Prime Minister Modi has started a number of welfare schemes over the years for the country. The PM Modi Yojana has the main objective of empowering different sections of the country. The scheme aims to make citizens self-sufficient and provide benefits to different sections of the country. Different PM Modi Yojanas have been launched by the Modi Government from 2014 to 22 keeping in mind the needs and requirements of lower classes, economically weaker sections, and middle-class groups. In this article, you’ll find information on various welfare schemes that are being run by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India. Below is a list of those schemes.
1. Ayushman Bharat Scheme
In order to provide good health services, citizens of the country want to provide insurance and various awareness programs as part of the scheme. As part of the Pradhan Mantri Ayushman Bharat Yojana, the central government provides health insurance up to 500000 to each beneficiary family and makes them eligible for free hospital treatment for serious diseases. Various government hospitals have been included by the government and treatment facilities are provided for 1350 listed diseases.
2. Antyodaya Anna Yojana
In order to benefit the poor families of the country, the PM Modi Yojanas has launched Antyodaya Anna Yojana. Under this scheme, the government provides 35 kg of rations per month to Antyodaya ration card holders. A number of benefits will be provided to poor families, both in urban and rural areas, through the Antyodaya Anna Yojana, which is primarily reserved for the poor. Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan ji has said that deciding who will be the beneficiaries under this yojana ration card is upto the state government.
3. Ayushman Cooperation Scheme
With the Ayushman Sahakari Yojana, hospitals, health care for education, infrastructure will be constructed, modernized, extended, repaired, renovated in the field of health. This scheme provides cooperative societies with a loan of 10,000 crores so that Sehkari committees can build health facilities. The sector of government medicine will be strengthened through this Yojana. The permission will also be given to open medical colleges and hospitals under this scheme.
4. Svanidhi Scheme
A very recently started scheme by the central government,this enable the street vendors of the country to start their own work afresh. A loan of up to Rs 10,000 will be provided by the central government to the street vendors to start their own work. This loan has to be returned in installment within one year to the street vendors. More than 50 lakh people, including street vendors, hawkers, cart fruit vendors, etc., will be provided benefits from the scheme. Under the Street Vendor Self-Reliant Fund, interested beneficiaries of the country who want to take advantage of this scheme, can apply online.
5. National Education Policy Scheme
Under the National Education Policy, the Central Government has started a scheme for the policy of education in schools and colleges. Education will be universalized from preschool to secondary school with 100% GER in school education by 2030. The government has made many major changes in the education policy.From the 10+2 pattern to the pattern of 5+3+3+4 will be followed. There will be 12 years of schooling and 3 years of pre-schooling with the objective to bring the education provided in India to the global level. Through this scheme the quality of education is expected to improve and children will be able to get good education.