Objective of the scheme: For minimizing the gap between national average and minority community
Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) has been launched so as to decrease the gap between the National normal and minorities on backwardness boundaries. This plan is Restructured MultiSectoral Development Program (MsDP) and will give better financial framework offices in the field of wellbeing, instruction and ability advancement.
The gathering was directed by PM Narendra Modi has endorsed and renamed existing Multi-sectoral Development Program (MsDP) to PMJVK. This rebuilt MsDP would limit the hole between public normal and minority network on backwardness boundaries.
Presently the focal government will proceed with this new rebuilt MsDP plot for the rest of the time of fourteenth account commission i.e till 2020. This plan will give better financial foundation offices to minority networks and upgrade the inclusion of plan. Focal government will actualize this program in 57% more regions of distinguished minority focus towns (MCTs) and town groups. MsDP covers 196 regions though PMJVK (rebuilt MsDP) will cover 308 areas the nation over. Service of Minority Affairs will support this whole plan.
PMJVK will presently cover 5 additional states and 61 optimistic areas having convergences of minorities. Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram will currently proceed with a complete cost of Rs. 3,972 crore. Restructured MsDP will provide better socio-economic facilities to minority communities in the field of education, health and skill development.
This would lessen gap between national average and minority community in accordance with the backwardness parameters.More flexibility would address important issues for speedy implementation which will result in inclusion of minorities.Around 80% of the total available resources will be utilized for health, education and skill development under PMJVK.
Moreover, around 33% to 40% resources will be allocated specifically allotted for women centric projects.Govt. has rationalized the criteria for identification of Minority Concentration Towns (MCTs) and Clusters of Villages.