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Indira Awas Yojana

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IAY Selected Beneficiaries for the year 2008-09

SELF HELP GROUP SUCHI


SWARANJAYANTI GRAM SWAROGZAR YOJNA (SGSY)    photo

            The scheme has been launched from April 1999. This programme covering all aspects of self employment such as organization of the poor into Self Help Groups ( SHGs), Training, credit, technology, infrastructure and marketing. SGSY  will be funded by the Center and States in the ratio of 75:25.

            The objectives of SGSY is to bring assisted poor families (Swarozgaris) above the poverty line by ensuring appreciable increase in incomes over a period of time. Self Help Groups through a process of capacity building and provision of income generating assets through a mix of bank credit and government subsidy.

            SGSY used to bring people above the poverty line. SGSY adopt a project approach for each key activity. Group activity will be given preference and progressively majority of the funding for Self Help Groups.   

Salient features of Swaranjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana   

Ø      SGSY aims at establishing a large number of micro-enterprises in the rural areas, building upon the potentials of the rural poor. It is rooted in the belief that rural poor in India have competencies and, given the right support can be successful producers of valuable goods services.

Ø      The assisted families (henceforth known as Swarozgaris) may be individuals or groups (Self Help Groups). Emphasis will be on the group approach.

Ø      The objective under SGSY is to bring assisted family above the poverty line.

Ø      SGSY is conceived as a holistic programme of micro-enterprises covering all aspects of self- employment viz., organization of the rural poor in to Self- Help Groups and their capacity building, planning of activity clusters, infrastructure build up, technology, credit and marketing.

Ø      SGSY will adopt a project approach for each key activity. Project reports will be prepared in respect of identified key activities. The banks and other financial institutions will be closely associated and involved in preparing these project reports, so as to avoid delays in sanctioning of loans and ensure adequacy of financing.

Ø      SGSY will also focus on Group approach. This would involve organization of the poor into Self-Help Groups (SHGs) through the process of social mobilization and their training and capacity building. Efforts would be made to involve women members in each SHG. Besides, exclusive women groups will continue to be performed. At the level of Bock, at least half of the groups will be exclusively women groups. Group activity will be even preference and progressively, majority of funding will be for Self Help Groups.

Ø      The Gram Sabha will authenticate the list of families below the poverty line identified in the BPL census. Identification of individual families suitable for each key activity will be made through a participatory process.

Ø      Subsidy under SGSY will be uniform at 30% of the project cost, subject to maximum of 7500. In respect of SC/ST and Disabled however, these will be 50% and Rs. 10,000 respectively. For Groups of Swarozgaris (SHGs) the subsidy would be at 50% of the cost of the scheme, or per capita subsidy of Rs. 10,000 or Rs 1.25 lack, whichever is less. There will be no monetary limit on subsidy for irrigation projects.

Ø      SGSY will particularly focus ob the vulnerable groups among the rural poor. Accordingly, the SC/ ST will accounts for at least 50% of the Swarozgaris. Women for 40% and disable for 30%.

Ø      The DRDAs through the Panchayat Samithis will implement SSGY. The process of planning, implementation and monitoring would integrate the banks and other financial institutions, the PRIs, NGOs as well as technical institutions in the district in district. DRDAs will be suitable revamped and strengthened.

Ø      Funds under the SGSY will be shared by the Central and State Government in the ratio 75:25.   

THE STATEMENT SHOWING GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT POPULATION CENSUS IN BEED DISTRICT   

Sr. No.

Title Head

Population Census

Related Percentage

1.

Total Census as per year 2001

2161250

 

2.

Rural population

1774180

82.09

3.

Urban population

387070

17.90

4.

Schedule Caste (Rural)

233864

10.82

5.

Schedule Tribe (Rural)

19082

0.88

  The statement showing the Below Poverty Line (BPL) Census as per Ninth Fifth Year Plan for the year 1997 – 2002.   

Sr. No.

Title Head

Family Census

Proportion

 

1.

Total families

368707

 

 

2.

BPL families

95282

25.84

 

3

BPL under Women Family

7728

2.09

8.11

 

Social Classification

 

1.

SC

27276

7.40

28.63

2.

ST

1914

0.52

2.00

3.

NT

21049

5.71

22.09

4.

OTHER

44943

12.19

47.17

 

Farm Labour

43006

19.66

45.13

 

Land Less labour

20625

5.59

21.65

 

Gram Artesian

18.11

0.49

1.90

 

Gram Artesian

565

0.15

0.59

 

Other

3344

0.90

3.51

 

Farmer

18400

4.99

19.31

 

Farmer

17638

4.78

14.51

 

Landless farmer

59244

1606

62.17

Information regarding work, allocation and item of the year 2004-05.   

