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PRESENTATION FROM ANDHRA RADESH
AMR-APARD
Sri.K.CHANDRA MOULI , I.A.S
COMMISSIONER,AMR-APARD
MANCHAL MANDAL
CHEEDED GRAM PANCHAYAT,MANCHAL
MANDAL,RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
KHANAPUR GRAM PANCHAYAT,MANCHAL MANDAL,RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
PARVATHAGIRI MANDAL
ANANTHARAM GRAM PANCHAYAT,PARVATHAGIRI MANDAL,WARANGAL
DISTRICT
ENUGAL GRAM PANCHAYAT , PARVATHAGIRI MANDAL,WARANGAL DISTRICT
WARANGAL DISTRICT
WARANGAL DISTRICT
WARANGAL DISTRICT
ANANTHARAM GRAM PANCHAYAT OF PARVATHAGIRI MANDAL OF
WARANGAL DISTRICT
RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
MANCHAL MANDAL PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
1
No.of Gram
Panchayats
18
2
No.of Wards
174
3
Total population
42179
SC Population
7609
ST Population
9179
4
No.of Households
8620
5
Geographical area
238.49 sq.km
6
Marginal farmers
5683
7
Small farmers
2761
8
Semi-medium
farmers
1715
9
Medium farmers
598
10
Large farmers
165
Sl. ITEM
No
NUMBER
11 MPP PRESIDENT
01
12 ZPTC MEMBER
01
13 MPTC MEMBERS
(Excluding MPP
President)
11
14 SC GP SARPANCHES
03
15 ST GP SARPANCHES
04
16 BC GP SARPANCHES
08
17 OC GP SARPANCHES
03
18 SC WARD MEMBERS
38
19 ST WARD MEMBERS
39
20 BC WARD MEMBERS
81
21 OC WARD MEMBERS
16
Sl.
No
QUALIFICATION
OF WARD
MEMEBRS
22
DEGREE
03
----
04
01
08
INTERMEDIATE
05
02
05
05
17
SSC
06
11
18
01
36
8TH
01
----
01
----
02
7TH
01
01
01
----
03
6TH
----
----
01
-----
01
5TH
----
05
20
01
26
NON-LITERATE
22
20
31
08
81
38
39
81
16
174
57.89
51.28
38.27
50
46.55
Total
% of Non-Literates
SC
ST
BC
OC
TOTAL
Sl.
No
23
CATEGOR Y OF FARMERS RANGE
MARGINAL FARMERS
NUMBER AREA
(Acs)
Up to 1.23
acs
2932
2057.20
1.24 to 2.46
acs
2751
5022.81
5683
7080.01
2761
9634.09
2761
9634.09
Sub-total
SMALL FARMERS
2.47 to 4.93
acs
Sub-total
SEMI-MEDIUM FARMERS 4.94 to 7.40
acs
1269
7476.32
7.41 to 9.87
acs
446
3791.74
Sub-total
MEDIUM FARMERS
9.88 to 12.35 acs
244
2669.93
12.36 to 18.52 acs
259
3886.36
18.53 to 24.70 acs
95
1998.47
5683
7080.01
24.71 to 49.41 acs
129
4263.97
49.42 and above
36
2581.20
Sub-total
LARGE FARMERS
1715 11268.06
Grand Total
10922
farmers
and
43382.09 acs
(2005-06
Agriculture
census)
Sl.
