Central Government Complete List of Schemes Launched by PM Narendra Modi Till November 2019...

Complete List of Schemes Launched by PM Narendra Modi Till November 2019 [180+ UPDATED]

In the first term, Narendra Modi led central Government has launched several new social welfare schemes, initiatives and policies for the betterment of country & its citizens. After taking office in May 2014, many welfare schemes including the popular Jan Dhan Yojana, PM Awas Yojana, Suraksha Bima Yojana, Smart City Mission were launched.

Here we bring you the complete list of more than 180 (As per our knowledge and research) major initiatives, policies, web portals & schemes launched by Narendra Modi Government till November 2019.

The schemes launched by Narendra Modi government in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and till November 2019 also includes schemes of earlier governments which have either been renamed or amended or both. Ever scheme in the below given list of Pradhan Mantri Yojana is providing benefits to the general public of India in some way. Some of the schemes in the below Sarkari Yojana list are still being considered or in the planning stage and not launched yet.

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List of Schemes by Narendra Modi Govt. Till 2019

  1. PM Laghu Vyapari Maan-dhan Yojana or Karam Yogi Mandhan SchemeLaunched: 23 July 2019Main Objective: Rs. 3,000 per month as Pension to Retail Traders & ShopkeepersPM Laghu Vyapari Mandhan Yojana is a voluntary and contributory pension scheme for retail traders & small shopkeepers. Any hop owner having annual turnover less than Rs. 1.5 crore per annum can enroll himself. For this traders pension scheme, contribution is to be made depending on the age of joining and central govt. will contribute same amount. The minimum age of joining is 18 years while maximum age to join is 40 years. Under this National Pension Scheme for Traders & Self Employed Persons, all the enrolled traders will get Rs. 3,000 per month as pension on attaining the age of 60 years.

    Official Website: https://maandhan.in/

  2. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Mandhan Yojana (PMKMY Farmers Pension)Launched: 1 June 2019Main Objective: Rs. 3,000 per month as Pension to FarmersPradhan Mantri Kisan Mandhan Yojana is a voluntary and contributory pension scheme for all small and marginal farmers (SMF). Any farmer having land holding upto 2 hectares (5 acres) and belonging to the age group of 18 to 40 years can enroll himself. For this farmers pension scheme, contribution is to be made depending on the age of joining and central govt. will contribute same amount. Under this PMKMY Scheme, all the enrolled farmers will get Rs. 3,000 per month as pension on attaining the age of 60 years.

    Official Website: https://maandhan.in/ or https://pmkmy.gov.in/

  3. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi YojanaLaunched: 1 February 2019Main Objective: Rs. 6000 per annum to small and marginal farmers with land holding upto 2 hectares. All the farmers with land holding upto 2 hectares (5 acres) of land will get Rs. 6,000 per year in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. Farmers will get 3 minimum installments of Rs. 2,000 each with an outlay of Rs. 75,000 crore. Around 12 crore small and marginal farmers would be benefitted and installments would be transferred directly into the bank accounts of the farmers.

    Official Website: https://pmkisan.gov.in/

  4. Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan Yojana (PM-SYM)Launched: 1 February 2019Main Objective: Rs. 3,000 per month to unorganized sector workers Under Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan Yojana, govt. will provide Rs. 3,000 p.m after attaining the age of 60 years to ensure old age protection for Unorganised Workers. The unorganised workers mostly engaged as home based workers, street vendors, mid-day meal workers, head loaders, brick kiln workers, cobblers, rag pickers, domestic workers, washer men, rickshaw pullers, landless labourers, own account workers, agricultural workers, construction workers, beedi workers, handloom workers, leather workers, audio- visual workers and similar other occupations whose monthly income is Rs 15,000/ per month or less and belong to the entry age group of 18-40 years are eligible.

    Official Website: https://labour.gov.in/pm-sym

  5. Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya AbhiyanLaunched: 23 September 2018Main Objective: PMJAY will provide Rs. 5 Lakh health insurance for secondary and tertiary hospitalization. This Ayushman Bharat Yojana will benefit around 50 crore poor people and provide them cashless and paperless treatment in hospitals.MORE DETAILS: Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Abhiyan
  6. PM Rashtriya Swasthya Suraksha Mission (PMRSSM) – Ayushman Bharat YojanaAnnounced: 1 February 2018Main Objective: Provide Health Insurance cover of Rs. 5 Lakh to all Poor citizensPradhan Mantri Rashtriya Swasthya Suraksha Mission (PMRSSM) is a flagship National Health Protection Scheme of Modi government. It is commonly known as Ayushman Bharat Yojana which aims to provide health insurance cover of Rs. 5 lakh for secondary and tertiary hospitalization. This scheme will benefit around 10 crore families (50 crore poor citizens) across the country.

    Official Website: https://www.pmjay.gov.in/

  7. Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY)Launched: 4 May 2017Main Objective: Pension to Senior Citizens with more than 8% InterestPradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) scheme is to provide pension to the senior citizens on attaining the age of 60 years. People can purchase this LIC policy in a lumpsum amount with maximum limit of Rs. 15 lakh. The plan provides for pension payments of stated amount for the policy term of 10 years, with return of purchase price with interest of at-least 8% at the end of 10 years. Pension modes are Monthly / Quarterly / Half-yearly / Yearly.

    Official Website: http://www.licindia.in/

  8. Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha YojanaAnnounced: 2003Main Objective: Setup New AIIMS & Upgradation of Govt. Medical Colleges.Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) aims to correct regional imbalances in the availability of affordable/ reliable tertiary healthcare services. It also augment facilities for quality medical education in the country. The primary focus is on setup of new AIIMS and upgradation of existing govt. medical colleges.

    Official Website: http://pmssy-mohfw.nic.in/

  9. Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK)Launched: 2 May 2018Main Objective: Minimize the gap between national average and minority communityPradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) has been launched in order to reduce the gap between the National average and minorities on backwardness parameters. This scheme is Restructured MultiSectoral Development Programme (MsDP) and will provide better socio-economic infrastructure facilities in the field of health, education and skill development.

    Official Website: http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/

  10. Krishonnati Yojana – Green RevolutionAnnounced: 11 May 2016Main Objective: Increase the Production & Income of FarmersKrishonnati Yojana is the name of umbrella comprising all the schemes of the government related to crop husbandry including micro-irrigation. This scheme includes 11 schemes – MIDH, NMOOP, NMSA, SMAE, SMSP, SMAM, SMPPQ, IMACES, ISAC, ISAM, NeGP-A Schemes to benefit farmers.
  11. National Youth Empowerment Scheme (N-YES) SchemeAnnounced: 17 July 2018Main Objective: Military Training & Stipend to all 10th & 12th PassN-YES Scheme is being planned in order to provide 1 Year Compulsory Military Training with Stipend to all the 10th and 12th Pass Candidates. NaMo govt. will make this training an essential qualification after 10th and 12th class to secure jobs in Defence, Police, and Paramilitary forces. Around 10 lakh youths will be enrolled in the 1st phase for training. N-YES Scheme will also focus on providing a disciplined and nationalist Force of Youth.
  12. Ganga Vriksharopan AbhiyanLaunched: 9 July 2018Main Objective: Plant Trees on the lines of Ganga River. This campaign is to plant trees along the river banks of Ganga. The primary objective is to make holy river Ganga free from dirt and to improve the water level. Planting trees is essential for reduction in floods, soil erosion and pollution. Any Indian Citizen who wants to lend a helping hand can plant trees in Ganga Vriksharopan Abhiyan program under Namami Gange Project.
  13. Van Dhan SchemeLaunched: 14 April 2018Main Objective: To harness forest wealth & generate livelihood for tribal peopleVan Dhan Scheme is launched in order to harness non-timber forest produce and to utilize true wealth of forest (Van Dhan). This scheme will generate livelihood for tribal people. Govt. will promote and hold the collective strength of tribals through Self Help Groups (SHGs) to achieve scale.

