About Chanderi

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Mission

Sponsored by the Central Government, this scheme endeavours to enhance the standard of primary education in all the 12 districts of Madhya Pradesh. It was introduced in January 2006 and is applicable till December 2010.

Prime Minister Rojgar Yojna (PMRY)

Sponsored by Central Government, this scheme endeavours to provide employment to more than a million persons by assisting the educated unemployed youth in setting up micro – enterprises. It was introduced in October 1993 and is valid till December 2010.

Deen Dayal Antyodaya Upchar Yojna

Introduced in 1993 and Sponsored by the State Government, this scheme seeks to provide free treatment to patients belonging to the BPL strata, and is applicable in all government hospitals. It also endeavours to provide social security cover to the economically underprivileged in order to safeguard them from indebtedness arising out of illness.
Free medical treatment up to a limit of Rs. 20000/- per family per is available in all government hospitals. In case of critically ill patients, the limit is being extended to Rs. 30,000/- per family per annum.

Vivekanand Samuh Beema Yojna

Introduced in 2006 and sponsored by the State Government, this Scheme endeavours to provide financial security to the people of Madhya Pradesh in the form of Vivekanand Samooh Beema Yojna Rashi.



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