Yojana 2020: JAM Trinity (Download PDF)

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JAM Trinity

JAM Trinity

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Use of JAM Trinity

  • To embrace technology in governance at a mass scale.
  • Promise of easy identification and transfer of govt. benefits and funds.
  • Need for rapid delivery during the pandemic.
  • More than 1 billion Aadhaar numbers have been issued covering more than 99 % of all Indians.
  • JAM trinity is acting as the enabler for DBT:
    • Uses an electronic method.
    • To streamline delivery of cash transfers.
  • Jan Dhan is acting as a boon for millions of Indians seeking financial assistance during the ongoing countrywide COVID-19 lockdown.
  • Strong interlink age with the mobile linked Aadhaar scheme.

Key Benefits

  • Boost to the DBT programme thereby expanding its coverage.
  • Acting as a backbone for DBT flows, adoption of social security/pension schemes, etc.
  • Minimised avenues of corruption, irregularities, wrong-doings and pilferages.
  • Promoted the ease of doing business.
  • Promoting online transactions among the beneficiaries.
  • Long run impact (DBT schemes like JAM):
    • Rural population get acquainted.
    • With the concept of saving thus contributing to the GDP of the country.

Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana

  • 39.27 crore beneficiaries distributed free ration of food grains.
  • 2.66 Crore free cylinders delivered under PM Ujjwala Yojana.
  • Over 33 crore people provided financial assistance worth Rs. 31,235 crore.
  • 19.63 lakh MT of food grains distributed to 39.27 crore beneficiaries.
  • Rs 10,025 crore disbursed to 20.05 crore to Women Jan Dhan account holders.
  • Rs 1,405 Crore disbursed to about 2.82 crore old age, widows and disabled persons.
  • Rs 162 crore transferred as EPF contribution benefitting 10.6 lakh employees.

Use of Aarogya Setu App

  • An open source COVID-19 contact tracker.
  • Available in 11 languages.
  • Facilitates quick identification of persons either infected or at risk of being infected.
  • Health status can be updated.
  • Timely provision of medical attention.
  • District authorities should advise individuals to install this app on their mobile and updating it regularly.
  • Available in 12 languages namely English, Assamese, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi, Bangla, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Odia.

Host of Apps (at State Level)

  • Punjab (Cova Punjab)
  • Himachal Pradesh (Corona Mukt Himachal)
  • Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand Covid-19 Tracking System)
  • Chhattisgarh (Raksha Sary in collaboration with Mob Coder)
  • Gujarat (SMC Covid-19 Tracker)
  • Maharashtra (Maha Kavach)
  • Goa (Test Yourself Goa with Innovaccer and COVID locator)
  • Odisha (Odisha Covid Dashboard)
  • Puducherry (Test yourself Puducherry)
  • Tamil Nadu (COVID-19 Quarantine Monitor)
  • Karnataka (Corona Watch)
  • Kerala (GoK Direct-Kerala)

Technology and Learning

Technology and Learning

Technology and Learning

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DISKHA

  • “One Nation One Digital Platform for Learning”.
  • Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing.
  • This platform has 61 crore hits since 24th March 2020.
  • Seeks to decentralize the creation of eContents.
  • Encouraging teachers to develop new and innovative programs.

EPathshala

  • 200 new textbooks have been added to ePathshala.
  • Access to e-books (Class 1 to 12).
  • Free on ePathshala (Multiple languages) website and mobile app.
    • Android
    • Ios
    • Windows

SWAYAM

  • An online digital platform.
  • An acronym for Study Webs of Active Learning.
  • For Young Aspiring Minds.
  • Hosts several courses offered by the best teachers of universities/colleges/schools.
  • Free of cost to the students living in any part of the country.

SWAYAM Prabha

  • Consists of 32 DTH educational TV channels.
  • Launched on 9th July 2017 in New Delhi.
  • To telecast high quality educational programs round the clock.
  • Reaching out to a large number of students during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Channels 01 - 10 are managed by CEC-UGC, New Delhi.
  • Channels 11 - 18 are managed by NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning).
  • Funded by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development.
  • Coordinated by IIT Madras and other IITs.
  • Channels 19 - 22 are managed for high school students by IIT Delhi and is called IIT PAL (Professor Assisted Learning an initiative of IIT Delhi).
  • Channels 23 - 26 are managed by IGNOU.
  • Channels 27 - 28 and 30 by NIOS.
  • Channel 29 by UGC-INFLIBNET.
  • Channel 31 by NCERT and Channel 32 by IGNOU and NIOS together.

Leveraging JAM Pipeline and Digital Payment Infrastructure

Leveraging JAM Pipeline and Digital Payment Infrastructure

Leveraging JAM Pipeline and Digital Payment Infrastructure

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- Published/Last Modified on: October 28, 2020

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