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Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion & Empowerment Act 2013 – Constitution of GoM

The Chief Executive Officer, Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, being the State Implementing Agency (Rural), under the “Bangaru Talli” Scheme after due consultation with the State Implementation Authority (Urban), vide the reference has raised certain difficulties in implementation of the ”Bangaru Talli” Scheme, and requested for some clarifications while suggesting certain  modifications in the Rules issued.

Now, the Government have decided to amend the Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Rules.

Accordingly, the following Notification will be published in an Extraordinary Issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette, dated:26.11.2013.

The Chief Executive Officer, Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, and the Managing Director, Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA), Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad shall take further necessary action in the matter accordingly.

NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 15 of the Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Act, 2013 (A.P. Act No.5 of 2013) the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following Amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Rules, 2013 issued in G.O.Ms.No.307, PR & RD (RD.II) Department, Dt.29.06.2013.

AMENDMENTS

(i) In the said rules, in rule 4 for sub rule (2) the following shall be substituted, namely:-

“If the child born is a girl child, the particulars of the birth shall be uploaded by the Village / Ward implementation authority (VIA/WIA) in Form II into the central registry using the online data entry process along with the following documents names.”

(a) Birth certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths at the Gram Panchayat / ward level

(b) Photograph of the girl child and her mother / guardian

(c) The Aadhar number of mother / father / guardian

(d)  Ration cards of type RAP, AAY/YAP, TAP Banda are eligible for the Bangaru Talli Program belonging to mother/father/ guardian

(e) Copy of the bank account of the mother/father/guardian, which shall later be replaced by the bank account of the girl child after she attains the age of (seven)(7) years.

(ii) For sub rule (5) of Rule 4, the following shall be substituted, namely:-

(5)“Aadhaar identity issued by the Unique Identity Authority of India shall be mandatory for registration of new entries. Provided for registrations done till 31st December 2013, a further time of three (3) months may be given for securing the Aadhaar number.”

For sub rule (2) of Rule 6 the following shall be substituted, namely:-

(2)“It shall be the responsibility of the Authentication Authority to verify personally regarding the accuracy of such entry or updation and authenticate the same online, and if online facility is not available through paper certification, within fifteen (15) days from the date of such entry or updation”.

G.O.Ms.No. 442 Dated:26.11.2013
1.  G.O.Ms.No.307, PR & RD (RD.II) Department, Dt.29.06.2013
2. Lr.No.3047/ BANGARU TALLI/SERP/IT/13, Dated:08.07.2013 of the CEO (FAC), SERP, AP, Hyderabad

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In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 15 of the Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Act, 2013 the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following Rules.

PART – I Preliminary

Short Title, Applicability & Commencement:

1  i)  These Rules may be called “The Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl

Child Promotion and Empowerment Rules 2013”.

ii) These rules shall come in to force with immediate effect.

2. Definitions

In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires:

a) “Aadhaar  number”  means  the  unique  ID  issued  by  Unique  Identity

Authority of India.

b) “Act” means The Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and

Empowerment Act 2013.

c) “Authentication Authorities” means agencies listed in Schedule II who shall authenticate the details in the online database.

d) “Bangaru Talli PD Account” means a Public Deposit Account opened by the

State Implementing Authorities, electronically connected to the Central Registry and the participating banks for the purpose of online transfer of incentive funds directly into the accounts of the beneficiaries.

e) “Bangaru  Talli  Scheme”  means  the  scheme  for  operationalizing  the provisions of the Act.

f)  “Beneficiary” means a person as defined in Section 2 (2) of the Act.

g) “Electronic Fund Management System” means the system of transfer of funds electronically into the accounts of the beneficiaries using Aadhaar

System.

h) “Guardian” means any person made legally responsible for protection of the girl child if the mother is not alive, or alive but is unable to take care

of the child;

i)  “Mother” means the mother of the girl child born on or after 1st May 2013. j)  “Permanent migration” means the migration of the household including

the girl child and the mother/guardian to another place duly identified and for period more than 6 months.

k) “Registration” means entering the details of the girl child and the yearly

milestones in the electronic central registry.

l)  “School” means any recognized educational institution and shall include madarsas run for the muslim minorities.

m) “Village Implementing Authority (VIA)” means Village Organisation of Self

Help Groups as defined in subsection (5) of  Section 8 promoted by the

Society for Implementation of Rural Poverty (SERP).

n) “Ward Implementing Authority (WIA)” means the Slum level Federation of

Self  Help  Groups  in  the  urban  areas  as  notified  by  the  Mission  for

Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA).

