Deadlines Of Government Schemes And Programs

Deadlines Of Government Schemes And Programs

Deadlines Of Government Schemes And Programs

Program
Deadline
No service charge on train e-ticket Till March 2018
Reviews project CHAMAN likely to be completed By March 2018
Elimination of leprosy 2018
Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar yojana ‘ Saubhagya’ to provide electrical connections to over 4 crore families in rural & urban areas By Dec 2018
Govt. extends GSTR-1 deadline till January 10, 2018
To make all Railway Station 100% LED lit by 31st March 2018
Indian government extends the deadline to add support for Indian languages in mobile phones to February 2018
Aadhaar Card linked with bank account, PAN card, Financial services like Public Provident Fund (PPF), National Savings Certificates (NSC), Krishan Vikash Patra, mobile phone number 31st March 2018
The Indian government has a target to make India ‘Open. Defecation Free’ by 2019
Indian Railways equip all 8,500 station with Wi-Fi by March 2019
Interest Subsidy Scheme on home loans for MIG extended to March 2019
India to be 3rd largest Aviation market By 2019
India to become the world’s 5th largest economy By 2019
To provide high-speed broadband service in all Gram Panchayats By March 2019
All trains to have Bio-Toilets March 2019
India’s first mission to study the Sun scheduled 2019
NBCC to redevelop 10 railway station by 2020
The government approved the biggest highway construction plan so far in the country, to develop approximately 83,677 km of roads at an investment of Rs 6.92 lakh crore by 2022
Government’s target to install 60 Giga watt wind power capacity By 2022
The Bullet Train is targeted to run between Mumbai and Ahmedabad track By 2023
Elimination of TB 2025
India’s deadline for converting all vehicles into electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030
India misses 2017 deadline for Kala Azar elimination 2017
Elimination of measles By 2020
Reduce premature mortality from cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory diseases by 25 percent by 2025
Reduce under-five mortality to 23 (per 1,000 live births) by 2024