KALIA Scheme Odisha: Online Form, Benefits, Eligibility & Official Website

The Kalia Yojana is basically a Chief Minister’s initiative in Odisha which is made with the interests of farmers at its very core. Farmers are the backbone of the nation’s agrarian economy, and there is no denying the fact that due to unstable climate and corruption-laden socio-political systems, farmers are usually at the losing end, almost every time. 

To make things better for toiling farmers, the Government of Odisha has launched the Kalia scheme. 

Online form for the scheme

In order to be able to benefit from the scheme, the applicant must simply visit the official website of the scheme and click on the “apply online” link for a new application. 

Then, the applicant has to fill the AADHAR number and hit the “show” button where the form will appear. The applicant would fill in the details, attach the necessary documents, and submit the form. 

Benefits of the Kalia Yojana

Some of the most useful benefits are: 

  • ₹5000 will be provided to farmers as an incentive. 
  • A total sum of ₹25000 was paid to beneficiaries
  • The money would be directly transferred to the bank account of the applicant. 
  • The landless farmers have obtained up to ₹12500 annually. 
  • The beneficiaries would also get an accidental coverage of ₹2 lakhs at a premium of just ₹12. 

Eligibility

  • The applicant should be a permanent resident of Odisha
  • Applicant must belong to the marginal or below poverty line category
  • If the applicant falls under the tax structure, the application would be rejected
  • If the farmer is working for the state government or central government, they would not be eligible
  • Applicant should have a functional bank account

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The state governments of India are the next important government bodies right after the central government of the country. The state governments constitute 28 states and 8 union territories

India is a democratic and republic country wherein highest authorities and powers are proffered to the central government. For the state government, real executive powers are given to Chief Minister as he is responsible for heading the Council of Ministers. The state governments of India work toward internal security, such as police department, social welfare, public health betterment and other similar state-related issues. The state government of the country earns its employee income from sales tax services, stamp duty services, and from some parts of GST.

The state governments have launched a variety of schemes so far. Some of the examples are as follows:

In Andhra Pradesh, Chandranna Bima Yojana, National Energy Efficient Agriculture Pumps Program, and Smart Pulse Survey have been launched. In Assam, Mass Rapid Transit System has been recently launched. In Maharashtra, Police Pratisaad Ask services and various schemes for the betterment of farmers have been launched. In Karnataka, PM Santwana Harish Yojana, and Housing scheme for Transgenders have been launched. In Uttar Pradesh, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana, Hausla Paushan scheme, and Swadhar Greh yojana have been launched.

The state government of India monitors both rural and urban development. However, it is not feasible for the state government to monitor all rural and urban local government bodies. Thus, based on the provided funding and coverage, rural and urban local entities create development plan whenever required. These government entities work in close association with planning commission and local or regional government sectors and authorities.

Apart from these schemes, the state government also ensures the effective implementation of centrally sponsored schemes in respective states.