maintenance grant


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maintenance grant

n (for student) → presalario; (for worker) → indennità f inv di trasferta
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Tenders are invited for Annual maintenance grant in respect of unit and sub unit located at chakrata garrison for financial year 2018-19 s/h renovation of cpwd enquiry office
The committee on Thursday discussed issues pertaining to the maintenance grant for the Parliament House and the Lodges.
Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) council wants to roll out its town centre maintenance grant to Treorchy after a successful year-long pilot in Mountain Ash and Tonypandy of the scheme which aims to create more attractive and vibrant town centres.
"Bringing back some means-tested maintenance grant would be a boost for them." Mrs May, speaking at Derby College, said many schoolleavers would be better seeking cheaper alternatives to going to university, which should not be seen as the only desirable route.
The scheme also included a maintenance grant for homeless older persons with monetary support of Rs 1,000 per month to the older persons in the age group of 60 years and above, who have been left homeless or sheltered in old age homes recognised by the department.
A student coming from a family with a household income of up to PS18,370 will be eligible for a maintenance grant of PS5,161 and a loan of PS4,559.
A maintenance grant is financial assistance that is given to a parent with a child(ren) that are under the age of 18 whose spouse has died.
The National Union of Students says the maintenance grant helps less well off students with costs such as rent, food, energy bills and study materials.
This pounds 8m in additional revenue funding for Wales councils' road maintenance grants for 2010-11 is in addition to the pounds 5m capital road maintenance grant the Assembly Government has already given councils to maintain their road network.
The Court now judged that five years, a rule that is already applied in the Netherlands, is not an "excessive" period to judge whether a student is sufficiently integrated to have the right to receive a maintenance grant. Accordingly, all member states can now raise this barrier.
Free parking was introduced in April and the council is piloting a town centre maintenance grant to help traders improve shop front appearances.

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