New Modi Schemes 2019

New Modi Schemes 2019
The Modi 2.0 Cabinet has launched New Schemes which will benefit the farmers and traders in the country

Under the PM Modi scheme, the Government of India is providing various types of welfare schemes to all the eligible beneficiaries of the country.  After becoming the Prime Minister in the year 2014, Honourable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has launched many schemes in the interest of the country.

Under PM Modi Yojna, various types of welfare programs are being run by different types of ministries in women welfare, youth welfare, agricultural welfare.

The purpose of all the welfare schemes is to make the country developed, improve the economy of the country, to provide good facilities to the citizens, good options for self-reliant living, health services, high employment, better environment etc.  To achieve all these objectives, PM Modi Yojana schemes are implemented from time to time by the recognized Prime Minister.

•National Education Policy Scheme

The Central Government has started the National Education Policy, under this scheme the policy of education in schools and colleges is prepared.  Under the National Education Policy, education from pre-school to secondary school will be universalized with 100% GER in school education by 2030. The government has made many major changes in the education policy, earlier the pattern of 10+2 was followed but now under the new education policy, the pattern of 5+3+3+4 will be followed.  In which there will be 12 years of schooling and 3 years of pre-schooling.  The main objective of the National Education Policy 2021 is to bring the education provided in India to the global level.  Through this scheme the quality of education will improve and children will be able to get a good education.

  • Antyodaya Anna Yojana

This scheme has been started by the central government to benefit the poor families of the country.  Under this scheme, a 35 kg ration will be provided per month by the government to the Antyodaya ration card holders.  The central government has taken another decision under this scheme that along with the poor families of the country, the differently-abled will also be given 35 kg of grain wheat at the rate of Rs 2 per kg and paddy at Rs 3 per kg every month under this scheme.  Antyodaya Anna Yojana is mainly reserved for the poor families of urban and rural areas who will be provided the benefits of this scheme.  

  • Savnidhi Scheme

This scheme has been started by the central government to enable the street vendors (small street vendors) of the country to start their own work afresh.  Under this Savanidhi scheme, a loan of up to Rs 10,000 will be provided by the central government to the street vendors (small street vendors) of the country to start their own work.  This loan taken by the government will have to be returned in installment within one year to the street vendors.  Under the Street Vendor Self-Reliant Fund, more than 50 lakh people, including vendors, hawkers, hawkers, street vendors, cart fruit vendors, etc., will be provided benefits from the scheme.

  • Prime Minister Atal Pension Yojana

Under Atal Pension Yojana, the central government provides various types of pension schemes.  By applying under the scheme, any beneficiary can secure his future and can get a monthly pension after 60 years of age.

  • Ayushman bharat scheme

Under this scheme, health insurance wants to provide good health services to the citizens of the country and various types of awareness programs are also being run by the government for the work of the scheme.  Under the Pradhan Mantri Ayushman Bharat Yojana, the central government provides health insurance up to 500000 to each beneficiary family and makes them eligible to get free treatment of serious diseases in hospitals.  Under this scheme, various government hospitals have been included by the government and treatment facilities are provided for more than 1350 diseases.

  • Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural and Urban)

Under this scheme, the central government will provide financial assistance to all the lower classes, backward classes, economically weaker sections and middle class people of the country who have raw houses or do not have their own houses. All the beneficiaries under the scheme will be provided by the year 2022.  

  • Ayushman Sahakar Yojana

Through the Ayushman Sahakari Yojana, good infrastructure will be provided for the Hospitals and school education. Under this scheme, a loan of 10 thousand crores will be distributed to the cooperative societies.  So that Sehkari committees will establish health facilities.  The sector of government medicine will be strengthened through Ayushman Sahakari Yojana and permission will also be given to open medical colleges and hospitals under this scheme.

  • Swamitva scheme

The main objective of the Swamitva scheme is to provide property cards to the homeowners of rural areas.  Through this scheme now all the owners of the houses in rural areas will have their property documents.  This scheme was started by the Prime Minister of our country Narendra Modi on 11 October 2020.  About 6.62 lakh villages will be covered under this scheme.  Now all the citizens of rural areas will have digital details of property through the Swamitva Scheme.  So that disputes will also come down.  Under the scheme, the record of the population of the village land will be collected by the revenue department.

  • PM Modi Health ID Card

PM Modi Health ID card was announced by the Prime Minister of our country Shri Narendra Modi on 74th Independence Day.  The complete medical record of the patient will be recorded under the PM Modi Health ID card.  It will work like an Aadhar card.  Through this card, patients will no longer need to maintain their physical records.  The complete medical record of the patient will be stored in this health ID card.  This card has been started by the government under the National Digital Health Mission.

  • Matsya Sampada Yojana

As you all know, the government has set a target of doubling the income of farmers by the year 2022.  Keeping this in mind, the government has started Matsya Sampada Yojana.  The objective of Matsya Sampada Yojana is to increase the export of the fisheries sector by the government.  Through this scheme, efforts will be made to increase the income of farmers associated with fisheries and dairy.  The government has set a budget of ₹ 20000 crore for Matsya Sampada Yojana.  Under this scheme, emphasis will also be given on fish farming in the sea and pond.

  • Kusum Yojana

Through the Kusum Yojana, farmers will be provided with solar powered solar pumps for irrigation.  The government has extended this scheme till 2022, under which a target of achieving 30.8 GW capacity has been set.  A budget of Rs 34,035 crore has been set by the government for the successful implementation of Pradhan Mantri Kusum Yojana.  Apart from solar pumps, grid connected solar power and other privatized power systems will also be provided to the farmers through the Pradhan Mantri Kusum Yojana.  So that the income of the farmers will increase.

  • Vivad se Vishwas scheme

The Vivad se Vishwas scheme has been launched by the government to resolve various tax matters.  All appeals under this scheme will be withdrawn by the Income Tax Department and the taxpayers.  Vivad se Vishwas scheme is specially for those people against whom an appeal has been made by the Income Tax Department at a higher forum.  So far 45855 cases have been resolved through the Vivad se Vishwas scheme.  Under which an amount of Rs 72,780 crore tax has been received by the government.

  • Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme

In PMFBY Yojana, the insurance of crops destroyed due to natural calamities will be given to the farmers directly in their bank account.  Under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, crop insurance up to Rs 2 lakh will be provided to the farmers of the country.  Interested farmers of the country who want to apply under this scheme will have to go to the official website of the scheme. I’m 8800 crores will be spent by the central government under this scheme.

  • Free Sewing Machine Scheme

Under this scheme, sewing machines will be provided free of cost by the central government to the poor and laboring women of the country.  With which the women of the country can start their own employment sitting at home.  Under the PM Free Silai Machine Scheme, financially weak women and labor women of both rural and urban areas of the country will be given.  Free sewing machines will be provided to more than 50000 women in every state by the Government of India.  Under this scheme, only women of 20 to 40 years of age (20 to 40 year old women can apply) can apply.  The main objective of this scheme is to make the women of the country self-reliant and empowered.