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Ex-Servicemen CEA
₹ 400 Save 25 %
₹ 300
Document/ दस्तावेज 

Checklist ImageDischarge Book/डिस्चार्ज बुक

Checklist ImageIdentity Card (Issue by ZSWO)/पहचान पत्र (ZSWO द्वारा जारी)
Checklist ImageMarks Sheet of Student/छात्र की मार्क सीट
Checklist ImageBank Passbook first Page/बैंक पासबुक का प्रथम पृष्ठ
Checklist Image Aadhar Card (ESM)/आधार कार्ड (ESM)
Checklist ImagePart-II Order of Children Name in Discharge Book/ डिस्चार्ज बुक में बच्चों के नाम पार्ट-II ऑर्डर
Checklist ImagePPO Photo/ पीपीओ की फोटो
Checklist Imageएक प्रमाण पत्र जिसमें यह उल्लेख हो कि आपको किसी भी स्रोत से अनुदान नहीं मिल रहा है।

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Overview of Ex-Servicemen CEA

The Children Education Allowance (CEA) for Ex-Servicemen (ESM) has the following rules:
  • The scheme is applicable for the first two children of an ESM or their widow.
  • Exservicemen up to the Rank of Hav/Sgt/PO/Honorary Nb Sub and their Widows are eligible. JCOs, Officers and their Widows are NOT eligible. 
  • If the second and third children are twins, all three children are eligible.
  • If the first or second child dies, the second and third children mentioned in the discharge book are eligible.
  • The child must have passed and been promoted to the next higher class.
  • Proof of passing the class must be provided.
  • The ESM or widow should not receive a similar grant from other sources.
  • A self-certificate is required.
  • The ESM who retired between April 1, 2023 and March 31, 2024 must submit an offline application form to the Record Office through the concerned ZSB.
  • The CEA is admissible until the end of the academic year in which the officer ceases to be in service.
  • The payment is made by the office in which the officer worked before retirement, discharge, dismissal, or removal from service.
  • The upper age limit for Divyaang children is 22 years, and for other children, it is 20 years or until they pass 12th class, whichever is earlier.

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