Ladli Laxmi Yojana is a government scheme launched in 2008 in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India, to provide financial assistance for the education and welfare of girl children. The scheme is intended to improve the status and well-being of the girl child and to promote gender equality.

The main features of the scheme include:

  • Eligibility: The scheme is open to girl children from families below the poverty line, who are born on or after 1st October, 2007.
  • Financial Assistance: The scheme provides financial assistance for the education and welfare of the girl child in the form of cash incentives and scholarships.
  • Beneficiary Identification: Beneficiaries are identified through a process of community mobilization and survey by Anganwadi workers and the ICDS scheme.
  • Use of Funds: The funds can be used for the girl child's education, health, and nutrition needs.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation: The scheme is monitored and evaluated by the state government of Madhya Pradesh.

The scheme aims to provide financial assistance to the girl child's family for her education and welfare, which would help reduce the burden of expenses on the family and change the attitude of the society towards the girl child. The scheme also encourages the parents for the girl child education and their participation in social and economic activities.