Schemes

Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme

Brief Introduction It was launched by Ministry of Rural Development. All widows aged 18 or above and belonging to below the poverty line category according to the criteria prescribed by the Government of India time to time, are eligible to be a beneficiary of the scheme. It is a part of National Social Assistance Program (NSAP). Features of Scheme Widow from BPL family aged 18 or above, get the amount…

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Cash Assistance to infirm and aged persons (Antyodya) scheme

Brief Introduction This scheme is state government Scheme. The beneficiary is not only BPL, but all the beneficiaries are economically support less. Features of Scheme The beneficiary will get 200/- per month. Documents Family chart which shows he/she is not having adult (insane) son. Address proof. Eligibility Criteria The beneficiary should be economically support less.

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National Family Benefit Scheme

Brief Introduction The NFBS provides a lump sum family benefit of Rs. 20000 to the bereaved household in case of death of the primary bread winner irrespective of the cause of death. This scheme is applicable to all the eligible persons in the age group of 18-64. Attempt had been made to evaluate the efficiency of the scheme with the help of the field survey. Features of Scheme If the…

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Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme

Brief Introduction It was launched by Ministry of Rural Development. All persons of 60 years and above (revised downwards from 65 in 2011) and belonging to below the poverty line category according to the criteria prescribed by the Government of India time to time, are eligible to be a beneficiary of the scheme. It is a part of National Social Assistance Program (NSAP). Features of Scheme Member of BPL family…

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