Implementation of Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana

Implementation of Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT 

LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 5456
TO BE ANSWERED ON 05.04.2022

IMPLEMENTATION OF PMAGY 

Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana

5456. SHRI SUNIL KUMAR SINGH
          SHRI BHARTRUHARI MAHTAB

Will the Minister of SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT be pleased to state:

(a) the details of Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana (PMAGY) along with the details of its budget, objectives, targets and eligibility under the scheme;

(b) the number of villages adopted under PMAGY for integrated development in Odisha;

(c) the number of villages declared as Adarsh village with the targets achieved along with the details of targets achieved in such villages;

(d) the funds sanctioned/released and utilized by the Government in Odisha during each of the last three years and the current year; and

(e) the number of allotments made under PMAGY houses to all eligible families in Odisha during the last five years; district wise?

ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT

(SHRI A. NARAYANASWAMY)

(a): The centrally sponsored scheme of Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana(PMAGY) is being implemented since 2009-10 for integrated development of Scheduled Castes(SCs) majority villages. Since 2018-19, the scheme implementation guidelines were comprehensively revised. During 2021-22, this scheme has been merged with two other existing schemes of this Department to be known as Pradhan Mantri Anusuchit Jaati Abhyuday Yojana(PM-AJAY), for which an amount of Rs.1800.00 er. has been allocated for the financial year 2021-22.

The principal objective of the 'Adarsh Gram' component of the merged scheme of PM-AJAY is integrated development of SC majority villages:

1. Primarily through convergent implementation of the relevant Central and State Schemes; and,

2. To take up identified activities, which do not get covered under the existing Central and State Government Schemes, through 'Gap-filling' funds provided as Central Assistance to the extent of Rs.20.00 lakh per village.

The scheme was started on pilot basis wherein 1000 such villages were selected. In 2014-15, the scheme was further expanded to 1500 more villages. Since 2018-19, 19080 villages have been selected so far under the scheme. Till 2017-18, all such villages having more than 50% SC population were eligible for selection under the scheme. Since 2018-19 onwards, villages having total population 500 or more with more than 50% SC population are eligible for selection under the scheme at present.

(b): In Odisha, a total of 175 villages were selected in 2014-15 out of which 169 were found eligible. Since 2018-19, 946 villages have been selected of which 904 have been found eligible till date.

(c): Till date 2487 villages have so far been declared as 'Adarsh Gram' on achieving the desired parameters, out of which 83 villages are from Odisha.

(d): The funds released by the Department to the State Government of Odisha and utilized by them during each of the last three years and the current year are as under:

Year

Funds released

Funds utilized

2018-19

2818.00

2591.70

2019-20

1787.60

0.00

2020-21

0.00

0.00

2021-22

8172.34

0.00


(e): In 2018-19, the existing scheme guidelines of PMAGY were revised wherein provision has been made to saturate all the eligible households of the selected villages under the scheme of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin(PMA Y-G). As per the position uploaded by the State Government of Odisha on the portal for PMAGY, as on date, out of a total of 61,554 households found eligible for houses under PMAY-G, in the PMAGY villages of Odisha, 73 households have been allotted houses under PMAY-G. The district-wise details are annexed.

Annexure-1

Annexure referred to in reply to Part (e) of the Lok Sabha Unstarred Question No.5456 asked by Shri Sunil Kumar Singh and Shri Bhartruhari Mahtab, Hon'ble Members of Parliament regarding 'Implementation of PMAGY' to be answered on 05.04.2022.

District-wise details of allotments made under PMAY-G to households in PMAGY Villages of Odisha

SL

No.

District

No. of Households found eligible fot nouses under PMAY-G in PMAGY villages of Odisha

No. of Households provider under PMAY-G (as on 31.03.2022

1.

Anugul

1766

0

2.

Balangir

1506

0

3.

Balasore

6837

c

4.

Bargarh

993

0

5.

Bhadrak

6378

3

6.

Boudh

484

66

7.

Cuttack

3825

0

8.

Deogarh

614

0

9.

Dhenkanal

2491

0

10.

Gajapati

241

0

11.

Ganjam

1108

0

12.

Jagatsinghapur

315

0

13.

Jajapur

3159

0

14.

Jharsuguda

558

0

15.

Kalahandi

2234

0

16.

Kandhamal

1705

0

17.

Kendrapara

4379

0

18.

Kendujhar

3114

0

19.

Khordha

1152

4

l20.

Koraput

884

0

121.

Malkangiri

2843

0

22.

Mayurbhanj

1287

0

123.

Nabarangpur

345

0

l24.

Nayagarh

799

0

l25.

Nuapada

903

0

26.

Puri

6851

0

127.

Rayagada

2561

0

128.

Sambalpur

436

0

129.

Sonepur

1724

0

30.

Sundargarh

62

0

Total

61554

73



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