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SALBONI DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
SALBONI - 721147, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India
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Scheme Name:K A N Y A S H R E E
Department:Women & Child Development & Social Welfare, Higher Education
Target of the Scheme:To reduce the number of Dropout Girl-Students and to reduce the number of child marriage, illegal immigration of girl-child etc.
Type & Amount of Assistance:
Category-K1: Unmarried Girl-Student between 13 to 18 years of age studying at any Govt. or Govt. aided School/Madrasa/ Open-School or equivalent or vocational/ Technical education or college/ university or even in Sports organization will get this assistance of Rs. 1000/- (Rupees one thousand only) per year.
Category-K2: At the time of application if any Girl-Student of age more than 18 but less than 19 years studying at any institution as mentioned above will get assistance of Rs. 25,000/-(Rupees Twenty Five Thousand Only) for once.
Category-K2: Girl-Student studying at post graduate level will get assistance of Rs. 2500/- (Rupees two thousand and five hundred only) per month for Science stream and Rs. 2500/- (Rupees two thousand only) per month for Commerce and Arts stream.
Correspondance: Own School/ College/ University.


Scheme Name:R U P A S H R E E
Department:Women & Child Development & Social Welfare, Higher Education
Target of the Scheme:To reduce the number of Dropout Girl-Students and to reduce the number of child marriage, illegal immigration of girl-child etc.
Type & Amount of Assistance: Any girl of age 18 years or more will get Rs. 25,000/-(Rupees Twenty Five Thousand Only) once for her first time marriage if annual income of her family is less than Rs. 1,50,000/-(Rupees One Lakh and Fifty Thousand Only).
Correspondance: Visit to your Block Development Office/ Municipality Office with all valid and relevant papers.


Scheme Name:S A M A J I K  S U R A K S H A
Department:Department of Labour
Target of the Scheme:SSY -Samajik Suraksha Yojana - Social Security for Unorganised workers
Type & Amount of Assistance: Resident of West Bengal, Age 18-60 years, Monthly income less than 6500/-(Rupees six thousand anf five hunderd only)- [Not applicable for Construction and Transport workers], Self Employment Labour. Must be rigistered under Labour Department. They will received "Samajik Mukti Card".
Facilities:
  • Provident Fund: Own contribution Rs. 25/- per month, Govt. will Give Rs. 30/- per month, Rate of Interest as applicable for PF.
  • Health and Family Welfare: Assistance of Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees twenty thousand only) yearly for treatment of the Labour or his/her family member
  • Death & Disability: Normal Death: Rs. 50,000/-, Accidental Death: Rs. 2,00,000/-, Disability: Rs. 50,000/- to Rs. 2,00,000/-
  • Education: For higher education of children from Rs. 4000/- to Rs. 30,000/-
  • Training & Skill Development: Completion of UG education or equivalent Skill Development @25,000/- for up to two daughters





  • Correspondance:
    District & Subdivision: RLO
    Block Development Office/ Municipality: LWFC.


    Scheme Name:K H A D Y A  S A T H I
    Department:Food & Supply Department
    Target of the Scheme: Providing food to the socioeconomically backward people of this state.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Through the Khadya Sathi Scheme, launched in 2016, the State Government is ensuring food security for the people of the state, the hallmark of the scheme being giving 5 kilogram (kg) of rice or wheat per family member per month at Rs 2 per kg. There are special arrangements under this scheme for those below the poverty line, affected by the Cyclone Aila, working in tea gardens, living in the Jangalmahal region and a few other categories.
    Correspondance: Food and Supply department. Toll-free telephone number 1967, 1800-345-5505.


