Hamara Telangana – Introduction – Schemes 

Hamara Telangana
Hamara Telangana
Hamara Telangana – VSC

Telangana Specials – Introduction – Schemes 

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New State of ‘Telangana‘ formed on 2nd June 2014 as the 29th State in India 

 No. of Districts – 31 

 Geographical Area – 1,12,077 Sq. Kms 

 Forest Coverage – 24.1%

Telangana State policies or Government schemes list 
Telangana State policies or Government schemes list 

Telangana State policies or Government schemes list 

No Poverty – 1.Aasara Pensions; 2.Financial assistance to Beedi workers; 3.Stree Nidhi Bank; 4.Economic support schemes to SC, ST, BC and minorities; 5.ST, SC sub-plans; 6. Purchasing and assigning of 3 acres of agriculture land to the SC women; 7. Three percent interest loans to SHG members; 9. Rythu Bima (Insurance)

 

Zero Hunger – 1.ICDS; 2.Girlchild Protection; 3.Kalyan Lakshmi / Shaadi Mubarak; 4.ASARA Pensions for widows; 5.Aarogya Lakshmi; 6.Economic Assistance to Beedi workers; 7.SERP – TRIGP; 8.Land distribution; 9.SHG bank linkage; 10.Sthree Nidhi; 11.Supply of 6 kg rice/person /month to 2.86 crore persons (1Re/ kg)

 

Good Health and well being – 1.KCR Kit; 2. Amma Vodi; 3. Arogya Lakshmi plus strengthening of Anganwadies; 4.Upgradation and strengthening of hospitals; 5.Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha & Homoeopathy (AYUSH); 6.Ambulance Service -Rural Emergency Health Transport scheme; 7. Upgradation of PHCs; 8. Strengthening infrastructure to CHCs and PHCs; 9. Establishing more trauma care centres

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Quality Education – 1.Residential Schools; 2.Nutritious meals program; 3.Welfare Hostels; 4.Coaching and skill development for formal and self-employment; 5.Coaching & Scholarships for higher studies in foreign universities; 6. conversion of welfare hostels into residential schools; 7. KG to PG; 8. Establishing education hubs; 6. Pre matric scholarships; 7.Fee reimbursement in the technical courses; 8.Entrepreneurial Development; 9.Construction of School and College Buildings; 10. Special schools for minority girls.

 

Gender Equality – 1.ICDS; 2.Girl Child Protection Scheme; 3.Kalyan Lakshmi / Shaadi Mubarak; 4.ASARA Pensions for widows; 5.Aarogya Lakshmi; 6.Economic Assistance to Beedi workers; 7.SERP – TRIGP; 8.Land distribution; 9.SHG bank linkage; 10.Sthree Nidhi; 11.Safety and security of Women (She teams); 12. Pension Scheme for Single / Destitute Women 

 

Clean water and Sanitation – 1. Mission Bhageeratha; 2. Swachh Telangana in line with Swachh Bharat 3. Sanitation programmes 4. Construction of IHHLs

 

Affordable and clean energy – 1. Make the State power surplus state through increasing the production of thermal, hydro and renewable energy; 2.Externally aided projects for high voltage distribution system (HVDS) and energy efficiency program; 3.Focus on renewable energy; 4.Solar pump-sets.; 4. Commissioning of new power projects; 5. Total install capacity of 23,912 MWs in coming 3 years; 6. Solar power policy

 

Decent work and economic growth – 1.ICDS; 2.Girlchild Protection; 3.Kalyan Lakshmi / Shaadi Mubarak; 4.ASARA Pensions for widows; 5.Aarogya Lakshmi; 6.Economic Assistance to Beedi workers; 7.SERP – TRIGP; 8.Land distribution; 9.SHG bank linkage; 10.Sthree Nidhi; 11.Supply of 6 kg rice/person /month to 2.86 crore persons (1re/ kg)

 

Industrial Innovation and Infrastructure – 1.Financial Assistance to Handloom & Textile Promotion; 2.Industrial Infrastructure Development; 3.Incentives for Industrial Promotion; 4. NIMZ; 5. T-PRIDE; 5. T-IDEA; 6.TS-iPASS; 7. RICH; 8.T-Hub; 9. Metro Rail; 10. Industrial corridors; 11. Road network; 12.providing doubling roads from mandals to district headquarters; core roads, district roads 13. Dry Port; 14. IT Policy; 15. Creating ease of doing business.

 

Reduced inequalities – 1.SC Sub Plan; 2.ST Sub Plan; 3.Programmes for Minority Development; 4.Programmes for BC Development; 5.Development of backward regions of the State; 6. Purchasing and assigning of 3 acres of agriculture land to the SC women; 7. T-PRIDE; 8.Providing free education to BPL families (financial assistance to students)

 

Sustainable cities and communities – 1.SC Sub Plan; 2.ST Sub Plan; 3.Programmes for Minority Development; 4.Programmes for BC Development; 5.Development of backward regions of the State; 6. Purchasing and assigning of 3 acres of agriculture land to the SC women; 7. T-PRIDE; 8.Providing free education to BPL families (financial assistance to students)

 

Responsible consumption and production – 1. Solid Waste Management; 2. Agriculture, horticulture marketing; 3. Godowns and cold storages; 4. Micro-irrigation 5.Rythu Bandhu Pathakam (Agriculture input support scheme)

 

Climate action – 1. Haritha Haram; 2. Afforestation; 3. Initiatives to promote biodiversity

 

Life below water – 1. Promotion of Fish and Prawn Production

  1. Dry Port as there is no coastal line
  2. In-land fisheries development

 

Life on land – 1. Haritha Haram (Afforestation); 2. Soil and water analysis and appropriate nutrition and cropping; 3. Mission Kakatiya; 4. Development of National Parks and Sanctuaries

 

Peace, Justice and strong institutions – 1. Grama Nyayalayalu; 2. Schemes for modernization Police Force; 3. She Teams; 4. Right to Information Act; 5. Legal aid to weaker sections

 

Partnership for the Goals – 1. TS-iPASS 2. T-IDEA, 3. Industrial Health Clinic 4. T-PRIDE; 5. T-Hub; 6. RICH

 

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