    Initially, govt. will implement this scheme in 115 aspirational districts to utilize traditional knowledge and skill sets of tribals. This would be done through the establishment of Van Dhan Vikas Kendras where govt. will provide training for sustainable harvesting / collection, primary processing & value addition.

  14. Seva Bhoj YojanaLaunched: 1 June 2018Main Objective:Seva Bhoj Yojana will reduce the financial burden of Charitable Religious Institutions. Under this scheme, central government will waive off Goods and Service Tax (GST) on purchase of raw materials such as ghee, edible oil, atta / maida / flour, rice, pulses, sugar, burra for Langar in holy places. Now govt. will reimburse all the amount for providing free food to the public.

    Official Website: https://ngodarpan.gov.in/

  15. Restructured National Bamboo Mission under NMSAAnnounced: 25 April 2018Main Objective: Increase Bamboo Plantation & Raise Farmer’s incomeRestructured National Bamboo Mission scheme is to increase the net area for bamboo plantation in non-forest govt. and private lands. Promotion of Products development will be done at small, medium and micro levels to give it to larger industries.

    Official Website: https://nbm.nic.in/

  16. Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)Launched: 2008-09Main Objective: To generate Self employment and raise wagesPM Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) aims to generate self employment opportunities through establishment of micro enterprises in non-farm sector. This is a Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) and will help traditional artisans and unemployed youths to raise their wages. To avail subsidy, maximum project cost is Rs. 25 lakh for manufacturing sector and Rs. 10 lakh for business / service sector. For their business, people will have to pay only 5% to 10% of total project cost.

    Official Website: http://kviconline.gov.in/

  17. PMO Universal Social Security SchemeAnnounced: 23 April 2018Main Objective: Retirement, Health, Old-age, Disability, Unemployment and Maternity benefits to workers. PMO Social Security Scheme provides all the social security benefits to the workers across the country. Universal Social Security Cover is going to provide Retirement, Health, Old-age, Disability, Unemployment and Maternity benefits to workers. This scheme is going to provide relief to a million number of under-priviledged workers.

    Official Website: https://labour.gov.in/

  18. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS)Launched: 19 August 2016Main Objective: Skill training to ITI students / Freshers / MES Pass-outs / PMKVY candidates. In National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme, govt. provides Reimbursement of 25% of stipend (maximum Rs. 1500 p.m) to all employers who engage apprentices. The primary objective is to promote apprenticeship training and to incentivize employers who wish to engage apprentices. This will increase the engagement of apprentices from 2.3 lakh to 50 lakh by 2020.

    Official Website: http://apprenticeship.gov.in/

  19. Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Protsahan Yojana (PMRPY)Launched: June 2015Main Objective: Provide Incentive to Employers to Create More JobsPMRPY Scheme is specifically designed to incentivise employers to create new employment opportunities. In this scheme, govt. pays full employer’s contribution towards EPF & EPS both (w.e.f 01.04.2018) for new employment. This scheme will increase the employment base of workers in the establishment and thus a large number of workers find jobs in such establishments.

    Official Website: https://pmrpy.gov.in/

  20. Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme for Education Loans (CGFEL)Launched: 1st April 2009Main Objective: Education loan Guarantee Scheme. Students can take loans upto Rs. 7.5 lakh and the moratorium period of +1 year. To promote quality education, this scheme will cover loans to pursue professional / technical courses from NAAC / NBA accredited Institutions or Central Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs).

    Official Website: http://www.ncgtc.in/

  21. Central Sector Interest Subsidy Scheme (CSIS)Launched: April 2009Main Objective: Interest Subsidy on Education Loan Under Central Sector Interest Subsidy Scheme, Interest Subsidy is given during the moratorium period (course + 1 year) on Education Loan taken from the Scheduled Banks under the Model Education Loan Scheme of Indian Banks Association. All the students belonging to economically weaker sections who have taken loans and whose total annual parental income is upto Rs. 4.5 Lakh can avail scheme benefits. This subsidy will be applicable for Professional/ Technical courses in recognized Institutions in India.

    Official Website: http://mhrd.gov.in/

  22. Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)Launched: 2013Main Objective: Strategic Funding to State Higher Educational InstitutionsRUSA aims to raise the standards of state institutions and also to adopt accreditation as compulsory quality assurance framework. This will bring a transformation in the higher education system by creation of institutional structure, promoting autonomy and to provide good governance.

    Official Website: http://mhrd.gov.in/rusa

  23. Agricultural Mechanization Promotion Scheme for Crop Residue ManagementLaunched: 7 March 2018Main Objective: Promotion of Agricultural Mechanization for in-situ Management of Crop Residue to protect environment from air pollution, prevent loss of nutrients & soil micro-organisms which is caused by burning of crop residue.Agricultural Mechanization Promotion Scheme will promote in-situ management of crop residue by retention into the soil by using appropriate mechanization inputs.

    To creating awareness among stakeholders by demonstration, capacity building activities and differentiated Information, Education and Communication strategies for effective utilization and management of crop residue.

    Official Website: https://farmech.dac.gov.in/

  24. Driving Training Centre (DTC) SchemeLaunched: 7 March 2018Main Objective: To Ensure Safer Roads in India to enhance driver skills and to create employment. Central govt. has launched Driving Training Centre Scheme. Govt. will provide training to drivers through the use of World Class Technologies. To provide financial support to private participants to setup Driving Training Centers. Accordingly, to provide high level training to commercial vehicle drivers to improve roads and environment safety.

    Official Website: http://morth.nic.in/

  25. PM National Nutrition Mission (Poshan Abhiyan)Launched: 8 March 2018Main Objective: To tackle under-nutrition, anaemia, low birth weight Under Poshan Abhiyan, all the adolescent girls, pregnant women and children (b/w 6 months to 3 years) will get hot cooked meals. They can take ration at home which will tackle the problem of under-nutrition, anaemia, low birth weight and stunting. National Nutrition Mission is an overall Health Care Scheme which will eliminate malnutrition at its root. This will realize the dream of “Kuposhan Mukt Bharat”.

    Official Website: https://www.icds-wcd.nic.in/nnm/home.htm

  26. Vehicle Scrapping PolicyLaunched: 25 March 2018Main Objective: Scrap 15 Year Old Vehicles Under Vehicle Scrapping Policy, it is proposed to scrap 15 years or old vehicles. Govt. is keen to implement Voluntary Vehicle Fleet Modernization Programme (V-VMP) Policy to reduce pollution in the country. This will also give a boost to vehicle scrap business and thus to make it an automobile industry hub.
  27. Prime Minister Research Fellowship Scheme (PMRF)Launched: 05 March 2018Main Objective: Fellowship for Ph.D. ProgramsPrime Minister Research Fellowship Scheme aims to attract the best talent for Doctoral Studies (Ph.D.) programs of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc). This fellowship will be provided to carry out research in cutting edge science and technology domains with focus on national priorities.

