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Youth Budget
Chhattisgarh is the pioneer State in the Country to draft budget for Youth separately. Almost half of the population of the State is Youth, in wake of which the Youth Budget has been tabled separately. The separate budget for the Youth is of Rs 6151 Cr contributing 16% to the total planned expenditure for the fiscal year 2015-16.


Approval to Chhattisgarh Right of Way Policy- 2015
CM Dr Raman Singh presided over a Cabinet meeting on January 28 where the Cabinet approved Investment Policy (2014-19) for IT & allied services & Chhattisgarh Right of Way Policy- 2015.


Launch of Public Service Centre
CM Dr Raman Singh rolled out the 1st Public Service Centre & mobile app for various public services of the State Govt., on February 27 at the Collectorate, Raipur. The Public Service Centres at their initial phase will provide services regarding Domicile Certificate, Registration of Marriage & Birth-Death etc., among which 21 services will be available to people via the mobile app.


Budget (2015-16)
CM Dr Raman Singh tabled the State Govt.’s budget for the fiscal year 2015-16 in Vidhan Sabha on March 13 which was updated live on Social Media (Facebook & Twitter) seen by as many as 6.67 Lakh people. This made Chhattisgarh the pioneer State to update budget highlights live on Social Media. The Budget (2015-16) covers allocations of Rs 65013 Cr. in total.


Lok Suraj Abhiyan
Lok Suraj Abhiyan was conducted from April 14 to May 16 in all the 27 Districts of Chhattisgarh. As per the campaign CM Dr Raman Singh paid surprise visits to various villages & cities of the State & interacted with people regarding their grievances. During the campaign CM also inspected Govt schools, hospitals, hostels, Tehsil offices etc. along with inauguration of various projects.


MoU of Rs 24000 Cr
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi conferred the State with Rowghat-Jagadalpur Rail line & investment of Rs 24000 Cr for Ultra Mega Steel Plant Project on May 9. MoUs were signed for the 2 projects. The Ultra Mega Steel Plant will be the 2nd largest Steel Plant of NMDC in Bastar after Nagarnar.


Development Authority
CM Dr Raman Singh presided over meetings of Surguja & North Region Tribal Development Authority, Bastar & South Region Tribal Development Authority, Scheduled Caste Development Authority and Chhattigarh State Rural & Other Backward Classes Region Development Authority on September 1, 4 & 14 respectively & approved funds for various schemes & projects. The key decisions taken in the meetings are:-


Surguja & North Region Tribal Development Authority Meeting
Approval of Rs 17.32 Cr for 287 construction projects. Approval of Rs 1.50 Cr for Electricity Connection to Irretrievable Irrigation Pumps of 325 farmers. Compensation raised to 4 Lakh to families bereaved due to wild animal attacks. Compensation raised to 2 Lakh to people with permanent disabilities


Bastar & South Region Tribal Development Authority
Approval of Rs 7.40 Cr for Irretrievable Irrigation Pumps of 1103 farmers. Approval of Rs 51 Cr for 300 new Gram Panchayat edifices. Approval to build 2 high-tech Super Specialty Hospitals. Approval of Rs 42.73 Cr for Nal-Jal Yojana in 32 villages. Approval to conduct scheme of solar pumps for potable water


Scheduled Caste Development Authority & Chhattisgarh State Rural & OBC Region Development Authority
Approval of Rs 2.69 Cr for Irretrievable Irrigation Pumps of 344 farmers. Decision made for self-employment to 300 unemployed Youth with Rs 50000 assistance each under PMMY. No power cut if bill is pending under any Potable Water Scheme. Budgetary provision of Rs 35 Cr to the authorities for the fiscal year 2015-16 which includes Rs 26 Lakh for 12 construction projects


Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Shiksha Gunvatta Abhiyan
CM Dr Raman Singh launched State-wide Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Shiksha Gunvatta Abhiyan on October 7 to upgrade the school education system in Chhattisgarh.