Allocation under Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram Scheme

Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS), identified as Core of the Core Scheme by NITI Aayog

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS

LOK SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.1392 ANSWERED ON 10.02.2021

ALLOCATION UNDER PMJVK SCHEME

1392.  DR. G. RANJITH REDDY
           SHRI PASUNOORI DAYAKAR
           SHRI VENKATESH NETHA BORLAKUNTA
           SHRIMATI KAVITHA MALOTHU

Will the MINISTER OF MINORITY Affairs be pleased to state:

(a) the aims and objectives of Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK);

(b) whether it is true that Rs. 1390 crores have been allocated for 2021-22 under the programme;

(c) if so, the reasons for only 36 per cent of amount being spent as of December, 2021;

(d) the status of implementation of PMJVK in Telangana; and

Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram

(e) the manner in which the Government proposes to spend the remaining budget amount in the remaining three months?

ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 

(SHRI MUKHTAR ABBAS NAQVI)

(a) to (d): The Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS), identified as Core of the Core Scheme by NITI Aayog, is implemented in collaboration with the States/UTs etc., with the objective of improving socio-economic condition and basic amenities in identified Minority Concentrated Areas(MCA) mainly through gap filling in various existing CSS and through innovative projects recommended by the State Govts/UTs as per the need of the identified areas.In 2018, the areas covered under PMJVK was increased from 90 Districts originally to 308 Districts in 33 States/ UTs. The MCAs included 870 Minority Concentration Blocks (MCBs) and 321 Minority Concentration Towns (MCTs), 109 Minority Concentration District Headquarters (MCD Hqrs).PMJVK has recently been restructured and approved by the Cabinet on 19.01.2022 for continuation over the 15thFinance Commission Cycle. The Scheme is now being implemented in all Districts thereby covering every block and town of the Country.

Under the scheme, proposals are sought from the States/UTs/Central Government Organisations where the concentration of minority population is more than 25% in the catchment area (5 km radius) as per Census 2011 and subsequent Census as and when it takes place, after due certification of State Level Committee/Central Government Organisation. In States/UTs where a notified minority community is in majority, a lower cut off of 15% of the minority population other than that of the minority community in majority, is adopted for the catchment area (5 km radius) where the project is proposed. Priority sectors under the Scheme are education, health, skill development and women centric projects.

The budget allocated for PMJVK during 2021-22 is Rs. 1390 crore, which has later been revised to Rs. 1199.55 crore at Revised Estimate (RE). The expenditure under PMJVK till 07.02.2022 is Rs. 861.94 crore which is more than 70% of RE.

Under Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK), project proposals are received from the State Governments/UT Administrations after the same are recommended by State Level Committee (SLC). The proposals are then appraised by the Screening Committee (SC) and approved by the Empowered Committee (EC) in the Ministry.

In the State of Telangana, PMJVK earlier covered 6 District which included 8 MCTs, 3 MCBs and 1 District Headquarter. With the revision of the scheme, PMJVK will now be implemented in all the Districts of Telangana. Since inception of the scheme, projects with a total cost of Rs. 1170.32 crore have been sanctioned for the State of Telangana, which includes 54-Residential Schools, 11-Common Service Centres (CSCs), 20- Hostels, 02-ITIs, 07- School Buildings, 01- Jr College, 133- Additional Classrooms, 50- Anganwadi Centres, 09-Health Centres, 367-Teaching Aid, 05-Toilets in School and4225-Skill Trainings etc.

Since 2014-15, projects with a total cost of Rs. 1151.36 crore have been sanctioned for the State of Telangana which includes 54-Residential Schools, 11-Common Service Centres (CSCs), 20-Hostels, 02-ITIsand 04- School Buildings etc.

Out of the projects approved, construction of 08-Residential Schools, 03-Common Service Centres, 04-Hostels, 03-School Buildings, 01-Junior college, 97 –Additional Classrooms, 11-Anganwadi Centres, 05-Health Centres, 04-Toilets in schools, 2731-Skill Development trainings, and 367-Teaching Aid have been completed.


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