Thu. Feb 25th, 2021
Hello friends, today we are going to talk on deendayal antyodaya yojana. about deen dayal antyodaya yojana that what is this deendayal antyodaya? And also we will know what are the benefits of antyodaya yojana? How can we take advantage of this deen dayal upadhyaya antyodaya yojana of the government, who can be a partner in deendayal antyodaya yojana scheme and here we will discuss it in deendayal antyodaya yojana in Hindi (Hindi) language

Friends, as you all know that very few people are fully aware of all the schemes like deendayal antyodaya yojana run by the government, but there are many people who do not know anything about such schemes because Mostly these schemes are published in Hindi language on the Internet.

But friends, here now we have given you complete information about this Deendayal antyodaya yojana in english language so that no one gets any problem in reading this information, so let’sunderstand in detailabout this Deendayal antyodaya yojana scheme. I understand in detail

Name of scheme  Deendayal Antyodaya Scheme
Plan form NRLM / NULM
Full form of NRLM National Rural Livelihoods Mission
Full form of NULM National Urban Livelihoods Mission
Official website (Urban) (Rural) Or
Launched By, 
NRLM Launch Date,
NRLM Launch Date,
PM Narendra Modi, 25 September 2014.
June 2011. 
23rd September 2013.
investment amount ₹500 crore
Target beneficiary  To reduce poverty

What is Deendayal antyodaya Yojana?

Friends Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana was launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India, in 2011 as a restructured version of the Swarna Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY). The government’s Antyodaya scheme aims to create an efficient and effective institutional platform for the rural poor to help them increase household income and improve financial services through sustainable livelihood enhancements.

Here, let us tell you an important thing because very few people know that in November 2011, the Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana program was renamed Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana (DAY-NRLM).

Friends, if we understand this scheme in very simple language, then this deendayal antyodaya Yojana is for the poor citizens of our country. Through this scheme, the government will work to remove extreme poverty located in the country. Will implement the schemes which will be employed in increasing the income of the poor and making a better life of the poor in the country. Just like the Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana is a better example of this Deendayal scheme.

Friends, in simple words, the purpose of this scheme is to provide a better life to the people of our country and at the same time friends let us tell you that this deendayal antyodaya Yojana is also known by another name NRLM (National Rural Livelihoods Mission) and also the name of this scheme for the urban people of our country is NULM (National Urban Livelihoods Mission) 

Deendayal antyodaya Yojana – NRLM Mission

Reducing poverty by enabling poor families to have access to efficient self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in an appreciable improvement in the poor’s livelihoods permanently through strong grassroots institutions

Additionally, NRLM has created an agenda to engage 7 crores, rural poor families, in 600 districts, 6000 blocks, 2.5 lakh gram panchayats, and 6 lakh villages through our self-managed self-help groups (SHGs) and federations.

In addition, the poor will be helped to increase their access to rights, rights and public services, better social indicators of diverse risk and empowerment. NRLM believes in exploiting the innate capabilities of the poor and complementing them with capacity (information, knowledge, skills, tools, finance, and collectivity) to participate in the country’s growing economy.

Deendayal antyodaya Yojana – NULM Mission

The mission will aim to provide shelter equipped with essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner. In addition, the mission will also address the livelihood concerns of urban street vendors by facilitating access to appropriate locations, institutional credit, social security and skills for urban street vendors to access emerging market opportunities.

Objectives Of Deendayal antyodaya Yojana 

NRLM aims to reduce rural poverty by enabling poor families to have access to efficient self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities. The mission aims to mobilize 10-12 crore, rural families, into self-help groups in a time-bound manner by 2024-25. The mission is designed to bring about a sustainable improvement in the livelihood of the poor through the creation of strong community institutions. The central objective of the mission is to “establish efficient and effective institutional platforms for the rural poor that enable them to increase household income and improve financial and public services through livelihood enhancements”

NULM Guiding Principles

The main assumption of the Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihood Mission (DAY-NULM) is that the poor are entrepreneurs and have an innate desire to come out of poverty. This challenge is to highlight their abilities to generate meaningful and sustainable livelihoods. The first step in this process is to motivate the urban poor to form their own institution.

They and their institutions need to provide adequate capacity so that they can manage the external environment, use finance, expand their skills, enterprises, and assets. This requires continuous and carefully designed handholding support. An external, dedicated and sensitive support structure, from the national level to city and community level, is essential for social mobility, institution building, and livelihood promotion.

DAY-NULM believes that any livelihood promotion program can be conducted by the poor and their institutions in a time-bound manner. Such strong institutional platforms support the poor in building their own human, social, financial and other assets. This, in turn, enables them to access rights, rights, opportunities, and services from the public and private sectors, while increasing their solidarity, voice and bargaining power.

NRLM Guiding Principles

The social mobility of the poor and the creation of strong institutions are important to highlight the innate capabilities of the poor.

An external dedicated and sensitive support structure is required to motivate social mobilization, institution building, and empowerment processes.

Knowledge dissemination, skill-building, access to credit, access to marketing, and access to other livelihood services to enable them to enjoy a portfolio of sustainable livelihoods.

ELIGIBILITY Of Deendayal antyodaya Yojana 

  • The scheme is targeted at both urban and rural poor and includes beneficiaries above 18 years of age who were part of the earlier Azizika program.
  • It is mandatory for a person to be an Indian citizen to be a participant in the livelihood program
  • An only unemployed people will get the maximum benefit of this scheme.

