SCSP Schemes under Normal State Plan 2013-14


Planning (XXII) Dept., while communicating the resolutions of the 2nd meeting of the State Council for development of SC’s & ST’s held on 21.05.2013 under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister, has requested for taking necessary action. As per the resolutions of the said council, the departments concerned should issue orders for Administration Sanctions with in 10-days for all the schemes / works approved in the council.

Director of Animal Husbandry, Hyderabad has reported that, an amount of Rs. 4000.00 Lakhs is allocated under SCSP in BE 2103-14. He has furnished the details of the schemes, funds allocated in BE 2013-14. The District wise physical and financial funds allocated and also the guidelines to be followed. The Director has requested the Government to issue Administrative Sanction for Rs. 4000.00 lakhs for implementation of Plan Schemes under SCSP during 2013-14.

Government after careful consideration hereby accord Administrative Sanction of the Plan Schemes for an amount of Rs.4000.00 lakhs under SCSP during 2013-14. The details of the Schemes, Financial allocations, physical allocations (Unit of activity) and target is as detailed below:
(Rupees in lakhs)

Sl.No

Name of the Scheme

Financial allocations

Physical allocations (Unit of activity)

Target

1.

Livestock schemes

 

 

 

 

a. Sheep & Goat     

    rearing Unites (20+1)

1000.00

No. of Units

2000

 

b. Ram Lamb Rearing  Units (50)

488.00

No. of Units

976

 

c. Mini Sheep / Goat  Units (5+1)

250.00

No. of Units

1666

 

Sub Total

1738.00

 

 

2.

Implementation of  Livestock

Development Programmes

 

 

 

 

a. Area Based Mineral

mixture

800.00

Farmers benefited in lakhs

2.3

 

b. Support to SC Gopal Mitras   

 

 

 

 

i.  Performances based 

    A1 Calf incentive

50.00

 

No. of calves in lakhs

One

 

ii. Medical and Accident 

    claims

19.00

No. of SC Gopal Mitras

970

 

iii. Interest free or one time subsidized supply of two wheeler

93.00

 

No. of SC Gopal Mitras

970

 

Sub Total

962.00

 

 

3.

Supply of Calf feed rearing programme under CM Package

 

1300

 

No. of Calves

 

32298

Grand Total:

4000.00

 

 

4. The District wise physical and financial funds allocated in Scheme-wise and guidelines to be followed are appended as Annexure – I and II respectively to this order.

5. The Director of Animal Husbandry, Hyderabad shall take necessary action accordingly.

ANNEXURE-I

(G.O.Rt.No.           , AHDD&F (AH-III) Department, dated 21-10-2013)

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR SHEEP AND GOAT REARING UNITS UNDER SCSP -YEAR 2013-14.

 

Sl.
No.

District

physical
( No of units

Financial
(Rs in lakhs ) 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1

Srikakulum

36

18.00

2

Vizianagaram

36

18.00

3

Vishakapatnam

48

24.00

4

East Godavari

136

68.00

5

West Godavri

116

58.00

6

Krishna

126

63.00

7

Guntur

138

69.00

8

Prakasam

114

57.00

9

Nellore

96

48.00

10

Chittoor

114

57.00

11

Kadapa

68

34.00

12

Anantapur

84

42.00

13

Kurnool

106

53.00

14

Mahabubnagar

102

51.00

15

Rangareddy

130

65.00

16

Medak

78

39.00

17

Nizamabad

54

27.00

18

Adilabad

70

35.00

19

Karimnagar

102

51.00

20

Warangal

88

44.00

21

Khammam

66

33.00

22

Nalgonda

92

46.00

 

 TOTAL

2000

1000.00

 

 

* The Sheep & Goat units will be distributed to selected   

   beneficiaries in 20+1 mode

* each individual will get Rs.50000/- as subsidy.

 

* It is bank linked scheme

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR RAM LAMB REARING UNITS UNDER SCSP -YEAR 2013-14.

Sl.No.