PART – II

 

Central Registry, Registration and updating database

3. Central Registry

(1) The State Implementing Authorities (Rural) shall set up and operate an electronic Central Registry for creating and updating database of all the girl children born on or after 1st   May 2013 and the mothers thereof.

(2) Access to the Central Registry shall be restricted to the personnel, authorized  under  the  Act  to  either  register  or  authenticate  the database of girl child.

(3) All the functionaries specified in section 9 of the Act shall be registered and their identity authenticated; after which they shall be provide

username and password for entering and updating the details required under the Act.

(4) All Authentication Authorities in Schedule II shall be registered online after due diligence by the District Implementing Authority (DIA).

(5) Any change in the functionaries in Section 9 or the Authentication Authorities shall be instantaneously notified by the District Implementing Authority.

4. Registering the girl children and mothers:

(1) Particulars   of   mothers   shall   be   filed   by   the   Village/Ward Implementation  Authority  in  Form  I  using  the  online  data  entry process and incorporated in the database preferably in the first trimester of the pregnancy.

(2) If the child born is a girl child, the particulars of the birth shall be uploaded by the Village/Ward Implementation Authority (VIA/WIA) in Form II into the central registry using the online data entry process within 21 days of the date of the birth of the girl child along with the following documents names :-

a.) Birth Certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths at the Gram Panchayat/Ward level.

b.) Photograph of the girl child and her mother/guardian c.) The Aadhar card of the mother/guardian

d.) Copy of the Ration Card containing therein the name of the mother/guardian

e.) Copy of the Joint bank account in the name of the girl and her mother/guardian.

(3) The details so entered shall be authenticated by the Authentication

Authority stated in Schedule II within 7 days from the date of such registration, after due verification, and irrespective of whether the

birth has taken place in an institution to which they are attached to.

(4) Failure to authenticate within the time limits specified above shall automatically result in disciplinary action as per Part V of these Rules.

(5) Aadhaar identity issued by the Unique Identity Authority of India shall be mandatory for registration of new entries.

(6) Where there is no Aadhaar number readily available for the mother, the District Implementing Authority shall facilitate securing Aadhaar

Identity and a Bank account at the time of registration of pregnancy itself.

(7) On  attaining  7th   year,  the  girl  child  shall  be  issued  an  Aadhaar

Number, which shall be incorporated in the database.

5. Changes and Updating of the Central Registry:

(1) Particulars of every girl child registered in the central registry shall be updated at least once a year before 15th July in Form III online by the functionaries listed in section 9 of the Act.

(2) Every death or permanent migration of the girl child shall be updated in  the  central  registry  giving  details  of  such  an  event  by  th

Village/Ward Implementing Authority concerned.

(3) The following process shall be followed for effecting any change in the database:

a)    Registering authority, after due verification, shall register any change in the database in Form III-A online.

b)    All   such   changes   have   to   be   authenticated by the Authentication Authority within 7 days from the date of such registration.

c)    A log of all such changes shall be generated and placed before the Mandal/Municipal Implementing Authority for conducting suitable verification.

(4) In case of permanent migration of the girl child, the responsibility of

monitoring the milestones in Schedule-I and updating central registry shall be entrusted by the concerned Mandal/Municipal Implementation Authority to the Village/Ward Implementing Authority of the place where the household has migrated to.

(5) The  updated  particulars  shall  be  authenticated  online  by  the Authentication Authorities within 15 days from the date of such updation and in no case, later than 31st July each year.

6. Authentication to be made compulsory:

(1) Every  entry  or  its  updation  shall  be  notified  instantaneously  and electronically to the concerned Authentication Authority in Schedule II by the Central Registry.

(2) It shall be the responsibility of the Authentication Authority to verify personally regarding the accuracy of such entry or updation and authenticate the same online within 15 days from the date of such entry or updation.

(3) The  Implementation  Authorities  and  the  Authentication  Authorities shall be held responsible for the accuracy of the data entered or updated.

7. Incentives:

PART – III Incentives and disbursal

(1) Every beneficiary shall be eligible for the annual financial incentives as per Schedule I subject to achieving the milestone specified therein.