    Official Website: https://pmrf.in/

  28. Operation Greens Mission – TOP SchemeLaunched: 1 February 2018Main Objective: Control Prices of Tomato, Onion, Potato Govt. will promote production of Tomato, Onion and Potato and incentivize TOP processing under Operation Greens Mission. Govt. will compress supply chains and will also provide an appropriate climate infrastructure for natural preservation of Tomato, Onion and Potato. Govt. will encourage various Farmers Producers Organizations (FPOs), agri-logistics processing facilities and professional management.
  29. Solar Charkha SchemeAnnounced: 5 February 2018Main Objective: Generation of Women EmploymentSolar Charkha Scheme will provide skill training to women and thus will create employment opportunities for them. This scheme will revive and promote Khadi. The main focus is to promote green energy and reduce pollution by the use of environment friendly Khadi Fabric. It is also emphasized that all the govt. undertakings will procure 20% of their requirements from MSMEs. This scheme wil promote Khadi and also eradicate poverty through direct and indirect intervention, support and service.
  30. Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthan Mahabhiyan – Kusum YojanaAnnounced: 1 February 2018Main Objective: To Provide Solar Agricultural Pumps for FarmersKusum Scheme has been launched in order to solarize agricultural pump sets to double the income of farmers by 2022. Now farmers can setup solar agriculture pumpsets on their barren land, generate and utilize the energy and sell the excess energy to DISCOMS to earn additional income.
  31. Gobar Dhan Scheme (Galvanizing Organic Bio-Agro Resources Dhan)Announced: 1 February 2018Main Objective: Manage and Reuse Cattle Dung in Farming to make India ODF FreeGobar Dhan Scheme will ensure managing and reusing cattle dung by farmers as compost and fertilizers in agriculture. Govt. will also encourage use of cattle dung as bio-fuel / bio-CNG. PM Modi asked farmers to convert waste into compost, bio-gas and bio fuel. This will reduce pollution and would result in generating additional income and thus will realize the dream of “Doubling Farmers Income by 2022”. This scheme will contribute to Swachh Bharat Mission.
  32. MNRE Rooftop Solar Power Plant Subsidy SchemeLaunched: 29 January 2018Main Objective: Setup Solar Rooftop Connections Now all the people in the social sector and residential sector can adopt solar rooftop connections. In this scheme, people will get 30% subsidy on the total installation cost under MNRE rooftop solar power plant connections scheme. Citizens can also avail home loans and Priority Sector Lending loans up to Rs. 10 lakh. People can consume their generated power and also reduce their electricity bills.

    Official Website: https://mnre.gov.in/

  33. Stree Swabhiman InitiativeLaunched: 27 January 2018Main Objective: Ensure Women Health and HygieneStree Swabhiman Initiative will focus on training and establishment of a sanitary napkin unit for women and girls to promote menstrual hygiene. Govt. will also provide support to village level entrepreneurs and Self Help Groups (SHG). The product (sanitary napkins) will be sold in the name of local brand and will be marketed by VLEs. Girls can get these sanitary pads from the CSC Centers in their villages.

    Official Website: http://streeswabhiman.in/

  34. City Liveability Index ProgrammeAnnounced: 20 January 2018Main Objective: Assess Living Conditions in Cities and give them Rankings MoHUA will implement Liveability Index Programme for cities just like Smart City Mission. In this programme, govt. will assess the living conditions in 116 cities including 99 Smart Cities and rank them on a National basis. This would be done on the basis of 79 parameters which includes 57 core parameters and 22 supporting indicators. Govt. is going to track their growth rate to ensure better life for their citizens.
  35. Khelo India School GamesLaunched: 31 January 2018Main Objective: Identify Sports Talent in School Children & to provide Rs. 5 Lakh ScholarshipKhelo India School Games is a national level programme which aims to identify sporting talent among school children. This would be done by organizing games at school level and the top performing candidates will be selected for further training. In this training, govt. will provide Rs. 5 lakh to each of the performing candidate and will make them capable of competing at the global level to earn medals for India.

    Official Website: http://kheloindia.gov.in/

  36. Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS)Launched: December 1993Main Objective: Overall Development of Constituency of MPs Under MPLADS Scheme, each Member of Parliament (MP) has the choice to suggest the District Collector to carry out development works in his / her constituency. They can carry forward the public welfare tasks upto a maximum limit of Rs. 5 crore for the MP funds.

    Official Website: https://www.mplads.gov.in/mplads/Default.aspx

  37. Swachh Surveskshan ProgramLaunched: 2016Main Objective: Create Awareness about Swachhta The prime focus of Swachh Surveskshan is to encourage a large scale citizen participation in keeping their surroundings and environment clean. This program will create mass awareness among all sections of the society to make towns and cities a better place to live in. This Survey will promote a spirit of healthy competition among towns and cities to improve their service delivery to citizens and to create cleaner cities.

    Official Website: https://www.swachhsurvekshan2018.org/

  38. Electoral Bonds SchemeLaunched: 3 January 2018Main Objective: Ensure Transparent Political Donation To ensure that all the political parties are receiving clean money which is not black money, central govt. has launched Electoral Bonds Scheme. Now if anyone wants to donate money to any political party then they can purchase bonds from SBI bank for 10 days in the month of January, April, July and October and pay money in party funds. Most importantly, the name of the owner of the bonds will not be disclosed.

    Official Website: https://www.sbi.co.in/

  39. Scheme For Adolescent Girls (SAG) – SABLALaunched: 27 September 2010Main Objective: Empowerment of Adolescent Girls In Scheme for Adolescent Girls (SAG), all the out of school girls in the age group of 10 to 14 years will get appropriate nutrition and health services. This would reduce the number of drop-out students and govt. will implement Kishori Shakti Yojana will this scheme. This will promote self development and empowerment of adolescent girls. One of the main task is to create awareness about health, hygiene and Adolescent Reproductive & Sexual Health (ARSH).

    Official Website: http://wcd.nic.in/schemes/scheme-adolescent-girls-sag

  40. FAME India Scheme IIAnnounced: 29 December 2017 (FAME India I in 2015)Main Objective: Make Transport System Electric Based Govt. is going to ensure that all the public transport facilities across the country like buses, auto rickshaw, taxis become fully electric under FAME India Scheme II. For this purpose, govt. will provide subsidy on the purchase of new electric vehicles or on the exchange of old petrol / diesel vehicles and on purchasing new electricity (charging) based vehicles. This will reduce the noise as well as air pollution which is at alarming level indifferent cities.

    Official Website: https://www.fame-india.gov.in/

  41. Market Assurance SchemeAnnounced: 27 December 2017Main Objective: Price Support to Farmers Govt. will launch a Market Assurance Scheme in order to ensure price support to rural farmers in case of distress sales. Central govt. is going to provide 30% compensation to the state govt. for losses in procurement. Farmers will get appropriate price of their crops. This will boost the agricultural production in the state and state govt. have the right to sell the procured goods anywhere.
  42. Atal Bhujal YojanaAnnounced: 23 December 2017Main Objective: Water ConservationAtal Bhujal Yojana is a mega scheme with Rs. 6000 crore allocation and is supported by World Bank. Atal Bhujal Scheme will improve the existing conditions of all river bodies. This will help in raising the ground water level and to meet the agricultural needs of irrigation.
  43. Sustainable Rooftop Implementation for Solar Transfiguration of India (SRISTI) schemeLaunched: 22 December 2017Main Objective: Incentive on Installation of Rooftop Solar Power Plants This Solar Power Plant Subsidy Scheme will provide subsidy to people on installation of solar rooftop. Govt. will provides incentives for subsidy to users of the residential sector at Rs. 18,000/KW which will get calculated at benchmark cost of Rs. 60,000/KW. SRISTI scheme will increase the use of solar energy in India and residential people can adopt for cleaner electricity generation mechanism.
  44. Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector (SCBTS)Announced: 21 December 2017Main Objective: Skill Development Training & Jobs in Textile Sector Govt. will provide various training courses compliant to National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) under SCBTS. These courses will be for skill development and would result in creation of jobs in the Textile sector. Around 70% of the selected candidates will get salary n wage basis.
  45. GST E-Way Bill (Inter State & Intra State)Announced: 18 December 2017Main Objective: Compulsory E-Way Bill for goods transportationNational E-Way Bill System is now made compulsory for transporters in all the state for movement of goods. To transport the goods from one state to another Inter State E-Way Bill is now compulsory while for movement of goods within the state, Intra State E-Way Bill is compulsory. While Police checking, transporters must produce unique E-Way Bill Number to the police for verification.

