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Indian Government Schemes

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Indian Government announces Welfare Schemes every year(time to time) at all levels for a refined and enhanced society. The Indian Government Schemes could be either Central, State specific or a joint collaboration between the Center and the States. This article particularly mentions all important schemes launched between 2014 – early 2018.

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Indian Government Schemes – Central Level

Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT)
Launched: June, 2015
To establish an infrastructure that could ensure adequate robust sewerage networks and water supply for urban transformation Ascertaining that everyone has access to tap water and sewerage facilities, maintenance of greenery and open spaces, and smart facilities like weather prediction, internet and Wi-Fi.
Atal Innovation Mission and SETU in NITI AAYOG
Launched: February, 2016
To give substantial boost to the innovation ecosystem and to catalyze the entrepreneurial spirit in the country. Entrepreneurship promotion through self-employment and talent utilization and to provide a platform where innovative ideas are generated
Atal Pension Yojana
Launched: May, 2015
To bring pension benefits to the people of the unorganized sector Reduce the number of zero balance accounts in the country.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Bal Swachhata Abhiyan
Launched: November, 2014
To increase awareness about the cleanliness of the children all over India. It will be observed from 14th to 19th November. The campaign has been planned out in the following way:

  • 14th November: Clean Schools/Surroundings/Play areas
  • 15th November: Clean Food
  • 17th November: Clean Self, Personal Hygiene, Child Safety
  • 18th November: Clean Drinking Water
  • 19th November: Clean Toilet
Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana
Launched: January, 2015
To generate awareness and improve the efficiency of welfare services meant for women. To ensure education, survival and protection of the girl child, and prevent gender biased sex selective elimination


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Cataract Treatment Scheme
Launched: March, 2017
To treat cataract patients Free India from cataract by 2022


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
DBT Scheme for Kerosene
Launched: April, 2016
To enable consumers to pay non-subsidized price of kerosene at the time of purchase. To enable users to buy the cooking fuel at market rate and get financial support in their bank accounts.
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana
Launched: September, 2014
To enhance the employability of rural youth. Start 1000-2000 training centers across India by 2016.
Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana
Launched: 2015
To provide electrification to all villages. To invest 756 Billion rupees for rural electrification, feeder separation to ensure sufficient power to farmers and regular supply to other consumers and metering to reduce the losses.
Dairy Processing and Infrastructure Development Fund (DIDF)
Launched: September, 2017
To build efficient milk procurement system by setting up of chilling infrastructure and installation of electronic milk adulteration testing equipment. To benefit 95,00,000 farmers in about 50,000 villages.
Digital India
Launched: July, 2015
Aims to bring Digital empowerment to India and aid in its transition to becoming a knowledge economy. To create 17 million direct and 85 million indirect jobs, while significantly reducing Indian imports of electronics.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Ganga Gram Yojana
Launched: January, 2016
To develop the villages located along the main stem of river Ganga. To develop 1600 villages situated along the banks of river Ganga.
Gram Uday Se Bharat Uday Abhiyan
Launched: April, 2016
To strengthen Panchayati Raj in villages and ensure social harmony in villages. To promote rural development and foster the farmers’ welfare and livelihoods of the poor.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
HRIDAY (National Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana) scheme
Launched: January, 2015
Conserving and preserving the heritage characters of 12 cities: Amritsar, Varanasi, Gaya, Puri, Ajmer, Mathura, Dwarka, Badami, Velankanni, Kanchipuram, Warangal (Telangana) and Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh). To develop tourism and job creation and bring together urban planning, economic growth and heritage conservation by 2017.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Indradhanush Scheme
Launched: December, 2014
To immunize unvaccinated children. To cover all those children by 2020 who are either unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated against vaccine preventable diseases.
Intensified Mission Indradhanush (IMI)
Launched: October, 2017
To improve immunization coverage. To ensure full immunization to more than 90% by December 2018.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Kisan Vikas Patra
Launched: 2014
To provide attractive returns to money invested To provide double the amount invested, after 8 years 4 months, with an interest of 8.7% per annum


