Pulwama : In an unwavering pursuit of holistic development, the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) has woven a rich tapestry of awareness, transcending Panchayats and Municipalities to resonate within the heart of villages in District Pulwama.
The VBSY on Saturday reached six villages in District Pulwama, marking the occasion with vibrant celebrations. Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) vans traversed these villages, disseminating the visionary message of the Hon’ble Prime Minister and the purpose behind the VBSY. The residents of these villages wholeheartedly embraced the Sankalp pledge, resonating with the profound ideals of the Yatra.
Cultural programs were held, showcasing the spirit of the Yatra through performances by students and locals alike.
Government departments actively participated, displaying their schemes through stalls and offering on-the-spot services. The Yatra served as a platform for various departments to articulate their initiatives, enlightening the community on the diverse opportunities available to them.
Under the ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani’ segment, beneficiaries shared personal stories, illustrating how Government interventions have positively impacted and transformed their lives.
The VBSY has successfully realized its core objective – the saturation of government schemes, reaching the unreached, and laying the foundation for Viksit Bharat as envisioned by the Hon’ble Prime Minister during the Yatra’s launch.
This Yatra has emerged as a beacon of change, surpassing mere rhetoric by turning aspirations into reality. It has ensured that the benefits of Government schemes reach every individual. As the Yatra progresses, it solidifies its role as a catalyst for positive change, inspiring hope and progress throughout District Pulwama.
Pahalgam Illuminated by accelerated progress in VBSY IEC Van’s Journey
Anantnag: The transformative trail of Viksit Bharat SankalpYatra continues to leave an indelible mark, with Block Pahalgam in Anantnag witnessing remarkable progress during the visit of the VBSY IEC Van to key locations such as AmadWagad, Ganeshpora, Grendwan, Wahdan, Yanned A, Kuller A, and Kuller B Gram Panchayats.
The journey has ignited widespread public engagement, reflecting the zeal and dedication of the local community.
In Anantnag, the Yatra goes beyond rhetoric, showcasing tangible progress and surpassing expectations. With the participation of over 2.50 lakh individuals across 335 Gram Panchayats and 138 Urban local bodies, it stands as a testament to unity and collective action, portraying a vivid picture of community-driven development.
Central to this dynamic Yatra, health camps have emerged as a cornerstone, providing crucial services to the community. These camps facilitated screenings for a significant number of individuals, offering essential healthcare services to 93,347 people. Screenings addressed prevalent health concerns such as TB (20,675 screenings), sickle cell anemia (518 screenings), and non-communicable diseases.
This achievement underscores the Yatra’s profound impact in promoting health and well-being among the local population. By connecting citizens with essential government initiatives, these health camps not only provided healthcare services but also empowered individuals to take charge of their health, contributing to their overall.
The collective efforts of 16,097 dedicated My Bharat volunteers were complemented by an astounding 2.28 lakh individuals who pledged their commitment through the transformative “Sankalp Pledge.” Recognition rightfully extended to exceptional contributors, honoring 1,288 commendable women, 3,601 students, 396 local artists, and 397 accomplished sports personalities. These accolades highlight the diverse tapestry inherent in India’s developmental journey.
The Yatra made concerted efforts to engage farmers through enlightening drone demonstrations and comprehensive Soil Health Card sessions, promoting sustainable Natural Farming practices. Significant milestones were celebrated, marking achievements in various government initiatives, including reaching 100% saturation in the JalJeevan Mission (JJM), attaining ODF+ (Open Defecation Free Plus) status, and successfully digitizing Land Records.
At the heart of the Viksit Bharat SankalpYatra were the “MeriKahaniMeriZubani” sessions, where 9,777 beneficiaries shared their personal stories. These narratives served as powerful testimonies, vividly illustrating the profound impact of various government schemes on their lives.
This journey symbolizes India’s unwavering dedication to holistic progress, aiming to engage, educate, and uplift every citizen toward a shared vision of advancement and prosperity.
SMC successfully hosts VBS Yatra at Mujgund, Srinagar
Srinagar : Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) on Saturday organized the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) at Mujgund in Srinagar, marking a significant milestone in bringing impactful events and essential services to the local communities.
