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ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT

OF
THENI DISTRICT

IN THE STATE
OF
TAMILNADU

FOR THE YEAR 2007-08

DISTRICT RURAL DEVELPOMENT AGENCY


- THENI
ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT OF THENI DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF
TAMILNADU FOR THE YEAR - 2007-2008

I . DISTRICT PROFILE

i. Location:-

Theni is one of the Southwestern districts of Tamilnadu State is lies in


the Western Ghats . It is bounded on the north by Dindigul district, on the east by
Madurai district, on the south by portions of Virudhunagar district and Idukki district
of Kerala State and on the west by Idukki (Kerala).

ii. Geographical Features:-

The district administrative headquarters of Theni district is situated at


Theni - Allinagaram town. The district lies between 9 30’00’’ and 10 30’’00’ north
latitude and 77’00’00’’ and 78’30’00’’ east longitude. The topographic of the district is
hilly based. The Periyar, Vaigai, and Manjalar rivers are flowing in Theni district.
Vaigai River is flowing in Theni district and it will normally be dry during the summer
season. Theni district comprising of two Revenue Divisions viz., Periyakulam and
Uthamapalayam ,five Revenue taluks, viz.,1.Theni, 2.Periyakulam, 3.Andipatti,
4.Uthamapalayam and 5.Bodinaickanur. There are 8 development Blocks viz.,
Andipatti , K.myiladumparai, Periyakulam, Theni, Bodiinaickanur, Chinnamanur,
Uthamapalayam and Cumbum for Rural development and Local administration .
The total geographical area of the district is 3242.30 Sq. Km. The details
of the name of the taluks and Municipal area has shown in the following table:
AREA
Table 1.1 TALUKWISE AREA

S.No Talukwise area Area in (Sq.km)


1 Theni 201.97
2 Periyakulam 381.03
3 Andipatti 916.90
4 Uthamapalayam 938.07
5 Bodinayakanur 804.33
Total 3242.30

Table 1.2 MUNICIPAL AREA

S.No Municipal area Area in (Sq.km)


1 Theni 22.23
2 Periyakulam 21.10
3 Bodinayakanur 19.33
4 Cumbum 6.58
5 Gudalur 32.00
Total 101.24

Table 1.3 RURAL AND URBAN AREA

S.No Details Area in (Sq.km)


1 Total Rural area 3115.11
Total Urban area (classified by
2 127.19
census of India 2001)
Total 3242.30
DIAGRAM -1
RU
URAL & URBA
AN AREA CLA
ASSIFICATION
N

127
7.19

Totall Rural area

Totall Urban area 
3115.11 (classsified by censu
us of 
India 2001)
iii. Climatic Condition, Rainfall Seasons:-

The claimatic condition of Theni District is normally hot. The following


table shows the temperature and humidity recorded in Theni Station maintained by
the Central Water Commision.

TEMPERATURE AT SELECT STATIONS


Table 1.4: Theni Station (Temp in celsius)

Mean maximum Mean minimum Humidity


Month

Normal Actual Normal Actual 8.30hrs 17.30hrs


Year - 2007

June 34.2 39.0 24.4 21.5 64.6 64.1


July 34.0 35.0 23.6 23.0 75.4 71.3
August 34.9 36.5 23.3 22.0 77.6 78.8
September 33.6 35.5 23 22.5 74.4 69.8
October 33.0 36.5 22.0 20.0 74.1 66.5
November 29.9 33.0 20.8 14.5 75.0 63.0
December 29.9 32.0 19.7 14.0 78.4 61.1

January 30.3 33.5 18.4 15.0 78.9 50.1


Year - 2008

February 32.6 34.0 18.2 17.0 72.6 50.3


March 34.1 34.5 32.3 15.5 78.7 62.7
April 36.1 38.5 23.1 21.0 78.1 58.1
May 35.4 38.0 26.9 21.5 68.8 59.1
Source Central Water Commission Theni

Theni District is basically an agrarian district. However the quantity and quality
of agricultural operations and crop production depends upon monsoon. Theni is a
border district of Kerala .North East monsoon provides more rain and the normal
average rainfall is 833.5mm per annum.The following table shows the monthly
rainfall of Theni District.
DIIAGRAM -2
Meaan maximum
m

