1 Mar 2023

Madhya Pradesh Budget 2023: Govt Jobs For 1 Lakh Youths, E-scooties For Girl Students. MBBS Seats Will Increase

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Finance Minister Jagdish Deora presented the budget in the Vidhan Sabha today. This is the last budget before the assembly elections. 

Students have also been kept in mind in this. E-scooties will be given to girl students who pass 12th with first division. 1 lakh government jobs will be given to the unemployed.

No new tax has been imposed on the public. The focus has been on women, youth and farmers in the budget.


One lakh youth will be given government jobs in the state. 200 youths will also be sent to Japan for employment.

Rs 252 crore for connecting youths belonging to SC/ST/OBC, minorities, nomadic and semi-nomadic classes with employment.

Under the new Mukhya Mantri Balika Scooty Yojana, e-scooties will be given to girl students who have passed class 12th with first division.

15 years old government vehicles will not be able to run. The policy will be implemented from April. The government will remove 1 thousand government vehicles.

Rs 710 crore budget for metro rail in Indore, Bhopal

The name of Chhindwara University will be Raja Shankar Shah.

9200 new CM Rise schools will be opened. A budget of Rs 277 crore will be spent for the development of the Indore-Pithampur Economic Corridor.

Proposal for 105 Railway Bridges

MBBS seats will be increased from 2055 to 3605. For postgraduate course, 649 seats will increase to 915.

Rs 80 crore budget for the development of airstrips

The incentive amount of Kanya Vivah Yojana has been increased from 51 to 55 thousand.

The government will pay the interest of the loan taken from the government institutions of the defaulting farmers

There is a total provision of Rs 53,264 crore for agriculture related schemes.

Construction of 3346 Gaushalas has been approved under Mukhya Mantri Gauseva Yojana

Medical Colleges will have additional 810 B Sc Nursing, 300 seats for post basic Nursing. Provision of Rs 400 crore for 25 medical colleges.

56 thousand 256 crores for roads and bridges in the state.

The budget of the sports department was increased. 738 crore for the development of sports.

Helicopter service will be started for religious places in Madhya Pradesh.

Government will make pilgrimage by flight. 50 crores approved for Mukhya Mantri Teerth Darshan Yojana.

Sridevi Mahalok in Salkanpur, Sant Ravidas Memorial in Sagar, Ramraja Lok in Orchha, Divya Vanvasi Ram Lok in Chitrakoot will be developed. There is a budget of Rs 358 crore for this.

Rs 929 crore for Ladli Laxmi Yojana, Rs 660 crore for women self-help groups.

8 thousand crore rupees for Ladli Bahna Yojana. Under 'Ladli Behna', women will be given Rs 1,000/month.

A provision of 400 crores has been made for maternity assistance scheme.

One thousand 535 crore for old age and widow pension scheme. Under this, 600 rupees are given per month.

80 crores for marriage and Nikah of girls. 55 thousand rupees are given for marriage.

One thousand crore rupees for self-employment for women.

Rs 83 crore for scholarship (Gaon Ki Beti Yojna, Pratibha Kiran Yojna). Girls are given scholarship.

300 crores for the Poshan Aahar Yojana. Under this, women belonging to Baiga, Bharia and Sahariya tribes will be given Rs 1,000 per month.

Rs 842 crore for urban bodies, Rs 14 thousand 82 crore for urban development, Rs 3 thousand 83 crore for local bodies.

Budget of Rs 710 crore for metro rail in Indore and Bhopal.

Funds raised from the Indore Green Bond scheme will be used to set up solar power plant. Water will be supplied from the electricity of this plant. 5 crore rupees will be saved every year.

Sant Shiromani Ravidas Global Skill Park will be set up in Bhopal. Every year 6 thousand people will be trained in this. Skill centers will also be started in Gwalior, Jabalpur, Sagar and Rewa.

International level sports complex will be constructed and sports science center will be established at Nathu Barkheda in Bhopal.

The budget estimate for 2022-23 for the total expenditure is Rs 2 lakh 47 thousand 715 crore. A provision of 2 lakh 81 thousand 554 crore is proposed for 2023-24, increasing it by 33 thousand 839 crore.

The contribution of our state in the country's gross domestic product has increased from 3.6% to 4.8% now.

In 2011-12, the per capita income was Rs 30 thousand 497, now it has increased three and a half times to Rs 1 lakh 40 thousand 585 in 2022-23.

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