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Budget Allocation,Details of Fund Released and Utilized to State Governments/UT Administrations thereof under the Scheme of Pre-Matric,Post-Matric,Scholarship for ST students

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
(MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS) 

LOK SABHA 
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.4342 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 07.01.2019 

BUDGET ALLOCATION 

4342. SHRI PRATHAP SIMHA 
          KUMARI SHOBHA KARANDLAJE: 

Will the Minister of TRIBAL AFFAIRS be pleased to state: 

  • (a) whether the budget allocation of the Ministry has gone up from Rs. 5329.32 crore in the year 2017-18 to Rs. 5957.18 crore in 2018-19; 
  • (b) if so, the details thereof and the details of States which have fully utilised the funds and of those which have not; 
  • (c) the steps taken to develop the skills of the ST youth for a variety of jobs as well as self-employment and to improve their socio-economic condition; and 
  • (d) the steps taken to improve income and livelihood of tribals in the country? 
BUDGET+ALLOCATION
ANSWER 
MINISTER OF STATE 
IN THE MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 
(SHRI JASWANTSINH BHABHOR) 

(a)&(b)   Yes, Madam. The details of budget allocation of the Ministry during the last two years 2017-18 and 2018-19 is given below:- 
(Rs. in Crore)
Year
Budget Estimate
Revised Estimate
Expenditure
2017-18
5329.32
5329.32
5317.38
2018-19
6000.00
-
5097.96
(As on 31.12.2018)
Most of the schemes/activities are demand driven. Funds are not allocated State-wise under these schemes. Submission of proposals by the State Governments seeking grants under the ongoing schemes / programmes is an ongoing phenomenon. Proposals received from the State Governments are placed before the Project Appraisal Committee (PAC) in the Ministry for appraisal and approval of annual plan of the State in accordance with the guidelines / norm stipulated under the schemes/ programmes. The details of funds released and utilized by States under certain schemes of this Ministry is given at Annexure. 

(c) & (d)  Ministry of Tribal Affairs has been implementing a scheme of Vocational Training in Tribal Areas through NGOs with the main aim to develop the skill of the ST youth for a variety of jobs as well as self employment and to improve their social-economic condition by enhancing their income. Each VTC under the scheme may cater to 5 vocational courses in traditional skills depending upon the employment potential of the area. Further, under the schemes of SCA to TSS and Article 275(1) of the Constitution, the Government has adopted a multi-pronged strategy for income generation among tribal people including the tribal youth through skill development and various training programmes. This also covers activities such as establishment of agro/forest/natural recourses based micro / village industries through training of Tribal Cooperatives, SHGs and individual entrepreneurs, promotion and skill development in traditional tribal culture areas like tribal jewelry, painting, dance forms, music and culinary art, Village tourism, Eco-tourism, etc. Funds are also released towards skill development / other income generating schemes for (i) Planning and Management including office management (ii) Solar Technician / Electrician (iii) Beautician (iv) Textiles, sericulture, embroidery, handicraft and handloom development (v) Skills required for day to day construction works (such as Plumbing, Mason, Electrician, Fitter, Welder, Carpenter) (vi) Refrigeration and A/C Repairing (Vii) Mobile Repairing (viii) Nutrition (ix) Ayurvedic & tribal medicines (x) IT (xi) Data Entry (xii) Fabrication (xiii) Paramedics and Home Nurse Training (xiv) Automobile Driving and Mechanics (xv) Electric and Motor Winding (xvi) Security Guard (xvii) House Keeping and Management (xviii) Retail Management (xix) Hospitality (xx) Eco-tourism and (xxi) Adventure Tourism. 

Besides, Tribals earn a part of livelihood income through procurement and sale of Minor Forest Produces (MFPs). In addition, they undertake primary level value-addition of MFPs which fetch them better prices. Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Ltd.(TRIFED), a Co-operative Society under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, organizes skill up-gradation training for the tribals to enable them master the good practices of collection, storage, value-addition & marketing so that they can get higher earnings from such secondary sources. 

