Prime Minister Narendra Modi today released the full details of five different schemes to be announced in the upcoming financial year. These are as follows: PM Modi’s flagship scheme of development ‘Swacch Delhi’ and five separate schemes for farmers, students, employees of public sector organizations and entrepreneurs. The PM’s target is to make each and every citizen of India a ‘valued employee’, which means that every action of his government is aimed at developing the country and creating a ‘comfortable living for all’. This was the theme of his budget speech in the mid of last year when he also released the first batch of funds. Since then, much progress has been made and the finance ministry has released another eight grants worth Rs 14 billion, apart from another scheme of development in the agricultural sector.
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The main focus of the PM Modi scheme is farmers and it is aimed at providing loans at low interest rates to them so that they can increase the productivity and increase their income. The main features of this scheme are tax deductibility, flexible repayment terms and the reduction of processing fees. A common man may not have access to computers and other sophisticated devices required in the modern farming farms, but the PM uses an innovative solution like the wi-fi enabled mobiles to connect with the actual place of work. His plans include setting up of Public Data Centres at key points in the nation. Farmers will be provided with state of art technology that includes irrigation, computing infrastructure and communication devices.
In the run up to PM Modi’s plan, several new IT Parks have come up at different places like Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and New Delhi. These cities have enough population and the distance between each of them is not too large, yet there is a connectivity problem. The PM’s scheme has solved this issue and today we can say that everyone has a data centre in his city. There will be wi-fi enabled laptops with high speed internet connection provided to every citizen of India so that they can farm information and communicate with their neighbors. The other major project that was started during the PM’s tenure was the establishment of National Data Centre. Its main aim is to improve the data centre management process and to make it automated so that PM Modi’s scheme can run without hassles.