Thursday, April 21, 2022

Smart City Plan

Smart City Plan
Smart City Plan

The decision to make 100 cities smart cities in the country has been taken by the government.

Such a scale has been prepared to have at least one smart city in all the states, for which the state governments have been asked to send the list of cities of their state in 15 days. On June 25, 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has presented the Smart City project in front of the countrymen.

Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said that every state will have a smart city. He said that the work of the smart city would be done in two phases, first the construction of the new smart city, second the renovation of the old city.

For the new smart city, there is a plan to give a smart city between two big cities.

The city which has a population of more than 1 lakh will be made a smart city.

The cities which are to be made smart cities must have the provision of transport along with the municipal corporation, electricity, and water system. Also, IT should be used city.

Along with this, it was also said that a smart city will help in the development of its nearest city.

Most of the names of cities of Uttar Pradesh have been included in Smart City.

Benefits of Smart City:-

The metropolitan cities in the country, they get all the facilities, then they have technical knowledge, this practical knowledge, the students here are smart in every sense as compared to the normal urban people, in such a situation, the arrival of the smart city in every state is all will prove effective for

Development is very slow in small villages, so the coming of Smart City will help in the development of these villages.

Students of small cities also get very good examples of art, knowledge but they do not get a proper platform, but due to projects like Smart City, they will also get a chance to move forward on time and a little easier.

In the smart city, the outside company will open its company, which will provide employment and control poverty.

This dream of a smart city is very big, just the road map with which it is being brought, if work is done in that direction with full sincerity, then surely one day India will also be counted as a smart country.

On 25 June 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi put the concept of Smart City in front of the countrymen, in which he addressed the countrymen directly and said whether your city is right to become a Smart City or not. It is only your city that will decide. Modi Ji defined the concept of Smart City by saying a line “A city that is two steps ahead of the needs of the citizen.

Some criteria have been prepared for a smart city, the city which will have all these qualities will be included in a smart city. A city having all these qualities will be called a smart city.

The criteria for Smart City are as follows:-

There should be 24 hours electricity and water facility.

There should be a proper transport facility in the city.

There should be the proper classification of roads, under which footpaths and vehicle paths should be made properly.

There should be hi-tech transportation. Public transport should be easy.

There should be greenery in the city.

The cities should have been increased under a good plan.

Wi-Fi signal throughout the city.

The city will also have a smart police station.

In his speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has requested the people of the country to give full cooperation. Just as there are more active people and media than the government in the Swachh Bharat Mission, in the same way all citizens will also have to be aware of making their city a smart city.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi openly praised the media, the way the media has been making everyone aware of the cleanliness campaign, is commendable. Modi Ji has made everyone a partner in the development of the country.

A budget of Rs 48,000 crore has been prepared by the Center for Smart City. Apart from this, two schemes have been launched by the government. After examining these three schemes a lot, the government has started it under the guidance of Modi Ji himself. Along with this, the states and municipal corporations have also been invited to give their opinion.

Smart City is an unprecedented large-scale scheme, which requires everyone's cooperation to give it its original shape.

The work of the country's first Smart City (GIFT) started in the year 2011 itself.

Prime Minister Modi Ji has also started the work of smart city development in Gujarat. Modi Ji started the work of this smart city in the year 2011 near Ahmedabad which has been named Gujarat International Financial Tech (GIFT). This Gujarat International Financial Tech will act as an example for other smart cities. 

This decision of Smart City will be very good for all of us. For the development of the country, the development of cities is necessary and at the same time, it is very important to improve the profile of the village. For which it is necessary to have a smart city in every state. And the day this work is done, the development of the country will be fast.

Smart City is such a concept that will take all of us closer to the digital world. The only difference between us and the western countries is digitization. Our growth rate is low because of our distance from the digital world. If we cover this distance, we can easily become a developed country.

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Modi Ji has made it clear in his speech that this smart city scheme is starting from the top, not the bottom, in which the municipal corporation and municipality will talk for the first time about the information and problem of their city. To make people aware, Shri Modi ji also gave the slogan of #Mera Shahar Mera Sapna (My city is my dream). Now the work in this direction will start from a low level.

Names of cities in making a smart city:

The list of the states whose cities are reported to be in the Smart City scheme so far is as follows.

