Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana in Jharkhand for Mothers and New Born Infants

March 16, 2017 | Last Modified: March 16, 2017 at 12:02 pm | Category: Jharkhand

Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana is a new scheme announced by the chief Minister of Jharkhand for the welfare of mothers and newborn infants. The scheme was announced by the chief minister while addressing the Eastern Zone Conference organized by Jharkhand High Court and the Women and Child Development Department on 11th February.

Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana

Anyone would be able to contribute to the scheme. The details of the scheme has not been revealed yet because the scheme is not launched yet. The state government is working to build child reform homes and rehabilitation centers in Ranchi and Gumla where they would provide skill development training which would help to check migration among children. This would cost around Rs. 23 crore and will be borne by the government itself.

Model child reform homes has been constructed in Ranchi and Jamshedpur and the work is under progress at other child reform centers. Through a video conferencing, around 115 cases of juvenile justice were taken up of which around 17 cases were disposed off. Video conferencing facility would be provided at Hazaribagh child reform centers.

Panchayat Secretariat would conduct a survey regarding the number of orphan children in the area and these orphan children would later be admitted at these rehabilitation centers where they would be provided training and education for better future.

Besides the announcement of Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana, the government has also announced that new welfare schemes for betterment and upliftment of villages, poor, farmers and tribal will also be launched soon.

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