80
0

70
0

60
0

50
0

40
0

Mean maximum

30
0
Actual
20
0 Mean maximum

Normal
10
0

0
October
June

August

September

November
July

December

January

February

April
March

Mayy
Yeear  ‐ 2008

Tem
mp in Celsiu
us
DIAG
GRAM -3
Mean minimum
m
Teemp in celsiuus

60
50 Meean minimum
m
Acctual
40
30
20 Me
ean minimum
m
10 No
ormal

February
June

August
September
October
November
December

March
April
May
July

January

p
Year - 20088
DIA
AGRAM -4A
H
Humidity

180
160
140
120
100
80
60 Humidity 17.30hrs
40 Humidity 8.30hrs
8
20
0
September

October

December

April
February

March
June

July

August

January

May
November

Year  ‐ 2008
8
Year 2007 – 2008(in mm)
Table 1.5: Monthly Rainfall Data – Seasonwise

Period Actual Rainfall Normal Rainfall

1.South west Monsoon

Total 237.3 178.4

June 81.4 18.3

July 50.8 27.1

August 53.4 36.2

September 51.7 96.8

2.North East Monsoon

Total 576.7 384.0

October 263.2 186.8

November 108.6 139.2

December 204.9 58.0

3.Winter Season

Total 36.3 48.4

January 0.0 17.9

February 36.3 30.5

4.Hot Weather Season

Total 324.5 222.7

March 256.2 59.2

April 38.5 99.0

May 29.8 64.5

Grand Total 1174.8 833.5

Source: India meteorological Dept. Chennai 6


DIA
AGRAM -4
2007-2008
8 Total Rain
n Fall
G
Graph

1200
1

1000
1

800
1174.8 Series1
600
833.5
400

200

0
Actual Rainfall
A Norm
mal Rainfall
2
2
3
3
4
4
5

0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

1.South west Monsoon 
June
July
J l
August
September
2.North East Monsoon 
October
November
December
3.Winter Season
January
DIAGR
M

February
4.Hot Weather Season
RAM -5
22007-2008 Month

March
Rainfalll Graph

April
wise

May
Acttual Rainfall
Norrmal Rainfall
iv. Net Cultivated, Irrigated, Cultivable Wasteland, Water land and Forest Etc:-

Table 1.7: Land utilization


Fasli: 1416
(Area in Hectares)

Sl. No Classification Geo. Extent (Ha)

1. Forest 103718 32.0


2. Barren and uncultivable uses 43322 13.4
3. Land put to non agricultural uses 24055 7.4
4. Cultivable waste 3878 1.2
Permanent pastures and other grazing
5. 314 0.1
land
Land under miscellaneous tree crops
6. and groves not included in net area 2529 0.8
sown.
7. Current fallow lands. 1883 0.6
8. Other fallow lands 31636 9.7
9. Net area sown 112895 34.8
Geographical area according to village
10. 324230 100.0
papers
11. Total croped area 119746
Area sown more than once(total croped
12. 6851
area – net area sown)

Source : Assistant Director of Statistics, Theni


DIIAGRAM -6
Land Utilzation
U 066-07 Forest

ncultivable usees
Barren and un

Land put to no
on agriculturall uses

35% 32%
Cultivable wasste

Permanent paastures and oth
her 
10%
% 13% grazing  land
7%

Land under m
miscellaneous trree crops 
and groves no
ot included in n
net area 
1%
% sown.
1% 0% 1%
w lands.
Current fallow

Other fallow lands
II. BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE

i. Roads, Railways:-
Roads (in KM)
a) Roads

1 National Highways 162.70


2 State Highways 725.77
3 Municipal Roads 301.85
4 Panchayat Union Roads 603.90
5 Village Panchayat Roads 456.09
6 Others (Forest Road) 58.30
Total 2308.61

b)Railways:-

Bodi to Theni , Meter gauge line run through Madurai. This will link
Madurai to Chennai. However this will take some time for realization. In Theni
district there are 3 railway stations. Facility has been arranged to stop the Madurai
to Bodi Passenger train opposite to Collectrate for Boarding in the Morning and
evening trips for Office goers. In the 2008 – 2009 Central budget, conversion of the
entire Meter Gauge into Broad Gauge from Madurai to Bodi has been approved and
fund has been alorted.The work will be started during 2008-2009.
Route Length
1. Broad Gauge - Nil
2. Meter Gauge - 41.09 Km
3. No. of Railway Stations - 3 (1.Bodinayakanur, 2. Theni 3. Andipatti)
ii. Irrigation (Canal, Tube Wells, Tanks) etc:-