District

physical
( No of units

Financial
(Rs in lakhs ) 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1

Srikakulam

18

9.00

2

Vizianagaram

17

8.50

3

Visakhapatnam

23

11.50

4

East godavari

66

33.00

5

West godavari

58

29.00

6

Krishna

61

30.50

7

Guntur

67

33.50

8

Prakasham

55

27.50

9

Nellore

47

23.50

10

Chittoor

55

27.50

11

Kadapa

33

16.50

12

Ananthapur

41

20.50

13

Kurnool

52

26.00

14

Mahabubnagar

50

25.00

15

Ranga reddy

63

31.50

16

Medak

38

19.00

17

Nizamabad

26

13.00

18

Adilabad

34

17.00

19

Karimnagar

50

25.00

20

Warangal

43

21.50

21

Khammam

33

16.50

22

Nalgonda

46

23.00

 

 TOTAL

976

488.00

 

 

* The Ram Lamb units will be distributed to JLG mode consisting of 5
   member group with 10 Ram Lambs each person

*Subsidy is Rs.50000/- for 5 members @ Rs.10000/- each

 

 

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR MINI  SHEEP AND  GOAT UNITS UNDER SCSP- YEAR 2013-14.

 

Sl.
No.

District

physical
( No of units)

Financial
(Rs in lakhs )  

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1

Srikakulum

30

4.50

2

Vizianagaram

30

4.50

3

Vishakapatnam

40

6.10

4

East godavari

115

17.25

5

West godavari

98

14.70

6

Krishna

104

15.60

7

Guntur

115

17.25

8

Prakasham

94

14.10

9

Nellore

80

12.00

10

Chittoor

94

14.10

11

Kadapa

56

8.40

12

Ananthapur

70

10.50

13

Kurnool

88

13.20

14

Mahabubnagar

86

12.90

15

Ranga reddy

108

16.20

16

Medak

64

9.60

17

Nizamabad

44

6.60

18

Adilabad

58

8.70

19

Karimnagar

86

12.90

20

Warangal

74

11.10

21

Khammam

56

8.40

22

Nalgonda

76

11.40

 

 TOTAL

1666

250.00

 

* The Mini sheep and Goat units will be distributed to selected beneficiaries in 5+1 mode

* each individual will get Rs.15000/- as subsidy.

*It is bank linked scheme/beneficiary contribution

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR AREA BASED MINERAL MIXTURE UNDER SCSP – YEAR 2013-14.

SL. No

District

Physical
 ( No of farmers )

Financial
(Rs in lakhs )  

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1

Srikakulum

10454

36.00

2

Vizianagaram

5885

20.00

3

Vishakapatnam

9205

32.00

4

East godavari

10320

36.00

5

West godavari

9054

31.00

6

Krishna

8869

31.00

7

Guntur

12807

45.00

8

Prakasham

11850

41.00

9

Nellore

8397

29.00

10

Chittoor

11479

40.00

11

Kadapa

6754

23.00

12

Ananthapur

11206

39.00

13

Kurnool

9301

32.00

14

Mahabubnagar

14045

49.00

15

Ranga reddy

7117

25.00

16

Medak

9954

35.00

17

Nizamabad

8329

29.00

18

Adilabad

15057

52.00

19

Karimnagar

10034

35.00

20

Warangal

12196

42.00

21

Khammam

13295

46.00

22

Nalgonda

14607

51.00

TOTAL

230215

800.00

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR SUPPORT TO SC GOPALMITRAS UNDER SCSP – YEAR 2013-14.

Sl.
No

District

( Physical)
No. of  SC Gopalamitras

Financial (Rs in lakhs)

AI calf incentive

Vehicle Subsidy

Insurance premium

1

Srikakulam

15

0.77

1.44

0.29

2

Vizianagaram

17

0.88

1.63

0.33

3

Vishakapatnam

9

0.46

0.86

0.18

4

East Godavari

61

3.15

5.85

1.19

5

West Godavari

48

2.47

4.60

0.94

6

Krishna

52

2.68

4.99

1.02

7

Guntur

41

2.11

3.93

0.80

8

Prakasam

51

2.63

4.89

1.00

9

Nellore

34

1.75

3.26

0.67

10

Chittoor

120

6.20

11.51

2.35

11

Kadapa

28

1.44

2.68

0.55

12

Ananthapur

115

5.93

11.03

2.25

13

Kurnool

56

2.88

5.37

1.10

14

MBNR

48

2.47

4.60

0.94

15

R.R.

