Annual Action Plan for the Year 2005-2006 

 

  


 

 

District Water Management Agency

East Godavari

Kakinada

 

District Water Management Agency, East Godavari

 

 

 

 

 

INDEX

 

 

Sl. No

CONTENTS

District Map on Indira Prabha (CLDP) & IWDP

 

Chapter – I

         Organisation & Institutional profile

 

Chapter –II

The Mandate

 

Chapter-III

 

Achievements

 

Chapter-IV 

Perspective Plan

 

Chapter-V

Annual Action Plan

 

 

 

 

 



 

CHAPTER-I

 

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE:

 

                         The District Water Management Agency (DWMA), Kakinada was established in the District on 05.12.2001 for effective implementation of Watershed Programme.

 

                         The following programmes are being implemented by DWMA with the field staff in East Godavari during the year 2005-06.

 

      Watershed programmes (IWDP-I, II & III)

      Indira Prabha (Comprehensive Land Development Programme)-

                                                                                                           RIDF-IX & X

      APMIP

      APWALTA

Details of posts: (Officers & Staff)

 

Sl.

No.

Name of the Post Sanctioned

Name of the Officer

Department

Date of Joining

Vacant

since

1

Administrative Officer

--

--

--

18.05.2005

2

Asst.Project Officer(Accounts)

Sri A.Ravikumar

DRDA

05.12.2001

--

3

Asst.Project Officer(M&E)

Sri V.Sarabha Raju

Coop. Dept.

05.12.2001

--

4

Asst.Scientific Officer

--

--

--

Inception

5

Dy. Statistical Officer

Sri M.Venkateswara Rao

Revenue

Dept.

01.10.2002

--

6

Data Entry Operator

Sri Ch.Srinivasa Rao

Consultancy

05.12.2001

--

7

Office Superintendent

Sri G.S.Ch.S.S. Prasad

Revenue

Dept.

14.07.2003

--

8

Sr.Accountant

 

Sri A.V.V.S.S. Kumar

Revenue

Dept.

13.03.2005

--

9

Sr.Accountant

--

--

--

Inception

10

Sr.Accountant

--

--

--

Inception

11

Sr.Assistants

Sri D.Tataji Rao

Consultancy

01.08.2002

--

12

Sr.Assistants

--

--

--

Inception

13

Sr.Steno

--

--

--

Inception

14

Cartographer

--

--

--

Inception

15

Typist Cum Assistant

 

 

Sri S.Venkateswara Rao

S.C. Society

01.07.2002

--

16

Typist Cum Assistant

Sri K.Veera Babu

Consultancy

01.06.2002

--

17

Drivers

--

--

--

Inception

18

Attenders /Messengers

 

 

Sri K.Suryanarayana

Sri K.Sridhar,

Sri K.Ravibabu,

Sri K.Rama Rao

Consultancy

01.06.2002

--

 

APMIP Cell

 

 

 

19

Asst. Director

 

Sri V.Satyanarayana

Agriculture

Dept.

01.03.2005

--

20

M.I.Specialist

 

Sri B.Chennakesavulu

APMIP Cell,

Hyderabad

01.11.2004

--

                                                                                                                      


 

2. Institutional Arrangement

 

CHART-II

a) Statement showing the details of NGOs (PIAS)

 

Sl.

No.

Name of the NGO

Chief Functionary

Contact No.

No. of Watersheds

 

 

 

 

 

List of NGOs applied has been submitted to Commissioner,

Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad

 

 

 

b) Statement showing the details of GO (PIAs)

 

Sl.

No.

