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09 June 2016
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SEMFEX - I  SCHEME

Introduction:

The aim is to provide financial assistance in liberalised terms to Ex-Servicemen, widows and Disabled Service Personnel through the State Financial Corporations.  The activities covered under the Scheme include Tiny, Small Scale Industries and Small Scale Service (Industry related) Enterprises. 

Project Cost Ceiling:            Rs.15.00 lakhs

Eligibility:

a) Age      - upto 60 years.
b) Should not have any outstanding loans.

Terms of Assistance: 

a)  In case of loan upto Rs.10.00 lakhs

(i)  Promoters’ contribution   -  10%
(ii) Soft Seed Assistance      -  15%
(iii) Term Loan                      -  75%

b)   In case of loans above Rs.10.00 lakhs & upto Rs.15.00 lakhs

(i)  Promoters’ Contribution  - 18.3%
(ii) Soft Seed Assistance     - 15.0 %
(iii) Term Loan                     - 66.7%

c)  Rate of Interest

(i)   Soft Seed Assistance       - 6%
(ii)   Term Loan                       - As per the  directive from RBI from  time to time.

(In case of Transport Projects Soft Seed Assistance is restricted to Gas Tankers, Pay Loaders and Tippers) 

Procedures:

(a)   Registration with Zila Sainik Board.
(b)   Submit applications to Zila Sainik Board.
(c)   Loan sanctioned by Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corpn.
(d)   Details can be obtained from Zila Sainik Board.

Collateral Security:

Collateral Security varies from 30 to 40% depending upon the merit of each case.

SEMFEX - II SCHEME

Introduction:

The Scheme envisages provision of comprehensive package of credit measures for encouraging Ex-Servicemen, widows and Disabled Service Personnel to undertake Agriculture and Allied activities or to set up non-farm units in rural areas.

Eligible Projects:

Farm Sector (Agriculture and Agro processing projects and allied activities), Non-farm Sector (Village, Cottage, Tiny and Small Scale Industries in rural areas), Small Scale Service Establishments and Small Road Transport Operators to carry farm produce/ products of Village industries (upto two vehicles).

Eligibility:

a)     No age restriction;
b)     Should not have any outstanding loans;
c)      Partnership with non-Ex-Servicemen is allowed subject to limitation of 25%;
d)     Project should be in rural area (irrespective of population) and in case of towns population should not exceed 50,000.

Loan amount:

a) Farm Sector - No upper ceiling limit.
b) Non-farm Sector -

(i)  Financial assistance is available for projects upto Rs.15.00 lakhs under the Integrated loan scheme.

(ii)  The Ceiling of Rs.15.00 lakhs will not be applicable in case of units relating to Agro Industries satisfying the limit of SSI, in so far as it relates to investment in plant and machinery

Margin Money: 

(No margin money in case of loan upto Rs.10,000/-)

a)  Farm Sector:

Land based activities: 1. Small Farmer : 5%

2. Medium Farmer :10%

3. Other Farmer :15%

b)     Non-Farm Sector:

Agro processing units:       25%

1. Loan upto Rs.25,000     : Nil
2. The Agro Industries       :12.5%
3. Non-Agro Industries       :25%
4. Small Road Transport    :15%

Soft Loan Assistance:

Soft Loan Assistance for Margin Money is applicable to all farm and     non-farm sector.

Interest:

Rate of interest to be charged by Banks will be as per directives from RBI/ NABARD.

Procedures:

a)  Registration with Zila Sainik Board.
b)  Forward 5 copies of application form with Project Report to Zila Sainik Board.
c)   The loan is sanctioned by the Scheduled Commercial Banks/ State/ District/ Central Co-operative Banks, Regional Rural Banks, Land.

Collateral Security:

There is no security for the Soft Loan under Farm and Non-Farm Sectors.  However, for loan of other types the security depends upon the guidelines issued by RBI/ NABARD from time to time

SEMFEX -III SCHEME

Introduction:

The aim of the scheme is to provide adequate self-employment opportunities to Ex-Servicemen, war widows, Disabled Service Personnel and widows of Ex-Servicemen through promotion and development of Khadi & Village Industries (KVI) in the rural areas.

Eligibility:

a)Ex-Servicemen, widows and disabled Ex-Servicemen are eligible to take up Khadi & Village Industries programmes.  There is no age restriction except that the applicant should not be below 21 years of age.

b)The scheme is operative in villages having population of not more than 20,000.

c)   An affidavit duly notarised, to the effect that the Ex-Serviceman has not taken any benefit from Zila Sainik Board earlier.

Terms of Assistance:

Ex-Servicemen Co-operative institutions/ registered societies and individuals are given loans by Khadi & Village Industries Commission/ Khadi & Village Industries Board.  The loan is also made available under Margin Money Scheme through Banks.  In this case, the interest subsidy is born by the KVIC.

                                    Promoter's contribution                            -  5%
                                    Margin money (Tail end subsidy)              - 30%
                                    Term Loan                                              - 65% 

Liberalised Pattern of Assistance to Ex-Servicemen:

Ex-Servicemen have been given the status of Special Target Group.  Therefore, Liberalised Pattern of Assistance has been made applicable to all the Ex-Servicemen, war widows, widows of Ex-Servicemen and disabled Ex-Servicemen, irrespective of their

income and location of the project.  Besides, Ex-Servicemen will also be accorded preferential treatment in the processing, sanctioning and disbursement of loans.  This assistance will also be extended to registered institutions/ Co-operative Societies which undertake Village Industries programmes. 

a)  Land.  No financial assistance is provided for land.
b)  Promotional Assistance: The KVIC sanction assistance for exhibitions, conferences, seminars and symposia etc.  The expenditure on these is sanctioned as 100% grant.  The annual schedule of such activities is prepared and informed to KVIC in advance by December end of the year.