No
CATEGORY OF LAND(2007-08)
AREA
(Ha)
1
Geographical area
27705
2
Forest area
1846
3
Barren and uncultivable area
2141
4
Land put to non-agricultural use
1560
5
Permanent pastures and other
grazing lands
2651
6
Misc. tree crops and groves not
included in net area
811
7
Culturable waste
560
8
Other fallow lands
208
9
Current fallows
4974
10
Net area sown
5766
11
Total cropped area (Kharif + Rabi)
6268
12
Area sown more than once
(Irrigated and unirrigated)
502
PRINCIPAL CROPS GROWN(2007-08)
KHARIF (Ha)
RABI (Ha)
TOTAL (Ha)
1
PADDY
518
652
1170
2
JOWAR
1023
----
1023
3
WHEAT
----
04
04
4
BAJRA
164
----
164
5
MAIZE
17
13
30
6
GREEN GRAM
06
----
06
7
RED GRAM
295
----
295
8
BENGAL GRAM
----
04
04
9
CHILLIES
08
07
15
10
GROUND NUT
----
02
02
11
COTTON
11
---
11
12
SESAMUM
05
---
05
13
SUNFLOWER
----
02
02
14
CASTOR
2114
----
2114
15
VEGETABLES
537
318
855
16
FRUITS
-------
-----
233
MINOR IRRIGATION SOURCES
Sl.No SOURCE
NUMBER
AYACUT
(Acs)
1
PWD TANKS
5
841.75
2
PANCHAYAT
RAJ TANKS
239
2595.64
3
DUG WELLS
1857
1314
4
SHALLOW
TUBE WELLS
1171
3100
LIVESTOCK & POULTRY (2007-08)
Sl. ITEM
No
1
CATTLE
(a) Male over 2 ½ years
(b) Female over 2 ½ years
(c) Young stock
Total
2
NUMBER
12117
8459
4845
25421
BUFFALOES
(a) Male over 2 ½ years
(b) Female over 2 ½ years
(c) Young stock
Total
297
6431
5770
12498
3
SHEEP
41691
4
GOAT
14480
5
PIGS
339
6
DOGS
3174
TOTAL LIVESTOCK
105229
TOTAL POULTRY
214477
7
EDUCATION(2007-08)
Sl. ITEM
No
NUMBER
1
PRIMARY SCHOOLS
33
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
756
906
47
14
2
3
Boys
Girls
Male Teachers
Female Teachers
UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS
12
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
623
625
33
10
Boys
Girls
Male Teachers
Female Teachers
HIGH SCHOOLS
14
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
1132
1000
37
31
Boys
Girls
Male Teachers
Female Teachers
SOCIAL SECURITY PENSIONS
Sl.
No
ITEM
1
NATIONAL SOCIAL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME
(NSAP)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2
Old Age Pensions
Widow Pensions
Disabled Pensions
Weaver’s Pension
Total
NUMBER
2345
437
228
04
3014
INDIRAMMA PENSIONS
(a) Old Age Pensions
(b) Widow Pensions
(c) Disabled Pensions
Total
1146
394
176
1716
PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (PDS)
Sl. ITEM
No
1
FAIR PRICE SHOPS
2
RATION CARDS
NUMBER
(a) WHITE
(b) PINK
(c) ANTYODAYA ANNA
YOJANA (AAY)
Total
26
8491
337
1702
10530
NATIONAL LITERACY PROGRAMME
(a) LITERACY CENTRES
20
RURAL DRINKING WATER SUPPLY
Sl. ITEM
No
NUMBER
1
TOTAL HABITATIONS
44
2
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY
22
3
BORE WELLS
4
OTHERS
332
11
YOUTH CENTRES
1
NUMBER OF YOUTH
CENTRES (REGISTERED)
2
TOTAL MEMBERSHIP
19
285
POST OFFICES
1
SUB-POST OFFICE
01
2
BRANCH POST OFFICES
09
SOCIAL WELFARE
Sl. ITEM
No
1
2
NUMBER
SC BOYS’ HOSTEL
01
NUMBER OF SC BOYS
120
BC GIRLS’ HOSTEL
01
NUMBER OF BC GIRLS
120
WOMEN GROUPS
1
SHGs
Total members
942
10024
2
VOs
37
3
MMS
01
4
DEEPAM CONNECTIONS
2553
PR
REVENUE
RD
MEDICAL
& HEALTH
PLANNING
AGRICULTURE
HOUSING
IRRIGATION
RWS
AH
YOUTH
AFFAIRS
WOMEN &
CHILD
WELFARE
POLICE
EXCISE
FOREST
SC
WELFARE
MINES &
GEOLOGY
ENERGY
DISABLED
WELFARE
MANDAL
R&B
BC
WELFARE
MARKE
TING
POSTAL
SOCIAL
WELFARE
BANKING
EDUCATI
ON
TRIBAL
WELFARE
INDUSTRIES
TELECOM
COOPER
ATIVE
SERICULTURE
FISHERIES
GROUND
WATER
HOUSING
COMME
RCIAL
TAX
HORTICU
LTURE
CHEEDED GRAM PANCHAYAT PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
1
No.of Wards
08
2
Total population
939
SC Population
202
ST Population
12
No.of Households
235
SC Househlds
30
ST Households
03
BC Households
186
Minority
Households
06
OC Househlds
10
3
Total 235
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
4
SC Female ward
members
02
SC Male ward
members
02
BC Female ward
members
02
BC Male ward
members
02
Total
5
08
Literate ward
members
03
Non-literate ward
members
05
Total
08
Sl.
