Pm Modi Launches Jan Samarth Portal, Special Coins With Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav Logo

To give a boost to the Centre’s “Digital India” initiative, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched the Jan Samarth portal for credit-related government programs. According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the Jan Samarth portal is a unique platform with 13 credit-related government programs that will help connect beneficiaries directly to lenders.

The Prime Minister also issued a special series of Re 1, Rs 2, Rs 5 Rs 10 and Rs 20 coins with the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM) logo. They would be easily identifiable by visually impaired people.

“These coins will constantly remind people of the aims of ‘Amrit Kaal’ and inspire them to contribute to the development of the nation. During the next week, many programs will be carried out by the Ministry of Finance,” Prime Minister Modi said. after the inauguration of the Iconic Week. Celebrations of the Ministries of Finance and Business.

The Jan Samarth Portal uses smart analytics and technologies that provide guidance to grantees to verify grant eligibility and the automatic recommendation system recommends suitable programs based on the grantee’s requirements and credentials.

“From now on, government programs related to credit will be available on the same platform rather than other micro-platforms. This will make life easier for students, entrepreneurs and business people,” Prime Minister Modi said. .

“Students, youth and the middle class now have a hands-on delivery platform,” he said, adding that it will be easier for “students to know what programs their will be most beneficial.”

Prime Minister Modi also stressed that “it is the duty of every citizen to make a special contribution to the development of the nation at his level.”

Talking about various programs launched by his government over the past few years, Prime Minister Modi said the Center has focused on reforms and simplification.

“The GST (Goods and Services Tax) has now replaced the network of many taxes in the Center and the State. It has now become normal for the collection of GST to exceed one million lakh rupees every month,” a- he declared.

“By reducing the compliances of over 30,000, abolishing over a thousand and a half laws, decriminalizing several provisions of the Companies Act, we have ensured that Indian companies not only grow, but achieve also new heights,” he said.

“Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has given the poor the opportunity to live with dignity. Facilities such as pucca houses, electricity, gas, water and free health care have increased the dignity of the poor…The free ration program during the corona period has freed more than 80 crore compatriots from the fear of hunger,” the prime minister said.

(Edited by : Akriti Anand)

First post: STI

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