On September 25, Antyodaya Diwas was celebrated throughout the country on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of Pandit Dindayal Upadhyaya, an eminent philosopher, historian, and politician. Antyodaya means raising the weakest points of society. Various activities include blood donation camps, workshops, and symposia. On this occasion, they are celebrated throughout the country.
Facts About Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya (1916-68)
A prominent politician and ideological philosopher, he was a renowned coordinator and leader of Jana Sanga, who is considered the predecessor of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), he criticized both communism, capitalism, and communism, he defends his own brand of integrity humanism that combines ethics into politics and a human-centered economic approach. He strongly advocated swadeshi and petty industrialization.
He championed nationalist ideals and believed that blindly following Western ideologies would be the wrong path for India. He founded the Rashtra Dharma Prakashan publishing house in Lucknow and launched the monthly Rashtra Dharma magazine to uphold the sacred principles he championed. He then launched the Panjanya weekly and the daily Swadesh. He wrote the TV series Chandragupta Maurya in Hindi and later wrote a biography of Shankaracharya.
History of Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana or DAY
The Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) plan was originally launched in 1999 and renamed the National Mission for Rural Livelihoods in 2011. through a combination of bank credit and government subsidies. The main goal of these SHGs is to bring these poor families below the poverty line and focus on income generation through the alliance of Swarna Jayanti Swarozgar Yojna (SGSY), which has been renamed Country in Rural Livelihood Fund (NRLM). This will make the plan more popular, targeted, and targeted towards poverty reduction in 2014.
Purpose of Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana
DAY-NULM, expanding to 4,042 cities and towns in the country, aims to reduce urban poverty through improved livelihood opportunities through self-employment skills training, subsidized bank loans for micro-enterprise creation, and organizing the urban poor into self-help groups, among others.
Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Programme
SVEP is implemented by Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana – National Rural Livelihood Mission (DAYNRLM), Ministry of Rural Development, as a subsector since 2016. Its goal is to help the rural poor escape poverty, support them in company formation, and support until businesses are stable. SVEP focuses on providing self-employment opportunities with financial support and training in business management and social skills, as well as building local community employees to promote the business.
Mission Antyodaya 2020
The Antyodaya Mission, approved in the 2017 Union budget 18, is a converged and accountable framework for achieving optimal use and management of resources, developed by 27 government ministries/departments. Distribution under various programs aimed at rural development. With Gram Panchayats at the heart of a collaborative effort.
The annual nationwide survey at Gram Panchayats is an important aspect of Mission Antyodaya’s vision. It is co-hosted by the Panchayat Raj Ministry’s People’s Planning Campaign (PPC) to support the joint planning process of the Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP).