Rajasthan News: - Minister of State for Women and Child Development Mamta Bhupesh reviewed the departmental plans in relation to the financial and material progress report and budget for the year 2020-21 in the Government Secretariat on Tuesday with the officials of the Department of Women Empowerment. Bhupesh cites budget announcement and public announcement with departmental officials, the status of departmental updation, the status of the online application process for mass marriage, Indira Mahila Shakti Nidhi, progress in enterprise promotion scheme and progress of new MIIM, Rajasthan state The progress of Women Policy 2020 and the points of immediate importance were discussed in detail. In the review meeting, the Director of the Women Empowerment Department Rashmi Gupta informed me about the Law Cell through Power Presentation. In his presentation, he told about the training under RSR under the Indira Mahila Shakti Training and Skill Promotion Scheme in other districts like Jaipur district, through RSLDC. He said that under the Indira Mahila Shakti Yojana, the Rajasthan Housing Board's Building Technology Park has coordinated with the Housing Board in connection with the plan to build a Women Empowerment Center.

The institute has also been established. Regarding the budget announcement and the public status of the public announcement, he said that out of a total of 14 announcements, 10 have been completed and 4 are in progress. She said that out of the recruitment of 300 posts by the Women Empowerment Department, 178 posts have been recruited and the rest is under process. Giving information about the innovations being made by the department in the review meeting, it was informed that under Indira Women, Skills and Training Scheme, 4182 girls have been benefited in RS-CIT (Basic Computer Training) and RSCFA (Financial Accounting). Under the Education Setu Yojana, 74478 girls and women have been linked to formal education through the Open School. He said that the entire process has been simplified online by changing the form of a mass marriage scheme. He informed that 8500-gram Saathins were trained through a digital medium. At present, Saathins are being trained to operate E-Mitra Plus machines in coordination with the Department of Information and Technology. The use of these facilities by women at the village level will be encouraged by the operation of the pilgrims in e-Mitra centers.
Department Secretary Dr. KK Pathak, Director Women's Empowerment Mrs. Rashmi Gupta, Additional Director Mrs. Abha Jain, Additional Director Preeti Mathur, and other officials were also present in the meeting.