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1 Protection of Women from Domestic Violence act, 2005: It is legislation aimed to provide women from violence in domestic relationships. It defines violence as including physical abuse, sexual abuse, verbal and emotional abuse, and economic abuse. https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/wdvact.pdf
2 The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal), 2013 Aimed to provide protection to women against sexual harassment at workplace and for the prevention and redressal of complaints of sexual harassment, this act also envisages the setting up of "Internal Complaints Committee" at every office of an organization or institution, having more than 10 employees, to hear and redress the complaints of sexual harassment. http://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A2013-14.pdf
3 Dowry Prohibition act, 1961 This act prohibits the giving and taking of dowry, where dowry refers to any property or valuable security given or agreed to be given either directly or indirectly. https://wcd.nic.in/act/dowry-prohibition-act-1961
4 The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act/ Nirbhaya Act, 2013 It provides for amendments of Indian Penal Code (IPC), Indian Evidence Act and Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 on laws related to sexual offences. It added acts such as acid attacks, stalking, voyeurism and sexual harassment to the IPC. It also clarified that in rape cases, absence of resistance does not imply consent. http://ncw.nic.in/sites/default/files/The_Criminal_Law_Amendment_Act_2013_0.pdf
5 The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1986 It makes the sexual exploitation of male and female a cognizable offence. It also provides for liberation & rehabilitation of persons in sex work. It discusses trafficking in relation to prostitution and not in relation to other purposes of trafficking such as domestic work, child labour, organ harvesting, etc. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/6818/1/ind93633.pdf
6 The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 The law aimed to regulate the representation and portrayal of women in mainstream media, particularly print media. Indecent representation here laid emphasis on the material which tends to “deprave or corrupt." https://www.indiacode.nic.in/handle/123456789/1768?view_type=browse&sam_handle=123456789/1362
7 The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987 (3 of 1988) It provides for punishment for an attempt to commit Sati, punishment for abatement of sati, and punishment for the glorification of sati. Sati refers to the burning or burying alive of any widow with the body of her deceased husband or any woman with the body of her deceased relative, irrespective of whether the act is voluntary on the part of the woman. http://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A1988-03_0.pdf
8 The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006 The law seeks to prevent child marriages by making certain actions punishable and by appointing certain authorities responsible for the prevention and prohibition of child marriages. The sole aim is to punish a man for marrying a minor girl, and it does not punish a female adult for marrying a male child. http://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A2007-06.pdf
9 The Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act 2017 The act is applicable to all those women employed in factories, mines, and shops or commercial establishments employing 10 or more employees. It enhanced the duration of paid maternity leave available for women employees from 12 weeks to 26 weeks and extended the benefits to adoptive and commissioning mothers by providing them 12 weeks maternity leave from the date of adoption. It also mandated a creche facility in establishments having 50 or more employees. https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/TheMaternityBenefitAct1961.pdf
10 Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act,1971 Under the 1971 MTP Act, a pregnancy can be terminated until 20 weeks after conception if it will harm the mother, if the pregnancy was the result of rape if the child will be born with serious physical or mental defects, or in case of contraceptive failure. If the pregnancy has gone over 20 weeks, then women have to seek legal course to terminate the pregnancy. http://ncwapps.nic.in/acts/THEMEDICALTERMINATIONOFPREGNANCYACT1971.pdf
11 Equal Remuneration Act, 1976 It provides for Equal remuneration both men and women, and also provides that any special treatment accorded to women in connection with the birth or expected birth of a child, or the terms and conditions relating to retirement, marriage or death or any of them will not be affected by the present Act. https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/equal_remuneration_act_1976_0.pdf
12 Legal Services Authorities Act,1987 This act was enacted to constitute legal services authorities to provide free and competent legal services to the weaker sections of society to ensure that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen by reason of economic or other disabilities and to organize Lok Adalats to secure the operation of the legal system promotes justice on the basis of equal opportunity. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/handle/123456789/1925?view_type=browse&sam_handle=123456789/1362
13 Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition Of Sex Selection) Act It is a statute enacted to stop the female feticide that has resulted in declining female sex ratio in India. It absolutely prohibits sex determination/selection and that no communication can be made about the sex of the fetus in any manner. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/8399/1/pre-conception-pre-natal-diagnostic-techniques-act-1994.pdf
14 Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 It recognized women as coparceners for property partitions arising from 2005 and made a daughter of a coparcener also a coparcener by birth “in her own right in the same manner as the son”. It also gave the daughter the same rights and liabilities “in the coparcenary property as she would have had if she had been a son. http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2005/E_45_2012_114.pdf
15 The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 The Act makes all declaration of talaq, including in written or electronic form, to be void (i.e. not enforceable in law) and illegal where talaq refers to talaq-e-biddat or any other similar form of talaq pronounced by a Muslim man resulting in instant and irrevocable divorce and makes the declaration of talaq a cognizable offense.
