The Public Health Department in Tamil Nadu State has announced the Pregnant women registration mandatory to apply for Childs Birth Certificate under Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Benefit Scheme 2018. The facility has been provided by the state government and health department online via web portal services. The facility will be offered to the expected mother from various Healthcare centers.
Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Benefit Scheme 2018 initiative taken by the state government will offer the process of registration under the RCH (Reproductive and Child Health) department. The process for implementation will be available online at www.picme.tn.gov.in. The state government of Tamilnadu has made compulsory for pregnant women to register / new picme login themselves at the respective health centers to obtain birth certificates for their babies.
Moreover, candidates can also get this RCH ID at PHCs, Urban PHCs, and other govt. hospitals through online registration at PICME. In addition to this, candidates can obtain this RCH ID from Common Service Centers (CSCs) in rural & urban areas or by calling Helpline Number 102. Moreover, these women can also avail the benefits of Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Assistance Scheme.
TN Pregnancy Scheme 2018 and Picme Online Registration Form
Interested applicant can follow the steps to complete the online registration process for Tamilnadu Pregnancy Scheme 2018.
- Firstly visit the official website at picme.tn.gov.in
- Candidate will login by entering user name and id password.
- After entering captcha and click at submit option.
- To obtain the RCH code online the expected mother can log on to the official website picme.tn.gov.in. The process for application is available at all village level CSC (Common Service Centers).
- Expected mothers can also contact the local nurses or Aanganwadi center workers for collecting the 12 digit registration code.
Department of Public Health is the sole body for Registration of Pregnant Women under RCH Scheme. Accordingly, various government hospitals, primary health centers, and health sub-centers provides ante-natal care in case of a newborn baby. Moreover, Village Health Nurses (VHN) carry out this work in the rural areas while the Urban health Nurses (UHN) carry out this task in urban areas.
In addition to this, they make registration of the pregnant ladies and also monitor several expectant mothers. For this, these hospitals and nurses observe the details of ante-natal care being given to them. Afterward, VHNs uploads the documents of the pregnant ladies on the Pregnant and Infant Cohort Monitoring and Evaluation (PICME) software to obtain a 12 digit number – RCH ID.