No
6
ITEM
Total land
NUMBER
1250 acs
Rainfed land
700 acs
Wet land
200 acs
Forest area
250 acs
Fallow land
50 acs
Other land
50 acs
7
M.I.Tanks
03
8
Bore wells
20
9
Open wells
35
10
Landless families
24
ST families
03
BC families
15
Minority families
01
OC families
05
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
11
Number of SHGs
21
Number of SHG
members
320
Number SHGs
given loan
20
Minimum loan
amount given to
SHG
0.50 lakhs
Maximum loan
amount given to
SHG
3.00 lakhs
Number of SHG
members joined
Dr.YSR Abhaya
Hastham
170
Sl.
No
12
ITEM
Paddy
12 acs
Jowar
29 acs
Castor
85 acs
Red gram
Other food crops
13
NUMBER
9 acs
65 acs
Cattle
488
Sheep
1222
Goat
376
14
No.of milch cattle
distributed under
Pasukranthi
pathakam
15
Krishna drinking
water supply
Overhead tank
20
60000 lts
Sl.
No
16
ITEM
Number of Old Age
Pensions
86
Number of Widow
Pensions
21
Number of Disabled
Pensions
11
Total
17
18
NUMBER
118
Teachers
07
Vidya Volunteers
02
Part-time Farasha
01
Boys
37
Girls
25
No.of Houses
sanctioned
182
No.of Houses
completed
89
Sl.
No
19
ITEM
Number of Arogya
Sree Card holders
Number of
operations taken up
Amount involved
20
Fair Price Shop
NUMBER
214
01
Rs 15000
01
Number of white
cards
236
Number of
Antyodaya Anna
Jojana (AAY) cards
02
KHANAPUR GRAM PANCHAYAT PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
1
No.of Wards
08
2
Total population
1231
SC Population
420
ST Population
NIL
3
CROPS
Paddy
15 acs
Jowar
29 acs
Castor
55 acs
Red gram
09 acs
Other crops
55 acs
4
Cattle
1101
5
Sheep
622
KHANAPUR GRAM PANCHAYAT PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
6
Krishna water supply
(protected water supply)
7
8
9
NUMBER
Overhead Tank
40000 lts
Fair Price Shop
01
Number of white cards
294
Number of AAY Cards
46
Number of Annapurna
cards
06
PRIMARY HEALTH
CENTRE
01
Doctor
01
Nurses
08
Teachers
02
Boys
27
Girls
35
KHANAPUR GRAM PANCHAYAT PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
10
Old Age Pensions
120
Widow Pensions
26
Disabled Pensions
20
Number of SHGs
28
Number of SHGs given
bank loan
26
Minimum loan given to
SHGs
2.0 lakhs
Maximum loan given to
SHGs
3.0 lakhs
No. Of Houses
sanctioned
181
No.of Houses completed
62
No.of Arogya Sree
cardholders
329
11
12
13
KHANAPUR GRAM PANCHAYAT PROFILE
Sl.
No
ITEM
NUMBER
No.of Operations done 04
14
Amount involved
1.10 lakhs
Non-literate ward
members
02
Literate ward ward
members
06
PARVATHAGIRI MANDAL PROFILE
Sl.No ITEM
NUMBER
1
No.of Gram
Panchayats
19
2
No.of Wards
184
3
Total population
44639
SC Population
6306
ST Population
12705
4
No.of Households
9030
5
Geographical area
158.38 sq.km
6
Marginal farmers
5683
7
Small farmers
2761
8
Semi-medium
farmers
1715
9
Medium farmers
598
10
Large farmers
165
1.PS
7.COMMUNITY
COORDINATOR
13.Head
Master
17.Teacher
21.Teacher
27.Teacher
2.RS
8.Sakshara
Bharathi
Coordinator
14.Vidya
Volunteer
18.Vidya
Volunteer
22.PTF
28.Teacher
3.ANGANWA
DI TEACHER
4.ASHA
WORKER
9.Sakshara
Bharathi
Coordinator
10.Commu
nity Service
Provider
FUNCTIONARIES
CHEEDED GRAM
PANCHAYAT
23.Midday
Meal Cook
29.FP
Shop
Dealer
24.NPM
Coordinator
37.Ward
members-8
5.FIELD
ASSISTANT
6.ADARSH
A RYTHU
11.ANM
12.Sweeper
15.Work
Inspector
Housing
16.Sweeper
19.Village
Book
Keeper
20.Sweeper
25.Helper
26.Waterman
38.Gopala
Mitra
39.Karobar
RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
1
MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNRGEA)
2
INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ( IWMP)
3
SWARNAJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY)
4
PRADHAN MANTRI GRAM SADAK YOJANA (PMGSY)
5
NATIONAL RURAL DRINKING WATER PROGRAMME(NRDWP)
6
TOTAL SANITATION CAMPAIGN (TSC)
7
NATIONAL SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (NSAP)
8
INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (IAY)
9
PROVISION OF URBAN AMENITIES IN RURAL AREAS (PURA)
PANCHAYAT RAJ PROGRAMMES
10
BACKWARD REGION GRANT FUND (BRGF)
11
RURAL BUSINESS HUB (RBH)
12
PANCHAYAT MAHILA EVAM YUVA SHAKTI ABHIYAM (PMFYSA)
13
RASHTRIYA GRAM SWARAJ YOJANA (RGSY)
14
FINANCE COMMISSION
15
PANCHAYT EMPOWERMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY INCENTIVE SCHEME (PEAIS)
16
PANCHAYAT SANCHAR SEWA SCHEME (PSSS)
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
17 AGRICULTURE CENSUS
18 MARKETING RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NETWORK
19 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING (NIAM) , JAIPUR