Further, National Scheduled Tribes Finance and Development Corporation (NSTFDC), a Central Public Enterprise under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs also implements various schemes for self-employment of Scheduled Tribes who are unemployed or underemployed such as (i)Terms Loan Scheme (ii) Adivasi Mahila Sashaktikaran Yojana (iii)Micro Credit Scheme for Self Help Group (iv) Adivasi Shiksha Rrinn Yojana”. 
Annexure
Annexure referred in reply to part (a) & (b) of Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No. 4342 by SHRI PRATHAPSIMHA and KUMARI SHOBHA KARANDL AJE regardin g “Budget Allocation”. 

(i) Details of Fund Released and Utilized to State Governments/UT Administrations thereof under the Scheme of Pre-Matric Scholarship for ST students.
(₹ in lakh)
Sl.No.
Name of the State/UT
2017-18
Fund Released
Utilised
(as on 03.01.2019)
1
A.&N. Islands
0.00
0.00
2
Andhra Pradesh
5282.94
5282.94
3
Arunachal Pradesh
0.00
4
Assam
0.00
5
Bihar
0.00
6
Chhattisgarh
1805.30
1805.30
7
Daman & Diu
8.04
8.04
8
Goa
3.75
3.75
9
Gujarat
3650.84
3650.84
10
Himachal Pradesh
0.00
11
Jammu & Kashmir
0.00
12
Jharkhand
1704.53
1704.53
13
Karnataka
1364.59
1364.59
14
Kerala
0.00
15
Madhya Pradesh
5539.17
5539.17
16
Maharasthra
0.00
17
Manipur
619.09
71.74
18
Meghalaya
156.69
122.94
19
Mizoram
132.25
132.25
20
Nagaland
0.00
0.00
21
Odisha
5134.98
5134.98
22
Rajasthan
3284.79
3284.79
23
Sikkim
25.72
25.72
24
Tamil Nadu
0.00
0.00
25
Telangana
358.02
358.02
26
Tripura
232.89
0.00
27
Uttar Pradesh
0.00
0.00
28
Uttrakhand
104.44
104.44
29
West Bengal
0.00
0.00
Total
29408.03
28594.04
(ii) Details of Fund Released and Utilized to State Governments/UT Administrations thereof under the Scheme of Post Matric Scholarship for ST students.
(₹ in lakh)
Sl.No.
Name of the State/UT
2017-18
Fund Released
Utilised
(as on 03.01.2019)
1
A.&N. Islands
0.00
0.00
2
Andhra Pradesh
8269.11
8269.11
3
Arunachal Pradesh
5803.65
5803.65
4
Assam
2516.48
2516.48
5
Bihar
71.25
6
Chhattisgarh
3811.26
3811.26
7
Daman & Diu
26.19
8
Goa
364.80
364.80
9
Gujarat
14609.74
14609.74
10
Himachal Pradesh
3123.36
3123.36
11
Jammu & Kashmir
2322.56
2033.20
12
Jharkhand
2716.50
2716.50
13
Karnataka
8873.31
8873.31
14
Kerala
2745.46
2745.46
15
Madhya Pradesh
10320.50
10320.50
16
Maharashtra
10884.91
10884.91
17
Manipur
6382.55
6370.06
18
Meghalaya
770.50
770.50
19
Mizoram
2434.73
2434.73
20
Nagaland
2515.00
2515.00
21
Odisha
8784.18
8784.18
22
Rajasthan
19912.49
19912.49
23
Sikkim
1247.32
1247.32
24
Tamil Nadu
2440.39
2440.39
25
Telangana
18031.25
16187.25
26
Tripura
2756.25
2756.25
27
Uttar Pradesh
1244.91
907.16
28
Uttrakhand
600.25
29
West Bengal
2807.89
2807.89
Total
146386.79
143205.50
(iii) Non-Governmental Organisations funded during 2015-16 to 2018-19 under the Scheme of Vocational Training Centre in Tribal Areas state-wise

S.No.

