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20 Women Empowerment Schemes in India

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The empowerment of women and the improvement of their political, social, and economic status in society are very crucial for the socioeconomic fabric of the country. We have listed the initiatives and programs by the Indian Government for the empowerment of women.


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List of Women Empowerment Programmes/Schemes in India


1. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao


To eliminate female foeticide and to promote education for girl children.

https://wcd.nic.in/bbbp-schemes


2. STEP (Support to training cum Employment for women)


To increase the self-reliance and autonomy of women by enhancing their productivity & enabling them to take up income generation activity.

https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20schemeof%20STEP_0.pdf


3. SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan)


For girl child education and to increase in the Gender Parity Index (GPI).

https://www.aicte-india.org/reports/overview/Sarva-Shiksha-Abhiyan


4. The National literacy Mission or Saakshar Bharat


Saakshar Bharat is the centrally sponsored nation-wide literacy scheme of the Indian Department for School Education and Literacy (DSEL) focusing on increasing women´s literacy in India


https://uil.unesco.org/case-study/effective-practices-database-litbase-0/saakshar-bharat-mission-india


5. National Rural Health Mission


Educating women on health care. It has resulted in the decline in fertility rates, Maternal mortality rates (MMR), Infant mortality rates (IMR).

https://nhm.gov.in/index1.php?lang=1&level=1&sublinkid=969&lid=49


6. SHG (Self Help Groups)


For economic development in women by giving micro finances.

Self Help Groups (SHGs) are a homogenous group of 10-20 individuals who come together for saving and internally helping each other in times of need.

https://nrlm.gov.in/shgReport.do?methodName=showIntensiveStateWiseReport

https://www.icicibank.com/rural/microbanking/shg.page


7. NMEW (National Mission for Empowerment of Women)


To ensure economic & social empowerment of women.

https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/NMEWVACANCY09102015.pdf

8. Swayamsidha scheme


To ensures total development of women.

Get information on Swayamsidha Scheme of Ministry of Women and Child Development. Users can get details of immediate objectives of the programme such as establishment of self-reliant women self-help groups (SHGs), creation of confidence and awareness among members of SHGs regarding women status, health, nutrition, education, sanitation and hygiene etc.

https://www.india.gov.in/swayamsiddha-scheme-ministry-women-and-child-development


9. Swadhar scheme


To provide Basic necessities to marginalized women & girls.

https://www.india.gov.in/spotlight/swadhar-greh-scheme


10. Kishore Shakti Yojana


Kishore Shakti Yojana (KSY) seeks to empower adolescent girls, so as to enable them to take charge of their lives. It is viewed as a holistic initiative for the development of adolescent girls. The programme through its interventions aims at bringing about a difference in the lives of the adolescent girls. It seeks to provide them with an opportunity to realize their full potential.

https://wcd.nic.in/kishori-shakti-yojana


11. Mahila Samridhi Yojana


For women empowerment. It is also a Micro Finance Scheme for women with rebate in interest. Financial Assistance up to cost of Rs. 1,40,000/- is provided.

https://nsfdc.nic.in/en/mahila-samriddhi-yojana


12. Maternity Benefit Scheme


The scheme provides the cash incentive amounting to 5,000 directly to the Bank / Post office account during the Pregnancy and lactation in response to individuals fulfilling specific conditions.

https://pmsma.nhp.gov.in/maternity-benefit-programme/


13. Rastriya Mahila Kosh


Single window facilitator for provision of financial services with backward and forward linkages for women in the unorganized sector through Intermediary Micro Finance Organizations (IMOs) and Women Self Help Groups (SHGs) and to augment their capacities through multi-pronged efforts.

https://rmk.nic.in/


14. Development of women & children in Rural Areas (DWCRA)


Creation of groups of women for income generating activities on self sustaining basis.

https://niti.gov.in/planningcommission.gov.in/docs/reports/sereport/ser/maker/mak_cht2c.pdf


15. SABLA


To promote awareness about health, hygiene, nutrition, adolescent reproductive and sexual health (ARSH) and family and child care. For the Empowerment of adolescent girls

https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/scheme-adolescent-girls-sag


16. One Stop Centres (OSC)


One Stop Centres (OSC) are intended to support women affected by violence, in private and public spaces, within the family, community and at the workplace.


https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/one-stop-centre-scheme-1


17. Women Helpline Scheme


To provide 24-hours toll-free telecom service to women affected by violence seeking support and information. To provide information about the appropriate support services, government schemes and programmes available to the woman affected by violence, in her particular situation within the local area in which she resides or is employed.


https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/women-helpline-scheme-2


18. UJJAWALA


A Comprehensive Scheme for Prevention of trafficking and Rescue, Rehabilitation and Re-integration of Victims of Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation.


https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/ujjawala-comprehensive-scheme-prevention-trafficking-and-rescue-rehabilitation-and-re


19. Working Women Hostel


To promote availability of safe and conveniently located accommodation for working women, with day care facility for their children, wherever possible, in urban, semi urban, or even rural areas where employment opportunities for women exist.


https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/working-women-hostel


20. National Creche Scheme


To provide day care facilities to children (age group of 6 months to 6 years) of working mothers.


https://pib.gov.in/PressReleaseIframePage.aspx?PRID=1606292#:~:text=National%20Creche%20Scheme%20(earlier%20named,6%20years)%20of%20working%20mothers.