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Make in India
Launched: Sept, 2014
To transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub. 24 manufacturing cities envisaged. In the first phase, 7 cities to be completed by 2019.
Middle Income Group Scheme
Launched: February, 2017
Provide legal services to the middle and relatively lower income groups. Provide services in the Supreme Court, to litigants whose gross income does not exceed Rs. 60,000 per month or Rs.7.5 lakh per annum.
Mission Fingerling
Launched: March, 2017
To achieve blue revolution To enhance fisheries production from 10.79 mm (2014-15) to 15 mm by 2020-21 under the blue revolution.
MUDRA Bank Yojana
Launched: April, 2015
Regulate lending and borrowing activities in the microfinance setup of India. To provide crediting services and financial support to the microfinance entities, that are functioning across the country


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Namami Gange
Launched: July, 2014
Clean and protect the Ganga river in a comprehensive manner. To arrest the pollution and revive the Ganga river within 18 years.
National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
Launched: 2015
To create an ecosystem of empowerment and promote a culture of innovation based entrepreneurship. To bridge existing skill gaps, promote industry engagement, leverage technology and promote greater opportunities for apprenticeship training.
National Rurban Mission
Launched: February, 2016
To Spur, social, economic and infrastructure development in rural areas To develop a cluster of 300 smart villages over the next 3 years across the country.
National Sports Talent Search Scheme
Launched: 2015
To find and nurture sports potential and make them excel in national and international sports competitions. To identify sports talent among students in the age group of 8-12 years and nurture it.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat
Launched: 2014
To improve reading and writing skills of children in classes 1 and 2. To make children keen and self-sufficient writers and readers and enable them to possess the skills that last a lifetime
Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission
Launched: 2015
To address various shortcomings related to teachers and teaching across the educational spectrum. To provide 1 lakh qualified teachers for schools, colleges and universities, create 87 new institutional structures and create subject-based networks in various disciplines.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Shramev Jayate Karyakram
Launched: October, 2014
To create conductive environment for industrial development and doing business with ease and expand government support to impart skill training for workers.
  • Allot Labour Identification Number to 6 lakh units
  • Upload inspection reports within 72 hours of inspection
  • Enable 4.17 crore employees to have their PF account portable and accessible
  • Support manufacturing units by reimbursing 50% of the stipend paid during first two years of training
  • Introduce smart cards to workers
Pradhan Mantri Gram Sinchai Yojana
Launched: July, 2015
To irrigate fields of farmers across the country and promote effective use of water. To attract investments in Irrigation system and expand the cultivable land in the country.
PowerTex India Scheme
Launched: April, 2017
To develop power loom sector. To develop power loom sector simultaneously at over 45 locations in the country.
Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY)
Launched: July, 2017
For welfare of senior citizens above 60 years. To make the pension scheme available from 4th May 2017 to 3rd May 2018 for senior citizens above 60 years.
Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana
Launched: April 2015
Welfare the poor people through effective implementation of schemes. To apprise member of parliaments to help in effective implementation of government run schemes for the welfare of poor across the country.
Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Yojana
Launched: 2015
Improve the quality of health care and make it accessible across the country. To provide good quality health care by improving access to quality medicines at affordable costs.
Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana
Launched: August, 2014
To achieve financial inclusion of every individual who does not have a bank account. To ensure financial access to everyone who was not able to get benefits of various finance related government schemes.
Power for All Scheme
Launched: April, 2017
To offer people uninterrupted power supply To ensure that by 2018 October, each house in UP will receive this benefit.
Pradhan Mantri LPG Panchayat
Launched: September, 2017
To spread awareness among LPG users about the proper use and benefits of LPG. NA
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra (PMKK)
Launched: October, 2017
To bring momentum in skilling through collaborative efforts NA
Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana
Launched: May, 2015
Increase the number of insurance To reduce number of zero balance accounts.
Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayay Vigyan Gram Sankul Pariyojana
Launched: September, 2017
To formulate & implement appropriate S & T interventions for Sustainable development through cluster approach in Uttarakhand. To benefit about a lakh of people directly or indirectly in 4 identified clusters of 60 villages in Uttarakhand.
Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana
Launched: May, 2015
To increase insurance penetration level in the country. The insurance covers death or disablement of the policy holder caused due to accident or accidental injuries.
Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana
Launched: August, 2017
For agro marine processing and development of agro processing clusters. NA
Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana
Launched: January, 2016
To boost farming sector in the country. Aims to reduce the premium burden on farmers and ensure early settlement of crop Insurance claim for the full insured sum.
Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDISHA)
Launched: February, 2017
Making one person in every family digitally literate. Make 6 Crore persons in rural areas, across states/UTS, digitally literate, reaching around 40% of rural households.
Prasad (Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive)
Launched: 2014
To promote tourism and Develop cultural places. To achieve 1% share of international tourist arrivals by 2016-17.
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
Launched: 2015
