Know about yogi government kanya sumangala yojana and how beneficial for girl child – Kanya Sumangala Yojana: Yogi government is giving 15 thousand rupees to daughters, know which documents are needed
There are many schemes in the country to take forward the daughters of the country. One such scheme is Kanya Sumangala Yojana. Which is implemented by the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The specialty of this scheme is that from the time the daughter is born till her graduation, the daughter gets an amount of Rs 15,000. Which goes to the mother’s account before the daughter completes 18 years.
The main reason for bringing this scheme by the state government was that due to paucity of money, one should not be deprived of studies. The government also helps girls to get jobs after completion of their studies. Let us also tell you who can take this scheme after all. Also how this scheme can be taken advantage of.
What is Kanya Sumangala Yojana? Under this scheme, the daughters of economically weaker families of the state are helped. The scheme provides all possible help for the education of daughters and securing their future. Under this scheme, both the education and health of the daughters are taken care of. According to the data, the Yogi government had released a budget of Rs 1200 crore for the Kanya Sumangala Yojana in 2019-20. This scheme emphasizes on the education of daughters. Direct bank transfer takes place in the account of the beneficiaries of this scheme.
Who gets the benefit of this scheme: Families whose income is only 3 lakh rupees.
– Must be a resident of Uttar Pradesh in origin, with a permanent residence certificate.
Two daughters of a family can get the benefit of this scheme.
– If a woman has twin girls and after that the third child is also a daughter, then the third daughter will also get the benefit of this scheme.
What documents are included in the Permanent Residence Certificate: Ration card is included.
Aadhar card also comes under the category of permanent certificate.
Voter ID is also kept in permanent proof.
The address mentioned in the electricity bill has also been kept in the permanent certificate.
The bill for the telephone number of the house will also be valid as a permanent certificate.
Rupee transfer is done in 6 steps: In the first phase, 2 thousand rupees are available on the birth of a daughter.
In the second phase, one thousand rupees are helped during the vaccination of the daughter.
In the third phase, when the daughter comes in the first class, two thousand rupees are given.
Under the fourth phase, 2 thousand rupees are given when the daughter comes to the sixth class.
In the fifth phase, 3 rupees are given when the daughter comes to the 9th standard.
In the last phase, after passing the 12th standard, the help of Rs 5 thousand is given for taking admission in graduation or two-year diploma course.
Benefits can be taken in this way: The money will be transferred to the mother’s account until the daughter becomes an adult.
On the death of the mother, the amount will be transferred to the father’s account.
On the death of both the parents, the direct amount will be transferred to the daughter’s account.
– Application in the scheme can be done online on the website www.mksy.up.gov.in.
– Those who cannot go to the Jan Suvidha Kendra / CSC Center for online application, they can fill the form and submit it to the office of Block Development Officer, SDM, District Probation Officer, Deputy Chief Probation Officer.
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