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Schemes that are transforming lives of people: Kanyashree, Rupashree, Swasthya Saathi, Krishak Bandhu, Gatidhara and Lakshmir Bhandar amongst others.
Improving status and wellbeing of girls
one-time financial assistance to the economically weaker families at the time of their daughter's marriage.
Maximizing enrollment and retention while reducing drop outs by distributing bi-cycles to students from class IX to XII.
A universal health coverage scheme providing basic health cover up to Rs. 5 lakh per annum per family.
A financial assistance scheme to provide employment assistance to the unemployed youths of West Bengal.
Providing food security and nutrition to nearly 90.6% of the state population.
Provide assured and continuous income and insurance coverage to the farming community.
A scheme for employment of registered unemployed youth in transport sector.
The State Govt. has set up 3561 no. of Bangla Sahayata Kendras (BSKs) across the State 'to provide government services free of cost at the grassroot level through online mode' and also to strengthen the existing system of information dissemination about various social and development schemes. The BSKs are located in the offices of District Magistrates, Sub-Divisional Officers, Block Development Officers, Health Centres, Government Aided Libraries, Office of the SI of Schools and all Urban Local Bodies (ULBs).
Presently, 268 public services (195 transaction services & 73 information services) of 38 Departments exist in BSK's service basket. The Personnel & Administrative Reforms and e-Governance Department of the Government of West Bengal is the Nodal Department coordinating BSK project. There is a Project Management Unit (PMU) at the State level looking after day-to-day functioning of BSKs.
All the notified services of BSKs are provided through its online portal https://bsk.wb.gov.in The services provided through BSKs are completely free of cost. The citizen does not have to pay any service charge to get the service.
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What is BSK?
BSKs are single window service centres set up by the State Government to provide government services through an online portal (https://bsk.wb.gov.in), free of cost at the grassroots, and also to strengthen the existing system of information dissemination on various social and development schemes.View More FAQ