To provide houses at affordable rates. To provide interest subsidy of 6.5% on housing loan for 15 years and use sustainable and eco-friendly technologies during construction process.
Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana
Launched: May, 2016
To provide LPG connections to BPL households in the country. To replace the unclean cooking fuels mostly used in rural India with clean and more efficient LPG.
Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Sanchar Kaushal Vikas Pratisthan Scheme
Launched: May, 2017
To train rural youth to maintain mobile towers, repair optical fibers, and fix other communication technologies. To impart training to 10,000 people from 10 States/UTS in the first phase.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana
Launched: April, 2017
Provide physical aid and assisted-living devices for senior citizens belonging to BPL category To benefit 5,20,000 senior citizens over a period of 3 years.
Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan
Launched: July, 2015
To leverage the potential for science, mathematics and technology learning in non-classroom settings. To make Science, Mathematics and Technology exciting for children and encourage them to have an enduring interest in the subjects both inside and outside the classroom.
Revenue Insurance Scheme for Plantation Crops (RISPC)
Launched: February, 2017
Protect growers from risks such as pest attacks, yield loss, and income declined caused by fall in prices. To implement on pilot basis for 2 years covering tea, coffee, rubber, cardamom, and tobacco in eight districts in West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Sikkim, and Tamil Nadu by the commodity boards.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
Launched: October, 2014
To develop social, cultural and infrastructures in villages To develop infrastructure of 3 villages by 2019 and 8 villages by 2024.
Skill India
Launched: July, 2015
To create jobs for the youth of the country Aims at providing training and skill development to 500 million youth of our country by 2020.
Smart Cities
Launched: 2015
To drive economic growth and improve the quality of life of people by enabling local development and harnessing technology as a means to create smart outcomes for citizens. To cover 100 cities in 5-year duration.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Launched: October, 2014
To make India clean. To provide facilities to every family including toilets, solid and liquid waste disposal systems, village cleanliness, and safe and adequate drinking water supply by 2nd October, 2019.
Solar Energy Scheme for Small Powerloom Units
Launched: March, 2017
To provide financial assistance/capital subsidy to small power loom units Provide financial assistance/capital subsidy to the extend of 50%, 75%, and 90% of the basic cost of the solar energy plant (cost of solar panel + inverter + batteries) to the applicants.
Saubhagya Scheme
Launched: September, 2017
To provide electricity connection to families in rural and urban areas. To provide electricity connections to around 40 million families by December 2018.
Swachh Vidyalaya Abhiyan
Launched: 2014
To provide toilets in all government schools. To provide separate toilets for boys and girls in all government schools within 1 year.
Swadesh Darshan
Launched: Jan, 2015
To accelerate domestic as well as International tourism in India and to develop theme based tourist circuits in the country on the principles of high tourist value, competitiveness and sustainability, in an integrated manner. Expecting to attract over 13 million foreign tourists by 2020.
Shaadi Shagun Scheme
Launched: October, 2017
To encourage higher education of girls Give Rs. 51,000 to meritorious Muslim girls who complete their graduation before marriage.
Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana
Launched: Jan, 2015
To ensure bright future for girl children in India. To provide financial security and independence to the girls and help them with their education and marriage.
Soil Health Card Scheme
Launched: February, 2015
Issue soil card to farmers to help them get good harvest by studying the quality of soil. Issue soil cards to about 14 crore farmers spread across India.
Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission
Launched: September, 2015
To drive economic, social and infrastructure development in rural areas. Provisioning of economic activities, developing skills and local entrepreneurship and providing infrastructure amenities in rural areas.
Standup India Scheme
Launched: April, 2016
To promote entrepreneurship among people from SC/ST and woman. To provide loan between Rs.10 lakh and up to Rs.1 crore to entrepreneurs for setting up new enterprise.
Sampada Scheme
Launched: May, 2017
To supplement agriculture, modernize processing, and decrease agri waste. To give a renewed thrust to the food processing sector in the country and create modern infrastructure with efficient supply chain management from farm gate to retail outlet.
Seema Darshan
Launched: January, 2016
To provide an opportunity to children to experience the border environment and to foster patriotism and nationalism among the students. To make students visit border areas of our country and present them before our soldiers. To showcase the tradition and culture of our country through traditional songs and dances.
Special home for widows
Launched: March, 2016
To provide homes to widows in Vrindavan. To construct special Homes on 1.424 hectare of land for 1000 widows at Vrindavan, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.
Science and Technology of Yoga and Meditation (SATYAM)
Launched: November, 2015
To strengthen research in areas of Yoga and Meditation. To identify various issues and challenges related to human well-being and address them. To investigate on the effect of Yoga and meditation on physical and mental health, and on the effect of Yoga and meditation on the body, brain and mind.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Trade Infrastructure for Export Scheme (TIES)
Launched: March, 2017
To bridge the infrastructure gap and provide forward and backward linkages to units engaged in trade activities. Provide assistance for setting up and upgradation of infrastructure projects with export linkages.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Udaan Scheme
Launched: 2013
To provide an exposure to the unemployed graduates to the best of corporate India. Reach 40,000 youth in J&K in 5 years.
Unearth Black Money
Bill passed: May, 2015
To unearth black money by enabling those with undisclosed income and asset located in India. NA


