Deendayal Upathay Gram Jyoti Yojana launched by the government of India to provide the continuous electricity in the rural area. The government invest 756 billion Rupees in this scheme to provide the electricity facilities in the rural areas. This scheme focus on the feeder separation ( agriculture and rural households ) and give the strength to sub-transmission and distribution infrastructure, including metering in the rural areas.
The power ministry will give the electricity facilities 24 hours for the rural areas. The government make the outlay of Rs. 76,000 crore for the project implementation and the centre provide Rs. 63,000 crore. The government approved Rs. 5,827 crore for the Bihar state, and for the project Rs. 14,680 crore for the project.
This scheme are very useful for the people rural areas who don’t have any facility of power and now they enjoy the electricity facilities in our villages with the help of Deendayal Upadhay Gram Jyoti Yojana. This scheme provide electricity in all villages, farmers and for the other consumers.
Benefits of Deendayal Upadhay Gram Jyoti Yojana
- Through provide sufficient supply of power increase the agriculture field.
- The business should be increase of small and household enterprises.
- Proper supply of power in rural areas.
- The all villages and houses of the country will enjoy electricity facility.
- Proper supply of electricity in hospitals, police station, panchayats and schools etc.
- Proper supply of electricity improve the social securities.
- This scheme also improve the health, education and banking facilities.
To improve the distribution power the metering process is needed in the all sectors of rural areas. There are many rural agriculture areas which face the electricity problem due insufficient supply of power but now they don’t face that type of problems.
The metering of consumers will supply proper power in the rural areas, banking sectors, agriculture sector, household sector, education sector, hospitals and police station etc. The outlay of total fund for the scheme is Rs. 76,000 crore and the government granted Rs. 63,000 crore for the project.