Government's Plan, Programme &
(1) Prerna:- The ‘janasankhya sthirata kosh (national
population stabilization fund) has to promote & under
take activities aimed at achieving population stabilization
at a level consistent with the needs of sustainable economic
growth. Social development and environment protectiony 2070
Prerna is a responsible for parenthood strategy.
It is monetary incentive strategy aimed at pushing up the
age of marriage of girls and delay the birth of the first
(2) National Rural Health Mission:- Launched in April 2005
the mission seeks to provide universal access to equitable,
affordable and quality health care which is accountable
and at the same time responsible to the needs of the people.
- It also aims to achieve the goals set out under
the national policy and the millennium
development goals during the mission period.
(3) Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna:- Launched by
ministry of labour & employment, govt of India to provide
health insurance coverage for BPL families.
- Beneficiaries are entitled to hospitalization
coverage up to Rs 30,000 for most of the disease
that require hospitalization.
(4) National Food Security Mission:-Sponsored scheme
launched in august 2007.
- Objective is to increased production and
productivity of wheat, rice and pulses.
(5) 15 Point Programme:-In Oct 2009 govt decided to
include 3 more schemes in the Prime minister’s new 15
point programme for the welfare of minorities.
Those are: -
- National rural drinking water programme.
- Urban infrastructure developed scheme for small
and medium town.
- Urban infrastructure and governance scheme.
(6) Bharat Nirman Yojna:- It is a time bound business
plan for action in rural in infrastructure .Under Bharat
nirman , action was proposed in the areas of:-
- Rural housing.
- Rural water supply.
- Rural electrification.
- Rural telecommunication connectivity.
(7) National Mission On Education:- It is a mission in which
provide through information and communication
technology. “SAKSHAT” one stop education portal was
launched on Oct 30 2006 by the president of India.
- Head of National knowledge commission:- sham
(80 Right To Education Act 2009:- Article 21-(A), as
inserted by the constitution (86th Amendment Act) 2002,
provides for free and compulsory education of all children
in the age group of 6 to 14 years as a fundamental rights.
Consequently the parliament has enacted this in April 2009.
- Free and compulsory education 6 to 14 age group.
- Will apply to all India except J&K.
- Provide for 25% reservation for economically
disadvantaged communities in admission in private
- A child who completes elementary education (up to
class 8) shall be awarded a certificate.
(9) Female Literacy:-It is a scheme to provide education
& related facilities to ST Students launched by ministry of
trial affairs in dec 11, 2009.
(10) Anil Kalkaska Committee on reforms in IITS:-it will
suggest reforms to make these elite institutions a global
(11) Yashpal Committee Report:- It was set up in 2008 for
higher education and research.
- It has suggested the scrapping of all higher
education regulatory /monitoring bodies and
creation of a super regulation.
- It also recommended that the deemed university
status be abandoned and that all deserving
universities be either converted into full fledged
universities or scrapped.
(12) National Rural Livelihood Mission:-Ministry of rural
development and panchyati raj proposed to restructure
the existing swarnjayanti gram swarojgar yojana into rural
livelihood mission to have a focused approach to rural
poverty eradication in a time bound manner.
(13) NREGA Renamed After Mahatma Gandhi:- On Oct 2,
2009 Government has changed the name of National Rural
Employment guarantee Act to Mahatma Gandhi National
Rural Employment guarantee Act.
(14) Chandra Sheker Panel:- on the recomandation of a
committee headed by cabinet secretary K.M Chander
shaker. Centre had increased the pension for retired service
(15) Rajiv Awas Yojna:-Ministry of housing and urban
poverty alleviation had launched the housing project
called the Rajiv awas yojna for slum dwellers and the urban
- Aimed at making India slum free in the next five
(16) Government Gave 50% Women’s Quota: - For women
in urban local bodies from 33 % to 50 % by the 108th
const. amendment act.
(17) B.K Chaturvedi panel to resolve the inter ministrial
issues to speed up the ambitious national highways development project taken up by the road transport and
(18) Librahan Commission:- It was set up in dec 16 ,1992
by the Narashima Rao govt. to probe the demolition of
Babri Mosque.The commission was initially asked to give
a report in three months, however it could do so only after
over 16 years that saw 39 sitting and 48 extensions, finally
on June 30 2009 it gave the report.
(19) S.D. Tendulkar Committee:-It is to estimate poverty
in the country. It’s said that about 38% of the country’s
population are living below poverty line.
This figure is 10% higher than the present poverty estimate
of 28.5 % by the planning commission.
(20) Moily Panel:- For administrative reform commission
it is the 2nd administrative reform commission.
(21) Unique Identification Authority:- Chairman of UID is
Nandan Nilekani. He revealed that the first set of 16 digit
unique identification number for citizen of the country
will roll out by the end of 2010.
(22) M.S Swami Nathan Panel:- It’s recommendation is
on coasted management zone.
(23) G.T Nanavati-Akshay Mehta judical commission:-
Probing the Godhra train carnage and post Godhra riots.
(24) Justice B.N Srikrishna is the head of the committee
on Telangana issue. The committee is requested to submit
its report by dec 31, 2010.
(25) Census 2011:-15th national census of India. President
being first person to share her details. First census was
conducted in 1872.