Plan/Budget

 

Annual Plan 2009-10

 

            Development of Rural Sector is a key indicator to evaluate the performance of development as 75% of the population resides in the rural areas. After independence the successive Governments tried their best to reduce the poverty and provide employment in the rural areas through poverty alleviation programmes. Accordingly, the Thrust Areas for the 11th FYP are to create sustainable assets alongwith generation of employment and coverage of massive wasteland through soil and water conservation projects. There is also an urgent and imperative need to provide the basic infrastructure in the rural areas on the pattern of Model Villages which have been taken up under  PM’s Reconstruction Plan, in the normal plan activity during 11th FYP period.

As per scheme-wise ceiling conveyed by the Planning and Development Department vide communication No. PD/2009-10/Coord-101-01-A dated; 02-09-2009 and endorsed by Adm. Deptt. vide letter No.RD/PC/01/2009-10 dated; 03-09-2009. Annual Plan 2009-10 have been prepared as per the following details :-

S.No.

Scheme

Approved Outlay  2009-10 (Rs. in lacs)

1.

NREGS

880.00

2

IAY/RHS

468.65

3.

SGSY

263.36

4

DRDA-Adm.

350.00

5.

CD & Panchayat( Cap)

1000.00

 

Total:-

 =SUM(ABOVE) 2962.01

 

 

1  National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS):-

National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) has been launched in 02-02-2006 in erstwhile Doda and Poonch Districts under first phase, in second phase it was introduced in Jammu & Samba Districts and in third phase the scheme has been extended to all the remaining Districts of Jammu Division ,which guarantees 100 days of assured employment in a financial year to any rural household whose adult members are willing to do unskilled manual work. The scheme has been extended to all the Districts w.e.f 01-04-2008.The Physical/ Financial achievement  for year 2008-09  and approved outlay of annual plan 2009-10 are as under :-

Financial                                                                                                                                                                                                 (Rs. in lacs)

Scheme

Approved Outlay  for  2008-09

(State Share)

Expenditure 2008-09

Approved Outlay  2009-10

NREGA

800.00

729.12  

880.00

 

 

 

Physical                                                                                                                                                                                         ( In No.)

Targets   2008-09

(No of Works )

Achievement 2008-09

 Targets   2009-10

11561

6061

12717

 

 

 

Mandays                                                                                                                                                              (In lacs) 

Targets   2008-09

 

Achievement  2008-09

Targets   2009-10

132.22

62.294

145.44

 

 

 

 

2   INDIRA AWAS YOJANA(IAY) (Cost Sharing pattern – Centre/State 75:25)

 Objective:-

 

            The objective of Indira Awas Yojana (IAY) is primarily to help construction of dwelling units by & for members of scheduled castes/scheduled tribes, free bonded Labourers and also non-SC/ST rural poor below the poverty line by providing them with grant-in-aid. Consequent upon the modifications of the guidelines governing the scheme, Indira Awas Yojana (IAY) shall be implemented in two components as detailed below:-

 

1.                              Construction of new houses for the houseless categories at the rate of Rs. 35,000/- per unit in the Plain Areas and Rs.       38,500/-         per unit in hilly/difficult areas.

2.                              Conversion of un-service-able Kaccha houses to Semi-Pacca houses at the rate of Rs. 15000/-  per unit. Conversion will   necessarily include a provision of Sanitary Latrine and Smokeless Chullah. 20% of the available funds under IAY will be    utilized for the purpose of upgradation of Kachha houses

            The details of Financial expenditure and Physical achievements made during year 2008-09  and approved outlay  for 2009-10 are indicated as below:- 

                                  Financial                                                                                                                                       (Rs. in lacs)

Scheme

Approved Outlay  for  2008-09

(State Share)

Releases/Additionality 2008-09

 Expdt. 2008-09

 Outlay 2009-10

IAY/RHS

280.44

446.99

432.855

468.65

                                                                                                           

 

 

Physical                                        

   ( Unit:- No. of houses constructed/ Proposed to be  Constructed)

Item/Sector

Targets   2008-09

 

Achievement 2008-09

 Targets  2009-10

 
 

IAY

a) Constt of new houses (nos.)

