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Nalanda Collectorate

District
2012-13
Plan

District Planning Unit,


Nalanda Collectorate
Nalanda, Biharsharif
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
In pursuance of the decision taken by Govt. of Bihar to ensure that
district plan is an integral part of State plan for the year 2012-13. It is my
pleasure to bringing it out Nalanda District Plan 2012-13. Being the second
integrated district Plan, it sets-down the status of development schemes in
district and identified areas of concern, both sectoral and spatial.

The experience of last few years saw considerable progress on many


fronts in the district but also brought out in sharp contrast the gaps in
infrastructure that became impeders and decelerators in development progress.
Across the district, basic road connectivity, and basic power availability were
turning into development concerns. It is also required for growth and providing
people equality of opportunities in today is changing economy were identified as
needing assessment.

The initiative of preparing the integrated district plan has been taken with
technical support of GoI-UN Joint Convergence Program steered by the
Department of Planning and Development, GoB. Besides, the district facilitator
deputed at districts, state project officials Mr. Brajesh Kumar Das, State Project
Officer; Mr. Raj Kamal Srivastava, State Convergence Facilitator and Mr.
Abhishek Singh, State Convergence Facilitator rendered their regular and
valuable support in designing the District Plan. Preparation of Integrated District
Plan could not be thought-of without the guidance of departmental officials. I am
sincerely thankful to Mr. Vijoy Prakash, Principal Secretary, Planning and all the
departmental officials. The processes could not be actualized without untiring
support of Dr. Harendra Prasad, Joint Director cum nodal officer, GoI-UNJCP,
Planning department. I would submit my special thanks to him. I am grateful to
Ms. Sunita Devi and all the Members of DPC who took such a keen interest in the
deliberations. Mr. Jai Singh, Deputy Development Commissioner, Mr. Ashutush
Kumar, Deputy Collectors made invaluable contributions by putting together the
material received from Departments and his own deep insights and practical
experience of the Plan preparation. I would also like to express my thanks to Mr.
Rajesh Kumar-District Planning Officer and Mr. Ashish Dwivedi-DF, Mr. Kaushal
Kishore-DSO from UNJCP who worked tirelessly and help to fill a critical gap in
all sectors and its integration with the District plan for the district.

I hope this Annual District Plan after its approval will further accelerate
the development of the district and mark a new milestone in the district to fulfil
the hopes and aspirations of the people for sustainable development.

Sanjay Kumar Agrawal (IAS)


District Magistrate,
Nalanda-Bihar

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Content

Chapter-I
Introduction:
Concept of district planning in Bihar
Entitlement based District Planning WHY?
Planning objectives:
Approach of the district planning
District planning process
District consultation workshop
Tools and techniques
Collection of basic data for planning:
Data analysis and plan preparation:
Outcome of the plan preparation:
Historical perspective:
District profile:
Administrative set–up:
District demography and district development indicators:
Land use pattern:
Climate and agro ecological situation:
Social structure:
Fact sheet of blocks and urban local bodies:
Status of MDGs in District:
Chapter-II
SWOT analysis of the district:
Sectoral SWOT analysis
Agriculture and allied activities:
Land & crop husbandry
Horticulture sector
livestock sector:
Fisheries sector:
Rural development:
Irrigation and flood control:
Energy:
Industry & minerals:
Transports
Forest :
General economic services:
Social services:
General services:
Chapter-III
Resource envelop of the district: 2012 – 13

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Availability of fund:
Requirement of fund 2012 - 13:
Difference of fund (proposed outlay and requirement):
Chapter-IV
Sectoral district plans/schemes: 2012 - 13
I. Agriculture and allied activities:
(A) Bihar rajya beej nigam
(B) Seed production on government farms
(C) Maize & poultry task force
Ii. Rural development:
Swarnjayanti gram swarojgaryojana
Indira awasyojana (iay)
D.p.a.p. and i.w.d.p
D.r.d.a. administration and building
Iii. Special area programme:
Sca to tsa
Iv. Irrigation and flood control
Irrigation sector (major & medium irrigation schemes)
V. Energy
Vi. Industry and minerals
Handicrafts
Vii. Transport
Viii. Science, technology and environment
Ix. General economic services
Jail:
Finance department modernization
Public works
Judicial building
Excise
Minority financing
Brief minority benifit
Law
Registration
Bihar rural livelihood project (jeevika)
Information and public relations
Commercial taxes
Chapter-V
Scheduled caste sub plan: 2012 –13
Introduction:
Objectives
Strategies
Chapter-VI
Tribal sub plan (TSP): 2012-13
Introduction:
Objectives:

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Strategies:
TSP 2012-13
Chapter-VII
Women component of district annual plan: 2012-13
Introduction:
Objectives:
Strategies:
Women component in annual plan 2012-13

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CHAPTER-I

Introduction, Methodology and Profile of the district

District Planning is the process of preparing an integrated plan for the


local government sector in a district taking into account the resources (natural,
human and financial) available and covering the sectoral activities and schemes
assigned to the district level and below and those implemented through local
governments in a state. District is the most suitable administrative unit for
decentralized planning below the state level as it possesses the required
heterogeneity and is small enough to undertake people in planning and
implementation and to improve productivity; district planning is an important
tool.

Even though decentralized district planning found expression in the first Five
Year Plan and the creation of District Development Councils (DDC) initiated the
participation of districts in the planning process yet planning continued to be a
top down vertical process. The role of local bodies, NGOs and voluntary support
institutions has largely been ignored or has gone unnoticed. As a result most
developmental programmes have worked in contravention to inclusive growth.
As a result poverty and vulnerability of ordinary people could not be sufficiently
addressed in most of the flagship programmes of governance.

There has been a dramatic rise in expenditure on programmes of social inclusion


in the last five years but this is accompanied by growing complaints about
implementation. The weaker sections of the society, for whom these schemes
are primarily intended, are often not able to benefit because they are not
sufficiently empowered to access the benefits due to them. This is despite the
fact that there have been a number of legislations aimed at securing legally
guaranteed rights to the Indian people, through the Right to Information Act, the
Forest Rights Act, the Right to Education Act, the Mahatma Gandhi National
Rural Employment Guarantee Act and the recently introduced National Food
Security Act. Part of the problem is that the enactment of right based schemes
in an environment of illiteracy and lack of awareness and empowerment does
not ensure that people will claim their rights. However, it is also true that the
schemes continue to be implemented in a business-as-usual mode, while what is
demanded by these programmes is an innovative break with the past. Without
reforms in planning and implementation structures, schemes aimed at social
inclusion will continue to be afflicted by the universalization without quality (“U
without Q”) syndrome.

73rd and 74th amendment act has given constitutional recognition to Local self-
governance and made them responsible for Decentralized planning. Bihar took
initiative in this direction and formed District Planning Committee Act on 2006.

Till now annual District plans were prepared by District Planning Committee.
Planning Commission has decided that from now onwards annual plan will be
prepared after active participation of Panchayati Raj institutions and Urban Local
Bodies.

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Last Year 2010-11, State Planning Commission has identified five convergence
District ie Nalanda, Gaya, Purnea, Supaul and Bhagalpur to initiate Entitlement
based integrated District Planning. This year onwards State Planning Commission
widen up Entitlement based integrated District Planning process in all 38
Districts.

Concept of district planning in Bihar–An Entitlement Based Approach for


District Planning

In order to ensure inter regional and social equity Bihar has started entitlement
based approach in planning and implementation of schemes. Entitlement refers
to basic human rights, constitutional &statutory provisions and schematic rights
for individual or group of individuals (such as based on educational rights,
scholarships, social security pensions, health security, bicycles to students,
financial provision for self-employment, vocational training etc.); for families
(such as housing, food, wage employment, livelihood, sanitation facility,
electricity etc).