(2) On reaching the age of 21, the beneficiary shall be paid a lump sum incentive as follows:

a)    Rs. 50,000 if the girl child passes as a regular student the Intermediate (+2) or equivalent exam.

b)    Rs. 1,00,000 if the girl child passes as a regular student the Degree or equivalent exam.

(3) The incentives stated above shall be independent of and in addition to any  central  scheme  already  under  implementation  or  launched subsequently

8. Electronic Fund Management System:

(1) Within 3 months from the date of issue of these Rules, the State

Implementation Authorities shall create and operationalize the Electronic Fund Management system which facilitates direct electronic transfer of funds from Treasury to the bank/postal account of the beneficiaries.

(2) A Public Deposit (PD) Account will be opened for implementing the Bangaru Talli scheme by the State Implementing Authority.

(3) Within 30 days from the date of updation of the database in the Central Registry, the Authentication Authorities in Schedule II shall verify and authenticate to the correctness or otherwise of the same.

9. Automatic Electronic Pay order:

(1) The State Implementation Authorities shall ensure that within 7 days from the date of Authentication of eligible milestone in the database, an  electronic  pay  order  is  automatically  generated by  the central registry advising the bank to electronically debit the Bangaru Talli PD Account and credit the bank account of the beneficiary.

(2) In any case, State Implementation Authorities shall ensure that the incentives as per Schedule I are disbursed on or before 15tAugust each year.

10. Electronic Benefit Transfer:

(1) All incentives paid under the Act shall be transferred electronically and directly into the bank accounts using the Aadhaar Payment Bridge

System.

(2) The benefits may be distributed preferably at the door step through the Banking Correspondents after biometric authentication.

 

PART – IV

State Council and other Bodies

 

11. State Council

(1) There shall be a State Council for overseeing the implementation of the scheme with the following:

i.Chief Minister                                           Chairman

ii.Minister Women & Child Welfare                Member iii.Minister Rural Development                       Member iv.Minister School Education                          Member v.Minister Higher Education                          Member vi.Minister Finance                                       Member vii.Minister Social Welfare                              Member viii.Minister Tribal Welfare                              Member ix.Minister Minority welfare                           Member x.Minister, Health & FW                               Member xi.Minister, MA&UD                                      Member xii.Chief Secretary                                        Member xiii.Principal Secretary, Social Welfare             Membe

xiv.Principal Secretary, Tribal Welfare              Member xv.Principal Secretary, Minority Welfare     Member xvi.Principal Secretary, Health & FW                Member xvii.Principal Secretary Rural Development       Member xviii.Principal Secretary, Education                    Member xix.Principal Secretary, Higher Education         Member xx.Principal Secretary Finance                        Member

xxi.Principal Secretary, Women Welfare           Member(convener)

xxii.Secretary, MAUD                                      Member

(2) The Council shall meet at least once a year to review the progress of the scheme and to remove difficulties in its smooth implementation.

12. Role of Nodal Authority

(1) Nodal Authority shall be responsible for the following:

a) Prepare annual plan and budget for implementation of the scheme. b) Ensure that the funds are drawn and kept in the Bangaru Talli PD Account in time for disbursal.

c) Coordinate with other departments in collecting the information about the programme.

d) Monitor the implementation of the programme from time to time and make recommendations for proper implementation.

e) Guide    the    State    Implementation    Authorities    in    proper implementation of the programme.

f)  Measure the outcomes from the scheme periodically and share with all stakeholders.

g) Place before the Legislature an annual report on the ‘State of Girl Child’ in the month of April.

(2) For the purpose of the above, Nodal Authority can call any office or functionary to render a function or assistance; and no one who is called upon to provide such assistance shall refuse to render such service or function.

13. State Implementing Authorities:

(1) The Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP) shall be the State Implementing Authority for rural areas and shall be responsible for putting in place the Central Registry and the Information Technology (IT) system connecting all the Implementing and Authentication Authorities.

(2) The Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA)

shall be the State Implementing Authority for urban areas.

(3) The STATE Implementation Authorities shall be responsible for the following:

a) Implementation of the scheme as laid down under the Act and the Rules.

b) Activate  all  the  SHG  federations  for  active  participation  in implementation of the provisions of the Act

c) Ensure timely disbursal of incentives as provided in the Act and

Rules.

d) Ensure proper and timely discharge of the functions by the functionaries mandated under the Act.

e) Bring all the implementing authorities into the IT system.

