States

Free Supply of Braille books Scheme for Physically handicapped: Tamil Nadu

Public Department, Tamil Nadu Government, has a taken a philanthropic step in supplying Braille books to physically Handicapped students in the State free of cost. Objectives To help the students with special needs to continue their education. Eligibility Visually handicapped students studying in Special Schools. Benefits Braille books are distributed ...

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Get subsidy upto Rs. 20,000: Scheme for residential rooftop solar plants: Gujarat

Government of Gujarat, Energy and Petrochemicals Department to Scale up the development of Grid connected solar plants has this scheme for residential sector. Objective To promote large scale rooftop solar systems on private residential rooftops. Eligibility The beneficiary must be a resident of the state. Only first 1,00,000 consumers will ...

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Get loan upto Rs. 70,000: Milch Animal Loan Scheme: Tamil Nadu

BC, MBC & Minorities Welfare Department, Tamil Nadu has  a scheme for Minorities living in Tamil Nadu to get a loan for purchase of milk giving animals (Milch). Objective To help the poor to earn their livelihood by raising milk giving animals. Eligibility Minorities like (Religious) Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, ...

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India’s First LNG Bus Comes Out: Kerela

Scripting a new chapter in the country’s transport sector which moves towards clean fuel, India’s first liquefied natural gas-driven bus has been launched in Kerela. Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan jointly flagged off the first pilot run of the eco-friendly bus ...

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Legal assistance cells launched in each panchayat under MASS: Odisha

The state government has come up with yet another scheme, ‘Madhubabu Aain Sahayata Sibir (MASS)’. Under the scheme, the state government would set up legal assistance cells in all 6,812 gram panchayats across the state to provide free legal consultations to deprived sections of the society at the grassroots. Informing ...

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