The Delhi Authorities has restarted a scheme below which college students can get free teaching for numerous aggressive exams at non-public teaching centres if the annual earnings of their households is lower than ₹8 lakh.
A complete of 15,000 college students have utilized for Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana, and all of the accessible seats for the scheme have been stuffed, Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam mentioned on Tuesday. The courses will start quickly, he added.
The scheme, which was began in 2018, was discontinued in 2020 after the COVID-19 pandemic hit town.
To get the advantages, a scholar ought to have handed Courses X and XII from a Delhi faculty and will meet the eligibility standards of the aggressive examination he/she is making ready for. The scheme is out there for JEE, NEET, CLAT, Civil Providers, banking, railways, SSC and different aggressive exams and a stipend of ₹2,500 can be given to every scholar, other than the course charge, to satisfy the journey bills.
“The Authorities has made preparations and issued notices in newspapers for reopening of offline teaching courses. Below the scheme, 15,000 gifted college students of Delhi have enrolled themselves with the 46 empanelled institutes,” the Minister mentioned.
A scholar can register for the scheme on the institute from the place he/she takes teaching. If that institute shouldn’t be one of many 46 empanelled teaching centres, then the Authorities will give the coed as much as ₹1 lakh if discovered eligible and ₹40,000 for additional topics.
Mr. Gautam mentioned sure huge institutes like Vajiram for Civil Providers, or FIITJEE and Aakash for engineering and medical exams aren’t on the listing. “They didn’t take part even after we requested,” he mentioned.
When requested why the scheme was discontinued, a Authorities supply mentioned, “We stopped it in 2020 as all of the teaching centres have been shut as a result of pandemic. Monitoring was troublesome for on-line courses and in addition, lots of the college students who fell below the scheme didn’t have web services.”
The listing of empanelled teaching centres will be accessed on scstwelfare.delhigovt.nic.in.