16 The Protection of Children from sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill 2019 The Act seeks to protect children from offences such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, and pornography. http://164.100.47.4/billstexts/rsbilltexts/AsIntroduced/POSCO-intro-E-18719.pdf
17 The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens (Amendment Bill, 2019) The bill enlarges the definition of ‘children’, ‘parents’, ‘maintenance’ and ‘welfare’, removes the ceiling of Rs.10,000/- as maintenance amount and introduces minimum standards for senior citizen care homes http://164.100.47.4/BillsTexts/LSBillTexts/Asintroduced/374_2019_LS_Eng.pdf
18 The Indian Penal Code,1860 Indian Penal Code (IPC) is the official criminal code of India. http://ncw.nic.in/sites/default/files/THEINDIANPENALCODE1860_0.pdf
19 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 304B Section 304B of the Indian Penal Code states that if a woman dies within seven years of marriage by any burns or bodily injury or it was revealed that before her marriage she was exposed to cruelty or harassment by her husband or any other relative of the husband in connection to demand dowry than the death of the woman will be considered as a dowry death.
20 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 354 Section 354 punishes whoever assaults or uses criminal force to any woman, intending to outrage or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby outrage her modesty
21 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 354A Section 354A of the IPC provides for the punishment of people posting lewd comments on social media and punishes posting/messaging content related to pornography against the will of a woman or requesting sexual favors
22 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 354B Section 354 B provides punishment for any man who assaults or uses criminal force to any woman or abets such an act with the intention of disrobing or compelling her to be naked.
23 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 354C Section 354 C of the IPC criminalizes voyeurism, where a man, without the consent of a woman, captures an image/video of her engaged in a private act.
24 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 354D Section 354 D of IPC talks about online stalking where an attempt to contact a woman is made via the internet, email or any other form of electronic communication with the intention of establishing personal interaction despite her visible disinterest.
25 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 366A Section 366 A provides for punishment when someone induces any minor girl to go from any place or to do any act with intent that such girl is forced or seduced to illicit intercourse with another person.
26 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 376 Section 376 provides for punishments when someone commits rape or sexual assault. It also provides for punishment when rape causes death or permanent vegetative state for the woman, the husband rapes his wife during separation, person in authority rapes and for gang rape.
27 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 498A Section 498 A aims to protect married women from being subjected to cruelty by the husband or his relatives.
28 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 499 Section 499 of IPC provides for punishment on defaming a woman online. Section 503 of the IPC provides for punishment when an individual threatens a woman with an intention to either harm her or malign her reputation.
29 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 507 Section 507 of the IPC provides for punishment in cases where an individual acts in the interests of intimidating or threatening a woman by anonymous communication
30 The Indian Penal Code,186 - Section 509 Section 509 provides for punishment when any individual utters any word or makes any sound (catcalling) or any gesture, intended for a woman to hear and see, which insults her modesty.
31 Indian Evidence Act, 1872 - Section 113 B Section 113 B presumes the abetment of dowry death when a person has committed the dowry death of a woman, and it is shown that soon before her death such a woman has been subjected by such person to cruelty or harassment for, or in connection with, any demand for dowry.