The Public Works Department and Panchayat union tanks, ponds and
supply channels plays an important role in the irrigation of Lakhs in Theni district. But
they have to be desilted and strengthened. New Check Dams and flood protection
walls have to be constructed for water conservation.
Table 2.1: Irrigation by Sourcewise

Source Number Area irregated


I.Surface water
1.Canals
i.Govt.Canals 107 10899
ii.Privte Canals - -

2.Irrigation Tanks
i.Large 20 968
ii.Small 130 643

3.Flow Irrigation
29 3109
i.Major and medium
33 2015
ii.Minor
4.Lift Irrigation
- -
i.Major and Medium
- -
ii.minor
5.Ponds
- -
i.Lift Irrigation
- -
ii.Minor
6.Other sources
- -
i.Lift Irrigation
- -
ii.Flow Irrigation
II.Ground water
3560
1.Tube well
318 6507
2.Bore well
192
3.Dug wells
24488 40280
i.Electric pumpsets
160
ii.Oil pumpsets
Total irrigated area 64613
Table 2.2: Details of Dams

Details
Length
Water
Catchment of
S. No Name of the Dams spread
area (in Height(Ft.) Capacity(M.cft) Canals
area(in
Sq.kms) (in
M.Sq.m)
k.ms)
1 Vaigai Dam 2253.30 24.21 71 6091 51.30

2. Manjalar Dam 119.19 1.96 57 487.35 7.20

3. Periyar Dam 603.00 26.44 136/152 11210/15662 -

4. Sothuparai Dam 46.64 14.46 126 100 7.23


iii. Rural Electrification:-

All villages in the district are electrified except certain pockets of area
in ghat section There are 22613 Pumpsets are energised in the year 1996 in Theni
district.
Street lighting in rural areas is vested with the Panchayat Administration. The
panchayats looks after the erection of new streetlights in the hamlets, payment of
current consumption charges from the panchayat funds. Also the Procurement of
tube lights, sodium vapor lights and other electrical appliances are done by the
connected Panchayats itself. Now solar lights are also being utilized to cut down on
consumption cost. Overall, 95% of the hamlets are covered under Rural
Electrification. Importance have been given in electrifying in streetlights under
AGAMT Scheme During 2006-2007 ,2007-2008, 47 villages have been covered in
this scheme.
Rural Electrificaton

1. No. of Pump sets - 33432


2. No. of Villages Electrified - 194
3. No. of Hamlets Electrified - 286
iv. Power Supply Position:-

Generally power supply position in Theni District is normal. But in some


areas low voltage problem is felt, especially in the hamlets in ghat section. To
minimize the current consumption charges in the Panchayat, efforts were taken to
utilize solar power lights as an alternate and renewable source in Theni District.
a) Electricity in(M.U)

1. Hydro - 643.51 (M.U)


2. Power Purchased - 23.24 MU

b) Consumption of Electricity

1. Industry - 28.43 MU
2. Commerical - 30.33 MU
3. Domestic - 138.17 MU
4 Public Light Line &
Water Works - 26.44 MU
Rual
3 Phase - day time - 6 hours , Night time – 10 hours
Urban 2 Phase - Per day 10 hours
v. Educational and Vocational Training Institutes etc.:-

This training ofers through private training institutions & Colleges to

people belonging to SC / ST communities. Also skill training is given to scavengers

under NSLRS scheme by TAHDCO.

The following table shows the details of Educational Instituation in


Theni District .(2007-2008)
Table No.2.3

S.No.  Details  Nos. 


1  Pre Primary Schools 54
2  Pre Primary Schools 499
3  Middle Schools 171
4  High Schools 53
5  Matriculation Schools 52
6  6. Hr. Sec. Schools 68
7  Matriculation Hr. Sec Schools 20
8  Industrial Training Institutions 5
9  Teachers Training Institutes 6
10  Polytechnics 2
11  Engineering Colleges 3
12  12. Arts & Science Colleges 11
13  Medical College Institutions 2 
14  College of Education 4
15  College of Physical Education 1
16  Horticulture College 1
17  Forest Training college 1
Source: C.E.O, SSA & DIET
III. DEMOGRAPHIC DATA:-
i. Features of population:-
Table No.3.1
Populations as per 2001 census
1. Male 552986 50.55%
2. Female 540964 49.45%
Total 1093950
3. Sex Ratio 978/1000
4. Child (0-6 age
/Group)
a. Males 66705
b. Females 59422
Total 126127
c. Rural child population 58756 46.58%
d. Urban child 67371 53.42%
population
ii. Urban Rural Population:-
Table No.3.2
1. Rural population 502109 45.90%
2. Urban population 591841 54.10%
Taluk wise population:-
Table No.3.3

