State Level Committee – Action Plan being implemented in 8 LWE districts

The Planning Commission,  GOI had formulated a scheme covering 60 districts in the country under ‘Integrated Action Plan’ for selected tribal and backward  districts  as  an  Additional  Central  Assistance  (ACA)  scheme  onm100% grant basis in the first phase and another 24 districts in the second phase with a block grant of Rs.25 crore and Rs.30 crore per district during 2010-11  and  2011-12  respectively.  The  8 districts  covered  are  viz.,  two districts of Khammam  and Adilabad in the Phase-I during 2010-11 and six districts viz., Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, Warangal and Karimnagar in the Phase-II during 2011-12. G.O.Rt.No. 887 Date:21.09.2013

Secretary,  Planning  Commission informed that the continuation  of the Integrated Action Plan programme  of Additional Central Assistance to LWE districts during the remaining years of the 12th plan period. It is also stated that the IAP is a critical intervention as it forms  which are being closely  watched  both from the development  and security  perspectives  by the Central  and State  Governments.  Further  the Secretary,  Planning  Commission  has  recommended  to  constitute  a ‘State Level Committee’ that mirrors the District Level Committees to monitor the programme intensively at state level.

Government  after Examination  of the above recommendation hereby  constitute  a ‘State  Level Committee’  to monitor  Integrated  Action Plan programme intensively at State Level with the Chief Secretary as its Chairperson and with the following members and scope etc:



Special Chief Secretary to Government, Planning  Department  




Principal Secretary to Government, Tribal Welfare  Department Member- Convener



Prl. Secretary, Panchayat Raj Department






Prl. Secretary (W&P), Finance Department






Principal Conservator of Forests






Director General of Police




a) To ensure  consolidation  and  convergence  with  Centrally  Sponsored Schemes/  Flagship  programmes   for  the  development   of  the  IAP districts so that the desired outcomes are achieved.

b) To track the flow of funds under the schemes implemented in the IAP districts.

c)  To monitor and suggest that the assets created under IAP are put to full use by paying  special  attention  to ensure  that the staff was in position.

d) To review that the basic specifications for school buildings, anganwadi centres,   village   roads,   irrigation   etc.  are  communicated   to  the concerned districts.

e) To monitor and review the basic Socio-economic  indicators especially in the health and education sectors in the IAP districts and they are brought up to the state level over a period of time.

5.    The Committee can invite the Secretaries of other departments / NGOs / other  reputed  organizations  having  related  field  level  experience  as special invitees for the meetings.

6.    The  Committee  shall  meet  as  frequently  as  possible  to  review  the progress and have interactions with the district administration also.

7.    The  Principal  Secretary  to  Government,  Tribal  Welfare  and  Member convener of the Committee  constituted  at para 3 above, shall take further action and initiate meetings of the Committee.

D.O.Lr.No:M-13053/6/7/2013-MLP dt:21-08-2013 from
Secretary, Planning Commission, New Delhi

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