32 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 Under section 53 of the CrPC, a woman is always to be examined at the request of a police officer, she needs to be examined either by a medical practitioner or under the supervision of a woman medical practitioner. Section 46 (4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 enumerates that a woman shall not be arrested after sunset and before sunrise. http://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A1974-02.pdf
33 Section 160 Section 160 provides that no male person under the age of fifteen years or above the age of sixty-five years or a woman or a mentally or physically disabled person shall be required to attend at any place other than the place in which such male person or woman resides.
34 Section 174(3) Section 174(3) of the CrPC provides for the police to inquire and report on suicide when a married woman commits suicide within 7 years of marriage.
34.5 Labour laws related to women
35 Factories Act, 1948 Section 22(2) provides that the factory owners should not allow any woman or young person to clean, lubricate or adjust any part of a prime-mover or of any transmission machinery while the prime-mover or transmission machinery is in motion. https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/TheFactoriesAct1948.pdf
36 Section 27 provides that the factory should not employ any woman or child in any part of a factory for pressing cotton in which a cotton-opener is at work. The factory should not employ any woman or child in any part of a factory for pressing cotton in which a cotton-opener is at work.
37 Section 48 of the Factories Act, 1948 provides for creches in every factory with more than 30 women workers.
38 The Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 Section 25 provides that no woman or young person shall be required or allowed to work in any industrial premises except between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. http://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A1966-32.pdf
39 Section 14 of the Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 provides for creches in every industrial enterprise which ordinarily employs more than 30 women workers.
40 Mines Act, 1952 Section 46 of this act stipulated that no woman shall be employed in any part of a mine which is below ground or in any above ground except between the hours of 6 A.M. and 7 P.M. http://www.dgms.gov.in/writereaddata/UploadFile/Mines%20Act,%201952.pdf
41 The Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 (27 of 1996) Section 35 of the BOCW Act provides that in every place where in more than fifty female building workers are ordinarily employed, there shall be provided, and maintained, a suitable room (creche) for the use of children under the age of six years of such female workers. https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/BOCW.pdf
42 Inter State Migrant Workmen (RECS) Act, 1979 Section 44 of this act provided for two rooms in every establishment where 20 or more workmen are ordinarily employed as migrant workmen and in which employment of migrant workmen is likely to continue for three months or more. https://clc.gov.in/clc/acts-rules/inter-state-migrant-workmen
43 Plantations Labour Act, 1951 Section 12 provides for a creche in every plantation wherein fifty or more women workers are employed or were employed on any day of the preceding twelve months, or where the number of children of women workers is twenty or more. https://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/The-Plantation-Labour-Act-1951.pdf
43.5 Telangana State legislations
44 The Telangana State Women’s commission act, 1998 It provides for the constitution of a Women's Commission to improve the status of women in the State of Telangana and to inquire into unfair practices affecting women. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/8591/1/act_9_of_1998.pdf#search=women
45 The Telangana Self Help Groups (SHG) Women Co-Contributory Pension Act, 2009 It provides for the framing of Co-contributory Pension Scheme to promote old age income security among women members of Self Help Groups in Urban and Rural Areas and to protect the interests of subscribers. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/8548/1/act_2_of_2009.pdf#search=women
46 Telangana Non-Mulki Prostitutes and Dancing Girls Act, 1350 It provides that no non-mulki prostitute or dancing girl can carry on her occupation within the limits of the City of Hyderabad or of any district without obtaining a residence license, otherwise she shall be penalized. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/8488/1/act_21_of_1350_f.pdf#search=women
47 The Telangana Devadasis (Prohibition of Dedication) Act, 1988 It states the dedication of any woman as a devadasis unlawful and void, even if she might have consented to it. It also states that any woman previously dedicated cannot be deemed incapable of entering into an valid marriage. https://www.indiacode.nic.in/bitstream/123456789/8621/1/act_10_of_1988.pdf#search=women