14. District Implementing Authority:

(1) The District Implementation Authority shall be responsible for the following:

a) district so that they can play the role mandated under Overall supervision of the implementation of the scheme in the district.

b) Ensure  opening  of  bank  account  and  securing  an  Aadhaar number to all expectant mothers.

c) Marshaling all the Implementing Authorities in the District in proper discharge of the functions provided under the Act.

d) Build capacities of the various Implementing Authorities within

the the Act or the Rules.

e) Resolve difficulties if any, in implementation of the scheme.

15. Village/Ward Implementing Authorities;

(1) The Village/ Ward Implementing Authorities shall be responsible for the following:

a)    Involve   the community  in building up a favourable environment for social and educational progress of the girl child and thereby striving for ending discrimination against the girl child.

b)     To register the milestones in the central registry using the software provided.

c)     To coordinate with other agencies like the anganwadis, and primary health care system including the ANMs and ASHAs for smooth implementation of the provisions of the Act.

d)    To ensure full coverage of all eligible beneficiaries in their area.

e)     To supervise timely payment of the incentives to the eligible girl children.

f)    To monitor the performance of various agencies involved in implementing and bring to notice of Mandal/ Sub-divisional/ District   Implementing  Authorities in case of   failure to discharge a duty cast on them as per the Act.

(2) All agencies involved in implementing the provisions of the Act shall share the information with the Village/Ward Implementing Authorities as and when called upon.

16. Monitoring, coordination and behavioral change structure:

(1) The Village Health,  Nutrition, Sanitation  and Education Committee constituted  at  the  Gram  Panchayat  level  shall  be  responsible  for monitoring the scheme at the village level.

(2) The  Child  Development  Project  Officer  shall  be  responsible  for monitoring the scheme at the Mandal level

(3) Project  Director  Integrated  Child  Development  Services  shall  be responsible  for  monitoring  the  scheme  at  the  district  level  and assisting the District Implementing Authority.

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 PART – V Penalties

17. Failure to perform a function:

(1) Any functionary listed in Schedule I or Schedule II fails to perform a function mandated under the Act or fails to furnish the information within the time period specified shall be liable for punishment as per the disciplinary rules governing the service conditions of such a functionary.

(2) A complaint stating such failure may be filed before the Sub Divisional Implementation Authority by the Village/Ward Implementing Authority/Mandal Implementing Authority or any other aggrieved person within 30 days from the date of such failure.

(3) The Sub Divisional Implementation Authority, after due verification and after being satisfied about such failure, shall forward the same to the competent disciplinary authority for taking action as per the disciplinary procedure within 7 days from the date of receipt of such complaint.

(4) The Competent Disciplinary Authority, on receipt of such reference from  the  Sub  Divisional  Implementation  Authority,  shall  start  the

disciplinary proceedings so as to conclude the same within 30 days from the date of such reference.

(5) The District Implementation Authority shall monitor the progress of disposal of all such cases.

18.  Furnishing incorrect information:

(1) Any functionary in Schedule I or Schedule II, deliberately furnishes wrong            information,  shall  be  liable  for  punishment  as  per  the disciplinary   rules   governing  the   service   conditions   of  such   a functionary.

(2) A  complaint  stating  such  a  failure  may  be  filed  before  the  Sub Divisional  Implementation  Authority  by  the  Village/Ward Implementing Authority/Mandal Implementing Authority or any other aggrieved person within 30 days from the date of such failure.

(3) The Sub Divisional Implementation Authority, after due verification and after being satisfied about such failure, shall forward the same to the competent disciplinary authority for taking action as per the disciplinary procedure within 7 days from the date of receipt of such complaint.

(4) The Competent Disciplinary Authority, on receipt of such reference from  the  Sub  Divisional  Implementation  Authority,  shall  start  the disciplinary proceedings so as to conclude the same within 30 days from the date of such reference.

(5) The District Implementation Authority shall monitor the progress of disposal of all such cases

19. Furnishing fraudulent information:

(1) Any person or functionary furnishes fraudulent information with the intention of misappropriating or misusing the funds of the scheme

shall be prosecuted under the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code.

(2) The  District  Implementing Authority shall monitor the progress of these cases and submit monthly reports to the Nodal Authority

PART – VI Tribal areas

20. Delegation of authority for tribal areas:

(1) The  Commissioner  Tribal  Welfare  shall  be  the  authority  to  make suitable additional arrangements for proper implementation of the

scheme in tribal areas.

