Hostel Scheme for Children of Migrant Sugarcane Workers, Maharashtra

To provide free stay to the children in government hostels thereby assisting them and ensuring their welfare

On June 2, 2021, Maharashtra state cabinet approved to revive the hostel scheme for migrant sugarcane workers. Under this scheme, the children of migrant sugar cane workers will be provided with permanent residential accommodation in the form of hostels in the state. Scheme details were provided by Social Justice Minister Dhananjay Munde. This scheme was initially approved by previous government in power in the year 2019, but due to some reasons it could not be implemented back then. Now the scheme is being revived and currently 10 hostels for boys and girls separately will be started from this academic year. These hostels will be started in rented buildings for now as building new hostels will require additional time. The hostels will be operational in Beed, Ahmednagar, Jalna, Nanded, Parbhani, Osmanabad, Latur, Aurangabad, Nashik and Jalgaon.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme:Hostel Scheme for Children of Migrant Sugarcane Workers in Maharashtra
Scheme Under:Maharashtra Government
Approved and Revived By:Maharashtra state cabinet
Approval Date:June 2, 2021
Scheme Benefit:Assistance to the children by the way of free stay, lodging and boarding in government hostels
Beneficiaries:Children of migrant sugarcane workers in Maharashtra
Objective:To provide free stay to the children in government hostels thereby assisting them and ensuring their welfare

Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to provide assistance to the children of migrant sugarcane workers
  • It will provide help to the children through free hostel/ boarding stay
  • This assistance will ensure the problem of stay is resolved and thus then they would be able to focus on further studies/ work without having financial constraints
  • This scheme will assist the children with weaker economical background
  • It will provide social security to the beneficiary children and ensure their welfare

Key Points:

  • Maharashtra state cabinet gave approval for providing the children of migrant sugarcane workers a place to stay/ accommodate free of cost in government hostels under Sant bhagwan baba government hostel scheme
  • This approval was given on June 2, 2021 and the details were provided by Social Justice Minister Dhananjay Munde
  • Under this scheme currently 10 hostels for boys and girls separately will be started from this academic year.
  • These hostels will be started in rented buildings for now as building new hostels will require additional time.
  • These hostels will have a capacity of 100 children each
  • Free stay, lodging and boarding will be provided to the beneficiaries
  • The hostels will be operational in Beed, Ahmednagar, Jalna, Nanded, Parbhani, Osmanabad, Latur, Aurangabad, Nashik and Jalgaon.
  • This scheme was initially approved by previous government in power in the year 2019, but due to some reasons it could not be implemented back then.
  • Now the scheme is being revived by the current government and thereby efforts are being made to provide free residential accommodation to the beneficiary children
  • This scheme will reduce financial burden of boarding/ hostel fee payment
  • This will lead to overall social security and development in the state in the long run

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