Sr. No.

Details of fund

Rs. in Lack

1

Central Fund

197.22

2

State fund

65.74

TOTAL

 

262.96

 

Receipt of Funds

262.54

1

Central fund

98.61

2

State Fund

32.87

3

Others (Interest)

17.84

4

Opening Balance

113.22

TOTAL

 

262.54

            LOAN DISBURSMENT FOR SHG AND RELATED ACTIVITIES.   

Sr. No.

Particulars

SHG Nos,

1.

Total formation of SHG

2456

2.

Loan and Subsidy Disbursement to related activities, SHG Nos,

166

  SUBSIDY AND LOAN DISTRIBUTION TO SHGs   IN RELATED YEARS   

Sr. Nos

Year

No. Of SHGs

Subsidy Distribution

Loan Disbursement

Individual

Subsidy distribution to Individuals

Loan Disbursement to Individuals

1.

1999-2000

6

7.50

7.50

2396

153.86

321.69

2.

2000-2001

6

7.40

7.60

2165

153.66

299.66

3.

2001-2002

9

9.82

12.06

22.97

159.81

342.00

4.

2002-2003

4

4.50

8.15

1884

145.86

296.18

5.

2003-2004

36

36.68

43.14

607

51.07

94.87

6.

2004-2005

105

101.84

131.67

114

13.24

21.70

 

TOTAL

166

167.74

210.12

9463

677.50

1376.10

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  SGSY  SHG  TULJABHAWANI , Sawantwadi ( Neknoor)

SGSY  SHG TULJABHAWANI,  Amalner 

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            This scheme has been launched w.e.f. 25th September 2001 to provide a greater thrust to additional wage employment, infrastructure development and food security in the rural areas. This scheme is mixing of two schemes namely Employment Assurance Scheme & Jawahar Gram Samrudhi Yojana.

 Primary objective of this scheme (SGRY) is to provide additional and supplementary wage employment and there by provide food security and improve nutritional levels in all rural areas. Secondly is the creation of durable community, social and economic assets and infra-structural development in rural areas. The scheme is implemented as a centrally sponsored schemes on cost sharing basis between the Center and the States in the ratio of 75, 25. Food grains will be provided to the States/ Uts free of cost.

The funds and food grains under the SGRY will be available for all the three tiers of Panchayati Raj institutions (PRIs).  i.e. District Panchyats, intermediate Panchyats and Village Panchayats. The ratio of this three will be distributed as 50, 30 , 20.

22.50% of the annual allocation (inclusive of food grains ) allocated both at the level of District and intermediate Panchayatas shall be earmarked for individual/ groups beneficiary schemes of SC/ST families living Below the Poverty Line (BPL).

Minimum 50% of the Village Panchayat allocation (inclusive of food grains) shall be earmarked for the creation of need based village infrastructure in SC/ST habitations/ wards.

30% of employment opportunities will be created for women under the programme.

Distribution of food grains as part of wages under the SGRY is based on the principle of protecting the real wages of the workers besides improving the nutritional standards of the families of the rural poor. Distribution of food grains to the workers, most preferably, at the work site. DPs/ DRDAs will make necessary arrangements  for distribution of food grains among the concerned agencies. Under intimation to Food Corporation of India (FCI) and the Department of Food & Public Distribution, Government of India.

The wages under SGRY shall be paid partly in food grains and partly in cash. The wages to be paid under SGRY both for skilled and unskilled labour shall not be less than the minimum Wages fixed by the States Authorities.

Up to Rupees One Lack can be utilized by the District Panchayats from their annual share of funds for training/ capacity building of officials/ non-officials of the PRIs involved in the implementation of the SGRY.

Drawl of funds by the District Panchayats/ DRDAs from the SGRY accounts shall only be made either for distributions of funds among the intermediate Panchayats and the Village Panchayats  or for utilization under their share of funds.

            SGRY programme will be implemented only by concerned department. Contractors are not permitted to be engaged for execution of any of the works under the programme. No middle man or any other intermediate agency should be employed for executing works under the programme. The full benefit of wages to be paid should reach the workers and the cost of the works should not involve any commission chares payable to such contractors, or intermediate agency. The implementing Agencies are also not allowed to engage labour Displacing Machines.

In formulating the annual action plan and while taking of the works, District Panchayats/ DRDAs and intermediate Panchayatas shall give priority to the works of soil and moisture conservation, minor irrigation, rejuvenation of drinking water sources, augmentation of ground water, traditional water harvesting structures, desiltation of village tanks/ ponds etc. Other priority works may be construction of rural link roads, farm roads linking agricultural fields, drainage works and a forestations. Other than these there should essentially take up works that result in creation of durable socio-economic assets such as schools, kitchen shades for schools, dispensaries, community centers, Panchayat Ghar, developments of hats (Markets) etc.