(2) The directions issued by the Commissioner Tribal Welfare shall be followed by all the Implementing Authorities in the tribal areas

21.     Conduct of Social Audit

PART – VII Social Audi

(1) Social Audit shall be conducted in rural areas in accordance with the AP Social Audit Rules 2008 issued vide G.O. Ms. No. 98 PR & RD (RDII) Department Dated 9.3.2010 as amended from time to time.

(2) Social audit shall be conducted for a Mandal at a time, in every village, once in every six months scheduled along with social audit of other

schemes.

(3) Social audit in urban areas shall be conducted for a town at a time in every ward once in every six months schedule along with the social audit of other schemes.

(4) Social Audit shall examine whether the entries in the Central Registry correspond to the field reality and whether or not the beneficiaries

received the incentives disbursed under the Act.

(5) All cases of deviations shall be recorded and responsibility shall be fixed on the persons concerned.

(6) The Sub Divisional Implementing Authority shall attend the Social

Audit Public Hearings, and shall also be responsible for taking follow up action as per the observations of the Social Audit.

22.     Grievance Redressal system:

(1) Any person aggrieved about non-implementation or the manner of implementation  of  any  provision  of  the  Act, or  aggrieved by any

action,  or  inaction  of  a  functionary  mandated  to  perform  certain function   under   the   Act,   can   complain   to   the   Sub   Divisional

Implementing Authority either in person or by a letter.

(2) All such grievances can also be registered through a toll-free Help Line made operational by the Nodal Authority and shall be considered in the manner provided hereunder.

(3) The Sub Divisional Implementing Authority shall, on receipt of such complaint, conduct suitable enquiry within 15 days from the date of receipt of such complaint and pass appropriate orders for action under Part V or otherwise, with due intimation to the aggrieved.

(4) Any   person   aggrieved   by   the   orders   of   the   Sub   Divisional Implementing  Authority,  can  file  an  appeal  before  the  District

Implementing Authority, who shall dispose it off within 30 days from the date of receipt of such appeal.

(5) The orders passed by the District Implementing Authority shall be considered as final and binding on all parties.

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Age

 

 

 

 

Milestone

 

Outflow from State Budget (Rs)

 

 

Trigger/

Activity   to   be achieved

 

Functionary responsible for

registration/u pdation

1

2

3

4

5

 

At Birth

Registration    of

Birth

 

2500

Institutional

Delivery

 

VIA/WIA

 

Year 1

 

IMMUNIZATION

 

1000

IMMUNISATION (ANM)  

VIA/WIA

 

Year 2

 

IMMUNIZATION

 

1000

IMMUNISATION (ANM)  

VIA/WIA

Year 3 ANGANWADI 1500 ANGANWADI VIA/WIA
Year 4 ANGANWADI 1500 ANGANWADI VIA/WIA
Year 5 ANGANWADI 1500 ANGANWADI VIA/WIA
Year 6 1ST CLASS 2000  

 

1st  to 5th  standard in any recognized school

VIA/WIA
Year 7 ND

2   CLASS

2000 VIA/WIA
Year 8 3RD CLASS 2000 VIA/WIA
Year 9 4TH CLASS 2000 VIA/WIA
Year 10 5TH CLASS 2000 VIA/WIA
Year 11 6TH CLASS 2500  

 

 

 

 

In any recognized school

VIA/WIA
Year 12 7TH CLASS 2500 VIA/WIA
 

Year 13

 

8TH CLASS

 

2500

 

Head Master

 

Year 14

 

9TH CLASS

 

3000

 

Head Master

 

Year 15

 

10TH CLASS

 

3000

 

Head Master

 

Incentives provided as per Section 4
Schedule I

 

 

Year 16

 

 

11TH CLASS

 

 

3500

 

In   high   school/

junior  college  for

+2/intermediate

as     a     regular student          and

should appear for

exam

Principal        of Junior College/High School
 

 

Year 17

 

 

12TH CLASS

 

 

3500

Principal        of Junior College/High School
 

 

Year 18

 

 

GRADUATION- 1

 

 

4000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In a college as a regular student and pass exam

 

Principal        of

Degree college

 

 

Year 19

 

 

GRADUATION- 2

 

 

4000

 

Principal        of

Degree college

 