We hope this post will educate you on the schemes and initiatives taken by the government of India. As Knowledge is Wealth, please share this post with your friends and families and help in the empowerment of women in a small way as these initiatives or programs will be useful for anyone of them.


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20 Motivational Quotes That Inspire You To Success

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The Pandemic made our life miserable in 2020. But that was history, now in 2021, we have bounced back collectively with the grit, fighting spirit, and determination of the people.

 

Read these Top 20 Motivational Quotes to start 2021 with Positivity


These motivational quotes from the great people who carved their name in history will help you to take the momentum forward in this new year with love, positivity and inspire you to succeed.

 

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1) “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi

 

2) “The Best Way To Get Started Is To Quit Talking And Begin Doing.” – Walt Disney

 

3) “Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead, if you lose, you can guide.” Swami Vivekananda

 

4) “Dream it. Believe it. Build it.”

 

5) “Anyone who has ever made anything of importance was disciplined.” — Andrew Hendrixson

 

6) “Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life--think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.”

 

7) “Optimism is the one quality more associated with success and happiness than any other.” — Brian Tracy

 

8) “Arise, awake, and stop not until the goal is achieved.” Swami Vivekananda

 

9) “Failure Will Never Overtake Me If My Determination To Succeed Is Strong Enough.” – Og Mandino

 

10) “Always keep your eyes open. Keep watching. Because whatever you see can inspire you.” — Grace Coddington

 

11) “What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” — Henry David Thoreau

 

12) “Entrepreneurs Are Great At Dealing With Uncertainty And Also Very Good At Minimizing Risk. That’s The Classic Entrepreneur.” – Mohnish Pabrai

 

13) “We May Encounter Many Defeats But We Must Not Be Defeated.” – Maya Angelou

 

14) “If You Are Working On Something That You Really Care About, You Don’t Have To Be Pushed. The Vision Pulls You.” – Steve Jobs

 

15) “Don’t take rest after your first victory because if you fail in second, more lips are waiting to say that your first victory was just luck.” – A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

 

16) “A plane is always safe on the ground, but it is not made for that. Always take some meaningful risks in life to achieve great heights.” – Chandrasekhar Azad

 

17) “Life is all about a card game. Choosing the right cards is not in our hand. But playing well with the cards in hand determines our success.” – Bal Gangadhar Tilak

 

18) “One individual may die for an idea, but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives.” – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

 

19) “Life should be great rather than long.” – B.R. Ambedkar

 

20) “We want deeper sincerity of motive, a greater courage in speech and earnestness in action.” – Sarojini Naidu


We hope this post will help you to get started and to do something Awesome in life.

 

Kindly donate to the SMILE INDIA FOUNDATION for the welfare of underprivileged children who are very much affected because of the Pandemic. Kindly show your support to get the smile back on their little faces.

 

Enjoy and Ignite!
JD
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”


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Every Girl Has a Dream

Every Girl Has a Dream

Dream, Dream, Dream
Dream transforms into thoughts
And thoughts result in action.

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Follow your heart and your dreams will come true.


In today's world, more than 1.1 billion girls poised to create their future, breaking the boundaries, fighting social injustice and violence with no or little access to education and healthcare


EDUCATE GIRLS


"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."

  -- Eleanor Roosevelt

 

United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 on December 11, 2011, to declare October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the challenges girls face around the world


NATIONAL GIRL CHILD DAY

India celebrates National Girl Child Day each year on the 24th of January.

 

The ministry of women and child development initiative celebrates the day with Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign to generate awareness on the importance of girl education, health, and nutrition.


All girls are entitled to the right to a safe, healthy and educated life. It's the responsibility of Parents, Society, and the Government to equip them with the required skill sets and tools to achieve success in their endeavors.


CHOOSE YOUR ROLE MODELS WISELY

Every girl has a dream. To achieve big goals in their life and to emulate the success of their role models. Choosing a role model who makes you feel good will help you become the best version of yourself.


KALPANA CHAWALA

Born in Haryana, India, Kalpana Chwala's ambition, dream, and extraordinary courage took her on the journey to space.


