STATE ACTION PLAN OF ISOPOM SCHEME FOR THE YEAR 2012-13

Integrated Scheme of Oilseeds, Pulses, Oilpalm and Maize (ISOPOM) is a centrally sponsored scheme being implemented in whole of the state. Government of India and the State Govt. share the expenditure incurred under the scheme in the ratio of 75:25. Between Centre and State Government. Main objective of the scheme is to increase the area, productivity and production of oilseeds and pulses in the state. GOI has approved a Technical Programme/Action Plan of Rs. 963.2550 lakh (` Rs. 722.9423 lakh as central share + ` 240.3137 lakh as State share) has been approved for implementing the following programme of this scheme during the year 2011-12.

Purchase of Breeder seed

GOI has approved ` 1.00 lakh under this component for purchase of 30.00 qtls breeder seed and Haryana Seeds Development Corporation will purchase breeder seeds of oilseed crops from various Central Research Institutes and State Agricultural Universities as per allocation made by Government of India. Full cost of the breeder seeds will be reimbursed to the Corporation.

Production of Foundation seed

GOI has approved `. 3.00 lakh under this component to produce 300 qtls foundation seed from breeder seeds and Haryana Seeds Development Corporation and HAU, Hisar will produce the foundation seeds from the breeder seed through their registered seed growers and at their farms respectively. Financial assistance @ Rs. 1000/- per quintal seed is provided to the Corporation and the University.

Production of Certified seed

GOI has approved ` 30.00 lakh under this component to produce 3000 qtls certified seed from foundation seeds and Haryana Seeds Development Corporation and HAU, Hisar will produce the certified seeds of oilseed crops from the foundation seed through their registered seed growers and at their farms respectively. Financial assistance @ Rs. 1000/- per quintal seed will be provided to the Corporation and the University.

Distribution of Certified seed

GOI has approved ` 60.00 lakh under this component for supplying the 5000 qtls. certified seeds of oilseed crops like Mustard, Toria, Til, Groundnut, Sunflower. Haryana Seeds Development Corporation and other Public Sector agencies, CCS HAU, Hisar will supply the Certified seeds to farmers on subsidy @ 30% cost of seed limited to Rs. 1200/- per quintal.

Block Demonstrations

` 106.00 lakh has been approved by GOI for organizing the Block Demonstration plots on oilseed crops for motivating the farmers to adopt recommended package of practices.. In these demonstrations, inputs like seed, fertilizers, pesticides etc. will be provided to farmers on 50% subsidy limited to Rs. 4000/- per ha for Groundnut, Rs. 2000/ - for rape seed & mustard, Rs. 2500/- for Sunflower, and Rs. 1500/- per ha for Til & Castor. The guidelines sent to you may be strictly adhered to and any deviation from the guidelines will be viewed seriously. District wise physical and financial targets are given in Annexure-I

Seed Minikits

Seed Minikits (Kits having small quantity of seed) of new and promising varieties will be distributed free of cost among the farmers. National Seeds Corporation (NSC) and State Farms Corporation of India (SFCI) and Kribhco will supply the minikits as per allocation made by Government of India. The guidelines sent to you may be strictly adhered to and any deviation from the guidelines will be viewed seriously.

Supply of Gypsum

Gypsum, as a cheap source of Sulphur and provided to farmers on subsidy @ 50% cost of material + transportation cost limited to Rs. 750/- per ha. Haryana Land Reclamation and Development Corporation (HLRDC) will arrange the supply of Gypsum during the year 2012-13 in the State. The sale rate of Gypsum has not fixed so far. HLRDC will supply 16000 MT of Gypsum to cover 32000 hect area of oilseed crops during the current year. The GOI has approved Rs. 240.00 lakh under this component. Application of gypsum should be preferably on soil test basis rather than follow of blanket recommendation. District-wise physical and financial targets are given in Annexure II.

In case short/non supply of Gypsum by HLRDC at the sowing time of the oilseeds crops; the Sulphur 80% WDG as a alternative source of Sulphur can be used for well drained and non-acidic soils but the rate of subsidy will be the same i.e. Rs. 750.00 hect or 50% of the cost, which ever is less. Before issuing the permit of Sulphur 80% WDG, the intimation shall have to be given to the Directorate, so that the HLRDC can be inform accordingly for the supplementary arrangement.

The farmers may be advised to apply the Gypsum with placement method rather than broadcasting technique and special camps may be organized to bring awakening amongst the farmers about the placement method.