Entitlement also includes norms and benchmarking of facilities in any institution


(norms of teachers, classrooms, library, toilet, drinking water etc, in a school;
types of doctors, nursing staff, instruments, medicines, lab & other facilities
required to render health services etc. in a hospital like PHC, APHS, HSC etc)
and services to be extended by it to the people and the terms of such services.

Entitlement also refers to the norms on which a facility (like roads, irrigation
facilities, electricity, schools, health centres etc) is to be extended to any area
such as village, panchayat, block, district or group of districts. These norms may
include schools in a vicinity of one Km of each habitation, ratio of primary and
upper primary school, road connectivity to all habitations, source of safe drinking
water facilities for a population of 250 persons, etc. Based on such well-defined
entitlements schemes are dovetailed to ensure their universal realisation. Plan
should be prepared from Panchayat level upwards based on the actual
requirement within the premise of entitlements well articulated in various
schemes.

Different government schemes should be dovetailed in their Annual Plan properly


to realise those entitlements on priority basis. The approach should be to go for
universal realisation of such rights and entitlements rather than restricting
oneself to certain targets. Such efforts would also be helpful in better
monitoring, evaluation, and reducing malpractices and corruption and bridging
inter regional disparity.

Accordingly, a circular was developed based on Entitlement Based Approach.


To actualize the process, planning entitlement was defined as part of the circular
of district planning, which is by & large an alternative modus operandi to
implement the Integrated & Inclusive District Planning guideline of Planning
Commission, GoI by involving the all the tiers of panchayats.

During drafting the circular for district planning for the year, it was strongly felt
to define the types of entitlements for enumerating the probable expenditure
(requirement of annual fund to meet the needs, in relation with the entitlments
defined above, of the district) under each of the schemes. Further based on the
norms of the schemes, entitlement has been classified in following categories:

v Individual (including group of individuals) Entitelement

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v Household Entitlement
v Institutional Entitlement
v Area Based Entielment

The above-cited 4 broad categories of entitlement are arranged based on certain


principles and accordingly these are prioritized as 1–4. In the given context of
development, it is aimed not to ignore the individual right at any cost and at any
circumstances. Similarly provisioning the facilities pertaining to the development
of household has its own value of next level. At the other hand, the importance
of facilities to be provisioned at institutions and area compare to individual
entitlement and household entitlement has the value of tertiary nature.
However, it is also true that no one plan development priorities in isolation. Each
type of entitlements is closely inter-woven for the holistic & sustainable
development of community. The entitlement approach has an advantage for
standardization of norms and facilities under all schemes, which would
further help us to improve the governance at all levels.

Entitlement based District Planning WHY?


v Increase in Social Capital: Collective planning and implementation
among different stakeholders will enhance social capital. This will also
improve management and work output.

v Increase in Physical Capital: The process will aid in creating durable


assets and will improve land productivity.

v Facilitation of Ecological Synergies: Natural resource base


regeneration through different activities such as, afforestation, drought
proofing, flood proofing, and watershed will lead to the effective use of
resources.

v Mitigate effect of Climate Change: NREGA works help in addressing


issues such as CO2 emissions and industrial pollution and stemming

v Enhance economic opportunities: Income opportunities, savings and


investments may be generated through activities such as pisci-culture

v Strengthen Democratic Processes: Convergence awareness and


planning at the grass root level will lead to greater ownership of projects.

v Facilitate Sustainable Development: Convergence efforts through


creation of durable assets, rural connectivity, productivity enhancement
and capacity development lead to sustainable development.

The GoI-UN Joint Convergence Program is providing technical support in


effective and efficient service delivery of the flagship schemes in the
convergence district Nalanda under Joint UN program. The program is putting its
efforts in system strengthening to facilitate in providing enabling environment
for decentralized planning, integration and convergence among various
government programs. The joint program on convergence is having four
outcomes viz.

