SERVICE HOMES

 

Widows, deserted wives, economically backward women and girls rescued from child marriage who are neglected by their families are taken care of in the Service homes. Nine Government Service Homes, one each at Chennai, Salem, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Tirunelveli, Sivagangai, Madurai, Krishnagiri and Perambalur are functioning in Tamil Nadu. The Service Homes provide suitable accommodation, food, health and medical facilities. The inmates can also pursue their schooling if they had discontinued their studies. The widows and deserted wives are also permitted to bring up their children in a conducive atmosphere in these Service Homes. A maximum of three children can be kept by a mother. While the Girl children are provided education upto XII Standard, male children are provided with the educational facility in the Service Home itself upto V Standard. Vocational skills are also provided to enable them to have economic sustainability. Life skills viz., computer training, spoken english and counseling for selection of higher studies and future career guidance are also provided in these homes.

 

HIGHER EDUCATION TO GIRLS

To continue higher studies the Government is providing financial assistance of ` 50,000 for pursuing professional courses and `30,000 for Degree / Diploma courses to the ex-inmates who have completed +2 in Service Homes and Government Children Homes. Many girls from 26 Government Children Homes and 9 Service Homes were benefitted under this scheme. Training relating to repair of Electronic and Electrical Consumer Appliances, Plumbing etc., are given under Tamil Nadu Skill Development Mission to the inmates of Government Children Home, Government Service Home and the beneficiaries of Chief Minister‟s Girl Child Protection Scheme.

Social Welfare

A social welfare system provides assistance to needy individuals and families.

The types and amount of welfare available to individuals and families vary depending on the country, state or region.

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Women Helpline Recruitment 2020 Application invited - last date 21/07/2020

Applications are called from eligible candidates for the post of Call Respondent, Women Helpline, functioning under the control of Commissionerate of Social Welfare, Panagal Malligai, Saidapet, Chennai-15. The education qualification is Bachelor in Social Work or Counseling Psychology or Psychology with minimum 1 year experience (or) Masters in Social Work or Counseling Psychology or Psychology and the age limit is 23 to 35 years (as on 01.04.2020). The post will be filled on contract basis. The application and other details are available in the Website https://www.tnsocialwelfare.org/tenders/index/recruitments. The last date for submission of application by post or email (whl.tamilnadu@gmail.com) is 21.07.2020 5.00PM. The appointment will be purely on merit and experience basis