It is the objective of the state to make the minorities, elderly, differently-abled and scheduled castes and backward classes economically self reliant, to provide them equal opportunities in all spheres of life and establish a socially secure and just environment for them. By 2030, it is our endeavour to reduce inequalities and make all the vulnerable groups secure and self-reliant.
As per Census 2011, of the total population
2.1% has at least one form of disability
8.65% is over the age of 60 years
12.54% belongs to a minority group
20.17% constitutes Schedule Castes
Focus for Tomorrow
Progressively achieve and sustain income growth of the most vulnerable
Ensure equal opportunity and reduce inequalities by educating, empowering, protecting and promoting the social and economic inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status
For the Divyang or persons with disabilities the Government of Haryana aims to ensure 3% job reservation in all institutions of the state by 2030. It will provide soft loans, develop skills and also provide disabled-friendly civil public infrastructure and transportation in all districts.
For the minorities, Government of Haryana will ensure that in all blocks where 25% or more of the population belongs to minority communities, the number of secondary schools and government colleges are increased and scholarship schemes are available at the state level. Also 5,00,000 people will also be trained for blue-collar jobs.
For the elderly the state will ensure that 1,00,000 care-givers are trained. Old-age homes and old-age day care centres will be opened in all districts.
The Government of Haryana is committed to making members of schedules castes and backward classes economically strongerthrough soft loans for incomegenerating schemes and skill development.