The event featured a range of activities, including ‘Meri Kahani Meri Zubani,’ where beneficiaries of government welfare schemes shared their life-changing experiences.
Additionally, free health check-ups, Aadhar card registrations, Ayushman card generation, and sign-ups for various government schemes were made available, ensuring easy access to vital services for those in need.
Moreover, the IEC van was on-site to showcase informative short films, highlighting a diverse array of welfare schemes, including the PM Ujjwala Yojana, PM Awas Yojana, PM Svanidhi, and more, aimed at empowering communities and ensuring widespread access to essential government progra
The successful organization of the VBSY reflects the commitment of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation and the Government of India to positively impact local communities and facilitate access to welfare initiatives.
VBS Yatra: Umeed scheme lights path of Vandana to achieve Entrepreneurial Triumph
Kathua : The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a transformative journey aimed at empowering individuals across the nation, unfolded a remarkable chapter in Kathua. In the picturesque town Vandana, a determined resident of Barwal, Kathua found her path illuminated by the Umeed scheme of NRLM, turning her dreams of entrepreneurial success into reality.
Facing the challenges of limited resources and opportunities, Vandhana’s aspirations gained momentum when she discovered the Umeed scheme. Eager to make a difference, she formed the ‘Chintpurni’ self-help group with like-minded women from her community. Registering with the Umeed scheme opened doors to financial support and training, marking the inception of a journey from threads to entrepreneurial triumph.
The group initially embarked on the journey of making and selling clothes in the local market. As their skills and experience grew, they diversified their product range, expanding into other garments that quickly gained popularity. The success story of Chintpurni caught the attention of the local media, earning Vandana a spot in the Meri Kahani Meri Zubani segment of the ongoing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra.
Vandana, a beacon of inspiration, emphasized the pivotal role of women empowerment schemes in enabling women to become self-reliant and successful entrepreneurs. Her journey became an integral part of the ongoing Yatra, showcasing the transformative power of initiatives aimed at uplifting women.
In 2018, Vandana assumed the role of the head of the Chintpurni Women Self Help Group, nurtured under the Umeed scheme of NRLM. With essential resources provided by the NRLM team, including sewing machines and other equipment, the group’s modest tailoring initiative blossomed into the flourishing Chintpurni Boutique. Vandana, the dynamic president of the group, expressed profound gratitude to the NRLM team for their unwavering support, turning their skills into a sustainable enterprise.
Vandana’s success story is a testament to the empowering wings of the Umeed scheme. She credits the initiative for elevating not just her group but also women across the nation. In her heartfelt narrative, she extends thanks to the Prime Minister for steering initiatives that enable women to lead dignified lives. The Chintpurni success story resonates as a beacon of empowerment through skill development and entrepreneurship, illustrating the transformative impact of initiatives like the Umeed scheme in building a Viksit Bharat.
YSS functionaries familiarized about My Bharat Portal
Jammu : To acquaint the field functionaries about My Bharat portal and achieve maximum progress in Youth registration, Joint Director Youth Services and Sports Jammu, Suram Chand Sharma organised a training session here Saturday.
Director NYK Sangathan J&K , Nissar Ahmed and Resource persons imparted training to Master Trainers from all Districts of Jammu Division.
The Master Trainers shall impart further training to field functionaries on how to register Youth on My Bharat portal to avail benefits of different schemes. My Bharat portal platform is a unique effort to integrate Yuva Shakti to achieve the goal of Viksit Bharat.
VBS Yatra unleashes Developmental Cadence across Kathua
Kathua : The ongoing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is traversing across rural and urban areas of district, paving the way for progress and development. This unique Yatra not only creates awareness about the welfare schemes of the government but also serves as a platform for beneficiaries to share their life-transforming stories through the popular segment “Meri Kahani Meri Zubani”.
The Yatra, undertaken with great enthusiasm, focuses on spreading awareness about the various welfare schemes initiated by the government. Through the use of Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) Vans, the Yatra reaches far and wide, ensuring that the citizens of Kathua are well-informed about these schemes.
