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Quick Revision : Important Government schemes : Part 7
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Target UPSC : Government Schemes Revision

Vaibhav Shivade
Unacademy Top Educator I Master in Politics | Teaching Experience | SET Qualified | CSE Aspirant |

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  1. SWAYAM To bridge the digital divide for students who have hitherto remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy . An indigenous developed IT platform that facilitates hosting of all the courses, taught in classrooms from 9th class till post-graduation to be accessed by anyone, anywhere at any time, free of cost. The courses hosted on SWAYAM are in 4 quadrants (1) video lecture, (2) specially prepared reading material that can be downloaded/printed (3) self-assessment tests through tests and quizzes and (4) an online discussion forum for clearing the doubts. Saakshar Bharat Its 4 broad objectives are- Programme Impart functional literacy and numeracy to non-literate and non-numerate adults


  2. 25.7. REVISED INTEGRATED HOUSING SCHEME 2016 Objective Salient features provide It has been launched in 1989 and has been revised many times till present. It provides housing subsidy of Rs. 1,50,000/- per worker in three installments directly To financial assistance to workers for The beneficiaries include workers engaged in Beedi/Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore & construction ofChrome Ore Mines (IOMC)/Limestone Ore Mines, Dolomite Ore Mines (LSDM) /Mica new houses into the bank account of the beneficiaries. Mines and Cine Industries, registered with the Labour Welfare Organisation


  3. 25.3. CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEME FOR REHABILITATION OF BONDED LABOURERS, 2016 Objective . To provide protection to the. Salient features It provides financial assistance for rehabilitation of a rescued bonded freed bonded labourers fromlabour eviction frothe1lakh per adult male beneficiary homestead 2 lakh for special category beneficiaries such as women and children 3 lakh in cases of extreme deprivation or marginalisation such as transgenders, women or children rescued from ostensible sexual exploitation or trafficking, in cases of differently abled persons, or in o To provide economic and o social rehabilitation of freed bonded labourers. situations where the district magistrate deems it fit. It provides for creation of a Bonded Labour Rehabilitation Fund at District level by each State with a permanent corpus of at least Rs. 10 lakh.


  4. 24.1.4. V DYANIAL Objectives Beneficiaries Salient Features anChildren ofWill enhance the community involvement (by involving Creating ecosystem, wherein education will be attached with imbibing knowledge and improving learning output. Government school, Government Aided school etc., volunteers like NRIs, retired teachers, government officials, defence personnel, professionals, etc.) in Government run elementary schools and effectively engage children in co- scholastic activities like- reading, creative writing, public speaking, play acting, preparing story books etc. . The programme has been piloted in 21 states


  5. 23.6. SWACHH BHARAT MISSION (URBAN) Objectives . Eliminate open defecation, Salient features The Mission will be in force till 2nd October 2019 Conversion of insanitary toilets to pour flushThe Mission has following components toilets, o Construction of Household Toilets, o Community and Public Toilets o Municipal Solid Waste Management, o Information, Education & Communication (IEC) and . Eradication of manual scavenging, collectiorn and scientific 100% processing/disposal reuse/recycle of Municipal Solid Waste Public Awareness, . To bring about a behavioral change in people o Capacity Building and Administrative & Office Expenses (A&OE) regarding healthy sanitation practices, Generate awareness among the citizens about sanitation and its linkages with public health. The funding pattern between the Central Government and the State Government/ Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) is 75%:25%(90%: 10% for North Eastern and special category states) . Strengthening of urban local bodies to design, execute and operate systems,


  6. 25.4. PLATFORM FOR EFFECTIVE ENFORCEMENT FOR NO CHILD LABOUR (PENCIL) PORTAL Objective Salient features To involve Centre,It is an electronic portal to combat the menace of child labour and trafficking State, Governments, civil society and the generalAt the State Government level the monitoring is to be done by State Resource public in achieving the Centre established at State Labour Department. At district level District Nodal target of child labour Officers (DNOs) are nominated to take action on the complaints of their respective free society District, It has various components - complaint corner, child & adolescent labour tracking system, NCLP (National Child Labour Project) and State Resource Centre. districts