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Monday, December 2, 2019

Jagananna Vidya Deevena Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Schemes Guidelines

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The government of AP has launched two schemes/ Scholarships namely Jagananna Vidya Deevena RTF (Fee Reimbursement Scheme) Scheme and Jagananna Vasathi Deevena (Hostel Charges Mess Charges) for Students. Details of the Jagananna Vidya Deevena Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Schemes, guidelines Guidelines Eligibility Scholarships GO 115 are given below. Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Schemes Guidelines. SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT – Navaratnalu - Post Metric Scholarships - Implementation of new Schemes Jagananna Vidya Deevena (RTF) and Jagananna Vasathi Deevena (MTF) - Scholarships to every eligible student belonging to SC,ST, BC, EBC (other than Kapu), Kapu, Minority and Differently Abled categories for the Post Metric Courses ITI, Polytechnic and Degree & above level courses - Orders –Issued. SOCIAL WELFARE (EDN)DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms.No. 115 Dated: 30-11-2019.
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Jagananna Vidya Deevena Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Schemes Guidelines

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    1. G.O.Ms.No.66, Social Welfare (Edn 2) Department, dated 08- 09-2010.
    2. Govt.Memo No.105375/SW.Edn.2/2011-11 Dt.28.09.2012.
    3.G.O.Ms.No.84, Social Welfare (Edn 2) Department, dated 29- 10-2013.
    4.G.O.Ms.No.85, Social Welfare (Edn 2) Department, dated 29- 10-2013.
    5. G.O.Ms.No.86, Social Welfare (Edn 2) Department, dated 29- 10-2013.
    6.G.O.Ms.No.72, Social Welfare (Edn 2) Department, dated 18- 10-2014.
    7. G.O Ms.No. 103, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, dated 24.10.2016.
    8. G.O.Ms.No.45, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, dated 09.06.2017.
    9. Govt.Circular Memo No.712179/SW.Edn.2/2017 Dt.01.09.2017.
    10. G.O Ms. No. 81, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, dated 05.06.2018.
    11. G.O.Ms. No.67, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department dated 18.02.2019.
    12. G.O Ms. No. 81, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, dated 07.05.2019.
    13. G.O.Ms. No.95, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department dated 29.07.2019.
    14. From the DSW, A.P.e-file No.SOW02-16021/37/2019-D1-SEC-COSW.

ORDER:

1. The Government of Andhra Pradesh is implementing the Post Metric Scholarships scheme, to all eligible students belonging to the Scheduled Castes (SC) [through the Social Welfare Department], the Scheduled Tribes (ST) [through the Tribal Welfare Department], the Backward Classes (BC), Kapu & Economically Backward Class (EBC) [through the Backward Classes Welfare Department], Minorities [through the Minorities Welfare Department] and the Differently Abled [through the Women Development, Child Welfare & Disabled Welfare Department] categories, on a saturation basis.
2. The government has issued certain guidelines for implementation of the Post Matric Scholarships scheme from time to time vide references 1st to 13th read above.
3. The government is implementing the Navaratnalu schemes towards the upliftment of poorer and vulnerable sections of the people of Andhra Pradesh on saturation mode. The Council of Ministers has decided to implement the assurance in letter and spirit from the academic year 2019-20.
4. Government after careful examination of the matter and in partial modification of the instructions/guidelines issued earlier, hereby formulate the two new schemes viz. (i) “Jagananna Vidya Deevena (RTF)”, and (ii) “Jagananna Vasathi Deevena (MTF)” to implement for all the students belonging to SC,ST, BC, EBC (other than Kapu), Kapu, Minority and Differently Abled categories who are pursuing the post metric courses from ITI to Ph.D except Intermediate, through their respective agencies, with the following guidelines.

Jagananna Vidya Deevena  Scheme Guidelines

About: Jagananna Vidya Deevena's scheme is to provide Fee Reimbursement to Every Eligible Student
(a) Jagananna Vidya Deevena (RTF): to provide a complete fee reimbursement to every eligible student. 

Date of Applicability of the schemes: 

The schemes “Jagananna Vidya Deevena(RTF)” shall be applicable from the Financial year 2019-20. 

