YSR Cheyutha Scheme in AP 2019-20 [Eligibility, Application Form Process, Installment details) (Rs. 75000 for SC / ST / BC / Minority Women)
In Andhra Pradesh cabinet meeting, some welfare Yojana has been promised by the CM, and one of them is Andhra Pradesh YSR Cheyutha Scheme. The scheme has been decided in YSRCP Navaratnalu aiming to improve the welfare of women belong to SC, ST, BC and m groups. According to the scheme, some amount will be given to women over a span of coming four years. However, in each year, rupees will be given to the women. Therefore, it would help the one who is deprived of many facilities in the society. The following part of the article would take you through illustrative details of the scheme.
Launch details of the scheme
|Name of scheme||Andhra Pradesh YSR Cheyutha Scheme|
|Target beneficiaries of the scheme||women belonging to SC, ST, BC and minority group|
|Main objective of scheme||look after women welfare in the state|
|Scheme has been launched by||Andhra Pradesh CM Jagan Mohan Reddy|
|Scheme has been announced in||Andhra Pradesh |
|Age limit for women is||45 years to 60 years |
|Amount allocated for women is||rupees 75000 |
|Amount given per year is||rupees 19000|
Highlighting features of the scheme
- Andhra Pradesh CM Jagan Mohan Reddy has launched AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme 2019 aiming to improve the financial stability of women in the state. This would include women belonging to SC, ST and minority group.
- In order to get benefits under the scheme, women should be of 45 years of age with a maximum limit of 60 years. However, they have to produce the relevant certificate at the time of registration for the scheme. This money would be women as pension amount.
- An amount of rupees 75000 would be given to women over a time period of coming 4 years of the scheme. Therefore, per year, rupees 19000 would be given.
- The scheme has been promised by the state CM for providing adequate facilities to deprived women of the state. It would give monetary assistance and help women to love with dignity and honor.
What are the eligibility criteria of the scheme?
- Age limit – In order to avail the benefits of the scheme, the minimum age to enroll is 45 years, and the maximum age is 60 years. Women belonging to no other age group would be allowed to avail the benefits of the scheme.
- Citizenship – The benefits of the scheme is applicable for women of Andhra Pradesh only. Women belonging to other states cannot get the benefits.
- Category of women –The scheme has been designed to help women who are belonging to SC, ST, BC and monitory groups of Andhra Pradesh. Women from the middle and upper middle class are not allowed to apply under the scheme.
What documents are required for the scheme?
- Identity proof – Women have to produce identity proof such as Voter ID card. Ration card or Aadhaar card in support of the claim that they belong to the state of Andhra Pradesh only.
- Bank details –Women have to produce details of their bank account, which is active. They have to provide details such as IFSC code, name of the candidate, and bank account number as it would be linked with the scheme and the beneficiary amount would be directly credited in the bank accounts.
- Category certificate – For women belonging to ST, SC and other backward classes, they have to provide a certificate in support of the claim that they belong to the lower section of the society and they are eligible to get the benefits.
How the application process takes place?
No application process for the scheme has come up. The state authorities are yet to declare the application process. As soon as it comes up, the beneficiaries will be the first one to know about it. For the same, interested women should stay updated in the official portal of the scheme.
So, by effective implementation of the above said scheme, the women belonging to backward classes of society will be able to lead their life with dignity. They can easily use the given money to avail necessary facilities which they have been deprived off before. The scheme would help in maintaining the financial stability of women belonging to different backward groups of Andhra Pradesh.
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