Sex Selection is the practice of determining the sex of the unborn foetus and eliminating it if found to be female. Sex Selection is commonly referred to as Female Foeticide. This scheme gives a provision for registering complaints online.
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Ladli Laxmi Yojana
The objective of this scheme implemented from the year 2006 is to lay a firm foundation of girls’ future through improvement in their educational and economic status and to bring about a positive change in social attitude towards birth of a girl. Under the scheme National Savings Certificates worth Rs 6 thousand are purchase by the state government in the name of a girl every year after her birth till the amount reaches Rs 30,000. The girl covered under the scheme is given Rs2 thousand on getting admission in class VI, Rs four thousand on getting admission in class IX and Rs 7,500 on admission in class XI. She is given Rs 200 per month during her studies in class XI and XII. When the girl attains the age of 21 and had not married before 18 years of age, she will be paid the amount in lump sum which comes to Rs one lakh.
Deen Dayal Mobile Health Clinic
Deendayal Mobile Hospital Yojana was launched in May 2006 in Madhya Pradesh with the objective of expanding the outreach of health services to far-flung areas that are not easily accessible and where there is a concentration of SC/ST population. The program aims to improve the availability of and access to quality healthcare for people residing in remote areas especially for the poor and for women and children.
Deendayal Antyodaya Upchar Yojana
The scheme launched in September 2004 aims at providing medical treatment to patients belonging to BPL families of all the categories. Under the scheme, medical checkup and treatment worth up to Rs 20 thousand is given to a family in one financial year. Every beneficiary family is given a health card in which family’s details are entered. Entries in the card are also made on a patient undergoing treatment by getting admitted to a hospital.