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Tuesday, December 14, 2021

MEal Bills Assistance - Bhojan Bill Sahay

MEal Bills Assistance - Bhojan Bill Sahay

Students receiving unemployment classes are not available in the medical, dental, technical, para-medical and academic systems in their respective talukas and students who are studying outside the taluka, who are studying outside of the government / grant-in-school hostel, monthly income of Rs.1500 / – per month will be received for 10 months.

Staying in girls hostels run by any society / trust / institution. Girls studying from 9th to 12th are also eligible for the above food bill assistance

Eligibility of Meal Bill Assistance Scheme

Non-reserved class students studying in undergraduate medical, dental, technical, para medical will benefit.
The benefit of this scheme is for those who are studying in hostel away from family
Benefit for those who do not have educational system in their taluka and study in hostel outside the taluka
Those who are studying in a hostel other than government or grant aided
Studying in Std-9 to 12 in a girls hostel run by any society, trust or organization
Students must have a non-reserved class certificate
Student should be a citizen of Gujarat

Income limit:

The annual income limit of the family will be Rs. 4.50 lakhs or less

List Of Required Documents

Copy of Aadhaar card
Bin anamat certificate
Certificate of income
Proof of age (L.C. or birth certificate)
Proof of residence
Proof that the monthly meal bill in the hostel is paid or receivable
Bonofide Certificate of Continuing Study of School or College Student
Standard-12 or last year marksheet of study
Proof that the hostel is run by a social trust
A copy of the student's bank passbook..

Important Link

Important Date

Last Date of Application 31-12-2021

The benefit of this scheme is given by Gujarat Non-Reserved Educational and Economic Development Corporation. Eligible students in this scheme will be entitled to food allowance at the rate of Rs. 1500 / - per month for 10 months. Up to a total of 15,000 students eligible for full course and hostel assistance

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