojana
|Name of Scheme||UP Mukhyamantri Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Bal Sewa Yojana|
|Launched by||Hon’ble CM Of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath|
|State Name||Uttar Pradesh|
|Implementation Date|| 30/05/2021 |
|Incentive||Rs 4000 /Per Month till the child reaches the age of eighteen years|
|Beneficiaries||Unemployed Youth Of The State|
|Application Starts||Already Started|
- The applicant child must be a permanent resident of the State of Uttar Pradesh
- Only those children who have lost their parents or legal guardians are eligible to apply for this scheme
- There must be a certificate that Proves that the child’s parents died of the Covid epidemic
The Yogi government of the state has launched the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Child Care Scheme to take care of the children who lost their parents in the Corona epidemic.
- Under this scheme, up to Rs 4,000 per month will be provided to the guardian or supervisor of each orphan child (due to this corona epidemic) for the care of the child. The child will receive this assistance until he or she becomes an adult (18 years old)
The state government of Uttar Pradesh will provide a grant of Rs 101,000 at the time of the marriage of orphan girls.
The Uttar Pradesh government will provide smartphones, tablets, or laptops to such orphans studying in schools, colleges, or receiving vocational education to further encourage them in their studies.
Apart from this, children under the age of ten who do not have parents or families will be taken care of by the State Government in government children’s homes (children) run by the Government of India.
The child will be able to take interest-free loans for higher education in the future.
- Aadhaar Card
- Adress Proof
- applicant’s Parents Death Certificate cause of Covid-19
- Children and his Parents relation Details proof
- Age certificate of the child
How To Apply
This application can be submitted to the office of the concerned Village Development Officer, Gram Panchayat Officer, Development Block or District Probation Officer in rural areas and
In urban areas this application can be made from Tehsil or District Probation Office