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Kendriya Sainik Board:
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY THE KSB THROUGH AFFDF/RMDF/DMACP
Financial Assistance from Armed Forces Flag Day Fund
16. Grant for Construction/Repair of Houses. 50 percent of the grant, paid to War Widows, War Disabled by the State Govts for construction/repair of houses is reimbursed by the KSB subject to a maximum of Rs.10,000/-(KSB letter No.105-SB(7)/EC/91/KSB/D dated 16 Nov 92).
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Grant for Marriage of Daughters of War Widow/War Disabled. Kendriya Sainik Board gives a grant of Rs.8,000/- for the marriage of daughters of a war widow or war disabled ex-Servicemen whose disability is more than 50 percent.

 
  Financial Assistance from Raksha Mantriís Discretionary Fund (RMDF)

The following cases of financial assistance from RMDF are considered by KSB:
 
Assistance to old infirm ex-Servicemen/widows of ESM Rs 1000/- p.m. fortwo years.
Marriage of daughters of ex-Servicemen/widows in penury Rs 8,000/-.
Repair of house for ESM/ Widows in penury. Widows in penury. Rs 10,000/-
Medical treatment Depending on the nature and gravity of ailment subject to a maximum of Rs 15,000/-.
Education of children of ESM/widows in penury Rs 100/- p.m. per child for ESM/widows in penury max of three children upto XII class.
Other cases in respect of - ESM/widows in penury. (like to exceed natural calamities, death or where RM/RRM feels that the case deserves sympathetic consideration) No single transaction accidental Rs 15, 000/-
 
Defence Ministerís Appellate Committee on Pensions (DMACP)
19. Cases where family pension claims have been rejected or where disability is neither attributable nor aggravated by military service are given the following types of grants by the DMACP:
 
  1. Educational allowance of Rs 25/-p.m. upto three children of ex-Servicemen who were enrolled prior to 01 Jan 85. For personnel enrolled on or after 01 Jan 85, the grant is admissible to only two children. The maximum amount of educational grant is, however, restricted to Rs. 3,000/-.
  2. A lump-sum grant upto Rs. 2,000/- to aged parents of the deceased ex-Servicemen.
  3. Cost of sewing machine to the wife of deceased/ disabled ex-Servicemen.
  4. A one time grant of Rs-1,000/- for daughter's marriage.
20. Appeals for financial assistance on rejection of pension claims should be made to the Defence Minister's Appellate Committee on pension within six months of rejection of the claim. The appeals are considered by the Committee based on merits of each case and the financial assistance granted which is, subsequently, paid by the Kendriya Sainik Board through the concerned Rajya/Zila Sainik Board.
21. Tool Kit for ex-Servicemen Technicians. Out of Armed Forces Flag Day Fund, tool kits are provided, amount not exceeding Rs. 2,000/-.
22. Reimbursement of Interest by way of subsidy on loan taken from Bank for construction of House to war bereaved, war disabled and attributable peace time casualties and their dependents. There is a scheme for re-imbursement of interest subsidy on loan taken from Banks by war bereaved, war disabled, attributable peace time casualties and their dependents for construction of houses.