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SCHEME-IV: FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS INSTRUCTIONS


INSTRUCTIONS
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The applicant voluntary organization shall be a registered Society and it should be in existence at least for three years before the date of the application. The NGOs have to first register on ngo.India.gov.in by which a unique ID would be generated. It is mandatory for all NGOs to register on the above portal.
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The Academies and Institutions, which are set up, registered and funded by the State/UT Governments for promoting Indian languages, are eligible. However, the quantum of financial assistance shall be determined only after taking into account the assistance provided by the State Government for the same proposal.
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The applicant organization shall not be a profit making body.
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The applicant organisation shall apply for financial assistance in the prescribed form only.
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The applicant shall submit the following documents along with the application-
a.  A copy of the Registration Certificate attested by a Gazetted Officer
b.  A copy of resolution passed in the board wherein approval to apply for financial      assistance in GIA-CIIL is obtained.
c.  Latest prospectus/brochure of the organisation
d.  A copy of the latest annual report of the organization (in English)
e.  A synopsis of the proposed project/programme in about 200 words preferably in English in a separate sheet
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A copy of Pan Card should be submitted in addition to any one of the following as proof of identity while submitting the application.
a. Aadhar Card 
b. Driving license
c. Passport
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Also Election/voter’s ID must be submitted as a proof of Residence.
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Cancelled cheque/photocopy of first page of bank pass book containing all   the following details with passport size photograph should be submitted along with application.
a. Name of the Account holder (as in Bank Pass book)  
b. Account No. (13 digits only)
c. Name and Address of the Bank
d. Branch Name and Code No.
e. IFS Code     
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Request for financial assistance can be made for 3 programmes, out of which there is a provision to consider only one in the Meeting.
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The applicant shall maintain an identical signature in all the documents related to the grant.
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In case of any change in the postal address of the organisation after the submission of the application, the same (certified by the Registrar of the Societies where the Organisation has been registered) may be intimated to the Institute immediately.  
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No interim correspondence shall be entertained.
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The proposal once rejected by the Grant in Aid Committee shall be rejected.
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Any decision regarding the admitted items and estimates of expenditure of the approved project/programme shall totally rest with the sanctioning authority.
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The sanctioning authority reserves the right to terminate the approved project at any stage if it is convinced that the grant has not been properly utilized and sufficient progress has not been achieved.
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Once the estimates are approved as reasonable and the grant is sanctioned, they shall not be modified.
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The project for which grant has been approved shall be completed within a year from the date of the receipt of the first instalment.
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Grant under this Scheme shall not be given for meeting previous liabilities or debts.
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The grant released shall not be spent on developing infrastructure facilities such as construction of buildings, purchase of vehicles, air-conditioning etc.
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The assets acquired wholly or substantially out of the grant received under this Scheme shall not be disposed of or transferred to any person/institution or utilized for purposes other than the project/programme for which it has been sanctioned. 
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The grantee shall utilize the grant only for the programme/project for which it has been sanctioned. Failure to do so shall render the organization liable to refund the grant in full with such interest thereon as the sanctioning authority may decide.  
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The grantee shall exercise utmost economy in the working of the approved project.
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Preference will also be given to the girls/women beneficiaries in order to ensure gender budgeting.
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The grantee shall maintain separate records of expenditure of the approved project. It shall be open to inspection by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India or CIIL or its authorized representative as and when required.
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The approved grant shall be released in two equal instalments.  The final instalment shall be released only after the grantee completes the programme/project and produces the following documents:
a. The statement of expenditure and Utilization Certificate certified by a Chartered     Accountant with his seal
b. The report of the satisfactory completion of the project duly signed by the grantee      with his seal
c. Two complimentary copies of the study report if the grant is related to Short-term      study
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The title page of the study report of the short-term study, shall include the following   statement:
`This project was undertaken with financial assistance from the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Manasagangotri, Mysore-570006 vide sanction order number……………………… dated………………’ .
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If an applicant avails the grant once, his/her next proposal will be considered for processing only after two years from the date of approval of his/her grant, after exhausting provisions for considering new proposals. 
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Whitener\correction fluid should not be used while filling in the application. Corrections may be carried out by striking out in pen and attesting it with a short sign of the applicant.
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Application with incomplete information shall be rejected.
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Application without photo shall be rejected.
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