List of Important Scheme Launched in India 2019

List of Important Scheme Launched in India 2019:

Here we are providing the important scheme launched by the modi government in india 2019.

SCHEME PURPOSE
Kalia scholarship scheme
(Odisha)
Krushak
Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation (KALIA).
The
beneficiaries will be provided scholarships to pursue higher education in
professional courses at free of cost. Children of farmers who have taken
admission at Government Professional colleges on merit basis are eligible for
this scheme.
Shehri Samridhi Utsav (Ministry of Housing &
Urban Affairs)
Aim to extend the reach of Deendayal Antyodaya Mission –
National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM).
Mukhya Mantri Vriddha Pension
Yojana (MMVPY), (Bihar)
The scheme facilitates the
amount of Rs. 400 monthly pension for all in the state above the age of 60
years who are not getting pension from the government.
‘Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi
Mandhan’ (Finance Minister)
Under this scheme, workers of
unorganized sectors whose monthly income is less than Rs. 15,000 may
avail the benefits by contributing Rs. 100 per month to further get Rs. 3000 per month after 60 year of age.
KALIA Chhatra Bruti’ (Odisha) It aims at
providing financial assistance for technical and professional education to
farmers’ children by incurring all expenses involved in various levels of
education, such as course fee, hostel fee, mess fee by state govt.
Khusi scheme (Odisha) Aimed at
improving menstrual hygiene among adolescent girl students in the state, with
an outlay of Rs 466.08
crore over a period of 5 years.
Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman
Nidhi scheme
(i)The scheme
will provide Rs 6,000
per year to small and marginal farmer families having
combined land holding/ownership of upto 2 hectares.
(ii). The amount will be given in three installments of Rs 2,000 each and
will be transferred directly to the bank account of the beneficiaries through Direct Benefit Transfer, ensuring
transparency in the entire process and saving time for the farmers.
‘Mukhyamantri Yuva Swabhiman Yojana’
(MP)
Guarantees 100 days of employment every year to
urban youth from Economically Weaker Sections(EWS).
Pradhan
Mantri JI-VAN Yojana
Pradhan Mantri JI-VAN (Jaiv Indhan
– Vatavaran Anukool fasal awashesh Nivaran) Yojana.
It will provide financial support integrated Bioethanol projects using lignocellulosic
biomass and other renewable feedstock. The total financial outlay is of
Rs.1969.50cr for the period from 2018-19 to
2023-24.
Arun-3
Hydro
Arun-3 Hydro
Electric Project (Nepal portion) by Sutlej Jal Vikas Nigam (SJVN) Limited. The project is on Arun River in
Sankhuwasabha district of Eastern Nepal.
Gram
Samridhi Yojana (Ministry of Food Processing Industries )
The scheme is
aimed at helping the cottage industry, farmer producers’
organisation and individual food processors to
increase capacity, upgrade technology besides skill improvement,
entrepreneurship development and strengthening the farm-to market supply
chain.
Mukhyamantri
Parivar Samman Nidhi Yojana 2019 (Haryana)
It is
primarily meant for farmers of the state who cultivate on land with areas
upto five acres
and the families with an income of less than Rs. 15,000 per
month.
The scheme
would provide a sum of Rs. 6,000 yearly and each family has
to nominate a member who will be provided with this amount.
‘Jal
Amrutha’ (Karnataka Government
For the
purpose of inauguration of the scheme, a function was organized by the Rural Development and
Panchayat Raj department at Dr B R Ambedkar Bhavan
in Bengaluru.
The scheme plans to make people aware about the importance of conserving
water and to prompt them to come up with ways to avoid wastage of water.
STARS
scheme (HRD Ministry)
i)Funds
worth Rs
250 crore have been approved by the HRD ministry which
will be utilised to sponsor about 500 science projects, selected on
the basis of competitions.
ii) The Indian Institute of
Science (IISc) is the coordinator of the project, to
whom the interested candidates would submit their applications.
Transport
and Marketing Assistance (TMA) scheme
Government of
India with a view to boost to export of farm commodities to certain countries
in Europe and North America introduced a scheme for providing financial assistance
for transport and marketing of agriculture products.
‘Mukhya
Mantri Karigar Sahayata’ (Odisha)
The nodal
department of the scheme is the Directorate of handicrafts.
i)Craftsmen
with 10
years of experience and having annual income below Rs.1 lakh are
eligible to get an assistance of Rs.800 per month.
ii) For
craftsmen above 80 years of age would get Rs.1000 per month allowance
for those has the same experience and annual income as above.
Yuvashree
Arpan scheme (West Bengal)
Yuvashree Arpan under which 50,000 youths will
receive financial assistance of Rs 1 lakh for setting up an their
own business initiatives.
Mukhyamantri
