[Rs. 1000] HP Swaran Jayanti Nari Sambal Yojana 2024 | स्वर्ण जयंती नारी संबल योजना | Social Security Scheme for Elderly Women

HP Swaran Jayanti Nari Sambal Yojana (स्वर्ण जयंती नारी संबल योजना) 2024, security pension of Rs. 1,000 per month to elderly women of 65-69 years of age without income limit, check details here
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स्वर्ण जयंती नारी संबल योजना: Himachal Pradesh government has launched a new HP Swaran Jayanti Nari Sambal Yojana 2024. This announcement to launch Swarna Jayanti Naari Sambal Yojna is made by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur in Budget 2024. In this article, we will tell you about the initial details of the new social security scheme for elderly women.

HP Swaran Jayanti Nari Sambal Yojana (स्वर्ण जयंती नारी संबल योजना) 2024

CM Jair Ram Thakur announces a new scheme “Swaran Jayanti Naari Sambal Yojana” from 2021-22. The main objective is to expand social security net for elderly women of Himachal Pradesh. All the eligible elderly women in the age group of 65-69 years, irrespective of any income criteria, will be provided social security pension of Rs. 1,000 per month.

This Swaran Jayanti Nari Sambal Yojana will benefit about 60,000 elderly women and an amount of Rs. 55 crore is proposed to be spent on it. The benefit of old age pension will be given to the senior citizens having no other Government pensioner in their family or who do not belong to a well off family. This will ensure that only the deserving get the benefit. Necessary guidelines will be issued separately in this regard.

Approximately, 6.60 lakh persons will be covered under different social security pension schemes with the implementation of these announcements. This will entail an expenditure of about Rs.1,050 crore.

Swaran Jayanti Sampark Sankalp Yojana

Under the ‘Swaran Jayanti Sampark Sankalp’, all Panchayati Raj bodies and Municipal bodies will be digitally connected through video conferencing in a phased manner. Rs.60 crore will be spent for the purpose.

Prakritik Kheti Khushaal Kisan Scheme

‘Subhash Palekar Natural Farming System’ being implemented under ‘Prakritik Kheti Khushhaal Kissan Scheme’ has been running successfully and has given encouraging results. 1,05,218 farmers have adopted this scheme. 50,000 more farmers would be brought under this scheme in 2021-22. In addition, 1,00,000 farmer families will be made aware about the benefits of natural farming. To create market niche for organic produce, it is proposed to register and certify farmers engaged in this practice and their produce will be branded. I propose a budget of Rs.20 crore for this scheme in 2021-22.

Swaran Jayanti Paramparagat Beej Suraksha Samvardhan Yojana

Our Government will start “Swaran Jayanti Paramparagat Beej Suraksha Samvardhan Yojana” to conserve and propagate traditional seeds in the State. Strategy will be chalked out to link propagation of seeds of local pahari pulses, traditional grains and off-season vegetables with the market. Self Help Groups, Farmers and Producer Organizations and Krishak Vikas Sanghs will be included in the scheme.

Swarn Jayanti Smridh Bagwan Yojana

I announce a new scheme “Swarn Jayanti Smridh Bagwan” to provide high density good quality plants to the
farmers at affordable cost.

Krishi Utpad Sarankshan (Anti Hail net) Yojana (KUSHY)

Under the Krishi Utpad Sarankshan (Anti Hail net) Yojana (KUSHY), agriculture and horticulture farmers will continue to get subsidy on hail net. This scheme is quite popular. I would like to apprise the House that the outlay for this scheme was just Rs. 2.27 crore in 2017-18. The scope of this scheme has been expanded immensely by our Government during last three years. I propose to continue this scheme in 2021-22 with an outlay of Rs.60 crore which is enhancement of more than 10 crore over the previous outlay.

Himachal Pushap Kranti Yojana

Green houses will be developed on 1 lakh square metres area at a cost of Rs.11 crore in 2021-22 under Himachal Pushap Kranti Yojana to boost floriculture. Rs. 543 crore have been earmarked for Horticulture Sector in 2021-22.

Swaran Jayanti SHG Sahyog Yojana

Self Help Groups need a range of specialist support services to improve their functioning and to take their products to the market. Best 100 SHGs will be provided performance based incentive to meet these objectives. Detailed guidelines will be issued in this regard at an early date. I announce to bring both these initiatives of my Government under a new ‘Swaran Jayanti SHG Sahyog Yojana’.

HIM IRA Rasoi (Canteen) Scheme

I announce to launch a new scheme “HIM IRA Rasoi (Canteen)” on pilot basis under which SHGs will run canteens in Technical Education Institutions and government offices to provide additional livelihood opportunities for Self Help Groups. The successful model of “She-Haat” started in Sirmour District will be replicated in other districts as well with the participation of Women Self Help Groups

Swaran Jayanti Super 100 Scheme

I had announced “Swaran Jayanti Super 100” scheme in my previous budget which aimed at providing coaching to the meritourious students for admission into professional institutions. I propose to expand the scope of this scheme and start a new Scheme “Top-100 Scholarship Scheme”. Under the scheme, best 100 students from all Government schools will be selected by the SCERT after 5th standard.

Him Darpan Shiksha Ekikrit Portal

Him Darpan Shiksha Ekikrit Portal’ will be developed to deliver quality education to increase effectiveness of education system. Portal will enable uploading of information pertaining to teaching learning practices and personnel matters through mobile application.

Sriniwas Ramanujam Scheme – Free Laptops to Meritorious Students

Under the ‘Sriniwas Ramanujam Scheme’, meritorious students are given laptops. Given the technological advances, alternatives to laptops are available. It is proposed to consider suitable modifications to the existing scheme. Outlay of Rs.25 crore is proposed for this scheme.

Mukhya Mantri Yuva Khel Protsahan Yojana

I propose to continue implementation of ‘Mukhya Mantri Yuva Khel Protsahan Yojana’ during 2021-22 also and propose an expenditure of Rs.10.22 crore on its implementation.

Mission Drishti

Mission “Drishti” will be started for free eye check up and providing of free spectacles to the students of class 6 to 10 in
Government schools. A detailed study to be conducted in collaboration with NITI Aayog to tackle the problem of malnutrition among children and women in the State. An amount of Rs. 250 crore will be spent for providing health related services under Ayushmaan Bharat, HIMCARE, Mukhya Mantri Chikitsa Sahayta Kosh, free medicines, Sahara, Sammaan etc.

Source / Reference Link: http://himachalpr.gov.in/PressReleaseSideMenu.aspx?Type=1&Data=28

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