Beneficiaries of the Scheme: 

(a) Eligible Students: The students under the following categories are eligible for availing the Schemes.
i. All the students, pursuing Polytechnic, ITI and Degree & above level courses in Government/ Aided/ Private colleges, affiliated to State Universities / Boards. 
ii. Day scholar students, students in College Attached Hostels (CAH) and Department Attached Hostels (DAH). 
iii. 75% of the aggregate attendance is mandatory for the release of scholarships. 
(b) Ineligible Students: The students under the following categories are not eligible for availing the Schemes.
 i. Studying in Private Universities / Deemed Universities. 
ii. Pursuing Correspondence / Distance education courses.
iii. Admitted under Management / Spot Quota. 

8. Income Eligibility: 

i. The total family annual income to be less than or equal to Rs.2.50 lakhs. 
ii. The total landholding of the family to be less than 10.00 acres of wet or 25.00 acres of dry or 25.00 acres both wet and dry land together. 
iii. No member of the family should be a government employee/ pensioner (all sanitary workers irrespective of their salary/ recruitment, are eligible. The Social Welfare Department shall develop a robust & fool-proof system of certification of parents of the beneficiaries under the category of “Sanitary workers”). 
iv. No member of the family should own a four-wheeler (The members of the family who are provided Taxies/Tractors/Autos under Government sponsored schemes are exempted). 
v. A family who owns no property or less than 1500 Sft of built-up area (Residential or Commercial) in urban areas is eligible. 
vi. No member of the family should be an income tax payee. 

9. Mode of Disbursement: 

(a) Jagananna Vidya Deevena shall be credited to the respective College accounts on behalf of students.

10. Entitlements: 

(a) Jagananna Vidya Deevena (RTF): 
i. Full fee i.e. Tuition Fee, Special Fees, Other Fees & Exam Fees as defined in the G.O.Ms.No.66, SW(Edn) Dept., dated 8-9-2010 and as fixed by the competent authorities is reimbursed to all eligible students. 
ii. The full fee shall be credited to the respective College accounts on behalf of students. The flow of funds under both the (i) Jagananna Vidya Deevena & (ii) Jagananna Vasathi Deevena schemes shall be routed through the corresponding Corporations of the concerned Welfare Department. 
11. The amount already paid to the students, if any, under the existing schemes of RTF and MTF during the current financial year and pertaining to the current academic year shall be deducted from pay-out to be made under both the schemes. 

YSR Navasakam- Fee reimbursement card: 

The government is decided to identify the eligible beneficiaries on a saturation basis duly checking the eligibility conditions and issue a new card for “Jagananna Vidya Devena & Jagananna Vasathi Deevena” Schemes through Social Audit process. 

Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Scheme Guidelines

Scheme: Jagananna Vasathi Deevena (MTF): to provide Rs.10,000/- per person to ITI students, Rs.15,000/- per person to Polytechnic students, Rs.20,000/- per person for other Degree and above courses per year to every eligible student for food and hostel expenses.

Date of Applicability of the schemes:

The scheme “Jagananna Vasathi Deevena(MTF)” shall be applicable from the Financial year 2019-20. 

Beneficiaries of the Scheme:

(a) Eligible Students: The students under the following categories are eligible for availing the Schemes.
i. All the students, pursuing Polytechnic, ITI and Degree & above level courses in Government/ Aided/ Private colleges, affiliated to State Universities / Boards.
ii. Day scholar students, students in College Attached Hostels (CAH) and Department Attached Hostels (DAH).
iii. 75% of the aggregate attendance is mandatory for the release of scholarships.
(b) Ineligible Students: The students under the following categories are not eligible for availing the Schemes.
i. Studying in Private Universities / Deemed Universities.
ii. Pursuing Correspondence / Distance education courses.
iii. Admitted under Management / Spot Quota.

