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Rural Development Schemes

Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India provides funds for Desert Development Programme (DDP),Drought prone area development programme (DPAP), and for Integrated Wasteland Development Programme(IWDP) and Combating Desertification Project(CDP)

Initiated implementing these special area developmental programmes for the purpose of water harvesting in drought prone, desert and rainfed area in a participatory mode that seeks to secure close involvement of the user's committees.

DDP - Started in 1977-78

DPAP - Started in 1973-74

IWDP - Started in 1989

CDP-Started in 1999-2000

Common guidelines were framed & brought into force for Rural Development Schemes (i.e. DDP,DPAP & IWDP) watershed for the implementation as below :

  • Guidelines for watershed development - Effected from 1st April, 1995
  • Revised Guidelines - Effected from August, 2001
  • Guidelines for Hariyali - Effected from 1st April, 2003 which seeks to empower the PRI's both administratively and financially in the implementation of the watershed development programme in persuance to 73rd & 74th Amendments to the constitution of India.

 

Broad Features of RD Schemes

Name of Schemes

DDP, DPAP, IWDP

Sponsoring Ministry at GOI Level

Govt. of India, Ministry of Rural Development Department of Land Resources, New Delhi.

Nodal department at State level

Rural Development Department, Rajasthan.

Nodal agency at dist. level

Zila Parishad.

Implementing agency at village level

Gram Panchayat.

Operating Guidelines

1.Guidelines for watershed development - Effected from 1st April, 1995

2.Revised guidelines 2001 - Effected from August, 2001

3.Guidelines for Hariyali - Effected from 1st April, 2003

Cost sharing

GOI     :           GOR

(Grant)           (Share)

                        DDP & CDP    75        :           25

                        DPAP              75        :           25

IWDP         91.67        :           8.33

Funding Channel

GOI  -à Zila Parishad -à 1. PIA (for Adm. cost, community mobilization & training)

2. Gram Panchayat (for Adm. cost & Works)

Demand of next installment

1st Installment - It shall be released along with the project sanction

Next Installment - Further installments shall be released when the unutilised balance is not more then 50% of the previous installment released

Coverage Area

1.  DDP (16 Districts, 85 blocks)

Ajmer, Barmer, Bikaner, Churu, Hanumangarh, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Nagour, Pali, Rajsamand, Sikar, Sirohi & Udaipur

2.  DPAP (11 Districts, 32 blocks)

Ajmer, Banswara, Baran, Bharatpur, Dungarpur, Jhalawar, Karouli, Kota, S.Madhopur, Tonk & Udaipur

3.  IWDP (Non DDP & DPAP blocks)

Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bundi, Baran, Dausa, Dholpur, Jaipur, Kota, Rajsamand,

CDP ( Combating Desertification Project) (10 districts)

  • Barmer, Bikaner, Churu, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Nagaur, Pali, Sikar

Implementation period

5 Yrs from the date of sanction by GOI.

Area of Watershed

•  500 ha. for DDP and DPAP, More then 5000 ha. for IWDP. In CDP Unit Area is not restricted to 500 ha but one work as per proposal.

Cost norms

Rs. 6,000/- per ha. for DDP DPAP & IWDP  In CDP there is no restriction  on Unit Cost per ha. unit cost approved by SLCC is taken

Release of Project Funds by ZP/DRDA to Project Implementation Agency (PIA) & Gram Panchayat (GP)

Year

Installment

%

Agency

%

Component Break-up

% Break-up

1st

1st

15%

PIA

4%

Adm. Cost

1%

Community Development & training

3%

GP

11%

Adm. Cost

1%

Works

10%

2nd

2nd

30%

PIA

2%

Adm. Cost

1%

Community Development & training

1%

GP

28%

Adm. Cost

1%

Works

27%

3rd

3rd

30%

PIA

2%

Adm. Cost

1%

Community Development & training

1%

GP

28%

Adm. Cost

1%

Works

27%

4th

4th

15%

PIA

1%

Adm. Cost

1%

GP

14%

Adm. Cost

1%

Works

13%

5th

5th

10%

PIA

1%

Adm. Cost

1%

GP

9%

Adm. Cost

1%

Works

8%

#       PIA (Adm) - 5%, GP (Adm) - 5%, CO & Trg. - 5%, Works - 85%


Focus of the Schemes

(a) Watershed Treatment /Conservation works /production Activities (85%)

(b) Community Mobilization & Training (5%)

(c) Administrative Over-head. (10%)

Funding Pattern in CDP:

  •  Works                                                         92.5%
  •  Training and Community Organisation          3%
  •  Administration                                             4.5%
    • Zila Parishad                            0.2%
    • Forest deptt (PIA)                    4.3%

• Out of the total fund, 50% is allocated to DDP districts as per the normal guidelines and other 50% is earmarked for CDP works in ten desert districts

First Year                     15%

Second Year                30%

Third Year                    30%

Fourth Year                  15%

Fifth Year                     10%

Total                           100%  

IMPLEMENTATION – PROCEDURAL FORMALITIES for CDP

• Administrative Sanction- GOI .

• Financial Sanction- Zilla Parishad

• Technical Sanction Chief Conservator of Forest

• Constitution of VFPMCs(Village forest protection and management committees)

• WDT- Not required

• Works are to be implemented as per guidelines issued by GOI, MORD( DoLR)

• Execution starts after accordance of AS/FS/TS through VFPMCs.


Pert Chart of Activities

Allotment of project  from GOI to Zila Parishad

  • By Zila Parishad

Selection of watershed

Appointment of PIA

Approval of DPR and its Action Plan (treatment plan)

Maintenance of watershed project accounts

  • By CEO, Zila Parishad

Release of funds to PIA & GP

Progress reports monthly &quarterly

Demand of next installment to GOR -> GOI

Utilisation certificate

Audit of accounts

Formation of WDT for technical guidance (Agriculture/Civil engineer, Agriculture, Animal Science, Social Scientist)

  • PIA

Training to WDT, GP members, SHG, UG, beneficiaries as related to watershed and community mobilization.

PRA exercise for selection of activities in the watershed, planning of watershed project.

Technical examination and submission of DPR to Zila Parishad

After issuing technical & financial sanction to start the work of PIA & watershed development activities.

Preparation & technical examination of action plan of watershed treatment plan.

  • WDT

Physical and financial targets achievement (yearwise) under the project.

Preparation of road map.

Definite time frame for each major activities.

Technological interventions for proposed activities.

Specific success criteria for each activity.

Clear exit protocol.

Gram Sabha meeting

-à GP

Formation of Self Help Groups, User's Group, with the help of WDT.

Engagement of Van Rakshak and Volunters

Execution of watershed activities under the guidence and control of the Gram Sabha.

Co-ordination and liaison with WDT, PIA & ZP for smooth implementation.

Making payment.

Maintinence of separate project account &WDF A/c  for watershed project

Account will be operated jointly by Gram Panchayat Secretary and Gram Panchayat Chairman.

Maintinance of all records and accounts of project activities.

 

 


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