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Unformatted text preview: THIRTEENTH FIVE YEAR PLAN 2017-2022 THIRD YEAR’S PROGRAMME 2019-2020 VOLUME – II (PART-2) BRIEF DISCRIPTION OF PROGRAMMES INTRODUCTION This publication depicts the details of programmes of Annual Plan 2019-20 , which is the third year of the Thirteenth Five Year Plan. The Annual State Plan outlay for 2019-20 is ` 30610 crore. The Aggregate Plan outlay for the current year is fixed at ` 39782.17 crore, which shows an enhancement of 6.80% over previous year’s outlay of ` 37247.99 crore. In addition to this, ` 25 crore is anticipated as Special Central Assistance to the Special Component Plan and Tribal Sub Plan. Thus the Gross Plan Outlay for 2019-20 will be ` 39807.17 crore. The SCP and TSP components of the State's Annual Plan, including the plan programmes implemented through Local Self Government Institutions are ` 3002.84 crore and ` 866.26 crore respectively. The increase in allocation for State Plan is 5.01% and for Centrally Sponsored Schemes is 13.26%. The Centrally Sponsored Schemes are included under two categories viz; schemes with 100% Central Assistance and schemes with 50% Central Assistance. The provisions made for such schemes during the current year are purely tentative. The allocation for Centrally Sponsored Schemes including NCDC assistance in the current year is ` 9172.17 crore. Out of this, ` 4294.83 crore is for Rural Development Schemes and Rs. 4217.12 crore is for Social and Community Services. Administrative Departments in the Secretariat are required to seek necessary approval for the implementation of central schemes from the respective Central Ministries. Expenditure on Centrally sponsored schemes has to be regulated in tune with the central assistance actually receivable for 2019-20. The schemes which require high priority and ready for implementation are included in the Green Book from 2016-17 onwards. The Planning and Economic Affairs Department will issue general order for the execution of such schemes on approval of the budget estimates by the Legislature. Administrative Sanction for the schemes can be issued thereafter with the approval of Ministers concerned by specifying the components of schemes as approved by the Plan Preparation Group/Special Plan Preparation Group. This will enable the departments to implement such schemes from the very beginning of the financial year without seeking further approval of Finance/Planning and Economic Affairs Department. However, the expenditure for the schemes included in the Green Book for the year has to be limited to the provision earmarked. Social and Community Services are the major thrust areas in the plan outlay. 31.56% of the State Plan outlay is earmarked for this Sector. An enhancement of Rs. 370.20 crore over previous year's outlay is made to the Rural Development Sector. The increase in allocation over previous year's outlay is in the order of 65.37% to Flood Control and Anti-Sea Erosion, 16.02% to Scientific Services and Research, 12.38% to Road Transport and 8.70% to Nutrition. In addition to this, enhanced allocation is included for Dairy Development, Village and Small Industries, Water Transport, Art and Culture, Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/ Other Backward Classes and Minorities. The lump-sum provision of Rs. 1643.30 crore earmarked in the Annual Plan with enhancement over previous year's allocation for the major Infrastructural Development Projects is for implementing major projects including Mono Rail/Light Metro Systems at Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode, Vizhinjam International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT), Kannur Air Port, Kochi Metro, Kollam, Alappuzha Bypass Projects, Palakkad IIT, Electronic Hardware Park-Kochi, Integrated Water Transport System-Kochi, Creation of Judicial Infrastructure, etc. New Projects included in this year as part of major infrastructural development projects are land acquisition for the projects under Industrial Development Zone, Solid Waste Management Fund and Wayanad- Bandipur Elevated Highway. The provision earmarked in State's Annual Plan for the post-flood projects implemented under Rebuild Kerala Initiative (RKI) is Rs. 1000.00 crore. The post flood projects are designed for implementation through the co-ordination of various Government departments and agencies under the Rebuild Kerala Secretariat to ensure speedy and time-bound completion. Out of the total State Plan outlay of ` 30610 crore, a sum of ` 7500 crore is the contribution of Local Self Governments and ` 1650 crore is the contribution of the Kerala State Electricity Board. The detailed statements of programmes for 2019-20 are included in Volume-I , the brief description in Malayalam is given as Part-1 of Volume-II and brief description in English is given as Part-2 of Volume -II. Scheme of Financing of State Plan for 2019-20 (` in crore) I(i) Balance from Current Revenues 1771.62 (ii) PF, Small Savings(Net) 4915.69 (iii) Miscellaneous Capital Receipts (iv) (v) Small Savings(NSSF)-(Net) Market