Name of the GO PIA

Name of PIA

Designation

No. of Watersheds

1

Sri K.S.S.V.Subba Rao

MDT/Dy.EE

Deputy Executive Engineer

 

18

2

Sri P.Rama Rao

MDT/AE-I

Asst. Engineer

13

3

Sri P.Venugopal

MDT/AE-II

Asst. Engineer

7

 

CHAPTER – II (THE MANDATE)

 

a) DISTRICT PROFILE:

 

                         East Godavari District is located between 160  15’ and 180 05’ N latitudes and 810  30’ North and 820 40’ East longitudes. About 40% of the district is cultivated by the Godavari central and Eastern canal systems in Godavari delta region.  Another 40% land is covered by the agency tract, and about 20% is upland area.  Irrigation in the Agency and upland areas are mainly by rainfall, Tanks and wells.  The crops in the upland Mandals are suffering from vagary of monsoons. In addition to this the upland mandals are handicapped by inconsistent drainage line treatment and soil erosion problems.

 

DISTRICT AT A GLANCE:

 

GENERAL PARTICULARS

 

Geographical Area                     :            10,820 SQKM

 

Mandals                                           :            60 ( Including 2 Urban mandals)

 

Towns                                               :            17

 

Villages/Habitations                     :            1513

 

Population                                      :            45.41 lakhs (1991 census)

a)    Rural : 34.58 lakhs

b)    Urban: 10.80 lakhs

 

Average density of population            :                                             420 per SQKM

Work Force                                      :            Cultivation             : 2.49 lakhs

                                                                        Agrl. Labourers      : 8.38 lakhs

                                                                        Other workers       : 5.79 lakhs

 

Literacy rate                                   :            47.37

 

Livestock population                   :            11.16 lakhs

                                                                        Cattle                      : 41414290

                                                                        Buffaloes                 :     439188

                                                                        Sheep                      :       41578

                                                                        Goat                        :     135225

                                                                        Others                     :       85676

CLIMATOLOGY:

 

Normal annual rainfall                 :            1218 mm

SW monsoon rainfall                     :            751 mm

NE monsoon rainfall                      :            320 mm

Winter rainfall                                 :            20 mm

Summer rainfall                              :            127 mm                  

Maximum Temperature              :            47.2 C

Minimum Temperature               :            13.9 C

Climatic classification                  :            CA ‘da’     (Koppean)

 

 

IRRIGATION

 

i. irrigation projects             Type            No.          Irrigation potential

                                                                                             created  (Ha.)

                                                  Major                  3                         2,45,372

                                                  Medium             3                              9,668

                                                 Minor             1496                           38,626          

 

ii. Irrigation particulars    Method       Area Irrigated (Ha.)   % Irrigated

                                                                                                                      area.

                                                  Canals              1,86,332                68.00

                                                  Tanks                   31,363                11.45

                                                  Lift irrigation          6,993               02.56

                                                  Dug Wells              1,865                00.68

                                                  Tube wells &          

                                                  Filter point wells  43,891              16.02

                                                  Others                  3,526                 01.29

Text Box: -7-

 


 

 


 

b) I. Brief inventory of land Resources in the district.

 

                         Rainwater of the district drains into five major rivers viz. Godavari, Yeleru, Suddagedda, Pampa and Thandava and thus, the district is classified into (5) major river basins and (9) sub-basins. 

 

Major Basin

 

           Sub-Basin                                                            

 

Godavari

Burada Kaluva             

Seethapallivagu

Zilla Kaluva

Pamuleru

Pampa

Suddagedda

 

 

Yeleru

Donigedda

Maddigedda

Maderu

Pedderu

Yeleru

Thandava

 

                         Of these (5) basins Godavari, Pampa and Suddagedda are the surplus basins. 

 

II. Different land resources and land use pattern.

 

PRESENT LAND USE PATTERN IN EAST GODAVARI DISTRICT.

 

 

Sl.

No.                       Sl. No.

 

Type

Area (Hect)

% with respect to district area.

