Last updated on Jun 1, 2022

This post gives information about the schemes for women and children that have been implemented by the Central and State governments in Karnataka.

Schemes for Victims of Violence


Stairya Yojna

Gelathi Special treatment unit for Women


Welfare Schemes for Women

Udyogini Scheme

Women training Programme

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State resource centre (SRC)

Micro Credit

Chetana (rehabilitation of Sex workers)

Rehabilitation of transgenders

Interest subsidy Scheme to Women entrepreneurs (KSFC)

Samrudhi Scheme


Hostel for Girls

Schemes by State Governments for Girl Child

Karnataka Bhagyashree Scheme

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