1. Theni 174145 15.92%


2. Periyakulam 188554 17.24%
3. Uthamapalayam 376963 34.46%
4. Andipatty 186570 17.05%
5. Bodinayakanur 167718 15.33%
Total 1093950

iii. SC/ST. OBCs and Minorities:-


Table No.3.4
1. Scheduled Caste 211800
2. Scheduled Tribes 1686
3 OBC & Minorities(Others) 880464
Total 1093950
iv. Work Force:-
Table No.3.5
1. Main Workers 473708 43.30%
2. Marginal Workers 46572 4.26%
3. Non workers 573670 52.44%
Total workers 1093950
Total Workers
W Cla
assification n:-
Taable No.3.6
1. Cultivators 50436 10.6
65%
2. Agrricultural La
aboures 245989 51.9
93%
3. Woorkers in ho ouse hold in
ndustry 10959 2.3
31%
4. Oth
her workers s 166324 35.11%
Source : Assistaant Director of Statisstics- Theni

DIAGRAM -7 2001 Census


ale Details
Male,Fema

552986
555000

550000

545000 540
0964

540000

535000

530000
1 2
Male Female
e
IV. POVERTY:-

i. Poverty ratios and intensity:-

Over the years, implementation of Anti Poverty Programmes such as,

SGRY and SGSY is yet to make a dent in rural poverty and indebtedness. This

situation needs to be redressed quickly.

In Theni District, it is estimated that 1.59 lakhs people out of the total
of 10.93 lakhs live below the poverty line and 0.52 lakhs people belong to the
working class. So they are in need of wage employment throughout the year.
Schemes such as SGRY provide employment to rural people but it is not sufficient to
provide employment to all needy rural people because of limited financial allocation.
a) Poverty ratios - 384.850
b) Intensity - 30.70%

ii. BPL – APL families:-

Block wise BPL Families:-


Table No.4.1
No of Families % of BPL
Name of the Total No of
n below the 17 House
Panchayat Union Families
cut off marks holds.
1 Andipatti 31878 9783 31
2 Bodinayakanur 20680 8006 39
3 Chinnamanur 14537 4565 31
4 K.Myladumparai 23260 8487 36
5 Cumbum 6950 2083 30
6 Periyakulam 27832 7798 28
7 Theni 19055 5605 29
8 Uthamapalayam 14681 5385 37

Total 158873 51712 33


DIAGR
RAM -8 APL – BPL Families

Total FFamilies  B
BPL Families

25%

7
75%
V. ECONOMIC PROFILE :
i. Area under principal crops:-
Table No.5.1 Fasli 1413 (YEAR 2006-07 ) (In Hectares)
1. Rice(Paddy) 14915

2. Cholam 11998

3. Cumbu 3127

4. Ragi 94

5. Redgram 1873

6. Greengram 292

7. Blackgram 357

8. Groundnut 2037

9. Gingily 665

10. Sunflower 74

11. Cotton 1861

12. Sugarcane (interms of Cane) 9054

13. Chillies 117

14. Onion 464

15. Banana 4102

Crop Area sown Details:-


Area in hecters [fasli 1416(2006-2007)]
Area
S.l..No Details Area - unirrigaed Total
Irrigated
1. Food crops 45476 42090 87566

2. Non - Food crops 19137 13043 32180

3. Total area sown 64613 55133 119946

4. Net area sown 57861 55034 112895


Area sown more than
5. 6752 99 6851
once
6. Total area sown 64613 55133 119946
D
DIAGRAM -9 Area of pricepal crops cultivateed in fasli 141666 (2006-2007)

16000

14000

12000

10000

8000

6000 Series1

4000

2000

0
ii. Animal Husbandry and Fisheries:-
Table 5.2
a) Vetnary Institutions

S.l.No. Details Nos.

1 Vetanry Houspitals 3
2 Vetnary Dispensaries 26
3 Clinical Centres 2
4 Subcentre 68

b) Poultry Development
Table 5.3
S.l.No. Details Nos.

