According to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, the implementation of several welfare schemes such as the Old Pension Scheme, Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana, and Social Security Pension Scheme were not focused on electoral benefits but rather aimed at providing permanent support to the people. These are just a few examples of the welfare schemes implemented by the Rajasthan government. The government continues to introduce new initiatives and expand existing programs to improve the well-being and quality of life for its citizens.
"The state government aims at making Rajasthan the leading state of the country in every field. Everyone's cooperation is needed to fulfill this objective." - CM Gehlot
Increase In Number Of Colleges And Universities In The State:
In addition, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot highlighted that during the tenure of the Rajasthan government, significant steps were taken to expand educational opportunities. A total of 303 colleges have been established, and new universities have been established in Sikar, Alwar, and Bharatpur. These initiatives demonstrate the government's commitment to promoting education and fostering academic growth in the state. According to data released by the Department of Higher Education, the total number of state government's new colleges opened by CM are 490.
CM Laying Emphasis On Girl Education:
The Rajasthan government has placed a strong emphasis on enhancing girls' education within the state. As part of this effort, the government has made the decision to upgrade schools that have 500 or more girl students into colleges. This proactive measure reflects the government's commitment to empowering girls through increased access to higher education and creating more opportunities for their academic growth and success.
RTH Act For Healthy Rajasthan:
The Rajasthan government has implemented RTH (Right To Health) Act to improve the lives of its citizens and foster socio-economic development in the state. The Rajasthan government, like other state governments in India, is responsible for implementing various healthcare programs and initiatives to ensure the right to health of its citizens. These programs focus on improving healthcare infrastructure, providing accessible and affordable healthcare services, promoting preventive measures, and addressing public health challenges.
Source: Times Of India