Chhattisgarh Berojgari Bhatta | Chhattisgarh: ‘Good News’ For Unemployed Youth, Rs 2500 Unemployment Allowance To Be Available From April 1, Know The Conditions


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New Delhi. Now there is good news for the unemployed youth in Chhattisgarh. In fact, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has made a great decision for the unemployed youth. In this regard, Chief Minister Baghel has announced that from 1st April every month, Rs 2,500 will be given as a subsidy to educated unemployed youth.

In this regard, he tweeted that an order has been issued to give unemployment benefit of Rs 2,500 per month to the educated youth of Chhattisgarh from April 1. To facilitate registration, it has been decided that in applications made on any day of April, according to the call, the benefit will be paid as of April 1.

On the other hand, as per the announcement by the Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, the unemployment benefit scheme will be implemented in Chhattisgarh from 1st April 2023. Under this scheme, every month Rs 2500 will be paid directly to the recipients eligible in your bank account. The unemployed will also receive skills development training and help to find employment.

will be eligible

At the same time, according to their eligibility, the income of the entire family of the applicant must not exceed Rs 2.50 lakhs annually to avail the unemployment benefit scheme. Family means husband and wife, dependent children and dependent parents.

Who will not collect unemployment benefits

Under the plan, if more than one family member of the applicant for the unemployment benefit scheme meets the eligibility conditions, then the unemployment benefit will be approved for only one family member. In such a situation, the unemployment subsidy will be approved for the member whose age is older.

On the other hand, if any member of the applicant’s family is employed in any class IV or Group D job in any institution or local agency of the Central or State Government, said applicant will not be entitled to unemployment benefit.

If the applicant is offered self-employment or any job in the government or private sector, but the applicant does not accept the offer, then the applicant will not be eligible for the plan.

Family members of former and current ministers, former or current ministers of state and members of parliament or state legislatures, former and current mayors of municipal corporations, and former and current presidents of district panchayats will not be eligible for unemployment benefit. In addition, family members of such pensioners who receive a monthly pension of Rs 10,000 or more will not be eligible for the benefit.

Family members of doctors and engineers will not receive a subsidy either.

Likewise, relatives of personal income taxpayers, doctors, engineers, lawyers, public accountants and architects registered in professional associations will not be entitled to unemployment benefits either.

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