SSC CGL Tier 3 will be held on 29th December 2019. To give you an idea of the essay writing and its format, we are providing you with an essay on the topic, “Steps taken by the government to increase health facilities all over India” Check out the essay given below and get an idea on how you need to write in order to score decent marks in the SSC CGL Tier 3.
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India is a developing country and has grown exponentially in many fields achieving various milestones each year but when it comes to public health, there is some lacking in this area. We know the practice of public health has been dynamic in India and has witnessed many hurdles in its attempt to affect the lives of the people of this country. After independence, many health problems such as disease, tuberculosis, leprosy, high maternal and child mortality and lately, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have fetched thoroughly concerned of the Government. Our government is working to improve the health of the millions by taking some initiative and launching schemes. In the recent few years, govt has launched various schemes to improve the health of the people by providing them financial and other helping hands.
Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY): This scheme was launched by the Ministry of Labour and Employment to provide health insurance coverage to the below poverty line people. People under this scheme can avail the benefit of hospitalization coverage of up to 30,000/-
Central Government Health Schemes (CGHS): This scheme provides comprehensive health care facilities for the Central Govt. employees, pensioners and their dependents residing in CGHS covered cities.
Ayushman Bharat Yojana (PMJAY): This scheme was rolled out on 23rd September 2018 to cover about 50 crores citizens of India. Coverage under this scheme includes 3 days of pre-hospitalization and 15 days of post-hospitalization expenses also PMJAY and the e-card provide a coverage of Rs. 5 lakh per family, per year to access the healthcare services.
Poshan Maah: It was launched in March 2018. This scheme aims at improving the nutritional status of children of age up to 6 years, adolescent girls, pregnant women, and lactating mothers to achieve specific targets for reduction in low birth weight babies, stunting growth, undernutrition, and prevalence of anemia over next three years.