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Modi Govt. Schemes

August 30, 2018
Stand up India Schemes

“Stand-Up India scheme” was launched on April 5, 2016, by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a motive of promoting entrepreneurship at the grassroot level for creating employment opportunities and economic empowerment. The scheme is anchored by the Department of Financial Services (DFS). It is crafted after recognizing the challenges faced by the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and women entrepreneurs while setting up new businesses, procuring loans, and other support services from time to time. [...]Read More

July 2, 2018

Details of All Schemes Launched by Modi Government With 2019 Lok Sabha elections right around the corner, all eyes have turned towards the government’s performance in the past four years, scrutinizing. Modi government came to power in 2014, and since then, it has launched several schemes and initiatives. This is the last year for the BJP government to prove its worth before its performance is put to test in the 2019 elections. Several new schemes [...]Read More

May 14, 2018
4 Years of Modi Sarkar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn into office on May 26, 2014. The BJP-led NDA will complete four years this year as it readies to celebrate its achievements. Next year, the Prime Minister will lead the fight for re-election, and therefore, this is a good time to look back on the past four years and make a fair assessment of his government’s achievements and where it failed to make an impact. A good start is [...]Read More

May 13, 2016
Two Fiscal Years Modi Government

List of Popular Schemes and Campaign Launched By Modi Government Scheme Date of Launch Sector Objective Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojna Sep 25, 2014 Rural Development DDU-GKY is a Government of India youth employment scheme. It was launched with the aim to “Transform rural poor youth into an economically independent and globally relevant workforce”. Pradhan Mantri Make in India Sep 25, 2014 In House Manufacturing Make in India campaign was launched to encourage national, [...]Read More



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