Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports District Youth Convention Programme is one of the core programs organized by NYKS: Shri Kiren Rijiju Posted On: 04 FEB 2021 5:45PM by PIB Delhi District Youth Convention Programme is one of the core programs organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS). It is a one-day programme in which 100 youth leaders from Youth Clubs participate. Issues of social and national importance are highlighted. Resource Persons provide orientation to youth leaders on addressing local and contemporary issues. Youth leaders also share experience/ best practices. Youth Leaders in turn disseminate the acquired inputs among members of their respective youth clubs. Rs. 30,000/- per convention per district per year is allocated to each of the district Nehru Yuva Kendras for conduct of District Youth Convention Programme. This is an ongoing programme. Experience sharing amongst youth leaders has been included in this program. This information was given by Minister of State for Youth Affairs & Sports Shri Kiren Rijiju in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports District Youth Convention Programme is one of the core programs organized by NYKS: Shri Kiren Rijiju District Youth Convention Programme is one of the core programs organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS). It is a one-day programme in which 100 youth leaders from Youth Clubs participate. Issues of […]

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Rashtriya Yuva Sashaktikaran Karyakram

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Rashtriya Yuva Sashaktikaran Karyakram The Scheme Rashtriya Yuva Sashaktikaran Karyakram (RYSK) is an ongoing Central Sector Scheme which was formulated, as an umbrella scheme, in rationalization exercise undertaken on recommendation of Department related Parliamentary Standing Committee on HRD and in consultation with Ministry of Finance and NITI Aayog. The […]

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Review of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) Scheme

Ministry of Women and Child Development Review of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) Scheme \ As per the evaluation report of NITI Aayog, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme has been able to generate significant mass- mobilisation to eliminate gender discrimination and valuing the girl child and the scheme has been able to develop many good practices […]

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Steps Taken For Alleviation of Malnutrition Poshan Vatikas at Anganwadi Centers Taken Up

Ministry of Women and Child Development Steps Taken For Alleviation of Malnutrition Poshan Vatikas at Anganwadi Centers Taken Up For alleviation of malnutrition, Government has announced Mission Poshan 2.0 to strengthen nutritional content, delivery, outreach and outcomes with focus on developing practices that nurture health, wellness and immunity to disease and malnutrition. Steps have been […]

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Number of Women Benefited Under PMMVY

Ministry of Women and Child Development Number of Women Benefited Under PMMVY The Ministry of Women and Child Development implements Centrally Sponsored Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY) with effect from 01.01.2017. Maternity benefits amounting to Rs.5931.95 crores (including Central and State share) have been paid to 1.75 crores eligible beneficiaries during the last three […]

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Initiatives for Women and Children

Ministry of Women and Child Development Initiatives for Women and Children Ministry of Women and Child Development in order  to promote and enable women to access education, health and financial services, has  taken initiatives  which includes various legislations such as the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, the Code on Wages, 2019, the […]

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Ministry of Women and Child Development Homeless Street Children in The Country Posted On: 04 FEB 2021 6:12PM by PIB Delhi The Ministry of Women and Child Development implements a centrally sponsored Child Protection Services (CPS) Scheme (erstwhile Integrated Child Protection Scheme) under the umbrella Integrated Child Development Services scheme for supporting the children in difficult circumstances. Under the scheme institutional care is provided through Child Care Institutions (CCIs), as a rehabilitative measure. The programmes and activities in CCIs inter-alia include age-appropriate education, access to vocational training, recreation, health care, counseling etc. Under the non-institutional care component, support is extended for adoption, foster care and sponsorship. Further CPS also provides for “After care” services after the age of 18 years to help sustain them during the transition from institutional to independent life. The details of CCIs supported under CPS along with the number of children residing in them as informed by the States/UTs is Annexed. The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 (JJ Act) is the primary law for children in the country. As per Section 2 (14) (vi) of the JJ Act, a child who does not have parents and no one is willing to take care of, or whose parents have abandoned or surrendered him is included as a “child in need of care and protection.” The Act provides a security net of service delivery structures including measures for institutional and non-institutional care to ensure comprehensive well being of children in distress situations. This information was given by the Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

Ministry of Women and Child Development Homeless Street Children in The Country The Ministry of Women and Child Development implements a centrally sponsored Child Protection Services (CPS) Scheme (erstwhile Integrated Child Protection Scheme) under the umbrella Integrated Child Development Services scheme for supporting the children in difficult circumstances. Under the scheme institutional care is provided […]

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National Tracking System for Missing and Vulnerable Children

Ministry of Women and Child Development National Tracking System for Missing and Vulnerable Children The Ministry of Women and Child Development has created “Track Child portal”, to track the missing and found children. Police Stations, Juvenile Justice Boards and Child Care Institutions are required to update the information about missing and found children regularly. The details […]

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Steps Taken to Train Anganwadi Workers

Ministry of Women and Child Development Steps Taken to Train Anganwadi Workers Capacity building of Anganwadi Workers and other frontline functionaries is one of the core activities under POSHAN Abhiyaan. Approximately 10.22 lakh ICDS functionaries have been trained up to December, 2020. Capacity building is also done through digital platform where the frontline functionaries can […]

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