Kalpana Chawla


"The path from dreams to success does exist. May you have the vision to find it, the courage to get on to it, and the perseverance to follow it. "

          -- Kalpana Chawla


SRISHTI GOSWAMI

On January 24,2021, the 19-year-old Srishti Goswami, currently serving the post of Chief Minister of Uttarakhand's Bal Vidhan Sabha, became the One-day Chief Minister of Uttarakhand to review various schemes run by the Haryana government.

 

Srishti Goswami


She has been working with the Aarambh India campaign to  promote education and to address the issues of poor children's.


EDUCATION - THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON

Education is a human right and an essential tool for achieving the goals of equality, development, and peace. Every girl child should have access to this critical tool to enable them to achieve equal socio-economic status. 


Nelson Mandela on Education


Today girls are breaking fences and making their voice heard across fields shaping an inclusive, healthier, safer, more equitable, and more prosperous future.



Government Initiatives and Programs to empower girl child / women :


1. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao

To eliminate female foeticide and to promote education for girl children.

https://wcd.nic.in/bbbp-schemes


2. STEP (Support to training cum Employment for women)
 
To increase the self-reliance and autonomy of women by enhancing their productivity & enabling them to take up income generation activity.

https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20schemeof%20STEP_0.pdf


3. SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan)
 
For girl child education and to increase in the Gender Parity Index (GPI).


4. The National literacy Mission or Saakshar Bharat
 
Saakshar Bharat is the centrally sponsored nation-wide literacy scheme of the Indian Department for School Education and Literacy (DSEL) focusing on increasing women´s literacy in India
 
Educating women on health care. It has resulted in the decline in fertility rates, Maternal mortality rates (MMR), Infant mortality rates (IMR).


6. SHG (Self Help Groups)
 
For economic development in women by giving micro finances.

Self Help Groups (SHGs) are a homogenous group of 10-20 individuals who come together for saving and internally helping each other in times of need.


7. NMEW (National Mission for Empowerment of Women)
 
To ensure economic & social empowerment of women.


8. Swayamsidha scheme
 
To ensures total development of women.

Get information on Swayamsiddha Scheme of Ministry of Women and Child Development. Users can get details of immediate objectives of the programme such as establishment of self reliant women self help groups (SHGs), creation of confidence and awareness among members of SHGs regarding women status, health, nutrition, education, sanitation and hygiene etc.


9. Swadhar scheme
 
To provide Basic necessities to marginalized women & girls.


10. Kishori Shakti Yojana
 
Kishori Shakti Yojana (KSY) seeks to empower adolescent girls, so as to enable them to take charge of their lives. It is viewed as a holistic initiative for the development of adolescent girls. The programme through its interventions aims at bringing about a difference in the lives of the adolescent girls. It seeks to provide them with an opportunity to realize their full potential.

https://wcd.nic.in/kishori-shakti-yojana



We want deeper sincerity of motive, a greater courage in speech and earnestness in action.

-- Sarojini Naidu

 

What is your big dream? Post in the comments section...


Kindly donate to the SMILE INDIA FOUNDATION for the welfare of underprivileged children who are very much affected because of the Pandemic. Kindly show your support to get the smile back on their little faces.


Enjoy and Ignite!
JD
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”


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Games for Brain Exercise

Games for Brain

Games for Brain


Coping with stress and anxiety during this post-COVID-19 is tough and very much challenging.


As most of us are staying at home, beating loneliness and boredom seems to be the most audacious task. Keeping ourselves engaged will lessen the worry and agitation of our minds.

Games and Puzzles

Games and puzzles will help you to distract from the ongoing crisis by keeping your mind engaged. Recent research shows that playing video games reduces stress levels and increases self-esteem.


Intellectually challenging Games and Puzzles gives your brain a good exercise.


Play Brain Games


Games for the brain will help you beat the prolonged stress and anxiety caused due to this pandemic.


Games of Mental Skills such as Checkers and Chess and Games of Strategy such as Go, Chess, and Tic-tac-toe involve the cognitive part of the brain and therefore act as a good brain exercise.


5 Benefits of Playing Brain Games


Games stimulates brain

  1. Playing brain games enhances memory power by stimulating the hippocampus and keeps stress and anxiety at bay.

  2. Brain games improve your hand-eye coordination which in turn helps in performing complex tasks. As most of us are working from home, keeping our brain sharp will help to perform complex office tasks at ease.

  3. Playing brain games improves attention, perception, and logical reasoning. Teachers should include brain teasers and puzzles during the online classes for the kids to engage and seek the attention of the children.

  4. It improves cognitive ability like facial recognition, attention, math and short-term memory at a good level.

  5. Playing brain games improves problem-solving skills and decision-making ability.Ten minutes a day is all it takes to keep your brain in good form!


We have added some fun games in our site, check it out.



