Central government is going to expand and universalize Scheme for Adolescent Girls (SAG) – SABLA. Subsequently, this sarkari yojana will help out of school girls in the age group of 11-14 years to get appropriate nutrition & health services. Moreover, this scheme will cover additional districts in 1 year up to 30 November 2018. Central
Central Government is going to provide funds for the setting up of Residential Schools for Girls. Subsequently, govt. will fund the construction of schools entirely for the girl children belonging to the Scheduled Caste (SC) Community. Moreover, govt. will provide money for the purchase of essential items like furniture, recreation and garden. The primary objective
Andhra Pradesh Government has launched Fiber Grid Scheme to cover every household in the state. Subsequently, govt. will provide 3 basic facilities – high-speed broadband service (Internet), television service (Cable TV) and telephone service (Voice Calls) at cheap prices. Accordingly, this yojana will cover 1.30 crore households, 10000 govt. offices, 50000 schools and 5000 public
Bihar government is going to provide BSMEB scholarships to the meritorious madrasa students. Subsequently, all the Fauquania (10th) and Molvi (12th) students securing first division in the BSMEB examinations will get scholarship. Accordingly, govt. will include names of students under Mukhyamantri Vidyarthi Protsahan Yojana (MVPY). However, only the girl students of 12th class will receive
Delhi government has launched 2 new schemes – Mission Excellence and Play & Progress Scheme as Free Sports Coaching Scheme to the students of government schools in Delhi. Subsequently, all the talented and emerging sportspersons will get coaching in their school playgrounds in their favorite sport. This scheme will ensure that all the students utilizes
Agriculture Department, Odisha government is going to start Fertilizer Subsidy Scheme from 1 February 2018. Subsequently, govt. will provide Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) to the retailers for the distribution of fertilizers to the farmers. Accordingly, this scheme will ensure that the subsidized fertilizers must reach only the selected beneficiaries / farmers. Earlier the state govt.
Central government is going to launch Market Assurance Scheme for farmers. Subsequently, govt. will provide price support to prevent distress sales of crops below the Minimum Support Price (MSP). Under this sarkari yojana, the state govt. will get the authority to procure all crops whose MSP are announced. Central govt. will provide compensation of 30%
South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) launches Atal Jan Aahar Yojana for poor people. Subsequently, people from the economically weaker sections can now buy meals (lunch) at just Rs. 10 from the booths of the civil bodies. Delhi govt. has started this scheme to provide nutritious meals to the needy people in a phase wise manner.
Central government approves bill to Increase Traffic Fines up to 10% annually for the violation of traffic rules. Subsequently, this bill will impose fines on drink & drive, talking while driving, rash and negligent driving, non wearing of seat belt and helmets. Lok Sabha passes this bill in April 2017 and this bill is pending
Transport Department, Delhi Government is going to launch the online process of transfer of ownership of vehicle in Delhi. People have to make lots of rounds to the Regional Transport Office (RTO) to transfer the Registration Certificate (RC) in their name. Now this online RC Transfer Process will reduce the hassle to make limitless rounds
Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Central Government approves Condonation of Delay Scheme 2018. Subsequently, this scheme will provide an opportunity of one-time settlement to the companies whose directors got disqualified after the govt. order earlier in 2017. Accordingly, this scheme will benefit around 3 lakh disqualified directors of companies. Central govt. penalized the directors for not
Madhya Pradesh Government is inviting application forms for the Rajya Bimari Sahayata Nidhi Yojana. Subsequently, all the families possessing BPL card will get free medical treatment in govt. hospitals. Accordingly, all the poor people holding BPL Card who are unable to afford costly treatment in the private hospitals can avail the benefits of this scheme.
Union Cabinet of Central government approves Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector (SCBTS). Subsequently, this scheme will provide skill development training to provide jobs in organized textile and other related sectors. Accordingly, govt. will spend Rs 1300 crore for this scheme for the period 2017-18 to 2019-20. Under this scheme, the central govt. will
Meghalaya government has launched CM Housing Assistance Programme for affordable houses. Subsequently, the state govt. is going to provide financial assistance and material for roofs of houses. Accordingly, this housing scheme will benefit the poor and economically weaker sections of the society. Henceforth, the state govt. will implement this scheme in both rural and urban
Odisha government has launched Ama Clinic Yojana and Anmol Yojana for better health care services in the state. Ama clinics will provide several additional health care facilities in the urban areas whereas Anmol Yojana is to provide tablet computers to the Auxiliary Nurse Midwifes (ANMs). Subsequently, these 2 yojana will provide latest and better health
Odisha government has launched Nidan Scheme to provide high standard health care services to the citizens of state. Subsequently, all the citizens will get free diagnostic services in public health facilities in the entire state. Accordingly, all the needy people belonging to the poor and economically weaker sections of the society can avail the benefits
Odisha government launches Sahaya Scheme in order to provide better quality of health care services. Accordingly, all the citizens will get free dialysis services at govt. designated hospitals across the state. Henceforth, all the poor and the needy people belonging to the economically backward sections can take the benefits of this health care scheme. Furthermore,
Central Government is going to launch Dynamic Flexi Fare Scheme in Indian Railways. Subsequently, govt. will provide discount on prices of tickets in case the seats lie vacant. Accordingly, this scheme is based on the concept of dynamic pricing policy. Henceforth, govt. will provide discounted fares to the citizens in all the non-booked trains. Central
GST Council of the Central Government rolls out PAN India E-Way Bill for goods transportation and makes it compulsory from 1 June 2018. Subsequently, all the transporters have to secure an electronic-way (e-way) bill for the transportation of goods of Rs. 50,000 or more value within the boundaries of state (intra-state) or outside the state