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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Government introduce Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Program (SVEP)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
 MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 

LOK SABHA
 STARRED QUESTION NO. 61 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 07.02.2019 

START-UP VILLAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM


61. SHRI D.K. SURESH: 
SHRI NALIN KUMAR KATEEL: 


Will the Minister of RURAL DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state: 
  • (a) whether the Government proposes to introduce Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Program (SVEP) in the country and if so, the details thereof; 
  • (b) the objectives of the said program; 
  • (c) whether the Government has set any guidelines and time-frame for the implementation of the said program; 
  • (d) if so, the details thereof; and 
  • (e) the quantum of funds allocated for the said purpose by the Government? 
VILLAGE+ENTREPRENEURSHIP+PROGRAM
ANSWER 
MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT (SHRI NARENDRA SINGH TOMAR) 

(a)to (e): A Statement is laid on the Table of the House. 
STATEMENT (a) to (e) REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO. *61 TO BE ANSWERED ON 07.02.2019. 

(a)to (e): The Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) is implementing the Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Program (SVEP), as a sub-scheme under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NRLM). The scheme was approved on 6th May, 2015. 

The objective of the scheme is to help the rural poor to set-up enterprises at the village level in non-agricultural sectors. Besides providing start-up capital, a cadre of Community Resource Persons-Enterprise Promotion (CRP-EP) is set up to provide business support services to enterprises. 

The Ministry has issued detailed guidelines for implementing the program. Accordingly, States have to submit supplementary Annual Action Plans (AAPs) for identified blocks. Once approved, a Detailed Project Report (DPR) is prepared for the block which provides, among other things, the details regarding the potential number of enterprises to be formed over the 4- year project period. 

As on 31st January 2019, AAPs have been approved for 153 blocks across 23 States. DPRs have been approved in 108 blocks in 19 states. As per the approved DPRs, 1.76 lakh enterprises are targeted for formation over a 4-year project period. As on 31st January, 2019 a total of 33,616 enterprises has been set up. 

The details of funds released to the States are given in Annexure I. 

Annexure – I referred in reply of Lok Sabha Starred Question No. *61 for answer on 07.02.2019 regarding Start-up Village Entrepreneurship Programme 

Central Share released to States/UTs (Rs. in Lakhs)
No.
State
Funds Sanctioned Central Share Central Share Released*
1
Andhra Pradesh 4475.30 2685.18 1360.55
2
Bihar 6404.21 3842.53 1955.45
3
Chhattisgarh 3566.17 2139.70 1149.08
4
Gujarat 1617.20 970.32 727.74
5
Haryana 2907.90 1744.74 738.27
6
Jammu & Kashmir 931.09 837.98 628.49
7
Jharkhand 5733.06 3439.84 1733.80
8
Kerala 7582.08 4549.25 3411.93
9
Madhya Pradesh 4440.52 2664.31 1202.83
10 Maharashtra 1225.00 735.00 578.25
11 Manipur 30.00 27.00 27.00
12 Meghalaya 444.34 399.91 99.98
13 Mizoram 60.00 54.00 54.00
14 Nagaland 1112.37 1001.13 750.86
15 Odisha 4115.51 2457.31 952.22
16 Punjab 513.04 307.82 76.95
17 Rajasthan 2620.50 1572.30 714.47
18 Tamil Nadu 1018.40 611.04 152.76
19 Telangana 1254.12 752.47 591.39
20 Uttar Pradesh 3230.26 1938.16 820.81
21 West Bengal 3435.73 2061.44 825.30
56,716.80 34,791.43 18,552.13
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