    Official Website: https://ewaybillgst.gov.in/

  46. National Ayush Mission (NAM)Announced: 18 December 2017Main Objective: Up-gradation of hospitals, dispensaries, educational institutions, pharmacies, laboratories. AYUSH stands for Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. This scheme will improve health services/education and cultivate medicinal plants in the far flung areas. National Ayush Mission will continue up-gradation of hospitals, dispensaries, educational institutions, pharmacies, laboratories etc. NAM also ensure co-location of various AYUSH services at Primary Health Center (PHCs), Community Health Centers (CHCs) and District Hospitals (DHs).

    Official Website: http://ayush.gov.in/schemes/financial-sanctions/national-ayush-mission

  47. North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme (NESIDS)Announced: 16 December 2017Main Objective: Infrastructure DevelopmentNESIDS scheme will focus on development of infrastructure in North Eastern States. The main aim is to ensure connectivity, power, education, health, water supply, tourism and to promote industrialization in the NE states. Central govt. will provide 100% funds for this public welfare scheme.

    Official Website: http://mdoner.gov.in/activities/nesids-guidelines

  48. Inter Caste Marriage Scheme for DalitsAnnounced: 7 December 2017Main Objective: Rs. 2.5 lakh on Marriage with Dalit Dr. B.R Ambedkar Scheme for Social Integration through Inter Caste Marriage has been revised to Inter Caste Marriage Scheme. Under this scheme, govt. will provide Rs. 2.5 lakh for all marriages in which either a bride or a bridegroom belongs to the Dalit Caste. The primary focus is to put an end to caste system and endogamy (process of wedding in one’s own community).
  49. Pradhan Mantri Powerloom Weavers Credit SchemeAnnounced: 29 November 2017Main Objective: Financial Assistance to Powerloom Weavers All the powerloom weavers will now get 90% financial assistance for their work. Technology Up-gradation will also be carried out to benefit all the workers in powerloom sector under Pradhan Mantri Powerloom Weavers Credit Scheme. This would be done by Sustainable and Accelerated Adoption of efficient Textile technologies to Help small Industries (SAATHI) plan. All the beneficiaries will get margin money subsidy of 20% of the total project cost. Long Term Loan facility would also remain available at just 6% interest.
  50. Pradhan Mantri Gram Parivahan Yojana (PMGPY)Launched: 2000Main Objective: Connecting Rural Areas with roadsPMGPY Scheme aims to connect rural areas with roads and to ensure better development of transportation facilities. New roads would be constructed to connect villages with cities or other villages under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY). The primary objective of PMGPY is to provide employment to rural youth with good roads and transportation. Govt. would provide interest free loans to Women Self Help Groups (SHGs) to buy commercial passenger vehicles.
  51. Shadi Shagun SchemeAnnounced: 9 August 2017Main Objective: Rs. 51000 to Muslim Girls Under Shadi Shagun Scheme, govt. will provide Rs. 51000 as wedding gift to all theF girls belonging to Muslim Community. This amount would be applicable to all girls from minority sections who have completed graduation. This scheme will ensure that girls from backward sections must get necessary higher education before getting married.
  52. Saubhagya Scheme – Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar YojanaAnnounced: September 2017Main Objective: Providing Electricity to All CitizensPradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (Saubhagya) scheme aims to provide electricity to each and every household in the country. Govt. will provide electricity meter connections to all the left out families who have still not received power supply even after 71 years of independence. This scheme wil ensure last mile electricity connectivity to all rural and urban households in the country.

    Official Website: http://saubhagya.gov.in/

  53. Revitalising of Infrastructure and Systems in Education – RISE SchemeAnnounced: 1 February 2018Main Objective: Infrastructure Development in All Govt. Higher Educational InstitutionsRISE scheme is going to promote Infrastructure Development in educational institutions. Govt. will provide low cost funds to all govt. higher educational institutions including Centrally Funded Institutes (CFIs) to promote higher education in schools. Govt. will also open new schools for Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates and will also promote programmes for teachers to provide quality education to students
  54. Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana (RVY)Announced: Budget 2015-16Main Objective: Provide Assistive Living Devices to Senior Citizens Under this Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana scheme, govt. will provide assistive devices to senior citizens who are living below the poverty line and facing age related problems. These includes problem of low vision, hearing, broken teeths, disability etc. All the equipment will be provided to old age persons absolutely free of cost. The devices will include Hearing aids, Wheelchair, Walkers, Crutches, Tripods, Spectacles and Dentures.
  55. Pradhan Mantri Mahila Shakti Kendras (PMMSK) SchemeAnnounced: 22 November 2017Main Objective: Mission for Protection & Empowerment of WomenPMMSK Scheme will ensure empowerment of rural women through community participation and to realize their full potential. The main objective of the scheme is to increase the care, protection and development of women across the country. Improving the child sex ratio, survival of new born girl child, girl education and to empower them through several initiatives are the main goals.
  56. Pravasi Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PKVY)Announced: 13 December 2016Main Objective: Providing Skill Development in Comparison to International StandardsPravasi Kaushal Vikas Yojana is going to provide skill development training to the youths in order to make capable of securing jobs outside the country. PKVY will enhance skills of youth in line with the international standards and help them getting overseas employment. This also includes pre-departure orientation training of language and soft skills.

    Official Website: https://www.msde.gov.in/

  57. Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan (PMSMA)Launched: 9 June 2016Main Objective: Free Health Checkup for Pregnant WomenPMSMA scheme will boost the healthcare facilities for pregnant women across the country. All the pregnant women will receive Kits / Minimum package after 4 months of their pregnancy to ensure their well being. This would also ensure good health for the new born baby. Free Health Check-up and Required treatment would also be provided on every 9 date of the month. This would reduce the Maternal Mortality Rate and will make them aware of health issues / diseases.

    Official Website: https://pmsma.nhp.gov.in/

  58. Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDISHA)Announced: 7 October 2017Main Objective: To make Rural Citizens Digitally LiteratePMGDISHA scheme aims to empower rural citizens with information, knowledge, skills and make them capable of participating in governance. Basic training would be provided on how to operate computer, digital devices (tablets, Smartphones), send and receive e-mails, browse internet, access govt. services, search for information, make digital payment etc.Official Website: https://www.pmgdisha.in/
  59. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada YojanaAnnounced: 18 April 2017Main Objective: Overall Development of Food Processing SectorSAMPADA Scheme stands for “Scheme for Agro-Marine Processing and Development of Agro-Processing Clusters”. Under this scheme, 7 schemes will get implemented which includes Mega Food Parks, Integrated Cold Chain and Value Addition Infrastructure, Creation/ Expansion of Food Processing/ Preservation Capacities (Unit Scheme), Infrastructure for Agro-processing Clusters, Creation of Backward and Forward Linkages, Food Safety and Quality Assurance Infrastructure, Human Resources and Institutions

    Official Website: http://mofpi.nic.in/Schemes/pradhan-mantri-kisan-sampada-yojana

