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‘Maa’ and ‘Maa Vatsalya’‘Aayushman Bharat-Pradhanmantri Jan Aarogya' Yojana

Maa’ and ‘Maa Vatsalya’
‘Aayushman Bharat-Pradhanmantri Jan Aarogya' Yojana

Who benefits?

The scheme has been implemented in rural as well as urban areas of the state (municipal area, municipal area and notified area) for families living below the poverty line (up to a maximum of 5 persons).

Under Maa Vatsalya Yojana, annual Rs. Income less than Rs 4 lakh and Rs 6 lakh for senior citizens.

A maximum of five members of a low-income family can benefit.

Inclusion of rural and urban divisions registered under Social, Economic and Caste Based Survey 2011 under Lifelong India-Prime Minister's Public Health Scheme. All members will benefit without any limitation in the definition of family.

Where to get benefits

Institutions having related services available in government as well as registered private hospitals under this scheme.


The method of availing 

• First of all the name of the beneficiary and the names of their family members should be in the list of social, economic and caste based survey 2011 with prescribed criteria.

The beneficiary can use any of his Aadhar card, e-card, ‘Maa’ or ‘Maa Vatsalya card’ and his ration card at CHC. As well as the hospital associated with the scheme.

At the hospital level, the said document has to be shown to the Prime Minister's Health Friend.

Based on the documents submitted by the beneficiary, PM Arogyamitra will get online verification of full identity and then issue an e-card.

Once verified, the beneficiary will be able to get free treatment in the hospitals affiliated to the scheme.

Assistance / benefits under the scheme

Free treatment health insurance cover in government as well as private hospitals registered under treatment scheme up to Rs. 5 lakh per annum.

Primary, secondary and serious diseases such as eye diseases, ear, nose and throat diseases, gynecological diseases, psychiatric diseases, heart diseases, kidney diseases, brain diseases, serious injuries, serious diseases affecting newborns, cancer, knee and hip under the scheme. Replacement, of kidney and liver

Free treatment up to Rs. 5 lakh is provided for transplantation etc.

Official Website : ‘Maa’ and ‘Maa Vatsalya’
‘Aayushman Bharat-Pradhanmantri Jan Aarogya' Yojana

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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  •     Socially and Economically Backward Classes
  •     Minority communities
  •     Physically and mentally challenged persons.

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  •     Health and Housing
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