Name of the Organisation

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19 (as on 08.11.2018)
ASSAM
1
Dr. Ambedkar Mission, Vill-Dhopatari, Po-Changsari,
Pin- 781101, Kamrup, Assam.

3060000

5949335

-
2
Gram Vikas Parishad, PO-Jumarmur, Distt-Nagaon, Assam.

3120000

6120000

2999980
3
Pathari Vocational Institute, Bar Library, Nagaon, Assam

3120000

6240000

3120000
Total
9300000
18309335
6119980
KARNATAKA
4
Sri Manjunatha Swamy Vidya Sanstha, Davangere,

-

5960000

-
Total
0
5960000
0
MADHYA PRADESH
5
Bandhewal Shiksha Samiti, Village - Timarni, Distt. Harda, Bhopal

-

8308629

2505576
Total
0
8308629
2505576
MEGHALAYA
6
Nongkrem Youth Development Association, PO-Nongkrem, Via- Madamriting, Shillong-793021.

-

5933200

-
Total
0
5933200
0
NAGALAND
7
Vitole Women Society, Below Putuonuo Nursing Home, New Market Road, Kohima-797001, Nagaland


-


-


2712000
8
Women Welfare Society, PO - Atoizu, Zunheboto, Nagaland

2448000

-

-
Total
2448000
0
2712000
TAMIL NADU
9
BharathiarMakkalNalvaluSangham, 82, Sanyasi Kundu Extn., Kitchipalayam, Salem-636015.

3120000

6155000

3120000
Total
3120000
6155000
3120000
Grand Total
14868000
44666164
14457556
Note 1:The grant-in-aid under the schemes of Vocational Training in Tribal Areas (NGO Component) are released only after receipt of Utilization Certificate of previous grant and hence, under the schemes no Utilization Certificate is pending. Unspent balance if any, is adjusted while releasing subsequent grant to the particular NGO project. 

(iv) Statement showing fund released and utilization reported under Article 275(1) during 2016-17 and 2017-18:

