Ujwal Bharat is a scheme first put forth under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May of 2016. It includes power sector reform and general goals of lighting up or electrifying India's traditionally stranded and disconnected places.
It's main mission underscores: 24 x 7 affordable environmental friendly power for all by 2019
This would include DISCOMs (electricity distributors) and specific goals. This includes rural electrification; some villages do not have electricity. They need to be connected to the grid and alot that have do not get it 24x7. It is important to note that India generates electricity in excess capacity but there are issues with transmission and distribution.
For renewables, govt has programs for solar and massive capacity addition is happening. Even LED lights are being provided at a subsidised rate.
There is also cheap solar power production, but some are questioning the financial health of these firms. They have started this process of auction where they allot the project to those who bid the lowest electricity supply cost.
Please find the enumerated goals below: