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Thursday, 15 October 2020

[Rs. 75,000] AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme 2020 Apply Online Form / Beneficiary List for 23 lakh SC, ST, BC, Minority Women with 17,000 cr Allocation

Andhra Pradesh govt. has launched AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme 2020 on 12 August 2020. In this scheme, AP govt. is providing Rs. 75,000 assistance to women belonging to SC / ST / BC / Minority community. All the women residing in the state b/w 45 to 60 years of age can check the complete eligibility criteria, apply online form filling process, installment details and list of beneficiaries. The financial assistance would be provided to raise the socio-economic status of the women. Each year around 23 lakh women will get Rs. 18,750 for a duration of 4 years. The state govt. will spend Rs. 4,687 crore per annum or 17000 crore for 4 years for Cheyutha Yojana.  
As most of the women in the state are still living in a sorry state, so govt. has started AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme to provide assistance to meet their requirements. On implementation of the scheme, all the women beneficiaries will get financial assistance from the authorities on an annual basis. 

The AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme eligibility, application and documentary details are mentioned in this article.

AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme Online Application / Registration Form

AP govt. has launched YSR Cheyutha Pension Scheme for 23 lakh women of SC / ST / BC / Minority category. Just like pension schemes in other states, the state govt. may invite online application / registration form for YSR Cheyutha Scheme. CM has still not made any declarations about the apply online process. 
As per the sources, it is expected that the state govt. may launch a new dedicated portal for this pension scheme in AP. However, the authorities still have to take a final call on the implementation of YSR Cheyutha Scheme in AP. As soon as the online application process begins, we will update it here.
Development of women is the sole objective of this scheme as it is essential for the overall progress of the state. Each women to get Rs. 75,000 assistance from the government in a time span of 4 years (Rs. 18,750 p.a). The Andhra Pradesh CM Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy has allocated Rs. 4687 crore for the scheme.

AP YSR Cheyutha Scheme List - Eligibility & Documents Required

Below is the complete eligibility criteria as well as the list of documents required for availing benefits under YSR Cheyutha Pension Scheme in AP. Only those women who fulfills the following eligibility criteria would be eligible and can then check their name in YSR Cheyutha Scheme Beneficiary List:-
  • Residential requirement - Only the legal women residents of Andhra Pradesh state are eligible. Resident / Domicile Certificate is required to prove it.
  • Identity (ID) proof for authentication - This scheme is applicable for only those women who are not financially stable and are destitute. Accordingly, supporting documents like voter card, ration card and aadhar cards must be attached with the completely filled in application form.
  • Proof of Age - All the women in the age group of 45 to 60 years are eligible. In case the women doesn't satisfies this criteria, then she may not be able to avail the YSR Cheyutha Scheme benefits. Any proof of age like driving licence, aadhar card, 10th marksheet would be acceptable. 
  • BPL Category Certificate - To ensure that the women beneficiary belong to the below poverty line (BPL) category, it must be verified. So, submission of the BPL certificate is a must.
  • Caste Certificate - This scheme is only applicable to the women belonging to SC / ST / OBC / Minority category. For this purpose, caste certificate must be furnished along with the enrollment form.
  • Bank Account - The amount to be transferred under the AP YSR Cheyutha Yojana is to given through the direct benefit transfer mode. Women will get all the installments directly into their bank accounts, so furnishing of bank account details is necessary.
On implementation of YSR Pension Scheme for Women in AP, all the middle age and senior women candidates, who do not have any financial support, will get a guaranteed pension from the AP government.

AP YSR Cheyutha Pension Scheme Highlights

Here are the important features and highlights of YSR Cheyutha Pension Scheme:-

Scheme NameYSR Cheyutha Scheme
LaunchedAndhra Pradesh by CM Jagan Mohan Reddy 
Assistance AmountRs. 75,000
Date of announcementJune 2019
Targeted beneficiariesAged SC, ST, OBC and minority females
YSR Cheyutha Pension Scheme not only gives power to the destitute women but will ensure better living conditions. 

YSR Pension Scheme for Women in AP - Installment & Duration

All the poor and needy women will get financial assistance in 4 equal installments in a time span of 4 years. The annual pension amount would be Rs. 18.750 and would be provided to the women beneficiaries through the corporation.

AP Cheyutha Scheme Details: Overview at a Glance

1) YSR Cheyutha Scheme will directly benefit around 23 lakh women who belong to SC, ST, BC, and minority communities and are in the age group of 45-60 years.
2) Each of the eligible beneficiaries of the YSR Cheyutha Scheme will be paid Rs. 75,000 by the government in four years at the rate of Rs. 18,750 per annum.
3) The beneficiaries will also be extended loans that will be worth three or four times the value of the amount received under YSR Cheyutha with the help of banks in order to establish the business units.
4) With the provided help by the Andhra Pradesh state government, the scheme will help in developing the idea of self-reliance among women from the minority.
5) The beneficiaries will also be extended loans that will be worth three or four times the value of the amount received under YSR Cheyutha with the help of banks in order to establish the business units.
6) With the provided help by the Andhra Pradesh state government, the scheme will help in developing the idea of self-reliance among women from the minority.

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