S.N

States
2016-17
2017-18
Total Released
Utilization Reported
Total Released
Utilization Reported
1
Andhra Pradesh
2869.43
2869.43
4591.11
757.26
2
Arunachal Pradesh
6580.53
6580.53
8378.82
3324.68
3
Assam
844.12
0.00
0.00
0.00
4
Bihar
1467.58
1433.88
991.89
0.00
5
Chhattisgarh
10488.52
9528.97
10964.49
10889.52
6
Goa
450.00
5.54
103.00
0.00
7
Gujarat
9739.02
9739.02
11384.08
6504.78
8
Himachal Pradesh
1595.87
1595.87
2074.70
1995.53
9
Jammu & Kashmir
3539.66
156.77
3049.06
0.00
10
Jharkhand
9489.38
4346.09
12386.93
2154.61
11
Karnataka
4664.00
2889.95
5881.74
2086.35
12
Kerala
695.58
412.86
803.17
0.00
13
Madhya Pradesh
14971.43
14971.43
22399.48
4587.92
14
Maharashtra
11536.53
11536.53
13862.24
2572.45
15
Manipur
1694.40
1694.40
2308.80
2308.80
16
Meghalaya
1576.21
536.36
3603.40
350.00
17
Mizoram
1927.49
1927.49
2504.41
2504.41
18
Nagaland
6368.00
6368.00
4434.11
0.00
19
Odisha
11954.96
11954.96
15995.30
2900.00
20
Rajasthan
10341.39
10341.39
10240.58
2048.12
21
Sikkim
1147.00
845.23
405.30
354.48
22
Tamil Nadu
798.24
798.24
378.00
0.00
23
Telangana
3608.05
3608.05
5015.32
0.00
24
Tripura
1280.99
1280.99
2040.99
730.80
25
Uttar Pradesh
1138.62
0.00
189.00
0.00
26
Uttarakhand
0.00
0.00
1577.56
262.68
27
West Bengal
5814.37
5814.37
5376.51
1133.48
Total
126581.37
111236.35
150939.99
47465.87
(v)Statement showing fund released and utilization reported under Development of PVTGs during 2016-17 and 2017-18:
(Rs. in Lakh)
S.No
Name of State
2016-17
2017-18
Total Release
Utilization Reported
Total Release
Utilization Reported
1
Andhra Pradesh
5105.00
5105.00
2076.00
1557.00
2
Andaman & Nicobar Island
100.00
0.00
200.00
0.00
3
Bihar
342.87
0.00
295.91
0.00
4
Chattisgarh
1230.00
1230.00
1089.50
817.50
5
Gujarat
779.12
109.91
390.67
228.63
6
Jharkhand
3120.00
0.00
2043.75
1818.67
7
Karnataka
136.00
100.00
467.00
467.00
8
Kerala
100.00
0.00
62.00
0.00
9
Madhya Pradesh
10460.40
9950.40
8232.46
7905.72
10
Maharashtra
2077.00
0.00
1226.25
1226.25
11
Manipur
329.00
0.00
195.00
195.00
12
Orissa
1379.00
164.00
1297.00
548.31
13
Rajasthan
1331.00
843.00
1038.00
833.31
14
Tamil Nadu
3055.00
0.00
1770.75
0.00
15
Telangana
1139.00
1139.00
778.00
434.50
16
Tripura
2250.00
1161.92
2305.00
229.98
17
West Bengal
574.00
0.00
330.75
330.75
18
Uttarakhand
292.48
0.00
130.00
130.00
19
Uttar Pradesh
0.00
0.00
17.96
0.00
Total
33799.87
19803.23
23946.00
16722.62
(vi) Statement showing fund released and utilization reported under Special CentralAssistence to Tribal Sub-Scheme during 2016-17 and 2017-18:
(Rs. in Lakh)
S.N.
States
2016-17
2017-18
Total Release
UC
submitted
Total Release
UC
submitted
1
Andhra Pradesh
5000.42
5000.42
3624.77
3624.77
2
Assam
3407.80
676.30
0.00
0.00
3
Bihar
743.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
4
Chhatisgarh
11717.82
11717.82
14327.57
12435.37
5
Goa
455.68
455.68
559.09
0.00
6
Gujarat
9488.00
9488.00
10270.41
8934.63
7
Himachal Pradesh
1959.39

1959.39
2291.20
2225.46
8
J & K
3671.61
3590.61
3626.50
0.000
9
Jharkhand
9820.75
8246.91
11372.49
2195.85
10
Karnataka
5100.00
5100.00
5955.37
1073.52
11
Kerala
808.09
288.10
808.43
367.06
12
Madhya Pradesh
19236.61

15715.58
22828.70
9120.00
13
Maharashtra
9547.00
9547.00
13760.38
3202.72
14
Manipur
2260.00
2260.00
3790.38
3790.38
15
Meghalaya
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
16
Mizoram
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
17
Nagaland
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
18
Odisha
11806.27
11806.27
11975.00
2100.00
19
Rajasthan
11072.90
11072.90
10051.83
2512.72
20
Sikkim
1497.62
399.95
5986.00
242.89
21
Tamilnadu
600.00
200.00
894.10
101.10
22
Telangana
3845.35
3845.35
4493.55
1436.39
23
Tripura
1345.76
1245.70
1649.77
1602.69
24
Uttarakhand
0.00
0.00
679.00
679.00
25
Uttar Pradesh
121.92
0.00
458.35
0.00
26
West Bengal
5995.50
5995.50
5397.11
4473.21
Total
119502.23
108611.48
134800.00
60117.76
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