UNJCP Outcome 1: Integrated and inclusive district planning adopted;

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UNJCP Outcome2: Districts able to mobilize and utilize maximum of resources
From government programs and other sources;
UNJCP Outcome3: Service delivery under government programs improved at
local level;
UNJCP Outcome4: Monitoring used for management and planning purposes.

Planning Objectives:
The core objective of the integrated District planning exercise was to
demonstrate the processes of integration and equipped the district
administration with a handbook on compiled planning covering key sectors. The
efforts highlight the modus operandi of operationalizing integrated planning
process with effective participation of all sectoral line departments and
stakeholders. The integration is conducted with special reference to the
disadvantaged community viz. women and scheduled castes.

The initiatives summarily focus in realizing the following objectives…


v To understand the issues and their demographic variance at the district
and blocks level.
v Identify and analysing major bottlenecks across key sectors by the
exercising SWOT analysis.
v Explore opportunities available in the district across all major sectors.
v To comprehend the process of integration as per vision prepared for the
district.
v Mapping all sectoral resources and compiling in as integrated district plan.
v Planning as per the concept of civic entitlements.
v Identifying gap in resource allocations across all key sectors.
v Identify the area of Convergence among various schemes & programs.
v Preparing a comprehensive District Plan handbook.
v Use it as an advocacy tool for future planning and resource mobilisation.

To tap the issue of social exclusion and discrimination so that the gap between
the disadvantaged groups viz. Women, SC and others is reduced to reasonable
minimum, following measures could be taken.
v Developing database and information of the excluded community.
v Disaggregated information on development indicators.
v Develop exclusive plan for the excluded community.
v Promote social messages towards social inclusion and non-discriminatory
behaviour.
v Ensure social inclusion and non-discrimination as underpinning common
threads in all interventions.
v Giving voice to the socially excluded communities and their experiences.

Approach of the District Planning:


Mere formulation through the 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act has not been
enough to institutionalize and empower local bodies because of various political
compulsions existing at the time of bringing about the amendment. The need
and challenge is to demonstrate with formulating convergent and integrated
plan, which suits the local demand and cater the needs the district. The need of
inter-sectoral convergence is largely recognized at various levels.

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With decentralized planning gaining momentum, it is important that various
departments come together and explore the various points of convergence
through integrated district planning. Still the concept of district planning is
considerably diluted by the fact that most departmental schemes and programs
envisage in their guidelines, separate and self-contained ‘planning processes and
it would be extremely difficult to revert this process with immediate effect. Also,
the PRIs lack the technical capacity to take up planning process. Therefore,
rolling out integrated planning simultaneously in complete district would be
extremely demanding.

Looking to the present scenario of development and governance, the District


Administration, Nalanda under the GoI-UN Joint Program on Convergence
adopted an approach of integration of sectoral plans in the process of compiling
an integrated district plan.

District Planning Process:


Planned development in India has completed Eleventh Five Year Plans and is in
the final stage of the twelfth Five Year Plan. Faster sustainable and more
inclusive Growth has been the broader goals and challenges of exclusion have
been the concerns of policy makers and planners, which have been duly
emphasized in the process of micro planning, and inclusive development of this
country. With the 73rd and 74th Amendments of the Indian Constitution,
decentralised development policy planning and governance emerged as an
important institutional legal framework. Local Self Governance has been brought
into the prominent roles as development agency. The Thirteenth Finance
Commission has also categorically emphasised and focused on addressing the
issues of horizontal vertical disparities. This has further reinforced the
importance of capacity building of various stakeholders engaged in integrated
development policy planning and governance. For effective participation of the
agencies of Local Self Governance and other stakeholders, multi-dimensional
training and capacity building initiatives have been taken up towards
strengthening these institutions. Still there is long way to go in terms of capacity
building at different levels of local self-governance and other stakeholders for
effective participatory development planning and governance towards fulfilment
of the mandate created through 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments. This
also needs effective integration and convergence of resources and initiatives for
their optimal application. The current process of integrating sectoral plans with
an objective of preparation of District Plan for the financial year 2012-13 is
based on brainstorming among intra-sectoral official's vis-à-vis inter-sectoral
officials along with Zila Parishad representative for better understanding on the
convergent issues. The initiative is innovative in terms that the basis of planning
is civic entitlements. The process also categorically devises in such manner so
that provisioning is made for the vulnerable and disadvantaged community viz.
women, SC, ST through special component plans. The integrated district plan is
reviewed and endorsed by the District Planning Committee and submitted to the
State Planning Board for needful action.

