Ministry of Home Affairs: Expected Questions on Schemes and Projects – 2018 (Download PDF)

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In this article we will discuss various scheme of Ministry of Home Affairs: Operation Muskaan, National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID), Operation Muskaan II, Digital Police portal, and Anti-Narcotics Scheme

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👌Operation Muskaan

  • Main aim: To prevent child trafficking and rescue children from persons who try to engage them in begging, sexual trade and other antisocial activities.

  • Specially trained police teams would screen all children residing in:

    • shelter homes

    • railway platforms

    • bus stands

    • roads

    • religious places

Operation Muskaan II

  • It is the second phase of ‘Operation Muskaan’.

  • Missing children and those found abandoned would be rescued and reunited with their families.

  • 👌Child line 1098 and NGOs has been constituted

  • Thousands of children have been rescued under the campaign so far.

👌National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID)

  • Secure centralized database to stream sensitive information from 21 sets of data sources.

  • It will be an attached office of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

  • NATGRID was among the ambitious slew of intelligence reforms undertaken in the wake of the Mumbai attacks of November 2008.

  • Database would be accessible to authorized persons from 11 agencies on a case-to-case basis.

  • Only for professional investigations into suspected cases of terrorism.

Digital Police Portal

  • 👌Launched under Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project (CCTNS).

  • Portal is a smart policing initiative of the Government.

  • Provide services to citizens and aid efficient police investigation.

  • It is a platform for citizens to file online crime related complaints.

  • Also, request for antecedent verification.

Anti-Narcotics Scheme

  • First launched in October 2004 for period of five years. It was later extended twice in subsequent years.

  • Aim: To assist states and UTs financially, contributing in controlling inter-state and cross-border drug trafficking.

  • Recently, Anti-Narcotics Scheme is extended for 3 more years.

  • To combat illicit trafficking in drugs and psychotropic substances.

UDAAN

  • Aims to provide skills training and enhance the employability of unemployed youth of J&K.

  • 👌Key stakeholders are:

    • Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA),

    • State Government (Jammu & Kashmir),

    • Corporates and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)

Garib Nawaz Skill Development Centers

  • Established in 100 districts of the country.

  • Effectively ensure employment oriented skill development of youth belonging to minority communities.

  • Decision were taken during meeting of Maulana Azad Education Foundation (MAEF).

  • 👌MAEF is a non - political and non-profit social services organization funded by the Ministry.

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- Published/Last Modified on: March 16, 2018

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