Rate of Interest:

a)  Interest on loans for Khadi and Polyvastra including Polywool industries advanced by KVIC from its consortium fund is 4% p.a.

b)Loan for all village industries carries a rate of interest of 13% per annum (subject to change).

Repayment Period:

Loan should be repaid in 7 years in equal 28 instalments along with the interest.  The first instalment being due at the end of 12th month

Conditions:

a)  The borrowing institution is required to execute legal documents, i.e., hypothecation deed and/ or mortgage deed covering movable and immovable properties as security.

b)   However, for loans of higher denominations, the State KVIC/ KVIBs require acceptable security through mortgaging of property etc., (created out of the total programme funds meant for a particular project).

Training:

KVIC imparts training through about 46 training centres.  The training would be organised for Ex-Servicemen by concerned ZSB/ RSB in consultation with respective State KVIC/ KVIB. 

BANK LOAN INTEREST SUBSIDY SCHEME (BLISS)

Introduction:

The scheme is called 'Bank Loan Interest Subsidy Scheme' shortly known as BLISS.  Under the scheme 50% of interest payable on loans availed by Ex-Servicemen and their widows from Banks/ Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation, for remunerative business purpose, other than agriculture purpose, will be reimbursed from Amalgamated Fund maintained by the Directorate of Ex-Servicemen's Welfare

100% Interest Subsidy on loans availed by Self Help Group of Ex-Servicemen and their Widows.

Eligibility:

Ex-Servicemen and their widows.

Maximum Loan:

No ceiling.  However, reimbursement of interest will be restricted only to a maximum loan amount of Rs.2.50 lakhs.

In the case of Self Help Group formed by Ex-Servicemen and Widows, re-imbursement of interest will be given to a maximum loan of Rs.7.50 lakhs.

Conditions:

a)Applications to avail the concession should be submitted to the Secretary, Amalgamated Fund, Directorate of Ex-Servicemen's Welfare through the concerned District Offices of Ex-Servicemen's Welfare, before availing the loan.

b)  Reimbursement of 50% of scheduled interest will be made only after prompt repayment of principal due and interest charged for the period of claim by the institutions and any excess interest paid due to delay in repayment of loan instalments will not be taken into account for calculating the reimbursable interest.

c)  Should apply in the prescribed format, along with a certificate of prompt repayment of principal and interest by the Banks, once in a quarter, or as per the periodicity of interest applied by the Banks, but not later than 6 months from the last date of scheduled final repayment prescribed by the Bank.

d)  Failure to repay three consecutive loan instalments to the Bank will entail forfeiture of interest subsidy.

SUBSIDY ON INDUSTRIAL SHED

25% on the cost of Industrial Shed / Plot of Ex-Servicemen, subject  to a maximum of Rs.50,000/-, is sanctioned from Amalgamated Fund.

OIL PRODUCT AGENCIES  (DEFENCE CATEGORY)

(Director General Resettlement, New Delhi Letter   No.1512/DGR/SE-2/OIL/General dated:23.6.97)

Eligible Persons:-

(a)   Widows/ Dependants of Posthumous Gallantry Award Winners
(b)   War Widows/ Dependants
(c)   War disabled (with disability 50% and above)
(d)   Widows/ Dependants of those who died in harness due to attributable causes.
(e)   Disabled in peace with disability 50% and above attributable to the Military Service.

Age on the date of application    : Minimum 21 years and Maximum 60   years.  
Educational Qualification            : Matriculation or equivalent
Income                                      : The gross income of the   applicant should  not
                                                   exceed  Rs.2.00 lakhs per annum.

Residency                                 :  Resident of any district in the State  where agency is located

Employment Opportunities

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EMPLOYMENT

SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT CELL

A Special Employment Cell is functioning in each District Office of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare.  Ex-Servicemen desirous of getting employment are registered trade / qualification-wise in the Cell and are sponsored for the Reserved vacancies in Government/ Public Undertakings.  Secondary Registrations are also done in the District Employment Exchanges by forwarding the duplicate registration cards to them and the Secondary card registration numbers obtained, to sponsor Ex-Servicemen for unreserved vacancies also.

SPONSORING TO PRIVATE EMPLOYERS:

Ex-Service Officers and men qualified in various fields/ trades with vast experience are available for re-employment.  The lists are available at district offices.  Their names are sponsored on request.

An Employment News bulletin is broadcast through All India Radio, Chennai both at short wave and on medium wave on every Saturday at 1840 hours to disseminate various vacancies / concessions meant for Ex-Servicemen and families.

RESERVATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT

Central Government:

(Letter No.39016/7/78-Estt (C) dated:19.5.79)

                        Group ‘C’                     :            10%
                        Group ‘D’                     :            20%

PSUs/ Banks:  

  (Letter No.6(55)/79-BPE (GM-1) dated:13.3.80)

                        Group ‘C’                     :            14.5%
                        Group ‘D’                     :            24.5% 

State Government:

G.O.Ms.No.762, Public (Ex-Servicemen) Department, dt:29.08.2002.

                            Group ‘C’                                   :           5%(G.O.Ms.No.631 Education, dated:9.4.81)

    Group ‘D’           :           10%
    Lascars, Drivers and 
        Watchman in NCC     :           25% 

Forest Department:

(G.O.Ms.No.1130 Forest Fisheries Department, dt:12.8.92)

            Forest Guards                          :      10%
            Forest Watchers                      :        5%

Public Sector Undertakings & Boards:

(G.O.Ms.No.9 Finance (BPE) Department, dt:3.1.90)

Basic Service                  :     10%

Municipal Corporations:

(G.O.Ms.No.961 Municipal Administration & Water Supplies,  dated:29.11.90)

Basic Service                                            :           10%

TEMPLE PROTECTION FORCE

(G.O.Ms.No.1019, Home (Police-4) Department, dated:19.6.1992)

To protect the valuables in temples, Ex-Servicemen are employed as Special Police Officers in the ‘Temple Protection Force’ on consolidated salary basis.

