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Important Prelims Questions on Schemes for Women - Part 1
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Women issues is the favorite of UPSC at all level of the exam. From prelims perspective schemes for Women are important.

Faizan Khan
An engineer from IIT Kharagpur with over 4 years of teaching experience in both IIT JEE & UPSC CSE.

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  1. Important Prelims Questions Schemes and Initiatives for Womern


  2. Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing which of the following schemes under Nirbhaya Fund? . One Stop Centre Il. Women Helpline Ill; Mahila Police Volunteer IV. Mahila Shakti Kendra a) I and Il only b) I, Il and Ill only c) II, Ill and IV only d) All of the above


  3. Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing which of the following schemes under Nirbhaya Fund? . One Stop Centre Il. Women Helpline Ill; Mahila Police Volunteer V. Mahila Shakti Kendra a) I and Il only b) I, ll and Ill only c) I1, IlI and IV only d) All of the above


  4. Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing which of the following schemes under Nirbhava Fund? Government of India has set up a dedicated fund called Nirbhaya Fund for implementation of initiatives aimed at enhancing the safety and security of women in the country. The Fund has been created as a corpus in public account in Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) Under the Nirbhaya fund, 22 proposals on women's safety and security from Central Ministries and State Governments amounting to Rs.2209.19 Crores have been appraised and recommended by the Empowered Committee as on 21.07.2017. Emergency Response Support System, MHA


  5. Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing which of the following schemes under Nirbhava Fund? Creation of Central Victim Compensation Fund (CVCF), MHA Creation of Investigative Units for Crime against Womern v Organized Crime Investigative Agency Cyber Crime Prevention against Women & Children Abhaya Project Proposal for safety of women and girl child, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh One Stop Centre, MWCD Universalisation of Women Helpline, MWCD Mahila Police Volunteers Scheme v Safe city project, Govt. of Odisha Nirbhaya Shelter Home


  6. Which of the following schemes is/are for Adolescent girls? Rashtriya Kishor Swasthya Karyakram II. SABLA III. Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana a) I and Il only b) I and Ill only c) Il and IlI only d) All of the above


  7. Which of the following schemes is/are for Adolescent girls? Rashtriya Kishor Swasthya Karyakram II. SABLA III. Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana a) I and II only b) I and lll only c) Il and IlI only d) All of the above


  8. Which of the following schemes is/are for Adolescent girls? Rashtriva Kishor Swasthva Karyakram A comprehensive program focusing on nutrition, sexual reproductive health, substance misuse, non - communicable diseases, mental health, injuries and violence Under this, Peer Educators are selected and trained on above six thematic areas V These peer educators work as a change agent helping in responding to their queries raised within their groups, pertaining to the above mentioned six thematic areas


  9. Which of the following schemes is/are for Adolescent girls? The scheme SABLA aims at empowering Adolescent Girls (11-18 years) through nutrition, health care and life skills education Scheme SABLA has two major components viz. Nutrition and Non Nutrition. Under the Nutrition component, the out of school AGs in the age group of 11-14 years attending AWCs and all girls in the age group of 14-18 years are provided Supplementary Nutrition containing 600 calories, 18-20 grams of protein and micronutrients, per day for 300 days in a year. The non-nutrition component addresses the developmental needs of adolescent girls. Under this component out of school adolescent girls of 11-18 years are being provided IFA supplementation, health check-up & referral services, nutrition & health education, ARSH counseling/guidance on family welfare, life skill education,


  10. Which of the following schemes is/are for Adolescent girls? guidance on accessing public services and vocational training (only 16-18 year old adolescent girls). It also aims towards mainstreaming out of school AGs into formal/non formal education. Nearly 100 lakh adolescent girls per annum are expected to be benefitted under the scheme.