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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Good News For Student, CM Rupani advertised for these children, assistance of Rs 1500 per student.

Good News For Student, CM Rupani advertised for these children, assistance of Rs 1500 per student.

Gandhinagar: A core committee meeting was chaired by the CM and Deputy CM at Gandhinagar.  CM Vijaybhai Rupani, who has gone to his home in the state's ashram schools, Diyasang hostels of the Samaras hostel and the child protection house in the lockdown, declared the corona virus.  He has announced a grant of Rs 1500 per student for the expenses of April.

In the current state of lockdown, these children have moved into their homes or have shifted.  An estimated 3 lakh 25 thousand children will be given Rs 1500 for assistance during April.  In addition, CM Rupani made another sensitive decision. The Government will also provide 1,500 such assistance in April in the current lockdown in the state of lockdown in the state.

An important decision was taken at a core committee meeting chaired by CM Vijay Rupani and Deputy CM Nitin Patel.  The Chief Minister announced in detail that the children belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backpunches and non-reserved classes in the state, who live and study in hostels, ashram schools.  The state government will provide regular meal support to them.
The BJP government’s announcement is seen as an attempt to counter Hardik Patel’s agitation on August 25, where he has threatened the state government to sit on a fast-unto-death till his demands for reservation for the Patidar community is not met.About 1.5 crore of Gujarat’s total 6.5 crore population do not avail any jobs or education-related government benefits and these schemes will cover a large number of them, according to Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel. Earlier this year, the state government had made a budgetary provision of ₹ 600 crore for the Gujarat Unreserved Educational & Economical Development Corporation to implement these schemes.
The schemes unveiled on Friday include the Educational Studies Scheme, the Foreign Studies Scheme and a scheme to create self employment, among others.

Under the Educational Studies Scheme, a person from the non-reserved category can avail a loan of up to Rs10 lakh for college education at 4% interest every year. Besides the Rs3 lakh or below income criteria, the candidate has to secure 60% in 1the 2th grade.

The Foreign Studies Scheme will help a person who wants to pursue further studies after completing his 12th grade. The candidate can avail a loan of up to ₹5 lakh for a 4% interest if he/she has secured 60% in the 12th grade and annual family income is ₹ 4.5 lakh.

Gujarat currently has 49.5% reservation, including 7.5% for Scheduled Castes, 15% for Scheduled Tribes and 27% for OBCs. In 1992, the Supreme Court set a ceiling of 50% for all types of reservations, while ruling that the Mandal Commission’s recommendation giving reservations to OBCs was constitutionally valid.

This scheme for construction of hostels for Scheduled Caste (SC) students is one of the means to enable and encourage children/students belonging to these Castes (SC) to attain quality education. Such hostels are immensely beneficial to the students hailing from rural and remote areas of the country. While the scheme of construction of hostels for SC girls is in operation from the Third Five Year Plan (1961-66), the same for boys was started with effect from the year 1989-90. 

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The existence of systems is probably only since human civilization has evolved, there are many types of systems prevailing in the whole world. Systems or Practices, which were made for human society. But sometimes these systems subdue humans, The perception of the tradition falls on their thinking and understanding, and if somebody removes the curtain and conveyed the truth to the people, then some people suppress that “transformative thinking”.

One such system the “dowry system”. After the marriage, the gifts, household items, rupees and ornaments, and any kind of movable and immovable property brought with her by the daughter-in-law are called dowry.
Dowry-system was started as blessings to give a start to a new home of daughter after marriage. But due to the time, some greedy tendencies people have changed the real meaning of this system. Now “dowry system” has become a very important part of marriage. Dowry system is not only prevail in India but also in Europe, Africa, China, Greece, Japan and more other countries. In different countries, the type and purpose of dowry have remained very different, but now many countries have stopped the circulation of this practice, but this practice in India has still been formidable form.

Many people pretend not to take dowry, At first the groom-side people say that “we only need your daughter” And then there are later dialogues “There should be at least one gold chain, ring and 51 thousand cash in the “Teeka” (a kind of ritual before marriage), otherwise what will be our respect in the relatives?” After that, before marriage “daughter should have her ornaments in full with her, and then whatever you wish, give her, taking care of caste and society.” The Excuse is to keep honour in the caste and society and means the solution is itself. If the boy is a doctor or engineer then the demand for dowry increases even more because the boy is very educated.

Many laws have been made to eradicate the dowry system and over time the law has been made more rigid. But still, daughters could not escape. Many dowry grievances cannot reach the law and daughters commit sins like suicide. Laws related to Dowry system are following -
• According to the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, there is a provision for the imprisonment of 5 years and fine of 15,000 rupees for taking dowry, giving or cooperating in its transactions

The primary objective of the revised scheme is to attract implementing agencies for undertaking construction of hostels, especially for SC girls, towards the broader vision of containment and reduction of their dropout rate. The other objectives are: (i) having a girls hostel with a capacity of 100 seats, in every block headquarters of low literacy districts not having one as of now, by way of priority, (ii) repairing and proper maintenance of hostels, and (iii) having an effective mechanism for monitoring, review, etc. The scheme is implemented through the State Governments, Union Territory Administrations and the Central & State Universities/ Institutions. These implementing agencies are provided eligible central assistance as per provisions of the scheme, for fresh construction of hostel buildings, for expansion of the existing hostel facilities and for periodic repair and maintenance of the hostels constructed under this Scheme.






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