Educational Developement Schemes (State Run Schemes)

 

The State Government is giving special stress to the issue of Educational Development among students of the minority communities. So, a wide range of stipend and scholarships have been introduced to encourage and help students of the minority communities as follows:

 

1. PRE-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS

At present under the scheme the minority students of Classes of VI to VIII  are getting scholarship stipend @ Rs.40/-  per month per student and Classes IX & X Rs.50/- per month per student. The students whose parents/guardians annual income does not exceed ` 44,500/- are eligible to get the scholarship stipend. The rate of Pre-metric Scholarship and the income ceiling of the parents /guardians not enough considering the prevailing price index. The rate of Pre-metric Scholarship may be enhanced to Rs.100/- per month per student and also the income ceiling of the parents should be enhanced to Rs.3.00 lakh.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

    Name of Scheme

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed 

Pre-Metric Scholarship

27,074

1,17,24,200/-

To See The List of Pre-matric Scholarship , CLICK HERE

 

2. POST-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MINORITY STUDENTS

At present under the scheme the minority students of Classes of XI & XII are getting scholarship stipend @Rs.65/- per month per student. The students whose parents/guardians annual income does not exceed ` 44,500/- are eligible to get the scholarship. Considering the prevailing price index the rate of Post-metric Scholarship may be enhanced to ` 100/- per month per student and also the income ceiling   of the parents should be enhanced Rs.44,500/-  to Rs.3.00 lakh.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

    Name of Scheme

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed

Post-Metric Scholarship

1947

12,30,645/-

To See The List of Post-matric Scholarship , CLICK HERE

 

3. BOARDING HOUSE STIPEND FOR MINORITY STUDENTS

At present the minority students of Classes who are residing in the hostel are getting Boarding House Stipend Rs.30 per day per student and Rs.1/- per day per student  for sweeping /clearing charges. This amount is quite insufficient to cover the required expenditure in view of the above present price hike. The amount is paid for 322 days in a year. The rate of Boarding House Stipend may be enhanced to Rs.50/- per day per student.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

Name of School/ Madrassa  to whom Boarding house stipend sanctioned

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed 

Daodharani Siddiquia Fajil Madrassa, Sonamura

  111

11,08,002/-

Sonapur Ahamedia Sr. Madrassa Sonamura

39

3,89,298/-

Baspukur Islamia SR. Madrassa , Sonamura

80

7,98,560/-

Barnarayan Islamia Sr. Madrassa, Sonamura

81

8,08,542/-

Bishalgarh Islamia Sr. Madrassa, Bishalagarh

40

3,99,280/-

Fulbari HS School , Girls Boarding House , Dharmanagar

50

4,99,100/-

TOTAL

401

36,42,782/-

To See The List of Boarding House Stipend for Minority Students , CLICK HERE

 

4. MOULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD MEMORIAL MERIT AWARD

The minority students who secured 60% marks in the Annual Examination are getting the “Moulana Abul Kalam Azad Award.” The rate of award for  the students of Madhyamik/ H.S.+ 2 stage requires to be enhanced from Rs. 1,500/- to Rs. 3,000/-.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

    Name of Scheme

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed  

Moulana Abul Kalam Azad Memorial Award:

     173

  2,59,500/-

To See The List of Moulana Abul Kalam Azad Memorial Merit Award , CLICK HERE

 

5. SPECIAL INCENTIVE FOR MINORITY GIRL STUDENTS

The objective of the scheme is to encourage minority girls. Those who pass class VI to VII and score 60% marks in the annual examination are given cash award @ Rs. 400/- and those who score 50% to 59% marks in the annual examination are given cash award of Rs. 200/- each. Similarly Rs.700 is paid  to the girls who pass class IX I and score 60% marks and Rs. 300/- to the girls who  score 50% to 59% marks in the annual examination . Rs. 1000/- mi sapid to the girls who score 50% to 59 %  marks in the Madhyamik Examination.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

    Name of Scheme

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed 

Special incentive for Minority Girls

1,173

4,24,400/-

To See The List of Special Incentive for Minority Girl Students , CLICK HERE

 

6. BEGUM ROKYA MERIT AWARD

Begam Rokya is the prominent educationist and social reformer of undivided Bengal. She opened the first girls school for the minority girls at Rangpur,now in Bangladesh. To honour her efforts for the progress of the minority girls, this Deptt. propose to introduce a merit award namely “ Begam Rokya Merit Award” for Minority Topper Girl students of Madhyamik & H.S. Exam subject to securing minimum 60% marks. The topper girls will be awarded with ` 5000/- in cash and also a Gold Medal from the year 2012-13.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

    Name of Scheme

Nos. of Student benefited

Total fund disbursed 

Begam Rokya Merit Award

2

30,000/-

To See The List of Begum Rokeya Merit Award , CLICK HERE

 

7. VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN DIFFERENT COURSES FOR MINORITY STUDENTS

A. Nursing Course:

Students of the minority community, who have passed the Higher Secondary Examination, are sent outside the state for studying Nursing (GNM). 105 students were trained under this scheme 2009-2010 to 2011-2012. 89 students have been sent outside the state for GNM training in 2012-2013.

B.pharma Course:

Students of the Minority Community, who have passed the Higher Secondary Examination, are sent outside the state for studying in the B.Pharma course. 10 students have been sent outside the state for studying in B.Pharma course till 2012-2013 under this scheme.

C.Training in paramedical course:

8 students have been admitted at the Tripura Institute of Paramedical Science (TIPS) in Agartala in 2012-2013 in different course of Paramedical Science under this scheme.

To put emphasis on vocational training courses for educated unemployed  youths courses like GNM(Girls & Boys ), B-Pharma, and Paramedical Sciences like BMLT/BMRIT/BHM etc. are already been introduced. At present Total 216 nos. students are studying in the above mentioned courses.  208 nos. students out of 216 are studying in the outside states.  Total Girls student who are studying in the different vocational courses  are  178 and boys are  38. 

There  is plan to introduce new vocational training courses like B.Sc nursing etc. during 2013-14 financial year.

Financial and Physical Achievement during 2012-2013

SL

Name of School/College

Year

Nos. of Student admitted 

Expenditure incurred during 2012-13

1

2

3

4

6

1

East West school of Nursing , Bangalore

2009-10

10

345000

2010-11

20

1339000

2011-12

15

1004250

2012-13

15

909750

 

Sub Total

 

60

 

2

Goutam school of Nursing ,Bangalore

2010-11

20

1339000

2011-12

15

1004250

2012-13

15

909750

 

Sub Total

 

50

 

3

Dhnantari ,Bangalore

2012-13

40

2426000

4

RR Institute ,Bangalore

2012-13

19

1152350

5

Vevakananda Collge of Pharmacy ,Bangalore

2011.12

4

259600

2012-13

10

914000

6

Moithri School of Nursing, Hydarabad 

2009-10

5

172500

7

Khadeja Insitute of Nursing, Gulbarg,  Karnataka

2011-12

20

1000000

8

TIPS , Tripura

2012-13

8

425000

 

TOTAL

 

216

1,32,00,450