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The one time Rs 25, 000 grant for unmarried girls between 18 and 19 years is also offered to enable them to pursue higher education or a vocational or sports course in a state-government affiliated institute.Women and Child Development Minister Shashi Panja told the state assembly that till January, 8.3 lakh girl students have received annual stipend of Rs.500, while around 48,000 girls who turned 18 were provided one-time grant of Rs 25,000."Our target is to bring 15.52 lakh students under the first kind of benefit by March 2014 and 1.3 lakh students under the second benefit by that time," Panja said replying to questions.In terms of simplicity, transparency and outreach, Kanyashree scheme is unique and first of its kind in India.Not only can an applicant apply for the scheme in her school, madrassah, vocational training centre or wherever she is studying, for transparency purpose, the entire scheme can be accessed online on a dedicated website – UNICEF partners West Bengal Government for the implementation of Kanyashree UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) has become a partner of the West Bengal Government for the implementation of Kanyashree scheme.The state government has allocated Rs 287 crore for the Kanyashree programme West Bengal government's Kanyashree scheme, a programme initiated to help prevent girls from being married off at a young age by encouraging education, has benefited almost 9 lakh girls, since its launch in October 2013.
Made by Oscar winning American short filmmaker Megan Mylan, the film, ‘After My Garden Grows’, was about a beneficiary of the West Bengal Government’s Kanyashree and Sabala schemes that are aimed at empowering the women of rural Bengal.
In a special training programme for police personnel jointly organized by the district police, district legal services authority (DLSA) and an NGO, the joint secretary emphasised on the utility of Kanyashree.
West Bengal is home to 88.34 lakh teenager girls as per the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB).
The historic Kanyashree Project, launched by the West Bengal Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjee in 2013 is now bearing the fruits of her outstanding farsightedness.
The Chief Minister said that girls are precious assets of the society and in future they will lead the country.