Central Government and Gujarat Government are releasing many schemes for destitute children, destitute elderly and widows. In which the Destitute Old Age Assistance is run by the Director Social Security. ‘Widow Sahay Yojana’ is run by Women and Child Development. All these schemes aim to provide direct financial assistance to such beneficiaries. Today we will talk about the Foster Parents Scheme run by the Director Social Security Office. Who will benefit from the Foster Parents scheme? How to benefit? Where are the documents required? How much benefit i.e. help get? Information about it is given in this article. Which are as follows.
Support available under the Foster Parents Scheme
In this scheme, 3000 rupees is given by the government every month in the child’s account. After applying this scheme, the child can get Rs 3000 per month as support from the government or the needy children. And this support will be available till the child reaches the age of 18 years.
Eligibility Criteria for Foster Parents Scheme.
Both mother and father are dead or multiple fathers are dead and the mother is remarried. Studying orphans come to the service on monthly assistance of Rs.300/- through nearest Sanaga, guardian or relation. This foster parent scheme assistance is financed from DBT.
Foster parents have come under the scheme for the protection of 018 years old officers who are not imported and whose parents have remarried.
Ethnic Rural Location of Foster Parents Rs. 27000/- Above Urban Language Rs. Exceeding 36000/- the example of Mamlatdar Shri has to be submitted along with the application.
Foster parents have given admission to Anganwadis in the area of 03 to 06 years for age and 06 major minor events have to provide school education.
The applicant’s parent has to produce the certificate of the school/institution every year the studies are in progress.
Documents required to avail the benefits of Palak Mata Tita Yojana
Instance of child birth.
Example of Income Annual income is more than Rs.27,000/- in rural areas and more than Rs.36,000/- in urban areas.
Copy of the death certificate of the child’s parents.
If the child’s mother has remarried, an affidavit or copy of Talati Cum Minister or marriage registration certificate.
Joint bank account details of child and guardian.
Copy of Aadhaar card of child as well as his foster parents.
Copy of ration card of foster parents.
Example of talati or ward members showing relationship with foster parent and child.
Example of school or anganwadi where the child is studying
How to apply for foster parent scheme?
Download Palak Mata Pita Yojana Application Form PDF from the given link.
Fill all the required information in the form carefully.
Attach xerox copies of all requested proofs.
Paste a passport size photograph on the form.
Submit the filled form to the concerned office.
For more information contact Palak Mata Pita Yojana Office or District Social Security Officer.
For more details contact the District Child Protection Office at your District Panchayat