Ushering in a new wave of development through a slew of initiatives, the Nabam Tuki led Congress Government in Arunachal Pradesh came out with comprehensive State flagship programmes to achieve the goal of inclusive development.


Popularly referred to as ‘Paradise of the East’, efforts are on to make Arunachal Pradesh the face of North East Tourism. Launched in 2012-13, CM’s Paryatan Vikas Yojana is providing 100 unemployed youths with subsidized cabs to promote tourism entrepreneurship. The government is developing tourism infrastructure along with increasing the number of tourist circuits in addition to opening Tourist Information centers.

CHIEF MINISTER’S SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMEIt aims at improving employability of educated unemployed youth. Under this initiative, a Job Mela-cum-Skill Development Interview Rally was organized from 30th August to 1st September 2013 at Itanagar in which 9012 candidates registered and 1598 candidates were selected and are currently undergoing training. This programme intends to provide employment to 6308 youths.

CHIEF MINISTER’S AGRI-MECHANIZATION PROGRAMME - This programme was launched in 2012-13 to aid the farming community in purchase of costly farm machineries. Till date; 100 tractors, 300 power tillers, 700 pumping sets and 600 paddy de-husking machines have been distributed, benefiting 1700 farmers.

CHIEF MINISTER’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN QUALITY EDUCATION - This initiative encourages and recognizes the dedication of the Principals, Head Masters and Teachers in schools. Following awards will be given under this program:


Best School Award - One in each District, Rs. 1 lakh each to be spent on skill based learning materials

Best Principal and Best Headmaster - Rs. 50,000 each

Two best male teachers and two best female teachers - Rs.50, 000 each

VIDYA scheme launched for unmarried girl students of Class VI for continuing school education. The scheme envisages an initial deposit of Rs 5000/ only in their account to be drawn with interest after passing class XII.

Sanitary napkins provided for better hygiene for female students, benefitting approximately 82,419 girls.


CHIEF MINISTER’S DISABILITY PENSION SCHEME - Introduced in 2011-12 to assist the disabled by providing pension at the rate of Rs 500/- per month (which has been increased to Rs. 1,000/- per month from current financial year). During 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14, over 922 persons in 17 Districts and Capital Complex benefited from this programme.

CHIEF MINISTER’S LIVELIHOOD MISSION SCHOOL (CMLMS) - Launched at Nampong in Changlang district on 18th October 2012 with the objective of providing skill based training to the youth (aged 18 to 25) , enabling them to earn a decent livelihood.

CHIEF MINISTER’S GRANTS LOIN LOOM SCHEMEThis scheme envisages helping local weavers and aims to benefit 6424 selected handloom weavers. Funds have been sanctioned and the scheme’s launch is underway.

ARUNACHAL KRISHI KARMAN AWARDIt has been instituted to reward best performing districts, farmers and extension workers in agriculture.

CHIEF MINISTER’S MISSION MODE PROJECT (MMP)Introduced to encourage plantation of Tea and Rubber crops, Rs. 500 lakh for tea growers and Rs. 1000 lakh for rubber growers have been earmarked for 2013-14 under this programme.

CHIEF MINISTER’S TROPHY OF FOOTBALL AND VOLLEYBALLThis ward has been announced to promote football and volleyball games at Block, District and State level, both in men and women category.

CHIEF MINISTER’S TALENT AWARD SCHEME - Introduced in 2011-12 to instill a spirit of competition and academic excellence amongst students of Class X and XII, the award provides meritorious students with free laptops and has benefitted a total of 2286 government schools students.