As per G.O.Ms.No.1125, Home (Police-XIV) Department, dt:13.11.2001, Rs.1,500/- is being paid as monthly consolidated salary.

ELECTION BANDOBUST DUTIES

Large number of Ex-Servicemen are mobilised and deployed in Bandobust duties to assist the Police during Elections to Lok Sabha / Assembly / Local Bodies with remuneration.

EMPLOYMENT FOR DEPENDANTS

COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT:

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT:

(Letter No. 14014/6/86-Estt(D), dated:30.6.87)

Compassionate appointment upto two dependants of Service Personnel killed/ disabled in action and to one dependant of Service personnel killed/ disabled in peacetime.

STATE GOVERNMENT:

(G.O.Ms.No.1218 Public (Ex-Servicemen) Dept. dated:3.9.99)

Compassionate appointment to one dependant of Service Personnel killed / disabled in action or died in harness.

PRIORITY FOR DEPENDANTS:

(G.O.Ms.No.1161 Personnel & Administrative Reforms  Department, dated: 22.11.84)

Priority is accorded to one dependant of Ex-Servicemen in the matter of employment through Employment Exchanges.  For this purpose, Priority Certificate is issued by the District Offices of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare, provided, the priority has not been availed by ex-Serviceman himself.

Concessions Offered

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RESERVATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR CHILDREN: 

Course Seats Reserved Remarks

B.E.(General)

B.E. (Anna University)

    (G.O. Ms.No.343, Higher Edn.Dept. dated:24.07.2000 & G.O.Ms.No.198, Higher Edn. (J1) Dept., dt:30.05.2003)

150

Children of  Ex-Servicemen

B.E.(Anna University)

Lateral Entry

    (G.O.Ms.No.228, Higher Education (J1)  Dept., dated:27.05.2004).

15

Children of  Ex-Servicemen

(10% of  81 seats)

M.B.B.S.   (G.O.Ms.No.1142, Health and Family Welfare Dept.  dated 30.6.79 & G.O.Ms.No.198, Higher Education (J1) Dept., dt:30.05.2003.) 2 Children of  Ex-Servicemen

B. Sc Nursing  
B.Pharm

B.P.T
(G.O.Ms.No.549, Health and Family Welfare (MCA -1)Dept.  dated 26.6.2006)


1
1
Children of  Ex-Servicemen
D.Pharmacy            (G.O.Ms.No.1048, Health and Family  Welfare Dept. dated 26.6.85)

Madurai  

Coimbatore

Thanjavur

 

4

2

2

 

Ophthalmic

Assistant (G.O.Ms.No.1754, Health and Family   Welfare Dept. dated 9.9.86)

   
Madurai 2  
Thanjavur 2  

Nursing

   (G.O.Ms.No.2504, Health and Family Welfare Dept.  dated 2.12.64)

60  
Indian Medicine (G.O.Ms.No.72, Indian Medicines and Homeopathic ,  dated:18.9.84 & G.O.Ms.No.198, Higher Edn. (J1) Dept., dt:30.05.2003. 3 Children of Ex-Servicemen

B.Ed.

(G.O.Ms.No.70 Higher Edn. Dept.dt 11.3.98)

(G.O.Ms.No.273 Higher Edn. Dept. dt: 21.9.2001)

2

1

1

 in each Institution

in Annamalai University

in Alagappa University

in Avinasilingam University

B.Ed.(Tamil Asiriyar)     (G.O.Rt.No.43 Higher Edn. Dept. dt:12.2.2001)

1

in Govt.College of Edn. Orathanadu

Teachers’ Training (G.O.ID.No.89, School Edn., (U1) Dept., dt:20.11.2002.)

132

3 in each institution. 

B.Sc.(Agri.) (G.O.Ms.No.9, Food and Agri. Dept. dt. 2.1.64)

6

 

B.E.(Agri.)                (As per instructions in prospectus) Renamed as B.Tech. (Agri. Engg.)

1

 

I.T.I.

   (G.O.Ms.No.994 Labour & Emp. Dept. dt. 30.8.78)

5

in each I.T.I.

Polytechnic

  (G.O.Rt.No.190    Higher Edn. Dept. dt. 15.5.98 & G.O.Ms.No.198, Higher Edn. (J1) Dept., dt:30.05.2003.)

80

Children of   Ex-Servicemen
     

Part Time Polytechnic

   G.O.Ms.No.371, 

   Higher Edn. Dept.  

   dt. 26.7.99)

1

in each Part Time

Polytechnic

College of Art & Crafts

   (G.O.Rt.No.1180,  

   Edn. (TES-2)Dept.  

   dt.17.8.90)

4

 

B.V.Sc.

B.F.Sc.

2

1

(Govt. Lr. No. 10743/AH-6/93-12 Animal Husbandry & Fisheries Dept. dt. 23.3.95)

B.D.S.

(As per instructions in pros-pectus)

1

 

Under Graduate Courses   

  (G.O.Ms.No.281, Higher Edn. Dept.  dt. 26.6.98)

6

in each College

P.G.Courses

 

   (G.O.Ms.No.230 Higher Edn. (G1) Dept.dt.23.7.2001)

2

in each College having 2 Branches

3

in each College having more than 2 Branches

Law (G.O.Ms.No.1920, Edn. Dept. dt. 16.9.80) 

(3/5 Yrs.).

1%

 

Live Stock Inspector    

    (G.O.Rt.No.138 Animal Husbandry  & Fisheries (AH-1) Dept. dt. 24.6.99.