9

0.46

0.86

0.18

16

Medak

20

1.03

1.92

0.39

17

Nizamabad

8

0.41

0.77

0.16

18

Adilabad

26

1.34

2.49

0.51

19

Karimnagar

43

2.21

4.12

0.84

20

Warangal

23

1.18

2.21

0.45

21

Khammam

91

4.70

8.72

1.78

22

Nalgonda

55

2.83

5.27

1.08

 

Total

970

50.00

93.00

19.00

 

PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS FOR CALF FEED/CALF REARING PROGRAMME UNDER CM PACKAGE UNDER SCSP YEAR 2013-14

Sl.
No.

District Name

Physical(No.of calves)

Financial ( Rs in lakhs )

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1

Srikakulam

1058

42.60

2

Vizianagaram

1232

49.59

3

Visakhapatnam

799

32.16

4

East godavari

1680

67.60

5

West Godavari

2104

84.68

6

Krishna

3083

124.11

7

Guntur

2860

115.10

8

Prakasam

3135

126.19

9

Nellore

1271

51.15

10

Chittoor

3772

151.83

11

Kadapa

1228

49.44

12

Anantapur

977

39.31

13

Kurnool

1201

48.34

14

Mahbubnagar

833

33.51

15

Rangareddy

677

27.27

16

Medak

804

32.36

17

Nizamabad

493

19.84

18

Adilabad

847

34.10

19

Karimnagar

1061

42.70

20

Warangal

769

30.97

21

Khammam

1155

46.50

22

Nalgonda

1259

50.66

Total

32298

1300.00


ANNEXURE-II

(G.O.Rt.No.           , AHDD&F (AH-III) Department, dated 21-10-2013)

 

GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTATION  OF SCSP SCHEMES

FOR  THE YEAR 2013-14.

 

1.LIVESTOCK SCHEMES :

The following component wise allocations were made in BE 2013-14 under sheep & goat development:

                   (Rs. in Lakhs)

S.No.

Name of the scheme

SCSP

1

Sheep & Goat units

1000.00

2

Ram Lamb rearing units

488.00

3

Mini Goat units

250.00

 

Total

1738.00

Implementing Agency:

 The schemes of small ruminants will be implemented by Andhra Pradesh Sheep & Goat Development Cooperative Federation Ltd which is designated as state implementing agency. 

District Level Sanctioning & Monitoring Committee:

The committee will be headed by District Collector comprising with the members is responsible for implementation of the schemes:

      Joint Directors(AH)

      Managing Directors, DSBCU

      Lead Bank District Head

      President DSBC

The district committee shall distribute the targets to the mandals and Banks and also finalize the cluster villages.

The district committee will monitor and approval for release of budget on the basis of the proposals received from the mandal selection committee.

The district committee will thoroughly check the proposals according to the plan component wise and finalize list of beneficiaries for issuance of sanction orders and the units are inter changeable.

The district committee will fix the last date for grounding of the units and to submit the UCs.

The budget released in a particular quarter should be utilized in that quarter itself otherwise further releases will be seized.

The Joint Directors (AH) will be held responsible if not utilized within the stipulated time. The funds released under special components like SCSP and TSP should be utilized by quarter ending of the releases made will be reviewed.

Mandal Level Selection & Grounding Committee:

          The committee will prepare the action plan and identify the beneficiaries by conducting Grama Sabhas in selected cluster villages along with the area bank manager.

          The committee will consist of

      Veterinary Assistant Surgeon

      President, PSBCS/Director DSBCU

      Bank Manager, concerned branch.

 

The beneficiaries selected should be from SCs only preferably from among the members of the Primary Sheep Breeder Cooperative Societies .

If the beneficiaries not available from the PSBCS, the non-members can be considered.

