Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana: Celebrating Tribal Culture
Objectives of Chief Minister Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Scheme
The primary goal of the Chief Minister Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana is to support gram panchayats in organizing tribal festivals and celebrations across the state. During the trust conference, a grant of Rs. 5,000 was allocated to 1,840 gram panchayats in Bastar division for the implementation of this scheme. This financial aid aims to facilitate the grandeur of tribal festivals, ensuring they continue to thrive.
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Key Highlights of Mukhyamantari Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi YojanaChief Minister Bhupesh Baghel introduced the Mukhyamantari Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana during the Bharose Sammelan program held in Jabalpur on April 13th. The scheme intends to allocate grants to gram panchayats for celebrating tribal festivals and cultural events. The first installment of Rs. 5,000 was disbursed to 1,840 gram panchayats during the conference.This initiative spans all the scheduled areas of the state, with a budget allocation of Rs. 5 crore for the fiscal year 2023-24. Village-level governing bodies and section-level governing bodies will be established to oversee the scheme’s implementation. Through this initiative, tribal festivals will be celebrated with grandeur in the villages every year.
Benefits and Features of Mukhyamantari Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana
- Chief Minister Adivasi Parab Samman Nidhi Yojana was launched on April 13, 2023, by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
- The scheme provides grants to gram panchayats for celebrating tribal festivals and cultural events.
- An annual assistance of Rs. 10,000 will be provided to celebrate tribal festivals, distributed in two installments of Rs. 5,000 each.
- The first installment was disbursed to 1,840 Gram Panchayats during the scheme’s launch.
- The assistance can be utilized for tribal festivals, festival fairs, Jatra festivals, Sarna Puja, Navakhai, Hareli, and more in scheduled areas, preserving tribal culture and traditions.
- Financial support to tribal communities for celebrating their festivals promotes inclusivity and reduces discrimination.
- The Janpad Panchayat’s Chief Executive Officer will oversee the scheme’s implementation.
- A budget provision of Rs. 5 crore has been made for the fiscal year 2023-24.
- The scheme encourages people to witness and participate in tribal festivals, fostering cultural appreciation.