nari.nic.in – NARI Portal for (Female – Girls) Women Schemes

By | 04/01/2018

nari.nic.in – NARI Portal for (Female – Girls) Women Schemes

nari.nic.in – NARI Portal for All Women Schemes Launched by Central Government

Ministry of Women and Child Development, Central government has launched NARI Portal. Subsequently, this portal will provide information regarding all the women related government schemes. programmes like Mahila Shakti Kendra, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Janani Suraksha Yojana etc. on the NARI Portal through the official website nari.nic.in The Union Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) has launched online portal NARI (nari.nic.in) for the empowerment of women. It has been developed by the Ministry to provide easy access to information on government schemes and initiatives for women.

NARI portal

The NARI portal will provide information to women on issues affecting their lives. The portal summarise over 350 government schemes and other important information. The schemes are divided into 7 different categories — health, education, housing and shelter, employment, addressing violence, decision making and social support. It elaborates how Government is focussed to economically empower women through schemes under Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT).

nari.nic.in – NARI Portal for (Female – Girls) Women Schemes NARI Portal Scheme Search Procedure

The candidates can search the scheme details following the procedure given below:

  • Firstly, visit the official website nari.nic.in
  • Subsequently on the homepage, you will see the “Schemes for Women” section as shown below:-
  • NARI Portal Scheme Search
  • Now select the age group, select area, State /UT name and then click the Search button.
  • Accordingly, all the related schemes will get displayed.

e-Samvad portal

The MWCD also launched the portal to provide platform for NGOs and Civil Societies to interact with the ministry. Through it, NGOs and civil society can provide their feedback, suggestions, put up grievances, share best practices etc. This will help in formulation of effective policies and measures for welfare of women and children.

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