          The beneficiaries will be selected from the below poverty line families identified by SERP among the SC community.

          Rural SC women and SC unemployed youth will be given preference.

          Families that have exposure to sheep rearing practices but not possessing any sheep will be preferred.

No other community beneficiary should be selected under the SC sub plan.

Unit Cost & Subsidy particulars:

S.No

Name of the unit

Unit size

Unit cost (in lakhs)

Subsidy per unit

Loan  amount/Beneficiary contribution

1.

Sheep & Goat units

20 Ewes +1 Ram

1.00

50,000

50,000

2.

Ram Lamb rearing units

50 Ram Lambs

1.00

50,000

50,000

3.

Mini Sheep / Goat units

5+1

30,000

15,000

15,000

 

Training & Exposure:

          All the beneficiaries selected under the above schemes have to undergo one day training on breed identification, managemental and health care practices of sheep and goat rearing. All the beneficiaries should be exposed to the scientifically running sheep and goat farm.

 

Purchasing Committee:

The purchasing committee shall consist of 

      Veterinary Assistant Surgeon of the concerned area AHD,

      President Primary Sheep Breeder Cooperative Societies

      Representative of that bank,

      MPDO or his representative

      Beneficiary

The purchasing committee should invariably intimate the date of grounding, name of the shandy for procuring the units to the MD DSBCU and Joint Directors (AH).

The MD DSBCU/ Joint Director (AH) or his representative will attend the grounding at random and should certify the grounding.

Procurement of the units:

          The units are to be procured as per the choice of the beneficiary from the respective breeding tracts only.

          The procurement of the units shall be from the recognized shandies 50 kms away from the beneficiary villages.

Rahadari bill (way bill)/shandy transaction slip should be obtained by the beneficiary/JLG.

          The transportation amount paid should be realistic and receipt should be obtained.The beneficiary photo along with the unit / asset created should be obtained.

Risk Mitigation:

          To combat the adverse conditions like diseases, cyclones, accidents, fire all the assets created should be insured for 3 years with the beneficiary contribution or with the existing social security scheme being implemented by either state Govt. or GOI.

Record keeping:

Sub plan wise budget release registers should be maintained at O/o. Joint Director (AH) with the list of beneficiaries selected by district committee headed by District Collector.

          The dates of releases to the banks/beneficiary/VD should be in time and mark a copy to MD, APSGDCFL and DAH.

Beneficiary particulars should be recorded at concerned Veterinary Dispensary level.

          The success stories among the beneficiaries who experiences and share the benefit should be documented and submit a copy to the District Collector and MD, APSGDCFL.

Feedback:

          The VAS of the concerned area should regularly visit the beneficiaries where the assets were supplied.

          The MD DSBCU should visit and verify the asset supplied on quarterly basis and the status should be intimated to MD, APSGDCFL.

          The Divisional Asst. Director (AH) should visit and verify the assets supplied on quarterly basis.

          If the VAS finds the units supplied are sold or the beneficiaries are benami or the transaction is benami, it shall be brought to the notice of District Collector, Joint Director (AH) to register criminal cases and to initiate revenue recovery act to recover the amount.

The VAS should install confidence to the beneficiaries who are exposed to adverse conditions and take necessary steps for mitigation of risk.

2.IMPLEMENTATION  OF LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

The following component wise allocations were made in BE 2013-14 under Livestock development programmes.

                                                                  

 

S.No.

 

Name of the scheme

 

SCSP                   (Rs. in Lakhs)

a

Area based mineral mixture

800.00

b

 

Support to Sc Gopalmitras

 

i

Perforamnce based AI calf incentive

50.00

ii

Medical and Accident claims

19.00

iii

Interest free or one time subsidized supply of two wheeler

93.00

 

Sub Total

162.00

 

Total

962.00

 

a)   AREA BASED MINERAL SUPPLEMENTATION

Fund utilization:

        The budget release for SCSP shall only be utilized for procurement of mineral mixture to assist the SC farmers only

        The JDs have to take both technical and administrative sanction for utilization of funds.

        Should maintain separate accounts for different components of funds.

