Mukhaymantri Dal Bhaat Yojana Through this scheme, a meal is provided to the poor at Rs. 5 per meal. The meal include es200 grams of rice, lentils and vegetables. The centre moderator of these centres is provided vegetables, channa dal and soyabean free of cost. The moderator has to pay Rs. 1 per kg … Read more DMPQ: Discuss the following schemes 1) Mukhaymantri Dal Bhaat Yojana: 2) Patr Grihast Yojana:
To provide food security to the needy ones is the main objective of the Department of Food, Public distribution and Consumer affairs. The department aims to supply food grains to poor families of the state within a specified time period at a subsidized rate, which is a challenging task. In order to come existing … Read more DMPQ: Food security is one of the prime objective of a welfare state. Name the department which ensures food security and state its objective.
Given the importance of the agricultural sector, the Department of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Cooperative, Government of Jharkhand, have taken various measures for its sustainable development. Schemes are as follows: Conversion of fallow land into cropped area. Double cropping rice fallow scheme: encouraging farmer to grow other crops in off season Agriculture mechanization promotion … Read more DMPQ: Agriculture has been a main pillar for rural economy. Discuss the steps taken by government of Jharkhand to impart sustainability to this sector.
In Jharkhand’s rural economy, agriculture is one of the significant sectors, which leads to food security,income, price stability and livelihood for the majority. As per the statistics more than 76 per cent of the people live in rural areas and 66.85 per cent of the total labour force is dependent on agriculture. This shows the … Read more DMPQ: Agriculture is an important sector for Jharkhand discuss and Outline the agro-climatic zones of Jharkhand.
With 24 per cent of its population living in urban areas, Jharkhand has immense scope for urbanization in the decades to come. But the stark inter-regional disparities in the spatial distribution of urban population and its growth being spatially confined in a limited number of urban centres can have far reaching ramifications in the form … Read more DMPQ: Urbanisation is an inevitable process . Discuss the problems associated with with special reference to Jharkhand.
a) Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojna: The state is a victim of rampant trafficking and witch hunting, making the survival of the affected women difficult. Keeping in view of this problem, the state government launched the Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojna to the single women or women headed households in special circumstances. Beneficiary selected on the … Read more DMPQ: Explain the following schemes: a) Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojna: b) R- SETI:
The primary objective of the MKSP is to empower women in agriculture by making systematic investments to enhance their participation and productivity, as also create and sustain agriculture based livelihoods of rural women. The project seeks to enable women to gain better access to the inputs and services provided by the government and other agencies. … Read more DMPQ: Mahila kisan sasaktikaran Paryojana.
The forest resources of Jharkhand are abundantly distributed over the Chota Nagpur Plateau region and constitutes a critical lifeline for the indigenous forest dwellers, especially the PVTGby offering them sustenance and livelihood. The state of Jharkhand has a diverse variety of forest cover consisting of Dry peninsular sal forest, Northern dry mix deciduous forest, Moist … Read more DMPQ: Give a brief account on the forest resources of Jharkhand. Schemes to conserve forest,
Jharkhand is one of the richest mineral zones in the world and it has 40% and 29% of India’s mineral reserves and coal reserves respectively. This statement is sufficient to verify that Jharkhand enjoys a unique geographical advantages. Jharkhand is rich in mineral resources, most of the area lying on chhota Nagpur plateau, such as … Read more DMPQ: Jharkhand enjoys unique geographical advantage in mineral reserves.Discuss the statement.
Jharkhand since its inception has put a thrust on rural development. Jharkhand is not fortunate enough to have high concentration of village near urban agglomeration. Hence growth in urban does not translocate to village Pockets. Jharkhand has 37000 village out of which only 1% has population more than 5000. To achieve rural prosperity, a new … Read more DMPQ: Rural development is key to achieve sustainable and holistic development. In this context please explain and outline the objectives of Jharkhand opportunities for harnessing growth?