There are more than 5 lac people who haven’t received their aadhar card even after waiting for a long time. No official was present in the district to listen to the problems of the people. On the other hand special camps are being set up at various schools where Direct Benefit scheme is carried out and moreover bank accounts of the people are also opened up. More and more people are showing their interest for getting their unique identities whereas the process of preparation of aadhaar is at a very slow pace.
There are more than 11.5 lac aadhaar enrollments done in the district out of which only 8 lac have received their aadhar cards and remaining 5 lac are waiting to get their cards delivered. The administration has already setup enrollment camps in various schools which were started from July 5 and will continue till September 8. There are approximate 1.2 lac students who come under the category of ST, SC and OBC who will get scholarship under DBT scheme till October 31.
The students of Bhopal who are studying in middle school, high school and senior secondary schools will soon get their aadhaar cards. The Education department will help in making all these aadhar cards. For the enrollment of students, camps will be setted up in the different schools in remote areas. The education officer of the district Mr. CM Upadhyay made this decision during his meeting with the principals. The students of the schools who haven’t received their aadhar cards will send the proposals to the DEO and special enrollment camps will be setted up for their enrollment process to begin after 15th July.
The students from class 7th to 10th will receive their scholarship In Dumka district of Jharkhand in their bank accounts directly. A workshop was also conducted by the education department at government +2 girls college. There were many representatives present from different banks who told that all the students who are getting scholarships need to get their aadhar cards linked with their bank accounts and the money will be directly credited in their bank accounts only. 78% of the people have been delivered with their aadhaar cards till date.
Aadhaar based Direct Benefit Transfer scheme has been rolled out in many states of country but the people living in Jammu and Kashmir might have to wait a little bit longer as most of the people haven’t received their aadhar cards yet. Firstly a very less number of people are being enrolled for aadhaar and secondly there are very less banking facilities in the state which are becoming a barrier in implementation of Direct Benefit Scheme.