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana
Launched: January, 2017
To provide annuity payouts like an immediate annuity plan to senior citizens. NA
Visiting Advanced Joint Research Faculty (VAJRA) Scheme
Launched: May, 2017
To bring together the Indian scientists abroad and India-based researchers for conducting joint researches in India. To boost research work, and lead to newer, cutting edge technologies, which is needed in India.


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Indian Government Schemes – State Level

Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Adarsh Gram Yojana (Arunachal Pradesh)
Launched: March, 2017
To reach poor people in rural areas and serve them better. 123 villages will be developed as ‘model villages’ during the fiscal year 2017-18
Advanced Farming-Enriched Farmer (Maharashtra)
Launched: April, 2017
To increase farmers’ income by cutting production cost and increasing the output. To raise production of major crops, diversify crops, introduce marketing techniques, and unite farmers and make them financially stable.
Amma seeds (Tamil Nadu)
Launched: January, 2016
To increase agricultural production in the state. To encourage farmers to use certified seeds sold at reasonable prices.
Amma Call Centre (Tamil Nadu)
Launched: January, 2016
To make governance more accessible to public. To receive at least 15,000 calls per day by citizens, round the clock.
Aanandam Scheme (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: January, 2017
To help people in need. To make economically sound people donate items like blankets, frocks, sarees, jackets, books, pens, utensils, etc. to people in need.
Aarogya Raksha Scheme (Andhra Pradesh)
Launched: January, 2017
To provide health insurance cover to every individual. To render end-to-end cashless services for 1044 diseases under secondary and tertiary care through 432 government and private hospitals and provide health insurance coverage to about 35 lakh above poverty line families in the state.
Adapting Homes for the differently-abled (Haryana)
Launched: March, 2016
To provide pension in advance to differently-abled people. To give 6 months pension in advance to persons with disabilities for adapting their homes as per their requirement.
Apni Gaddi Apna Rozgar Scheme (Punjab)
Launched: July, 2017
To provide commercial two-wheelers and four-wheelers to unemployed youth at subsidized rates. NA
Arogya Bhagya Scheme (Karnataka)
Launched: September, 2017
To provide free medical treatment to the poor across the state. To cover around 14 million state households as part of UHC under the scheme.
Adarana Scheme (Andhra Pradesh)
Launched: April, 2017
To uplift and develop people belonging to backward classes. Provide financial assistance for the benefit and welfare of backward classes.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: October, 2017
For the welfare of farmers in the state. NA