1

Total geographical area

1082000

 

2

Forest Land

323148

29.9

3

Barren-uncultivable land

84236

7.8

4

Permanent pastures & Other grazing lands

32858

3.0

5

Land put to non-agrl. use

107815

10.0

6

Cultivable Waste

31644

2.9

7

Land under Misc. tree crops

9776

0.9

8

Current fallow land

50103

4.6

9

Other fallow land

21646

2.0

10

Net area sown

420620

38.9

11

Area sown more than once

213209

19.7

12

Gross cropped area

6338229

58.6

 

III. Wasteland classification

 

Wasteland Categories

 

Extent of Wasteland in the District

 

(as per NRSA classification)

 

 Sl. No.

 

 Category

 

 

Area of Wasteland

Hectares

 

% to total geographical area

 

% to Total Waste- land

1

Gullied or Ravinous land *

620.50

0.057

0.430

2

Upland with or without scrubs *

70862.25

6.557

48.890

3

Water logged/Marshy land

15415.50

1.426

10.630

4

Saline/Alkaline area

132.00

0.012

0.090

5

Shifting cultivation area *

537.00

0.049

0.370

6

Degraded notified forest area

51050.50

4.724

35.220

7

Degraded land under plantation

1856.75

0.172

1.280

8

Sands - Inland/coastal

3462.25

0.320

2.380

9

Mining/industrial wasteland

93.00

0.009

0.060

10

Barren rocky area

307.50

0.028

0.210

11

Steep sloping area

641.85

0.059

0.440

 

Total

144979.10

13.41

100.00

 

* Considered to be wasteland.

 

IV. Basins, Sub basins, watersheds

 

                         Rainwater of the district drains into five major rivers viz. Godavari, Yeleru, Suddagedda, Pampa and Thandava and thus, the district is classified into (5) major river basins and (9) sub-basins. 

 

Major Basin

 

           Sub-Basin                                                            

Watersheds

 

Godavari

Burada Kaluva             

 

 

 

EAS(WS) – 62

RIDF-VI – 25

IWDP-I – 25

IWDP-II – 13

IWDP-III – 12 (New)

 

Seethapallivagu

Zilla Kaluva

Pamuleru

Pampa

Suddagedda

Yeleru

Donigedda

Maddigedda

Maderu

Pedderu

Yeleru

 

Thandava

 

 

                         Of these (5) basins Godavari, Pampa and Suddagedda are the surplus basins. 

 

c) Brief details of the programme implemented by the district

 

          The District Water Management Agency (DWMA), East Godavari, Kakinada was established in the District on 05.12.2001 for effective implementation of Watershed Programme.

 

                         The Programmes implemented by Commissioner of Rural Development, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, through DWMA, East Godavari, Kakinada are.

 

      Watershed Development Programmes (EAS, RIDF-VI, IWDP-I, II & III)

      Indira Prabha

    (Comprehensive Land Development Programme)- RIDF-IX & X

      APMIP

      APWALTA

 

CHAPTER – III

Achievements

 

1. Brief history of evaluation of watershed concept

 

      The concept of Watersheds came into existence in East Godavari District in the year 1995-96 through the implementation of EAS and is continued up to 2003-04.

      A total area of 30,230 Ha. was treated under this programme.  It was totally handled by DWMA & ITDA. Much importance was given to soil conservation works.

      Watershed Development activities under the scheme “Integrated Wasteland Development Programme  (IWDP-I) have been initiated in 25 watersheds in upland mandals treating an area of 12562.00 Ha. in the year 1999.

      Subsequently, IWDP-II was sanctioned with an outlay of Rs.360.00 lakhs to treat an area of 6000.00 Ha. in 13 watersheds of 5 Mandals as per the revised watershed guidelines in the year 2002.

      In the current year i.e. 2005-06, 12 watersheds are being sanctioned with an outlay of Rs.360.00 lakhs for treating 6000.00 Ha.  in10 Mandals. 

      During the period of 2001 to 2004 36 watersheds were implemented under RIDF-VI and an area of 5,696 Ha. was treated. 