5%

 

Diploma Course in Co-operation

   (Registrar of Co-op Societies, Chennai Proc. No. 80628/ 01/CTI, dt. 5.7.2001)

2%

 

Degree Course   G.O.Ms.No.403 Higher Edn. Dept. dt. 6.9.2000)

5

In Govt./Aided Colleges for dependants of 'Kargil' casualties

B.A., B.L. (Hons.)

(G.O.Ms.No.72, Law (Law Edn.) Dept., dt:11.05.2005.)

1%

In Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Chennai.
B. Pharmacy

(G.O.(D) No.549, Health & Family Welfare (MCA1) Dept., dt:26.06.2006.

1 Seat

 
B.Sc. (Nursing)

(G.O.(D) No.549, Health & Family Welfare (MCA1) Dept., dt:26.06.2006.

1 Seat

 
B. P.T.

(G.O.(D) No.549, Health & Family Welfare (MCA1) Dept., dt:26.06.2006.

1 Seat

 

 AVAILABLE TO EX-SERVICEMEN FROM VARIOUS SOURCES:

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT:

  •        Reservation of jobs in Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ posts.

  •        Age relaxation in employment.

  •        Relaxation of educational qualification in employment.

  •        Compassionate appointments upto two dependants of Service personnel killed/ disabled in action and to one dependant of Service personnel killed/ disabled in peacetime.

  •        Fixation of pay in respect of SSCOs/ ECOs giving weightage according to number of completed years of military service.

  •        Income Tax Exemption for winners of Gallantry Awards of PVC, MVC and VrC., Ashok Chakra, Kirti Chakra, Shaurya Chakra & SM/ NM/ VM under clause 18 of IT Act 1961.

  •        Exemption of examination fee in respect of examinations held by UPSC and SSC.

  •        Allotment of Army Surplus Vehicles.

  •        Allotment of Oil Products Agencies.

  •        Allotment of UTI Agencies.

  •        Air travel concessions to war widows/ recipients of Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra, Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra & Shaurya Chakra.

  •        Free passage to transport the bodies of Officers and men of Armed Forces killed in war/ insurgency operations/ aid to civil power or died in harness by Indian Airlines.

  •        Train travel concessions to war widows/ recipients of Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra, Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra & Shaurya Chakra.

  •        Full concession in installation charges and 50% concession in normal rental charges to Gallantry Award winners, War Widows and disabled soldiers for telephone facilities.

STATE GOVERNMENT:

  •            Reservation of jobs in Group ‘D’ posts. (G.O.Ms.No.9, Finance (BPE) Dept.,dated:03.01.90.

  •        No age limit for appointment in Basic Service. (Govt.Lr.No.51201/53-1, dt:09.11.53, Public (Services) Department.

  •         Relaxation of educational qualification for appointment in basic service. (G.O.Ms.No.2163, Public (Services Department, dated:06.11.68.

  •         Age relaxation for appointment in State Government service.(G.O.Ms.No.998, Personnel & Reforms Department (Per&R), dt:22.09.89).

  •         Compassionate appointment to one dependant of Service personnel killed/ disabled in action or died in harness.(G.O.Ms.No.1218, Public  (Ex-Servicemen) Department, dt:03.09.99.

  •        Fixation of pay ignoring the military pension in respect of JCOs & Ors. (G.O.Ms.No.847, Finance Pension) Department, dt:07.10.83.

  •         Priority for one dependant in the matter of employment through Employment Exchange.

  •         Exemption of examination fees to Ex-Servicemen for recruitment through TNPSC.

  •         Exemption of fees for medical examination for appointment in State Government Service.

  •         Exemption of Court fee on petitions/ applications of Ex-Servicemen to State Government Departments.

  •        Free legal aid.

  •        Preference in grant of License for Stamp Vending.

  •         Free medical facilities in Government Hospitals.

  •         Priority in providing electricity power connection to pump sets.

  •         Priority in the matter of assignment of land/ house site.

  •         Automatic acceptance of equivalence of Military Trade to Civil Trade.

  •        Reservation in the allotment of Houses/ plots/ flats constructed by Tamil Nadu Housing Board.

1 WARDS FOR EX-SERVICEMEN:

12 Bedded Wards have been constructed at 18 Government Hospitals for Ex-Servicemen at Mettupalayam, Dharmapuri, Krishnagiri, Hosur, Dindigul, Palani, Karur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Attur (Salem), Pattukottai (Thanjavur) , Kovilpatti, Tiruvallur, Tiruvannamalai, Polur, Gudiyatham, Villupuram and Srivilliputhur.

ASSISTANCE RENDERED FROM THE TAMIL NADU EX-SERVICES PERSONNEL 

·            Life time Grant of Rs.1000/- p.m. to all World War Veterans and Rs.800/- p.m. to their widows   irrespective of the duration of Service.

·             Book allowance to the children ranging from Rs.500/- to Rs.2500/- per student per annum.

·             Actual education expenses of orphan children.

·            Subsidy of Rs.1,500/- to the daughters and free sewing machines to widows trained in the    Tailoring Units run by the Department.

·             Stipend of Rs.20/- per day for actual days of attendance and Rs.500/- p.m. for raw materials  to the trainees in the Tailoring Units run by the Department.

·            Pocket money of Rs.50/- per day to Ex-Servicemen who are suffering from T.B./ Leprosy/ Cancer and undergoing in-patient treatment in the T.B.Sanatorium/ Leprosarium/ Cancer Institute approved by the Government of Tamil Nadu as well as in the Government General Hospitals/ Rehabilitation Home.

·             Transport charges to T.B./ Leprosy patients of the Sanatorium to visit their homes periodically, i.e., once in a year.

·             Grant towards the purchase of artificial dentures, spectacles and hearing aid apparatus, artificial limbs, surgical boots/ jackets/ crutches or other appliances as recommended by the specialists.

·             Stipend of Rs.900/- p.m. to those undergoing training at Queen Mary’s Technical Institute for disabled soldiers at KirkeePune.

