Ladli Scheme 2012 for Girl Education: Delhi

Delhi Ladli Scheme was launched by Department of Women and Child Development, the Government of Delhi  for empowerment of girl children born in Delhi.


  • To empower the girl child socially and economically.
  • To promote birth registration of girl child.
  • To control female foeticide and to improve sex ratio.
  • To end discrimination against the girl child.
  • To promote education among the girls and reduce school drop-out rate of girl students.
  • To provide security to girl students for their higher education.


  • Girl should be born in Delhi as shown by the birth certificate.
  • The applicant must be a bonafide resident of the NCT Delhi for at least three years preceding the date of birth of the girl child.
  • Annual family income should not exceed Rs.1 lakh.
  • If girl is school going, her school must be recognized by Delhi Govt. / MCD / NDM
  • Scheme is limited to two surviving girls per family.


  • In the form of term deposits Rs. 11,000 if born in hospital.
  • Rs. 10,000 if born at home at the time of registration.
  • Rs.5,000 each in further five milestones i.e., Class I, VI, IX, XI & XII.

Maturity amount at the end of lock-in-period will vary depending on the stage at which each girl child enters the scheme and registers under it.

How to Apply

  • Duly filled form along with all necessary documents shall be verified at District Office.
  • After verification, it shall be sent to SBIL( State Bank of India Life Insurance Company Limited)
  • The amount sanctioned in the name of the girl child is deposited with (SBIL) which manages the amount till the girl attains the age of 18 years and passes Class X as a regular student or takes admission in Class-XII.
  • Beneficiary girls are required to open a Zero Balance Saving Account with the State Bank of India by showing the acknowledgement letter received from the bank.
  • On attaining the milestone age, the girl child can claim the maturity amount, which can be utilized for her higher education or vocational training or for setting up a micro enterprise.


  • SBIL Toll Free Number:- 1800229090.
  • Contact Details of the District Officers, DWCD, Delhi Govt. Click Here.

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