  60. Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY) – Pregnancy Aid SchemeAnnounced: August 2017Main Objective: Rs. 6000 Pregnancy Aid to women Now all the pregnant women and lactating mothers will get Rs. 6000 financial assistance from the central government for the first living child of the family. PMMVY scheme would provide partial compensation for wage loss in terms of cash incentives so that the woman can take adequate rest before and after delivery of the first living child. This cash incentive provided would also result in improved health seeking behaviour among the Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers (PW&LM)

    Official Website: http://www.wcd.nic.in/node/712776

  61. Saur Sujala YojanaLaunched: 1 November 2016Main Objective: Solar Power Irrigation Pumps to Farmers PM Narendra Modi had launched this scheme in Chhattisgarh to provide Solar Powered Irrigation Pumps to farmers. Farmers will get subsidy on the purchase of agricultural pumps. These subsidized pumps will be of 3HP and 5HP on which subsidy would be provided under Saur Sujala Yojana. Farmers can utilize these pumps in irrigation and agriculture.
  62. Aspirational Districts ProgrammeAnnounced: January 2018Main Objective: Transformation of Aspirational Districts This scheme is based on 3 pillars – Convergence of Central & State govt. Schemes, Collaboration of Officers & Competition among Districts. 115 Aspirational districts (backwars districts) have been identified in India and to transform these districts, Aspirational Districts Programme has been launched. The primary focus will be on Health & Nutrition, Education, Agriculture & Water Resources, Financial Inclusion & Skill Development, and Basic Infrastructure.

    Official Website: http://niti.gov.in/content/about-aspirational-districts-programme

  63. Anti Narcotics SchemeLaunched: October 2004Main Objective: Prevent Drug Abuse & Trafficking This scheme will prevent drug consumption and combat illicit drug trafficking across inter state borders. Govt. will ensure reduction in demand and supply of drugs. The reduction in supply will include enforcement activities while the reduction in demand will include rehabilitation and de-addiction measures. Trafficking of narcotics drugs and psychotropic substances is a serious issue and needs to be tackled to ensure better future for youth.
  64. Samagra Shiksha AbhiyanAnnounced: 28 March 2018Main Objective: To Merge Educational Schemes into One Scheme Govt. has launched Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan to merge 3 existing Education Schemes – Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE). This scheme will provide assistance to the states to universalize access to school education from pre-nursery to class 12th. Sabko Shiksha, Acchi Shiksha is the core objective.

    Official Website: http://samagra.mhrd.gov.in/

  65. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA)Announced: 2005Main Objective: Provide 100 days Job Guarantee to Rural People This labour law will include non skilled labor and will provide 100 days job guarantee in any financial year. Right to Work is the core objective and every adult citizen will be entitled to work. In case the unemployment is not provided within 15 days of registration, the applicant will provide unemployment allowance. Minimum Wage will be provided on the basis of rates fixed by the central government.

    Official Website: http://nrega.nic.in/netnrega/home.aspx

  66. eBasta ProjectAnnounced: August 2015Main Objective: Easy Access to Digital Content This is a common platform where all the teachers, publisher, students come together for e-learning. Basta means school bag. Digital version of school books and study material will remain available on the portal. E-Books can easily be downloaded on tablets and computers. Students Identify bastas of interest and download. School / Teachers Browse content, pick what suits, organise into bastas. Publishers upload & manage content in the portal. This App is also available for download on the smartphone.

    Official Website: https://www.ebasta.in/

  67. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)Launched: ‎28 August 2014Main Objective: Financial inclusion and access to financial services for all households in the country.Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) is a national mission to bring comprehensive financial inclusion of all the households in the country. Under the PMJDY, any individual above the age of 10 years and does not ave a bank account can open a bank account without depositing any money.

    The scheme was to ensure the access to financial services such as banking / savings & deposit Accounts, remittance, credit, debit cards, insurance and pension in affordable manner. The scheme was mostly targeted to the people belonging to the Below Poverty Line but is beneficial to everyone who does not have a bank account.

    Jan Dhan Yojana has seen a great success, about 21 Crore accounts have been opened in just about one and half year under the scheme. Out of the total 12.87 crore in rural area and 8.13 Crore accounts have been opened in urban areas. Despite of zero minimum balance, there is 33074.89 crore rupees balance in these accounts with 28.88% accounts opened with zero balance.

    Official Website: http://www.pmjdy.gov.in

  68. Pradhan Mantri Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (PMSSY)Launched: 22 January 2015Main Objective: Secure the future of girl childSukanya Samriddhi Yojana is an ambitious small deposit savings scheme for a girl child. Under the scheme, a saving account can be opened in the name of girl child and deposits can be made for 14 years. After the girl reach 18 years of age, she can withdraw 50% of the amount for marriage or higher study purposes.

    After the girl completes 21 years of age, the maturity amount can be withdrawn including the interest at rates decided by Government every year.

    The investments and returns are exempt from section 80C of Indian income tax act. The maximum investment of Rs. 1.5 Lakh per year can be made while minimum deposit is Rs. 1000/- per year.

    In case of more than one girl child, parents can open another account on the different name but only for 2 girl child. Only exception is that the parents have twins and another girl child.

    Official Website: http://www.nsiindia.gov.in

  69. Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana (PMMY)Launched: 8 April 2015Main Objective: Financial support for growth of micro enterprises sector.Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana (Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency) was launched with the purpose to provide funding to the non-corporate small business sector. Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) is open and is available from all Bank branches across the country.

    The small businesses/startups or entrepreneurs can avail loans from Rs. 50 thousand to 10 Lakh to start/grow their business under the three, Shishu, Kishore and Tarun categories of the scheme.

    As per the official website of PMMY, 27344053 number of loans have been sanctioned under the scheme till 26 February 2016. The amount sanctioned has reached more than Rs. 1 Lakh Crore.

    Official Website: http://www.mudra.org.in

  70. Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY)Launched: 9 May 2015Main Objective: Provide life insurance cover to all Indian citizensPradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana is a government backed life insurance scheme in India aimed at increasing the penetration of life insurance cover in India. The scheme is open and available to all Indian citizens between the age of 18 to 50 years.

    Under the scheme, the policy holder can get a life insurance cover of Rs. 2 Lakh with an annual premium of just Rs. 330 excluding service tax. All the Indian citizens between 18-50 years of age with a saving bank account are eligible to avail the scheme.

    Official Website: http://www.jansuraksha.gov.in

  71. Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY)Launched: 9 May 2015Main Objective: Provide accidental insurance cover to all Indian citizensPradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana is also a government backed accident insurance scheme in India aimed at increasing the penetration of accidental insurance cover in India. The scheme is open and available to all Indian citizens between the age of 18 to 70 years.

    Under the scheme, the policy holder can get a life insurance cover of Rs. 2 Lakh with an annual premium of just Rs. 12 excluding service tax. All the Indian citizens between 18-70 years of age with a saving bank account are eligible to avail the scheme.

    Official Website: http://www.jansuraksha.gov.in

  72. Atal Pension Yojana (APY)Launched: 9 May 2015Main Objective: Increase the number of people covered under any kind of pension scheme.Atal Pension Yojana is one of the three Jan Suraksha schemes launched by PM Narendra Modi. APY is aimed at increasing the number of pension scheme beneficiaries across the country. The scheme is especially targeted to the private unorganized sector and is open to all Indian citizens between the age of 18 to 40 years.

    Under the scheme, the beneficiary have to make contribution for at least 20 years before he/she can get pension after attaining age of 60 years. The scheme provides a monthly pension of Rs 1000 to Rs. 5000 per month based on the contribution amount.

    Official Website: http://www.jansuraksha.gov.in

  73. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY)Launched: 25 June 2015Main Objective: Achieve housing for all by the year 2022, 2 crore in Urban and 3 Crore homes in Rural areas.Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana is an ambitious scheme of Narendra Modi Government. Under the PMAY, the government aims to provide about 5 Crore affordable homes to the people belonging to EWS and LIG categories by the year 2022. There is a target of building 2 crore homes in urban area and 3 crore in rural areas across the country.

