Download Rajasthan Sujas 2017 – PDF

Rajasthan Sujas is the monthly magazine published by Information and Public Relations Department of Government of Rajasthan. Like Yojana, this magazine also lists out the important schemes and achievements of Government of Rajasthan. The magazine is published only in hindi, so english medium students would have to convert and make notes. Rajasthan Sujas Magazine for 2017: S.No. Month 2017 1. January  FilpBook View Download 2. February  FilpBook View Download 3. Continue Reading

Swachh Survekshan 2017: Rajasthan Review

In order to pay a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary, India has pledged to become Open Defecation Free and clean by 2nd October 2019. The Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) was launched on 2nd October 2014  to accomplish this target and convert this mission into a citizen driven campaign. There are two components of the Mission, namely, Swachh Bharat Mission- Gramin for India’s rural centres and Swachh Bharat Continue Reading

Smart Village Program

Seventy per cent of our population lives in villages and it cannot be ignored to our journey to become smart. Hence, the Rajasthan government has come up with the Smart Village program — on the lines of the central government’s Smart Cities Mission. Smart Village program aims to develop villages in a way that facilities like cities can be made available to our villages. For 2017-18,  a total of 3169 villages have Continue Reading

Government Shivirs running in Rajasthan

On Wednesday, state cabinet meeting, chaired by CM Vasundhara Raje, took various decisions including: Mukhyamantri Shahri Jankalyan Shivirs Mukhyamantri Shahri Jankalyan Shivirs will be organized from May 10 to July 10, 2017. In these shivirs colonies set-up on agriculture and siwaychak land will be regularized. Pattas shall be issued under State Grant Act and plots auctioned by Urabn Local Bodies  shall be regularized. 50 square yards land allotment will be Continue Reading

Mewar Bhil Corps: MBC

Mewar Bhil Corp (MBC) – special division of Rajasthan Police marked its 176th foundation day this year. The Mewar Bhil Corp has a long, valiant and successful history of service and patriotism. In 1837, Col. James Outram, the Political Agent of Mahikanta, proposed the establishment of a Bhil corps under the command of a British officer. As a result, Mewar Bhil Corps was established on 1 January 1841. Why Mewar Bhil Corps Continue Reading

Mother Milk Banks in Rajasthan: 1436 women donated 244 liters

With an aim to reduce infant mortality rate (IMR) in Rajasthan, (which is 47 per 1,000 live births in Rajasthan, according to the sample registration system (SRS), 2013), the state government had announced to set up mother milk banks at district hospitals of Alwar, Banswara, Baran, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Beawar (Ajmer), Bundi, Chittorgarh, Churu and Tonk with a cost of ₹1 crore each to provide mother’s milk to newborn babies in neonatal intensive Continue Reading

Rajasthan Sampark: Good Governance Initiative

Information technology is an important ingredient in bringing about transparency in the governance and allowing direct interface of citizens with government. Keeping in mind these advantages, Rajasthan Government launched an online portal Rajasthan Sampark dedicated towards providing citizens with a centralized platform with facility to lodge his/ her grievances to the respective departments. Rajasthan Sampark: Introduction Basic idea behind launch of Rajasthan Sampark Portal is to provide citizens with facility to register complaints pertaining Continue Reading

Rajasthan State Commission for Women: RSCW: Introduction and Recent Initiatives

RSCW: Background An international treaty, CEDAW (Convention on Elimination of Discrimination against Women) to ensure women’s empowerment was signed in 1979. India signed this treaty with some amendments on 9 July, 1993 and in consonance to International efforts for women’s empowerment, National Policy for Women was declared in 1996. Subsequently, National Commission for Women and State Commissions for Women were constituted. On 23th April 1999, the state government introduced Rajasthan Continue Reading

Public Healthcare in Rajasthan

Even though health, as a sector, does not appear in many places of the Indian Constitution, there are indirect and tacit references to health of the people and the role the state has to play in the development of health of the people. While the Union Government is responsible for inter-state migration; Inter-State quarantine, the state government is directly responsible for public health and sanitation, hospitals and dispensaries. Like other Continue Reading