Scheme of Assistance & Maping


Financial assistance has been given to the implementing agency for each Creeche unit of 25 children at the rate Rs. 42,384/-per  annum for recurring expenditure and Rs. 10,000/- for  Non-recurring items  for one time at the initial stage of sanction after completion of five years, a sum of Rs. 2,000/- is given as replenishment grants for each unit. Each unit is provided with sleeping facilities, health care , supplementary Nutrition, immunization etc. Each unit is also provided with equipments like cup-board, storage, this drums, cooking utensils, feeding bottles, small cradles, cots, toys etc. During the year under report a total no. of 274 organizations having 423 units involving an amount of rs. 8674920/- for 10575 beneficiaries have taken advantages out of the programme. Besides 06 nos. of organizations having 233’ BAJSS’ Creche units involving Rs. 9875472/-for 5825 beneficiaries have availed the advantages of the programme.


The Scheme provides preventive, curative and rehabilitative services to women who are victims of atrocities, exploitation and maladjustment and also to create awareness about prevailing laws relating to women and children and provide referral services like Free Legal Aid, Short stay Home, Medical Treatment and Vocational Training etc. and prepare them mentally for readjustment with their families through counseling. In case of family counseling centre, the Central Board provides full grant for salaries of counselors and purchase of assests  and financial assistance to the extent of 80% of the approved recurring expenditure. During the year under report a total number of 30 institutions involving an amount of Rs. 3222080/- have taken advantages to render Counseling services


The Scheme of Condensed Courses of Education was initiated by CSWB in 1958 to cater to the needs of adults girl/ women who could not  join mainstream education system or were school dropouts. The scheme aims to provide educational opportunities to Girls/ Women above the age of 15 years along with additional inputs of skill development.

  • Two years Non-residential education courses to enable women to appear for recognized Primary/ Middle/Matric of Higher Secondary are provided along with skill development facility.
  • One year non-residential education course for women who have failed in SSLC/Matric or equivalent examination.
  • In case the course is run in building owned by institution, no grant will be provided for rent. Instead, lump sum maintenance grant will be provided for.
  • The figure is tentative. Actual fees as charged by the Examination Authority shall be paid.
  • During the period under report a total number of 18 organizations having  18 courses have taken advantages out of the programme involving an amount of Rs. 908588/- for 425 beneficiaries.

Guidelines for Implementation of Condensed Course  of Education Programme  and Allocation of Fund:  The Ministry of Women and Child Development, Govt. of India has reviwed the Scheme of Condensed Coursed of Education and emphasized the need for streaming the scheme in view of the “Saakshar Bharat  Mission “ and Sarva Shiksha  Abhiyan “ Schemes run by Ministry of HRD. Hence, the Executive Committee held on 10th March 2011 has decided to issue certain operational guidelines for effective and proper implementation of the scheme. As per this decision the State social Welfare Boards shold follow the guidelines given below while, inviting , processing and recommending  the proposals to Central Social Welfare Boards:-

  • The State Board will organize a meeting of the voluntary organization with representative of State Educational departments to identify districts/areas with low literacy rate among women and to plan strategy  for implementing the scheme accordingly.
  • Applications are to be invited for Middle & Secondary level course only from 2011-12 onwards and the proposals for Primary level course may not be considered unless there are pressing requirements for which a detailed justification will have to be submitted.
  • A  base line survey is to be conducted by the Voluntary Organizations to ascertain the need of the area while identifying the target groups and such data are to be reflected in the application submitted by the NGOs.
  • At the time of submission of proposals, the voluntary organizations should  provide the list of proposed women/girls for the course and the state Board should ensure the same before forwarding the proposal of CSWB.
  • The course must be implemented as per the norms of the scheme.
  • The state Boards should maintain a data of the candidates appeared in the examinations, passed out and got placement after completing the courses for impact assessment of the Programme  alonwith success stories. The State Boards are therefore to ensure that the above guidelines are strictly adhered to while recommending the proposals to CSWB  under Condensed Course Programme. The Central social Welfare Board and state Boards will consider  proposals under the scheme of Condensed Courses of Education for women only for middle, High School, Matric and Secondary level courses, from educationally backward districts and block low literacy rate among women and Girls. The proposals should be supported with statistical data of census and State Education Deptt.


Short Stay Home provides institutional services like counseling and guidance, medical and psychiatric check-up and treatment facilities for development skills and relationship to the women in distress or difficult circumstances arising out of family Disturbances, emotional –disturbances and moral danger.

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