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Chief Minister Scholarship Scheme (Punjab)
Launched: June, 2017
To provide technical education to meritorious and poor students. To give fee waiver to students scoring above 60% of marks.
Care Companion Programme (Punjab)
Launched: July, 2017
To improve patient care through better family engagement and education. NA
Chief Minister Samagra Gramya Unnayan Yojana (CMSGUY) (Assam)
Launched: February, 2017
To bring about paradigm shift towards holistic development of villages in the state. Bring a revolutionary change in the state by doubling the farm income by 2022


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Dulari Kanya Scheme (Arunachal Pradesh)
Launched: January, 2017
To check infant mortality in the state. Deposit 20,000 in the bank account of a girl child, born in any government hospital. It would be paid along with the accrued interest after she turns 18.
Durgama Anchalare Malaria Nirakaran (DAMON) (Odisha)
Launched: August, 2017
To prevent spread of Malaria in remote areas of Odisha’s Ganjam district. To hold 103 camps in next 3 months and cover 15,000 people.
Deendayal Rasoi Yojana (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: April, 2017
To help people get economical nutritious and good quality food. To provide meals at Rs.5 per plate for people.
Digital Dakiya Scheme (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: January, 2017
Use students to increase awareness of cashless transactions especially among the women and the elderly. To encourage cashless transactions in the state & spread digital literacy throughout the state.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Entrepreneurship Development Scheme (Mizoram)
Launched: January, 2017
To acquire sustainable resources, knowledge, and market which would be instrumental in the state governments efforts to achieve market economy from subsistence economy. Implement 17 sustainable development goals of the UN with minimum harm to the environment.
e-Health Kerala Scheme (Kerala)
Launched: January, 2017
To create an effective IT-enabled integrated framework to ensure effectual health care to the common citizen and create a centralized database of healthcare information. Create patient-friendly interface for the public health care institutions all over the state.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Free Power Connection Scheme (Uttar Pradesh)
Launched: July, 2017
To provide free power connection. To provide free power connection to BPL card holders across the state.
Free Surgery Scheme (Delhi)
Launched: July, 2017
To provide free surgery to people at private hospitals if they don’t get response for surgery at a govt hospital within 1 month. To facilitate 30 surgeries across 48 hospitals free of charge for patients referred by govt hospitals.
Farmers’ Debt Relief scheme (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: June, 2017
To provide farmers loans at low rates of interest. Provide loans to farmer’s at low interest rates to help defaulting farmers get loan. Compensation of Rs. 1 crore for the kith and kin of the dead farmers.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Gyankunj Project (Gujarat)
Launched: September, 2017
To produce world-class students. To implement the project in 3173 classrooms of standard 7th and 8th of 1609 schools.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Housing Scheme (Tamil Nadu)
Launched: March, 2017
For construction of concrete houses for the economically poor section of the society. To construct concrete houses for 50,170 beneficiaries in town panchayat limits.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Ksheera Bhagya Scheme (Karnataka)
Launched: August, 2017
To provide free milk to the school and anganwadi children for 5 days a week. To provide free milk to 65 lakh children studying in class 1st up to class 10th in around 51,000 govt schools, and 39 lakh students in around 64,000 anganwadis.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
LED lights, energy saving fans distribution scheme (Himachal Pradesh)
Launched: March, 2017
To promote energy saving. To distribute LED tube lights and fans across the state.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Mission Bhagiratha (Telangana)
Launched: August, 2016