District Consultation Workshop:


To understand the key issues of the district, constraints associated in the way of
greater output realization and to capture the plan requirements, a consultative
meeting was organized at district level involving government officials from
different departments, UN representatives, academicians and people’s

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representatives, PRI members etc. A brief presentation was made before the
members on the context of the district planning, key information requirements
for planning and overall strategy to be adopted in the process. Members
discussed on the present district situation from different development context.

Various issues of the district were discussed and presented by members during
the open house session. Their suggestions were taken in to consideration and
incorporated in the overall design for preparing the district plan.

Tools and Techniques:


Consultative workshop for the preparation of integrated plan was conducted.
Brainstorming and negotiation among the line departments on the issues of
convergence and integration was discussed. Sectoral departments converged for
discussing various dimensions of the sectoral strength, weakness, opportunity
and threat in the process to strategize their future course of action. Sectoral
plans prepared by the line departments are collected and collated for making an
integrated comprehensive plan of the district. Data collected on the specified
formats approved by the Department of Planning and Development, GoB, Patna.

Collection of Basic Data for Planning:


Sectoral plans prepared by the line departments are collected and collated for
making an integrated comprehensive plan of the district. Secondly, as per
district scenario expected/calculated beneficiaries for social security measures
are also provisioned on the basis of entitlements under various schemes.
Sectoral SWOT was also compiled for better understanding of the district
through sectoral perspectives.

Data Analysis and Plan Preparation:


The district sector resource planning is the basic thrust of the entire planning
process, however, other resources pooled through various schemes is also
earmarked. The collected information is judged based on the need assessment
and gap analysis through the perspective of civic entitlement. Additional
requirements of resource allocations are proposed to State Planning Board for
further provisioning.

Outcome of the Plan Preparation:

1. District plan encompassing all the sectors / sub‐sectors along with its

resource allocation is submitted for discussion and approval in the DPC.

2. District sector plans for 2012‐13 is prepared and submitted to the District

Planning Office for discussion and approval in the DPC.

3. Schedule Caste Sub Plan for the year 2012‐13

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4. Tribal Sub Plan for the year 2012‐13

5. Women component in the annual district plan 2012‐13

Historical Perspective:
Founded in the 5th century A.D. Nalanda is known as the ancient seat of
learning. World's most ancient University lies in ruins, which is 62 kms. From
Bodhgaya and 90 kms south of Patna. Emperor Ashoka built many monasteries,
temples and Viharas here. However, the Buddha visited Nalanda several times
during his lifetime, this famous centre of Buddhist learning shot to fame much
later, during 5th-12th centuries. Hiuen Tsang stayed here in 7th century and has
left detailed description of the excellence of education and purity of monastic life
practiced here. In this first residential international university of the world, 2,000
teachers and 10,000 students from all over the Buddhist world lived and studied
here. The Gupta kings patronized these monasteries, built in old Kushan
architectural style, in a row of cells around a courtyard.

District Profile:
Nalanda (also called Bihar Sharif) district is one of the districts of Bihar, and
Bihar Sharif town is the administrative headquarters of this district. Nalanda was
a part of Patna Division. The subdivision of Biharsharif in the old Patna district
was upgraded to an independent district on November 9, 1972 and named
Nalanda, after the famous university (the world’s oldest) located here. Nalanda
is 67 meters above sea level. It is referred to frequently in Jain and Buddhist
scriptures. As the centre of the great Magadha Empire, Nalanda has had a rich
and glorious history extending over 2,500 years. Till its destruction by
Mohammed Bin Bakhtiyar Khilji, army chief of Kutubuddin Ibak, in 1205 AD,
Nalanda was the leading centre of learning in India.