20 STRENGTHENING OF AGNARK GRADING FACILITIES SCHEME
21 DEVELOPMENT /STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING
INFRASTRUCTURE,GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION
22 GRAMIN BHANDARAN YOJANA ( A CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY SCHEME FOR
CONSTRUCTION /RENOVATION OF RURAL GODOWNS
23 SMALL FARMERS’ AGRICULTURE – BUSINESS CONSORTIUM – AGRICULTURE –
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
24 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING
25 ASSISTANCE TO NCDC PROGRAMMES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
26 INVESTMENT IN DEBENTURES OF STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT BANKS/STATE
COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS (SCARDB)
27 NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE SCHEME(NAIS)
28 PILOT WEATHER BASED CROP INSURANCE SCHEME (WBCIS)
29 PILOT COCONUT PALM INSURANCE SCHEME (CPIS)
30 TECHNOLOGY MISSION ON COTTON
31 JUTE TECHNOLOGY MISSION
32 NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION (NFSM)
33 STUDIES ON INPUTS FOR AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT
34 FORECASTING AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT USING SPACE AGRO-METEROLOGICAL AND
LAND BASED OBSERVATIONS (FASAL)
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
35 IMPROVEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS
36 EXTENSION SUPPORT TO CENTRAL INSTITUTES / DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
37 ESTABLISHMENT OF AGRI-CLINICS AND AGRI-BUSINESS CENTRES
38 MASS MEDIA SUPPORT TO AGRICULTURE EXTENSION
39 SUPPORT TO STATE EXTENSION PROGRAMME FOR EXTENSION REFORMS
40 NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION
41 MICRO IRRIGATION
42 NATIONAL HORTICULTURE BOARD
43 COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD INCLUDING TECHNOLOGY MISSION ON COCONUT
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
44
NATIONAL BAMBOO MISSION
45
STRENGTHENING /PROMOTING AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
46
NATIONAL PROJECT ON MANAGEMENT OF SOIL HEALTH AND FERTILITY
47
NATIONAL PROJECT ON ORGANIC FARMING(NPOF)
48
MACRO MANAGEMENT OF AGRICULTURE SCHEME
48.1 INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN RICE BASED CROPPING
SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP-RICE)
48.2 INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN WHEAT BASED CROPPING
SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP)
48.3 INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN COARSE CEREALS BASED
CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP-COARSE CEREALS)
48.4 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR PULSES AND OIL SEEDS
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
48.5
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF SUGARCANE BASED CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS
(SUBACS)
48.6
BALANCED AND INTEGRATED USE OF FERTILIZER AND PESTICIDES
48.7
PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION AMONG FARMERS
48.8
NATIONAL WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR RAINFED AREAS
(NWDPRA)
48.9
SOIL CONSERVATION IN CATCHMENTS OF RIVER VALLEY PROJECTS AND FLOOD
PRONE RIVERS (RVP & FPR)
48.10
RECLAMATION & DEVELOPMENT OF ALKALI AND ACIDIC SOILS
49
PROMOTION & STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION THROUGH
TRAINING ,TESTING AND DEMONSTARTION
50
POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
51
SOIL SURVEY AND LAND USE SURVEY F INDIA
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
52
STRENGTHENING & MODERNISATION OF PEST MANAGEMENT APPROACH IN INDIA
53
STRENGTHENING AND MODERNISATION OF PLANT QUARNTINE FACILITIES
54
MONITORING OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES
55
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PLANT HEALTH MANAGEMENT (NPHM)
56
NATIONAL RAINFED AREA AUTHORITY (NRAA)
57
DEVELOPMENT AND STRENGTHENING OF INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES FOR
PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF QUALITY SEEDS
58
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROTECTION OF PLANT VARIETIES AND FARMERS’ RIGHT ACT
59
CAPACITY BUILDING TO ENHANCE COMPETITVENESS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE AND
REGISTRATION OF ORGANIC PRODUCTS ABROAD
60
INTEGRATED SCHEME OF OILSEEDS.PULSES ,OILPALM AND MAIZE (ISOPOM)
AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES
61
INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF TREE BORNE OILSEEDS
62
RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA (RKVY)
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAMMES
63
INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL RUMINANTS AND RABBITS (IDSRR)
64
POULTRY VENTURE CAPITAL FUND (PVCF)
65
SALVAGING AND REARING OF MALE BUFFALO CALVES
66
FODDER AND FEED DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
67
STRENGTHENING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR QUALITY & CLEAN MILK PRODUCTION
68
PIG DEVELOPMENT
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAMMES
69
ESTABLISHMENT /MODERNIZATION OF RURAL SLAUGHTERHOUSES
70
UTILIZATION OF FALLEN ANIMALS
71
RURAL BACKYARD POULTRY DEVELOPMENT (RBPD)
72
NATIONAL PROJECT FOR CATTLE AND BUFFALO SCHEME (NPCBB)
MEDICAL AND HEALTH
73
NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME
74
NATIONAL FILARIA CONTROL PROGRAMME
75
NATIONAL LEPROSY ERADICATION PROGRAMME
76
NATIONAL TB CONTROL PROGRAMME
77
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR CONTROL OF BLINDNESS
78
NATIONAL IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDERS CONTROL PROGRAMME
MEDICAL AND HEALTH
79
NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME ( NVBDCP)
80
NATIONAL FILARIA CONTROL PROGRAMME (NFCP)
81
NATIONAL LEPROSY ERADICATION PROGRAMME (NLEP)
82
NATIONAL TB CONTROL PROGRAMME(NTCP)
83
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR CONTROL OF BLINDNESS (NPCB)
84
NATIONAL IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDERS CONTROL PROGRAMME (NIDDCP)
85
NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMME ( NMHP)
86
NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL PROGRAMME (NACP)
87
NATIONAL CANCER CONTROL PROGRAMME (NCCP)
88
UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME (UIP)
MEDICAL AND HEALTH PROGRAMMES
89 NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DEAFNESS
90 JANANI SURAKSHA YOJANA (JSY)
91 PILOT PROGRAMME ON PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DIABETES, CVD AND STROKE
92 NATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAMME (NTCP)
93 NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH MISSION (NRHM)
94 SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME(SHP)
95 ROGI KALYAN SAMITI (RKS)
96 AYURVEDA ,YOGA & NATUROPATHY,UNANI,SIDHA AND HOMOEOPATHY (AYUSH)
WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
97
RAJIV GANDHI SCHEME FOR EMPOWERMENT OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS (RGSEAG) –
SABLA
98
INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (ICDS)
99
GENDER BUDGETING SCHEME
100 INTEGRATED SCHEME FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT (I WEP) - SWAYAMSIDHA
101 SWADHAR – A SCHEME FOR WOMEN IN DIFFICULT CIRUMSTANCES
WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
102
SUPPORT TO TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN (STEP)
103
SCHEME OF SHORT STAY HOMES FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS
104
INTEGRATED CHILD PROTECTION SCHEME (ICPS)
105
BALIKA SAMRIDDHI YOJANA (BSY)
106
KISHORI SHAKTI YOJANA (KSY)
107
NUTRITIONAL PROGRAMME FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS (NPAG)
108
FOOD AND NUTRITION SCHEME
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
109
THE SCHEMES FOR PROVIDING QUALITY EDUCATION IN MADRASSAS (SPQEM)
110
NATIONAL SCHEME OF INCENTIVE TO GIRLS FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
111
EDUCATION GUARANTEE SCHEME (EGS)/ALTERNATIVE & INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
(AIE)
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
112
THE SCHEMES FOR PROVIDING QUALITY EDUCATION IN MADRASSAS (SPQEM)
113
NATIONAL SCHEME OF INCENTIVE TO GIRLS FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
114
EDUCATION GUARANTEE SCHEME (EGS)/ALTERNATIVE & INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
(AIE)
115
EDUCATION FOR WOMENS’ EQUALITY
116
KASTURBA GANDHI BALIKA VIDYALAYA( KGBV)
117
MID-DAY MEAL (MDM)
118
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EDUCATION OF GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL
(NPEGEL)
119
NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR TEACHERS’ WELFARE
120
ADULT EDUCATIOON
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
