Programs and Schemes

Mukhya Mantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan

With a vision to find long-term solution for a water-sustainable Rajasthan, Hon’ble CM Smt. Vasundhara Raje announced her most ambitious scheme “Mukhyamantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan" (MJSA) to conserve and harvest rain water and make villages self-reliant even during drought periods. The programme has been designed in such a way that everything from planning to execution shall be followed in a participatory approach down to the village community level.

The scheme is created with the idea of natural resource management with hydrological unit as a base to develop water, forest and land. The purpose of this Mission on Water Conservation is to make villages self-sufficient in water use and thus provide a permanent solution to the demand of drinking water besides ensuring storage and conservation of water for making it available for irrigation.

Some of the key objectives of the programme are:

  • To create a water sustainable Rajasthan.
  • To increase the irrigated area.
  • Ensure effective water conservation through convergence of resources of different departments.
  • To create awareness about community participation in water management.
  • To prepare a village action plan through water budgeting via community participation.
  • To make the village a self sufficient unit in drinking water through sustainable measures.

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  Bhamashah Yojna

Bhamashah Yojana is a scheme introduced by the Government of Rajasthan to transfer financial and non-financial benefits of governmental schemes directly to beneficiary in a transparent way. The scheme was inaugurated by Hon'ble Chief Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje on 15 August 2014.

The Scheme is a family-based programme of financial inclusion, where each family-based is issued a 'Bhamashah Card'. The Card is linked to a bank account that is in the name of the lady of the house who is the head of the family. The card leverages bio-metric identification and core banking. Multiple cash benefits would be accessed through the Bhamashah Card and will be directly transferred to bank accounts of the beneficiaries. Non-cash benefits would be given directly to entitled beneficiaries.            

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Mukhyamantri Rajshree Yojana

Financial support in health and education of girl children of Rajasthan

Mukhyamantri Rajshree Yojana is a flagship project launched by the State. It aims to provide girls the basic right to birth. This scheme will provide financial support to girl students in the form of grants or ‘scholarships’ in schools.

The scheme was launched on March 8, 2016, on the occasion of International Women’s Day. All girl children of Rajasthan, born after June 1, 2016, will be liable to benefit from this scheme. This scheme comes under the Department of Women and Child Affairs, Government of Rajasthan.

Benefits under the scheme

The total financial support provided by this scheme is Rs 50,000, which will be provided in 6 different installments at pre-decided intervals.

  • Rs 2,500 at the birth of a girl child. The hospital where the child is delivered gives the cheque at the time of discharge.
  • Rs 2,500 when the girl turns one.
  • Rs 4,000 when the girl enrolls into Class I.
  • Rs 5,000 when the girl enters Class VI.
  • Rs 11,000 when the girl enrolls into Class X.
  • Rs 25,000 when the girl passes Class XII

Palanhar Scheme

Financial help for proper fosterage and education of orphaned kids

Palanhar Scheme aims to to provide family atmosphere to growing orphans who are living in state-run orphanages. According to the scheme, interested families, issueless couples or relatives of orphaned children are encouraged to take the responsibility of raising the children. And they get an honourarium in return.

Preference is given to relatives and acquaintances and each family gets the assistance till the child turns 18. No family is allowed to take more than two children but it's ensured that siblings are not separated.

Under the scheme, children between 0-6 years get Rs 500 per month while those between 6-18 years receive Rs 1,000 per month.

Shubh Shakti Yojna

Labour Department, Rajasthan Government has launched Shubh Shakti Scheme to protect and safeguard the interests of workers in general. The aim of this scheme is to provide financial assistance to the beneficiary’s adult and unmarried daughters or unmarried woman beneficiary for making them self sufficient, empowered and entrepreneur.

Eligibility:

  • Girl’s father or mother or both must be registered as construction worker for at least 1 year.
  • Incentives will be given to the maximum of 2 daughters or woman beneficiary and her daughter.
  • Woman Beneficiary should be unmarried or the age of beneficiary’s daughter should be minimum 18 years and unmarried.
  • Beneficiary’s daughter/woman beneficiary should have passed at least 8th.
  • Beneficiary’s daughter/woman beneficiary should have saving bank account of their name.
  • Toilet should be there in the house of beneficiary in case of his own residence.
  • Incentives will be given to the beneficiary after his physical verification as construction worker.
  • Beneficiary should be employed as construction labour for at least 90 days in one year period prior to the date of application.
     
Benefits:

Financial Assistance/Incentive of Rs. 55000 will be given to the beneficiary’s adult and unmarried daughter or unmarried woman beneficiary. Incentive can be used as per daughter/woman beneficiary’s discretion to receive further education or vocational training, to start own business, skills development, training, etc. and will be used for the marriage itself.
 

Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojna (BSBY)

The state government implemented the 'Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojana' to facilitate medical help to 67% population of the state, who are living below poverty line. Under the Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojna, an insurance cover of Rs 30,000 will be provided for common disease, while and Rs 3 lakh for severe disease.

Aim of the Scheme:

  • Improvement in health indicators.
  • Reduction in 'out of pocket' expenses and providing financial security to the poor against illnesses.
  • To hedge the financial risk of excess expenditure on healthcare by using Insurance as a tool.
  • To successfully roll out Government’s vision of maximum Governance and minimum Government.
  • Create a wide health database, which may be used in making policy level changes/decisions in future.
  • Bring a revolution in healthcare in rural area by providing stimulus to Private Sector to open hospitals in rural areas and reducing the increasing burden on Government facilities.


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Janani - Shishu Suraksha Yojana

The Scheme aims to bring down maternal and child mortality rate in the state. Under the scheme, the government will provide free treatment and transport facility to pregnant women and sick infants.
 

Entitlements for Pregnant Women

  • Free Delivery & C –Section.
  • Free Drugs & Consumables before, during and till 6 months after the delivery.
  • Free Diagnostics (Blood, Urine tests and Ultra Sonography etc).
  • Free provision of blood.
  • Free diet during stay.
  • Free transport from home to health institution, between health institution in case of
  • referrals & drop back home.
  • Exemption from all kinds of user charges.

Entitlements for Sick Newborn till 30 days after birth

  • Free and zero expense treatment.
  • Free drugs & consumables.
  • Free diagnostics.
  • Free provision of blood.
  • Free transport from home to health institution, between health institution in case o referrals and droop back home.
  • Exemption from all kinds of user charges.

 

Social Justice and Empowerment Department Schemes

Social development/ social welfare is an important and integral part of a welfare state which is also incorporated in directive principles of state policies in the constitution of India. The Social Justice & Empowerment Department, Rajasthan is primarily focussed and dedicated towards educational and socio-economic development of the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, Economical Backward Classes, Other Backward Classes, Special Backward Classes, along with welfare of specially abled, destitute and economically weaker children, women and aged citizens.                         

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