    Under the scheme, the government will provide financial assistance to the poor home buyers, interest subsidy on home loan and direct subsidy on homes bought under the scheme.

    Official Website: http://mhupa.gov.in

  74. Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)Launched: 11 October 2014Main Objective: Social, cultural, economic, infrastructure developments in the villages, i.e. development of model villages called “Adarsh Gram” Under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, Members of Parliament (MPs) will be responsible for developing the socio-economic and physical infrastructure of three villages each by 2019, and a total of eight villages each by 2024.

    Official Website: http://rural.nic.in

  75. Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY)Launched: 11 October 2014Main Objective: Provide insurance cover to rabi and kharif crops and financial support to farmers in case of damage of crops. In order to make crop insurance simpler and cheaper for the farmers and to provide them with better insurance services, a Central Sector Scheme of Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) was launched by the Government of India replacing NAIS and MNAIS.

    Under the new scheme, farmers will have to pay a uniform premium of two per cent for all kharif crops and 1.5 per cent for all rabi crops. The scheme will be implemented from the kharif season of FY 2016.

    Official Website: https://pmfby.gov.in/

  76. Pradhan Mantri Gram Sinchai Yojana (PMGSY)Launched: 01 July 2015Main Objective: Irrigating the field of every farmer and improving water use efficiency to provide `Per Drop More Crop’. The scheme is aimed to attract investments in irrigation system at field level, develop and expand cultivable land in the country, enhance ranch water use in order to minimize wastage of water, enhance crop per drop by implementing water-saving technologies and precision irrigation.

    All the States and Union Territories including North Eastern States are covered under the programme.

    The government has approved Rs.50,000 crore for the implementation of Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana for next 5 years, i.e. up to 2020.

    Official Website: http://agricoop.nic.in

  77. Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKY)Launched: April 2015Main Objective: Implement the pro-poor welfare schemes in more effective way and reaches out to more poor population across the country.Garib Kalyan Yojana is a Poverty Alleviation Scheme, which is primarily a work shop that you can pay and attend. The effort of the campaign and workshop is to motive and appraise the member of parliaments to help them effectively implement the government run schemes for the welfare of poor in the country.

    Official Website: http://niti.gov.in

  78. Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Yojana (PMJAY)Launched: March 2016 (Expected)Main Objective: Provides drugs/medicines at affordable cost across the country. The scheme is a new version of earlier Jan Aushadhi Yojana, to be renamed as Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Jan Aushadhi Pariyojana, the scheme aims to open 3000 Jan Aushadhi stores to sell drugs at affordable cost.

    Under the scheme, over 500 medicines will be sold through Jan Aushadhi stores at price less than the market price. Private hospitals, NGO’s, and other social groups are eligible to open the Jan Aushadhi stores with a onetime assistance of Rs. 2.5 Lakh from the central Government.

    Official Website: http://janaushadhi.gov.in

  79. Make in IndiaLaunched: 25 September 2014Main Objective: To encourage multi-national, as well as domestic companies to manufacture their products in India and create jobs and skill enhancement in 25 sectors. The major objective behind the initiative is to focus on job creation and skill enhancement in 25 sectors of the economy. The initiative also aims at high quality standards and minimising the impact on the environment. The initiative hopes to attract capital and technological investment in India.

    Official Website: http://www.makeinindia.com

  80. Swachh Bharat AbhiyanLaunched: 2 October 2014Main Objective: To fulfil Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of a clean and hygienic India.Swachh Bharat Mission is being implemented by the Ministry of Urban Development (M/o UD) and by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (M/o DWS) for urban and rural areas respectively.

    Official Website: http://swachhbharat.mygov.in

  81. Kisan Vikas PatraLaunched: 3 March 2015 (Re-Launched)Main Objective: To provide safe and secure investment avenues to the small investors.Kisan Vikas Patra is an investment scheme wherein the invested money will get doubled in 8 years and 4 months. However, investors would not get any tax benefit for their investment in Kisan Vikas Patra unlike in PPF. The Kisan Vikas Patra certificates would be available in the denominations of Rs 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 50,000 and there is no upper limit on investment in KVPs.

    Official Website: http://www.nsiindia.gov.in

  82. Soil Health Card SchemeLaunched: 17 February 2015Main Objective: To help farmers to improve productivity from their farms by letting them know about nutrient/fertilizer requirements for their farms.The soil health card studies and reviews the health of soil or rather we can say a complete evaluation of the quality of soil right from its functional characteristics, to water and nutrients content and other biological properties. It will also contain corrective measures that a farmer should adopt to obtain a better yield.

    Official Website: http://www.soilhealth.dac.gov.in

  83. Digital IndiaLaunched: 1 July 2015Main Objective: To deliver Government services to citizens electronically by improving online infrastructure and by increasing Internet connectivity. The Digital India programme is a flagship programme of the Government of India with a vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. The vision of Digital India programme is to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.

    Official Website: http://www.digitalindia.gov.in

  84. Skill IndiaLaunched: 16 July 2015Main Objective: Train over 40 crore people in India in different skills by 2022. The main goal of Skill India Program is to create opportunities, space and scope for the development of talents of the Indian youth. The scheme also targeted to identify new sectors for skill development and develop more of those sectors which have already been put under skill development for the last so many years.

    Official Website: http://skillindia.gov.in

  85. Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao YojanaLaunched: 22 January 2015Main Objective: To generate awareness and improving the efficiency of welfare services meant for women. Now Central govt. has extended this BBBP Scheme Pan India ExpansionBeti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme is to have as focussed intervention and multi-section action in almost 100 districts with low Child Sex Ratio (CSR).

    Official Website: http://wcd.nic.in

  86. Mission IndradhanushLaunched: 25 December 2014Main Objective: To immunize all children as well as pregnant women against seven vaccine preventable diseases namely diphtheria, whooping cough (Pertussis), tetanus, polio, tuberculosis, measles and hepatitis B by 2020. The aim of Mission Indradhanush is to achieve full immunization in 352 districts which includes 279 mid priority districts, 33 districts from the North East states and 40 districts from phase one where huge number of missed out children were detected.

    Official Website: http://www.missionindradhanush.in

  87. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY)Launched: 25 July 2015Main Objective: Electric supply feeder separation (rural households & agricultural) and strengthening of sub-transmission & distribution infrastructure including metering at all levels in rural areas. DDUGJY will help in providing round the clock power to rural households and adequate power to agricultural consumers. The earlier scheme for rural electrification viz. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) has been subsumed in the new scheme as its rural electrification component.

    Official Website: http://powermin.nic.in

  88. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDUGKY)Launched: 25 July 2015Main Objective: To achieve inclusive growth, by developing skills and productive capacity of the rural youth from poor families. DDU-GKY aims to train rural youth who are poor and provide them with jobs having regular monthly wages. It is one of the cluster initiatives of the Ministry of Rural Development that seeks to promote rural livelihoods. It is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) – the Mission for poverty reduction called Aajeevika.

    Official Website: http://ddugky.gov.in

  89. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Shramev Jayate Yojana (PDUSJY)Launched: 16 October 2014Main Objective: To consolidate information of Labour Inspection and its enforcement through a unified web portal, which will lead to transparency and accountability in inspections. A Unified Labour Portal, known as the Shram Suvidha portal was launched under the scheme as a platform to facilitate the implementation of a transparent system for information and database management.

