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Silcharé OBC hostel'go ona thokta? Part II

Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur Sewashramé OBC hostel ago ona thok,  ehan kii ami Bishnupriya Manipuri é cheyarta? (Part II) Read Part I
By Rebati Mohan Sinha

Q. OBC hostel pradeshé pradeshé Kendriya Sarkar'e kia derta?

Ans. The scheme aims at providing hostel facilities to students belonging to socially and educationally backward classes, especially from rural areas to enable   them to pursue secondary and higher education.

Q. Who are eligible for accommodation in the hostel?
Ans. Students whose castes are included in Central/State/UT list of OBC and who do not belong to creamy layer.
Q. What is the funding pattern under the scheme of construction of hostel for OBC Boys and Girls?
Ans. Under the scheme following funding pattern has been envisaged :
(b) State Govt. in North East 10% share and 90% Central share for construction of OBC hostels.

The sharing pattern applies to the cost as approved at the time of sanction of Central Assistance. Central Govt. will not bear any extra cost due to any subsequent  escalation and such extra cost will have to be borne entirely by the recipient Agency ie State Govt.

Responsibility of implementing Agencies(States) by way of Maintenance and Management of hostels :(i) The entire expenditure on procurement of land, staffing(warden, cooks and chowkidar etc) and other maintenance(including building) and day to day expenditure shall be borne by the implementing agency's(State's) concern.

BMDC'r Chaiman giroke Face Booké sadasya'r onek prashnor jobab dite gia gireke maateseta :

Q. 1. Ashram'e shilanyas'r folok'got OBC hostel for Boys and Girls lekhani'r karon?
A.    Central Scheme ehan OBC hostelórka, BM hostel'gorka na'goi.
Q.2. Ebaka'te kihan korani?
A. Name board'hanat( folok'han)naang'han bodlani oitoi, tobe Sarkar'r niyom onujayee( as per Govt. norms)               
Q.3. Sarkar'r niyom-kanoon'te kisade'ta?( what is the Govt.s norm?)
A.    Board'hanat( folok'hanat) naag'han na'bodlei'lou choltoi.( Ans. irrelivent)                
Q.4. Kiyate Ashram'hanar folok'han bagia nua'kore BM hostel for Boys and Girls  likhani ose?
A    Uttor'han ebakau na'pasi.(The answer is still awaited)
Q.5. Assam'r Tinsukiar, Guwahatir OBC hostel'r thikana documenté hoba'kore ikora aase, Ashram'r belai kia neita?
A. Silchar bullei choltoi.( Ashram'r naang'han peya thana thok nei?)
Chairman giroké Face booké ehanóu elan koresil, OBC hostel egor kuno kaamé BMDC nei :
a) hostel'gor drawing'han Govt'r'han.
b) hostel'go honkoranir bhar'hanóu Govt'r Housing Board'rang.
c)  Building'r contract'hanóu sakaré issue korese..
d) Work Order'han issue koresetaú Housing Boardé.

BMDC'rang obosyo Work commencement'r Order'r copy ahan  dena ose bulia hunlaang.(only for information)

Sewashram'r rupa prai 50 lakh'r B'han committeeé Assam Sarkaróre hostel'gorka dite,  sarkar'r kuno documenté(dolil) naang'han peyaú neióni, ehante kii kothahan?

'Rupa 2.49 kutir prakalpa ahan Ashram'r chouhadda'gor bhitore oya jitega, committee'r dwayitto neoni! BM samaj kisade  yakortaita, nijor uthané aya manué kaam koria jitega ami kittáhan maate nuartangai? Orthat contractor'goi jehan mon ouhan koria gelegaóu maatil adhikar committee'rang neióitoi.

BMDC'r e'scheme ehan ananir sujuk Assam Govt're dia Bishnupriya Manipurir, bishesh koria Sewashram'r kihan labh'han oilta? BMDC'r Chaiman'goi BM samajé ania ahese 2.49 koti rupa Ashram committee'r manue deklata? Kendriya Sarkaré Shilanyas'r porei nei-nei bulleóu prai 2 koti taka building'r nirman kam'rka Assam Sarkaróre dia thaibo!   

(Manner of release of central Assistance- Construction of Hostel building in one instalment) ie Assam Govt. has received total amount for construction at a one go.

Samaj'r manu, bishesh koria BMDC'r  koi'goi rupa eta dekh'lago? Mor epeit karem koria matani orta, Rupai daang'r han na'goi, scheme ahan sushtha'bhabé complete onaóuhan daangor'han.

Loiói'tega Sewashram'r podadhikari're prashna ahan …Sewashram e'prakalpa éhanor'ka B'han dia ki'bhabé labhaban oitoita?


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