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Friday, July 3, 2020

Kutumb Sahay (Familly Assistance) Scheme In Gujarat

Kutumb Sahay (Familly Assistance) Scheme In Gujarat

Kutumb Sahay (Familly Assistance) Scheme In Gujarat: The main breadwinner has to be a family member whose income constituted a major share of the family’s total earnings. The death of such a bread-earner should have occurred whilst she/he is above 18 years of age and below 60 years of age.

A woman in the family, who is a homemaker, is also considered as a ‘breadwinner’ under this scheme. The deceased’s family shall qualify as a family living under the poverty line.

The prime benefits of NFBS are its financial support for dependent beneficiaries. While the emotional loss or mental anguish can’t be replaced with anything, financial assistance can make life easier for the deceased’s family, especially those living under the poverty line. One can find more information about the benefits by downloading the pdf document with the guidelines of the scheme.

One could avail the form by clicking on the link enclosed herein. Similarly, filled-in Application forms are to be submitted to the designated officer appointed by the respective state governments. At the district level, the implementation of the scheme has been entrusted to Zila Parishad or its equivalent. At the local level, the Gram Panchayat /Municipality would implement the scheme.

National Family Support Scheme- SankatMochan (NFBS):


(A) Eligibility Criteria:1. The family should be in BPL List
2. The natural or accidental death of the main income earner of the family
3. Age of dead male or female should be more than 18 years and less than 60 years
4. Application to be submitted within 2 years after the death

(B) Benefits: Rs. 20,000/- to the family.

(C) Where to apply?

2. Apply to respective Taluka Mamlatdar.

The TalukaMamlatdars are authorized to approve or disapprove the assistance under this scheme. An appeal can be given to Prant Officer in 60 days in case of disapproval of the application.

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Kishan Parivahan Yojna Online Application Form, Eligibility And Assistance AmountAmount

Kishan Parivahan Yojna Gujarat 2020

The main objective of Mukhyamantri Kisan Parivahan Yojana in Gujarat is to enable farmers to sell their agricultural produce to other places. This scheme will realize the PM Modi's vision of Doubling Farmers Income by 2022.


Gujarat government has started Kisan Parivahan Yojana 2020-21 for farmers. Under this scheme, govt. will provide subvention of Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 75,000 for procuring light load bearing vehicle. Farmers may soon be able to apply online by filling Gujarat Kisan Parivahan Yojana 2020-21 online application / registration form.

Gujarat Kisan Parivahan Yojana Apply Online Form 2020-21


The Ministry is implementing Aajeevika Grameen Express Yojana (AGEY), the sub-scheme under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Rural Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NRLM) to facilitate transport facilities in the rural areas and also provide job opportunities to members of Self Help Groups (SHGs) under DAY-NRLM. The scheme was launched in August, 2017. However, the Ministry does not have a scheme called Gram ParivahanYojana.

Gujarat Vahan Parivahan Yojana 2020: 

AGEY has the following two objectives: 1. To provide safe, affordable and community monitored rural transport services to connect remote villages with key services and amenities (including access to markets, education and health) for the overall economic development of the area by making use of the supports available within the framework of DAY-NRLM. 2. To provide an alternative source of livelihoods to members of Self Help Groups (SHGs) and their families under DAY-NRLM by facilitating them to operate public transport services in backward rural areas, as identified by the States.The scheme is currently being implemented in 18 States and 624 vehicles are operational under the scheme as on 30th November, 2018.

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Finally, we hope you like to read " information. Keep sharing with all farmers in Gujarat stats and daily visit our website for Government scheme updates.

Kishan Parivahan Yojna Sahay Rakam (Amount)



Kishan Parivahan Yojna 2020 Official Paripatra PDF
Kishan Parivahan Yojna Online Application

Patel also announced Kisan Parivahan Yojana, complementing to Government of India’s Kisan Raila and Kisan Udan schemes. As per budget speech, farmers will get Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 75,000 assistance for light goods carriage vehicle. Rs. 30 crore provision has been made in the first phase to give benefit to around 5,000 farmers.

Kishan Parivahan Yojna Sahay Patrata (Eligibility)



Patel also announced Gujarat Organic Agricultural University at Halol in Panchmahal district with provision of Rs. 12 crore for FY 2020-21.
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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Piano added to Google's Chrome Music Lab, 10 users will be able to play the piano online together.

The Music Lab link supports both mobile and web. 


A total of 10 users can play the piano. No login or password is required
Users can invite other users just by sharing the link.
Music google

Many apps are launching new features to facilitate the users keeping in mind that people are bored at home due to the current lockdown. A new feature has been added to the Google Chrome Music Lab. The piano has now been added. Google has launched a web link for this. Enjoy online music by sharing this link with friends.

