Tarun Garvit Scheme for Rural Development of Haryana
Tarun Garvit Scheme for Rural Development – The State Government of Haryana has prepared a team of 60,000 youth under the GARVIT (youth for rural development) to educate every village people about the benefits of the scheme.
During the ‘Tarun Garvit scheme for rural development – enriched with educated’ and in Rohtak’s program, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the government has only selected educated candidates to ensure the development and empowerment of the villages as a representative of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs).
A training program for the Garvit Volunteer has also been started and in addition to this, a certificate course for Panchayati Raj representatives has been issued.
The main purpose of preparing a team of 60,000 Volunteers is to change the villages and the Haryana Government is continuously working on the ground according to the principles given by Deen Dayal Upadhyay of ‘Antyodaya’. The discussion will be conducted with the ministers of Panchayati Raj for repeating the GARVIT scheme in the respective districts.