More People Apply for KJP

Posted on February 28, 2013


Republika, Page 21

Some local administration or kelurahan offices in Jakarta have reported a surge in the number of residents seeking the poverty notification letter (SKTM) to be used to register their children for the province’s educational subsidy program, Kartu Jakarta Pintar (KJP). Jakarta education agency head Taufik Yudi Mulyanto said that disadvantaged families were welcomed to apply for the KJP, which was given to students age 7-19 who hold the national student ID number, and that there was no deadline for application. There are 332,465 disadvantage students from primary to senior secondary levels eligible for the KJP according to the agency’s data, but only 70,205 students were officially registered for the program so far.

More People Apply for KJP

More People Apply for KJP

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