 

2) CHANGES THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN THE APPROACHES TO

     WATERSHED   MANAGEMENT:-

 

                         Initially Soil and Water Conservation in a Watershed context is believed to increase agricultural productivity in dry land areas.  But the Integrated Wasteland Development Programme highlights community participation in small water harvesting structures.  The objective of present watershed programme is treatment of degraded and wastelands for overall economic development and improvement of socio – economic conditions of the resource poor section of the people inhabiting the programme areas.  In IWDP projects, Watershed Development Fund is created and kept at Watershed Development Committee for the post maintenance of structures.

 

3. Chronology of Institutional arrangements in the District  (MDT PIA etc)

 

            In the watershed Development Programme a concerted integrated micro watershed development approach was envisaged under Dr.Hanumantha Rao’s new guidelines of Government of India.  According to this, area of watershed would be approximately 500 ha.  In micro watersheds the developmental works are being taken up by watershed committees with the help of Self Help Groups and User Groups under the supervision of Watershed Development Team, Project Implementing Agencies, Multi Disciplinary Teams.

 

            Guidelines for watershed development of areas have been laid down by Government of India (Ministry of Rural Development) on 17.10.1994 and they were revised on 24.08.2001.

 

            These guidelines envisages formation of watershed villages committee with the members of the villages covering the watershed and formation of watershed committees, Watershed Development Teams, Project Implementing Agencies and preparation of action plan by the committee and approval and execution of works through the watershed committees and allied matters.

 

Hariyali guidelines:

 

            New guidelines called Hariyali guidelines were communicated by the Government of India during the year 2002-.  According to these guidelines, the watershed development programme is placed under the control of Grama Panchayats institutions.  The sarpanch and the members of the grama panchayat will act as watershed committee and execute works through the user groups .

 

            The ongoing watersheds and new watersheds are being implemented as per Hariyali guidelines and APRLP from the year 2005-06 onwards as per the process guidelines communicated by the Commissioner, Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad. 

Strengthening of DWMA from time to time.

 

            The DWMA is formed on 05.12.2001 after bifurcated from DRDA on Watershed Development Programme.  The details of PIAs of the Watershed Development Programme from the formation of the DWMA are noted hereunder.

 

2001

2005

NGO

GO

NGO

GO

 

1. Project Officer,

ITDA, Rampachodavaram

2. Asst. Project Director, Agriculture

--

--

---

1.      Dy.EE.,

2.      AE-I

3.      AE-II

 

 

 

4. Year wise programme wise physical and financial achievements

    made so far (Cumulative up to 2004-05) for all schemes and batches.

 

Sl.

No.

 

Scheme/ Batch

No. of W.S / Blocks

 

Cumulative progress up to 2004-05

Physical

(Ha.)

Finance

(Rs. In lakhs)

1

EAS (WS)

62

30500.00

1323.84

2

RIDF-VI (WS)

25

5696.00

201.45

3

RIDF-VIII Phase-I

2

750.00

11.84

4

RIDF-VIII Phase-II

9

2400.00

112.00

3

IWDP (1st Batch)

25

11312.00

384.00

4

IWDP (2nd  Batch)

13

2500.00

130.00

5

Indira Prabha (RIDF-IX)

211

2703.07

701.10

 

Total

347

55861.07

2740.39

 


Analysis of coverage of area treated furnished in the Annexure.

 Sl. No.

Name of the Block/ Mandal

Extent (Ha.)

Total area already covered (Ha.)

% of coverage

1

Addateegala

1000

0

1000

2

Devipatnam

3671

3671

0

3

Gandepalli

2000

2000

0

4

Gangavaram

2170

1670

500

5

Gokavaram

2670

1670

1000

6

Gollaprolu

1900

900

1000

7

Jaggampeta

3700

3300

400

8

Korukonda

1600

0

1600

9

Kotananduru

13253

10253

3000

10

Maredumilli

1542

1542

0

11

Prathipadu

8149

6649

1500

12

Rajavommangi

3303

3303

0

13

Rampachodavaram

3583

3583

0

14

Sankhavaram

10372

7472

2900

15

Thondangi

1000

0

1000

16

Tuni

9500

6400

3100

17

Yeleswaram

2135

1135

1000

18

Y.Ramavaram

940

940

0

 

Total

72488

54488

18000

 

 

6. Impact of the interventions based on

 

      Annual evaluation done in every September

 

Increase in depth to water levels in the irrigation wells located in the influenced zone of the Water Harvesting Structures to increase 1m to 3m.

