This section provides information related to women and child development, welfare of SC, ST, minorities, differently abled, senior citizens and other under-served communities.
Empowering marginalized and vulnerable communities.
The Indian government has established an extensive social welfare system. Several programmes designed for betterment and enhancement of quality of life for SC, ST, BC, Minorities, women, etc stand proof to it.
Sensitize common man about ongoing schemes and programmes.
Every citizen need to be aware about his / her entitlements, relevant schemes and programmes being implemented by Central and State Governments so as to access and benefit from them.
Collective action for social change.
Innumerable success stories narrate the potential of collective action to break social barriers that result in a socially just and equitable society. One such notable action is the Self-Help Group movement in India, now established as a proven model to promote women empowerment.
The Indian Constitution establishes a welfare state. This is clear from the salient features in the Preamble and the Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP). In this spirit, India is making a determined attempt to fulfil its ideal of a welfare state not only in principle but also through economic planning, thus securing to the Indian citizens justice—social, economic and political.
Some articles of the Indian Constitution which directs the government towards a welfare state:
In this spirit, striving towards the similar objectives, this portal provides state specific content and information in Indian languages on entitlements, schemes, programmes and institution details related to women, children, SC, ST, OBC, Minorities, Senior Citizens, differently-abled and others.
This section covers various policies, organisations and other legal aspects related to women and child development.
The topic briefs about various schemes, institutions and policies and acts related to welfare of Scheduled Tribes.
The section covers polices, institutions, acts and legal aspects related to the scheduled caste welfare.
The section covers acts, polices and schemes and organisations related to backward classes.
The section covers schemes and other aspects related to unorganised sector.
This section covers aspects related to basics of finance, investments, savings, insurance and loans.
This section covers laws, acts, policies, schemes, institutions and other aspects related to Minority welfare.
This section covers laws, schemes, policies, acts, institutions and other aspects related to differently-abled welfare.
This section covers about laws, schemes, policies, acts and institutions related to senior citizen welfare.
This section covers laws, schemes, policies, acts and institutions related to rural poverty alleviation.
This section covers laws, policies, acts, schemes and institutions related to urban poverty alleviation.
This section covers policies, funding opportunities and best practices related to NGO sector.
This section covers policies, acts and best practices related to disaster management in the country.
This section covers common social evils which every individual needs to take steps in order to make India a better place to live.