Training of Farmers

Trainings of farmers will be organized to make the farming community aware about the new crop production and plant protection techniques innovated by the scientists. There is a provision of financial assistance of Rs. 15000/- per training. ` 6.00 lakh has been approved by GOI for organizing 40 training during the financial year. The training may not be organized in those villages which have already been covered during last year. Crop experts may be invited for imparting the trainings who are well versed the subject. District-wise physical and financial targets are appended as Annexure III. (for a batch of 50 farmers)

Training of Extension Workers

To update the skills of the existing extension worker with regard to the latest technology, the trainings will be imparted to Extension workers of department by the scientists of State Agriculture University or other expert/scientists from the Institutions/ Universities in the field of oilseed production programmes at HAMETI. ` 0.80 lakh has been approved for 5 training camps ( 1 for Groundnut, Castor and Til crop, 3 for Mustard crop and 1 for sunflower crop) for a batch of 30 worker for two days i. e ` 16000/ Training. DDA Jind will draw the funds and hand over to Director, HAMETI for implementing this programme in time. Director, HAMETI, Jind will chalk out the training programmes well in time.

Distribution of Sprinkler sets

Sprinkler sets will be provided to farmers on subsidy @ 50% of cost limited to ` 7500/- per hectare. ` 154.8750 lakh has been approved by GOI for installing 2065 units of sprinkler sets during the current financial year for oilseed crops. This programme will be executed and monitored through ADA (SC) and district-wise target will also be fixed by Soil Conservation branch.

Demonstration on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Demonstrations/bio intensive at different stages/bio-agents

IPM Demonstrations will have to be organized on oilseed crops with financial assistance of ` 930/- per ha on Mustard, ` 1627.50 per ha on Groundnut and `. 1230/- per ha on Sunflower. In these demonstrations, bio-pesticides will be provided to the farmers for the management of pests and diseases with the minimum use of chemical pesticides. GOI has approved ` 60.78 lakh under this component to conduct 6000 IPM demonstrations. This Programme will be executed through JDA (PP) and district-wise target will also be fixed by Plant Protection branch in consultation with ADA (Extn.).

Farmers Field School (FFS)

There is provision of financial assistance of `. 17000/- per FFS. In these FFSs, field training and material will be provided to a group of 30 farmers once in a week for 16 sessions. ` 6.80 lakh has been approved by GOI for organizing 40 FFSs during the financial year 2011-12. The schedule of FFS will be as under

      Weekly training will be imparted to farmers for one day in a week during the entire season.

               Progressive farmers who had obtained higher yields may be involved in all seating.

      A total of 16 sessions will be organized out of which first 10 will be weekly and rest fortnightly.

                  Training will be imparted by facilitators who have under gone season long training during last year/s and by the experts of other organizations.

                  30 farmers from a particular village and 5 Agriculture Officers/lead farmers will be selected for each FFS.

         About 2 acre lands of one of the participating progressive farmer will be used for organizing FFS activities.

                  Selection of villages, farmers, field , extension workers /NGO/ lead farmers will be completed well in time.

                  The programmes will be discovery based learning by doing and participatory approach.

         Curriculum will be local need based and programmes will be run in the morning for about 4-5 hours.

         Main FFS activities will be to grow healthy crops by conserving natural enemies crop pests.

            Rs. 17,000/- will be spent on each FFS in the following manners:-

a)     Honorarium of two facilitators @ ` 75/- per session for 16 sessions ( ` 3000/)

b)     ` 4000/ FFS training materials.

c)      Tea, snacks for trainee and trainers @ ` 10/- participants per FFS (Rs. 6000/-)

d)     For organizing Field days, miscellaneous expenditure (contingencies & POL) will be `. 4000/-

                  The concerned officer will document the proceeding of each FFS along with observations relating to experiment and control plots.

                  Due representation may be given to SC/ST/BC/Women farmers.

 

Wide publicity will be given regarding IPM and field day organization, District Administration as well as local prominent politicians may be invited to preside over Field Day functions.

This Programme will be executed through JDA (PP) and district-wise target will also be fixed by Plant Protection branch in consultation with ADA (Extn.).

 

Plant Protection Equipments

Plant Protection Equipments (Spray pumps) will be provided to farmers on 50% subsidized cost limited to ` 600/- per PPE for manually operated and ` 2000/- for power operated. `. 20.00 lakh and ` 50.00 lakh has been approved for 4000 manually operated and 2500 power operated spray pumps respectively. This Programme will be executed through JDA (PP) and district-wise target will also be fixed by Plant Protection branch in consultation with ADA (Extn.).