47.5 Special Initiatives
48 National Commission for Women Act, 1990 It provides for the setting up of National Commission for Women at the state level, to review the constitutional and legal safeguards for women, to recommend remedial legislative measures, to facilitate redressal of grievances and advise the Government on all policy matters affecting women. http://ncw.nic.in/Acts-and-rules/national-commission-women-act-1990-act-no-20-1990-govtof-india
49 Reservation for Women in Local Self -Government The 73rd Constitutional Amendment Acts passed in 1992 by Parliament ensure one-third of the total seats for women in all elected offices in local bodies whether in rural areas or urban areas. https://ruralindiaonline.org/library/resource/the-constitution-seventy-third-amendment-act-1992/
50 The National Plan of Action for children 2016 The plan of Action is a roadmap that links the policy objectives to actionable strategies under four key priority areas -- namely survival, health and nutrition; education and development, protection and participation. https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/National%20Plan%20of%20Action%202016.pdf
51 National Policy for the Empowerment of Women, 2001 The Department of Women & Child Development in the MHRD has prepared a “National Policy for the empowerment of Women” in the year 2001. The goal of this policy is to bring about the advancement, development and empowerment of women. https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/National%20Policy%20for%20Empowerment%20of%20Women%202001.pdf
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52 Assisted Reproductive Technology Regulation Bill 2020 For welfare of Women, the Bill seeks to lay down code of conduct to be observed by persons working at clinics, to set the minimum standards of physical infrastructure, laboratory and diagnostic equipment and expert manpower to be employed by clinics and banks.
53 The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2019 The Bill was introduced in Lok Sabha on July 15, 2019 and aims to prohibit commercial surrogacy, but allows altruistic surrogacy.
54 The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 The Act benefits a large number of transgender persons, mitigates the stigma, discrimination and abuse against this marginalized section and bring them into the mainstream of society.
55 Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment bill, 2020) The Bill seeks to extend the upper limit for medical termination of pregnancy to 24 weeks, from the present stipulation of 20 weeks, for certain categories of women including rape victims.
No Name Description Scheme Link
1 Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana It is aimed at bringing an improvement in Sex Ratio at Birth (SRB) in the short term while improved Child Sex Ratio (CSR) in the long term with manifestation of over-all development such as improved health & nutrition, gender parity in education, better sanitation, opportunities and removal of asymmetries between the genders. https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/beti-bachao-beti-padhao-scheme
2 Mahila E-Haat It is an initiative for meeting aspirations and needs of women entrepreneurs which will leverage technology for showcasing products made/manufactured/sold by women entrepreneurs. It is open to all Indian women citizens more than 18 years of age and women SHGs desiring to market their products/services. http://mahilaehaat-rmk.gov.in/
3 Mahila Shakti Kendra Envisaged to work at various levels, this scheme aims to empower rural women through community participation and to create an environment in which they realize their full potential. http://www.nari.nic.in/node/2
4 Working Women’s Hostel Aims to promote availability of safe and conveniently located accommodation for working women, with day care facilities for their children, wherever possible, in urban, semi urban, or even rural areas where employment opportunities for women exist. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/working-womens-hostel
6 One Stop Centre Scheme These Centres will be established across the country to provide integrated support and assistance under one roof to women affected by violence, both in private and public spaces in a phased manner. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/one-stop-centre-women-distress
7 Support to Training and Employment Programme for Women (STEP) It aims to provide skills that give employability to women and to provide competencies and skills that enable women to become self-employed/ entrepreneurs. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/vocationalskill-training-support-training-and-employment-programme-step-women
8 National Creche Scheme It aims to provide day care facilities to children (age group of 6 months to 6 years) of working mothers, where the creche shall be open for 26 days a month and seven and a half hours per day. http://www.nari.nic.in/sites/default/files/WCD%201%20Creche%20Scheme%20Guidelines.pdf
