Check AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme 2021 Payment Status, Date Wise Installments: Andhra Pradesh govt. has launched Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme 2021. Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy has released first installment of Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme on 19 April 2021 and now second installment is released on 29 July 2021 for the current year. A total amount of Rs. 693.81 crore in 2nd installment (earlier 671.45 crore in 1st installment) is paid directly to accounts of women whose children are pursuing higher education. The third installment is scheduled to be released in December 2021 and fourth in February 2022.
Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme aims to help students from relatively low income backgrounds in getting higher education. Money under the scheme to be credited directly to the accounts of students mothers. Previously money used to transferred to owners of colleges. In this article, we will tell you about the scheme installments (date wise) and can fill YSR Fee Reimbursement Apply Online Form.
AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme 2021 Installments (Date Wise)
Under this AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme 2021, AP govt. will provide 100% fee reimbursement to students from poor category. Earlier in the month of April, the first installment was released amounting to Rs. 671.45 crore to benefit 10.88 lakh students. Now the second installment is released amounting to Rs. 693.81 crore to benefit 10.97 lakh students in the month of July. The Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme has been designed to make education accessible to poor and needy people. The real wealth that can be given to future generations is education, which alone can eradicate poverty and changes lives.
Check AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme Payment Status
|Installment Count||Installment Release Date||Amount||Beneficiary Students|
|1st||19 April 2021||671.45 crore||10.88 lakh|
|2nd||29 July 2021||693.81 crore||10.97 lakh|
Last year, around 10.11 lakh students benefited from the scheme. This year, the number of students increased by 86,000 benefiting a total number of 10.97 lakh students poor students. AP govt. has spent nearly Rs. 5,573 crore on children’s education under the Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme after coming to power. A total of Rs. 26,677 crore has been spent on education under Amma Vodi, Vidya Kanuka, Nadu Nedu scheme.
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AP Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme Apply Online Form
This Jagananna Vidya Deevena scheme was earlier approved on 27 November 2019. Along with this scheme, AP govt. has also launched 2 other major schemes namely Jagananna Vasathi Deevena Scheme and YSR Kapu Nestam Scheme which were approved on the same day in cabinet. The Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme online application form is available at navasakam.ap.gov.in where people can download and apply for its benefits.
Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme will enable students to pursue their education without worrying about expenses. The state govt. of AP will pay fees for all quarters in a single fiscal year without any arrears. This scheme will benefit around 10.88 lakh poor students to enable them to pursue their higher studies.
All the interested people can download AP Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme online application form through the link given here –. The AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme apply online form will appear as shown below:-
AP Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme Eligibility
The important features and highlights of 100% Fee Reimbursement Scheme are as follows:-
- Under Jagan Anna Vidya Deevena Scheme, the fee of students belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, backward classes, minorities, Kapus, economically backward classes and differently-abled categories will be reimbursed.
- Any student whose annual family income is less than Rs. 2.5 lakh are eligible under Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme.
- Those with 10 acres of wetland and 25 acres of dry land are also eligible for the benefit.
- There is no income limit for students hailing from families of sanitation works and those who are professionally dependent on taxi, auto, and tractor. However, The income taxpayers will not be eligible.
- Initially, the full fee reimbursement will be extended to students pursuing B Tech, B Pharmacy, M Tech, M Pharmacy, MBA, MCA, BEd and such courses.
Toll Free Number for Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme
In case any problem arises with the college management or Vidya Deevena, beneficiaries should call 1902 toll free number.
AP Jagan Anna Vasati Deevena Scheme
AP govt. also approves Jagananna Vasati Deevena Scheme to help students with their hostel and mess charges in the institutions. Under this scheme, ITI students will receive Rs 10,000, polytechnic students Rs 15,000, and degree students Rs 20,000 every year as their mess charges. The amount would be paid in two installments, one in December and the other in July, and will be credited to the bank account of student’s mother.
The cabinet also approved allocation of Rs 2,300 crore every year for Jagananna Vasathi Deevana Scheme. The minister said the allocation for this scheme was enhanced by Rs 1,500 crore compared to the allocation by the previous government. A total of 11,44,490 students are expected to benefit from both the Jagananna Vidya Deevena Scheme and Jagan Anna Vasati Deevena Scheme. YSRCP government has increased the allocation for fee reimbursement scheme by Rs. 1,800 crore as compared to annual allocation made by the previous TDP government.
AP YSR Kapu Nestam Scheme
AP cabinet also approves YSR Kapu Nestam Scheme for women from Kapu, Balija, Telaga, Ontari communities. Under this scheme, women b/w age of 45 to 60 years will be given an assistance of Rs. 15,000 per annum. Each beneficiary will get Rs 75,000 in five years to help them improve their living conditions. The cabinet approved implementation of YSR Kapu Nestham scheme with an allocation of Rs 1,101 crore and Rs 900 crore every year thereafter.
AP Vahana Mitra Scheme Phase 2
AP govt. has also allocated Rs. 63 crore for implementation of Vahana Mitra Scheme Phase 2 for auto, taxi, maxi cab owners cum drivers. Under this scheme, each driver / owner will get Rs. 10,000 per annum for annual maintenance of their vehicles. AP Vahana Mitra Scheme was launched in September 2019 and over 1.7 lakh applications were approved and sanctioned for financial aid.
Its guidelines were relaxed in October 2019 to enable more owners cum drivers to avail scheme benefits. In 2nd phase, a total number of 65,054 people applied for benefits and 62,637 applications were approved. The state govt. has released amount to benefit new beneficiaries. A total amount of Rs. 236 crore is distributed to beneficiaries in these two phases of Vahana Mitra Scheme. The registration of beneficiaries will continue next year.
Finally, Navaratanalu’s Pedhalandariki Illu (Housing for all poor) scheme also got approved and Rs. 25 lakh houses to be constructed.