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DCR

राजस्थान सरकार

बाल अधिकारिता विभाग

DCR
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माननीय मंत्री ,सान्याअवि राजस्थान सरकार

DCR

राजस्थान सरकार

बाल अधिकारिता विभाग

DCR
श्रीमती वसुन्धरा राजे जी
माननीय मुख्यमंत्री,राजस्थान सरकार
DCR
श्री अरुण चतुर्वेदी
माननीय मंत्री ,सान्याअवि राजस्थान सरकार

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Introduction

The Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS) is a comprehensive scheme of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, which aims to create a protective environment for children in the country. It is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme which not only brings all existing child protection schemes of the Ministry such as the scheme for street and working children, administration...

Implementation Status

The Government of Rajasthan has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Central Government on ............. according to which provisions laid down in the same will be binding on both the parties. The Central and the State Government will jointly share the expenditure for various components in the ratio laid down...

Target Group

The ICPS focuses its activities on children in need of care and protection, and juveniles in conflict with law and those children in contact with the law. The ICPS also provides preventive, statutory and care and rehabilitation services to any other vulnerable child including, but not limited, to: children of potentially vulnerable families and families at risk, children of socially excluded groups like migrant families...

Introduction & Aim of this scheme

This scheme was launched by the state of Rajasthan as an initiative to provide help and support to the children without parental support (This even includes single parent), However this scheme focus on non-institutional support that means children will stay with their close relatives or known’s whosoever want to become their foster parent and Government will help those people (foster parents) financially. This ways children would not stay in a Government or NGO run home, they will stay within their families and Government will support their families in term of finance.
The major aim of this scheme is to keep children within their families so that they can get the appropriate love, affection and care and this will also not let child feel if he is alone and he will groom himself/herself as if he/she would do with his/her parents.
This Scheme is innovative, unique and can be implemented in all the states of India.

Targeted Areas/Area of action

2004-05 -

Scheme was started in the year of 2004-05 and it was initially started for the children (Without parental support) of Scheduled caste.

2005 -

In the year 2005 August, children without parental support of all the categories were included in this scheme

2007 -

In April 2007, widow women who were eligible for pension scheme, we included there 1 child in this scheme

2010 -

Starting January 2010, this scheme broadened further and based on re-marriage certificate, children of those widow women were also included who got married again.

2010 -

April 2010, those children were also included in this scheme whose parents are suffering from leprosy or are victims of HIV/AIDS.

2011 -

February 2011, 1 child of those women were also included in this scheme who have started staying as wife of some other family member of their late husband, these kind of marriages are common in Rajasthan and they are also morally accepted in these societies and termed as (nata).

2011 -

Again in February 2011 the age of beneficiaries of this scheme was increased up to 18 years.

2013 -

As per Chief Minister’s Budget provision for 2013-2014, the amount given to the beneficiaries has been increased to INR 1000/ from INR 650/, and it is applicable from 1st April 2013

2013 -

On 26th April 2013, provision has been made to include the children of Physically disabled parents.

2013 -

On 1st May 2013, provision has been made to include the children of separated/divorcee women.

2013 -

On 29th May the number of children has been increased up to 3 for those widow women who are eligible for pension scheme.

Eligibility criteria

 

  • Children without parental support.
  • Children of those parents who have been sentenced life imprisonment or capital punishment.
  • Up to 3 children of those widow women who are eligible for pension scheme.
  • Children of those widow women who have married again.
  • Children of those parents who are victim of HIV/AIDS.
  • Children of those parents who are suffering from leprosy.
  • Children of Physically disabled parents.
  • Children of Separated/Divorcee women.