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1. According to 2011 census, which district has the highest share of cultivators in the total main workers?
2. How much assistance is provided under Dulhan scheme by Government of AP?
The Andhra Pradesh government has come up with a scheme to provide financial aid for the marriage of poor women belonging to the minority community. The ‘Dulhan’ scheme proposes a one-time financial assistance of Rs 50,000 to unmarried women who are residents of the State. To avail the scheme, the bride should have completed 18 years and the bridegroom 21 at the time of marriage. Also, the annual income of the parents of beneficiaries should not exceed Rs 1.5 lakh in rural areas and Rs 2 lakh in urban areas. Prospective brides have to apply online for the marriage incentive a month before the date of wedding. After verification, the District Minorities Welfare Officer will sanction the amount 10 days prior to the marriage
3. Who among the following acts as chairman of ANDHRA PRADESH GREENING AND BEAUTIFICATION CORPORATION?
Mission and Scope of Andhra Pradesh greening and Beautification Corporation 1. To adopt all best practices of urban greening as a prime strategy to mitigate the climate change. 2. To design, implement and take up the greening and beautification of the urban and peri-urban areas to convert them as accessible lung spaces for ecological and recreation services. 3. To equip itself and act as prime and apex mentoring organisation in the field of urban greening & climate change management in extending the services to municipal bodies / other needy organisations. 4. To act as a nodal agency on behalf of the Government in obtaining the national / international cooperation and to serve as a platform for Corporate Social Responsibility activities in the urban ecology matters. 5. To do all such profitable, charitable activities that are necessary and incidental to the above goals.
4. In which year Rythu Bandhu Pathakam was launched?
Rythu Bandhu Pathakam was introduced in 1982, as pledge finance scheme and renamed as Rythu Bandhu Pathakam in 1995. Financing against 75 % value of produce stored in godowns (ceiling Rs. 2 Lakhs per farmer, no interest upto 180 days).