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List of Employment and Development Programs - An Overview

List of Employment and Development Programs - An Overview for SSC, SSC CGL

List of Employment and Development Programs - An Overview

Essential for All SSC Exams (Specially for SSC CGL)
  • Community Development Programme (CDP)- In 1952-Development of rural area economy by participation of villagers and utilise their rural property in a suitable way. 
  • Family Planning Policy (FPP)-In 1952-Control Population growth. 
  • Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS)-In 1954-Health development of Government employee and their family. 
  • Intensive Agriculture Development Programme (IADP)-In 1960-61-To section Loan, provide Machinery, Seeds and Extract. 
  • Intensive Agriculture Area Programme (IAAP)-1964-65- Especially development of Agriculture. 
  • Credit Authorisation Scheme (CAS) – In 1965 – Control of quality of loan given by RESERVE Bank. 
  • High Yield Varity Programme (HYVP) –In 1966-67 – Increase the production of grains by using latest seeds, fartiliser and modern machinery. 
  • Indian Tourism Development Programme (ITDP) - In 1966, oct., - Established Guest House and Hotels in various place of country. 
  • Green Revolution (GR) -1966-67 – Increase the production of food grains specially Wheat (Dr. M.S.Swaminathan founder of GR in India). 

  • Nationalisation of 14 banks – In 1969, July- Provide loan in Agriculture, rural development and other important development programme. 
  • Rural Electrification Corporation – In 1969, July-Electric supply in rural area. 
  • Housing And Urban Development Corporation – in 1970, April-Loan provide to Housing development and employee help. 
  • Scheme of Discriminatory Interest Rate – 172, April – Provide loan in a low rate of interest to weaker socialist. 
  • Employment Guarantee Scheme Maharashtra -1972-73- To help economically weaker section in rural area. 
  • Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP) - 1972-73 – Distribution drinking water to rural area. 
  • Drought Prone Area Programme (DDPAP) – 1973 – Reservation of underground water and balanced environment and controlling drought situation. 
  • Crash Scheme for Rural Employment (CSRE) - 1972-73- Rural employment. 
  • Marginal Farmer and Agriculture Labour Agency (MFALA) - 1973-74-Helpin small farmer and agriculture labour. 
  • Small Farmer Development Agency (SFDA) - 1974-75- support economically and technically to small farmers. 
  • Command Area Development Programme (CADP) - 1974-75 –to rapid and quality irrigation of large and medium projects. 
  • Twenty Point Programme (TPP) - 1975- Reduce poverty and quality of living. 
  • National Institution of Rural Development (NIRD) – 1977-Giving training, advice and investigation to rural are development. 
  • Antyodaya Yajana - 1977-78 – Economical support to giving poorest people of Rajasthan state. 
  • Training Rural Youth for Self Employment (TRYSEM) – 1979 –Provide training to rural area youth people for self employment. 
  • Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP) – 1980- Overall development By distribution of asset and property for self employment in rural area. 
  • National Fund for Rural Development (NFRD) – 1984- 100% Tax free to donate money for rural development project. 
  • Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) -1988 – To safely Investor investment in capital market and share market. 
  • Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (JRY) – 1989-Employment given to the rural area. 
  • Nehru Rozger Yojna (NRY) – 1989- Provide employment to Urban area. 
  • Agricultural and Rural Debt Relief Scheme (ARDRS) – 1990- To leave loan up to Rs.10000 of manufacturer and wavers in rural area. 
  • Supply of Improved Toolkits to Rural Artisans (SITRA) – 1992- To provide modern tools to embroiders labour, tobacco labour, and wavers in rural areas. 
  • Prime Minister Integrated Urban Poverty Eradication Programme (PMIUEP) – 1995-Taking project in 345 cities about poverty reduced where people live in between 50000 to 100000. 
  • Group Life Insurance Scheme (GLIS) – 1995-96- facility giving to rural people at low premium insurance. 
  • Ganga Kalyan Yojana -1997-98- Economical help to the farmer to utilise properly ground and surface water. 
  • Bhaggashree Balkalyn Policy – 1998- Development the condition of women. 
  • Rajrayeshwari Mahila Kalyan Yojana (RMKY) -1998- Provide insurance security to the girl. 
  • Annapurna Yojana - 1999 – supply 10 kg food grains to the senior citizen who do not get pension. 
  • Bharat Nirman Programme (BNP) - 2005- All round development in specially six thing i.e., Housing, Water supply, Electricity, Telephone, Road, Irrigation. 
  • National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) – 2006- 100 days employment project in rural area. It is totally centralised. 
  • Jan Dhan Yojana – 28 Aug. 2014- Specilly Insurance coverage and more bank account opening. 
Important Notes at a Glance: 
  • Marginal Workers: - Who wok less than 183 days in a year. 
  • Apex Bank for Agriculture loan: -  NABARD-1982
  • Agriculture tax collects by:- State Government. 
  • Loan for Industry development: - IDBI, IFCI, SFC BANK
  • One rupee note supply by: - Government of India finance department.
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