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StartUp India Scheme – Government Programme

“All of us, in a sense, struggle continuously all the time, because we never get what we want. The important thing which I’ve really learned is how do you not give up, because you never succeed in the first attempt.” – Mukesh AmbaniSTARTUP INDIAPrime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi announced the Startup India programme on 15th August 2015. The programme aimed to boost the entrepreneurship and encourage startups in creating jobs for the Indians. It is based on an action plan aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures.HowSEE DETAILS

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DigiLocker---Online-Documents-Storage-Facility-by-Government-of-India
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 Personal identification documents and financial documents are very important. These documents are required for almost every financial transaction that you do and serve as different types of proofs. That is why it is imperative that all the important documents should be stored carefully. Stored documents are prone to theft, damage, soiling and misplacement. Moreover, even if you have the documents stored away safely, accessing them on the go is quite impossible. That is why you need to store documents in such a place where they would be safe and wouldSEE DETAILS

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Mid Day Meal Scheme in India – MDM

Mid-day Meal SchemeFood and education are two of the most important areas of concern amidst the poor population of India. People living with limited means have limited access to food resources and seldom enrol for a formal education. Children, who are the future of India, belonging to the lower income class don’t get these two basic necessities. Therefore, to promote education and to provide children with the basic nutrition, the Mid-day Meal Scheme was launched by the Government of India. The scheme was officially called the National Programme of NutritionalSEE DETAILS

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Pradhan-Mantri-Jeevan-Jyoti-Bima-Yojana
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Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana Having a term insurance cover which pays the family a financial benefit in case of premature death of a family member is important. The plan covers risk of premature death and pays the family a lump sum benefit on death of the insured member. If the insured member is the sole bread-winner of the family, the benefit received from term plan becomes all the more important as it provides the bereaved family with the much needed financial security. However, though term plans are quiteSEE DETAILS

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Digital-India-Programme
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Government of India with a vision of transforming India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge-driven economy launched Digital India Programme. To bring a transformative change in the country it started to focus on Three  IT’s 1) IT is Indian Talent 2) IT stands for Information Technology 3) IT stands for India Tomorrow Indian Talent + Information Technology = India Tomorrow Introduction: Indian Government with an initiative to make Government’s services available for the citizens electronically by improving digital infrastructure launched Digital India Programme. By increasing Internet connectivity and bySEE DETAILS

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Atal-Pension-Yojana
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  India’s population has been on the rise ever since we could remember. This drastic population rise may have caused more problems than we could have ever imagined. One of the major concerns in the country is the rising unemployment and lack of resources. Due to the shortage on the employment front, more people started working in the unorganised sector than the organised sector because they lacked the skills required for mechanised world. Because of the advancements in technology, people in the unorganised sector were exposed to the atrocities andSEE DETAILS

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Kisan-Vikas-Patra
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India Post apart from its postal communication services has an array of services related to finance which includes saving schemes of the Indian government. One of such saving schemes is Kisan Vikas Patra. It is widely popular amongst the lower income group as it not only gives them a safe investment vehicle but also an instrument that doubles their amount within the tenure. In India, where people do not have a proper idea of saving especially in the lower income group, saving schemes of this nature helps a lot. Especially,SEE DETAILS

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Pradhan-Mantri-Awas-Yojana
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The honourable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, launched the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Scheme (PMAY) on 1st June 2015. The scheme aims to provide housing facilities to those individuals who cannot afford big and expensive houses themselves. It also aims to provide housing to all individuals by the end of the year 2022, when India completes 75 years of achieving independence from the British Rule. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana has two components which are – Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urbana which aims to provide affordable housing to individualsSEE DETAILS

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NREGA-Job-Card
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In this section of the blog, you will find how you can be a beneficiary of NREGA (now MNREGA) scheme and also what facilities you are entitled to. This section also covers the employees’ allowances if no work has been allotted to the employee under the scheme. Process for Registration under the NREGA scheme: The application for registration can be made at a local Gram Panchayat. You can register yourself via three different modes: via the prescribed form, on a plain paper or orally as well. Household as a unitSEE DETAILS

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nrega-mnrega
government yojana

Our economy has been going through the problem of unemployment and joblessness since Independence. Joblessness has often resulted in rural distress forcing people to leave their houses and migrate to urban areas in search of jobs. The Government of India launched various schemes to help the rural poor. They launched Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana (SGRY) in 1999 and the National Food for Work Programme in 2004. The main objective of these schemes was to provide supplemental wages to the rural poor to help them fulfil their basic needs. Mahatma GandhiSEE DETAILS

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