8. Income Eligibility:

i. The total family annual income to be less than or equal to Rs.2.50 lakhs.
ii. The total landholding of the family to be less than 10.00 acres of wet or 25.00 acres of dry or 25.00 acres both wet and dry land together.
iii. No member of the family should be a government employee/ pensioner (all sanitary workers irrespective of their salary/ recruitment, are eligible. The Social Welfare Department shall develop a robust & fool-proof system of certification of parents of the beneficiaries under the category of “Sanitary workers”).
iv. No member of the family should own a four-wheeler (The members of the family who are provided Taxies/Tractors/Autos under Government sponsored schemes are exempted).
v. A family who owns no property or less than 1500 Sft of built-up area (Residential or Commercial) in urban areas is eligible.
vi. No member of the family should be an income tax payee.

9. Mode of Disbursement:

i. Jagananna Vasathi Deevena shall be credited into the respective account of the mother of the eligible student. 
ii. In case of the demise or absence of the mother, the amount shall be credited to the account of the natural guardian of the student. 

10. Entitlements: Jagananna Vasathi Deevena(MTF):

For ITI students: Rs.10,000/- per year in (2) installments
For Polytechnic Students: Rs.15,000/- per year in (2) installments
For Other Courses: Rs.20,000/- per year in (2) installments.
i. The amount shall be provided in two installments in July and December for Day Scholars, CAH & DAH categories.
ii. Jagananna Vasathi Deevena covers all the eligible children in a family.
iii. For Day scholar students, an amount of Rs.5,000/- for ITI students, Rs.7,500/- for Polytechnic Students and Rs.10,000/- for other Degree and above courses shall be adjusted into the bank account of the mother of the respective student for 2019-20 and Rs.10,000/- for ITI students, Rs.15,000/- for Polytechnic students, Rs.20,000/- for other Degree and above courses shall be adjusted from 2020-21.
iv. For College Attached Hostel Students, an amount of Rs.10,000/- for ITI students, Rs.15,000/- for Polytechnic students, Rs.20,000/- for other Degree and above courses shall be adjusted into the bank account of the mother of the respective student from 2019-20 in two installments.
v. The students residing in the Departmental Attached Hostel are exempted from the purview of Jagananna Vasathi Deevena since Welfare Departments providing considerable support in the form of Diet Charges, Cosmetic Charges, infrastructure & other facilities to the students residing in DAH.
vi. The mapping of the mother to the student and also the entry of mothers’ bank accounts shall be done by the Welfare and Education Assistant with document upload and will certify the Genuineness of account details.
vii. The flow of funds under both the (i) Jagananna Vidya Deevena & (ii) Jagananna Vasathi Deevena schemes shall be routed through the corresponding Corporations of the concerned Welfare Department.
11. The amount already paid to the students, if any, under the existing schemes of RTF and MTF during the current financial year and pertaining to the current academic year shall be deducted from pay-out to be made under both the schemes.
13. Except for the guidelines/instructions mentioned above, all other instructions issued earlier will hold good.
14. The CEO of APCFSS is directed to make necessary modifications in the software accordingly.
15. The Special Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary of the Social Welfare/Tribal Welfare/Backward Classes Welfare/Minority Welfare/Higher & Technical Education/School Education/Agriculture & Cooperation/Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development & Fisheries/Horticulture & Sericulture/Labour, Employment & Training/Health & Family Welfare & the Director of Social Welfare/ Director of Tribal Welfare/Director of Backward Classes Welfare/Commissioner of Minorities Welfare/Commissioner of Welfare of Differently Abled & Senior Citizens/All affiliating Authorities in the State are requested to follow and implement the above guidelines scrupulously and also convey the above instructions to all the College Managements & other authorities concerned, without fail and ensure that the schemes are implemented accordingly.
16. All the District Collectors in the State, as the Chairman of the District Level Committee for the implementation of Scholarships, are requested to ensure that the instructions/guidelines stipulated in this order are implemented in-toto, by all the District Welfare Officers and also by all the Principals of all educational Institutions and review the same in the meeting of the District Level Committee and other review meetings, so as to ensure the smooth implementation of the schemes.
17. The Director of Social Welfare, A.P., Amaravati shall take necessary steps to implement the schemes in coordination with all stakeholders.
18. This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance (FMU-Welfare.I) Department vide their U.O.No.FIN01-FUMU0PC(WEL1)/116/2019, (Computer No.1034870), Dated:20-11-2019.


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