121
CENTRALLY SPONSORED NATIONAL MEANS –CUM-MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
122
CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME “INCENTIVES TO GIRLS FOR SECONDARY
EDUCATION”
123
CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO APPOINTMENT OF
LANGUAGE TEACHERS
124
RASHTRIYA MADHYAMIK SHIKSHA ABHIYAN (RMSA)
125
GIRLS HOSTEL
126
MODEL SCHOOL
127
[email protected]
128
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR DISABLED AT SECONDARY STATE
129
VOCATIONALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATIOON
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
130
ADOLESCENCE EDUCATION
131
SAAKSHAR BHARAT
132
JAN SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN
133
JAN SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN
134
SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN(SSA)
135
MAHILA SAMAKHYA SCHEME
136
SUB-MISSION ON POLYTECHNICS UNDER THE CONSOLIDATED ACTION FOR SKILL
DEVELOPMENT
137
SCHEME OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING
138
SUPPORT FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION & WEB BASED LEARNING (NPTEL)
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
139
INDIAN NATIONAL DIGITAL LIBRARY IN ENGINEERING, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
(INDEST-AICTE) CONSORTIUM
140
NATIONAL PROGRAMME OF EARTH QUAKE ENGINEERING EDUCATION (NPEE)
141
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT MISSION
142
DIRECT ADMISSION OF STUDENTS ABROAD (DASA)
143
SCHEME FOR UPGRADING EXISTING POLYTECHNICS TO INTEGRATE THE PHYSICALLY
DISABLED IN THE MAINSTREAM OF TECHNICAL & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS PROGRAMMES
144
YOUTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
145
MEETING OF YOUTH LEADERS
146
CAPACITY BUILDING OF YOUTH FOR SOCIAL SECTOR PROGRAMMES/ACTIVITIES
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS PROGRAMMES
147
YOUTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
148
MEETING OF YOUTH LEADERS
149
CAPACITY BUILDING OF YOUTH FOR SOCIAL SECTOR PROGRAMMES/ACTIVITIES
150
SKILL UP-GRADATION TRAINING PROGRAMME (SUTP) FOR WOMEN IN 100
BORDER/TRIBAL/BACKWARD DISTRICTS
151
INCENTIVES TO YOUTH CLUBS
152
MEETING OF DISTRICT/STATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON YOUTH PROGRAMMES
(DACYP/SACYP)
153
PROVISION OF SPORTS MATERIAL FOR YOUTH CLUBS
154
BLOCK AND DISTRICT LEVEL SPORTS TOURNAMENTS AND SPORTS MATERIAL
PACKAGE
155
DISTRICT FOLK CULTURAL FESTIVAL
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS PROGRAMMES
156
CELEBRATION OF IMPORTANT NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DAYS
157
CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL YOUTH DAY AND WEEK
158
WORK CAMP (SHRAM DAAN)
159
DISTRICT YOUTH CONVENTION
160
DOCUMENTATION AT DISTRICT AND STATE LEVEL
161
DISTRICT/STATE YOUTH AWARDS (INDIVIDUAL)
162
GRANT-IN-AID TO YOUTH CLUBS
163
EXHIBITION FOR YOUTH ON HANDICRAFTS (YUVA KRITI) AND STATE CULTURAL
FESTIVAL
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS PROGRAMMES
164
REVIEW CUM PLANNING MEETING
165
NATIONAL CONVENTION ON NSVS/NYSS
166
NATIONAL RIVER CONSERVATION PLAN
167
TRADITIONAL EMPLOYABILITY SKILL CERTIFICATION PROJECT
168
VOTER AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
169
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR YOUTH ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT (NPYAD)
170
ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
171
NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMPS
172
ADVENTURE CAMPS
DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS PROGRAMMES
173
YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
174
RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
175
NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
176
RAJIV GANDHI ADVENTURE SCHEME
177
NATIONAL YOUTH CORPS
DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS PROGRAMMES
178
SCHEME RELATING TO AWARDS
179
SCHEME RELATING TO TALENT SEARCH AND TRAINING
DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS PROGRAMMES
180
SCHEME RELATING TO AWARDS
181
SCHEME RELATING TO TALENT SEARCH AND TRAINING
182
NATIONAL WELFARE FUND FOR SPORTS PERSONS
183
SCHEME FOR DOPE TEST
184
NATIONAL SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP FOR WOMEN
185
SCHEME OF STATE SPORTS ACADEMY
186
PYKKA SCHEME
187
SCHEME OF SPORTS AND GAMES FOR THE DISABLED
