Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru Programme in Andhra Pradesh JBMV Apply Online Today

Janmabhoomi: The CM Chandrababu Naidu started Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru campaign in Kurnool district. In Our Andhra Pradesh Second time Conducting Janamabhoomi after announcement of new capital. All preparations are in place for the 4th round of the Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru programme. This is Fourth phase of Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru (JBMV) programme, organised by the Civic Body at three different places each in the West, Central and East Assembly constituencies. The curriculum schedule commence on 2nd January and continue till January 11, 2017 total 9 days, related to provide new white ration cards would be distributed to eligible people in the “JANMABHOOMI – MAA UURU” programme.

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The fourth phase of Janmabhoomi

Andhra Pradesh Respected CM N Chandrababu Naidu initiated the programme on Monday (02/01/2017) at Thadakanapalli village of Kallur Mandal in Kurnool district in the presence of his Cabinet colleagues and TDP leaders.

The theme of in 4th Phase of ‘Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru’ (JBMV) programme is ‘Smart Village Smart Ward (SVSW) towards Smart Andhra Pradesh’, Naidu had said.


Subsidy of Rs.1,000 on Mobile Phones

In Karnul meeting CM Chandrababu said that digital transaction or Cashless transactions were the main alternative to overcome the current financial crisis post demonetisation.

It is very important to each man and woman in the State should have a mobile phone for cashless transactions, Naidu stated he would direct the Kurnool Collector to provide financial assistance for people to buy mobile phones. He said the AP government would provide a subsidy of Rs 1,000 to villagers to buy smart mobile phones.

The Main theme of Subsidy to encourage cashless transactions in our State and Mass Public Awareness. The District collectors take care about the action plans on Cashless Economy. To this Campain twin objects of plans are introduced by Naidu.

Theme: 1. Establishment of Digital Infrastructure

Theme II: Creating Financial Digital Literacy

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The government of Andhra Pradesh strives to create a happy society, relieved of modern day stress and enmeshed in its rich cultural heritage and taking pride in its achievements.

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Programmes in Janmabhoomi 2017

The following thrust areas have been identified for the 4th round of Janmabhoomi

  •  Samaja Vikasam
  • Kutumba Vikasam
  • Digital Financial Literacy for cashless transactions
  • Fostering happiness and innovation through physical literacy and cultural programmes
  • Asset distribution and award presentation

Samaja Vikasam

To Provide 10 important facilities in each village.

Access to Quality Education for All, Health Security, Agriculture and Allied Development, Industrial Development, Service Sector Development, 24 X 7 Power Supply, Roads and Infrastructure Development, Information and Technology, Citizen Services, Inclusive Development.

Kutumba Vikasam

Giving assurance to each family on 15 types of social and economic securities.

Social security, Nutrition security, Insurance security, Electricity Security, Health Security, Gas Security (Deepam), Water Security, Housing Security, Sanitation Security, Education Security, Fodder Security, Employment Security, Information (Fibre net) Security, Individual Security, Livelihood (Income Security) for all.

Digital Financial Literacy for cashless transactions

All citizens must have an active bank account with access to various platforms to make digital transactions. And during the campaign period Awareness regarding digital financial transactions in Villages.

Digital transactions – Such as mobile app based wallets, Ru-pay cards, Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS), Net Banking, Debit and Credit card based payments.

Fostering happiness & innovation through physical literacy & cultural programmes

Local talent is tapped and promoted through cultural programmes

Local talents: Rangoli, Kuchipudi and other forms of dance, music (songs, bhajans and other musical performances), skits etc., sports and games with emphasis on traditional and rural sports forms, food festivals and local art forms like Harikatha.

Asset Distribution and Award Presentation

Assets Distribution: Pensions, SC/ST assets, Chandranna Bima, new ration cards etc.

Award Presentation: Awards presented to the winners of cultural and sports activities conducted during the campaign period.


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