Madhya Pradesh

1. Bhopal

2. Indore

3. Sea

4. Jabalpur

5. Satna

6. Ujjain

7. Gwalior

 Uttar Pradesh

1. Kanpur

2. Allahabad

3. Lucknow

4. Jhansi

5. Agra

6. Varanasi

7. Moradabad

8. Aligarh

9. Sarahanpur

10. Bareilly

11. Rampur

12. Ghaziabad


1. Pune

2. Navi Mumbai

3. Nagpur

4. Nashik

5. Aurangabad

6. Kalyan Dombivli

7. Thane

8. Amaravati

9. Soulahpur

10. Greater Mumbai


1. OulGreat


1. Kochi


1. Kavrati


1. Aizwal

Himachal Pradesh

1. Dharamsala


1. Panaji


1. Shillong


1. Delhi

Daman Diu

1. Diu

Andaman and Nicobar

1. Port Blair


1. Raipur

2. Bilaspur


1. Chandigarh


1. Guwahati

Arunachal Pradesh

1. Pasighat

Dadar Nagar Haveli

1. Silvassa


1. Imphal


1. Kohima


1. Bhubaneswar

2. Rourkela



Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Sansad Adarsh ​​Gram Yojana

Sansad Adarsh ​​Gram Yojana
Sansad Adarsh ​​

The objective of Sansad Adarsh ​​Gram Yojana (SAGY) launched on 11 October 2014

It is to inculcate values ​​in the villages and their people so that they become a model village for others by improving their own lives. So that people imitate them and implement those changes on themselves as well. 

The scheme encourages the MPs of both the Houses of Parliament to identify at least one village in their constituency and develop it as a model village by 2016. And 2019 makes more than 2,500 villages out of 6 lakh villages spread across the country a part of this scheme by including two more villages.

Recognitions of Sansad Adarsh ​​Gram Yojana:-

Accepting people's participation is a solution in itself to problems like this – ensure that all sections of the society participate in all aspects related to rural life to governance.

Follow Antyodaya - Enable the 'poorest and weakest person' of the village to lead a decent life.

Ensure gender equality and respect for women.

Ensure the guarantee of social justice.

Instill a sense of dignity of labor and community service and voluntarism.

Promote a culture of cleanliness.

To live as a companion of nature – ensure a balance between development and ecology.

Protect and promote local cultural heritage.

To continuously practice mutual cooperation, self-help, and self-reliance.

To promote peace and harmony in the rural community.

To exercise transparency, accountability, and honesty in public life.

To develop the spirit of local self-government.

To abide by the values ​​enshrined in the Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties as enshrined in the Indian Constitution.


Main objectives include-

1. To accelerate the processes of leadership for the overall development of identified Gram Panchayats.

 2. To improve the quality of life of all sections of the population through the following means-

infrastructure improvement

high productivity

enhance human development

better livelihood opportunities

reducing inequalities

realization of rights and entitlements

wider social mobility

rich social capital

3. To create models of local level development and effective local governance in such a way that the neighboring panchayats are motivated and encouraged to learn and adapt those models.

4. To develop identified model villages as centers of local development that can train other Gram Panchayats.


point of view:-

To achieve these objectives, SAGY will be guided by the following approach-

To harness the leadership, capability, commitment, and energy of the Member of Parliament (MP) to develop Model Village Panchayats.

Connecting the community and motivating initiatives for local-level development.

Coordinating various government programs, private and voluntary initiatives for comprehensive development commensurate with the aspirations and local potential of the people.

Develop partnerships with voluntary organizations, cooperatives, and educational and research institutions.

Focusing on results and sustainability.

Activities of Adarshgram:-

In an ideal village, the people in the Gram Panchayat, civil society, and government machinery should be duly supported by the parliamentarians to share perspectives, make the best possible use of their own capabilities and available resources. Naturally, an ideal village would be context-specific. However, definitively important activities are yet to be identified.

Latest information related to the scheme:-

The village adopted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi under Sasand Adarsh ​​Village is Jayapur. The village adopted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi under Sasand Adarsh ​​Village Jayapur has located 25 km from Banaras. People of many castes and communities live together in this village with a mixed population. It is said that this village has been a stronghold of the Sangh since its inception.

The population of the village is 2974. The number of males in this is 1541 while the number of females is 1433. The main occupation of the people here is agriculture. This village is deprived of basic facilities. There is neither a health center nor a middle school here. There is no veterinary hospital here. People have to go to the nearby village Jakkhini for many facilities.

About this village falling in the Sewapuri assembly constituency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the name of this village was first heard when he came to Varanasi. However, due to the sad incident heard the name of this village. Five people had died due to fire in this village, due to which the name of this village was heard. At the same time, I joined this village. He said that we will make Jayapur a model village.