    Scheme Name: S A B O O J  S A T H I
    Department: Backward Classes Welfare Department and the West Bengal SC, ST and OBC Development & Finance Corporation (formerly WB SC & ST Dev & Fin Corporation)
    Target of the Scheme: The scheme was conceived with the primary objective of enhancing student access to Secondary Education.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Sabuj Sathi is a scheme, launched in 2015, for gifting bicycles to students of classes IX, X, XI and XII, both boys and girls, to make it easier for even those living in far-off places, to come to school and go back home conveniently. The green-coloured bicycles have noticeably improved attendance and have proved to be a tool of student empowerment, just like Kanyashree.
    Correspondance: Own School.


    Scheme Name: S H I K S H A S R E E
    Department: Backward Classes Welfare Department
    Target of the Scheme: The scheme was conceived with the primary objective of reducing dropouts for SC/ST students.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Shikshashree is a scholarship scheme, begun in 2014, for scheduled caste (SC) category students from classes V to VIII. The scholarship is being paid directly into the bank accounts of the students.
    Correspondance: Own educational institution, Block/Gram Panchayat Office, Backward Classes Welfare Department.


    Scheme Name: S A B U J S R E E
    Department: West Bengal Forest Department
    Target of the Scheme: Increase the Green Cover of the state through plantation of more than 15 lakh seedlings per year. To develop emotional and personal bonding between the child and the plant as it grows along with the child. To generate social awareness and concern for environment. To create asset for the child for meeting future needs.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Sabujshree is an innovative scheme which connects two noble causes – protecting the environment and promoting girl children. Under the scheme, launched in 2016, the mother of a new-born girl child is handed over saplings for free to plant in some place where it can be taken care of – so the tree grows up under her care just like her girl child.
    Correspondance: Office of the Forest Officer.


    Scheme Name: G A T I D H A R A
    Department: West Bengal Transport Department
    Target of the Scheme: Gatidhara is a scheme of the Government of West Bengal administered by Transport Department for employment of registered unemployed youth of the State in transport sector.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Through the Gatidhara Scheme, launched in 2014, the government provides loans of upto Rs 10 lakh on easy instalment basis to enable people to buy cars, small trucks, etc. for commercial use, with a subsidy of 30 per cent or up to Rs 1 lakh over the sanctioned loan while repaying the loan. Families with a monthly income of Rs 25,000 or less qualify for financial support under this scheme.
    Correspondance: Applicants may contact with office of the Regional Transport Officer (RTO) for district level and Regional offices of the State Transport Authority (STA) situated at Kolkata, Durgapur and Siliguri for state level permit.


    Scheme Name: G E E T A N J A L I
    Department: HOUSING DEPARTMENT Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: Providing own house to the poor people in rural areas.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Gitanjali is a housing scheme, introduced in 2011, meant for providing shelter to people belonging to economically weaker sections (EWS). A grant of Rs 70,000 is provided to a beneficiary in the plains whereas Rs 75,000 is provided to a beneficiary from the Hills region, the Sundarbans and Jangalmahal.
    Correspondance: Block Development Office of the area.


    Scheme Name: L O K P R A S A R
    Department: Information & Cultural Department Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: To revive and showcase the different folk music forms of Bengal.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: The scheme, Lok Prasar Prakalpa was started in 2014 to rejuvenate the folk arts of Bengal coupled with the aim of disseminating social messages and information on the various developmental schemes run by the State Government. Folk artistes between 18 and 60 years of age receive a retainer ship fee of Rs 1,000, and in addition an opportunity for four performances per month, with Rs 1,000 paid for each. Senior artistes, that is, those above 60, receive a similar sum as monthly pension.
    Correspondance: Office of the District Information & Cultural Officer.