No login or password required:

A beta version of the piano has just been launched. It can accommodate up to 10 users at a time. No login or password is required. Users can invite other users just by sharing the link.

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The Music Lab link supports both mobile and web. Desktop / Laptop user keyboard and mobile users will also be able to use it from its keyboard. Chrome Music Lab is developed for fun only. With the piano the user will also be able to experience instruments including drumkits and strings.
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Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana Extended Till Diwali. 

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The Modi government had announced an additional allocation in the world’s largest food security scheme – PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana [Mafat Anaj Vitran Yojana] – earlier this year, which aimed to ensure sufficient foods with the poor and needy amid the coronavirus crisis. The foodgrains were to be distributed to all the beneficiaries under the targeted public distribution system (TPDS) for Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) and priority household (PHH) ration cardholders. The eligible individuals were to receive 5kg of foodgrains and 1 kg Gram per month for a period of three months between April and June, 2020, which has now been extended for five more months.

In his national address today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Corona epidemic and lockdown have created problems for the poor. The PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana [Mafat Anaj Vitran Yojana] has been extended from July to November to ensure that they continue to receive adequate foodgrains. Because, in these 5 months most of the festivals like, Shravan month, Janmashtami, Navratri, Durga Puja, Diwali and Chhath Puja are coming. In the meantime, the scheme has been expanded to provide foodgrains to the people at reasonable prices.

What is Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana [Mafat Anaj Vitran Yojana] ?

Considered as world’s largest food security scheme, the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana [Mafat Anaj Vitran Yojana] aims at ensuring sufficient food the poor and needy during the coronavirus crisis.

Part of the scheme, the food needs to be provided to all the beneficiaries under public distribution system (TPDS) for Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) and priority household (PHH) ration cardholders.

As per updates, the eligible beneficiaries will receive 5kg of foodgrains and 1 kg Gram per month for a period of three months between April and June, 2020. This time period has now been extended to five more months.

Now 1 kg chickpeas will also be available for free


The Prime Minister said that the Modi government would provide 5 kg of wheat or 5 kg of rice free of cost every month. In addition, from now on, 1 kg of chickpeas per month will be given to each family free of cost.

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The government will spend an additional Rs 90,000 crore

In his national address, PM Modi said that the PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana [Mafat Anaj Vitran Yojana] would be extended for another five months at an additional cost of Rs 90,000 crore. If you add up the amount spent in the last three months, the amount is around Rs 1.5 lakh crore.
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Common eye diseases and their treatment Read more information.

Common eye diseases and their treatment Read more information. 


The eye is called the precious gem of the body. Only with the eye can we see and enjoy this beautiful world. But like other organs of the body, the eye can also be affected by various ailments. Here we will discuss some common eye ailments.

BLEPHARITIS:

It is a non-infectious disease caused by bacteria, dandruff, acne, allergies, psoriasis. Symptoms include swollen eyelids, redness of the eyelids, sticking out of the eyelids, inflammation of the eyes, light intolerance, blurred vision, watery eyes and drooping or drooping of the eyelids. The disease most often occurs simultaneously in both eyes. Home remedies include rinsing the eyes with warm water, shaking with a warm cloth, washing face and hair with anti-dandruff shampoo, wiping off makeup before going to bed and avoiding allergens. If there is a disease like diabetes, acne or psoriasis, to control them with proper treatment. If the pain or swelling increases. Blisters or blisters on the eyelids. If the vision becomes blurred and home remedies do not seem to be beneficial, an eye specialist should be consulted immediately.


CATARACT:

In this disease, blurring of the eyelids causes blurred vision. The disease is usually more likely to occur with age, but can often be caused by a genetic cause, an injury, drugs such as steroids, or an illness such as diabetes in young children and young people. Symptoms of this disease include whitening of the eyelids, blurred vision, intolerance to light, difficulty seeing at night, frequent change of spectacles, difficulty in walking up and down and parking. It may not be possible to prevent the disease completely, but a healthy lifestyle such as a nutritious diet, regular exercise, a sedentary lifestyle, the use of sunglasses, proper treatment of diseases like diabetes and regular intake of antioxidants can prevent the onset of the disease to some extent. After the onset of the disease, a bad eyeball is surgically removed and replaced with an artificial eyeball.