Administrative Set–Up:
The district of Nalanda is spread in an area of 2367 Sq. Kms. and a population of
2370528 has been pre-eminently an agricultural district. Bordering Patna District
in north & north-west, Gaya District in South, Luckhisarai District in east,
Jahanabad District in the west and Nawada district in South-east. The district is
comprises of 3 sub division and 20 blocks covering 249 village panchayats.

PARTICULARS NUMBER
Number of Sub-Division 03
Number of Blocks 20
Number of Municipality 01
Number of Nagar Panchayat 04
Number of Gram Panchayat 249
Number of Police Station 20
Number of Inhabited Villages 1001

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S.No Sub-Division No. of No. of No. of Revenue
Anchals Halkas Villages
1. Bihar Sharif 7 51 429
2. Hilsa 8 22 198
3. Rajgir 5 46 457
Total 20 119 1084

District demography and district development indicators:


The main features of the population demography of the district are…
v The entire population of the district has been living in 360797 households
whose average size is of 7.0 persons.
v Heavy concentration of population, male and female both, in rural areas,
is an indicator of the population depending mostly on agriculture and
allied activities in the rural centre.
v Scheduled Tribes population in the district is miserably low
v The percentage of literacy rate-differences between male and female is
excessively high.
v The features of land, the district possesses, vis-à-vis the land possessed
by the state of Bihar, show that the district has certain favorable features
regarding the use of land.

Area Profile of Nalanda district


Number of Households 3,60,797 Average Household 7
Size(per Household)
Population-Total 23,70,528 Proportion of Urban 14.9
Population (%)
Population-Rural 2016899 Sex Ratio 914
Population-Urban 353629 Sex Ratio(0-6 Year) 942
Population(0-6Years) 4,61,240 Sex Ratio (SC) 909

SC Population 4,73,786 Sex Ratio (ST) 851


ST Population 970 Proportion of SC (%) 20
Literates 10,15,473 Proportion of ST (%) 0
Illiterates 13,55,055 Literacy Rate (%) 53
Total Workers 9,03,144 Work Participation Rate 38
(%)
Main Worker 7,00,007 % of Main Workers 30
Marginal Worker 2,03,137 % of Marginal Worker 9

Non Worker 14,67,384 % of non Workers 62


CL (Main+Marginal) 3,20,883 Proportion of CL (%) 36

Al (Main+Marginal) 3,80,460 Proportion of AL (%) 42


HHI (Main+Marginal) 41,945 Proportion of HHI (%) 5

OW (Main+Marginal) 1,59,856 Proportion of OW (%) 18

Census 2001

Socio-economic Profile of the district

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Sl. Socio-economic Indicators Percent Source
No. age
1 % of SC population 20 *Census-2001
2 % of ST population 0 *Census-2001
3 % Population in 0-6 age group 17 *census 2011
4 Population density 1220 *census 2011
5 Sex Ratio (Female per 1000 Males) 921 *census 2011
6 Decadal Growth Rate 21.18 *census 2011
7 % of population having a BPL card 50.28 * DRDA-Nalanda,
8 % of children attending school 97.5 * ASER-2011
9 Out of School Children(6-14 yrs)% 2.5 * ASER-2011
10 GER at Primary Level (%) 108.8 *DISE-2008-09
11 GER at Upper Primary Level (%) 52.6 *DISE-2008-09
12 Literacy Rate 66.41 *census 2011
13 % Population literate (age 7+ years) 62.7 *DLHS 2007-08
14 % of children (12-23 months) fully immunized 54.2 *DLHS 2007-08
(BCG, 3 doses each of DPT, and Polio and Measles)
15 % of children breastfed within one hour of birth 30.2 *DLHS 2007-08
16 Children (9 to 36 Months) who have received at 59.4 *DLHS 2007-08
least one dose of Vitamin A supplementation%
17 % of Institutional Delivery 39.3 *DLHS 2007-08
18 % of mothers who had at least 3 Ante-Natal care 25.2 *DLHS 2007-08
visits during the last pregnancy
19 Family use piped drinking water (%) 7.7 *DLHS 2007-08
20 % of people have access to toilet facility 30.2 *DLHS 2007-08
21 Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) 52 *AHS 2011
22 Neo-natal Mortality Rate 27 *AHS 2011
23 Post Neo-natal Mortality Rate 25 *AHS 2011
24 Under Five Mortality Rate 80 *AHS 2011
25 Crude Birth Rate (CBR) 26.3 *AHS 2011
26 Crude Death Rate (CDR) 8.0 *AHS 2011