The IEC Vans are equipped with audio-visual aids, which enhance the dissemination of information. These vans visit various villages, towns, and cities, educating the residents about the benefits and provisions of welfare schemes.
During its Urban Leg on Saturday, the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra made its way through the picturesque areas of Basohli. The Yatra, with great enthusiasm and fervor, covered various neighborhoods and localities, engaging with the residents and spreading awareness about the government’s welfare schemes.
The IEC Vans played an instrumental role in disseminating information about the schemes, ensuring that the citizens of Basohli are well-informed and empowered to take advantage of the opportunities provided. The Yatra’s visit to Basohli reinforced the commitment towards inclusive development, leaving no stone unturned in reaching every corner of the Kathua district.
The ongoing Yatra has become a catalyst for change, unleashing a developmental cadence across Kathua. It has shed light on the importance of government welfare schemes and their impact on the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
“The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is a powerful tool for creating awareness and fostering a sense of pride in our national welfare schemes. It allows beneficiaries to actively participate and share their success stories, inspiring others to strive for similar achievements. We are determined to ensure that no one is left behind when it comes to development,” says an inhabitant of Basohli.
The Yatra continues to make significant progress, driving the message of progress, empowerment, and inclusivity to all corners of Kathua. With the commitment and dedication of the participants and the support of the local community, the Yatra is set to leave a lasting impact on the lives of countless individuals.
VBS Yatra: IEC Van Traverses through panchayats of block Moughla & Kalakote in Rajouri Distt
Rajouri : Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) is gaining momentum in Rajouri, driving the implementation of various government schemes and bringing about comprehensive development in the district. This initiative aims to transform Rajouri by reaching underserved areas and ensuring the effective execution of government programs, thereby improving the lives of its residents.
To effectively communicate and create awareness about these initiatives, an Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) van has been deployed as an essential part of the Yatra. This mobile communication platform has played a crucial role in engaging with local communities and equipping them with the necessary knowledge to benefit from government schemes.
The VBSY has achieved remarkable success in implementing various government schemes in Rajouri District. These schemes, designed to enhance the quality of life and provide essential services, have been executed with exceptional efficiency on the ground. As a result, the community has experienced tangible benefits and witnessed positive changes in their daily lives.
The VBSY IEC vans traveled on Saturday through the panchayats of Treru Lower-B, Terayth, Harichuma, Khabbar, Barmandal, Broh, Som and Dhangiote West of Moughla and Kalakote block.
The impact of the Yatra can be seen in improved access to healthcare, education, and basic amenities, as well as the overall progress of Rajouri District. This initiative has been meticulously planned and executed to align with the core objective of holistic development, leaving a lasting and positive impact on the community.
The VBSY represents progress and collaboration, embodying the spirit of Viksit Bharat Sankalp. By bringing government schemes to the grassroots level and ensuring comprehensive coverage, it has created a platform for empowerment and upliftment. This transformative journey in Rajouri District stands as an exemplary model of effective governance, community engagement, and collective determination to build a better and prosperous India.
VBS Yatra inspires people of Rari, Smailpur
Samba : The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, an extensive outreach initiative, reached the Panchayat Rari and Smailpur of Bari Brahmana on Saturday amid enthusiastic response from the residents.
The campaign features an Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) Van that informs the public about various government schemes and shares a special message from Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The message outlines a visionary roadmap for Viksit Bharat by 2047, emphasizing inclusive participation from all stakeholders.
The campaign also included Health Checkup camps , distribution of Abhinandan Patras to Panchayats under JJM etc. Sankalp pledge was taken by all to encourage active participation in the nationwide campaign for a developed and empowered India.
The campaign has attracted people from all walks of life, who are eager to learn about the transformative vision of Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PRIs expressed gratitude for the overwhelming response, stating, “The success of Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra in panchayats of Bari Brahmana is a testament to the collective commitment towards building a developed India by 2047. The active participation of people from diverse backgrounds is crucial for the success of this transformative journey.”
The campaign continues to foster awareness, participation, and unity to achieve the vision of a developed India by 2047. The Yatra was attended by Ex minister Chander Prakash Ganga, PRIs and locals.