Garib Kalyan Rojgar yojana 2020
This is the good news knowns for all formers, those has facing problems during lockdown, because farmers were not able to do their farming during the time of lockdown.
Now, The Government of India has decided to launch a rural public works scheme “Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan” through video conferencing from village Telihar in Khagaria district of Bihar on 20th June 2020. This campaign will work in mission mode for 125 days with an outlay of Rs. 50,000 crores.
Under this yojana :
· A total of 116 districts across six states, namely Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Odisha have been chosen for the campaign.
· These districts are estimated to cover about 2/3 of migrant workers.
· The chosen districts include 27 Aspirational Districts.
· The scheme will empower and provide livelihood opportunities to the returnee migrant workers and rural citizens.
· Aspirational Districts are those districts in India which are affected by poor socio-economic indicators.
· These are aspirational in the context, that improvement in these districts can lead to the overall improvement in human development in India (It is a NITI Aayog’s Programmed).
- 25 different types of works.
- To provide employment to the migrant workers on one hand and create infrastructure in the rural regions of the country on the other hand.
- The workers will help build gram panchayat bhavans and anganwadi centres, national highway works, railway works and water conservation projects, among others across six states.
12 different Ministries/Departments, namely, Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Road Transport and Highways, Mines, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Environment, Railways, etc. will be coordinating for the implementation of the scheme. The villages will join this programme through the Common Service Centres (CSCS) and “Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs)” maintaining the norms of social distancing in the wake of the pandemic.
To provide high quality and cost-effective video, voice and data content and services, in the areas of e-governance, education, health, telemedicine, entertainment as well as other private services.
A highlight of the CSCs is that it offers web enabled e-governance services in rural areas, including application forms, certificates and utility payments such as electricity, telephone and water bills.