Anchal Amrit Yojana (Uttarakhand)
The scheme
aims to provide 100 ml milk twice a
week, free of cost, to 2.5 lakh children at 20,000 Anganwadi
kendras of Uttarakhand.
‘Atal
Aahar Yojna’ (Maharashtra)
The target is
set to cover 20000 workers and provide them with good quality food at a
nominal cost of Rs.5 in the first phase of the scheme.
The
government is already providing a Subsidy of Rs.4.5 lakh to labourers for
house construction and is planning to provide help in education, income and
health as well.
Doorstep
Banking (SBI)
The State Bank of
India has initiated a new ‘doorstep banking’
service for senior citizens, differently-abled and
infirm account holders as well as visually impaired customers.
‘Wings’
(Aviva Life Insurance)
It will helps
women dream about what they will become, giving them a clearer picture of
their future and their growth prospects. The programme will give them an
avenue to freely communicate in a safe environment, allowing them to focus on
growth and improvement.
Young
Scientist Programme’ or ‘YUva VIgyani KAryakram’ (YUVIKA 2019)
To get young
school children interested in space science and technology
The ISRO Young
Scientist Programme YUVIKA 2019, which received an astounding response from
students across the country, will be inaugurated on 13 May 2019. The Indian
Space Research Organisation, in a fresh announcement today, stated that
YUVIKA 2019, which is a two week summer vacation residential programme, will
be conducted from 13 to 26 May 2019.
SIDBI’s
pilot scheme
Small
Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) launched a pilot scheme to
extend financial assistance of up to Rs 10 crore to new-age fintech
non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) engaged in financing small businesses
and other income-generating activities.
‘SMESuvidha’ State-owned
Corporation Bank has launched ‘SMESuvidha’ scheme to provide loans to the
GST-registered MSMEs at affordable interest rates.
The product is
designed as a part of the lender’s efforts to improve service and provide
best products to MSME sector
“Paramarsh”
(HRD)
Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, Union Minister for Human
Resource Development (HRD) launched a Scheme called “Paramarsh”
of University Grants Commission (UGC) in New Delhi.
This scheme
aims at mentoring National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC)
accreditation aspirant institutions to develop quality assurance in Higher
Education.
(Updated- 19th July 2019)
‘Internet
Saathi’  (Google India & Tata
Trusts)
Internet Saathi initiative, a collaborative programme
of Google
India and Tata Trusts, will be expanded to villages
in Punjab and Odisha.
Aims to facilitate digital literacy among
women in rural India. (Updated -July
16, 2019)
Kaushal
Yuva Samwaad” (Union Ministry of Skill
Development and Entrepreneurship) (MoSDE)
World Youth Skills Day and celebrate the 4th Anniversary
of the Skill India Mission, the Union Ministry of Skill
Development and Entrepreneurship (MoSDE) launched ‘Kaushal Yuva Samwaad’ (A
Youth Dialogue) in New Delhi.
It aimed at creating an open dialogue with youth across all skill training
centres to hear their views, ideas, opportunities, and recommendations help
the Ministry of Skill Development scaling up existing programs and improve
the overall efficiency of the on-going projects.
(Updated-July 15 2019)
‘Save
Water Day’ (West Bengal government)
West Bengal government celebrated it first ‘Save Water Day’ on July 12, 2019 to
spread the message of water conservation. Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee and
other eminent persons from various fields participated in the Padayatra from
Jorashanko Thakurbari to the base of Gandhi Statue, Kolkata.
(Updated-July 12 2019)
“Operation
Thirst” Railway Protection Force (RPF)
The Railway Protection
Force (RPF) has launched an all India drive ‘Operation
Thirst’ (on 8-9 July 2019) in New Delhi to crackdown the
selling of unauthorized Packaged Drinking Water (PDW) in the premises of
railway stations.
“Swadhar
Greh” (Ministry of Women and
Child Development)
The Ministry
of Women
and Child Development(WCD), Government of India is
implementing the Swadhar Greh Scheme for the
rehabilitation of women in difficult circumstances so that they could lead
their life with dignity.
Aim:  It envisages providing shelter, food, clothing, and
health as well as economic and social security for the women who are deserted
and without any social and economic support, victims of domestic violence,
family tension, and natural disaster.
(Updated- 12July 2019)
Bicycle-Sharing
Scheme (Puducherry)
In an
innovative eco-friendly initiative of bicycle-sharing in the city, a Bicycle-Sharing
Scheme, conceived and prioritized under Puducherry Smart
City Development Plan, is to be introduced in Puducherry.
‘Meri
Fasal Mera Byora’ (Haryana)
The Chief
Minister of Haryana Government Manohar Lal Khattar has
launched online portal named “Meri Fasal MeraByora” (https://www.fasalhry.in/ )for