      Studies conducted

 

Due to increase of water level in watersheds resulted in raising additional ayacut under the Check-dams & irrigation wells, ultimately crops increased benefits the farmers in getting of additional income.

 

      Other reports

 

Week in community organisation and people’s involvement.  Requires to take up activities of Horticulture and Animal Husbandry. Involvement of NGOs in the Watershed Development Programme is compulsory in sense of commitment and dedication.  Efforts should be made to strengthen participation of User Groups and Shelf Help Groups through Village Organisations.  The watershed works and community works simultaneously in the lean Agricultural season to generate additional employment.

 

7. Over all observations by the Project Director.

 

      On strategies developed

 

Watershed approach under IWDP requires prevention of Soil erosion and runoff, Afforestation, Horticulture department pasture development, live stock improvement needs to take up APRLP improvement.

 

      On efforts made for improving the implementation quality

 

Periodical inspection of the works an carried out repairs wherever required conducted periodical trainings to the User Groups to safe guard the works. 

 

      On problems encountered

 

Reduced political involvement by conducting meetings of the watershed associations, short fall of rains in season.

 

      Lessons learnt.

 

Involvement of Gram Panchayats is must Watershed Development Programme.  Like-wise participation of Village Organisation in the Productivity Enhancement Programme and Entrepreneur Activity to uplift the poor.  To encourage inter cropping in watershed villages by selecting seasonal seed and utilisation of manures and pesticides.

CHAPTER – IV

1. Perspective Plan:

   a) For watersheds

Sl. No.

Name of the Block/ Mandal

Total Area identified for treatment

Area already taken up for treatment

Balance area to be treated

1

Addateegala

1000

0

1000

2

Devipatnam

3671

3671

0

3

Gandepalli

2000

2000

0

4

Gangavaram

2170

1670

500

5

Gokavaram

2670

1670

1000

6

Gollaprolu

1900

900

1000

7

Jaggampeta

3700

3300

400

8

Korukonda

1600

0

1600

9

Kotananduru

13253

10253

3000

10

Maredumilli

1542

1542

0

11

Prathipadu

8149

6649

1500

12

Rajavommangi

3303

3303

0

13

Rampachodavaram

3583

3583

0

14

Sankhavaram

10372

7472

2900

15

Thondangi

1000

0

1000

16

Tuni

9500

6400

3100

17

Yeleswaram

2135

1135

1000

18

Y.Ramavaram

940

940

0

 

Total

72488

54488

18000

  

b) For CLDP

                   Indira Prabha (CLDP) was launched on 19.11.2004 with financial assistance from NABARD for implementation of CLDP programme for (3) years in each project (RIDF-IX, RIDF-X & RIDF-XI). 

          Out of 59 mandals (area covered in an extent of 25200 Ha.) 23 mandals are (area covered in an extent of 7497 Ha.) in upland mandals, wherein the mandals depend on rain-fed agriculture.

Total Assigned land available

Area covered so far under CLDP

Balance area to be covered

 

7497.00 Ha.

 

3914.29 Ha.

(RIDF-IX – 2834.22)

(RIDF-IX – 1080.07)

 

3582.71 Ha.

 

2. Year wise breakup of the proposed area of treatment under

   a) Watershed Development Programme

Sl. No.

Year

Scheme / Batch

No. of Watersheds proposed

Treatment

Area (Ha.)

Project

Cost (Rs. In lakhs)

1

2005-06

IWDP-III

12

6000

360.00

2

2006-07

IWDP-IV

12

6000

360.00

3

2007-08

IWDP-V

12

6000

360.00

 

Total

36

18000

1080.00

 

b) Comprehensive Land Development Programme (CLDP)

 

Sl. No.