CONJUCTIVITIS:

This disease causes redness and swelling of the eyes due to any infection, injury, allergy or something falling in the eye. Inflammation, pain, itching or tingling in the eyes. Water falls from the eye. Intense light is not tolerated and blurred vision is felt. Sometimes the eyelids stick together due to the vaccine coming from the eye. The disease usually occurs in both eyes simultaneously. The home treatment for this disease is to shake with cold water if there is itching or swelling and shake with warm water if there is pain or vaccine. Clean the eyelids with warm water and do not scratch the eye. Avoid direct contact with the patient to prevent the spread of the disease. Items of the patient's personal use should be kept separate and hands should be washed frequently. The disease usually goes away in 8 to 10 days but if the pain or swelling increases, there is a lot of vaccination, blisters or sores on the eyelids and there is no benefit from home treatment, consult a doctor.

CORNEAL ULCERS:

Injuries or infections in the eye, excessive rubbing of the eyes, ultraviolet rays or welding lights, contact lenses, chemical leaks, dry eyes or objects falling into the eye can cause corneal erosion, which can sometimes lead to corneal ulcers. The disease usually affects people who wear contact lenses and work in dust, debris or wind. Symptoms include watery eyes, intolerance to light, redness of the eyes, blurred vision, and squinting. Patients with the possibility of corneal ulcers should keep their eyes completely closed, not scratching the eyes, not wearing contact lenses, rinsing the eyes with clean water and wearing goggles. Consult a doctor immediately if there is a bite or fall in the eye, pain is increasing, vaccine is coming out of the eye or vision is getting blurred.

CHALAZION / STYE:

Dandruff is a very common eye disease.

Signs such as itching, blurred vision are seen. Home remedies include hot shakes and frequent cleansing of the eyes with clean water. A specialist doctor should be consulted if there is increased pain or swelling, vaccination, fever, blurred vision and frequent blindness.

REFRACTORY DISORDERS
There are four types of visual impairment:

HYPERMETROPIA: 

Such patients have to wear plus number glasses. Such people can see distant things well but they have trouble seeing near things. That is why the glasses with positive number are known as near glasses. Such a number of glasses need to be worn forever. So that the eye is not stretched and the headache does not occur. If young children do not wear such glasses, in the long run their eyesight may be impaired and their eyes may be irritated.

MYOPIA:

Such patients have to wear minus numbered glasses. Such people can see the near object well but they have difficulty in seeing the distant object...

 One of the reasons for the minus number of glasses is to have an eye larger than normal.
 Therefore, those who have a minus number from an early age can increase the number of glasses along with physical development.

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This number usually stabilizes between the ages of 15 and 20. Those who have more than number-3 have weak and thin eyelids.

Such a patient should have his eyelids checked regularly.
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This martyr jawan is always on duty, see holiday and promotion too.

This martyr jawan is always on duty, see holiday and promotion too.
શહીદ વીર બાબા જશવંત સિંહ.

A soldier is not in this world, yet he gets promoted. Holiday is also available. Tea is also served at 4:30 in the morning, breakfast at 9 am and food in the evening. You will wonder who the soldier is and what he has done that is being given so much respect even after his death. So know, the name of that soldier is Jaswant Singh Rawat. He alone fought with the Chinese troops for 72 hours and killed more than 300 Chinese soldiers. This is why they get so much respect. Let's read the story of his bravery today ...

introduction:

Jaswant Singh Rawat was a resident of Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. He was born on August 19, 1941. His father was Guman Singh Rawat. At the time he was martyred, he was in the rank of Rifleman and was serving in the 4th Battalion of Garhwal Rifles. He played an important role in the Battle of Nurarang of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh during the 1962 Indo-China War.

Indo-China War of 1962

The 1962 Indo-China war was in its final stages. Spread over an area of ​​about 1000 km at an altitude of 14,000 feet, the Indo-China border battle ground was established in Arunachal Pradesh. This area is notorious for freezing cold and inaccessible rocky area. People's souls tremble in the name of going to these areas, but our soldiers were fighting there. Chinese troops were advancing by crossing the border of the Himalayas, occupying the land of India. Chinese troops reached beyond Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. Indian soldiers were also fiercely fighting the Chinese soldiers.

This is how Chinese soldiers dodge

The Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army were taking iron from Chinese soldiers. The Garhwal Rifles was a battalion of Jaswant Singh. In the midst of the fighting, the battalion was recalled, citing lack of resources and troops. But Jaswant Singh decided to stay there and confront the Chinese troops.