    BENEFITS Of Deendayal antyodaya Yojana 

    The rural component of DAY is to train 5-10 lakh youth from villages in India and provide them skills to provide better employment opportunities. The urban component of DAY is to train 5 lakh urban poor in the City Livelihoods Center set up by the government, where the government will spend Rs 15,000 / – per person in training programs. Each group will be provided with an initial amount of Rs 10,000 / – and the registered federation will be provided an amount of Rs 50,000 / – at the field level.

    Deendayal antyodaya Yojana Registretion Form 

    So friends, after doing so much discus about the scheme, now we will know here how you can apply online for all deendayal antyodaya yojana. Can an online form be filled in the plan or is the process of applying in this scheme offline

    Friends, let us tell you all here that there is currently no process to apply for rural component (NRLM) of deendayal antyodaya yojana, but if a person is from the urban area, then he apply online in deendayal antyodaya yojana-NULM Can benefit from the scheme.

    1. To apply in the scheme, you can directly access the registration page of the scheme by clicking on the online application link given below. Online application form Link – Click Here

    2. After reaching the registration page, you have to fill all the information asked in the registration form such as mobile number, your address, parent’s name, your birth date, caste etc.

    3. After filling all the information mentioned above in the registration form correctly, you have to click on the “Save & Sms” button, this will submit your form for further action.

    Note –  Be careful while filling the mobile number in the registration form, you do not have to put a 0 in front of your number.

    Highlights of Deendayal antyodaya Yojana (NRLM)

    1. Universal Social Awakening: Initially NRLM will ensure that at least one member from every scheduled rural poor family, especially women member, is brought into the Self Help Group Network in a time-bound manner. After this, both women and men will be organized to address livelihood matters ie farmers’ organizations, milk producers’ cooperative organizations, weavers’ associations, etc. All institutions are inclusive and no poor will be left out of them. NRLM will ensure adequate coverage of vulnerable sections of the society so that in view of the ultimate goal of 100% coverage of BPL families, 50% beneficiaries are women, 45% beneficiaries are minorities and 3% beneficiaries are disabled persons.

    2. Training, Capacity Building and Skill Building: NRLM will ensure that the poor provide adequate skills to: manage their institutions, establish market linkages, manage existing livelihoods, their credit utilization potential and credit To increase credit A multi-pronged approach is envisaged for target families, self-help groups, their confederations, government personnel, bankers, non-governmental organizations and other key stakeholders. Special focus will be on employing community professionals and community resource persons for capacity building of self-help groups and their confederations and other groups. NRLM will make extensive use of ICT to make knowledge dissemination and capacity building more effective.

    3. Revolving Fund and Capital Subsidy: The subsidy will be available in the form of revolving fund and capital subsidy. Revolving funds will be made available to the SHGs (where more than 70 percent of the members belong to BPL families) as incentives so that they can form a habit of saving and accumulate funds to meet their long term credit needs and short term consumption needs. can do. The subsidy will be in the form of a group and as the driving capital to meet the credit needs of the members and to avail of bank financing. To come out of poverty, there is a need for continuous and easy availability of finance at reasonable rates when they do not accumulate large amounts of funds.

    4. Universal Financial Inclusion: NRLM will work to achieve universal financial inclusion in addition to all poor families, self-help groups. NRLM will work on the demand and supply side of financial inclusion. On the demand side, it will promote financial literacy among the poor and provide motivational capital to self-help groups and their federations. On the supply side, it will coordinate with the financial sector and encourage the use of information, communication and technology (ICT) based financial technologies, business correspondents and community facilitators such as Bank Mitra. For universal coverage of rural poor in the event of death, health, and destruction of assets

    5. Skills and planning projects: NRLM will continue skill upgrading and planning projects through partnership mode as it is one of the best investments among youth and promotes livelihood opportunities in emerging markets. To strengthen this, various models of partnership with public, private, non-governmental and community organizations will be created. Relations with industrial confederations and sector-specific employee unions will be strengthened. National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) will be the major partner in this effort. Under NRLM, 45 percent of the central allocation is earmarked for this purpose.

    6. New Initiatives: According to NRLM, the new initiatives will pave many avenues to remove the poop. 5% of the Central allocation is earmarked for new initiatives. They should be the perfect solution and they should have a clear mandate to provide information to the livelihood organizations of the poor and their capacity building. Initiatives should be adopted that benefit the poorest of the poorest of the poor and have maximum impact from limited sources.

    7. Monitoring and Learning: Regular meetings of web-based review committee (s) by NRLM; Monitoring of their results, processes and activities will be done by senior colleagues, local, district, state and national level monitoring groups through a system of visits and review and planning missions. Process monitoring studies, toxicological studies and impact evaluations will help with the above. This will encourage social accountability processes to bring more transparency. This would be in addition to the mechanisms developed by the LRLM and the state governments.

    8. Agenda of NRLM: Under NRLM, a target has been set to provide self-run SHGs of 7.0 crore BPL families in 6000 blocks of 2.5 lakh panchayats in 6.0 lakh villages of the country and their federal institutions and for livelihood purposes. Under NRLM, they will be assisted in their efforts for long-term and poverty alleviation. In addition, the poor will be made aware of their jurisdiction. Used for training and capacity building of not only the beneficiaries but also all other stakeholders including program officers and staff, community professionals, concerned government employees, etc., NGOs, Panchayati Raj Institutions, etc. Expenditure on exposure visits and immersion tours are also to be covered under this component. The mentioned skill training refers to member level training for self-employment and is different from employment-linked skills training.


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