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Typical Questions for LDC Examinations on Planning,Rural Developments&Poverty allavations

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Planning Rural Development&Poverty Allavation Programme

Concentrate your special care to the following questions to attain top rank in LDC Examination conducted by PSC.In any examination conducted by KPSC the followings are the inevitable ones.Rural development sections are the backbone of the examinations conducted by KPSC especially LDC and LGS.The speciality of this questions are perplexing, that is simple to study,but simple to forget.So approach those questions in such manner and study them.Two parts are there in each questions that is an year oriented &names included in each of them.

STUDY THE FOLLOWING PRECIOUS QUESTIONS FOR LDC EXAMINATIONS

  • Mahila Samakya was launched in accordance to—-policy
    New Education Policy(1986)
  • Aim of Mahila Samakya Programme
    Woman Empowerment through Education
  • Informal Banking System under Mahila Samakya
    Deedi Bank
  • Which is the community based education centre operated by Mahila Samakya
    Jnaan sala
  • Central Rural Sanitation Programme was launched in
    1986
  • The Primary objective of CRSP is
    Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas
  • Which programme was launched in 1988-89 for extending single point light connections to households of rural families below poverty line including Harijan’s and Adivasis
    Kutir Jyoti
  • The National credit fund for women which is known as Rashtriya Mahila Kosh(RMK)was set up in
    1993
  • —-is a comprehensive scheme recently announced by Govt:of India for the prevention of commercial sexual exploitation in India
    Ujjawala
  • Ujjwala scheme was started in —
    2007
  • Aim of STEP is—–
    Skill Development of women
  • Support to training and empowerment programme for women (STEP)was launched in—-
    1986-87
  • Women’s empowerment of livelihood programme in mid-gangetic plain(WELP)is also known as ——
    Priyadarshini
  • In 2010Govt:of India introduced a new scheme for pregnant and lactating women called
    Indira Gandhi Matritva sahyoh yojana(IGMSY)
  • A Scheme for women in Difficult circumstances was launched by the department of Women and Child Development in 2001-02
    Swadhar Greh Scheme
  • PMRY aims—
    Providing self employment to educated unemployed youths
  • Prime minister Rozgar Yojana was launched in
    1993
  • Govt:of India launched NSAP as a centrally Sponsored scheme w.e.f
    15th August 1995
  • Integrated Women Empowerment programme is also known as —-
    Swayam sidha
  • The main objective of Swayam Sidha is –
    Women empowerment
  • What does GKY stands for—
    Ganga Kalyan Yojana
  • Balika Samridhi Yojana(BSY)begins in —
    1997
  • Which programme was introduced in 1997 for poverty reduction in urban areas—
    Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana
  • Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi is available for ——to medical assistance
    BPL families
  • Jawahar Grama Samrudhi Yojana (JGSY)is implements entirely at the level of—-
    Grama Panchayath
  • Jawahar Grama Samrudhi Yojana (JGSY) is the restructured ,streamlined and comprehensive version of the erstwhile—-
    Jawahar Rozhar Yojana
  • The main objective of PMGSY is —–
    to provide all weather roadconnecting in rural areas of the country
  • The PMGSY was launched in —–
    2000
  • SGSY is operative from—–
    April 1,1999
  • SGSY is funded by the Centre and the States in the ratio
    75:25
  • The Self Help Groupunder SGSY ,may generally consists of —-persons
    10-20
  • PMGSY was launched in —–
    2000
  • Pradhanmantri Gramodaya Yojana focuses on —–
    Village development
  • Antodaya Anna Yojana ensures—-
    Food security to the poorest of the poor
  • Antodaya Anna Yojana was launched with effect from —–
    25-12-2000
  • VAMBAY is the scheme of —-
    Urban House construction and renovation
  • The main subcomponent of VAMBAY is —–
    National Bharat Abhiyan
  • National Bharat Abhiyan aims—–
    Improve urban Healthand sanitation facilities
  • The basic objective Integrated Housing and Slum Development programme is ——
    The improvement of slums in the cities and town not covered under JNNRUM in the country
  • VAMBAY is merged with—-
    Integrated Housing and Slum Development programmme(IHSDP)
  • Valmiki Ambedkar Avas Yojana was operationalised on —-
    2001 August 15
  • Integrated Housing and Slum Development programme commenced on —-
    December 2005
  • Employment Assurance Scheme and the Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojana(JGSY)merged into a single rural wage employment programme called—-
    Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana(SGRY)
  • The main objective of SGRY is —-
    To provide additional wage employment in rural areas
  • The SGRY programme was implemented through —-institution
    Panchayati Raj
  • The —-scheme aims at providing food security to meet the requirement of
    those senior citizens who though eligible have remained uncovered under the National Old Age Pension Scheme (NOAPS)
    Annapurna
  • Annapurna scheme was introduced on ——
    01.2002
  • Under Annapurna scheme ,the beneficiary should be —years or above
    65
  • The benificiaries under Annapurna scheme are selected in—–
    Gram Sabhas and Gram Panchayath
  • Antodaya Anna Yojana has been launched by Hon’ble Minister of India on–
    The 25th December 2000

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