 

Year 20

 

 

GRADUATION -3

 

 

4000

Principal of

Degree college

 

 

Year 21

 

 

GRADUATION -4

 

 

4000

Principal of

Degree college

 

Year 21

 

Lump          Sum incentive

 

50,000/

1,00,000

If      pass      the intermediate (+2)

level/Degree level

 

PD ICDS

Sub Total   1.55,500    

 Schedule II

 

 

 

Age

 

 

 

Milestone

Outflow from

State

Budget

(Rs)

 

 

Registration

Authority

 

 

Authenticatio n Authority

1

2

3

4

5

 

 

At Birth

 

 

Registration        of

Birth

 

 

2500

 

 

VIA/WIA

ANM  and Medical Officer of  the Institution
 

Year 1

 

IMMUNIZATION

 

1000

 

VIA/WIA

 

ANM

 

Authentication Authoritie

 

Year 2

 

IMMUNIZATION

 

1000

 

VIA/WIA

 

ANM

 

Year 3

 

ANGANWADI

 

1500

 

VIA/WIA

Supervisor

ICDS

 

Year 4

 

ANGANWADI

 

1500

 

VIA/WIA

Supervisor

ICDS

 

Year 5

 

ANGANWADI

 

1500

 

VIA/WIA

Supervisor

ICDS

 

Year 6

 

1ST CLASS

 

2000

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 7

 

2ND CLASS

 

2000

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 8

 

3RD CLASS

 

2000

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 9

 

4TH CLASS

 

2000

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 10

 

5TH CLASS

 

2000

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 11

 

6TH CLASS

 

2500

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

Year 12

 

7TH CLASS

 

2500

 

VIA/WIA

Head Master of the school
 

 

Year 13

 

 

8TH CLASS

 

 

2500

 

Head   Master of the school

Mandal/Municip al Education Officer
 

 

Year 14

 

 

9TH CLASS

 

 

3000

 

Head   Master of the school

Mandal/Municip al Education Officer
 

 

Year 15

 

 

10TH CLASS

 

 

3000

 

Head   Master of the school

Mandal/Municip al Education Officer
 

 

 

Year 16

 

 

11TH CLASS

 

 

 

3500

 

Head Master/Princi pal    of    the college

 

Mandal/Municip al

Implementing

Authority

 

 

 

Year 17

 

 

12TH CLASS

 

 

 

3500

 

Head Master/Princi pal    of    the college

 

Mandal/Municip al

Implementing

Authority

 

 

 

Year 18

 

 

GRADUATION- 1

 

 

4000

 

Principal     of the college

District Implementing Authority
 

 

Year 19

 

 

GRADUATION- 2

 

 

4000

 

Principal     of the college

District Implementing Authority
 

 

Year 20

 

 

GRADUATION -3

 

 

4000

 

Principal     of the college

District Implementing Authority
 

 

Year 21

 

 

GRADUATION -4

 

 

4000

 

Principal     of the college

District Implementing Authority
Final Lump sum  

Intermediate/ Degree

 

50,000/

1,00,000

 

 

PD, ICDS

District Implementing Authority
Total   1,55,500    

 

Form I

(to be filled 6 months prior to the expected date of delivery

  Name (of the expectant mother)
  Husband’s name
  Address
  Village/Gram Panchayat
Mandal/Town  
  Aadhaar ID
  Ration card number
  MCP card Number
  Phone  Number
  Phone Number of husband/guardian
  Date of Birth
  Caste   (SC/ST/ Others)
  Name of Sub-Centre
  Name of ANM
  Phone Number of ANM
  Name of the AWW
  Phone number of AWW
  Name of associated ASHA
  Phone Number of ASHA (if available)
  Linked facility for delivery (Sub-Centre/DH/ CHC/PHC/Private etc)
  Name of  Facility
LMP

Date

 

1st ANC (including

Registration)

 

Date

2nd ANC

Date

3rd ANC

Date

4th ANC

Date

TT1 (immediately at detection of pregnancy)  

Date

TT2 (after 1 month of TT1 administration)  

Date

TT Booster

Date

IFA tablets given   (Date on which 100 IFA Tabs

completed)

 

 

 

Date

Anemia  (Moderate <11/Severe <7/Normal)
Weight taken at the time of registration
Weight at the time of delivery
 

Complication (Hypertensive /Diabetics /APH/Malaria/None)

