Bihar Leading the Way

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Total Prohibition of Alcohol

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Bihar Right to Public Services Act

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Right to Public Grievance Redressal Act

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Agriculture Road Map 2017 - 2022

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Student Credit Card Scheme

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Bihar Museum

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GENDERING BIHAR

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50% Reservation
For Women in Panchayati raj

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35% Reservation
For Women in all Govt. Jobs

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Bicycles for
High School Going Girls

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Campaign against
Child Marriage and Dowry

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Women Self Help Groups
Women SHGs

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Women In Uniform
Separate Women Batalian

CM ON THE MOVE

Seven Resolves

CM Profile

CHIEF MINISTER OF BIHAR - SHRI NITISH KUMAR
 
Father's Name : Late Shri Kaviraj Ram Lakhan Singh
Mother's Name : Late Smt. Parmeshwari Devi
Date of Birth : 1st March, 1951.
Place of Birth : Bakhtiarpur, District - Patna, State - Bihar.
Marital Status : Married.
Date of Marriage : 22nd February, 1973.
Spouse's Name : Late Smt. Manju Kumari Sinha.

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Governance Track Record

It is almost 13 years ago when the people of Bihar handed over the reins of power to Nitish Government with full hope and confidence. We also took an oath in 2005 to establish the rule of law and to move on the path of justice with development. By including all segments of the society together, he laid the foundation of the programme of Good Governance, transparency and all inclusive growth. He formulated programmes of Good Governance first for the period 2005-2010 and then for 2010-2015. With all honesty and determination he executed the policies based on programme of Good Governance. During this journey of achievements, possibilities and challenges he has been receiving immense support and co-operation from the people of the state.

Within a period of only a few years shri Kumar has revamped many public organisations and systems. On the one hand he succeeded in establishing effective law and order and rule of law while on the other hand he has also achieved greater height in the development of Human Resource along with good infrastructure. A sense of security and determination has been instilled in the minds of the people and the impact of which can be seen in the economic and social activities of the villages. Giving utmost priority to the weaker, resource starved and devoid of development sections of the society, a new direction of development was envisaged...

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