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Manav Garima Yojana for providing self-employment in the form of self-employment to the Scheduled Caste persons. It has been decided to implement it through the office of caste welfare. Accordingly, with the implementation of the scheme, a total of 2120 beneficiaries have been given Rs. 31.50 crore has been provided under this scheme
Assistance in the form of tool kits is provided to Scheduled Castes who want to start a small business to get self employment without taking a bank loan.
Ismo of Scheduled Tribes can get self-employment. According to the scheme they are given tool kits / tools.
Annual income limit of ISM family of Scheduled Tribes is Rs. 5,000 / - in rural area and Rs. 5,000 / -
Scheme Benefits / Assistance:
Toolkits / tools are provided to the people of Anu tribe by Grimco Gandhinagar for various types of business.
Rs.2,000 / - per annum for rural area
Rs.2,000 / - per annum for urban area
The standard of assistance
Assistance is provided in the form of tools / tool kits under the Human Dignity Scheme. Implementation of this scheme From 1/4/2018 through Director, Scheduled Caste Welfare, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.
An application has to be submitted to the office of the Assistant Commissioner of the District / Tribal Development in the prescribed format along with documentary evidence.
Since the establishment of the State of Gujarat, the guiding principles and provisions of the Constitution for the welfare of the people of India have provided equal opportunities to all without any discrimination and special provision has been made for the development of the weaker sections of the nation. As shown in Article 9 of the Constitution, the weaker sections of the nation / society and especially Anu. The state will take special care to promote the educational purpose of the castes and the Scheduled Tribes. Accordingly, in the state of Gujarat. The Director, Scheduled Caste Welfare Department is carrying out various schemes for the holistic development of castes.
Scheduled Caste schemes fall into the following developmental groups:
1. Education plans.
. Economic upliftment plans.
. Health, housing construction schemes.
. Other welfare schemes.