According to local legends, he built a firing ground with the help of two girls Noora and Sela of the Monpa tribe of Arunachal Pradesh and kept machine guns and tanks at three places. He did this to confuse the Chinese soldiers so that the Chinese soldiers would understand that the Indian Army was in large numbers and was attacking from all three places. Along with Noora and Sela, Jaswant Singh would go and attack all three places. A large number of Chinese soldiers were killed by this. In this way, he managed to dodge Chinese troops for 72 hours or three days. But unfortunately the person who supplied them ration was caught by the Chinese soldiers. He told the Chinese soldiers about Jaswant Singh Rawat. After this, Chinese troops surrounded Jaswant Singh on 17 November 1962 and attacked. Sela was killed in this attack but Noora was captured alive by Chinese soldiers. When Jaswant Singh realized that he would be captured, he shot a bullet himself to avoid becoming a prisoner of war. A pass has been named as Sella Pass in memory of Sela.

The Chinese army was also impressed by the bravery:

It is said that Chinese soldiers cut off his head. His head was returned by the Chinese army after the war. His brazen feats of single-handedly hitting the Chinese army were also influenced and presented a bronze statue of Rawat. In some stories, it is said that Jaswant Singh Rawat did not shoot himself but was captured and hanged by Chinese soldiers.

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The honor:

The outpost at which Jaswant Singh fought the last battle has now been renamed as Jaswantgarh and a temple has been built in his memory there. The things related to them in the temple are still preserved today. Five soldiers have been deployed to oversee their rooms. Those five soldiers bed them at night, press uniforms and even polish shoes. The soldiers put a bed tea for them at 4.30 in the morning, breakfast at 9 and food at 7 in the evening.

Biopic: 

Biopic movie
Avinash Dhyani has also made a film on the life of the country's brave soldier Jaswant Singh Rawat named 72 Hours Martiar Who Never Died (72 Hours Martyr Who Never Died). In this biopic, Avinash Dhyani plays Jaswant Singh.
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How To Get Gujarat Income Certificat At Online.

Gujarat Income Certificate:

Income certificate is an essential document for obtaining various government subsidies and schemes. The amount of income mentioned in an income certificate is calculated based on the actual income of each family. The Gujarat State Government has introduced an online application form to easily obtain income certificate. In this article, we look at the procedure for obtaining Gujarat income certificate.

Income Certificate


  • Income certificate is mainly used for the following purposes:
  • Helps to get special privileges from educational institutions.
  • Backward classes make special reservations in college and universities.
  • This certificate plays an important role to get credit from government banks and various government schemes.
  • Old age pension, widow pension and agricultural worker pension will be issued on the income basis.


Eligibility: 


  • A person applying for income tax certificate should be a resident of the State of Gujarat.
  • Required Documents
  • The documents required to obtain Gujarat 


Income Certificate are given below:

Address Proof (Anyone is mandatory)

  • Ration Card
  • Electricity bill
  • Water bill (not older than three months)
  • Gas connection
  • Bank Passbook
  • Post Office Account Statement / Passbook
  • Driving License
  • Government Photo ID cards / Service photo identity card issued by Public Sector Undertakings (PSU)
  • Identity Proof (Anyonee is mandatory)
  • Election Card
  • PAN Card
  • Passport

Identity card issued by an approved educational institution.

Income Proof (Anyone is mandatory )
Employer Certificate (if employed with Govt, Semi Govt or any Govt-undertaking)
If salaried (Form 16-A and ITR for last three years)
If in business (ITR of Business for last 3 years and Balance Sheet of Business)
Declaration before Talati (Service Related)

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You Can Apply Online 

Application Procedure

The applicant is required to apply online and needs to fill out the information correctly. He/she can apply by following the steps below:

Step 1: The applicant should go through the link to the website of Gujarat State Government.




Step 2: If the applicant did not register, he/she must register according to the rules provided in the portal.




Step 3: After registration, click on “Revenue ” button in the home page, the drop-down will appear with “Income Certificate” option.



Step 4: This will take the applicant to the next page where all the required application details are given with “Apply Online ” option. For those wishing to apply offline, a form can be obtained by clicking on ”Download Form” button.



Step 5: Enter the email and password and choose the “Application language” and then submit the Aadhar number and click on “Continue Service.”



Step 6: Specify the details that are given below click on “Update Profile” button to save profile then click on “Next.”



Step 7: This will take the applicant to the page where he/she needs to specify the details such as address, number of family members, home address, income details etc



Step 8: Now the applicant needs to upload the required documents such as proof of residence, identity proof as mentioned above and click on “Submit


Step 9: Once the applicant has paid the amount for obtaining the income certificate, the application procedure will be completed.

The income certificate would then be issued to the application within 10-15 days by the Government.
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