Improved Farm Implements

Improved Farm Implements will be provided to farmers with financial assistance @ 50% of the cost limited ` 15000/- per power driven implement, whichever is less. ` 180.00 lakh for power operated implements have been approved by GOI for supplying 1200 power operated farm implements during the current financial year for oilseed crops. This programme will be executed and monitored through JD (A.E.) and district-wise target should be fixed by Agri. Engg. Branch in consultation with in consultation with JDA (CC) & ADA (Extn.).

Publicity

A lump-sum amount of Rs. 2.00 lakh has been made available under the scheme for publicity. Expenditure under this component is fully borne by Government of India. DDAs will distribute the printed materials on crop production technologies of oilseed crops amongst the farmers before the sowing of crops.

Staff and Contingencies

Rs. 32.00 has been approved by GOI for the deployment of staff under this scheme at state H.Q. and Narnaul

 

 

Instructions

 

i)        5-10% flow of funds to Scheduled Caste and 5-10% of women farmers under respective components (Annexure-IV) may be extended in view of the composition of SC farmer in your district.

ii)       Farmers may be identified well in advance.

iii)     The Monthly Progress Report (MPR) should be submitted by 5th of every month.

iv)     The gender wise/ category- wise progress may be reflected in the MPR.

v)      DDAs will review the progress of the scheme periodically and will send the progress report on the implementation of programmes and crop condition during the crop season.

vi)     Submission of list of farmers after 15 days of sowing and results /impact of the demonstrations must be submitted immediately after the harvest of crops.

vii)   Separate bills may be raised for S.C. farmers under separate head of account even in common components


Annexure- I

 

District wise & Crop wise Targets of Block Demonstrations Under ISOPOM For the year 2012-13.

Unit (Hect) (` In lakh)

Sr. No.

District

G. Nut

Castor

Til

Mustard

Sunflower

 

 

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

1

Panchkula

-

-

-

-

 

 

0

0

100

2.50

2

Ambala

-

-

-

-

 

 

50

1.00

250

6.25

3

Yamuna Nagar

20

0.80

-

-

 

 

50

1.00

150

3.75

4

Kurukshetra

-

-

-

-

 

 

20

0.40

300

7.50

5

Karnal

-

-

-

-

 

 

20

0.40

-

-

6

Panipat

-

-

-

-

 

 

20

0.40

-

-

7

Sonipat

-

-

-

-

 

 

20

0.40

-

-

8

Kaithal

-

-

-

-

 

 

20

0.40

-

-

9

Jind

-

-

-

-

 

 

100

2.00

-

-

10

Hisar

60

2.40

50

0.75

50

0.75

200

4.00

-

-

11

Sirsa

60

2.40

50

0.75

15

0.225

300

6.00

-

-

12

Fatehabad

60

2.40

30

0.45

5

0.075

200

4.00

-

-

13

Bhiwani

80

3.20

10

0.15

10

0.15

300

6.00

-

-

14

Mohindergarh

60

2.40

20

0.30

10

0.15

300

6.00

-

-

15

Rewari

60

2.40

20

0.30

10

0.15

300

6.00

-

-

16

Gurgaon

40

1.60

10

0.15

20

0.30

200

4.00

-

-

17

Mewat

20

0.80

-

-

20

0.30

200

4.00

-

-

18

Faridabad

20

0.80

-

-

20

0.30

200

4.00

-

-

19

Rohtak

0

0

-

-

-

0

200

4.00

-

-

20

Jhajjar

20

0.80

10

0.15

-

0

200

4.00

-

-

21

Palwal

0

0

-

-

40

0.60

100

2.00

-

-

 

Total

480

20.00

200

3.00

200

3.00

3000

60.00

800

20.00

 


Annexure-II

 

District-wise physical and financial target of Gypsum to be supplied during 2011-12.

 

(Area in Hect. ) ( Qty. in MT )

Sr.No.

