One of the biggest goals of the Bihar govt. in the next five years is to improve health services for the citizens. This is important because the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the state’s economy. The COVID-19 pandemic cost the economy a fortune and many lives were lost. The new Saat Nischay Yojana Part 2 aims to improve the health of citizens and attract a large section of society to improve their lives.
Nitish government’s 7 nischay yojna
The vision document of Bihar’s new government, called the 7 Nischay Yojna, was recently released by the state’s CM Nitish Kumar. It outlines Nitish Kumar’s plans for the state’s development in seven different sectors. Among them are skill development, providing employment opportunities for youth and strengthening the state’s economy.
The primary objective of the 7 nischay resolution is to improve the living standards and qualifications of youth. The government is investing a lot of money to achieve this goal. The Chief Minister has allocated 2.7 lakh crores towards this initiative, while the Prime Minister has allocated a total of 1.25 lakh crore for it. However, despite the colossal investment, the government is still a long way from meeting all its ambitious targets.
To achieve these ambitious goals, the government will spend an additional Rs 28,000 crore on infrastructure projects in Bihar. These projects will provide water for irrigation to every farm. These projects will be overseen by the Agriculture department and the Power and Minor Water Resources departments. The initial survey for the 7nischay yojna is already complete. In addition, the Lohiya Swacchata Yojna 2 will provide arrangements for the proper disposal of solid waste, and the cleanliness of streets and roads at ward level. In addition, the Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal will provide maintenance of properties created under earlier schemes.
As for the seven Nischay yojna, the grand alliance government has started implementing one of them: the Saat Nishchay Yojna. Bihar’s government plans to install solar street lights in all villages, which will not only brighten up the villages but also save on electricity. The concerned departments are already taking steps to install solar street lights. The Breda department has enlisted agencies to do the work.
In the next five years, the Bihar govt. will focus on improving health services for its people. The COVID-19 pandemic, which affected thousands of people and destroyed the state’s economy, has been a huge financial and human toll. With the 7nischay yojna, the government hopes to improve the well-being of its citizens and attract a broad section of the society.
Providing clean drinking water to all
CM Nitish Kumar has launched a new scheme named ‘7 Nischay Yojna’aimed at providing piped drinking water to every household. The scheme is being implemented across rural areas to combat the problem of high levels of arsenic, fluoride, and iron in tap water. Moreover, it aims to improve the sanitation facilities and reduce the incidence of diseases related to water contamination.
The government has introduced several initiatives to empower women in the water sector. One such initiative is allowing three women in ward-level committees. There are more than three lakh women in ward level committees, with an additional 25,000 women working as pump operators. These women help in ensuring the uninterrupted supply of clean drinking water in rural Rajasthan. The government’s initiative is a win-win situation for women, as it promotes participation in water supply.
The Bihar government has also launched a state drinking water scheme that aims to provide clean drinking-water to nearly two crore households. The program was launched in September 2016, and the government of Bihar announced the first phase of the initiative on 26 September. A few days later, the Panchayati Raj department announced a successful implementation in 4291 Gram Panchayats that lacked access to clean drinking water. The initiative will involve small water supply schemes, submersible pumps, distribution pipelines, and other measures.
The main objective of 7 Nischay Yojna is to provide clean drinking water to every household in the country. It will also focus on educating and training youth and improving their standards of living. This will require substantial investment and development. CM Nitish Kumar’s government has allotted 2.7 lakh crore for this scheme. It is a populist, multifaceted scheme that will reach every class of society.
The 7 Nischay Yojna has also started implementation in rural areas. Urban local bodies and panchayats that suffer from poor water quality are implementing the program at a faster pace. The goal is to provide clean drinking water to all households in urban areas. There are more than 15 lakh rural households that will benefit from this program. The remaining urban wards are also implementing this initiative.
Providing higher education to youth
Providing higher education to youth is a vital step in ensuring that youth can achieve their full potential. But many youth are limited by barriers that make it difficult to pursue their dreams. There is a dearth of readily available information and resources about the federal financial aid process for college. The goal of NAEHCY is to remove those barriers and increase youth access to higher education. In this article, we will discuss the advantages of addressing these barriers and how NAEHCY will support youth who are underprivileged.
Aspirations are the foundation of youth development. While youth aspirations are influenced by individual interests, they are also shaped by their communities, schools, and neighborhoods. Higher education is often perceived as a career path, but it can open a variety of other opportunities that contribute to respect, dignity, and social change. This is one of the major reasons why it’s so crucial to provide as much access as possible to higher education to youth.
Foster youth in foster care face special challenges. Providing higher education is an important step toward employment for most young people, but for foster youth, this opportunity is out of reach due to a lack of resources. Foster youth often lack access to mentorship, support, and guidance from a family or other supportive system. Foster youth often experience a variety of emotional and physical obstacles and are often not equipped to handle the financial burden of higher education.
Ultimately, youth need to imagine their futures with others. In doing so, they create a system of support and enrich their visions. Youth programs should provide opportunities for sharing aspirations and conversations with peers, faculty, and higher education agents. The long-term benefits of implementing these practices should be measurable. As such, implementing a youth program that offers a long-term support system should be considered.
Providing higher education infrastructure
The government of Bihar has launched an ambitious program called Avsar Badhe, Aage Padhein (ABAP) to improve higher education and create infrastructure in the state. Under this program, various educational institutions will be established throughout the state. By providing the necessary infrastructure, the state will be able to develop a highly skilled workforce that can improve education across the state. The program also aims to eliminate illiteracy and improve literacy levels through the creation of schools and colleges.
In Bihar, Nitish Kumar, the chief minister, is focusing on developing his image in the state. He had promised 7 resolutions when he first came to power. These resolutions aim at strengthening the infrastructure of Bihar and empowering the youth. The government plans to provide employment to youth, increase vocational training, and offer concessions to unemployed individuals. These measures will be part of the Nischay Yojna.