Maharastra Sharad Pawar Gramin Samridhi Yojana Apply

The ‘Sharad Pawar Gramin Samridhi Yojana' has been approved by the Maharashtra Cabinet. It will be introduced by the state government's Employment Guarantee Department. The primary goal of this programme is to help farmers and villages grow. According to reports, jobs provided under the MNREGA programme would be related to this programme as well.

What is sharad pawar gramin samridhi yojana?

The scheme will be introduced to enrich each Gram Panchayat and the villages that make up the Gram Panchayat by doubling farmers' income by 2022 through the provision of collective and individual infrastructure through works. According to reports, the state government will use MNREGA to enforce the ‘Sharad Pawar Gram Samruddhi Yojana' (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005).

The main goal of this scheme would be to provide job opportunities in rural areas for qualified beneficiaries for personal and public works, thus assisting youth in rural areas in finding jobs. As a result, it is projected to play a significant role in preventing migration from the village.

Major benefits of the scheme

  • The decision was made by the state government in recognition of Sharad Pawar's contribution to rural development.
  • Farmers' profits will be improved as a result of this programme.
  • Cowsheds for cows and buffaloes, as well as goat and sheep sheds, will be built in rural areas under this programme.
  • The main goal of putting this scheme in place is to help farmers and villages develop.
  • The funds set aside for EGS schemes will be used to carry out the programme.
  • The Department of Nodal Guarantee will be in charge of the scheme's implementation.
  • This plan would help to close the gap between rural and urban areas.
  • Permanent cow and buffalo sheds would be built in rural areas as part of the plan. According to the details, 77 thousand 188 rupees will be provided for permanent cow and buffalo sheds in rural areas.

Key features of the scheme

  • The rural prosperity scheme in the name of Sharad Pawar will be launched under this scheme.
  • Under a new heading, the Yojana will hive off some of the work that is currently done through the MNREGA job guarantee scheme.
  • MNREGA and State Plan will be combined to form the Sharad Pawar Gramin Samridhi Yojana.
  • The department is implementing plans for social forestry, drought-relief initiatives, deepening wells, building village roads, toilets, and homes, and establishing nurseries under the Mahatma Gandhi Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS).
  • It will be introduced by the state government's Employment Guarantee Department.
  • In various works relating to the production of farm ponds, tree planting, and horticulture cultivation, 60 percent of unskilled workers and 40 percent of qualified workers will be employed.

Sharad pawar gramin samridhi yojana apply

The Maharashtra cabinet has approved the introduction of a rural prosperity scheme named after Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme will be used under the scheme.

All eligible applicants who want to apply to this scheme should carefully read all directions and follow the steps outlined below to fill out an online application form:

Step 1: Go to the Maharashtra Sharad Pawar Gram Samrudhi Yojana's official website, which is currently unavailable.

Step 2: From the homepage, select the “Apply Online” option.

Step 3: The screen will show the application Form tab.

Step 4: Now fill in the necessary information (name, father/name, husband's date of birth, gender, caste, and other details) and upload the documents.

Step 5: To submit the application in its entirety, click the Submit button.

Please note that the online application link has not yet been published on the official web portal; hence, please wait for the official application link.

Documents required to apply

Here is the list of documents required while applying online to the scheme.

Candidates should have appropriate residential information at the time of registration for the scheme to demonstrate that they are natives of the scheme.

Income certificate –  The applicant must have a sufficient income certificate to prove that they are entitled to receive benefits under the programme.

Farming information – Farmers, whether from the rural or urban areas, must provide appropriate farming and land details, which will be reviewed by the scheme's higher authorities.

Bank account information – To benefit from the programme, farmers must have appropriate bank details such as account number, brand name, IFSC code, and equivalent.

Identification proof – As identification, one can display appropriate details such as a voter ID card, ration card, or other similar documents to verify the person's authenticity.

Eligibility criteria

One should fulfil the below mandatory eligibility criteria to apply for the scheme.

Residential information – Since the scheme was initiated by Maharashtra's higher authorities, it is only open to the state's legal residents and farmers.

Income details – Farmers who want to benefit from the scheme must show their appropriate income details to prove their eligibility.

Farmers must generate information about their farming operations, including whether they operate in a rural or urban setting.

Landholding information – Whether farmers have any landholdings as a result of farming, they must generate them when applying for the scheme.

Aside from that, the candidate who wishes to profit from the scheme should not be a member of any association, as the scheme is intended for unemployed farmers and people of the state.

Question and answers

What does Spgsy stand for?

Sharad Pawar Gram Samridhi Yojana 2021 is the name of the scheme.

Who would be the scheme's beneficiaries?

Farmers and vulnerable people in the state will benefit from the programme.

Where did this scheme is launched?

This scheme is only available in the state of Maharashtra.

What is the name of the Indian politician in whose name the scheme is launched?

Mr Sharad Pawar, the NCP's chief. On his 80th birthday, the Maharashtra State government gave him this as a gift.

What are the budget of this scheme?

The budget is estimated to be about Rs 10,000 crore.