3634

3634

3344

 

b) Up-gradation (nos.)

908

908

836

 

           

3   RURAL HOUSING SCHEME (R.H.S)

            This scheme is also governed by the guidelines of IAY .The scheme is 100% funded by the state Government. The detail of physical achievements for the year 2008-09 and targets for 2009-10 are indicated as below:-

Physical                                                     ( Unit:- No. of houses constructed

Item/Sector

Targets    2008-09

 

Achievement Ending 2008-09

Targets 2009-10

 
 

RHS

a) Constt of new houses (Nos)

217

217

239

 

 

4  SWARANJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA AND DRDA ADMINISTRATION (SGSY/DRDA. Adm.)

            The Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India had decided to streamline and restructure the Self Employment Programmes during 1999 and a new programme known as “ Swaranjyanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana” (SGSY) has been launched from 01-04-1999. This programme covers all the aspects of Self employment such as organization of the poor into Self Help Groups, Training, credit,  Technology, infrastructure and marketing.  The scheme is implemented on cost sharing basis between the Centre and State in the ratio of 75:25.

OBJECTIVES:-

            The objective of SGSY is to bring the assisted poor families (Swarozgaries) above the poverty line by providing them income-generating assets through a mix of bank credit and government subsidy.  It would mean ensuring that the family has a minimum monthly income of Rs.2000/-P.M.

DRDA-Administration:

            A separate head namely “DRDA-Administration” has been introduced w.e.f.  01-04-1999 to take care of Revenue component of DRDAs’ and also to meet the contingency/Administrative expenditure.  The scheme is funded by the Centre and State on cost sharing basis in the ratio of 75:25

 

Vide Govt. Order No. 322 RD of 2006 dated; 11-12-2006, the J&K Govt. has extended the All India Pattern of DRDA-Administration to the State of J&K and accordingly the posts for the purpose of Revenue Component are borne on the establishment of DRDAs’. The financial implications are projected accordingly in GN-0 of DRDA Administration for the year 2009-10.

 The detail of financial expenditure  for the year  2008-09 and approved outlay for 2009-10 are indicated as below:               Financial                                                                                                                                   (Rs. in lacs)

Scheme

Approved Outlay  2008-09

 

Expenditure     2008-09

 Outlay   2009-10

SGSY/DRDA-Adm

State Share

 

 

 

a) DRDA-Adm

( DPMS) REV.

472.50

203.301

350.00

b) SGSY( Cap)

 

189.42

178.965

208.36

 c) SGSY (Cap) SPl.

50.00

0.00

55.00

Total:-

711.92

382.266

613.36

SGSY/DRDA-Adm

Centre Share

 

 

 

a) DRDA-Adm

 

1417.80

262.873

1050.00

 b) SGSY( Cap)

 

616.49

389.538

790.08

c) SGSY  Spl.

0.00

0.00

495.00

Total

2034.29

652.411

2335.08

G. Total :-

2746.21

1034.677

2948.44

 

 DIVISIONAL PROCUREMENT SUPPLY AND MARKETING SOCIETY

 The society has been registered under the Registration of Society Act for facilitating procurement of raw material and for arranging the market of finished products of Self Help Groups/Swarozgaries.  The basic objective of the society is to promote the marketing of products produced by the SHGs/Swarozgaries and to access their need of training, infrastructure, raw material and marketing. 

The society is a nodal agency to organize trainings for the beneficiaries of SGSY/SHGs at Divisional/District level through active involvement of DRDAs, RRETC and other professional agencies/line departments.  Against an approved outlay of Rs.21.73 lacs for 2008-09 ,Rs. 23.65 lacs were received against which Rs. 23.37 lacs stands utilized  for the year 2008-09 and an amount of Rs.23.90 lacs has been  approved  for 2009-10.

5.  CD & PANCHAYAT

Under CD & Panchayats sector, works of urgent Nature are taken up for Execution. During 2008-09 the approved allocation under the scheme was Rs.1494.00 lacs (including Rs.1094.00 lacs for Development of Model Villages and Rs. 400.00 lacs for normal  Capital Component works).

