1. Health Department
2. Education Department
3. Social Welfare Department
4. Schedule Caste & Schedule Tribe Welfare Department
5. Backward Class & Extreme Backward Class Welfare Department
6. Minority Welfare Department
7. Disaster Management Department
|Avsar Badhe, Aage Padhein||One GNM Institute in all 38 districts
One Para Medical institute in all 38 districts
One ANM institute in all 54 sub-divisions
One Nursing college in every medical college
Five new Medical Colleges in the state
|First Phase Reform Programmes in Health Sector
The State Govt. is committed to provide quality medical facilities to the people of Bihar. To fulfill this objective, many important programmes/ schemes are being implemented such as, Maternal Health Programmes, Child Health Programmes, Family Welfare Programmes, National Child Health Programmes, Regular vaccination Programmes, various types of National Vector Disease Control Programmes etc. and the efforts is to bring the facilities under the schemes to the public. Some of the key programmes are :-
|Second Phase Reform Programmes in Health Sector
Following are the key programmes of this scheme :-
Social Welfare Department,
SC & ST Welfare Department.
Minority Welfare Department,
Public Health Engineering Department,
Panchayati Raj Department,
Rural Development Department,
Urban Development and Housing Development,
Department of Information and Technology,
Art, Culture and Youth Department,
Labour Resources Department,
Excise & Prohibition Department
|Mission Manav Vikas - Under Mission Manav Vikas, target of various indices has been set keeping in mind the Sustainable Development Goal target and its monitoring is done at Sub Mission level.|
Social Welfare Department,
|Stunted Growth in children
In order to control the Stunted Growth in children and to prevent IMR Growth in girls child, action plans has been made and targets and indices have been set for its monitoring.
Mukhyamantri Kanya Utthan Yojna
The major initiative of this scheme is to stop child marriage, educate and make every girl independent. The government provide a total amount of Rupees 54100/- from birth of a girl child till the completion of her graduation degree. The scheme is run by three departments viz Health Department, Social welfare Department and Education Department.
Under this scheme every girl child is provided different amount for school uniform from Class first to class Eight.
Bihar Satabdi Chief Minister’s Uniform Scheme
Under this scheme, from class ninth to class twelfth an amount of Rupees 1500/- is provided to every girl for school uniform.
Mukhyamantri Kishori Swasthya Karyakarm
to help adolescent girl students maintain hygiene and purchase sanitary napkins an amount of Rupees 300 is provided.
Chief Minister’s Girl Child Bicycle Scheme
Every student of class Ninth is benefitted with amount for the purchase of bicycle. The main objective of this scheme is to increase the ratio of enrollment in schools.
Chief Minister’s Girl Child Intermediate Incentive Scheme
on passing Intermediate examination an amount of Rupees 10 thousand is provided to every girl( Unmarried), to promote higher education.
Chief Minister’s Girl Graduation Incentive Scheme
on passing Graduation examination an amount of Rupees 25 thousand is provided to every girl( Unmarried or Married), to promote higher education.
|Education Department||Monitoring of schools through BEST APP
The state government has launched the best mobile app for qualitative improvement in the education of students studying in elementary schools. Through this mobile app, all the district and block level officers of the Education Department will monitor the presence of students in elementary schools falling in their respective areas every month. Also, through this mobile app, all kinds of information will be made available to the government.
|Under Manav Vikas Sub-Mission the targets of Education Department and the schemes and programs related to them are regularly monitored.
|Mass Education : Government is conducting the Akshar Anchal Program aimed for the welfare of the Mahadalit, Minorities and the extremely Backward communities in the state. Additionally the program aims to connect the children from these communities in the age group between 6 and 14 to formal school education.|
|Running and monitoring of Mid Day Meal Scheme|
|Mukhyamantri Balak / Balika Bicycle Scheme|
|Social Welfare Department||Chief Minister Old Age Pension Scheme: - Each person at the age of 60 years and above, if they are not getting any other pension either from State or the Central Government will be covered under this Scheme.
Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme: - Under this scheme, the old age person in the age group of 60-79 years of BPL families is provided a pension of Rs.400/- per month, in which Rs. 200/- is contributed by the Central government and Rs. 200/- by the State Government.
State Social Security Pension Scheme: - Under this scheme, the old age pension of Rs. 400/- is provided to those elderly persons whose annual income in urban areas is Rs. 5500/- and in rural areas is Rs. 5000. In the case of a liberated bonded labour there is no restriction of income and age.This pension is entirely provided by State Government.
|Programs and Schemes related to the welfare of Disabled persons
|Integrated Child Development Services
|Schemes for Women Welfare
|BC & EBC Welfare||The following schemes are operated for the better development of students of other backward classes
|SC ST Welfare Department||Several types of programs are being implemented for the Economic, Educational and Social upliftment of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
|Minority Welfare Department||The State Government is making all possible efforts to formulate and implement schemes for the welfare of minorities by mobilizing more resources. Below are the major programmes and schemes that are operationalized to achieve the vision:
|Disaster Management Department||