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Kendriya Sainik Board:
CONCESSIONS AND BENEFITS EXTENDED BY STATE GOVTS/UTs TO RETIRED AND SERVING DEFENCE PERSONNEL
KARNATAKA
Concessions & Benefits : General
1. 10 percent of the house-sites and houses are reserved for allotment by all Urban Development authority for serving personnel/ex-Servicemen and families of jawans killed in action.
2. 2.5 percent of available seats in Polytechnics & 20 seats in TCH and 15 seats in B.Ed are reserved for the children of serving and ex-service personnel in addition 70 and 50 seats each ( total 120) in favour of children of serving and ex-Servicemen are reserved in Engg Courses. 6 seats in MBBS, 2 seats in BDS are reserved for serving and ex-Servicemen respectively. 2.5 percent in Agricultural colleges and ITIs are also reserved for the wards of ex-Servicemen. Children of only those who at the time of joining Armed Forces have given any place in the present Karnataka as their permanent address, are eligible to avail this facility.
3. Scholarship grant to the children of JCOs/NCOs/Ors and children of battle casualties.
4. Seven Sainik Rest Houses have been set up in Karnataka. (Appendix ‘C’)
5. War veterans/widows paid honorarium of Rs. 500/- p.m.
6. War Jagir allowance is given to the parents whose one child/children are in the Army @ 450/- for one child, @ Rs. 600/- for two children and @ 750/- for three children.
7. Stipend @ Rs. 250/- p.m. to ex-Servicemen, War widows and their children trainees in ITIs.
8. 10 percent reservation in each of the Groups ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ posts.
9. Cash grant to Gallantry Award Winners.(Appendix ‘E’)
10. Wives of military pensioners or minor children are given Rs. 1500/- as one time ‘Death Relief Grant’ at the time of death of pensioner.
11. ex-Servicemen/dependents patients transferred for one military hospital to another military/civil hospitals are given travel expenses maximum upto Rs. 1,000/-.
12. Reimbursement of cost of spectacles, hearing aids etc, ranging from Rs. 400/- to Rs. 3,000/-
13. Subsidy upto a maximum of Rs. 1,000/- for purchase of sewing machine to widows/unmarried daughter of ex-Servicemen.
14. Spot financial assistance to ex-Servicemen/dependents who are in indigent circumstances upto Rs. 1,000/-.
15. Annual relief grant to ex-Servicemen/dependent in penury Rs. 1,200/-
16. Special provision exists in the Rent Control act and land Reforms act for ex-Servicemen.
17. Free medical treatment in Government hospitals.
18. Benefits of pay fixation/protection, counting of military service, addition to the qualifying service subject to a maximum of 08 years and subject to other condition where ex-Servicemen are re-employed in State civil Service.
19. Relaxation of age limit for ex-Servicemen for civil employment to the extent of number of years of military service plus three years.
20. Honorarium to distinguished students in public examination for 2 students in each districts ranging from Rs. 300/- to 750/-.
21. Computer and Tailoring training to children of ex-Servicemen at concessional rate.
22. State Government scholarship to the Karnataka Cadets of RIM C and NDA.
23. Retired officers transit home at Bangalore.
24. Girls hostel at Dharwad and Boys hostel lat Athand, Belgaum and Karwar.
War Widows/Dependents Of Those Killed/Disabled In War Including Casualties Of Op Pawan & Meghdoot
25. Ex-gratia grant -war widow – Rs. 2,00,000/- and Wounded/missing – Rs. 50,000/-.
26. Marriage Grant for each daughter Rs. 4,000/-.
27. Honorarium to war widows of prior to 01 Nov 78 – Rs. 500/-p.m.
28. Two acres of wet of four acres of rainfed or eight acres of dry land are given to the families of service personnel killed in action free of cost. If land is not available for allotment, a cash grant of Rs. 25,000/- to the war widows.
29. House for officers and other ranks built on site measuring 60’ X 40’ and 30’ X 40’ respectively.
30. House repair grant of Rs. 20,000/-.
31. Upto two members of the family of the battle casualty are provided employment with in the quota reserved for ex-Servicemen on priority 2A.
32. Education Concession to the children of post 1984 battle Casualties at par with Central Govt i.e. complete Tuition Fee, Hostel Charges, cost of Uniform & Books and Stationery.
Op Vijay
33. Ex-gratia grant of Rs. 2 Lacs
34. Free built house.
35. Land grant or cash grant of Rs. 25,000/-.
36. Educational concession to the children
*Note- Details may be obtained from Kendriya Sainik Board.
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