 

Year

 

Scheme / Batch

No. of Blocks proposed

Treatment

of Assigned land (Ha.)

Project

Cost (Rs. In lakhs)

1

2005-06

RIDF-XI

21

1420.00

500.00

2

2006-07

RIDF-XII

30

1060.00

400.00

3

2007-08

RIDF-XIII

30

1102.71

400.00

 

Total

81

3582.71

1300.00

4. Prioritisation of area based on new watershed guidelines.

   

The prioritisation of area based on new watershed guidelines are noted hereunder for IWDP-III, IWDP-IV & IWDP-V projects.

 

Sl. No.

Mandal Prioritised

Scheme/

IWDP - Batch

No. of Watersheds proposed

Treatment area (Ha.)

Project Cost (Rs. In lakhs)

1

Addateegala

V

2

1000

60.00

2

Gangavaram

V

1

500

30.00

3

Gokavaram

III & IV

2

1000

60.00

4

Gollaprolu

III & IV

2

1000

60.00

5

Jaggampeta

III

1

400

24.00

6

Korukonda

III, IV & V

3

1600

96.00

7

Kotananduru

III, IV & V

6

3000

180.00

8

Prathipadu

III, IV & V

3

1500

90.00

9

Sankhavaram

III, IV & V

6

2900

174.00

10

Thondangi

III & IV

2

1000

60.00

11

Tuni

III, IV & V

6

3100

186.00

12

Yeleswaram

III, IV

2

1000

60.00

 

Total

36

18000

1080.00

 

                                    

 


CHAPTER – V

        Total quantum of activity proposed for the year 2005-06

 

IWDP 

Indira Prabha

 

1. Scale of activities : As compared to average activity level in the past

                                  few years.

                                          

            All the activities such as Soil Conservation works, Water Harvesting Structures, Afforestation, Pasture development, Horticulture, Trainings and community organisation works were taken up for the last 5 years but the present scale of activities less than comparatively previous years.

 

2. Analysis: Basing on funds compare with previous years and area to

                    be covered etc.

 

            The activity cost and establishment pertaining to IWDP-I and IWDP-II were analysed and observed that administrative cost is not exceeded 2% of the establishment cost of the project in every year.  The provisions made in process guidelines issued by Commissioner, Rural Development, A.P., Hyderabad under the administrative cost to DWMA, PFA & E.P. to the project period is sufficient.

           

  3. Area proposed to be covered with mapped details of location in

      contrast to areas already treated.

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4. The rational for the selection of area (Project Director intervention)

q       Over exploited villages

q       SC, ST population

q       Low rainfall areas particularly where there is migration of labour

 

5. Implementation Strategy is as follows.   

 

q       Ridge to valley approach

q       Priority for SMC works

q       Low cost structures

q       Labour oriented works namely, MPTs, Farm Ponds, repairs to traditional watershed bodies etc.,

q       Priority to the lands of SC, ST and other BPL families for treatment.

q       Identification of works and preparation of action plans by the community.

q       Execution of works by the user groups.

q       Maintenance of transparency in all the stages of implementation.

 

 

6. Staff/ Support Required Govt. – Authorization

   

            Presently one MDT is working in DWMA with the support of Engineering section i.e. “1-Dy.EE., “2-A.Es.”  in order to implementation of the two different activities such as Productivity Enhancement &, Entrepreneur Activity, requires experienced officer from Agriculture/ Forest/ Animal Husbandry.  As regards WDTs each WDT shall have to supervise 10-12 watersheds under IWDP-I, II & III projects and there is shortfall in other sectors.  Hence at least 4 members from Animal Husbandry, Agriculture, Forest and Social Mobilizer are required for effective implementation of Watershed programme.