 

 

 

Selection of animals and beneficiaries:

        The milch animal owned by farmers in the State at any stage of lactation can be enrolled under this programme.

        All the milch animals of SC’s   in the village / habitation shall be covered with saturation approach irrespective whether in milk or dry.

 

        Two or three habitations / villages shall be identified in the jurisdiction of each of departmental / Goplamitra centres in the State with special focus to SC habitations to implement this programme.

            The list of SC farmers who own milch animals shall be prepared in the proforma given below and submitted to the district level committee headed by the JD(AH) with DD (AH) ,VPC/SLBP  and HQ Divisional AD as members for approval.

 

S.No.

Name of the farmer

Father’s / Husband’s name

GP / Habitation

Mandal

Caste

No. of animals enrolled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs to be supplied:

        Each animal identified under this programme shall be supplied with 12 kgs of mineral mixture during the project period @ 3 kgs once in a quarter.

        Acknowledgement from the farmers to whom area based mineral mixture was supplied has to be obtained in the below mentioned format:

 

S.No

Name of the farmer

Father’s / Husband’s name

GP / Habitation

Mandal

Caste

No. of animals enrolled

Qty of mineral mix supplied

Acquaintance of farmer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        The feedback on the activity from 1% of the farmers in each of the identified villages ( taking village as unit) has to be obtained in the format given after three months of the initial supply of the inputs:

Feedback Format on Area Based Mineral Mixture

A.General information:

i.                                       Name of the farmer

ii.                                     Father / husband name

iii.                                    Village / habitation

iv.                                    GP

v.                                      Mandal

vi.                                    Caste

vii.                                   gender

viii.                                 Category

ix.                                    Adhaar card number

x.                                      Area Veterinary centre

B.   Feedback

1.Production:

a) Quantity of milk yield before feeding mineral mixture

b) Quantity  of milk yield ten days after started  feeding mineral  mixture

2.Reproduction:

a) Whether animal conceived at the time of supply of mineral mixture (YES/NO)

b) If no, whether the animal has shown estrous signs 20 days after started feeding min mixture

3) Health condition:

a) General condition- improved /  no change after feeding mineral  mixture.

b. Support to SC Gopalamitras

Ø  Number of SC Gopalmitras – 970

i. Performance based A.I.calf incentive:

Ø  Rs.50/- incentive will be given per calf produced through AI by SC Gopalamitra.

Ø  Incentive shall be paid for the calves produced on or after 01.04.2013.

Ø  Proper Photograph of the calf along with Dam & farmer shall be taken.

Ø  The beneficiary details shall be maintained.

ii. Medical & Accidental Claim: –

Ø  The Gopalamitras are working in rural areas covering about 8-10 villages every day in his jurisdiction.

Ø  SC Gopalmitras face  risk while travelling and also performing A.I. work while handling the animals. In order to provide a sense of social security to their families, Group Insurance coverage to the SC Gopalamitras with a premium of Rs.2000/- per head towards medi claim shall be under taken.

iii. Mobility:

Ø  Rs.10,000/- towards interest subsidy or one time subsidy for providing vehicle ( Two wheeler) to SC Gopalamitras for providing mobility to cover 8-10 villages in his jurisdiction so that the animals receive prompt A.I. or first aid to ailing animals within the scheduled time.

3. SUPPLY OF CALF FEED/REARING PROGRAMME UNDER CM PACKAGE

 

 

      Well nourished female calves with good management during the early period of calf will attain early maturity and thus result in good reproductive health. Thus first few months of the female calf life is very important & crucial.

      Such female calves if nourished properly will conceive at an early age Thus, well nourished female calves will be more remunerative to the farmers.  

      The female calves need to be provided with feeding & health support during the critical period of life to save the germ plasm.

      Hence it is proposed to provide Feed support, health support and Insurance coverage on subsidy basis to the elite female calves belonging to SC families during the first year of life.

      The enrolled female Calves will be provided with feed, health support &Insurance on subsidy basis for 24 months in case of CB calves and            28 months in case of Murrah calves. The subsidy required for calf feed will be supplied from Plan schemes under CM Package during the year 2013-14.