RTI/STI (Y/N)
  Outcome Numbers (0/1/2/3/4/5)    0=Still Birth
  Date of Delivery (dd/mm/yyyy)
  Time of delivery (hh:mm)  
 

Place of delivery  (Home- Type/ Institutional-Type)

  Home (address)
Public (Name of institution and address)
  Private (Name of institution and address)
  Delivery Type   (Normal/CS /Instrumental)
  Complications       (Y/N)
  Date of Discharge from Institution (if applicable) (dd/mm/yyyy)
  JSY Benefits paid(Date)
Abortion (MTP<12/ MTP>12 /Spontaneous /None) (If None, then other details to be filled)
PNC Home Visit ( Within  48 hours/7 days)
  PNC Complications (PPH/ Sepsis/ Death/ Others/ None)
  Post Partum Contraception Method (Sterilisation/IUD/Injectibles)
  PNC Checkup (Y/N)

 

Form II

(in continuation of Form I, to be filled after birth)

 

Child 1

The following details to be captured for each child

born-for child tracking

Name
Sex (M/F)
Weight at Birth (Kg)
 

Initiated Breastfeeding within   1 Hr (Y/N)

Child 2 Name

 

The following details to be captured for each child

born-for child tracking

Sex (M/F)
Weight at Birth (Kg)
Initiated Breastfeeding within   1 Hr (Y/N)
In case of Girl Child/children, scan and upload the following documents
a.   Birth Certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths at the

Gram Panchayat/Ward level.

b.    Photograph of the girl child & her mother/guardian
c.   The Aadhar card of the mother/guardian
d.  Copy of the Ration Card containing therein the name of the mother/guardian
e.   Copy of the Joint bank account in the name of the girl & her mother/guardian.

 

Form III (to be filed before 15th July each year)

Name of the girl child:
Name of mother/guardian
Aadhaar ID of mother/guardian
Aadhaar ID of the child (if more than 7 yrs)
Date of birth
Milestone achieved
Date of achieving the milestone
Location where the milestone is achieved: Name of the Hospital/school/college:
Address of the institution:
Evidence of milestone (to be scanned and uploaded)

 

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Government of Andhra Pradesh has constituted Group of Ministers  for giving suggestions for formulating the  modalities of the proposed A.P Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Act, 2013.

The Group of Ministers shall consist of the following Members:-

1. Smt. V.  Sunitha Laxma Reddy Minister for Indira Kranthi Patham, Pensions, Self Help Groups & Women Development, Child Welfare & Disabled Welfare, Juvenile Welfare.
2. Dr. J. Geetha Minister for Major Industries, Sugar Commerce & Export Promotion.
3. Smt. D.K. Aruna Minister for Information & Public Relations, Cinematography, A.P. Film, T.V. & Theatre Development Corporation
4. Smt. G. Aruna Kumari Minister for Mines & Geology
5. Sri A. Ramanarayana Reddy Minister for Finance, Planning, Small Savings, State Lotteries.
6. Sri P. Satyanarayana Minister for Social Welfare
7. Sri P. Balaraju Minister for Tribal Welfare
8. Sri E. Pratap Reddy Minister for Law & Courts
9. Sri Kondru Murali Mohan Minister for APVVP, Health, Family Welfare & AP Aids Control Society, Minister for Medical Education, Arogyasree, Health Insurance, 104 & 108, Medical Infrastructure, Ayush, Yogadhyayana.

The Principal Secretary, Rural Development, P.R. & R.D. Department   shall be the Convenor of the said   Group of Ministers.

The Group of Ministers shall submit its report to Government   at the earliest.

The state government also approved constitution of a GoMs for formulating modalities for implementation of the Self employment Schemes for Social Welfare, Trial Welfare, Minority Welfare and women,child and disabled Welfare departments. The ministers who are included in GoMs are Pithani Satyanarayana, P.Bala Raju, B Saraiah, mohammad Ahmadullah, M Muaheedhar Reddy, V Sunitha laxman Reddy, A.Ramanarayana Reddy, J Geetha Reddy, N Raghuveera Reddy, Danam nagender, Dokka manikya Vara prasad, P Viswaroop and G Prasad Kumar. Social Welfare Principal Secretary will be the convenor for GOMs, the release added.

Andhra Pradesh Bangaru Talli Girl Child Promotion and Empowerment Act, 2013

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