 

7. EXPECTED OUT COMES

 

Watersheds

 

  1.  3,521  Ha. of area brought under soil and moisture conservation
  2.  580  Ha. of area brought under Plantation
  3. 1,83,874  No. of persons provided  wage employment
  4. 15,403 No. of stakeholders trained
  5.  450  No. of CBOs are strengthened on watershed management    

              and livelihoods

  1. 50 No. of para workers positioned 
  2. Seed production is initiated in 15 No. of villages
  3. 73  No. villages practicing INM and IPM
  4. 580  No. of families accessing the Revolving Fund (RF)

 

Indira Prabha CLDP

 

1.      2008 Ha. out of total 3914 ha. brought under use

       a. 224 Ha. brought under crops

       b. 1560 Ha. brought under Horticulture

       c. 108 Ha. brought under other Plantation

       d. 1051 Ha.of un-cultivated area brought under cultivation first time

2.      6472 No. of families assisted under land development

              programme

3.      6472 No. of families assisted with other Livelihoods 

4.      535.00 Ha. provided with new Irrigation facility

 

APWALTA

 

1.                    25  No.of committee meetings organized

2.                  110  No.of awareness meetings organized

 

ABSTRACT

 

COMPONENT WISE ALLOCATION OF ACTION PLAN 2005-06

 

 

Sl.

No.

 

Scheme

 

Admini-strative Cost

 

Co & CB 5%

 

Works component – 85%

 

 

Total

(100%)

NRM (60%)

PE (15%)

EP

(10%)

Total

(85%)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

IWDP-I

30.23

36.10

0

30.00

20.00

50.00

116.33

2

IWDP-II

7.20

14.52

83.00

21.00

13.57

117.57

139.29

3

IWDP-III

5.40

2.70

32.40

8.10

5.40

45.90

54.00

A

Sub-Total

42.83

53.32

115.40

59.10

38.97

213.47

426.94

4

CLDP

(RIDF-IX)

0

15.03

485.97

0

0

489.97

501.00

5

CLDP

(RIDF-X)

0

4.50

145.50

0

0

145.50

150.00

B

Sub-Total

0

19.53

631.47

0

0

635.47

651.00

Grand Total

(A+B+C)

42.83

72.85

746.87

59.10

38.97

848.94

1077.94

 

 

 

Overall plan for the District under all schemes

 

 

Sl.

No.

 

Scheme

No. of watersheds Blocks/ Gram Panchayats

Opening balance (Rs. In lakhs)

Expected released (Rs. In lakhs)

Total funds available (Rs. In lakhs)

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

IWDP-I

25

66.33

50.00

116.33

2

IWDP-II

13

31.29

108.00

139.29

3

IWDP-III

12

0.00

54.00

54.00

A

Sub-Total

50

97.62

212.00

309.62

4

CLDP

(RIDF-IX)

211

78.68

422.32

501.00

5

CLDP

(RIDF-X)

45

0

150.00

150.00

B

Sub-Total

256

78.68

572.32

651.00

Grand Total

306

176.30

784.32

960.62

 

 

 

 

 

QUARTERLY BREAK UP OF ALLOCATIONS

 

 

Sl.

No.

 

Scheme

1ST

Quarter

2nd

Quarter

3rd

Quarter

4th

Quarter

Total

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

IWDP-I(25)

34.31

33.32

25.80

22.90

116.33

2

IWDP-II (13)

50.56

20.93

51.79

16.01

139.29

3

IWDP-III (12)

18.42

11.26

18.44

5.88

54.00

A

Sub-Total

103.29

65.51

96.03

44.79

309.62

4

CLDP (211)

(RIDF-IX)

145.29

150.30

100.20

105.21

501.00

5

CLDP (45)

(RIDF-X)

43.50

45.00

30.00

31.50

150.00

B

Sub-Total

188.79

195.30

130.20

136.71

651.00

6

APWALTA

2.70

3.10

2.90

3.30

12.00

C

Sub-Total

2.70

3.10

2.90

3.30

12.00

Grand Total

294.78

263.91

229.13

184.80

972.62