Tuesday, February 14, 2023

આશ્રમશાળા ભરતી 2023

Overview | Scheduled Tribes, due to their poor economic status, cannot afford to spend on their children's education. Instead

of sending them to school, they force their children to work in their traditional occupations or send them to other jobs or labor to be economically useful for the maintenance of the family. Government of Gujarat has given 100% grant to non-governmental organizations to start residential schools known as Ashramshalas for the students of Ashramshalas (Standards 1 to 8), Uttara Basic Ashramshalas (Standards 9 to 10) and Upper UBU Ashramshalas (Standards 11-12). Ashramshala scheme started. Apart from education, these schools provide accommodation and food facilities to the tribal students. Although these schools are managed by non-governmental organizations, the entire cost is borne by the state government. 

Objective | To provide schooling and boarding facilities to Scheduled Tribe students at one place, so that they can get better employment in future and also compete with other sections of the society. Start | 1953 Management | Non-Governmental Organizations working in tribal areas Geographical terrain All districts Expected Beneficiaries | Tribal students Eligibility for Admission | When an Ashramshala is started, they have to enroll at least 15 boys and 15 girls at the time of initiation. After that they have to enroll 10 boys and 10 girls every year till seventh standard. Benefit following the scheme | Under this scheme, students are provided free education, hostel with accommodation and food, books, day-to-day necessities. A monthly grant of Rs 1500 per child is paid to ashramshalas. 

Major Achievements | In the state, there are 69991 students in 454 ashramshalas (standards 1 to 8), 8457 students in 90 north basic ashramshalas (standards 9 to 10), 3702 students in 34 upper north basic ashramshalas (standards 11 to 12) and 11030 students in 126 successive class schools, totaling 577 ashramshalas. There are 93180 students. So every year more than 80,000 students join these ashramshalas.The State Government has actively undertaken planning for the targeted development of Scheduled Tribe residential areas. The long-term goals for government intervention for Scheduled Tribes are to ensure that tribals have access to education, health care and income-generating activities. And thereby improving their standard of living. The Tribal Development Department (TDD) was formed as a wing of the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment but now functions independently. 

The functions of Tribal Development Department include: Development of Scheduled Tribes Development of Integrated Tribal Development Support (ITDP) area. Monitoring of Tribal Sub Scheme (TSP). To prevent atrocities on Scheduled Tribes. Working on caste related issues. The Department of Social Justice and Empowerment handles issues related to reservation in jobs, policy-making related to ashram schools and issues related to nomadic tribes. The responsibility of developing tribal areas has been entrusted to the functional departments. While the task of taking care of the rights and benefits of the tribal population is mainly in the hands of the Tribal Development Department.

આશ્રમશાળા ભરતી 2023 

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To unleash the potentials of tribal communities through strategic planning that befits tribal culture and institutions in the process of integration and integration with mainstream society and thereby bring social justice and prosperity to tribal Gujarat. A key factor in achieving such a visionary objective will be the overall development of the department's efficiency, including sectoral structure and use of modern technology.

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