188
SCHEME FOR THE RASHTRIYA KHEL PROTSAHAN PURUSKAR
DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS PROGRAMMES
189
SCHEME FOR DRONACHARY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING COACHES IN SPORTS AND
GAMES
190
SCHEME FOR THE ARJUNA AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS
AND GAMES
191
SCHEME FOR THE DHYAN CHAND AWARD FOR LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORTS
AND GAMES
192
SCHEME FOR THE RAJIV GANDHI KHEL RATNA AWARD
193
PENSION TO MERITORIOUS SPORTS PERSONS
194
SCHEME OF SPECIAL AWARDS TO MEDAL WINNERS IN INTERNATIONAL SPORTS
ENVIRONMENT AND FOREST DEPARTMENT
PROGRAMMES
195
NATIONAL AFFORESTATION PROGRAMME (NAP)
196
ECO DEVELOPMENT FORCES (EDF) SCHEMES
197
INDIRA PRIYADARSHINI VRIKSHA MITRA (IPVM) AWARDS
198
GRANT-IN-AID FOR GREENING INDIA SCHEME
199
AFFORESTATION /TREE PLANTING UNDER TWENTY POINT PROGRAMME
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
200
SCHEME OF GRANT-IN-AID TO VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS WORKING FOR
SCHEDULED CASTES
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
201
PRADHAN MANTRI ADARSH GRAM YOJANA
202
BABU JAGJIVAN RAM CHHATRAWAS YOJANA
203
POST-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS
204
PRE-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE CHILDREN OF THOSE ENGAGED IN UNCLEAN
OCCUPATIONS
205
SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME OF TOP CLASS EDUCATION FOR SCHEDULED CASTE
STUDENTS
206
SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME FOR REHABILITATION OF MANUAL SCAVENGERS
207
SPECIAL CENTRAL ASSISTANCE TO SCHEDULED CASTES SUB PLAN
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
208
RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL FELLOWSHIP FOR PROVIDING SCHOLARSHIPS TO
SCHEDULED CASTE STUDENTS TO PURSUE PROGRAMMES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
SUCH AS M.PHIL AND PH.D
209
NATIONAL OVERSEAS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SCHEDULED CASTES CANDIDATES
210
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR SCHEDULED CASTES
GIRLS BELONGING TO LOW LITERACY LEVELS
211
UPGRADATION OF MERIT OF SC STUDENTS
212
SCHEME OF FREE COACHING FOR SC AND OBC STUDENTS
213
NATIONAL SCHEDULED CASTES FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
(NSFDC)
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
214
NATIONAL SAFAIKARAMCHARIS FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
(NSKFDC)
215
ASSISTANCE TO SCHEDULED CASTES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SCDCS)
216
PRE-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR OBC STUDENTS
217
POST-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR OBC STUDENTS
218
ASSISTANCE TO VOLUNTARY ORGANISATION FOR WELFARE OF OBCS
219
NATIONAL BACKWARD CLASSES FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
(NBCFDC)
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
220
ASSISTANCE TO DISABLED PERSONS FOR PURCHASE /FITTING OF AIDS AND
APPLIANCES (ADIP) SCHEMES
221
DEENDAYAL DISABLED REHABILITAION SCHEME TO PROMOTE VOLUNTARY ACTION
FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (DDRS) SCHEME
222
SCHEME OF NATIONAL AWARDS FOR EMPOWERMENT OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES
223
SCHEME OF NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
224
SCHEME FOR PROVIDING EMPLOYMENT TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN THE
PRIVATE SECTOR
225
AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMME FOR OLDER PERSONS
226
AAM AADMI BIMA YOJANA (AABY)
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
PROGRAMMES
227
SCHEME OF ASSISTANCE TO PANCHAYAT RAJ INSTITUTIONS /VOLUNTARY
ORGANIZATIONS/SELF HELP GROUPS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF OLD AGE
HOMES/MULTI SERVICE CENTRES FOR OLDER PERSONS
228
TRUST FUND FOR EMPOWERMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
DEPARTMENT OF POWER
229
RAJEEV GANDHI GRAMEEN VIDYUTIKARAN YOJANA (RGGVY)
WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
230
ACCELERATED IRRIGATION BENEFIT PROGRAMME (AIBP)
231
GANGA WING PROGRAMMES
231.1
FLOOD MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
231.2
FLOOD FORECASTING
232
RAINWATER HARVESTING
WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
233
COMMAND AREA DEVELOPMENT & WATER MANAGEMENT (CADWM)
PROGRAMME
234
REPAIR,RENOVATION AND RESTORATION OF WATER BODIES (RRR)
