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সাত বিহুৰ নাম ঠাই অনুসৰি| • গৰু বিহু        • গৰু বিহু • মানুহ বিহু     • গোঁসাই বিহু • চেনেহী বিহু   • তাঁতৰ বিহু • মাইকী বিহু    •নাঙল বিহু • ৰঙালী বিহু    •চেনেহী বিহু • চেৰা বিহু       •চেৰা বিহু • হাতবিহু অসমীয়া মহিলা সকলে বন্ধা খোপাৰ নাম • উধনীয়া খোপা • কলডিলীয়া খোপা • ঘিলা খোপা • চকা খোপা • চেলা খোপা • চকা খোপা • তগৰ খোপা • তেঁতেলী খোপা • থিয় খোপা • নেঘেৰী খোপা • লিগিৰী খোপা গৰু বিহুৰ চাতত ব্যৱহাৰ হোৱা দ্রব্য মাখিয়তি, দীঘলতি, বৰথেকেৰা, বেঙেনা, জাতিলাও, তিয়হ গৰু বিহুৰ জাগত লগা গছ গছনি কেঁচা গোবৰ, মাখিয়তি, দীঘলতি, বগৰীৰ ডাল, সিজুগছ, ঠুঠনি বল, বল জৰা, টিকনি বৰুৱা, বিৰিণা, শোকোতা আদি.. জাপি • গৰখীয়া জাপি • পানী জাপি • বনুৱা জাপি • হালোৱা জাপি • উকা জাপি • ফুলাম জাপি • পদুমীয়া জাপি • সৰুদৈয়া জাপি • বৰজাপি • টুপি জাপি বৰহমথুৰি অসমীয়া জেতুকাৰ এক উপকৰণ ইয়াৰ পাত থুৰি চোবালে তাৰ ৰসে ওঁঠ বোলাই পেলায় অসমীয়া মানুহে বনোৱা কিছুমান পিঠা তিল পিঠা ,নাৰিকল পিঠা , ঘিলা পিঠা , বৰ সিঠা ,ফেনী পিঠা , খোলা চপৰীয়া পিঠা , জোনসিঠা , টেকেলি পিঠা , টোপোলা পিঠা ,কল পিঠা , চুঙা পিঠা ,মুঠীয়া পিঠা ,সুতুলি পিঠা,

Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme

The "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao" (BBBP) scheme is a flagship initiative launched by the Government of India to address gender imbalance and promote the education of girls. It aims to raise awareness about the importance of girls' education, improve the efficiency of welfare services intended for girls, and change societal mindsets regarding the girl child.

One of the crucial components of this scheme is the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS). ICDS plays a pivotal role in the successful implementation of BBBP by focusing on the holistic development of children below the age of six and ensuring proper nutrition, health care, and education for girls.

In the context of BBBP, ICDS helps by:

Deputy Director DWCD- Kunjalata Lashon

Project Officer(DWCD) - Narindra Pal Kaur


1. Providing Nutrition:ICDS operates anganwadi centers that offer supplementary nutrition, including take-home rations, to pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children. Proper nutrition is vital for the health and development of girls, enabling them to participate actively in education.

2. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE):ICDS facilitates early childhood care and education, offering preschool activities in anganwadi centers. This early learning exposure prepares girls for formal education, laying a strong foundation for their academic journey.

3. Healthcare Services:ICDS ensures access to healthcare services for girls, including immunizations, regular health check-ups, and referrals to health institutions if necessary. Healthy girls are more likely to attend school regularly and perform better academically.

4. Community Engagement:ICDS workers engage with communities to create awareness about the importance of educating girls. They conduct outreach programs and awareness campaigns, advocating for the value of educating and empowering girls.

The collaborative efforts of BBBP and ICDS aim to break barriers that hinder girls' education and uplift the status of girls in society. By addressing issues related to nutrition, healthcare, and education at an early age, this integrated approach fosters an environment where girls can thrive and reach their full potential.

This joint initiative serves as a significant step towards creating a more equitable and inclusive society, where every girl child is given the opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute positively to the nation's development.


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