Subsidy pattern:

Item

Unit cost (Rs)

Subsidy (Rs)

Calf feed

3900/-(260Kg)

2925/- (75%)

Health care

500/-

500/-(100%)

Insurance

600/-

600/-(100%)

Total

5000/-

4025/-

 

      A subsidy amount of Rs.4025/- will be provided per female calf towards Calf feed, healthcare and Insurance charges.

      The subsidy amount will be released to the Joint Directors (AH) after enrollment of female calves and on submission of list of farmers.

Selection of beneficiaries:

      Beneficiaries belonging to BPL SC families have to be selected.

      A selection Committee consisting local Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Divisional Assistant Director (AH), will select the beneficiaries during the Gramasabhas. The list will be submitted to the Joint Directors (AH) for finalization.

      Documentation will be made after selection of beneficiary

      The Joint Director (AH) in charge of district administration will scrutinize and finalize the list of beneficiaries and take the approval of District Collector. The list of beneficiaries shall be submitted to Head Office for release of subsidy.

Enrollment of female calves: Female calves born out of AI belonging to SC BPL families aged preferably from 3-4 months age group will be selected and enrolled.

      CB & Murrah/ graded murrah  female calves will be enrolled.

      One or Two female calves per one family will be enrolled.

      Selection of calves shall be in a cluster fashion for effective implementation of the programme.

 

Non-subsidy:

      The non –subsidy portion shall be met from beneficiary contribution.

  The non-subsidy amount of Rs.975/- may be collected from the farmers at the time of enrollment.

Supply of Calf feed:calf feed will be provided to enrolled female calf worth Rs.3900/- which include an amount of Rs.2925/- of CM Package subsidy and Rs.975/- from farmer’s contribution. Calffeed will be provided in three different spells / quarters as detailed below.

Quarter

Age of Calf in months

Avg. Caf feed per calf per day

Total Feed

I

4-6

500 gm

45 Kg

II

7-9

1.00 Kg

90 Kg

III

10-12

1.50 Kg

126 Kg

Total

260 Kg

 

 

      Calf feed shall be procured from the approved RC Firms and for approved RC Rates only.

      Growth pattern shall be recorded periodically. The growth pattern shall be examined by means of body weight, coat, texture, health of calf etc.

Health care:

      An amount of Rs.500/- is provided for health care. Periodical deworming and mineral supplementation to be taken up apart from providing medicines for calf scours or any other infection etc under health coverage.

Calf mortality: In case of death of enrolled calf, Calf feed shall be extended to the other AI calf belonging to the same beneficiary for the remaining period.

Insurance: All the enrolled elite female calves shall be insured invariably at the time of enrollment itself.

Calf card:

Calf card shall be maintained for each female calf enrolled and the necessary information shall be updated from time to time by the Veterinary Assistant Surgeon.

      Two calf cards will be maintained for each enrolled female calves out of which one Calf card will be with the Farmer and the other with the VAS. The required information/ records shall be maintained by the Veterinary Assistant Surgeons in the Registers.

Training:     

Orientation programme shall be organized for the selected beneficiaries on calf feeding and management.

 Target:

      It is proposed to enroll 32298 female Calves belonging to SC families in 22 districts. Basing on the Calves born, the Targets have been allocated to each district on prorata basis.

Reporting:

      The quarterly progress report on total no. of calves enrolled, feed and health support provided shall be submitted to Head Office in the prescribed format.

      The information connected to the beneficiaries and inputs supplied should be reported on line from Divisional HQrs.

Records:

The list of farmers benefitted, photograph of each calf enrolled, feed provided and other details shall be maintained at Institutional, divisional and district level.

      Proper acknowledgement shall be taken from the farmers after the supply of inputs, both in the register and calf card.

Success Stories:

      Success stories shall be documented in the form of photographs, video & press clippings etc. and shall be submitted to the Head Office in the template already communicated in the name cover of DD (Publicity & Extension), Hyderabad.

Utilization Certificates:

      The UCs shall be submitted along with list of beneficiaries.

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