Ketugram-I development block


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The Backward Classes Welfare Department executes a good number of educational schemes aimed at spreading education among the SC and OBC in the State. While there is participation of the Government of India in Post-Matric Scholarship schemes for SC and OBC and Pre-Matric Scholarship for OBC and some special schemes like CS Pre-matric IX & X SC, Centrally Sponsored Pre-Matric Scholarship to the children of those engaged in Unclean Occupation and Up gradation of Merit for Students reading in Classes IX to XII, all other schemes at Pre-Matric level are funded exclusively by the State Government. Details of educational schemes executed by the BCW Department are as follows: -

Students Welfare

Free studentship is granted to the needy students on the basis of merit and attendance. For the purpose applications should reach the Head Master within the stipulated time following notification in this regard put up in the School notice board.


Students Identity Card

Each student is required to collect Identity Card duly signed by the Principal of the School to prove himself/herself a bonafied member of the School and any student of the School has to produce Identity Card when asked by the Head Master. Identity Card must be renewed every year.


Students Health Home

All students of the School are required to take membership of the Students Health Home which extend all types of medical facilities to the students.



The staff of the Sishuniketan help the students to avail the various scholarships from Govt.departments like B.C.W., Labour Welfare, WBMFDC, OASIS etc. and private concerns like Zindal etc. by providing information etc.



A new scheme named "Sikshashree" have been launcher for SC Day scholars studying In classes V to VIII implementation during 2014-15 by merging the existing schemes of Book Grant, Maintenance Grant. The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to improve their partici­pation in Pre-matric stages and minimize the incidence of drop-out. There is a ceiling of annual family income not exceeding 2.5 lakh. The class wise rates of such grant paid through Bank Account only are given below.





Rs. 500/- p.a.


Rs. 650/- p.a.


Rs. 700/- p.a.


Rs. 800/- p.a.