Question: How to claim beneficiaries?
Answer: Originally, all pregnant women of 19 years of age and above were eligible for conditional cash transfer benefits of ₹4,000 (US$60) to paid in three installments, except those who receive paid maternity leave. After the implementation of National Food Security Act the amount has been revised to ₹6,000 (US$89) to be paid in two installments of ₹3,000 (US$45) each. The cash transfers under the Scheme are subject to the following conditions: The first transfer (at the end of second birth / pregnancy itrimester) of ₹3,000 (US$45) requires the mother to: Register pregnancy at the Anganwadi centre (AWC) within four months of conception Attend at least one prenatal care session and taking Iron-folic acid tablets and TT (tetanus toxoid injection), and Attend at least one 3. counseling session at the AWC or healthcare centre. The second transfer (three months after delivery) of ₹3,000 (US$45) requires the mother to: Register the birth Immunize the child with OPV and BCG at birth, at six weeks and at 10 weeks Attend at least two growth monitoring sessions within three months of delivery Additionally the scheme requires the mother to: Exclusively breastfeed for six months and introduce complementary feeding as certified by the mother, Immunize the child with OPV and DPT Attend at least two counseling sessions on growth monitoring and infant and child nutrition and feeding between the third and sixth months after delivery
Question: How to claim 6000
Answer: It's an prime minister narendra modi scheme where the 6000 benefit will be given to those ladies who has given birth in government hospital. If you have given birth and not claimed and if you are a nursing mother then you can contact anganwadi asha near your place. She will let you know complete procedure.