The people of Jayapur had dreamed about the construction of village roads for years, but it seems that the dream is now being fulfilled. There is a wave of happiness among the villagers seeing the development work being done. They hope that now the picture of the village will change.

After the adoption of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his call was immediately welcomed by the people of Jayapur village. With the exercise of preserving the 300-year-old Mahua tree of the village, now a resolution is also being taken to celebrate the birth of a girl child. The villagers have figured out the way to arrange money for the marriage of the girl child.

Parents will now plant money-giving plants along with the birth of a girl child on the bunds of their fields and the vacant lands of the garden. Better than this step taken for girl's wealth as well as environmental protection.


Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana
Pradhan Mantri
Mudra Yojana

For small and medium-sized industries in the country, the Government of India has launched Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) in April 2015. 

Implemented from 8th April 2015. The objective of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) is to promote the skills of educated youth as well as to empower women. There are many such small businessmen in our country who do not get financial help from the bank easily because they are not able to fulfill the rules of the bank, due to this they are unable to increase their industries.

Keeping this in mind, the Government of India has launched the Mudra (Micro Units Development Refinance Agency) scheme to promote small-scale industries. Under PMMY, every person who has a small-scale industry or partnership business with anyone can take a loan from this Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana.

Types of Mudra Loan:-

Under the Mudra scheme, the Mudra loan is divided into three parts keeping in mind the needs of different businesses.

There are three types of loans under Mudra Yojana.

Shishu Loan - Loans up to Rs. 50000/- are given under Shishu Loan.

Kishor Loan - Loans above Rs. 50000/- and up to Rs. 5 lakh are given under Kishore Loan.

Tarun Loan - Loans above Rs 5 lakh and up to Rs 10 lakh are given under Tarun Loan.

Benefits of Mudra Yojana:-

Loans are generally provided without guarantee under the Mudra scheme.

No processing fee is charged for providing a loan under Mudra Yojana.

The repayment period of the Mudra loan can be extended up to 5 years.

Working Capital Loan can be provided through Mudra Card.

Eligibility: -

Any Indian citizen or firm who wants to start his business in any field (other than agriculture) or wants to pursue his current business and his financial requirement is up to 10 lakh rupees, can apply for a loan under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana. can apply.

How to apply under Mudra Yojana?

STEP 1: Gathering information and choosing the right bank

There is no fixed procedure to apply for a loan under Mudra Yojana. To take a loan, the applicant should first contact the banks near him and collect complete information related to the loan process and interest rate. To get the loan, you have to fill the application form and submit some documents with it.

STEP 2: Preparation of documents and submission of application-

Banks generally want to get two types of information based on your financial needs in which they can ask for different types of documents for providing the loan:-

By collecting various documents such as Balance Sheets, Income Tax Returns, and your current business information for the last two years, we try to know whether you are capable of repaying the loan back with interest or not. Banks try to know whether your How many risks are there in the business so that they can ensure that the money given by them will be safe.

Banks try to know through your future Business Plan, Project Report, Future Income Estimates, etc. that in what type of work the loan given by the bank will be used and how much and how the profit of the business will increase due to that loan.

STEP 3. Loan Processing 

After submitting the application form along with the proper documents, the bank will check your documents and they may also ask for some more documents to be completely satisfied. This process may take a few days. And after the loan processing process is completed, you will be given a check of the disbursement amount which is deposited in the applicant's bank account. Banks ensure that the loan amount is spent only for your business or for the purpose for which the loan is given. For this, they take many steps like if the applicant has to buy any big machinery or equipment in his project, then payment should be done through check only.

Rejection of loan application:-

Bank can also reject the applicant's application if the applicant's documents and the industry/business project shown are not correct by the bank. If there is any minor mistake in the documents and application, then the bank itself gives guidance to the applicant and gets it rectified, and approves the loan.

Mudra Card:-

A Mudra card (in the form of a Rupay Debit Card) will be issued to all the applicants taking a Mudra loan, which will be like a debit card in a way. In this way, the businessman will be able to spend up to 10% of his Mudra loan amount with a Mudra card. 

The motivation behind the Mudra card is to meet the functioning capital requirements of the finance manager so the financial specialist can pay his day-by-day operational expense through the Mudra card and reduce the interest expense.

Mudra Scheme Helpline:-

If you face any problem while taking Mudra loan then you can contact on this helpline website, mail, and phone number –



Sunday, April 3, 2022

How to link Mobile Number with Aadhaar in Very Easy Steps

link Mobile Number  with Aadhaar
link Mobile Number  with Aadhaar


Not Linked Aadhaar Card with phone number? Get the solution here.

