जनजातीय कार्य मंत्रालय
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT)

About The Ministry
The Ministry was set up in 1999 after the bifurcation of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment with the objective of providing more focused approach on the integrated socio-economic development of the Scheduled Tribes (STs).
The programmes and schemes of the Ministry are intended to support and supplement other Central Ministries, State Governments and partly of voluntary organizations, and to fill critical gaps in institutions and programmes taking into account the situation of STs through financial assistance. These schemes comprising economic, educational and social development through institution building are administered by the Ministry and implemented mainly through the State Governments/ Union Territory Administrations. The Ministry also supplements the efforts of other Ministries by way of various developmental interventions in critical sectors through specially tailored schemes.
About Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT)
Ministry of Tribal Affairs is fully commited to the smooth and effective implementation of the Direct Benefits Transfer (DBT). DBT aims to bring transparency, eliminate misuse of funds and enable enhanced monitoring of the Schemes implemented by the Government of India. In DBT, benefit or subsidy will be directly transferred to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. Public Finance Management System (PFMS) acts as the common Platform for DBT. All State Governments/ UTs shall upload data regarding DBT Transactions on the portal for every month by the 4th day of the next month.


Amonut Released (Postmatric)
FY: 2021-22
Rs. : 1352.22 Cr.
   Amonut Released (Postmatric)
FY: 2020-21
Rs. : 1829.08 Cr.
   Amonut Released (Prematric)
FY: 2021-22
Rs. : 324.96 Cr.
   Amonut Released (Prematric)
FY: 2020-21
Rs. : 248.9 Cr.





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