    Official Website: https://www.efilelabourreturn.gov.in

  90. Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT)Launched: 24 June 2015Main Objective: Providing basic services (e.g. water supply, sewerage, urban transport) to households and build amenities in cities which will improve the quality of life for all, especially the poor and the disadvantaged. The purpose of Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation – AMRUT Scheme is to (i) ensure that every household has access to a tap with assured supply of water and a sewerage connection; (ii) increase the amenity value of cities by developing greenery and well maintained open spaces (e.g. parks); and (iii) reduce pollution by switching to public transport or constructing facilities for non-motorized transport (e.g. walking and cycling).

    Official Website: http://amrut.gov.in

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  91. Swadesh Darshan YojanaLaunched: 09 March 2015Main Objective: Develop world class tourism infrastructure. As part of the Swadesh Darshan Scheme, theme based tourism circuits (TBCT) around specific themes such as religion, culture, ethnicity, niche, etc. are identified for infrastructure development across the country.

    Official Website: http://tourism.gov.in

  92. PRASAD (Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive)Launched: 09 March 2015Main Objective: Develop world class tourism infrastructure in Amritsar, Ajmer, Amaravati, Dwaraka, Gaya, Kanchipuram, Kedarnath, Kamakhya, Mathura, Puri, Varanasi and Vellankani. PRASAD scheme aims to create spiritual centres for tourism development within the nation. As part of mission strategy, religious destinations that have potential to be show-cased as world-class tourism products are identified and infrastructure is developed on a priority basis.

    Official Website: http://tourism.gov.in

  93. National Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY)Launched: 21 January 2015Main Objective: Bringing together urban planning, economic growth and heritage conservation in an inclusive manner to preserve the heritage character of each Heritage City. With a duration of 27 months (completing in March 2017) and a total outlay of INR 500 Crores, the Scheme is being implemented in 12 identified Cities namely, Ajmer, Amaravati, Amritsar, Badami, Dwarka, Gaya, Kanchipuram, Mathura, Puri, Varanasi, Velankanni and Warangal. The scheme is implemented in a mission mode.

    Official Website: http://hridayindia.in

  94. Udaan SchemeLaunched: 14 November 2014Main Objective: Encouraging girls for higher technical education and aims to provide a platform that empowers girl students and provides them with better learning opportunities. It is a mentoring and scholarship scheme to enable meritorious girl students to transit from schools to technical education without much difficulty and also aims to enrich and enhance teaching and learning of mathematics and science at senior secondary school level by providing free online resources for all.

    Official Website: http://mhrd.gov.in

  95. National Bal Swachhta MissionLaunched: 14 November 2014Main Objective: To provide hygienic and clean environment, food, drinking water, toilets, schools and other surroundings to the children. The Bal Swachhta Mission is a part of the nationwide sanitation initiative of ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ launched by the Prime Minister on 2nd October, 2014.

    Official Website: http://wcd.nic.in

  96. One Rank One Pension (OROP) SchemeLaunched: NAMain Objective: To provide same pension, for same rank, for same length of service, irrespective of the date of retirement.

    Official Website: http://wcd.nic.in

  97. Smart City MissionLaunched: 25 June 2015Main Objective: To develop 100 cities all over the country making them citizen friendly and sustainable Under the Smart City Mission, the NDA Government aims to develop smart cities equipped with basic infrastructure and offer a good quality of life through smart solutions. Assured water and power supply, sanitation and solid waste management, efficient urban mobility and public transport, robust IT connectivity, e-governance and citizen participation along with safety of its citizens are some of the likely attributes of these smart cities.

    Official Website: http://smartcities.gov.in

  98. Gold Monetisation SchemesLaunched: 04 November 2015Main Objective: To reduce the reliance on gold imports over time. The programme is to lure tonnes of gold from households into the banking system. Under the scheme, people can deposit gold into the banks and earn interest based on the value of the gold.

    Official Website: http://finmin.nic.in

  99. Startup India, Standup IndiaLaunched: ‎16 January 2016Main Objective: To provide support to all start-up businesses in all aspects of doing business in India. Under the Startup India, Standup India scheme, the start-ups will adopt self-certification to reduce the regulatory liabilities. An online portal, in the shape of a mobile application, will be launched to help start-up founders to easily register. The app is scheduled to be launched on April 1.

    Official Website: http://finmin.nic.in

  100. Digi LockerLaunched: ‎01 July 2015Main Objective: To provide a secure dedicated personal electronic space for storing the documents of resident Indian citizens.Digilocker is a part of Digital India programme, Digital Locker has been designed to reduce the administrative overhead of government departments and agencies created due to paper work.

    It will also make it easy for the residents to receive services by saving time and effort as their documents will now be available anytime, anywhere and can be shared electronically.

    Official Website: https://digilocker.gov.in

  101. Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS)Launched: ‎18 September 2015Main Objective: To ensure 24/7 power for all. The Government of India will provide financial support of Rs. 45,800 crore over the entire implementation period of IPDS under which strengthening of sub-transmission network, metering, IT application, customer care Services, provisioning of solar panels will be implemented.

    Official Website: http://www.apdrp.gov.in

  102. Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban MissionLaunched: ‎21 February 2016Main Objective: To create 300 rural clusters across the country and strengthen financial, job, and lifestyle facilities in rural areas.Rurban Mission is a solution for both villages and cities in the country that would promote growth of villages and its residents at the place where they are. Under the mission, the government will identify and develop 300 rural clusters with urban like facilities in the next 3 years.

    Official Website: http://rurban.gov.in

  103. Sagarmala ProjectLaunched: ‎31 July 2015Main Objective: To transform the existing ports into modern world class ports. The prime objective of the Sagarmala project is to promote port-led direct and indirect development and to provide infrastructure to transport goods to and from ports quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.

    The Sagarmala Project, aimed at port-led development in coastal areas, is bound to boost the country’s economy and the government has lined up about Rs 70,000 crore for its 12 major ports only

    Official Website: http://shipping.nic.in

  104. ‘Prakash Path’ – ‘Way to Light’ – The National LED ProgrammeLaunched: ‎05 January 2015Main Objective: To distribute LED bulbs and decrease the power consumption. This is one of the many schemes launched by Narendra Modi government India. The programme has been launched to distribute and encourage the use of LED light bulbs to save both cost and consumption.

    Official Website: http://powermin.nic.in

  105. UJWAL Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY)Launched: ‎20 November 2015Main Objective: To obtain operational and financial turnaround of State owned Power Distribution Companies (DISCOMs). The Scheme aims to reduce the interest burden, reduce the cost of power, reduce power losses in Distribution sector, and improve operational efficiency of DISCOMs.

    Official Website: http://powermin.nic.in

  106. Vikalp SchemeLaunched: ‎01 November 2015Main Objective: For confirmed accommodation in next alternative train for the waitlisted passengers. Vikalp scheme is available only for the tickets booked through internet for six months and option will be limited to mail and express trains running on Delhi-Lucknow and Delhi-Jammu sectors.

    Official Website: http://powermin.nic.in

  107. National Sports Talent Search Scheme (NSTSS)Launched: ‎20 February 2015Main Objective: To Identify sporting talent among students in the age group of 8–12 years. The scheme is being implemented by the Sports Authority of India (SAI), under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports for spotting talented young children in the age group of 8-14 years from schools and nurturing them by providing scientific training.

    Official Website: http://www.sportsauthorityofindia.nic.in

  108. Rashtriya Gokul MissionLaunched: ‎16 December 2014Main Objective: To conserve and develop indigenous bovine breeds. Rashtriya Gokul Mission aims to conserve and develop indigenous breeds in a focused and scientific manner. It is a focussed project under National Programme for Bovine Breeding and Dairy Development, with an outlay of Rs 500 crore during the 12th Five Year Plan.

