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The number of children placed in observation homes and number of homes functioning in the country.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

LOK SABHA 
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 4107 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 04.01.2019 

JUVENILE HOMES 

4107. SHRIMATI BHAVANA PUNDALIKRAO GAWALI PATIL
          SHRIMATI SUPRIYA SULE
          SHRI DHANANJAY MAHADIK
          SHRI MOHITE PATIL VIJAYSINH SHANKARRAO
          DR. HEENA VIJAYKUMAR GAVIT

Will the Minister of WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state: 
  • (a) the estimated number of children who have been placed in juvenile homes in each State during the last three years and the current year; 
  • (b) the details of the number of juvenile homes functioning in the country along with the financial assistance provided to such homes by the Government during the said period; 
  • (c) whether the Government has reviewed the working of juvenile homes in the country and if so, the details along with the outcome thereof; 
  • (d) whether most of the juvenile homes lack the required reform facilities that help delinquent children revert to normal life; 
  • (e) if so, the details thereof indicating the number of such homes across the country that are equipped with the required reform facilities; and 
  • (f) the corrective steps taken/being taken by the Government to ensure adequate facilities/infrastructure to the children living in juvenile homes? 
JUVENILE+HOMES
ANSWER 
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF
 WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 
(DR. VIRENDRA KUMAR) 

(a) & (b)  The number of children placed in observation homes and number of homes functioning in the country are at Annexure-I. The details of fund released to the State Govt. during F.Y., 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 31.12.2018) under Child Protection Services-a scheme is at Annexure-II. 

(c) to (f)  The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 stipulates the security net for vulnerable children by way of statutory service delivery structures along with Institutional and non- Institutional care. The JJ Act, 2015 provides minimum benchmark for facilities to be provided to children in Child Care Institution. The Ministry has been pursuing with all the States/UTs to regularly monitor all the Child Care Institutions (CCIs) as mandated under the Section 41 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 (JJ Act) and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Model Rules, 2016 framed thereunder, to ensure best interest of children. Under Section 8 (3) (j) of the JJ Act, Juvenile Justice Board has to conduct at least one inspection visit every month of residential facilities for children in conflict with law and recommend action for improvement in quality of services to the District Child Protection Unit and the State Government. The primary execution of the JJ Act is the responsibility of States/UTs. All the State/UT Governments have been asked to close the CCIs who have declined to register under the JJ Act, 2015 and to rehabilitate the children in registered Institutions. 
Annexure-I 
Annexure referred to in reply to part (a) to (b) of the Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No. 4107 for answer on 04.01.2019 raised by Shrimati Bhavana Pundalikrao Gawali Patil, Shrimati Supriya Sule, Shri Dhananjay Mahadik, Shri Mohite Patil Vijaysinh Shankarrao, Dr. Heena Vijaykumar Gavit rega rdin g “Juvenile Homes” 

The number of children placed in observation homes and number of homes functioning in the country.
S. No. State/UT Observation/Special/ Observation cum Special Home Number of Children
1 Andhra Pradesh
16
287
2 Arunachal Pradesh
1
7
3 Assam
5
48
4 Bihar
13
777
5 Chhattisgarh
13
303
6 Goa
0
0
7 Gujarat
7
91
8 Haryana
4
195
9 Himachal Pradesh
2
47
10 Jammu and Kashmir
8
444
11 Jharkhand
11
427
12 Karnataka
17
81
13 Kerala
11
28
14 Madhya Pradesh
22
528
15 Maharashtra
53
1704
16 Manipur
5
80
17 Meghalaya
3
47
18 Mizoram
10
218
19 Nagaland
13
25
20 Orissa
4
298
21 Punjab
6
152
22 Rajasthan
34
522
23 Sikkim
3
78
24 Tamil Nadu
10
252
25 Tripura
4
7
26 Uttar Pradesh
43
2093
27 Uttarakhand
11
65
28 West Bengal
14
1530
29 Telangana
11
330
30 Andaman & Nicobar
0
0
31 Chandigarh
1
17
32 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
0
0
33 Daman and Diu
0
0
34 Lakshadweep
0
0
35 NCT of Delhi
5
264
36 Puducherry
4
107
364
11052
Annexure-II 
Annexure referred to in reply to part (a) to (b) of the Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No. 4107 for answer on 04.01.2019 raised by Shrimati Bhavana Pundalikrao Gawali Patil, Shrimati Supriya Sule, Shri Dhananjay Mahadik, Shri Mohite Patil Vijaysinh Shankarrao, Dr. Heena Vijaykumar Gavit regardin g “Juvenile Homes” 

The details of fund released and utilized by State Govts./UT Administrations during the financial year 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and current year under CPS.
Year-wise details of grants released under Child Protection Services [CPS] as on 31.12.2018
S. No. State/UT 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
1
Andhra Pradesh 238.58 110.74 1469.88 1870.01
2
Arunachal Pradesh 571.68 52.29 643.71
37.63
3
Assam 597.90 413.64 2932.68 654.26
4
Bihar 2687.89 2787.92 541.56 908.92
5
Chattisgarh 3955.55 527.77 3181.97 1042.64
6
Goa 235.25 36.83 728.53
16.03
7
Gujarat 2328.90 769.95 590.11 1527.97
8
Haryana 496.44 0.00 1858.22 512.62
9
Himachal Pradesh 604.04 2345.48 1835.01 881.47
10
Jammu & Kashmir 113.35 43.12 807.48 2106.94
11
Jharkhand 369.88 840.11 1714.57 478.56
12
Karnataka 1845.24 3720.80 3272.45 2595.22
13
Kerala 944.39 260.50 1849.45 1184.11
14
Madhya Pradesh 1116.03 2503.88 3262.77 1762.75
15
Maharashtra 3138.75 2272.33 608.15 808.90
16
Manipur 3082.18 241.34 1886.33 1825.26
17
Meghalaya 1469.55 2060.33 1846.60 900.80
18
Mizoram 2079.44 1949.55 1917.51 1361.38
19
Nagaland 2257.65 1350.37 1457.45 1163.92
20
Orissa 3309.07 1089.22 2599.30 4352.44
21
Punjab 820.81 581.67 143.24 825.27
22
Rajasthan 3258.92 0.00 4752.30 1082.16
23
Sikkim 562.00 601.18 662.76
66.25
24
Tamil Nadu 825.04 13039.37 2013.12 1858.05
25
Telangana 354.88 195.64 894.82 731.96
26
Tripura 710.63 676.04 446.81 649.65
27
Uttar Pradesh 2884.18 3207.19 1830.67 7834.39
28
Uttarakhand 66.88 15.54 907.57 153.80
29
West Bengal 508.67 6763.87 5073.56 1470.42
30
Andaman & Nicobar Island 36.03 36.88 31.66
27.70
31
Chandigarh 357.82 245.44 194.32
0.00
32
Dadra & Nagar Haveli 58.66 177.59 24.82
11.24
33
Daman & Diu 82.82 126.42 21.89
18.42
34
Delhi 1363.40 978.64 354.33 542.02
35
Lakshadweep 0.00 0.00
-
0.00
36
Puducherry 559.60 826.33 114.35 234.65
Total
43892.10 50847.97 52469.95 41497.81
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