For the welfare of various sectors of the society the state of Rajasthan has come up with a number of efficient and attractive schemes. Starting from education, women development, agriculture and so on there are numerous good schemes which has shown notable result in the last few years.
Mentioned below are some of the notable welfare schemes of the state:
i) Bhamashah scheme: The 2014’s Independence Day came as a boon to 1.5 crores Rajasthani families when chief minister Vasundhara Raje announced that under this scheme 1.5 crores bank accounts of women will be opened across the state by the government. The sole aim of this scheme is to make the women of the state independent and instill in them a feeling of security.
ii) NABARD Solar scheme: With an aim to go green and to promote the large scale setting of solar energy, the Rajasthani Government through the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development scheme gives 40% subsidy on capital costs of solar PV systems I both rural and urban areas.
iii) Minority educational schemes: There are a number of educational schemes for the upliftment of students belonging to minority community. To name a few Maulana Azad fellowship programs, Scheme of Providing Quality Education in Madarsas (SPQEM) and Infrastructure Development of Minority Institutions (IDMI) in Rajasthan (2010-2011) are the important ones.
iv) Environment and pollution control schemes: Starting from river conservation schemes to control air, sound and water pollution the government of Rajasthan has come up with a nuber of effective and stringent schemes to curb pollution in the state.
v) Sports Schemes: Be it the National Cadet corps( NCC) or the NSS (National Service Schemes) or other sport development schemes like youth development and training programs Rajasthan has a number of good schemes for promoting sports in the state.
vi) Agricultural schemes: The various farmer awareness programs and education schemes in agricultural field testifies the fact how serious the government is when it comes to agriculture. Over the last few years various Krishi Vigyan kendras, food testing laboratories and workshops were being conducted and set by the government.