·            Life time Grant of Rs.800/- p.m. to totally blind Ex-Servicemen and Widows provided, they are not in receipt of any assistance from other sources.

·             Life time Grant of Rs.800/- p.m. to those affected by leprosy for Ex-Servicemen and Widows.

·          Life Time Grant of Rs.500/- p.m. to totally blinded / paraplegic dependants of Ex-Servicemen.

·             Life time Grant of Rs.1000/- p.m. to cancer patients Ex-Servicemen and Widows.

·            Life time Grant of Rs.800/- p.m. to paraplegic Ex-Servicemen and Widows.

·             Payment or Grant not exceeding Rs.50,000/- in each case to those who undergo major surgeries, such as, Kidney Transplantation or Open Heart Surgery for non-pensioner Ex-Servicemen.

·            Maintenance Grant of Rs.800/- p.m. to mentally retarded children.

·             Marriage Grant of Rs.8,000/- to only one daughter.

·           Life Time  Monthly Grant of Rs.500/- as relief towards maintenance to those who have not been able to find suitable employment or are not in a position to earn by working.

·            Grant not exceeding Rs.15,000/- for repair of houses damaged due to natural calamities.

·             Reimbursement of House Tax to the recipients of Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra, Vir Chakra, Shaurya Chakra, War Disabled and to the widows who are in receipt of Defence Family Pension for self occupied house.

·           Gift articles worth Rs.1000/- to Leprosy patients on the eve of Deepavali Festival.

·             Grant of Rs.1,000/- per child for coaching to appear in Entrance Examination for Professional Courses and got admitted.

·             Grant of Rs.3,000/- for meeting funeral expenses of Ex-Servicemen.

ASSISTANCE RENDERED FROM THE GAMATED FUND:

·             Reimbursement of 50% of interest payable on loans, upto a maximum loan of Rs.2.50 lakhs, availed from Nationalised Banks/ Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation for self-employment ventures.

·             Subsidy of 25%, subject to a maximum of Rs.50,000/-, on the cost of Industrial Shed/ Plot for venture in Industrial activities.

·             Scholarship/ Stipend for children studying in Technical/ Professional/ Vocational and Computer Courses.

·             Scholarship to children of Defence Personnel killed or disabled in action, studying in Academic, Technical/ Professional/ Vocational courses, beyond Higher Secondary stage.

·             School Uniform and Book Allowance (SUBA) to children of Defence Personnel killed or disabled in action, studying in schools. (I to V Std.: Rs.1000/-; VI to VIII Std.: Rs.1,250/-; IX to XII Std.: Rs.1,500/-).

·             Stipend of Rs.1,000/- p.m. to Ex-Servicemen for Training in Industrial Training Institutes.

·          Stipend of Rs.1,320/- p.m. to the dependants of Ex-Servicemen for training in I.T.I.

·     Stipend of Rs.1,500/-p.m. to the dependants of Ex-Servicemen for Teacher Training Courses.

·     Re-imbursement of 100% of interest on loans, upto a maximum of Rs.7.50 lakhs availed by Self Help Group of Ex-Servicemen and their Widows, for self employment activities.

·             Marriage Grant of Rs.10,000/- to the daughters of Defence Personnel killed or disabled in action.

·             Annual Maintenance Grant of Rs.2,000/- to the next of kin of Defence Personnel killed and to the Personnel disabled in war/ war-like operations for lifetime.

·             Housing Grant of Rs.30,000/- to widows of Defence personnel killed and to the Personnel disabled in action in all conflicts after Independence.

·             Ex-Gratia Grant of Rs.30,000/- to the next of kin of Battle Casualties.

 ASSISTANCES TO BATTLE CASUALTIES: 

GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU:

A)    Monetary Assistances from Kargil Defence Personnel Relief Fund to the Defence/Border Security Force Personnel hailing from Tamil Nadu killed or incapacitated in action against enemy forces / counter -insurgency operations:- 

a) Killed                                        :           Rs.5.00 lakhs
b) Disability:
            - Totally disabled/ double
               amputee/ totally blind    :             Rs.3.00 lakhs
             -Single amputee/
                            one eye blind     :           Rs.1.00 lakh

(G.O.Ms.No.617 Public (Military) Department, dated 02.05.2000)            

 

B)   MONETARY GRANT FROM STATE GOVERNMENT TO KILLED / DISABLED IN OPERATIONS AND WHILE PERFORMING DUTIES IN AID TO CIVIL POWER

a) Killed                                                    :          Rs.5,00,000/-

 

b) Totally disabled, double
               amputee and totally blind             :         Rs.2,00,000/-


c) Single amputee and one eye blind,          :           Rs.1,00,000/-

    deaf, loss of toes, fingers, precluding

    employment     

d) Burns, Gunshot wounds, Battle               :           Rs.   50,000/-

    accidents, multiple compound fracture    

 

(G.O.Ms.No.519, Public (Military) Department, dated: 18.4.2008 & G.O.Ms.No.520, Public (Military) Department, dated: 18.4.2008- BSF)             

C)    Compassionate appointment to one family member in StateGovernment job. 

AMALGAMATED FUND: 

·            Ex-Gratia amount of Rs.30,000/-

·            Annual Maintenance Grant of Rs.2,000/- for lifetime.

·           Housing Grant of Rs.30,000/-

·            Marriage Grant to daughters Rs.10,000/-

·            Sanction of Scholarships for Professional/ Technical/ Vocational and Academic courses beyond Higher Secondary to children of the deceased.

·     School Uniform and Book Allowance to children of the killed/ disabled in war.

 GRANTS TO GALLANTRY/ DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDEES:

MONETARY GRANTS TO THE DEFENCE SERVICE PERSONNEL HAILING FROM TAMIL NADU FOR GALLANTRY/  SERVICE AWARDS 

 

  Cash Grant 
Rs.

