Bycycle Distrubution Scheme 2023

7000 will be credited to the account to buy a cycle for government students. Check here







Hello friends the government has come back again this scheme the government has given a sweet news to all the students. Government Cycle Schemes have been launched by the Government with the aim of promoting and encouraging the use of bicycles for transport. Who will get the benefit of this scheme What are the documents required All this information is fully explained in this article Read till the end.

survey conducted by Grassroots Research And Advocacy Movement has found that students missing out on classes has reduced from two a month to one day or lesser because of the distribution of free bicycles to Class VIII students in the state.





Bycycle Distrubution Scheme

7000 rupees to buy a bicycle from the government for girls from 8th to 12th standard. These projects can vary in scope and goal, but typically include initiatives such as providing infrastructure for cycling, financing programs to purchase bikes, educational campaigns to promote cycling, and incentives for businesses to cycle. Cycle Govt

These programs aim to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and promote healthier and more sustainable modes of transport.


The survey, commissioned by the Karnataka Evaluation Authority, has also revealed that 45 % bicycles are used by family members of the students.

“Less than half of the beneficiaries, overall, bring bicycles to school regularly. Regular bicycle usage is even less among girls. Road conditions, houses being near the school, frequent damage of cycles and houses being too far are some of the reasons for non-usage. Statistical tests show that road conditions have a significant effect on the regular usage of bicycles,” the survey, done across eight districts, found out. Yadgir, Kalaburagi, Uttar Kannada and Belagavi from north Karnataka were among the surveyed districts.




The survey has also pointed out that only 13% beneficiaries receive the cycles in first two months — June and July — of the academic year. “Current dates for procurement, bid evaluation and selection of supplier are not early enough to ensure timely supply of cycles to students, since it takes 90-120 days for the supplier to provide the cycles and other processes such as quality checks at various levels and assembly,” the survey found out.

The survey also pointed out that the bicycles were of poor quality. “More than 40% students reported that parts of the cycle were missing in the newly received bicycles and had to add parts such as a bell or a seat cover. Bicycle quality is seen to deteriorate year on year after receipt. While 8% bicycles were damaged at receipt (as evident from beneficiary survey responses), 24% one-year-old cycles and 33% two-year-old cycles checked through direct observation were damaged. More than 40% used bicycles had defects on parameters such as a rusted frame, worn gear teeth and rusted forks. Rusted brakes and locks are common quality defects of used cycles. According to the parents, the bicycles become unusable by the time students reaches Class X,” the survey said.






Documents required for cycle sharing scheme

Proof of Identity (like Aadhaar Card, Passport, Voter ID Card)

Proof of residence (like utility bill, rent agreement)

Proof of income (like pay slip, bank statement)

Proof of age (like birth certificate, school leaving certificate)

Educational qualification (like mark sheet, degree certificate)

Enrollment or admission proof (for students)

Application form or registration certificate


Any other document specified by the scheme guidelines.

It is advisable to check the specific requirements of the bicycle sharing scheme under consideration before applying.

Procedures for Providing Grants (Government Scheme)





Identify project objectives and target beneficiaries:

The government should decide what the project is trying to achieve and who the target beneficiaries are.


Develop a comprehensive plan:

The government should develop a comprehensive plan detailing the details of the project including budget, time frame and implementation strategies.





Allocate funds:

The government should allocate funds to the scheme and ensure that they are sufficient to meet the objectives of the scheme.


Choose an implementation method:

The government may choose to implement the scheme through direct distribution of cycles, through a voucher system or a combination of the two.


Develop eligibility criteria:

The government should develop clear eligibility criteria for the scheme based on factors like age, income and place of residence.


Spread the word about the project:

The government should give wide publicity to the scheme to make the potential beneficiaries aware of the scheme and its benefits.





Arrange for application and selection:

Government should make arrangements for applicants to apply for the scheme and selection of eligible beneficiaries.


Monitor and evaluate the project:

The government should regularly monitor and evaluate the scheme to assess its effectiveness and make necessary adjustments.


Grant Disbursement:

The government should disburse the grant to the eligible beneficiaries after fulfilling the eligibility criteria.

There is a discussion that the government will give 7000 rupees to girls from 8th to 12th class to buy a cycle. It is important to ensure that the government has transparency and accountability in the implementation of the cycle government scheme that meets its intended goals and receives good feedback from the public.





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