Mukhya Mantri Yojna(Social Security)






Mukhyamantri Kanya suraksha Yojana:



          The major objectives of this scheme are: to prevent female foeticides, to encourage birth of girl child, to improve sex  ratio and to encourage birth registration.




Benefits :


          under this scheme are provided to those girls of BPL families who were born after November 22, 2007. Benefits are given to only for two girls per family.


   Under this scheme, an amount of Rs 2,000 is invested in Child Carrier Balanced Plan of UTI Mutual Fund in the name of girl.  For the financial year 2011-12 the target was


  to benefit 500000 beneficiaries with a total budget of Rs. 1000000000. So far an amount of Rs 400000000 has been distributed and request to provide remaining amount has


  been sent to the Department.





Mukhya Mantri Kanya Vivah Yojana:



The objective of this Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the family of the girl child at the time of her marriage, encourage registration of marriage and her education and to stop child marriage.

Implementation Status


Till March 31, 2011, a total of Rs. 5192 lakhs had been disbursed to about 85,000 girls. In the financial year 201011, the budgetary allocation for this Scheme is Rs. 8000


 lakhs; the aim is to benefit about 158,400 girls during 2010-11.


Benefits and Eligibility 


Under this Scheme girls belonging to below poverty line (BPL) families and those families whose income is below Rs.  60,000 per annum are provided Rs. 5000


 at the time of marriage. The one-time cash transfer scheme supports the marriage of women at the right age. The Scheme also aims to prevent the practice of dowry.