farmers to directly avail crop related benefits of state government schemes
after self -reporting their land and crop-related details.
(Updated-July 4, 2019)
‘Operation
Milap’ (Delhi Police)
Delhi Police Crime Branch has rescued 333 children in 7
months
‘One Nation
One Ration Card’ scheme
The central
government’s ambitious project of ‘One Nation One Ration Card’, under which
beneficiaries can buy subsidized foodgrains from any ration shop in the
country will begin on 1 July 2020.
Chief
Minister Old Age Pension Scheme (Bihar)
Under this scheme, people in the age group of 60-79 will
get Rs 400 per month and people aged above 80 will get Rs 500 per month as
pension with the total beneficiaries being 36.50 lakh.
Pradhan
Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana
All eligible farmer families,
irrespective of the size of their landholding. Earlier, it was applicable to
farmers having two hectares of land.  The extension will include
additional of 2.5 crore farmers which will led to rise its coverage to 14.5
crore farmers. The outlay of the revised scheme will be Rs 87,217.50 crore for
2019
Repo-linked
home loan (Sbi)
State Bank of India (SBI)
announced to introduce repo-linked
home loan product from July 1, 2019. It has
become the first bank to offer this facility. It means any changes in the key
interest rate by the central bank would be passed on directly to the
customers.
Krishi
Kiosk (Haryana)
Om Prakash
Dhankar, Haryana agriculture, and farmers’ welfare minister launched ‘Krishi
kiosk’ for farmers at Panchkula, Haryana.
The kiosk comes under state’s ’‘Digital Kisan Suvidha’
plan, will give farmers the information about government schemes and also
help them file claims under the ‘Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana’ Scheme.
Bangla
Shashya Bima (West Bengal)
West Bengal Government launched a
crop insurance scheme, Bangla
Shashya Bima (BSB) for the 2019 ‘Kharif’ season to
protect farmers from losses due to natural disasters and provide a steady
income in case of unstable market prices.
‘Save
Green, Stay Clean’
(West
Bengal) (Updated- 2August)
The Chief Minister of
West Bengal Mamata
Banerjee launched an awareness campaign‘Save Green, Stay Clean’ for
preserving the greenery and keeping the environment clean in Kolkata, which
will be celebrated every year. She participated in the Padayatra for this
purpose.
‘Odisha Small Savings Incentive Scheme‘
(Odisha) (Updated- 8August)
Odisha government
unveiled the ‘Odisha Small
Savings Incentive Scheme‘ for the calendar year 2019 under
the notation “AQ” series. The aim of the scheme is to stop people from
transacting with ‘suspicious’ non-banking private financial institutions.
“Mo
Sarkar”
(Odisha) (Updated- 15August)
During the independence
day celebration in the state, the Chief Minister of Odisha Shri Naveen
Patnaik announced the “Mo
Sarkar” initiative. It is an initiative to ensure
transparency in governance focusing fully on the common public and will be
commenced from October 2, 2019, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi.
“School
Fagadaba”
(Manipur)
(Updated- 17August)
Chief Minister (CM)
of Manipur,
N Biren Singh has launched “School
Fagadaba” (Make education better) scheme with the aim to
improve the infrastructure, quality education and overall improvement of
government schools.
“Supra”-
(Scientific and Useful Profound Research Advancement)
Science
and Engineering Research Board (SERB)
The
scheme has designed as a part of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 100-day
transformative ideas.
Aim: The aim of this scheme is to fund new
scientific and engineering breakthroughs with global impact.
NISHTHA-
National Initiative for School Heads and Teachers Holistic Advancement
Union Human Resource Development Minister (Updated- 21August)
National Mission to
improve Learning Outcomes at the Elementary
Mukhya
Mantri Parivar Samridhi Yojna
Haryana
(Updated- 21August)
The scheme provides
social security to people in terms of life/accidental insurance cover and
pensionary benefits to individual families.
.Eligibility:  To avail benefit of the scheme, the annual
family income should be less than Rs 1,80,000 or a total landholding of less
than two hectares.
Insurance
Benefits:  The eligible
beneficiary family will get Rs 500 per month. Out of this amount, the premium
for the life insurance of a member of the age group of 18 to 50 years will be
paid from his account at the rate of Rs 330 per year.
‘Vhali
Dikri Yojna’
Gujarat
(Updated- 3rd August)
Gujarat for the welfare
of girl child in the state. The scheme launched in order to improve the child
sex ratio in the state, which currently stands at 890 girl child per 1000
male child.
At the time of admission
to class 4th- Rs. 4,000
At the time admission to
class 9th- Rs. 6,000
At the time of taking
admission for higher education at the age of 18- Rs.1-lakh
At the time of
marriage-Rs. 1-lakh

 

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