Telangana government has decided to extend the Kalyan Lakshmi Yojana for poor girls of Brahmin community. Under the scheme, the poor girls of various communities are being provided financial assistance of Rs 75,116. Now the poor girls of Brahmin community will also get the benefit of this scheme.
Besides, the state government will also provide the scholarship under Vivekananda Overseas Scheme and Lakshya for higher studies abroad to poor Brahmin students.
The concerned department will identify the beneficiaries to provide the benefits of the scheme for needy people. Telangana State Brahmin Welfare Parishath Chairman K V Ramanachary said that the marriage scheme would also be extended to the poor Brahmin girls. In this regard, a website will also be launched on May 09 with complete details and programmes for the cause of Brahmins.
The government will also lay the foundation for the construction of a Brahmin Sadan at Gachibowli on June 5. Besides, the CM KC Rao promised to provide the fund for the welfare of poor people of Brahmins community.
The state government will provide financial assistance for the Brahmin students who belongs to poor families and could not afford for higher studies under Vivekananda Overseas Education Scheme. Besides, financial assistance will also be provided for those students who are taking training under Lakshya scheme.
The state government will also offer incentives and required support under Saraswathi Vidya Prashasti Scheme for Brahmin students who excelled and topped in examinations.
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