Cash in lieuof land
Rs.

Annuity 
Rs.

1.   

Param Vir Chakra

22,500

1,50,000

1,000

2.   

Ashok Chakra

20,000

1,25,000

800

3.   

Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal

17,000

-

-

4.   

Param Vishisht Seva Medal

15,000

-

-

5.   

Maha Vir Chakra

15,000

1,00,000

750

6.   

Kirti Chakra

12,000

75,000

500

7.   

Uttam Yudh Seva Medal

10,000

-

-

8.   

Ati Vishisht Seva Medal

7,000

-

-

9.   

Vir Chakra

7,000

50,000

300

10. 

Shaurya Chakra

5,000

40,000

250

11. 

Yudh Seva Medal

4,000

-

-

12. 

Sena/Nao Sena/Vayu Sena Medal

3,000

-

-

13. 

Vishisht Seva Medal

3,000

-

-

14. 

Mention-in-Despatches

2,000

-

-

15. 

Territorial Army Decoration (for Officers)

3,000

-

-

       

Territorial Army Medal (ORs)

2,000

-

-

 Cash Grant            :  G.O.Ms.No.895 Public (Military) Department,dt:15.8.92.

Cash in lieu of Land : G.O.Ms.No.1253 Public (Military) Department,dt:31.10.01.

Annuity: G.O.Ms.No.309 Public (Military) Department,dt:12.3.99.

TRAINING:

RESETTLEMENT TRAINING:

Resettlement training in various trades are conducted for ex-Servicemen to help them in re-employment/ self-employment ventures.

TAILORING TRAINING:

The women dependants of Service / Ex-Service Personnel are given training in the Tailoring Units run by the Department of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare in its District Offices to enable them to learn tailoring and thereby supplement their families’ income.  Stipend and raw materials are provided to such trainees from out of Tamil Nadu Ex-Services Personnel Benevolent Fund.  Subsidy of Rs.1,500/- to the daughters for purchase of sewing machine and free sewing machines is given to widows, trained in the Tailoring Units run by the Department.   The Directorate of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare has made tie-up arrangements with the Directorate of Social Welfare for stitching of uniforms under the Noon Meal Scheme.

GOs of Public Interest

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GOs of Public Interest

G.O. No., &  Date

Subject

G.O.Ms.No.42,
16th January 1970

Vesting Order and Scheme relating to Post War Services Reconstruction Fund and Special Fund for Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of Ex-Servicemen.

G.O.Ms.No. 1083 
Dated: 18.12.1976

PUBLIC SERVICES – Posts outside the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission – Recruitment of Sons / Unmarried Daughters / Widows of Defence Personnel killed / disabled in action or died in harness procedure of recruitment through Employment Exchange – Relaxation – Orders – Issued.

G.O. Ms.No.188 
Dated: 28th December 1976

PUBLIC SERVICES - Recruitment through Employment Exchanges - Order of priority - Revised Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1142 
Dated:30.06.79

Medical Education – Admission to 1st Year Integrated MBBS Course Reservation of seats for the children of ex-deceased serving Defence personnel – Orders Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.631 
Dated: 09.04.1981

NCC - Reservation of higher percentage of vacancies in the posts of Lascar, Driver and Watchman in the NCC Department for Ex-Servicemen – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.831 
Dated: 4.5.1981

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Service Rules – Post of Joint Director of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare and Assistant Director of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare –Special Rules – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1251
Dated:09.07.81

Medical Education – D.Pharmacy course Reservation of seats in D.Pharmacy course for the children of Ex-servicemen / deceased / Serving personnel – Ordered.

G.O.Ms.No.1211, 
Dated:17.08.1981

ABSTRACT : Industries – Industrial Estates and Developed plot – Estates - Allotment of sheds / plots – Reservation for Ex-Servicemen – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 988 
Dated: 22.09.1981

Public Services – Demobilised Defence Forces Personnel – Re-employment concessions – Limit – Raised – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 1130 
Dated: 12.08.1982

Forests - Establishment – Welfare of Ex-Servicemen – Reservation of vacancies for Ex-Servicemen for appointment as Forest Guard / Forest Watcher in the Forest Department Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms. No.110 
Dated: 24.1.1983

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu Ex-servicemen’s Welfare Service – Temporary post of Deputy Director of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Adhoc Rules – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 957 
Dated: 6.6.1984

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu General Subordinate Service – Temporary posts of Welfare Organisers in the Department of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare – Adhoc Rules – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.72 
Dated the 18 September 1984

Indian Medicine – Degree / Diploma Courses in Indian Systems of Medicines – Reservation of seats for children of ex /Deceased / Serving defence personnel of Tamil Nadu Origin – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 1161 
Dated: 22.11.1984

Public Services – Recruitment through Employment Exchange – Priority for one dependant of Ex-Servicemen – Orders issued in G.O.Ms.No.605, Personnel and Administrative Reforms (Personnel.R) Department, dated 21.05.79 – Amendments – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1754, 
Dated: 09.09.1986

Para Medical Education – Ophthalmic Assistance Course – Reservation of seats Ophthalmic Assistant Course for the children of Ex-Servicemen / Deceased / Defence Service Personnel – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.250 
Dated: 20.2.1987

ESTABLISHMENT – Department of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Reposition of existing posts of Deputy Directors of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare in District Offices / Directorate Proposal – Approved – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.375
Dated: 5/3/1987

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu Ex-servicemen’s welfare Service-Temporary post of Additional Director of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare – Adhoc Rules – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.938 
Dated 22-6-1987

EX-SERVICEMEN'S WELFARE - Bye-Laws for Administration of Tamil Nadu Ex-services Personnel Benevolent Fund - Fresh Rules - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.616 
Dated: 6 July 1987

Public Services - Reservation of vacancies for Ex-Servicemen in Tamil Nadu Basic Services made permanent - Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.393 
Dated:03.03.1988

Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Definition of Ex-Servicemen - Adopted on various periods – Consolidated orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.791
Dated:13.05.1988

Welfare of Ex-Servicemen – Special Monitoring Cell under Chairmanship of the Chief Secretary to Government for keeping Vigilance and oversee proper utilization of all reservations made for Ex-Servicemen and their dependents to various fields – Reconstituted – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.868 
Dated:01.06.1988

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu General Subordinate Services Special Rules for the post of Driver, Department of Exservicemen’s Welfare – Rules amended.

