National Programme on Prevention and Management of Burn Injuries
           The objective of the programme is to reduce incidence, mortality, morbidity and disability
      due to burn Injuries, to improve awareness among the general masses and vulnerable groups
      especially the women, children, industrial and hazardous occupational workers and rehabilitation
      National Oral Health Programme
           The programme was initiated in 2014-15 with the objective to reduce the morbidity from
      oral diseases by strengthening the oral health care delivery in the existing public health facilities
      of the country. Support under the programme is provided to states for contractual appointment of
      dental surgeons, dental hygienists, dental assistants, procurement of dental equipment,
      renovation of the space for dental clinic and consumables required for treatment of dental
      diseases besides activities like awareness creation about oral diseases, capacity building by
      training the involved health personnel under the programme.
      National Leprosy Eradication Programme
           Its objective is to reduce leprosy burden in the country by providing quality leprosy services
      through general health care - to achieve elimination of leprosy as a public health problem in all
      states and districts i.e., reduce annual new case detection Ratio to < 1 per 100,000 populations at
      national level. The programme components include case detection and management, disability
      prevention and medical rehabilitation, IEC including Behaviour Change Communication (BCC)
      human resource and capacity building and programme management.
      Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana
           The objectives of (RSBY) was to provide cashless treatment in any public or private
      empanelled hospitals for most of the diseases that requires hospitalization, and will give
      improved access to quality health care to the beneficiaries. This Scheme has been subsumed in
      the Ayushman Bharat Programme.
      Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme
           Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) is a centrally sponsored scheme under
      NHM implemented in all states and UTs. The main objectives and strategies include
      strengthening /maintaining a decentralized laboratory based IT-enabled disease surveillance
      system for epidemic prone diseases to monitor disease trends and to detect and respond to
      outbreaks in early rising phase through trained rapid response teams. Presently, more than 90 per
      cent districts report weekly data through e-mail/portal ( The weekly data are
      analyzed by SSU/DSU for disease trends. Whenever there is rising trend of illnesses, it is
      investigated by the RRT to diagnose and control the outbreak.
      Food Regulation
           The number of food testing labs authorised to undertake tests were increased to 125 and
      those of referral labs to 16. 19 standards/regulations are operationalized including: Food Safety
      and Standards (Food for Health Supplements, Nutraceuticals, Foods for Special Dietary Uses,
      Foods for Special Medical purpose, Functional Foods, and Novel Food) Regulations, 2015;
      revision of standards of silver leaf (Varakh). Allowing use of Ethylene gas for ripening of fruits;