Borrowings(Net)(SLR based) 21233.96 (vi) Negotiated Loans(Net) (-)300.00 (vii) ACA for EAPs/Other ACA Schemes (viii) NABARD Loan (ix) Repayment of Central/NABARD Loan (-)8543.65 778.26 2108.20 800.00 (-)1304.08 I Total (i) to (ix) II Contribution of Local Self Governments 7500.00 III Contribution of Kerala State Electricity Board 1650.00 Total Outlay (I+II+III) 21460.00 30610.00 CONTENTS Sl No. Annex -A I 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 II 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 III IV 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 V 5.1 5.2 VI 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 VII 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 VIII 8.1 8.2 IX 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 Sector/Sub sector Sectoral Programmes- Details of schemes(State Plan) Agriculture and Allied Sectors Agriculture Soil and Water Conservation Animal Husbandry Dairy Development Fisheries Forestry and Wild life Investment in Agricultural Financial Institution Marketing ,Storage and Warehousing Rural Development Rural Development Community Development and Panchayat Land Reforms Special Programme for Area Development Social Justice Programme Co-operation Irrigation and Flood Control Major and Medium Irrigation Minor Irrigation Command Area Development Flood Control (including Anti-Sea erosion) Energy Kerala State Electricity Board Non conventional and Renewable Sources of Energy Industry and Minerals Village and Small Enterprises Medium and Large Industries Minerals IT & E- Governance Transport and Communication Ports,Light Houses and Shipping Roads & Bridges Road Transport Inland Water Transport Other Transport Services Tourism Science ,Technology and Environment Scientific services and Research Ecology and Environment Social and Community Services Education Art and Culture Technical Education Sports and Youth Services Medical and Public Health Water Supply and Sewerage Page 1-65 1-25 25-31 31-42 43-46 46-53 53-62 62 62-65 66-84 67-71 71-79 79 79-84 84 85-93 94-106 94-102 102-105 105 105-106 107-130 107-123 123-130 131-183 131-156 156-170 170 171-183 184-224 184-195 195-205 205-208 209-213 214-216 216-224 225-238 225-234 234-238 239-458 239-270 270-286 286-303 303-315 316-347 347-353 9.7 9.8 9.9 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 X 10.1 10.2 10.3 XI 11.1 11.2 11.3 XII Annex -B Annex-C XIII XIV Housing Urban Development Information and Publicity Labour and Labour welfare Welfare of SC/ST/OBC,Minorities and Forward Communities Social Security and Welfare Nutrition Economic Services Secretariat Economic Services Economic Advice and Statistics Other General Economic Services General Services Stationery and Printing Public Works Civil Supplies Plan Outlays to Local Self Governments Centrally Sponsored Schemes having 100% Central Assistance and NCDC Assisted Schemes Central Sponsored schemes having 50% Central Assistance Annual Aggregate Plan Budget(2019-20) Green Book 353-356 356-364 364-369 369-389 389-426 426-457 457-458 459-495 459-491 491-493 493-495 496-501 496-498 498-499 499-501 502 503-539 540-548 549-551 552 ANNEX-A SECTORAL PROGRAMME- DETAILS OF SCHEMES (STATE PLAN) 1. AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SECTORS 1.1 A. AGRICULTURE Agriculture Research and Education The support to Kerala Agricultural University under Agricultural Research and Education includes support to colleges, research stations, extension and farms attached to the institutions. Kerala Agricultural University (Outlay: ₹ 8250.00 lakh) The Kerala Agricultural University is involved in research, extension and education in agriculture, forestry and agricultural engineering through a network of 7 colleges, 15 Research stations and 16 Research and Extension units, 6 Regional Agricultural Research Stations and a network of farms and KVKs in the State. During 2019-20, an amount of ₹ 8250.00 lakh is provided to KAU. The component wise outlay for 2019-20 is shown below. Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Components Academics Research Infrastructure Development Extension e-Governance Students welfare Total Amount (₹ in lakh) 980.00 3976.00 1960.00 1080.00 196.00 58.00 8250.00 The Outlay is for strengthening the existing activities such as improving educational facilities in the colleges for U.G and P.G programmes, students‟ welfare, development of library, supporting research projects in the campuses and regional stations, infrastructure development and extension activities in the university. Component wise details are given below. 1) Academics Kerala Agricultural University is the only institution rendering agricultural education and thus contributing to the major work force of the state agricultural department and after the trifurcation of the KAU in 2010-11, there are three faculties viz. Agriculture, Forestry and Agricultural Engineering. Under Academics, an amount of ₹980.00 lakh is set apart for assistance to Rural Agricultural Work Experience (RAWE) programme of final year graduate students, Experiential Learning Programme & Strengthening of UG and PG programme, financial support & research grant for M.Sc &Ph.D. students, strengthening Academic Directorate & Examination Wing, strengthening library and Information system and support for conduct of external examination. The outlay also includes the new component for conducting online examinations and evaluations. 