For effective implementation of the Programme, the officers at the State, District, Sub-Divisional and Block levels closely monitor all aspects of the Programme through visits to work sites in the interior areas. The schedules so drawn shall ensure that SGRY works in at least 10% Panchayatas are inspected by District – level officers and in 2% Panchayatas by the State-level Officers.   

Both physical and financial audit of the works under the scheme are compulsory. This must be carried out at the end of the financial year by each district. It should be done by either Local Fund Auditors or by the Chartered Accountants listed in the panel of the State Government or AGs of the States.

PHYSICAL AND FIANANCIAL ACHIVMENT

UNDER SGRY IN THE YEAR 2004-05.  

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(SGRY - II) DRINKING WATER TANK  FOR ANIMALS   At village pimpalner Tal Shirur

    
 
SGRY - II  CEMENT  CONCRETE  DRAIN at Ghatnandur, Tal- Ambajogai.    


INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (I.A.Y.)   

            This scheme was transferred to the State Sector with effect from 1.04.1974 on the recommendation of the National Development Council (NDC).

            It is a flagship scheme of the Ministry of Rural Development to provide houses to the poor in the rural areas. The objective of the Indira Awas Yojana is to help construction/up gradation of members of Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes, freed bonded labourers and other below the poverty line non SC/ST rural house holds by providing them a lump sum financial assistance.

            This is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme funded between the Government of India and the State Governments in the ratio of 75:25. It is also bonded with non SC/ST BPL house holds, widows and next of–kin to defenses personnel/ paramilitary forces killed in action residing in rural areas, ex-serviceman and retired member of paramilitary forces fulfilling the other conditions.

            At least 60% of the total IAY allocation during a financial year should be utilized for construction /up gradation of dwelling units for  SC/ST BPL households. A maximum 40% for non SC/ST BPL rural households. 3% of the above categories for physically and mentally challenged persons. The programme will be implemented through the Zilla Parishads/DRDAs and houses will be constructed by the beneficiaries themselves.

            Zilla Parishad/ District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs) on the basis of allocations made and targets fixed shall decide the number of houses to be constructed/ upgraded Panchayat wise under IAY during a particular financial year. The same shall be intimated to the Gram Panchayat concerned. There after, the Gram Sabha will select the beneficiaries from the list of eligible BPL households, selection by the Gram Sabha is final. No approval by a higher body is required. Zilla Parishads/ DRDAs and Block Development Officers should however, be sent a list of beneficiaries for their information.

            The beneficiaries should be involved in the construction of the house. They should make their own arrangement for procurement of construction material, engage skilled workmen and also contribute family labour. Allotment of dwelling units should be in the name of female member of the beneficiary household. Alternatively, it can be allotted in the name of both husband and wife.  

 

 

Plain Areas

Hilly/ Difficult Araes

(a)

Construction of house including Sanitary latrine and smokeless Chulha

Rs. 25,000/-

Rs. 27,500/-

(b)

Upgradation of un-serviceable households

Rs. 12,500/-

Rs. 12,500/-

                   In case, the beneficiary is unable to construct sanitary latrine, due to some reasons, an amount of Rs. 600/- would be deducted from the assistance to be provided for construction of the new IAY house or for up gradation of an unserviceable Kutcha house. Similarly, where smokeless Chulha is not possible, deduction will be Rs. 100/-.

Up to 20% of the total funds can be utilized for up gradation of existing Kutcha Houses and towards subsidy for construction of houses with credit from Banks/ Financial Institutions.

IAY dwelling units should normally be built on individual plots in the main habitations of the village. It can also be built in a cluster within a habitation, so as to facilitate the development of infrastructure, such as, internal roads, drainage, drinking water supply etc. and other common facilities. Houses under the IAY are located close to the village and not far away, so as to ensure safety and security, nearness to work place and social communication.    

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INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (I.A.Y.)   at Pimpalner Tal- Shirur ( New Construction)


 
INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (I.A.Y.)   at Ghatnandur Tal- Ambajogai, ( new construction)


DPAP/ WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME / HARIYALI   

Based on the recommendation of the Technical Committee on DPAP and DDP 1994 in recognition of the need for communities in watershed development in the year 1995. Those guidelines, for the first time, put in place an institutionalized mechanism mandated to strive for the active involvement, from the very beginning of the user communities under the Drought Prone Area Programmes (DPAP), Desert Development programme (DDP), Integrated Watershed Development Programme (IWDP) etc.

            These programmes have been in operation for a period of over six years. The field functionaries need to be freed from the rigidity and encouraged to facilitate innovation so that the twin sets of objectives, namely increased production and enhanced productivity as well as alleviation of poverty and removal of backwardness can be achieved more effectively.             

