Mitanin Kalyan Kosh Mitanin Kalyan Kosh (MKK) was established by the Government of Chhattisgarh to ensure welfare of people working mitanin programme. The State of Chhattisgarh was honored with the JRD Tata National Award by the Government of India for its significant improvements in health indicators. The credit for this achievement was graciously attributed to the dedicated Mitanins by the Honorable Chief Minister. In recognition of their contributions, the Chief Minister announced the establishment of the Mitanin Kalyan Kosh, generously endowed with an award grant of Rs. 15 lakhs. The Government of Chhattisgarh first established the Mitanin Kalyan Kosh in 2009, and it was subsequently re-constituted in 2011. The annual steering committee meetings of the MKK program are presided over by the Honourable Health Minister. It is within these meetings that MKK's programmatic decisions and yearly budgetary plans are meticulously reviewed and approved. The Mitanin Kalyan Kosh's endorsed schemes are diligently executed by the dedicated MKK team. Currently, MKK administers eight distinct schemes, all with the primary objective of enhancing the well-being of Mitanins. These schemes encompass providing financial support for their higher education, maternity benefits, assistance for old age, and aid for families dealing with the loss of a husband.