1 Chicks produced in Hatcheries Nil


2 Birds slod for breeding Nil
3 Birds sold for table (Broiler) 11.30

Live stock and Poultry population Table 5.4


c)

S.l.No. Details Nos.

1 Cattle 74277
Buffaloes
2 39650
3 Sheep 52247
4 Goats 83454
Horses and ponies
5 894
6 Pigs 21574
7 Mules 1070
8 Donkeys 1213
9 Domestic Dogs 12938
10 Poultry 515252
source: Animal Husbandary Department Theni
d) Diary Develpoment Table 5.5

S.l.No. Details Nos.


1 Dairies Nil
2 Milk Chilling Plants 2
3 No. of milk Co- operative Socoities 453
4 Milk Production 36641057 Lrs.
Flush Season Liters Perday - 113805
Lean Season Liters per day - 91989
Fisheries
Table 5.4 Fish Catching Details

Name of Revenue
S.l No. Target Fishermen
the Achievements Collection
M.T Benifited
Reservoir Rs. Lakhs

1 Periyar
49 12.683 1.27 42
vaigaidam

2 Manjalar
15 2.750 0.648 66
Dam
Source : AD Fisheries 2007-08

iii. Mining and Forestry based activities:- 2007-2008

Mining:-

In Theni District, quarry leases are being granted for granite in Patta

lands and rough stone and earth quarry leases are being granted in Government and

patta lands under Tamil Nadu Minor Mineral Concession Rules 1959. Public works

Department (WRO wing) is operating sand quarry in riverbeds. A state owned

corporation called Tamil Nadu Metals and Mineral Ltd is also earning quarry / Mining

grants etc in Government lands.

Table. 5.4 Mines and Revenue

Total Quantity Permitted Total Revenue(in


Name of the Mineral
(Cu.Mt.) Rs.)
1783900
Rough Stone Rule 8(1) 47809

Rough Stone Rule 10(A) 20552 799478

Rough Stone Rule 19(1) 44556 1170283

Multicolour Granite Rule 19(A) 3.432 5410

Brick Earth Rule 12 15395 302915

Sand 1189 126000


Total 129504.432 4187986
Forestry land activities:-
As Theni District has 1,03,718 hectares of forest land which constitutes

39% of the total geographical area is 3076.30 Sq. Km, there are abundant produce

rom the forest areas. Nuts collection, herbal plants leaves collection, Tea leave

picking are some the activities in forest sector hill area people depende upon the

works to earn their livelihood.

Source: Assistant Director of Mines

iv. Rural Industries and Manufacturing

Industries and Manurfacturing - 185 - 785 Nos

V. Services and other Activates

Authorized Auto Mobile Service Centre - 20

Unauthorized Auto mobile service centre - 65

VI. EMPLOYMENT STATUS:

i. Employment in agriculture:-

Agriculture and allied sector offer employment opportunities in the rural


areas. Ploughing, sowing and harvesting are the main avenues of agricultural
employment. In many closes the rate of wages paid to the agricultural employees
are not based on the wages fixed by the Government. But at present lumpsum
amount is paid to the agriculture laborers in rural areas.
1. Agriculture - 247071
2. Agriculture Labours - 245989
ii. Employment in Animal Husbandry of Fishries:-

The Employment Opportunities in Animal husbandry sectors better in


this District due to the fuct fertile area in cumbum, Chinnamanur and periyakulam
Blocks areas fishing activity is low and cricked . Fish catching is done where totally
108 fisherman are engaged in fishing activity.
iii. Employment in Mining and Forestry based Activities:-

It is ascertained that nearly 7250 workers are being engaged in mining


quarry activities. Ie. stone crushing, blue metal breaking and sand collection. There
is no specific figures available people engaged in forest activities.

iv. Employment in Rural Industries and other Manufactories


Employment in rural Industries and other manufactories in No. of SSI 353,
Employment in 796 Nos.
Small Scale Industries - 5154
No. of workers - 796 Nos
Employment in factories – 306
No. of workers - 9525 Nos
v. Employment Services and other Activates
1. No. of rural Xerox / urban Xerox Enterprises - 239

vi. Employment /Unemployment scenario, seasonality and Issues


Theni District in addition to this, some of the area people are engaged in small
scale industries, textiles mills and ginning factories.