Some of the salient features of the programme are follows.

1.   A programme specific and focused project approach with a destination, road map and mile stone.

2.   A probation period of new projects.

3.   Convergence of other programmes of the Ministry of Rural Development and other Departments into the Watershed areas.

4.   Greater role space for women and the rural poor, especially those belonging to SCs/STs.

5.   Effectives of sensing data in selection of water-shed , formulation of action plans etc.

6.   Value-added backup by local institutions in a new partnership regime.

7.   A twin-track approach for ensuring short-term quick returns, along with long-term and sustainable productivity enhancement for effective poverty alleviation.

8.   Establishing credit linkage with financial institutions.

9.   An exit Protocol for the Project implementation  Agencies.   

"O God! No one should be hungry, diseased, naked and poor. We should not see anybody illiterate. Anyhow India may prosper".   

Objectives :-      

            The objectives of Watershed Development Projects will be as follows

1.      Developing Wastelands/ degraded lands, Drought-Prone and Desert areas on Watershed basis, keeping in view the capability of land, site-conditions and local needs.

2.      Promoting the overall economic development and improving the socio-economic condition of the resource poor and disadvantaged sections inhabiting the programme areas.

3.      Mitigating the adverse effects of extreme climatic conditions such as Drought and Desertification on Crops, human and livestock population for their overall improvement.

4.      Restoring ecological balance by harnessing, conserving and developing natural resources i.e. Land, Water, Vegetative cover.

5.      Encouraging village community for:

(a)               Sustained community action for the operation and maintenance of assets created  and further development of the potential of the natural resources in the watershed.

(b)               Simple, easy and affordable technological solutions and institutional arrangements that make use of, and build upon, local technical knowledge and available materials.

6.      Employment generation, Poverty alleviation, Community empowerment and development of human and other economic resources of the village.

      These programmes will be implemented, mainly through the Zilla Parishads (ZPs)/ District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs). Wherever possible project can be implemented  through any Department of the State Government or Autonomous Agencies of the Central Government or State Governments with the approval of the Department of Land Resources, Government Of India.

The State Government expected to prepare a long-term perspective plan for treatment of Wastelands/ Degraded lands, Drought Prone and desert areas. This Plan should keep in view the availability of funds under IWDP, DPAP, DDP and other such programmes. State Remote Sensing Application Centers have developed Watershed- wise Atlas showing code numbers. Watershed area may be about 500 ha. Actual survey, a Watershed is found to have slightly less or more area, the total area may be taken up for development as a project.

      The Divisional Forest Officer concerned should give technical sanctioned of the treatment plans. The programme should be implemented   by Village Forest Committees existing in that areas. If it is not possible programme should be taken up by the Forest Department in such watersheds.

      The Chief Executive Officer of the Zilla Parishad will be a member of the DWDC. The PRIs shall have the right to monitor and review the implementation to the programme and provide guidance for improvements in the administrative arrangements and procedures. At the village level the Gram Panchayat shall be fully involved in the implementation of the programme, specially community organization and training programmes. It may use its administrative authority and financial resources to support and encourage the formation of SHGs/Ugs.  

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EARTHERN STRUCTURE UNDER DPAP   at Somanwadi, Tal- Ambajogai.

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While the ZP/ DRDA shall administer the Watershed Development Programmes under the supervision and guidance of the State Government and Government of India, the projects at the field level shall be implemented by the Watershed Committees under the overall supervision and guidance of Project Implementation Agencies (PIAs). They should assigned 10-12 watershed projects covering an area ranging from 5000-6000 hectares. They shall engage a four member Watershed Development Team (WDT). The PIA should be selected from amongst PRIs, failing which, it may be a Government Department or a reputed Non Government Organization/Body Corporate registered under any of the legislation such as the Societies Act, the Corporative Societies Act, Companies Act or any other special statute. An NGO is eligible for selection as PIA only if it has been active in the field of watershed development or any similar area developmental activities in rural areas for some years. The PIA shall carry out its duties through a multi-disciplinary team designated by the Watershed Development Team (WDT). Four members one each from the disciplines of Forestry/ Plant DPEP / FARM POND

science, Animal sciences, Civil/ Agricultural engineering and social sciences. At least one member of the WDT should be a woman. The appointment of WDT must be completed within a period of two months from the date of nomination of PIA, failing which the ZP/DRDA shall have the right to cancel the nomination of the PIA and attach the Villages to some other PIA.
 
Farm Pond, under DPAP, At Ghatnandur, Tal- Ambajogai.
IWDP / FARM POND at Somanwadi Tal- Ambajogai.(IWDP  - CEMENT BANDHARA)