Udyami Sakhi Mandal Yojana in Jharkahand

Udyami Sakhi Mandal Yojana in Jharkahand

The state people of Jharkhand are experiencing several welfare schemes and also schemes and plans introduced for the development of state women & children under the currently ruling state government. Though, there are several social welfare scheme was introduced in the state, still both the central and state governments looking keen on providing better governance for the women and children in the state particularly who are from the economically weaker class of the state Jharkhand. In addition to those women welfare schemes in the state, the CM of Jharkhand recently launched the Udyami Sakhi Mandal Yojana for the empowerment of the women especially from the rural areas.

Udyami Sakhi Mandal Yojana

The Yojana was specially launched in order to improve the living standards of the women from the rural areas of the state. As per the government’s newly proposed scheme, Udyami Sakhi Mandal the rural women from the state will be trained in groups and supported with sufficient assistances by the state government so that the group of rural women would able to stand on their own by involving into entrepreneurship by setting up small scale firms in their location.

S.No Things Need to Know Detailed Information
1 Name of the scheme Udyami Sakhi Mandal Yojana
2 State which introduced this scheme Jharkhand
3 Motive of this scheme Empowering Rural Women in the state
4 Eligible women to avail benefits under this scheme Women from poor and financially weaker families in the Jharkhand state
5 What does the scheme provide? To promote rural women into entrepreneurships.


By doing so, the women empowerment in the state would be increased and also it will strongly convey the government’s vision of making gender equality across the nation. Both the central and state governments of India well aware of the fact that in order to avail the development status the role of women in the nation’s growth would be inevitable on accounting that fact, such welfare schemes are being introduced all across the nation. The state of Jharkhand successfully managed to introduce this women empowerment scheme.

Women empowerment in the Jharkhand State

Jharkhand one of the state which has more number of rural areas when compared with other states in the nation, having more rural areas than the urban areas more welfare schemes for the people are being introduced by the state government in recent times, particularly in the women empowerment field.

In order to create awareness about the gender equality and to provide equal rights to women the state government has conducing several awareness campaign and policies throughout the state. On the recently submitted state budget the current CM Mr. Raghubar Das, has announced that special care will be provided for the state agricultural activities and also to the women empowerment activities in the state. As per the data released by the CM, the state women empowerment gets about 20% from the budget.

Key points about the Udyami Sakhi Mandal scheme

  • Under this scheme, women will be advised to form 15 member groups within themselves. So that each group will get prefect assistance from the state government in order to set up small level industrial firm in their locations.
  • Apart from providing financial assistance to the women groups, the state government under this women empowerment scheme offers proper training and guidelines from the experts to the women groups to achieve success.
  • By introducing this women empowerment scheme, the rural women would get increased annual income. With that they can lead family more sufficiently, also since the scheme picks only the women from weaker class from the society it will lay strong foundation for the entire weaker community to grow financially stronger.
  • In addition to those benefits, the state CM announced the cash benefits for the children from the Taili community who are considered as the low level in the society. Around 3 lakh will be offered to the relevant family who are financially weaker to send their children to schools.

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