G.O.Ms.No.1395, dt:03.08.1989

Welfare of Ex-Servicemen - Extension of Medical facilities to Ex-Servicemen pensioners in Government Institutions.

G.O.Ms.No. 474 
Dated 9 June 1989

Loans and advances – House Building Advance – Counting of past services of Ex.servicemen re-employed under Tamil Nadu Government for purpose of eligibility for advance – Orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1341 
Dated: 14.8.1989

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu General Subordinate Service – Class LXXX – Post of Driver – Department of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare – Amendment to Special Rules – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 9 
Dated: 3 January 1990

State Public Sector Undertakings / Boards – Reservation of Vacancies for Ex-Servicemen in Tamil Nadu Basic Service made permanent – Extension of orders to State Public Sector Undertakings / Boards – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 961 
Dated: 29.11.1990

Establishment – Corporation of Madras, Madurai and Coimbatore – Reservation of 10% vacancies permanently for Ex-Servicemen in the Last Grade Service – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1019 
Dated: 19.06.1992

Police – Constitution of Temple Protection Force to protect valuables in Temples throughout Tamil Nadu – Ordered.

G.O.Ms.No. 895 
Dated: 15.8.1992

Military – Monetary Grants to recipients of Gallantry / Distinguished service Awards – sanctioned – Revised Orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No.268
Dated:16.03.93

Technical Education – Planning and Development – Polytechnics – Ex-Servicemen – Reservation of 5 seats for the Ex-Servicemen in the part-time Diploma Courses.

G.O.Ms.No.961
Dated 03.12.1993

Housing - TNHB - plots developed by the Tamil Nadu Housing Board and flats/houses constructed by the Tamil Nadu Housing Board and Reservation of allotments - Revised orders - Issued.

G.O. Ms. No. 120 
Dated:26.06.1995

Public Services – Scheme of compassionate ground appointments – modifications – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 164 
Dated: 22.08.1995

PUBLIC SERVICES – Compassionate ground appointments – Recruitment of Sons / Unmarried daughters / Widows of Defence Personnel killed / disabled in action or died in harness to the posts within the purview of the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission – Procedure of recruitment through Employment Exchange / Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission – Relaxation orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No:578 Dated:05.06.96

Welfare of Ex-Servicemen - Serving Soldiers killed in action - Physical and Battle Casualties - Definitions - Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.324 
Dated: 2 September 96

PUBLIC SERVICES – Subordinate Services - Tamil Nadu General Subordinate Services (Class-XXII) Amendments to Rule 2(b) of the Special Rules to the Tamil Nadu General Subordinate Service – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.398 
Dated:4.4.1997

ELECTIONS – General Elections to Lok Sabha and Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly – Payment of exgratia compensation to the families of Non-Government employees who die while on Election bandobust duty – Orders Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.694,
Dated:28.04.98.

Ex-Servicemen – Conducting "Ex-Servicemen Grievances Day" once in a quarter by the District Collectors – Instructions issued.

G.O.Ms.No.2036 
Dated: 30.12.98

Public Services - Tamil Nadu General Sub-ordinate Service - Temporary posts of Welfare Organisers in the Department of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare – Adhoc Rules - Amendment - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 2037
Dated: 30.12.98

Public Services – Tamil Nadu Ex-Servicemen-servicemen’s Welfare Service Rules – Posts of Assistant Directors in the Department of Ex servicemen’s Welfare – Special Rules – Amended.

G.O.Ms.N. 309 
Dated 12.3.1999

Military – Sanction of annuity to recipients of Gallantry awards – Hailing from Tamil Nadu - 0rders issued.

G.O.Ms.No.106 
Dated:11.06.99

QUALIFICATION – Equivalence of Military Trade to Civil Trade as published in Government of India – Automatic Recognition for the purpose of employment in Public Services – Orders – Issued.

G.O. Ms.No. 1218
Dt: 3.9.1999.

Public Services - Compassionate appointment - Recruitment of Disabled Defence Personnel/sons/unmarried daughters/widows of Defence Personnel killed/disabled in action or died in harness to the posts within the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission/Outside the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission - Procedure of recruitment through Employment Exchange - Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission - relaxation - Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.617 
Dated 2.5.2000

Military – Payment of Ex.gratia to the families of serving defence / Border Security Force Personnel killed / disabled in action against the enemy forces / counter insurgency operations and extension of compassionate appointment to next of kind of such BSF personnel – orders – issued.

G.O. (Ms) No. 834 
Dated:10.9.2001

Recruitment - Tamil Nadu uniformed Services Recruitment Board - Recruitment of Police personnel to the Post of Grade II Police Constable (Men/Women) and Sub-Inspector of Police (Men/Women) - Change of recruitment procedure Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1125 
Dated:13.11.2001

Temple Protection Force – Enhancement of monthly consolidated pay to the personnel of Temple Protection Force from Rs.1,435/- to Rs.1,500/- Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No 1253 
Dated: 31.10.2001

Military – Gallantry Awards – Cash in lieu of land to the 6 Gallantry awards for the Gallantry award winners / legal heirs from Tamil Nadu ordered.

G.O.Ms.No. 1389
Dated: 20 December
2001

Public (Military) Department – Enhancement of War Service- Incentive to the parents who had sent their sons / daughters to the Armed Forces – ordered.