Checkout our Fun Games


It’s normal to feel stressed, confused, and bored during this uncertain time. You can read our guide to lookafter your mental health and the wellbeing of your loved ones.



We recommend the 5 top game sites to workout your brain...


BrainGymmer is an online brain training program that offers brain games, brain tests and brain teasers to train your brain.


Lumosity offers arrays of cognitive and scientific games designed to improve your working memory and stimulate your brain on a daily basis.


Memtem have created 24 awesome games, which are fun and, what’s more, will improve your memory, attention and spatial orientation.


Training your brain doesn't have to be a chore. Don't put limits on your mind. Challenge your brain and discover how far it can go with CongiFit mind games.


MentalUP provides entertaining and efficient use of technology for children. MentalUP includes entertaining and mental developing exercises prepared by experts.


Play with a fresh set of games each day to keep you stimulated.

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15 Ways to Protect Your Psychological Well Being


15 Ways to Protect Your Psychological Well Being


Ways to Protect your Mental Health

The Coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak is having an impact on the lives and the mental health of the people.

Even though the people know that Lock down is the only solution to control and kill this virus but still they are getting restless and depressed as it has vastly affects their minds.

This uncertain time may make you feel low, sad, anxious, bored due to loneliness, worried about your health or that of those close to you.

As every one of us must stay home to stop the spread this virus, we have come up with this guide to provide advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing of your loved ones.

The DO'S


Limit the News Intake


Over intake and consumption of news might be overwhelming during this situation, so restrict yourself to a specific time in a day to watch news only from an authentic source. Follow @COVIDNewsbyMIB for authentic information and all updates on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Work from Home Guidelines


As work from home is new to many of the people out there, staying focused and motivated throughout the day and maintaining a work-life balance might be a big challenge. So to work well start your day with a minimum of 10 minutes work out, set up a comfortable workspace with proper lighting and room temperature, plan your meetings well in advance, take regular breaks to relax your mind.

Work from Home

Talk with Your Loved Ones


If you feel stressed talk about your feelings to a friend, family member or health professional. You can contact the Ministry of Health’s behavioral health toll free helpline 08046110007 or AASRA, if you need someone to talk to. Aasra is a crisis intervention centre for the lonely and distressed.

Talk with Your Loved Ones

Take Control


Instead of being passive, take control of the situation which will empower and help you in finding a solution.

Stay Positive and Be Grateful


Look for the positives in life and things for which you are grateful. Gratitude is healthiest of all human emotions.



Listen to Positive Affirmations


Positive affirmations will help to free you from stress, anxiety, negativity, guilt, fear, suffering, and pain. 

Listen To Positive Affirmations

Check these empowering Positive Affirmations

Don’t Put your Head in the Sand


Avoid unhealthy habits like smoking, drinking alcohol or watching porn to kill time. Professor Sir Cary Cooper, an occupational health expert says, "It's like putting your head in the sand"

Listen to Wellness Podcasts


You can listen to free mental wellness audio podcasts and videos from the Mental Health Foundation.

Listen To Podcast

Get Curiously Creative


Try drawing, painting, paper quilling, sewing or knitting, make crafts, play musical instruments, bake cakes, dance to your favorite tunes to de-stress.

Be Creative



Games and Puzzles


Playing games and puzzles will help you to distract from the current crisis by keeping your mind engaged.

Play Brain Games


Regular Sleep Hours


Create a restful sleep environment, cut down on caffeine and alcohol 2 to 3 hours before bedtime and have a regular sleep time of 8 hours a day to maintain a good immunity level.

Meditation and Yoga


Guided meditation and yoga helps in relaxation and concentration of your troubled mind, mainly to stay focused during these stressful times.



Do Meditation


Easy Breathing Exercises


Practice easy-to-do breathing exercises to help you relax in 10 minutes or less. Controlled breathing helps in lowering blood pressure, promotes feelings of calm and relaxation and helps you to de-stress.


Eat Healthy and Balanced Nutritious Foods


Eat a diet high in anti-oxidant rich fruits and vegetables to boost your immune system and in preventing colds and flu.

Eat Healthy




Fight Boredom


Make the most of catching up TV series and movies in Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, reading books and exploring projects you have been putting off to beat boredom and loneliness.



Read Books

The Government of India in a detailed post on MyGOVIndia portal has said that the,

“Government of India is taking all the necessary steps to ensure that we are prepared well to face the challenge and threat posed by the growing pandemic of COVID-19 the Corona Virus. With active support of the people of India, we have been able to contain the spread of the Virus in our country. “

“The most important factor in preventing the spread of the Virus locally is to empower the citizens with the right information and taking precautions as per the advisories being issued by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.”

Also read this blog article to stay safe from Corona Virus , Let's be socially responsible

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