VII. MIGRATION PATTERN


i. Migration Pattern:-

There is no permanent Migration in Theni District there is only seasonal


migration in this district. The dry area in Theni district Auntipatti and K.Myladumparai
Blocks these people gone to work in Thirupur in Tamilnadu and Moonar in Kerala
State.
ii. Seasons of migration

Normally migration is during summer season to get averment employment


opportunities the rubble migration to nearly state Kerala in Idukky and Moonar area
coffee and Tea estates. Migration inform Aundipatti,Chinnamanur and Periyakulam
Blocks. But the introduction of NREGS and the Rural Infrastructure Scheme the
people in dry land area can get employment opportunities will in due course restrict
the migration.
iii. Rural to Urban Migration:-

The rural people migrated to urban areas for getting better education to
their children and to get permanent work in factories.
iv. Urban to Rural Areas Migration:-

There is no Migration from urban to rural areas in Theni District.

v. Migration within District:-

This type of migration occurs where fertile areas namely chinnamanur


and cumbum blocks for paddy planting work harvest work, coconut grove work and
grapes grove maintaining.

vi. Migration from outside the District:-

There is no in migration from others District to Theni District the


outside migration from Theni District to other District is in a low profile. These
people move to Thirupur in coimbatore District to get regular employment in hoisery
and apparel industries ; This migrants are female where they are getting regular
employment with wages, boarding and lodging in the factory premises itself and get
wages, bonus and a lump sum after three years.

vii. Migration from outside States its seasonally and regional pattern of
out- migration and in- migration:-

There is no in - migration from others states to Theni District. The out -


migration Theni District is in a low profile. These people move to kerala state border
where tea estates, coffee estates and cardamom to get employment.
Viii. Wage employment generated during 2006-07 through wage
Employment Scheme of the Ministry of Rural Development and other Development
Schemes of the Central Government.
Table 8.1

Person days of
Expenditure (Rs. Lakh)
employment
Rural /
Sl. Name of
Urban
No Scheme
Areas Wage All/Total
Male Female Total
Expenditure Expenditure

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 SGRY Rural 585.930 730.606 423825 141275 565100


IX. Wag
ge employm
ment generrated durin
ng 2007-20
008 throug
gh the sche
emes of
the State Goverrnments. T
Table 8.2

Person dayys of
Name of Rural Expenditu
ure (Rs. Lakkh)
employment
Sl. Scheme /
No and Urban Wage All/Total
Male Female
e Total
Ministries Areas Expenditure
E e Expenditure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 AGAMT Rural 138.00 520


0 2750
00 400 27900

Rural
2 MLACDS / 180.00 600.0
00 2700
00 18000 45000
Urban
X. Wage
e employm
ment generrated durin
ng 2007-08 through th
he scheme
es
comp anced by of the NGOs
pletely fina s / Externa
al agencies
s etc.
Table 10
0.1

Rural Person da
ays of
Name of Expenditure (Rs. Lakh)
L
Sl. / employmment
S
Scheme annd
No Urban Wage All/T
Total
O
Organizatio
on Ma
ale Fema
ale Total
Areas Expenditu
ure Expen nditure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

------------N
NIL--------------

XI. Self employme


ent generated during
g 2007-08 th
hrough various prog
grammes of
o
Minis
stry of Rurral Develop
pment and
d other Sch
hemes of th
he Central
Gove
ernment, Sttates and N
NGOs etc. Table 10.2
2

son days off


Pers
Exp
penditure (R
Rs. Lakh )
Nam
me of Scheme/ Rurral / em
mployment
Sl.
Ministries/ Urb
ban
No
State/NGO O Are
eas W
Wage All/Total
Male Female
F To
otal
Expe
enditure Expenditurre
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

EAA: 750
1 SGSY Rural 141.247 110 770 8
880
RF: 161.182
XII. Rura
al And Urb ban Emplooyment sceenario durin
ng 2007-20
008 ,fundin
ng
and strattegies for 2008-2009 Table 10.3
3
Expen
nditure (Rs. Lakh) Fund
ding
Rural /
Sl. All/Total
Mills Urban Total Noo of
No Exp
penditure Male Female
Areas Worke ers
Pe
er Year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
63
1 NREGS 29477
7 44.5
59 lakhs Rs.80/- 80/-
villages

PROJJECT OFFICE
ER
DR
RDA - THENI

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