    Scheme Name: F A I R  P R I C E  M E D I C A L  S H O P S
    Department: HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT, Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: The purpose of this initiative is to ensure round the clock availability of quality medicines, consumables, surgical items, implants etc at preapproved discounted rates over the Maximum Retail Price (MRP) to provide utmost benefits to the patients through the fair price outlets within the Medical Colleges and District Hospitals/SD Hospitals in the state of West Bengal.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: The purpose of Fair Price Medicine Shops (FPMS) or (in Bengali) ‘Najyamuller Aushadher Dokan’, first established in 2012, is to ensure round-the-clock availability of quality medicines, consumables, surgical items, implants, etc. at pre-approved discounted rates over the maximum retail price (MRP), to enable people from all economic backgrounds to buy them. These types of medicine shops are located at State Government-run hospitals and medical college-cum-hospitals.
    Correspondance: HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT, Government of West Bengal.


    Scheme Name: S H I S H U  S A T H I
    Department: HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT, Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: To provide free treatment to children who need heart surgeries, irrespective of how rich or poor the parents are.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Shishu Sathi Prakalpa is a programme which was launched (in 2013) for providing free-of-cost operations for children up to the age of 18 years, covering the treatment of congenital cardiac diseases, cleft lip/palate and club foot. It is available at all State Government hospitals having pediatric facilities and at three private hospitals, namely, RN Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, BM Birla Heart Research Centre (both in Kolkata) and Durgapur Mission hospital.
    Correspondance: CMOH of the district/ BMOH in the block level/ DFWO in Kolkata.


    Scheme Name: S H I S H U  A L O Y
    Department: Department of Women & Child Development and Social Welfare, Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: The strength of the nation lies in a healthy and educated child population. 11.07% of the population of West Bengal are in the age group of 0-6 years. It is the collective responsibility of the state and the society to ensure the well-being and fullest development of the children.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Shishu Aloys, launched in 2012, are a type of advanced Anganwadi Centres, aimed at making children ready for school at the age of 6 years. Here, children are prepared for schools in every possible way as well as provided with nutritious food; they also get medical assistance.
    Correspondance: Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS).


    Scheme Name: S W A S T H Y A  S A T H I
    Department: Health and Family welfare Department, Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: Basic health cover for secondary and tertiary care up to Rs. 5 lakh per annum per family.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Swasthya Sathi, announced in 2016, is a cashless group health insurance scheme (that is, including families) or all those employed by the State Government’s departments, both permanently and part-time. It is meant for various categories of employees like panchayat functionaries, para-workers like ASHAs, anganwadi workers and civic police volunteers, contractual, part-time and daily wage earners under various departments, teachers and non-teaching staff of primary schools, secondary schools and government-aided madrasahs, and others.
    Correspondance: Health and Family welfare Department, Government of West Bengal.


    Scheme Name: Y U V A S R E E
    Department: Labour Department, Government of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: For providing financial assistance to jobseekers enrolled in Employment Bank to enable them to enhance their employability by undergoing some education or training within the period of assistance.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Yuvashree was launched in 2013 to extend financial assistance of Rs 1,500 per month to 1 lakh of the job seekers registered in the employment bank portal, launched earlier by the government, selected on the basis of criteria like education (those who have passed at least eighth standard) and age group (beneficiaries must be in the age group of 18 to 45 years). The recipients of the allowance are required to use it for training, vocational or otherwise, which will make them fit for employment.
    Correspondance: The applicant has to visit the official website of the employment bank of West Bengal to register as a job seeker.


    Scheme Name: K H E L A S R E E
    Department: West Bengal Department of Sports
    Target of the Scheme: To build strong moral character and make them employable through various cultural and physical activities which help them to build scientific temper and attitude to contribute positively for eradicating blind faith and superstitions prevailing in our society and to provide the facilities interms of sports infrastructures and sports academies and scouting of talents : their early identification , nurturing within the ambit of international sports standard and incentivizing sports persons for promoting sports as a stand-alone profession.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: The Khelashree Scheme, inaugurated in 2017, is a developmental initiative to encourage sporting activities. As per the scheme, Madhyamik and Higher Secondary schools, High Madrasahs, colleges, universities, all clubs from the first to the fifth divisions of the Kolkata League and all clubs and sports institutions which have been getting annual financial aids from the State Government, would be given five footballs each.
    Correspondance: West Bengal Department of Sports