To provide Safe Drinking Water in remote village areas in Telangana. To provide clean drinking water and sustain permanent solution to drinking water woes and rejuvenate more than 45,000 water tanks.
Mathru Poorna Scheme (Karnataka)
Launched: October, 2017
To meet nutritional needs of pregnant and lactating women in rural areas. To provide one nutritious meal daily to pregnant women for 25 days in a month in every district.
Mukhyamantri Santwana Harish Yojana (Karnataka)
Launched: March, 2016
To provide immediate medical relief to victims. To provide free treatment to accident victims for the first 48 hours in the nearest hospital be it Government or Private Hospital, with financial aid up to Rs.25,000 during the first two days.
Mukhyamantri Samoohik Vivaah Yojana (Uttar Pradesh)
Launched: October, 2017
To provide financial assistance on occasion of marriage of couples from economically poor backgrounds. To spend Rs. 35,000 for each couple, out of which 20,000 will be transferred directly to the bank account of the beneficiary.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Namo Yuva Rojgar Yojana (Maharashtra)
Launched: August, 2017
To provide job opportunities to unemployed youth in Mumbai. NA
Nai Manzil (Jammu and Kashmir)
Launched: January, 2016
Enable minority youths to seek better employment. To provide 3-month skill development training to girls from minority communities.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Social Security Yojana (West Bengal)
Launched: April, 2017
Welfare of unorganized sectors and self-employed people. To benefit 5 crore people; 1 crore people get direct benefit
Shala Siddhi Prohatsan Yojana (Madhya Pradesh)
Launched: July, 2017
To provide qualitative education to the government school students. NA
Solar Briefcase (Uttarakhand)
Launched: October, 2017
Provide power in every household in the state. To provide power to all non-electrified houses in the state by 2019.
Shaheed Gram Vikas Yojana (Jharkhand)
Launched: September, 2017
To uplift tribal areas. To develop villages by providing basic amenities to villagers and build 136 pucca houses in Ulihatu village.
Sampurna Yojana (Odisha)
Launched: September, 2017
To provide assistance for pregnant women. To cover all villages where ambulances cannot reach.
Swachh Andhra Mission (Andhra Pradesh)
Launched: October, 2017
To make the state Open Defecation Free. To equip all villages in the state with all facilities before 2019
Senior Citizen Health Insurance Scheme (Himachal Pradesh)
Launched: October, 2017
To provide easy access to curative geriatric health care services by way of additional cover. To provide coverage of up to Rs. 30,000 per senior citizen to existing RSBY smart card holders.
Single-woman Pension Scheme (Telangana)
Launched: June, 2017
To provide financial assistance to single-women. To provide single-women Rs. 1,000 per month.
SheMeansBusiness (Odisha)
Launched: August, 2017
To train women entrepreneurs. To give 25,000 women entrepreneurs and self-help groups training on digital marketing skills within next one year.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Rani Laxmi Bai Pension Scheme (Uttar Pradesh)
Launched: 2015
To provide financial assistance to the poor and backward class families living below poverty line. To give rs.400 to selected families every 6 months.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Tirtha Darshan Scheme (Haryana)
Launched: March, 2017
To enable senior citizens above 60 years of age and of Haryana domicile to go on pilgrimage within the country at government expense. Bear entire cost of tour of senior citizens belonging to Below Poverty Line families.
Test & Treat Strategy (Mizoram)
Launched: June, 2017
To improve treatment for HIV infected people. To give HIV infected people free ART irrespective of the CD4 count.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Utkarsh Bangla Scheme (West Bengal)
Launched: February, 2016
To give vocational training to school dropouts. Provide training ranging from 400 to 1200 hours free of charge.


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Name of the Scheme Objective Target
Water Resources Information System (Telangana)
Launched: August, 2016
To keep an eye on states water resources. To assess the accurate reserves of water in thousands of tanks and reservoirs across the state.