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Services for Women - Adolescent Girls

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Support for improvement of nutritional, educational and health status of adolescent girls

Kishori Shakti Yojana

Training for five days at the beginning of the programme.

Supplementary nutrition with per day allocation of Rs. 5 per day per for 2 beneficiary within in the AWC limits

Health check up during visit of MO to the AWC

Nutrition and Health Education

Adolescent Girls enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW

Support for improvement of nutritional, status of adolescent girls

Nutrition programme for adolescent girls

Special nutrtion is provided to undernourished adolescent girls from BPL families. 6 kgs of rice is distributed every month through fair price shops

Adolescent girls who weigh less than 35 kg enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW

Financial Assistance to run hostels for girls from rural areas

Financial Assistance to run hostels for girls from rural areas

Maintenance grant of Rs.500/-p.m. per boarder and expenses towards salary of staff, rent, contingencies etc.

Documentation

Caste Certificate issued by Revenue Department

Family Income Certificate should not exceed Rs. 10,000/-

Those enrolled to the Hostel should not receive stipend other than the merit scholarship

Study certificate obtained from the concerned schools and colleges

Girl students residing in rural areas, whose family income is less than Rs. 10,000 p.a

Studying from 6th Std. in institutions recognized by Govt. of Karnataka

District/ Taluk

W&CDO/

CDPO

Protection

Of girls

From

child marriages.

Implementation

of Prohibition

of Child

Marriage Act,

2006

The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.10.2007 and the State Rules were notified on 6.2.2008. An act to provide for the prohibition of solemisation of child marriages and for matters concerned therewith. Create awareness among the general public on hamful effects of child marriage, provisons under the act and regarding punishments through folkart, street plays, `songs, kalajathas etc;

Girls below 18 years of age and boys below 21 years

Taluk

DDs/CDPO/ Child Marriage Prohibition officer

Prevention

of trafficking

in women

and children

Scheme

for Prevention

of Trafficking

of women

and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at district, taluk and gram panchayath level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitize the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among the members at taluk and gram panchayath level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public.

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District

DD / CDPO

Registration

of marriages

Implementation of Karnataka Marriage (Regulation and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1976

Karnataka Marriage ( Registration and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act,1976 was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.4.2004 to provide for registrations of marriages and certin other matters concerned therewith. The State rules were notified on 18.4.2006.The Inspector General of Registration and Commissioner of stamps is notified as Chief Marriage Regisration officer. The Sub-Registrars of the Stamps and Registration Department and Village Accountants of the Revenue Departments have been notified as Marriage Registration officers in thrir respective jurisdiction.

Men and Women

Taluq

DD/CDPO

 

Helplines

 




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