SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

A one-time capital assistance of Rs.10.00 lakhs per SC family for all SC eligible families as 100% grant / subsidy to establish a suitable income generating scheme as per their choice (without bank loan linkage). The government will handhold beneficiaries for judiciously utilizing the financial assistance. Launched on August 16, 2021.

Dalit Bandhu

First of its kind agriculture investment support scheme to enhance productivity and income. Launched in 2018-19 Kharif season. Support via grant of Rs.5,000 per acre per season for purchase of inputs like seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, labour and other investments twice a year for Rabi (Yasangi) and Kharif (Vanakalam) seasons.

Rythu Bandhu Scheme

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Farmers Group Life Insurance Scheme. Ensures financial relief and social security to kin, in case of loss of farmer’s life due to any reason, including natural death. Farmers in age group of 18-59 years are eligible. Insured sum of Rs.5 lakh is deposited into designated nominee account within 10 days.

Rythu Bima

For pregnant women for two deliveries in government hospital. Pregnant women get Rs.12,000 in three phases. In case of baby girl, additional Rs.1000 is given. KCR Kit contains baby oil, soaps for mother and child, mosquito net, dresses, handbag, toys, diapers, powder, shampoo, sarees, towel and napkins, baby bed.


SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Aimed at restoring water tanks to provide irrigation source to about 25 lakh acres spending Rs 22,000 crore. Desiltation, repairing damaged sluices and weirs, restoring dilapidated tank bunds, stone revetments and plugging seepages done. Aims include improving groundwater table, reducing power consumption by farm sector, getting higher yields, growth of livestock and rural economy.

Mission Kakatiya

Under the Telangana Drinking Water Supply Project, 1.3 lakh km stretch of pipelines being laid to supply drinking water to towns and villages apart from providing water for industrial needs. Aims at ensuring that no female member of a household has to walk miles for water. Commended by Centre for other States to emulate.

Mission Bhagiratha

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Telangana Ku Haritha Haaram envisages to increase the present 24% tree cover in the State to 33% of the total geographical area of the State. The thrust areas to achieve the above are initiatives in notified forest areas, and the other, initiatives in areas outside the notified forest areas.

Haritha Haram

One-time financial assistance of Rs.1,00,116 at the time of marriage for brides who are residents of Telangana. Introduced from October 2, 2014 for unmarried girls, who have completed 18 years of age at the time of marriage and whose parental income does not exceed Rs.2 lakh per annum.

Kalyana Lakshmi/ Shaadi Mubarak

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

One nutritious meal daily to pregnant and lactating women and children below six years through Anganwadi centres. Launched on January 1, 2015 . For women, 200 ml of milk for 25 days a month and one egg each day with meal. Children (between seven months and three years) are provided with 16 eggs a month and a 2.5 kg food packet.

Arogya Lakshmi

For the old and infirm, people with HIV-AIDS, widows, incapacitated weavers and toddy tappers, who have lost means of livelihood with growing age. Pension of Rs. 2,016 to senior citizens, widows, beedi workers, filaria victims, single women, handloom weavers, toddy tappers and AIDS victims, and Rs. 3,016 for disabled pensions.

Aasara Pensions

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

To achieve ‘avoidable blindness-free’ status by comprehensive, universal eye screening for entire population of State. Launched on August 15, 2018, project provides spectacles free of cost, arranges for surgeries and treatment free of cost, provides medicines for common eye ailments and educates people on prevention of serious disabling eye diseases.

Kanti Velugu

Two and three storied buildings with 2 BHK flats in Hyderabad and other urban areas, independent houses in rural areas. Each unit comprising of two bedrooms, hall and kitchen, with apartment complexes/mini townships having all facilities, including CC roads, electrification and a drinking water sump.

Dignity Housing Scheme

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Provides three acres of agricultural land to landless SC women, along with the provision for creation of irrigation facilities, land development and other agricultural inputs for their sustained livelihood. Government distributed 2,524 acres of land to 959 Dalits spending Rs.94 crore in the first year.

Land distribution to Dalits

As many as 87.57 lakh eligible families, approximately 2.86 crore beneficiaries, are being supplied rice from January 1, 2015 at 6 kg per person at Re. 1 per kg without ceiling on number of family members. Government is also supplying superfine rice, or Sanna Biyyam, to schools and hostels benefitting 56 lakh students annually.

Rice distribution

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

For safety and security of women and girls, SHE Teams keep a tab on eve-teasers and stalkers in crowded places. Initially set up in Hyderabad and Cyberabad police Commissionerates, expanded to all districts. Scheme emulated by various States across India.

SHE Teams

Aimed at all round development and creation of effective infrastructure in schools across the State by setting up digital classrooms, construction of additional classrooms and taking up repairs to schools to benefit 19.84 lakh children of 26,065 schools in Telangana.

Mana Ooru Mana Badi

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Skill development initiative aimed at improving quality of graduates coming out of colleges by imparting industry-grade skill sets. More than 800 colleges have registered with TASK and over 1 lakh youth from across Telangana have been skilled since TASK’s inception in June 2015.


T-Hub (Technology Hub) is an innovation hub and ecosystem enabler that is creating impact for startups, corporations and other innovation ecosystem stakeholders. Incorporated in 2015, it has provided over 1800 national and international startups with access to better technology, talent, mentors, customers, corporates, investors and government agencies.


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Aims at creating scalable, robust, secure digital infrastructure to deliver various services, applications, content from Government and service providers. Affordable & reliable high-speed broadband connectivity is provided to every household, government and private institutions in Telangana. Basic platform for services like e-governance, e-health, e-commerce, e-banking, video on demand, etc.


WE-Hub is a start-up incubator exclusively to support women entrepreneurs with innovative ideas, solutions and entities focusing on emerging areas in technology. Mandate is to eliminate financial, societal and support barriers for women and help them succeed in their enterprises.

Women Entrepreneurs Hub

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

For speedy processing of applications for issue of clearances required to set up of industries at a single point based on self-certificates provided by entrepreneurs and to create investor friendly environment. Time limits set for each approval varying from 1 day to maximum of 30 days.


To support handloom weavers’ families. More than 70 lakh families receiving assistance, including insurance cover of Rs.5 lakh. Family of the weaver will get the amount in case of any kind of accidental death. Insurance amount will be given to the nominee 10 days after individual’s death.

Nethanna Bima

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

To uplift and empower Scheduled Caste students, the State government is running 268 Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions including 238 junior colleges and 30 degree colleges for women. These institutions impart quality free English medium education to 1,55,943 students. Before State formation, there were only 134 social welfare residential educational institutions.


(Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society)

A total of 183 tribal welfare residential educational institutions are providing quality free education to 68,483 students. Before formation of Telangana, there were 91 such institutions. Students from these institutions are securing seats in IITs, NITs and AIIMS and other institutions of national importance.


(Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society)

SCHEMES - The Telangana Model

Catering to BCs, the largest community in the State, the government is operating 210 residential educational institutions. This year, 33 residential schools with one each in the district and 15 residential degree colleges including eight for men and seven for women have been established. These institutions offer free education in the English medium on par with corporate and private schools and colleges.

Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society

The State government has created an opportunity for minorities to pursue education by establishing 204 minority residential schools and 12 residential junior colleges. These institutions are providing education to more than one lakh students belonging to minority communities.

Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society