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Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana in Jharkhand for Mothers and New Born Infants

Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana in Jharkhand for Mothers and New Born Infants
Mukesh Jindal
Written by Mukesh Jindal

Jharkhand State Government has recently launched a new scheme named Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana. This scheme offers various facilities to the infants and the new mother across the state.

The state government of Jharkhand is about to implement this Bal Garib Samridhhi by which state’s new mother and the newborn infants will get benefited. The scheme will offer essential assistance to the targeted beneficiaries who are the apparently to be poor and also for those who gets dominated or treated ill by the powerful people of the society.

Chief Minister Raghubar Das addressed the public during the launching event of the scheme at the conference meeting arranged by the state high court and the state Department of the women and child development.

Bal Garib Samridhhi Yojana in Jharkhand for Mothers and New Born Infantsvia


If we witness the government plans and scheme which are introduced in recent time, it can understandable that the central government is keen on providing better welfare for the women and children across the nation. There have been several schemes which offer financial assistance to the newborn infants and also for new mothers with the intention of making their financial abilities to intake the nutrients foods.

Chief Minister Raghubar Das, while inaugurating the Third Eastern Region Round Table Conferences on effective implementation of Juvenile Justice Act 2015 at BNR Chanakya appealed the affluent people to donate a part of their earnings so that no more children die during their birth.

The conference was organised by the Supreme Court Juvenile Justice Committee in partnership with Department of Women, Child Development and Social Security with the support of UNICEF and was hosted by the Jharkhand High Court.


Supreme Court Judge Justice Madan B Lokur said that the objective of the conclave was to take stock of the progress made on the key recommendations from the previous two conferences, focus on the non-institutional mechanisms for rehabilitation and restoration of children and deliberation on the linkages with other child right legislations, especially the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012.


A Rehabilitation centre is also being constructed in Deoghar involving Rs30 crore for which 7.5 acres of land has already been allotted.

An amount of Rs23 crore has already been spent in this regard. The girls will also be imparted skill development here in these rehabilitation centres.


  • The conference was intended to promote learning from across the states and to develop strategies for effective implementation of the JJ Act in India. The states participating in this two-day conference were Odisha, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Andaman and Nicobar.
  • A similar rehabilitation centre was being constructed in Gumla so that the trafficked children could also be made to stand on their own feet.
  • The government is committed towards the welfare of the poor and exploited hence more focus is being given on the rehabilitation of such children so that they could be protected from going back
  • Two ‘Adarsh Bal Griha’ have been constructed in Ranchi and Jamshedpur having all modern facilities in it.
  • The poor and the orphan children will also be educated and imparted skill development through Rehabilitation Centres.
  • The rehabilitation, restoration and counselling services of children in need of care and protection, is extremely important. Alternate care methods like special courts for vulnerable witnesses, effective utilisation of finances and social audits are the need of the hour and will be deliberated on in this two -day conference,” said Justice Lokur.
  • It was an important forum to bring together the judiciary, executive and all stakeholders on a common platform to review the plan of action and develop the way forward for effective implementation of the  Act.
  • UNICEF has been collaborating with the Judiciary, Department of Women, Child Development and Social Security and the police in its efforts to build adequate structures and systems for the effective implementation of the Juvenile Justice Act at the State level.


Today’s consultation is very crucial as it will help develop strategies for effective implementation of the Juvenile Justice Act across the country for speedy justice to children and remove bottlenecks in mission mode for a safe and secure childhood for the most vulnerable children of our country. This scheme has a similar approach with a vast vision.

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Mukesh Jindal

Mukesh Jindal

My name is Mukesh Jindal, and I am from New Delhi, India. I am an engineer by profession. I am employed by an IT company in which I work. My topics of interest include technology, mobile, and apps.

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