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Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna:
Overview: The government has launched ambitious village development scheme, called Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, on October 11, the birth anniversary of social activist Jaiprakash Narayan, who led the mid 1970’s political movement against the then prime minister Indira Gandhi. Under the scheme, each Member of Parliament will take the responsibility of developing physical and institutional infrastructure in three villages and turn them into model villages by 2019. Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana is a rural development and cleanliness programme broadly focusing upon the development in the villages which includes social development, cultural development and spread motivation among the people on social mobilization of the village community.
Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna was initiated to bring the member of parliament of all the political parties under the same umbrella while taking the responsibility of developing physical and institutional infrastructure in villages and turn them into model villages.

Make in India:
Make in India is an international marketing campaigning initiated by the Prime Minister, on September 25, 2014 to attract businesses from around the world to invest and manufacture in India. It is a reiteration of PM’s strong faith in the country’s strong economic and infrastructure potential.  PM clearly aims to explore all this to the fullest extent and fulfill his desire to restore the golden era of India, when it was self-sufficient and reliant. One fervently hopes that this will also introduce quality into goods and create much needed jobs in India.
For integrating vocational and conventional education, Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani launched Skill Assessment Matrix for Vocational Advancement of Youth (SAMVAY). The Minister said that next academic year all central universities will implement credit transfer scheme to facilitate seamless movement of students.
Sagarmala – Coastal Economic Zones:

In its move, to revive the NDA’s flagship Sagarmala (string of ports) project, conceptualized during the Vajpayee Regime, the government will develop 10 Coastal Economic Regions (CERs) in the influence zone. The project would need Rs.5000/- crore in the next 5 years, for modernization of ports and efficient evacuation besides developing CERs. This will come from gross budgetary support to create infrastructure and other facilities that would make these zones the hub for manufacturing and economic activities and to take such these to the hinterland.

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