2 2) Research An amount of ₹3976.00 lakh is provided under the Research component of the KAU for the year 2019-20 for undertaking research projects suggested by Directorate of Research as below. A suitable monitoring system to monitor and report the progress of plan schemes may be developed by the Directorate of Research. a) Continuing Projects An amount of ₹2539.00 lakh is set apart for the continuing research projects in the following areas. Sl.no. Scheme/Component Amount ₹ in lakh 1 2 Drought Mitigation / Water Management 90.00 Productivity Enhancing Approaches/ Conservation of 1697.00 Traditional Varieties/ Natural Resources 3 Safe to Eat Food Production 219.00 4 High –Tech Agriculture 190.00 5 Secondary Agriculture : Value Addition / Processing 85.00 6 Integrated Farming 103.00 7 Under exploited crops 55.00 8 Social Science Research 100.00 Total 2539.00 b) New Projects An amount of ₹687.00 lakh is set apart for undertaking new research projects in the following areas during 2019-20. Sl.no. Scheme/Component Amount ₹ in lakh 100.00 Flood Management/ Crop management under climate change situations 2. Kuttanad Projects 220.00 3. Farm Machinery Development 20.00 4. Productivity enhancing Approaches /Conservation of 86.00 Traditional Varieties/ Natural Resources 5. Safe to Eat Food Production 45.00 6. High – Tech Agriculture 40.00 7. Secondary Agriculture – Value Addition Processing 40.00 8. Integrated Farming 31.00 9. Under Exploited Crops 15.00 10. Social Science Research(including Centre for Innovation 90.00 and Inter-disciplinary Research) Total 687.00 In the backdrop of the floods that affected the state during this year, emphasis has been given for projects addressing the flood situations of Kuttanad which include three projects viz. 1. Development of short duration variety from Uma maintaining all qualities (₹ 20lakhs), 2. Biocontrol of water hyacinth (₹20lakh) and 3. Strengthening of five research stations in Kuttanad area (₹ 180lakh). 1. In order to promote innovation through interdisciplinary research a centre is proposed to be established with the inclusion of best researchers from the existing staff in various fields. Under Social Science Research an amount of ₹50 lakh is set apart for Centre for Innovation and Interdisciplinary Research. 3 The detailed projects should be submitted for approval, before release of amount. c) AICRP Projects (25 % State Share) An amount of ₹750.00 lakh is set apart as 25 %State share of the AICRP and AINP projects for 2019-20.A separate proposal for support of state share to be prepared. 3) Infrastructure Development During 2019-20, an amount of ₹1960.00 lakh is set apart for the Infrastructure Development of the University. The assistance is for new constructions, renovation works including maintenance of quarters/ office buildings/ compound wall and improvements of farm roads, Irrigation and drinking water and Electrical works. Out of the total outlay, ₹1300 lakhs is for undertaking new constructions in the different institutions as given below. This also includes ₹300 lakh set apart for construction of Academic Block and hostel complex for the strengthening of new college established at RARS, Ambalavayal. NEW PROJECTS Sl. No. Components I 1 KAU Head Quarters Vellanikkara Internal Roads,earth cutting ,providing parking area, drainage system & construction of retaining wall at Academic Research & management building Construction of Mini Pavilion with changing room and toilet (balance work) at Main Campus Vellanikkara Compound wall CRS Madakkathara Multipurpose hall for games Construction of drinking water filteration/ Purification Plant RARS Ambalavayal Construction of Academic block and Hostel Complex (1st phase) College of Agriculture, Vellayani Construction of Ladies Hostel Annex (extension) Construction of second floor of UG Academic block including electrification and furnishing KCAET Tavanur Construction of compound wall/fencing river side Manjeswaram Construction of compound wall COA Padannakkad Construction of Ladies Hostel, Padannakkad (first phase) Sheet roofing of roof top for Exam hall / Seminar hall AMPRS Odakkali Construction of compound wall ORARS Kayamkulam Construction of compound wall RARS Pattambi Construction of Hostel for diploma students CSRC (IFSRS)Karamana Construction of guest house (1st phase) 2 3 4 5 II 6 III 7 8 IV 9 V 10 VI 11 12 VII 13 VIII 14 IX 15 16 Total Amount ₹ in Lakh 40.00 45.00 10.00 75.00 50.00 300.00 100.00 175.00 15.00 10.00 180.00 30.00 10.00 10.00 150.00 100.00 1300.00 4 4) Extension In order to strengthen the Extension activities, an amount of ₹1080.00 lakh is provided during 2019-20 for the following activities. An amount of ₹740 lakhs is set apart for the ongoing projects and ₹340 lakhs for new projects in respective areas as given