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Dr. P.G. Solanki Doctor and Lawyer Loan / Assistance and Loan Scheme

Dr. P.G. Solanki Doctor and Lawyer Loan / Assistance and Loan Scheme

Who benefits?

Loans and assistance are given to the graduates of Scheduled Caste Law to start an independent profession of advocacy as well as medical graduates to start an independent clinic.

Under this scheme income limit for urban area is Rs.1,50,000 / - and for rural area 1,20,000 / -.

Stipends are provided for advocacy training for SC law graduates.

There is a provision to pay stipend to the beneficiary lawyer for three years and allowance for training the senior lawyer.

Where to get benefits

• Deputy Director, Office of Scheduled Caste Welfare, Rajkot.

How much benefit.

Rs.7000 / - loan (at 4% interest rate) and Rs.5000 / - assistance for glass graduates Total Rs. 12,000 / - is given.

While medical graduates are given Rs.25,000 / - assistance and Rs.2,50,000 / - loan.

Loan assistance of Rs. 3,50,000 / - is available to medical post graduates for business in which there is no income limit.

As well as lawyers are paid a stipend of Rs.1000 / - in the first year, Rs.800 / - in the second year and Rs.600 / - in the third year. In addition, Rs.500 / - assistance is paid to the trained senior lawyer.

Official Website : Dr. P.G. Solanki Doctor and Lawyer Loan / Assistance and Loan Scheme

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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