BEd- BTC Scholorship and Fees Refund 2021: Poor and needy students studying in B.Ed course of the state have got the way to get the benefit of government scholarship and fees. State Government B.Ed. and B.T.C. In the matter of reimbursement of government scholarships and fees, orders were given to investigate the educational institutions conducting these courses.

For this, a state-level inquiry committee was also constituted in October last year under the chairmanship of the Director of Minority Welfare, but on February 16, this state-level committee was canceled by issuing an order from the government and replaced by the main development of the districts. An inquiry committee was constituted under the chairmanship of the officer in which the District Minority Welfare Officer, District Backward Classes Welfare Officer, District Social Welfare Officer and the concerned Deputy District Magistrate were made members.

This inquiry committee was instructed to submit the investigation report on its eight points to the government on March 10. But now this deadline has been reduced to 26 February. Directorate of Social Welfare and Government will get this inquiry report from the districts by 26 February, after which the educational institutions B.Ed., B.T.C. And other courses will be indulged in the fraud and payment of fees, except for those students of B.Ed. courses of all other educational institutions, the process of transferring the amount of scholarships and fees to their bank accounts will be started. .

Since the BTC session has been reduced to zero in the current academic session due to Corona crisis, the scholarship and fees will not be paid in the BTC course. This information has been received from the officials associated with the scholarship section of the Social Welfare Department. Students of B.Ed course are given 51 thousand 250 rupees in the first year and 30 thousand in the second year as a fee, apart from this, a scholarship of about 9 thousand rupees is given every year in this two-year course.

In the 2019-20 academic session, 1 lakh 12 thousand students of B.Ed course and 15 thousand 875 general students were given the benefit of scholarship and fee reimbursement from the Social Welfare Department, on which 442 crores and general for SC children. An expenditure of Rs 45.86 crore was incurred on the children of the class. In the last academic session, the Backward Classes Welfare Department had given the benefit of scholarship and fees to about 80 thousand minority students in the B.Ed course.

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