    Scheme Name: S A B A L A
    Department: Women & Child Development and Social Welfare Department
    Target of the Scheme: Sabala aims at empowering Adolescent Girls of 11 to 18 years by improving their nutritional and health status, up gradation of home skills, life skills and vocational skills. The girls would be equipped with information on health and family welfare, hygiene and guidance on existing public services. The Scheme also aims to mainstream out of school girls into formal education or non-formal education.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Sabla is a scheme, begun in 2011, for adolescent girls, which aims to improve the nutritional and health status of girls between 11 to 18 years of age and equip them with life skills training and knowledge on family welfare, health and hygiene, and information and guidance on existing public services.
    Correspondance: Block CDPO/ Anganwadi Center.


    Scheme Name: A N A N D A D H A R A
    Department: Women & Child Development and Social Welfare Department
    Target of the Scheme: To reduce poverty by enabling the poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots institutions of the poor
    Type & Amount of Assistance: The Anandadhara Scheme, initiated in 2012, is an anti-poverty programme for the rural poor, implemented through the organising of women into self-help groups (SHG).
    Correspondance: District Rural Development Cell (DRDC).


    Scheme Name: M I S S I O N  N I R M A L  B A N G L A
    Department: Panchayat & Rural Development Department, Govt. of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: Mission Nirmal Bangla is the customized version of Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) under P& RD Deptt. which seeks to achieve Open Defecation Free West Bengal.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Bengal has constructed the most number of toilets as well as used up the highest amount of funds for constructing toilets. In 2013, Nadia became the first ODF district in India. The state reported 21,324 villages as ‘Declared ODF’, covering 1,929 GPs, till May 17, 2017, which is the highest in the country.
    Correspondance: Gram Panchayat/ Block Development Office/ Zilla Parishad


    Scheme Name: S A F E  D R I V E  S A V E  L I F E
    Department: Transport Department, Govt. of West Bengal
    Target of the Scheme: Aimed at reducing road accidents, which were one of the leading causes of deaths and disabilities in the state.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: The Safe Drive Save Life programme was started in 2016 to bring down road accidents in the State. As a result of the programme, the number of road accidents in the state has reduced by 19.52 per cent. Naturally, the number of deaths and cases of injury have also come down by 11.5 per cent and 14 per cent, respectively.
    Correspondance: Transport Department, Govt. of West Bengal


    Scheme Name: S A M A B Y A T H I  A N D  B A I T A R A N I
    Department: Panchayat and Rural Development Department will act as the Nodal Department in Panchayat areas and Municipal Affairs Department will act as the Nodal Department in Urban areas of the State.
    Target of the Scheme: Providing one time financial assistance to the bereaved family members of a deceased person, who are in extreme financial necessity to incur expenditure and other incidental expenses for performing the rites and rituals of the said deceased person at the time of cremation/ burial in the Cremation grounds /Burial grounds /Burning Ghats located within the State of West Bengal.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Samabyathi is a scheme, notified in 2016, for providing money to the next of kin of poor people in rural regions for organising their funerals. Rs 2,000 is paid disbursed per funeral.
    Correspondance: Gram Panchayat/ Municipality.


    Scheme Name: S W A B A L A M B A N
    Department: Women & Child Development and Social Welfare Department
    Target of the Scheme: Developing skill leading to generating of income of the women & girls in crisis situation and from the under privileged section of the society ensuring economic participation of women and transgender in the family.
    Type & Amount of Assistance: Swabalamban is a scheme implemented through NGOs and companies for imparting vocational training to socially marginalised and distressed women, victims of trafficking, sex workers, the transgender community and women in moral danger, in the age group of 18 to 35 years; if necessary, the upper age limit for such category of women is relaxed up to 45 years.
    Correspondance: BDO/SDO/DSWO/ADM


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