9 Compensation Scheme for Women Victims/Survivors of Sexual Assault/other Crimes, 2018 As per the scheme, in case of rape and unnatural sexual assault, the victim would get a minimum of Rs four lakh and maximum of Rs seven lakh as compensation. https://nalsa.gov.in/services/victim-compensation/nalsa-s-compensation-scheme-for-women-victims-survivors-of-sexual-assault-other-crimes---2018
10 Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana This scheme focuses on encouraging the parents of the female child for building a fund for their future education and marriage expenses, under its small saving scheme. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/financial-inclusion-girls-sukanya-samriddhi-yojana
11 Universalisation of Women Helpline Scheme It is intended to provide 24 hours immediate and emergency response to women affected by violence through referral (linking with appropriate authority such as police, One Stop Centre, hospital) and information about women related government schemes programs across the country through a single uniform number. http://www.nari.nic.in/sites/default/files/WCD%2018%20WHL%20Guidelines.pdf
12 Technology Development and Utilization Programme for Women It provides assistance for those projects which are relevant to technology development and utilization by women with special emphasis to technologies developed by scientific establishments. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/technology-development-and-utilization-programme-women
13 E-Mamta (Mother and Child Tracking System) MCTS is an initiative of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare to leverage information technology for ensuring delivery of full spectrum of healthcare and immunization services to pregnant women and children up to 5 years of age. http://www.nari.nic.in/schemes/advocacy-womens-health
14 UJJAWALA It is a comprehensive scheme for Prevention of Trafficking and Rescue, Rehabilitation, Re-integration and Repatriation of Victims of Trafficking for Commercial Sexual Exploitation which is being implemented by the Ministry of Women and Child Development. https://wcd.nic.in/schemes/ujjawala-comprehensive-scheme-prevention-trafficking-and-rescue-rehabilitation-and-re

List of Protective & Rehabilitation (PR) Home under Ujjawala Scheme: https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/ujjawalalist12102012.pdf
15 SWADHAR Greh – A Scheme for Women in Difficult Circumstances The Scheme through the provisions of shelter, food, clothing, counselling, training, clinical and legal aid aims to rehabilitate women in difficult circumstance i.e. women rendered homeless due to family discord, crime, violence, mental stress, social ostracism or are being forced into prostitution and are in moral danger https://www.india.gov.in/spotlight/swadhar-greh-scheme

List of Swadhar homes
http://www.ngomwcd.gov.in/index.php?/swadhar-map.html
16 Nirbhaya Fund 1000 crore , for women safety in strategic areas of prevention, protection and rehabilitation https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/Approved%20framework%20for%20Nirbhaya%20Fund_0.pdf
17 Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls (RGSEAG) – ‘SABLA’ http://14.139.60.153/bitstream/123456789/1296/1/Rajiv%20Gandhi%20Scheme%20for%20Empowerment%20of%20Adolescent%20Girls%20%28RGSEAG%29%20-%20Sabla.%20Implementation%20Guidelines.pdf
18 The Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (National Credit Fund for Women) set up in 1993 with a corpus of Rs. 31 crores, against the backdrop of socio-economic constraints faced by poor women to access micro – credit from the formal financial system in the country, especially those in the rural and in unorganized sectors https://rmk.nic.in/
19 Udyam Sakhi Portal for Women Entrepreneur The Udyam Sakhi helps Indian women to start, build and grow businesses. http://www.udyamsakhi.org/about/scheme.html
20 Mahila Kisan Sashatikaran Pariyojana (MKSP) It works towards empowering women in agriculture, enhancing the productive participation of women in agriculture, create and sustain agriculture based livelihoods of rural women and nable women to have better access to inputs and services of the govt and other agencies.
21 Science & Technology for Women Scheme It promotes research, development and adaptation of technology to improve the quality of life, working conditions for women and provides new opportunities for gainful employment of women especially in rural areas and increases the contribution of women scientists to technology based development.
22 Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) This safe motherhood intervention program under the National Health Mission, provides cash incentive to mothers to promote institutional deliveries. https://nhm.gov.in/images/pdf/programmes/jssk/guidelines/guidelines_for_jssk.pdf
23 National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) NRLM promotes SHGs with exclusive women membership and specially focuses on women headed households, single women, women victims of trafficking, women with disability and other such vulnerable categories.