District

HLRDC

 

 

Area to be covered

Quantity of Gypsum

1

Panchkula

400

200

2

Ambala

800

400

3

Y.nagar

800

400

4

K.shetra

800

400

5

Karnal

800

400

6

Panipat

700

350

7

Sonepat

700

350

8

Kaithal

700

350

9

Jind

800

400

10

Hisar

3000

1500

11

Sirsa

3000

1500

12

Fatehabad

3000

1500

13

Bhiwani

4000

2000

14

M.garh

3000

1500

15

Rewari

3000

1500

16

Gurgaon

2000

1000

17

Mewat

2000

1000

18

Faridabad

500

250

19

Rohtak

500

250

20

Jhajjar

1000

500

21

Palwal

500

250

 

Total

32000

16000

 


Annexure-III

 

District wise physical and financial Trainings of Farmers under ISOPOM Scheme during 2011-12

 

 

 

Physical

(In Nos.)

Financial

( ` in lakh)

Sr. No.

District

1

Panchkula

1

0.15

2

Ambala

1

0.15

3

Y.nagar

1

0.15

4

K.shetra

1

0.15

5

Karnal

1

0.15

6

Panipat

1

0.15

7

Sonipat

1

0.15

8

Kaithal

1

0.15

9

Jind

2

0.30

10

Hisar

3

0.45

11

Sirsa

3

0.45

12

Fatehabad

2

0.30

13

Bhiwani

3

0.45

14

M.garh

3

0.45

15

Rewari

3

0.45

16

Gurgaon

3

0.45

17

Mewat

2

0.30

18

Faridabad

2

0.30

19

Rohtak

2

0.30

20

Jhajjar

2

0.30

21

Palwal

2

0.30

 

Total

40

6.00

 


Annexure-III

 

Component wise physical and financial target for General and S.C. category of farmers under ISOPOM Scheme for the year 2012-13

Sr. No.

Component

Unit

Physical targets

Financial targets

( Rs.in lakh)

 

 

 

Gen

SC

Total

Gen

SC

Total

1

Supply of Breeder seed

Qtls.

-

-

-

-

-

1.00

2

Production of Foundation Seed

Qtls.

-

-

-

-

-

3.00

3

Production of Certified

Seed

Qtls.

-

-

-

-

-

30.00

4

Distribution of Certified seed

Qtls.

4500

500

500

48.00

12.00

60.00

5

Block Demonstrations

Ha.

4300

400

4700

97.00

9.00

106.00

 

Demonstration on G/nut Mulching

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

IPM

Ha.

5700

500

6200

55.88

4.90

60.78

7

FFSs

Nos.

-

-

-

6.30

0.50

6.80

8

Farmers Trainings

Nos.

-

-

-

5.70

0.30

6.00

9

Training of Extension Workers

Nos.

-

-

-

0.70

0.10

0.80

10

Publicity

 

-

-

-

0

0

2.00

11

Supply of Gypsum

Ha.

30000

2000

32000

225.00

15.00

240.00

12

Manually operated Spray pumps

Nos.

3600

400

4000

18.00

2.00

20.00

13

Power Operated Spray pumps

 

2300

200

2500

46.00

4.00

50.00

14

Supply of Rhizobium /PSB/Azoto

Ha.

9000

1000

10000

9.00

1.00

10.00

15

Farm implements

 

1100

100

1200

165.00

15.00

180.00

16

Sprinkler sets

Ha.

1885

180

2065

141.38

13.50

154.88

17

Staff

 

-

-

-

0

0

32.00

 

Total

 

 

 

 

817.96

77.30

963.26


Component wise Physical and Financial achievement under ISOPOM during the year 2005-06 to 2011-12 and target for 2012-13.

(Amt. : `. In lakhs)

Sr.

No.

Component

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13 (Target/Achv.)

Pattern of assistance

 

 

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.

Fin.

Phy.(Esti.)

Fin. (Esti.)

 

1

Purchase of breeder seed (Qtls)

2.86

0.23

10.49

0.48

4.11

0.19

23.02

1.22

7.86

0.41

1.72

0.10

1.12

0.08

30

0.20

1.00.

0.04

Full cost

2

Production of foundation seed

200

0.93

158

0.79

247

2.47

502.86

5.03

624

6.24

222.20

2.22

300

56.28

300

-

3.00

-

-do-

3

Production of Certified seed (Qtls)

5000

24.93

8155

41.04

6970

69.70

9326.05

93.26

10460

83.46

2727.78

27.28

2110

5.78

3000

-

30.00

-

-do-

4

Distribution of certified seed (Qtls)

4200

33.44

3572

28.58

5416

65.00

7404.16

88.85

10884

95.05

2554.46

30.65

2190

26.86

5000

2001

60.00

24.00

`. 1200/-qtl.

