An amazing model of good governance and public participation, Shivraj’s ‘Janseba Mitra’ is reaching out to every needy.

Indore: Shivraj government is moving forward with the mission of taking its projects to the bottom line of the society and solving their problems knowingly. Keeping this in mind, thousands of youth have been recruited as public service allies under the CM Youth Internship Programme.

These public service partners are busy reaching out to every area of ​​the state and providing people with the benefits of government schemes. A stipend of Rs 8,000 is also being given to public service allies under this scheme, thereby taking the first step towards youth self-reliance.

Full participation of youth in planning

Youths associated with this scheme present in every small and big village and town of the state are contributing to good governance. As a result of this initiative, government schemes and facilities are easily accessible to the people who are at the bottom of the society, while developing leadership and administrative skills among the youth.

The Chief Minister termed the internship scheme as the biggest scheme in the world

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan calls this scheme the largest internship scheme in the world. Under this, young people are getting internship opportunities in various departments of Madhya Pradesh. He describes his hands, feet, mouth, eyes and ears to his public service friends.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan asked the youth associated with the scheme to motivate the citizens to take advantage of various public welfare schemes like Mukhari Sikho-Kamao Yojana, Ladli Brahman Yojana, so that all eligible beneficiaries can benefit from the government schemes.

Poulami Sengupta

Poulami Sengupta is an M.Phil in English Literature and a teacher. She is a voracious reader with a penchant for writing. She aims to make her mark in the media industry.

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