 

For the year 2008-09 against an approved outlay of Rs. 1094.00 lacs for completion of Model Villages , the expenditure ending 03/2009 was Rs. 721.612.lacs. and against an approved outlay of Rs. 400.00 lacs for normal capital component  Rs. 476.26 lacs have been authorized by the Adm. Deptt  and Rs. 439.24 lacs stands utilized during the year 2008-09.

Under this scheme, two Model Villages on the analogy of Model Villages under PM’s Reconstruction Programme are being developed at the cost of Rs. 120.00 lacs each. Model Village Gandoh was started in 2007-08 and Rs. 50.00 lacs stands utilized on it  ending 2008-09 and other Model Village Hakkal in Jammu District has been sanctioned in the year 2008-09.

            However, for the current financial year 2009-10, against an approved outlay of Rs. 1000.00 lacs , the sub head wise break is given below:-

Capital

1.     Rs.652.815 lacs for new works of urgent nature.

2.     Rs. 4.00 lacs for purchase of one photocopier/Laptop & 2 nos. of computers for Planning Section of DRDJ.

3.     Rs. 60.00 lacs for completion/construction of Model Villages under State Plan(Model Village Gandoh & Hakkal).

4.     Rs. 265.035 lacs for completion of Panchayat Ghars under 11th FC/SGRY Special.

5.     Rs 6.00 lacs for Completion of CFC Khellani

6.     Rs. 12.15 lacs provision for Court Award

            Total:-  Rs. 1000.00 lacs

 

Annual Plan 2007-08  

Development of Rural Sector is a key indicator to evaluate the performance of development as 75% of the population resides in the rural areas. After independence the successive Government tried their best to reduce the poverty and provide employment in the rural areas through poverty alleviation programmes. Accordingly, the thrust area for the 11th Five Year Plan is to create sustainable assets along with generation of employment and coverage of massive wasteland through soil and water conservation projects. There is also an urgent and imperative need to provide the basic infrastructure in the rural areas on the pattern of Model Villages which have been taken under Reconstruction Plan in the normal plan activity during 11th Five Year Plan period and to provide shelter to the houseless under Bharat Nirman Programme.

SAMPOORANA GRAMIN ROZGAR YOJANA (SGRY)

SAMPOORANA GRAMIN ROZGAR YOJANA (SGRY) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme and aims at providing additional wage employment during lean season in the rural areas and also food security alongwith the creation of sustainable economic assets and rural infrastructure. The scheme is available for all the rural poor (BPL/APL). However, preference will be given to poorest among the poor SC/ST.With the introduction of NREGS, SGRY has remained operational in three  districts of Kathua, Rajouri and Udhampur. An allocation of 1134.95 lakhs has been earmarked for 2007-08

NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE SCHEME (NREGS)

The scheme was launched on February 2nd, 2006 in 200 districts of the country. In Jammu division it has been sanctioned in the districts of Poonch and Doda in the first instance and  during 2007-08 in Jammu district.
The scheme is expected to enhance people’s livelihood on sustained basis by developing economic and social infrastructure in rural areas.The scheme is aimed at attacking the causes of chronic poverty such as drought, deforestation and soil erosion.The scheme provides legal guarantee of 100 days work to every rural household whose adult member volunteer to do un-skilled manual work. If an applicant for labour is not provided employment within 15 days he/she shall be entitled to un-employment allowance.Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is a demand-driven scheme. An allocation of 3782.78 lakhs has been earmarked for the scheme during current financial year for three districts.

SWARANJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY)

The objective of the scheme is to bring the assisted poor families above the poverty line by organizing them into Self-Help Groups (SHGs) through the process of social mobilization, training, capacity building and provision of income generating assets through a mix of bank credit and government subsidy.
The funds are shared by State & Center in the ratio of 25:75 and the permitted %age of funds earmarked for various components of the scheme are :-
a) Training (10% of allocation)
b) Infrastructure (20% of allocation)
c) Revolving fund (10% of allocation)
d) Subsidy of economic activities (60% of allocation);  The allocation for Jammu province in respect of the scheme is 693.68 lakh for the year 2007-08.

 

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