5

Seed Minikits (No. of M.K.T)

105969

-

16074

 

157589

-

106024

-

221200

-

146027

-

114341

-

55520

55520

-

-

Free of cost

6

Block Demonstrations(Hect)

2916

41.89

4123

60.66

15193

202.82

11651

173.04

7218

126.30

6001

116.45

6487

102.53

4700

4700

106.00

-

50% cost of inputs.

7

Inter Cropping Demonstrations (Hect)

1363

10.96

770

5.74

660

4.06

335

3.38

320

1.50

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

`. 100/-per Hect.

8

Farmers Training (No)

20

3.00

20

3.00

40

5.96

39

5.85

37

6.30

38/40

5.70

35

5.06

40

-

6.00

-

`. 15000/per Camp.

9

Distribution of Gypsum (M.T)

38713

253.67

35363

525.51

46625

575.35

21194.5

261.54

35965

213.84

45221

323.18

 

223.56

32000

10000

240.00

75.00

50% cost of the material + transportation limited to Rs. 750/-per hect whichever is less.

10

i) Sprinkler sets (Nos.)

143

11.63

-

-

-

-

128

9.58

48

4.23

1801

134.46

2457

0.95

2065

-

154.88

-

50% cost of sprinkler set limited to Rs. 7500/-per hect.

 

ii) Rhizobium culture PSB Culture (No. of packets)

60000

3.00

70000

3.50

-

-

4000

0.17

-

-

-

-

-

-

10000

500

10.00

2.00

50% cost of the culture or Rs. 100/-per hect. which ever is less.

11.

HDPE Pipes sets (Upto 800 Mtr) per set.

-

-

-

-

83274

4.44

1126

168.87

-

-

179

26.66

-

-

-

-

-

-

50% of cost of Rs. 1500/- upto 800 Mtr pipe line.

12

Integrated Pest Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i)

FFS (No)

30

4.65

30

4.71

30

4.42

30

3.54

37

5.25

30

4.26

37

4.34

40

 

6.80

 

Rs. 17000/-per FFS.

ii)

IPM Demonstrations (Hect)

5450

36.49

5450

19.26

6400

47.47

7900

58.54

3705

28.67

9360

65.54

9115

46.30

60.5550

-

-

-

50% of the cost input/material limited to specified rates for different crops.

iii)

P.P. equipment (Nos.)

5000

14.61

9000

26.41

6436

40.00

11255

48.60

6391

28.76

3841

16.16

3700

17.17

25.00

-

-

-

50% of the cost limited to Rs. 800 for manually

iv)

Power operated Spray pumps

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

449

8.98

950

18.04

40.00

-

-

-

50% of the cost limited to Rs. 2000/sprayer

v

NPV

1750

2.19

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

50% of cost limited to Rs. 500/-per hect.

13

Improved Farm Implements (Nos.)

 

Power

-

-

-

-

-

-

275

19.70

151

1.64

973

69.94

2604

66.73

1200

-

180.00

-

Rs. 2500/-for manually/bullock drawn and Rs. 15000/-per Power Drawn.

Bullock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

14

Training of Extension workers

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5

0.80

5

0.80

5

1

0.80

0.16

` 16000/trg.

15

Other Charges

-

-

-

-

-

4.20

 

2.69

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

 

 

16

Publicity 100% Funded by GOI.

-

1.22

-

1.95

-

1.00

-

1.70

-

1.68

-

0

-

1.04

-

-

2.00

-

 

17

Staff & Contingency

-

9.87

-

10.69

-

11.42

-

19.11

-

19.55

-

22.50

-

19.43

 

 

40.00

10.00

 

 

Total:

 

452.71

 

733.33

-

1039.30

-

964.66

-

638.56

-

854.88

 

540.03*

 

 

963.255

111.20

 

 

Centre Share

 

339.53

 

549.75

 

789.92

-

723.92

 

479.34

-

641.17

 

405.29

 

 

722.94

83.40

 

State Share

 

113.18

 

182.58

 

259.38

-

240.74

 

159.22

 

213.71

 

134.74

 

 

240.31

27.80


PROGRESS REPORT of INTEGRATED SCHEME FOR OILSEEDS, PULSES, OILPALM AND MAIZE ( ISOPOM ) DURING THE YEAR 2012-13.

State:- Haryana Month:- December, 2012 (Rs. in Lakh)

 

Sr. No.

