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  • 10 Feb 2023
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Governor Returned Jharkhand Finance Bill-2022 for the Third Time

Why In News?

On February 9, 2022, Jharkhand Governor Ramesh Bais has returned the Jharkhand Finance Bill-2022 passed by the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly to the state government for the third time.

Key points

  • The Governor has directed to seriously review many points in the Bill and send it for approval after obtaining the intention from the Law Department.
  • The Governor has said that the Bill should seriously consider whether it is included in the State List under Schedule-7 of the Constitution and whether any details related to insurance or other provisions in the Bill are included in the Union List or concurrent list. Because under Schedule 7 of the Constitution of India, the List-1 subject related to insurance has been described in order number 47 of Union.
  • Governor Ramesh Bains had earlier returned the finance bill twice without his assent. The Governor first Hindi in April 2022 and the bill was returned due to various discrepancies regarding conversion to the English version.
  • After this, the amended bill was sent directly to the Governor from the departmental level for approval without passing it by the Jharkhand Assembly by the state government. At that time, the Governor had also questioned the working style of administrative officers and said that this bill is a money bill. It needs to be passed by the Assembly to send it back. But the officials directly amended from their level and sent it to Raj Bhavan, which was returned by the Governor. After this, on December 8, 2022, the Assembly passed it and gave permission to send it.
  • Significantly, the is to increase Bill-2022 basic objective of the Jharkhand Finance stamp duty. This increase can increase the revenue collection of the state.
  • Bihar Entertainment Duty Court Fee and Stamps (Surcharge Amendment) Act the Bill aims to do away with the 110 per cent additional stamp duty under Section 5 of the, 1948. Because when the stamp duty mentioned in of the Indian Stamp Act 1899 Schedule I (A) is being increased by the State Government, it is not necessary to collect an additional 110 per cent stamp duty as surcharge.

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Eight Girls from Jharkhand Selected in Single Girl Child Fellowship 2022-23

Why In News?

Eight girls from Jharkhand have been selected for Savitribai Jyotirao Phule Single Girl Child Fellowship-2022-23.

Key points

  • According to the list released by the University Grants Commission (UGC), Jharkhand's Arya Raj, Anshuka Satpathy, Arpana Ganguly, Kumari Priyanka, Neha Chakraborty, Pranjal Shah, Shipra Harsh and Ushahi Ain are included.
  • A total of 1129 girls have been selected from across the country. Under this scheme, girls who are single in the house, their education is to be promoted and research work is encouraged.
  • Here single means a girl in the family who has no brother or sister. Twins are one of the daughters/siblings. If a family has one or more sons and one daughter, she will not be eligible.
  • The fellowship will be given for five years. Under the Junior Research Fellowship, 31 thousand rupees will be given per month. Senior research fellows will get Rs 35,000 per month.
  • Similarly, disabled people will get 35 thousand rupees per month. The beneficiaries will also get hostel facilities.
  • Under this scheme, students of humanities and social sciences will be given 10-10 thousand rupees every year for other expenses for two years and 25 thousand rupees for the remaining term.
  • At the same time, to the students of science / engineering / technology every 12-12 thousand rupees will be given year for two years and 25 thousand rupees will be given for the remaining term. The disabled student will be given three thousand rupees per month for reader assistance.

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