    Official Website: http://dahd.nic.in

  109. PAHAL – Direct Benefits Transfer for LPG (DBTL) Consumers SchemeLaunched: ‎01 January 2015Main Objective: To send the subsidy money of LPG cylinders directly into the bank accounts of the consumers and increase efficiency & transparency in the whole system. Under the scheme, the LPG consumer can now receive subsidy in his bank account by two methods. Such a consumer will be called CTC (Cash Transfer Compliant) once he joins the scheme and is ready to receive subsidy in the bank account.

    Official Website: http://dahd.nic.in

  110. The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI AAYOG)Launched: ‎01 January 2015Main Objective: to foster involvement and participation in the economic policy-making process by the State Governments of India. The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) which replaced 65 year old Planning Commission will act more like a think tank or forum, in contrast with the Commission which imposed five-year-plans and allocated resources to hit set economic targets.

    Official Website: http://niti.gov.in

  111. Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY)Launched: ‎17 September 2015Main Objective: To Safeguard Health, Environment and Economic Conditions of the Tribals. Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) is meant to provide for the welfare of areas and people affected by mining related operations, using the funds generated by District Mineral Foundations (DMFs).

    Official Website: http://mines.nic.in

  112. Namami Gange ProjectLaunched: ‎ 10 July 2014Main Objective: To integrates the efforts to clean and protect the Ganga river in a comprehensive manner.Namami Gange approaches Ganga Rejuvenation by consolidating the existing ongoing efforts and planning for a concrete action plan for future. The interventions at Ghats and River fronts will facilitate better citizen connect and set the tone for river centric urban planning process.

    Official Website: https://nmcg.nic.in

  113. Setu Bharatam ProjectLaunched: ‎ 03 March 2016Main Objective: To free all national highways from railway level crossings and renovate the old bridges on national highways by 2019.Setu Bharatam is an ambitious programme with an investment of Rs. 50,000 crore to build bridges for safe and seamless travel on National Highways.

    208 new “road over bridges / road under bridges” are envisaged for construction, while 1500 bridges will be widened, rehabilitated or replaced.

    Official Website: http://morth.nic.in

  114. Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala YojanaLaunched: ‎ 1 May 2016Main Objective: To distribute free LPG connections to the women belonging to 5 Crore BPL families across the country. According the estimates, about 1.50 Crore BPL families will be benefited under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana in the year 2016-17. The scheme will cover 3.5 Crore more BPL families in the next two years. The scheme provides a financial support of Rs 1600 for each LPG connection to the BPL households.

    This is the first ever welfare scheme by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas which would benefit crores of women belonging to the poorest households.

    Official Website: http://www.pmujjwalayojana.com

  115. Rashtriya Gram Swaraj AbhiyanLaunchedMain Objective: To help Panchayat Raj Institutions deliver Sustainable Development Goals. It is a new proposed scheme announced in the union financial budget 2016-17 by the Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley.

    Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan has been proposed with allocation of Rs. 655 crore.

    Official Website: http://rgsa.nic.in

  116. Food Safety Mitra Scheme
  117. Surakshit Matritva Aashwasan (SUMAN) Scheme
  118. NEAT Artificial Intelligence Learning Scheme
  119. Niryat Rin Vikas (NIRVIK) Yojana
  120. PM Modi Common Livestock Diseases Control Scheme
  121. Sabka Vikas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme (SVLDRS)
  122. Fit India Movement
  123. NISHTHA Teachers Training Programme
  124. Samarth Scheme
  125. Jal Jeevan Mission
  126. 1 Nation 1 Ration Card Scheme
  127. Single Use Plastic Bottle Purchase Sch
  128. Paramarsh Scheme
  129. Atal Bimit Vyakti Kalyan Yojana
  130. PM Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY)
  131. Jal Shakti Abhiyan (National Water Conservation Scheme)
  132. Clean My Coach
  133. Aadhar Bill
  134. Real Estate Bill
  135. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Gramin (Renamed from Indira Awas Yojana)
  136. Unnat Bharat Abhiyan
  137. TB Mission 2020
  138. Dhanlakshmi Yojana
  139. Gangajal Delivery Scheme
  140. Vidyanjali Yojana
  141. Standup India Loan Scheme
  142. Gram Uday Se Bharat Uday Abhiyan
  143. Samajik Aadhikarita Shivir
  144. Railway Travel Insurance Scheme
  145. Smart Ganga City
  146. Mission Bhagiratha
  147. Vidyalakshmi Loan Scheme
  148. Swayam Prabha
  149. Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Sadak Yojana
  150. Shala Ashmita Yojana
  151. Right to Light Scheme
  152. Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsava
  153. UDAN – Udey Desh ka Aam Nagrik
  154. Digital Village Scheme – Digi Gaon Project
  155. Urja Ganga
  156. Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat
  157. Green Urban Transport Scheme (GUTS)
  158. Pradhan Mantri Yuva Yojana
  159. Bharat National Car Assessment Program (Bharat-NCAP)
  160. AMRIT (Affordable Medicines and Reliable Implants for Treatment)
  161. Lucky Grahak Yojana
  162. Digidhan Vyapar Yojana
  163. BHIM App
  164. DigiDhan Mission Policy
  165. National Tribal Carnival 2016
  166. Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana 2017
  167. Universal Basic Income Scheme
  168. Insurance Scheme for Jan Dhan Account Holders
  169. Start-Up India Scheme for Women Entrepreneurs
  170. MUDRA Loan Scheme for Small and Marginal Fisherman
  171. Green Urban Mobility Scheme
  172. PMAY Loan Scheme Under CLSS for MIG
  173. Power Tex India Scheme
  174. Bharat Ke Veer Portal
  175. BHIM Aadhaar – Aadhar Payment App for Merchants
  176. BHIM Referral Bonus Scheme & Cashback Scheme
  177. Visiting Advanced Joint Research (VAJRA) Faculty Scheme
  178. Sankalp Se Siddhi – New India Movement from 2017 – 2022
  179. Payment of Gratuity Bill 2018 – Amended
  180. Jaivik Kheti Scheme
  181. Women Entrepreneurship Scheme
  182. Nasscom FUTURESKILLS Platform
  183. Namo Yojana Center Scheme – Sewa / Sahayata Kendra
  184. Maternity Leave Incentive Scheme
  185. Mission Raksha Gyan Shakti
  186. Agriculture Export Policy 2018
  187. Nation Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber Physical Systems
  188. Farm Loan Waiver Scheme
  189. Varun Mitra Yojana
  190. Prime Minister Universal Basic Income Scheme
  191. PM Sampann Yojana Portal
  192. Ujjwala Sanitary Napkin Scheme for Women
  193. Rythu Bandhu Scheme
  194. Aarthik Aarakshan – 10% Reservation to Upper Caste
  195. Credit Guarantee Fund (CGF) & Interest Subvention Scheme (ISS)
  196. PM Pravasi Tirth Darshan Yojana
  197. Operation Digital Board (ODB)
  198. Khadi Gramodyog Vikas Yojana (KGVY) / Rozgar Yukt Gaon (RYG)
  199. Scheme for Higher Education Youth in Apprenticeship and Skills (SHREYAS)
  200. Gram Samriddhi Yojana
  201. Pradhan Mantri JI-VAN Yojana
  202. National Common Mobility Card (One Nation One Card)
  203. Atal Innovation Mission
  204. Swachh Survekshan

Last Updated on 4 November 2019Complete List of Schemes Launched by Narendra Modi – Download PDF

Many of these schemes are being implemented in collaboration with the state governments where the cost of implementation of the scheme is being shared between central and state governments.