Component

Unit

Target

Achievement

(Booked)

Physical

Financial

Financial

 

Tar.

Ach.

GOI

share

State

share

Total

GOI

State

Total

Seed Component

1

Purchase of breeder seed

Qtls.

30

0.90

0.75

0.25

1.00

0.04

0.02

0.06

2

Production of foundation seed

,,

300

21.00

2.25

0.75

3.00

0.30

0.10

0.40

3

Production of certified seed

,,

3000

2300

22.50

7.50

30.00

17.25

5.75

23.00

4

Distribution of certified seed

,,

5000

2001

45.00

15.00

60.00

18.09

6.03

24.12

 

Sub Total

 

 

 

70.50

23.50

94.00

35.68

11.90

47.58

Seed infrastructure Development

5

Seed Minikits

No.

55520

55520

-

-

-

-

-

-

6

Block Demonstrations

Ha.

4700

4000

79.50

26.50

106.00

60.00

20.00

80.00

7

Farmer Field Schools (FFSs)

No.

40

30

5.10

1.70

6.80

3.00

1.00

4.00

8

Training of farmers

No.

40

20

4.50

1.50

6.00

2.25

0.75

3.00

9

IPM Demonstrations

Ha.

6000

-

45.585

15.1950

60.78

0

0

0

10

Extension workers Trainings

Nos.

5

5

0.60

0.20

0.80

0.60

0.20

0.80

11

Publicity

-

 

 

2.00

0

2.00

0

0

0

 

Sub Total

 

 

 

137.2850

45.0950

182.38

65.85

21.95

87.80

12

Distribution of Gypsum

Ha.

32000

17352

180.00

60.00

240.00

141.13

47.05

188.18

13

Distribution of PP equipments

 

 

Nos.

 

 

4000

 

 

800

 

 

15.00

 

 

5.00

 

 

20.00

 

 

3.00

 

1.00

 

 

4.00

(a)          Manually operated.

(b)           Power operated

2500

500

37.50

12.50

50.00

7.50

2.50

10.00

14

Farm implements

Nos.

-

-

-

-

-

0

0

0

Bullock drawn

1.Power operated Cultivators

2. Tractor Mounted Sprayers

1200

1000

135.00

45.00

180.00

112.50

37.50

150.00

15

Supply of Rhizobium Culture/Phosphate Solubilising Bacteria.

Ha.

10000

10000

7.50

2.50

10.00

3.00

1.00

4.00

16

Distribution of sprinkler sets

Ha.

2065

-

116.1563

38.7187

154.8750

0

0

0

17

Staff & contingency

 

 

 

24.00

8.00

32.00

7.50

2.50

10.00

 

Total

-

-

-

515.1563

171.7187

686.8750

274.63

91.55

366.18

 

G. Total

-

 

 

722.9413

240.3137

963.2550

376.16

125.40

501.56

Note :- Bills of last year amounting Rs. 269.12/- ( Rs. 201.84 of CS + Rs. 67.28 lakh ) out of Rs .431.07 lakh has been cleared from the available funds.


Statement showing the financial outlay/ achievement of ISOPOM from 2007-08 to 2011-12 and target for 2012-13.

(Rs. In Lakh)

Year

Administrative Approval /Action

Programme

 

Total availability of GOI share

Expenditure

Percentage utilization of Central Share

 

Central Share

State Share

Total

GOI Share

State Share

Total

2007-08

1069.97

355.99

1425.96

812.13

779.92

259.38

1039.30

96.03

2008-09

1286.75

428.25

1715.25

732.22

723.92

240.74

964.66

98.87

2009-10

602.4725

200.1575

802.63

663.177

478.59

158.97

637.56

72.17

2010-11

800.0075

266.0025

1066.01

687.95

641.17

213.71

854.88

93.33

2011-12

1139.1538

379.0152

1518.205

 

T

768.5669

405.29

134.74

540.03

 

70.26

G

642.05

392.29

130.41

522.70

SC

84.6931

13.00

4.33

17.33

ST

41.8238

0

0

0

2012-13

722.94

240..31

963.25

T

Revalidated of unspent

Release

Total

376.16

125.40

501.56

 

364.2829

434.6017

798.8846

G

250.7700 +

422.5782

673.3482

364.16

121.40

485.56

SC

71.6931 +

12.0235

83.7166

12.00

4.00

16.00

ST

41.8238

0

41.8238

-

-

-