235
FARMERS PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH PROGRAMME (FPARP)
236
ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE TO GROUND WATER THROUGHJ DUG WELL
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
237
RASHTRIYA SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA (RSBY)
MINISTRY OF MICRO,SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
238
PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
239
RAJIV GANDHI UDYAMI MITRA YOJANA (RGUMY)
240
SCHEME OF FUND FOR REGENERATION OF TRADITIONAL INDUSTRIES (SFURTI)
241
MARKETING ASSISTANCE SCHEME THROUGH ITS NATIONAL SMALL INDUSTRIES
CORPORATION (NSIC)
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY,MINISTRY OF
COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
242
NATIONAL E-GOVERNANCE PLAN (NEGP)
243
COMMON SERVICE CENTRES PROGRAMME (CSCP)
244
KISAN CREDIT CARD (KCC)
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC
DISTRIBUTION
245
PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM(PDS)
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC
DISTRIBUTION
246
PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM(PDS)
247
ANTYODAYA ANNA YOJANA (AAY)
NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
(NABARD)
248
RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FUND(RIDF)
MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY
249
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU NATIONAL SOLAR MISSSION (JNNSM)
250
NATIONAL PROJECT FOR BIOGAS DEVELOPMENT (NPBD)
251
REMOTE VILLAGE ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAMME (RVEP)
252
INDIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (IREDA)
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
253
VILLAGE PUBLIC TELEPHONE
254
UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION FUND
CHEEDED GRAM PANCHAYAT
CASE STUDY -I
Name : Devarakonda . Laxmamma
Caste :BC
Marital Status : Widow
House No: 1-88/1
Village :Cheeded
Mandal :Manchal
District:Ranga Reddy
State : Andhra Pradesh
Children : 2 Sons and 1 daughter
Age : 50/42/39/37 years
VOTER INDENTITY CARD :
50 YEARS
RATION CARD :
42 YEARS
MGNREGA JOB CARD :
39 YEARS
MGNREGA SMARTCARD :
37 YEARS
Co-contributory pension scheme
for the SHG women to give them
a monthly pension from the age
of 60 years onwards …………………
What should be
considered for her
age determination?
60 = 50 + 10
60 = 42 + 18
60 = 39 + 21
60 = 37 + 23 for
payment of annual
premium for how
many years until the
age of 60 years?
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMIC POSITION
ON THEIR OWN
D.LAXMAMMA
Rs 9000/- as per Ration Card
issued by the Tahsildar
IN 2006
Agricultural labour for 120
days : Rs 6000
IN 2010
HER TWO SONS
(22 and 19
years)
Barber work for 200 days :
Rs 20000
IN 2010
GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES
INDIRA
KRANTHI
PATHAM
(IKP)
WIDOW
PENSION
IAY
D.LAXMAMMA
PUBLIC
DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM
RAJIV GANDHI
GRAMEEN
VIDYUTIKARAN
YOJANA(RGVY)
MGNREGS
AAM ADMI
BHIMA YOJANA
NRDWP
METHODOLGY
1. Mapping all the schemes of all departments
both State and Central ,NABARD,NGOs and
Externally aided projects under
implementation ,funding and target groups
2. Mapping allocation of funds to the
distict,mandal and gram panchayat
3. Mapping all the functionaries of all schemes
at district,mandal and gram panchayat levels
4.Development of updated data base of gram
panchayat-wise for the current status of
implementation of all the schemes
5.Mapping out the gaps in reaching target groups
of all the schemes in each gram panchayat
6.Mapping of Infrastructural needs of mandal and
gram panchayats
7.Immersion of gram panchayats in the selected
mandals with all the programmes .
8.Mapping of possible productive enterprise
initiatives based on rural agrarian economy
1.
ORIENTATION AND TRAINING
PROGRAMMES
TNA for Gram Panchayat
and Mandal level functionaries
of all development programmes and Elected
representatives of Gram panchayat and Mandal level
2. Information –Education-Communication Campaign
through
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Advertisements
Exhibitions
Display of hoardings
Kiosks
Bus panels
 Wall paintings
 Cinema slides
 Booklets
 Folders
 Posters
 Leaflets
 Calendars
 Diaries
 Short films
 CBTs
1.SHORT FILM DEVELOPED ON E-FMS
2.CBTs ON WORKS UNDER MGNREGA

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