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Government of India
Ministry of Women and Child Development
16-March-2018 18:16 IST
Scheme for Out of School Adolescent Girls

The Government is implementing Scheme for out of school adolescent girls (11-14 years). The scheme contains both Nutritional and non-nutritional components. Thenutritional support is provided to the beneficiaries for 300 days in a year. The scheme also aims at motivating out of school girls to go back toformal schooling or /skill trainingunder   non-nutrition  component  of  the scheme.

State-wise details of expenditure incurred on nutritional support and non-nutrition component of the scheme including skill training are :

 

States/UTs

Amount Utilised in 2017-18  as on 31.12.2017

(Rs. in lakh)

Nutrition

Non Nutrition

(1)

(2)

(3)

Andhra Pradesh

1361.05

0

Arunachal Pradesh

42.76

0

Chattisgarh

1643.61

92.57

Goa

302.76

0

Gujarat

2014.05

40.72

Haryana

258.59

4.4

Himachal Pradesh

344.62

27.32

Jammu & Kashmir

 

NR

Jharkhand

154.54

0

Karnataka

554.94

46.88

Kerala

631.53

0

Madhya Pradesh

4982.62

195.09

Manipur

NR

NR

Meghalaya

468.31

37.62

Mizoram

85.20

18.21

Nagaland

92.60

0

Odisha

2221.32

0

Punjab

434.52

6.13

Sikkim

19.34

0.73

Tamil Nadu

1556.44

 

Tripura

185.59

46.8

Uttar Pradesh

3152.06

0

West Bengal

122.22

33.408

Andaman & Nicobar

3.81

0

Chandigarh*#

3.74

0

Daman & Diu

10.34

0

D & NH

NR

NR

Delhi

39.51

0

Pondicherry

3.81

0

Total

20689.88

549.88

 

The Government has also approved phased expansion of the scheme so as to cover additional districts for a period of one year i.e. upto 30.11.2018.  In 2017-18, the scheme has been extended to additional 303 districts,with pan India expansion in 2018-19.

This information was given by Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Dr.Virendra Kumar in reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

 

AKR/NG/SKK

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