The UIDAI permits cardholders to change portable number connected to Aadhaar card in a couple of straightforward advances.

 Is your present portable number not connected to your Aadhaar card? On the off chance that indeed, you most likely should confront inconveniences in profiting a few administrations, particularly connected with banking and money. For example, while applying for a Visa, you want to check Aadhaar card subtleties by means of an OTP, which is shipped off the portable number enrolled with the record. Passing up such administrations on the grounds that your number isn't connected to your present portable number could incense. However, fortunately you can undoubtedly change the telephone number connected to your Aadhar card in a couple of basic advances.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), the authority dealing with the giving of Aadhaar cards and taking care of update solicitations of inhabitants, permits cardholders to refresh the telephone number connected to Aadhaar. You can change your Aadhaar connected telephone number at whatever point you change to another number.
Be that as it may, you should visit an Aadhaar Enrollment Center to make changes connected with the telephone number enlisted with the 12 digit one of a kind personality number gave to Indian occupants.
Other than your telephone number, you can likewise change your name, address, email ID, and biometric subtleties, among others, on the Aadhaar card. For most changes, you need to visit a close by Aadhaar Enrollment Center.
In any case, you can roll out a couple of improvements totally on the web, right from the solace of your home. You should simply visit the authority UIDAI site and apply for an Aadhaar update demand. 

This is the way to change the portable number on Aadhaar Card:

Stage 1: Visit the authority UIDAI site at to book an arrangement at your close by Aadhaar Enrollment Center.

Stage 2: Select your area from the dropdown menu and tap on the 'Book an Appointment' at Aadhaar Seva Kendra choice.

Stage 2: You want to take a printout of the Aadhaar Update/Correction Form.

Stage 3: Visit the Aadhaar Enrollment Center on the date of the arrangement and give the structure to the Aadhaar chief.

Stage 4: You should pay a little charge for the Aadhaar Card photograph change administration.

Stage 5: The leader will give you an affirmation slip with the update demand number (URN).

Stage 6: You can utilize the URN to check the situation with the number change demand. 

Stage 7: It will take more time to 90 days to change the number on Aadhaar card.

Source: Zee News India


Saturday, April 2, 2022



'Urja-Ganga' is a city gas distribution project for seven cities of eastern India- Varanasi, Ranchi, Cuttack, Patna, Jamshedpur, Bhubaneshwar, and Kolkata. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the project in Varanasi on October 24, 2016.

Important facts of the project:-

PNG to 50000 houses in Varanasi city Connection and CNG to 20000 vehicles. 20 stations will be constructed to provide

For this 800 km in Varanasi city. Length of MDPE A network of (Medium Density Polyethylene) pipes will be laid. It is a type of plastic classified by density, which has a density of 0.926–0.940 g/cm3.

The Urja-Ganga project is part of the Jagdishpur-Haldia-Bokaro-Dharma Pipeline Project (JHBDPL) under construction by GAIL. GAIL (India) Limited is India's largest integrated natural gas company. , Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, and P. pass through Bengal.


Why the need?

India emits 4.1 percent of the total global greenhouse gas.

According to the Paris Agreement, India is committed to cutting its GDP emissions intensity by 33-35 percent by 2030. The base year 2005 will be considered for this GDP emission intensity.

To fulfill this commitment, it is necessary that we reduce our dependence on conventional energy sources.

As an alternative to increasing our dependence on relatively clean energy sources, coal and wood used in rural areas can be converted into LPG. LPG to and from cities is being replaced by natural gas.

Urja-Ganga project is an important step in this series.

Benefits from the project:-

Sending gas in pipes will save human energy and time.

With an uninterrupted supply, the wait for cylinder recharge will end.

With this project, 5 lakh LPG will be provided in rural areas of Varanasi. The connection can be made available.

Fertilizer factories lying closed in Gorakhpur (UP), Barauni (Bihar), Sindri (Jharkhand) will be revived. These factories will also benefit from this project.

The traditional use of land through the underground pipelines will continue.

There will be no risk of adulteration and gas theft for the consumers.

Less cost on maintenance.

The main component of the natural gas used in this is methane, which burns more efficiently.

Employment opportunities will be available for the youth.

Project Limits:-

Once the construction work is completed, the capacity of the project cannot be increased.

Repair work at one place will affect the entire terminal.

Managing the safety of pipelines is a very difficult task.

Despite these limitations, the project is well suited to the urban lifestyle. It will be beneficial to establish it as a better option of energy source in homes, hospitals, schools, and other industrial institutions. It is important to note that the Ganges, India's longest river originates in India and flows through these states.




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