G.O.Ms.No.1396 
Dated:21.12.2001

ELECTIONS – General Elections / Bye-elections - Payment of ex-gratia compensation to the Government and Non-Government employees who are injured while on Election duty – Orders Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.31,
Dated:31.01.2002

Technical Education – Reservation of seats to the children of Ex/deceased / serving Defense  Personnel in Engineering, Polytechnic etc. – Issue of eligibility certificate to the wards Serving Defense Personnel Personnel – Instructions – Issued.

G.O.Ms. No. 762
Dated:29 August 
2002

PUBLIC SERVICES – Reservation of 5% of vacancies for Ex-Servicemen in Group ‘C’ posts in State Government Service – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 900 
Dated: 04.10.2002

Defence Personnel hailing from Tamil Nadu – Sanction of Monetary grant to the Defence Personnel killed / Disabled in operations and while performing duties in aid to the civil power – Enhancement of monetary grants – orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 901 
Dated: 04.10.2002

BSF Personnel - Sanction of Monetary grant to the BSF Personnel hailing from Tamil Nadu killed / Disabled in operations and while performing duties in aid to the civil power – Enhancement of monetary grants – orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1110 
Dated:10.12.2002

Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Definition of Ex-Servicemen adopted during various periods – Consolidated Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.198 
Dated:30.05.2003

Higher Education – Technical Education – Special Reservations in Technical Institution for the year 2003-2004 – Judgment of the Hon’ble High Court of Madras in W.A.No.3221 of 2002 and W.A.M.P.No.5348 of 2002 etc. - Orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No.251
Dated: 04.07.2003

Law Department – Legal Studies – Special Reservations in the Law Colleges for the year 2003-2004 – Judgment of the Hon’ble High Court of Madras in W.A.No.3221 of 2002 and W.A.M.P.No.5348 of 2002 etc. – orders – issued.

G.O.Ms.No.108 
Dated: 18.5.2004

Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board – Revision of rent for Commercial buildings of Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board at 5% per annum form the present 10% per annum – Reduction of rent for First Floor of Commercial Complex of Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board by 10% as compared to the rent of the Ground Floor – orders issued.

G.O.Ms.No.228
Dated: 27.05.2004

Technical Education – Admission to direct second year B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Courses under Lateral Entry Scheme – Special reservation in Technical Institutions – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.414 
Dated:15.04.2005.

Ex-Servicemen – Guidelines for mobilization of Ex-Servicemen for Election bandobust duties with State Police Personnel – Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 164 
Dated: 22.08.2005

Ex-Servicemen – Welfare of Ex-Servicemen – Provision of appointment on Compassionate grounds to next of kin of Defence Personnel killed in action / Battle Casualties as a Special case by relaxing the ban orders for Compassionate appointment – Orders – Issued.

G.O.(D) No.549
Dated: 26.06.2006

Medical Education – Admission of candidates to Para Medical Courses 2006-2007 Session – Draft Policy / Prospectus Approved.

G.O.Ms.No.743 
Dated: 28.07.2006

Amalgamated funds – Contribution to Amalgamated Tamil Nadu Shares of Post War Services Reconstruction Fund and Special funds for reconstruction and rehabilitation of Ex–servicemen for 2005-2006 – Expenditure of Rs.7.52 lakhs Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.

G.O.Rt.No.3088 
Dated: 28.07.2006

Welfare of Ex-Servicemen – Amalgamated Fund for Ex–Servicemen – Pre-Cum- Post Release Training Scheme for Service Personnel – Expenditure incurred towards stipend paid for Ex-Servicemen during 2005-2006 – Grant from Government – Sanctioned

G.O.Ms.No.991 
Dated: 15.09.2006

Committee - Committee for Administration of Amalgamated Fund for Ex-Servicemen – Nomination of Members and Non-Official Members – Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No.1407 
Dated : 1.12.2006

Amalgamated funds – Contribution to Amalgamated Tamil Nadu Shares of Post War. Services Reconstruction Fund and Special Funds for reconstruction and Rehabilitation of Ex-Servicemen for 2005-2006 – Expenditure of Rs.18,000/- - Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.

G.O. (Ms.) No. 102 
Dated: 18.06.2007

Elections – Local Body Elections – Payment of ex-gratia compensation to the Government and Non-Government employee who die or injured while on election duty – Orders – Issued.

G.O. (Ms) No. 65 
Dated: 30.03.2007

Employment Exchanges – Filling up of vacancies – Fixation of ratio for sponsoring candidates from the Employment Exchanges – Orders - Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 18 
Dated: 22.01.2007

PUBLIC SERVICES – Tamil Nadu State and Subordinate Services – Rule of Reservation – Reservation of 5% of vacancies for Ex-Servicemen in Group ‘C’ posts in State Government Service – Ordered – Amendment to Rule 22 of the General Rules – Issued.

Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare – Bye-Laws for Administration of Tamil Nadu Ex-Services Personnel Benevolent Fund – Appointment of Additional Secretary to Government, Finance Department as Co-Opted Member in the Financial Sub-Committee for Administration of Tamil Nadu Ex-Services Personnel Benevolent Fund – Orders – Issued.

Temple Protection Force – Enhancement of monthly consolidated pay to the personnel of Temple Protection Force from Rs.1,500/- to Rs.5,000/- - Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.

Public Services – Compassionate appointment – Recruitment of Disabled Defence Personnel/sons/unmarried daughters/widows of Defence Personnel killed/disabled in action or died in harness to the posts within the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission / Outside the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission – Procedure of recruitment through Employment Exchange – Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission – Relaxation – Ordered – Amendment – Issued.

Military - Monetary Grants and the Annuity to the recipients of Gallantry Awrds merged and Cash grant to the recipients of Distinguished Service Medals - Enhanced rates - Sanctioned - Orders - Issued.

 

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