Central Government Schemes And Programs 2022/23

Ministry of agriculture and farmers welfare

Agriculture minister:-Narendra Singh Tomar.

  1.          Pm Kisan.
  2.          Rythu Bandhu scheme by Telangana govt scheme.

1.   Pm Kisan

The full form of pm kisan is pradhan  mantri kisan samman nidhi.

In effect from 01/12/2018 but officially launched on 24th February 2019

Rs 6000 per year will be paid to each eligible farmer in three installments and will be deposited directly to their bank account.

On 01/12/2018  Telangana government started to provide the same facilities to farmers under the scheme Rythu Bandhu, before the central government launched the Pm Kisan scheme

  Rythu Bandhu

The first direct farmer investment support scheme, where cash is paid directly, started in Telangana

The scheme was first started by the Telangana government as the Rythu Bandhu scheme in 2018.

In 2019, Narendra Modi launched the scheme in uttarPradesh with the first installment as rs 2000 each to over 1 crore farmers.

In May 2022, the 11th installment of rs 21000 crore was released to more than 10 crore farmers.

Top 5 performing states under Pm Kisan :




Arunachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

·         Pmfby(Pradhan mantra fasal bima yojana)

The full-form of pmfby is pradhan mantri fasal bima yojana.

Center has notified a new campaign titled meri policy mere hath. this campaign has been launched under pmfby Pradhan mantra fasal bima yojana

·         the campaign is a doorstep distribution drive to deliver crop insurance policies to farmers under the Pradhan mantra fasal bima yojana

·         the campaign aims to ensure all farmers are aware of all information on their policies, land records, the process of claim and grievance redressal under pmfby.

·         The Pradhan mantra fasal bima yojana pmfby has completed 6 years of its implementation. It was launched by pm Modi on 18th February 2016 at Sehore, Madhya Pradesh.

MSME (Micro. Small and medium enterprises Ministry)

The full form of MSME  is Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Ministry.

Cabinet minister:-hon'ble Shri Narayan 

PMEGP:- Prime minister’s employment generation program.

Prime minister’s employment generation program PMEGP till the financial year 2015-26 with a total outlay of rs 13,554.42 crores.

Aim: to create sustainable employment opportunities for about 40 lakh persons in five years, by helping them to set up micro-enterprises in non-farm sectors.

Launched in 2008 by the ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises

Maximum project cost raised from rs 25 lakh to rs 50 lakh for manufacturing units and rs 20 lakh for service units from the current Rs 10 lakh

  1. ·         Department of telecommunications
  2. ·         Dak karma yogi for dak Sevaks and employees

       Minister- Shri Ashwini Vaishnav

Communications minister,  hon'ble Shri Aswini Vaishnav, and mos communications Hon'ble Mr. Devusinh Chauhan have launched dak karma yogi and an e-learning portal.

This portal is developed under the vision of mission karma yogi.

This portal will develop the competencies of about four lakh Gramin dak Sevaks and departmental employees.

      after the completion of the final assessment, a system-generated certificate will generate and sent to the trainee's registered email id automatically. 

·         Ministry of New And Renewable Energy

Minister:- hon'ble Shri Rajkumar Singh

Pm Kusum Yojana full form Pradhan mantra Kisan Urja Suraksha Evam Utthaan Maha Abhiyan Yojana

Pm Kusum Yojana launched on March 2019

Aimed at ensuring energy security for farmers in India, along with honoring India’s commitment to increase the share of installed capacity of electric power from non-fossil-fuel sources to 40% by 2030

The scheme aims to add solar and other renewable capacities of 25,750 MW by 2022

With a total central financial support of 34,422 crores.

This Yojana supports the farmers financially to install solar irrigation pumps for cultivation. Farmers will get a 60% subsidy to set up tube wells and pumps individually.

By the ministry of new and renewable energy.

Ministry Of Health and Family Welfare Ministry

Minister:- hon'ble shri  Mansukh Mandabiya.

Minister (state):- hon'ble Smt Bharati Pawar.

Q: - What is the main of the campaign launched to ensure complete covid – 19 vaccination in June 2022

Ans: - Har Ghar Dastak campaign 2.0


The special focus was in those in the 12-14 age group and precaution dose for those above 60

The two-month-long door-to-door campaign was run between june1 and July 31

The first Har Ghar Dastak campaign was conducted in November 2021.

Samridh: -

Samridh is an initiative of the government of India to improve the health infrastructure. The initiative is supported by USAID.

Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) NITI Aayog, and theUs agency for international development USAID announced a new partnership under the Samridh initiative.

Samridh- sustainable access to markets and resources for innovative delivery of health care.

Samridh combines commercial capital with public and philanthropic funds to drive greater resources toward market-based health solutions that can improve access to affordable and quality healthcare services for initiates most vulnerable.

This is complemented by a strong technical assistance and capacity

To build components, enabling enterprises to unlock new sources of capital

Through blended financing solutions, for long-term sustainability and expansion.

·         Identify and support a minimum of 35 to 40 healthcare innovators (over 3 years) by enabling access to affordable capital.

·         Mobilize a capital pool of 100$ million + from the private sector and bilateral organizations to support inclusive business models.

·         Strengthen comprehensive health care services focused on the vulnerable 40% of the population with a high disease burden.

·         Reduce the Out Of Pocket Expenditure (OOPE) for lower economic and underserved communities.


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