24 Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram Assures NIL expenses for pregant women and new born chil din all government institutions https://nhm.gov.in/images/pdf/programmes/jssk/guidelines/guidelines_for_jssk.pdf
25 Kilkari It is a mobile health education service that provides pregnant women, new mothers, and their families with timely, accessible, accurate and relevant information about Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child health. Dial 180030101703 for information. https://www.nhp.gov.in/Launch-of-Four-Mobile-Health-Services_pg
26 Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana This is a maternity benefit programme offered by the government of India under which a cash incentive of Rs. 5,000 is provided to pregnant women and lactating mothers. https://wcd.nic.in/sites/default/files/Training%20Module_v4.4%20%2023102017.pdf
27 Mahila Samakhya Scheme Started in pursuance of the objectives enshrined in the National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986 to initiate a programme for the education and empowerment of women in rural areas, particularly those from socially and economically marginalized groups.
28 Financial Assistance For Vocational Training of Widows of Ex-servicemen This scheme provides financial assistance to widows of ex-servicemen to complete vocational training of their choice.
29 Mahila Adhikarita Yojana A term loan assistance for engaging in small and petty trade/business and sundry income generating activities, provided to Safai Karamchari, women who undertake scavenging activities and their dependent daughters.
30 Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme It provides pension of Rs. 300 per month to widowed women in BPL category and above 40 years of age, under the National Social Assistance Programme.
31 Swami Vivekananda Single Girl Child Scholarship for Research in Social Sciences This scheme works to support higher education of single girl children in social sciences as well as promote the norm of small families and girl children.
32 Post Doctoral Fellowship for Women Under this, unemployed women candidates holding Ph.D degree are given the opportunity to carry out advanced studies and research for a period of 5 years.
33 Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child It supports higher education through scholarships to girls pursuing higher and technical education, who happen to be the only child in their family.
34 Nai Roshni Scheme for Leadership Development of Minority Women provides leadership training to women of Minorities viz. Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis) and Jains
35 Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana It provides LPG connections in the name of women from BPL households.
36 Kishori Shakti Yojna It uses Anganwadi Centres to improve the nutritional and health status of girls in the age group of 11-18 years as well as to equip them to improve and upgrade their home-based and vocational skills.
37 Trade Related Entrepreneurship Assistance and Development (TREAD) Women particularly those who are illiterate & semi literate can access credit, trade related training, information and counseling extension activities related to trades, products, services etc.
38 Scheme for Adolescent Girls Sabla It is aimed at the all round development of adolescent girls who are not enrolled in schools, implemented through Anganwadi Centres.
39 Scheme for Strengthening Education Among Scheduled Tribe Girls in Low Literacy Districts t provides for cash incentives to students, periodic awards such as cycles, watches etc., construction of hostels, educational primers in tribal languages and so on
40 National Women Bioscientist Award It recognizes outstanding contributions of women scientists in basic and applied research in the areas of biosciences and biotechnology, with potential for application/product and technology development.
41 Adivasi Mahila Sashaktikaran Yojana Concessional loans are provided for projects by eligible Scheduled Tribe Women.
41.5 Telangana state schemes related to women
42 Aasara Pension scheme It provides pension to single women and widows among other beneficiaries, who are unable to provide for themselves.
43 Arogya Lakshmi The government provides one nutritious meal every day to pregnant and lactating women and children below the age of six through Anganwadi centres.
44 Women Entrepreneurs Hub A start-up incubator exclusively for women entrepreneurs with innovative ideas, solutions and entities focusing on emerging areas in technology.
45 Amma Vodi scheme It provides free transport facilities in an ambulance to diagnostic services for regular check-ups and tests for pregnant women in Telangana.
46 Land Purchase Scheme Under this scheme, three acres of agricultural land shall be purchased and assigned to the SC landless women beneficiaries
47 Indiramma Amrutha Hastham It involves spot feeding of one full meal for Pregnant and Lactating women at the Anganwadi centre along with administration of Iron & Folic Acid (IFA) tablets.
48 KCR Kit Scheme Pregnant women who give birth in government hospitals are provided with financial assistance of Rs. 12,000 in three phases.