District welfare office district hisar, government of haryana

The aim of this scheme is to provide an amount of Rs 25,000/- in one installment for repair of their houses to the people of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Tapriwas who are living below poverty line. Applicant should be permanent resident of Haryana and house which is required to be repair should be in the name of applicant. Such house of applicant should be atleast 10 years old constructed by himself or through any government aid provided he was not provided any aid for the repair of such house by Govt Haryana.

In implementation of The Protection of Civil Right Act (PCR) 1955, to eradicate the evil of anti- un-touchability, debate and seminars are being organised.

Under this scheme, lecture and essay writing competition on un-touchability are being conducted at District Headquarters and Colleges and an amount of Rs 10000/- per seminar is being granted for this purpose.

Under this scheme, with a aim to inculcate the feelings of competitions in the students of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes for post matric classes on acquiring the required prescribed percentage, an amount of Rs 8000/- to Rs 12000/- is being given whose parents/guardians’s annual family income from all sources is not more than 4.00 lakhs.

Under the centrally sponsored scheme post matric scholarship for Scheduled Castes, students of SC category whose parents/guardian’s annual family income from all source is not more than 2.50 lakhs, are being granted maintenance allowance of Rs 230/- to 1200/- per months. In addition, all non-refundable fees are being reimbursed to the students for all post matric courses under this scheme.

Under the scheme, students of BC category whose parents/guardian’s annual family income from all source is not more than 1.00 lakh, are being granted maintenance allowance of Rs 160/- to 750/- per months. From the session 2015-16, in addition to the maintenance allowance, girl child of BPL family and all son/daughters of widow are being given all non-refundable fees and from 2017-18 all other eligible students will be granted 25% of tuition fees or Rs 5000/- (whichever is less) is being reimbursed to the students for all post matric courses

Under this scheme, for the students of scheduled castes, 90% amount is given by Govt of India and 10% is to be borne by the institution. For construction of hostel or extension, 50% amount is given by Govt of India and balance 50% to be borne by State Govt and University. For private institutions, 45% amount is given by Central Govt, 45% by State Govt and balance 10% amount is to be borne by the institution.

90% amount for construction of hostel for the girls of backward classes and 60% amount for construction of hostel for boys of Backward Classes are being given of Govt of India. Private Universities and institutions are being given 45% grants by Govt of India and 45% by State Govt and 10% to be borne by itself. The calculation of construction is done according to the instructions of Govt of India.

With a aim to generate the occasion of self-employment among the widows/ destitute/ girls of scheduled castes and backward classes one year tailoring training is being provided under this scheme. In addition an amount of Rs 300/- for purchasing raw material and Rs 600/- as monthly stipend is being given to each trainee and there is a provision to provide a new sewing machine after successful training.