below. a). NEW PROJECTS Sl.no Scheme/Component 1 Extension support for reviving agriculture in different agro climatic zones 2 Establishment of Farm Business School, Entrepreneurship Facilitation Programme and Technology Business incubators 3 Assessment of technology adoption in different agro climatic zones of Kerala 4 Capacity building for extension personnel of development agencies 5 Evolving extension strategies for climate resilient agriculture 6 Gender specific studies Total b) CONTINUING PROJECTS Sl.no Scheme/Component 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Strengthening the extension interface of Kerala Agricultural University through different transfer of technology initiatives and advisory services Human Resource Development in Agriculture Participatory development initiatives – support to LSGI & Government Missions Entrepreneurship Development Programme Input supply & services for revival of Kerala‟s agriculture Strengthening innovation processes of farmers and agri entrepreneurs Enhancement of livelihood options for women and vulnerable sections of society Extension interventions for value chain management Developing content and applications for cyber-extension Total Amount ₹ in lakh 166.00 57.00 21.00 27.00 43.00 26.00 340.00 Amount ₹ in lakh 250.00 68.00 95.00 85.00 92.00 20.00 68.00 30.00 32.00 740.00 5. E-Governance An amount of ₹ 196.00 lakh is provided for the implementation of total e-governance solution in KAU during 2019-20.The amount is provided for strengthening e-governance and ICT facilities and strengthening of planning activities of KAU . 6. Students welfare An amount of ₹ 58.00 lakh is provided for the implementation of students welfare programmes in KAU. The amount is provided for strengthening of the Directorate of students welfare, skill development, arts and sports competitions and other students welfare activities. A new component viz. Setting up of language lab and equipments for healthfitness club is also included during this year. 5 All salary expenses of permanent staffs should be met from Non plan and EAPs of the University and no post creation is allowed under plan fund. Institutional overheads are not included in State Plan provision of KAU in the budget. Electricity, water charges etc. which are non-plan items are not included under the plan provision. The plan fund will be released as per the administrative sanction issued from Government similar to the system followed for other Universities. B. CROP HUSBANDRY The allocation for the year 2019-20 focuses on securing the food crop production needs of the areas affected by flood. The outlay provided under Crop Husbandry sector is ₹658.77 crore for the schemes suggested for implementation during 2019-20. The comprehensive focus for food crop production aiming at self-sufficiency in vegetable production and enhancing production of rice, millets, pulses and tubers will be continued during 2019-20 also. Crop Development 1. Food Crop Production (Outlay: ₹ 16725.00 lakh) The food crop production project contains four schemes, viz, Rice Development, Development and promotion of Location specific crops, Vegetable Development and Development of Pulses and Tubers. A reorientation of the project focusing on convergence, additional resources, new components and institutional development linking with HarithaKeralam was proposed for implementation in 13th plan. An amount of ₹167.25 crore is provided for the scheme during 2019-20. It is envisaged that atleast 33 percent of beneficiaries of the project will be women. (i) Rice Development In the rice development scheme major thrust is given for the promotion of fallow land cultivation and group based paddy promotion concentrated in the major rice growing tracts of the State under seven Special Agriculture Zones with natural endowments for augmenting rice productivity. The ultimate objective would be to increase the area under rice to 3.00 lakh Ha by the end of 13th five year plan. An outlay of ₹90.85crore is provided during 2019-20. An amount of ₹6500.00 lakh is provided for providing input assistance under sustainable rice development component. Out of this outlay, an amount of ₹200.00 lakh is earmarked for Thrissur kole lands, ₹400.00 lakh for Palakkad district and ₹100.00 lakh for Pokkali Padasekharams .The support of input assistance will be linked to quality seeds, organic inputs, certification and bio control agents. An amount of ₹300.00 lakh is set apart for promoting group farming activities of the active Padasekharasamithies. The amount will be released to Padasekharasamithies based on a transparent criterion for promoting group farming and facilitating e- payment system. The padasekharams will be revitalized and encouraged to set up rice mills. Good Agricultural Practices(GAP) certification assistance will also be provided to padasekharams. An amount of ₹150.00 lakh is set apart to provide operational support to paddy development agencies in a project based manner. The comprehensive approach for continuing the three year support as ...
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