Land use pattern:


The favourable features for the land use-pattern in the district are…
v The barran and uncultivable land in the district is lesser in percentage
than the state of Bihar as a whole.
v Land used for no-agricultural purposes in the district is approximately
equal, in percentage to the percentage of Bihar state – nearly one percent
lesser than the percentage figure for Bihar.
v Cultivable wasteland in the district is lesser in percentage than the
percentage figure for Bihar State.
v The percentage of current follow land in the district is lesser than the
same figure for the state of Bihar, and so is with the other follow land.
v The total uncultivable land in the district is in lesser percentage than the
percentage figure for the state of Bihar.
v The percentage figures for net sown area, cropped area and the area
sown more than once of district are higher than the percentage figure in
this head for the state of Bihar.

All these aforesaid demographic features of the district of Nalanda are indicators
of the fact that there is paucity of cultivable barran land, forest and water land in
the district, consequently the development of the agricultural sector of the
district depends mostly on the modernization of the agricultural, by the
application of modern technique instead of the enlargement of the net sown

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area. Secondly, its Rabbi cultivation requires wide ranged irrigation network
because the temporary water land cannot provide adequate irrigational facilities
to Rabbi Cultivation. The need for irrigational network required by the district
agriculture can be substantiated by the rain fall.

Climate and agro ecological situation:


Nalanda district is lying in III-B zone of Bihar state whose majority population
earns its livelihood from agriculture. The district has 183377 hectares of net
sown areas and the areas in which sowing activities are done more than once
include 75258 hectares. The percentages net sown area and the area sown are
more than once comprises 78.79 and 23.34 percent respectively of the total
areas of the state. Taking these two areas together the total cropped areas of
the district aggregates to 7992279 hectares or 111.13 percent. This cultivation
scenario of the district, if compared with the average of the state of Bihar is
higher by 18 and 8 percent respectively, but when its productivity is compared
with the developed states of India like Punjab, Andhra pradesh, Tamilnadu, U.P.
etc. the district lags far behind, in some cases by double. It is however,
satisfactory that oil seed production in the district is higher than the average of
Bihar state and all India both for Nalanda district oil seed production average is
860 kg/Per hectare while the same figure for Bihar state is 808 kg. per hectare
and for all India 856 kg. per hectare.

Of its total cropped areas, the district has 25 to 26 percent non-irrigated land
and these irrigated are mostly by tube-wells (85.26).

The odd part of the district agriculture is its slow rate of seed replacement ratio,
which has been calculated merely being 10 percent, whereas it has been
calculated that this figure should have been at least 33 percent.

In general, perusal the agricultural scenario of the district cannot be said to have
been fully satisfactory, rather it requires improvement to comply with the
productivity ratio of developed states agriculture. To bring the district agriculture
to have higher rate of productivity-improved variety of paddy requires to be
adopted by the peasants for their upper land. There is need for soil testing,
which can enable the cultivators to have greater yields by less use of fertilizers.
To develop agricultural farms, administrative device there are need to assure the
actual cultivators that the benefits earned by the development of agriculture will
positively go to them, and in technical devices, mechanization and plant
protection are the two major areas, which require special cares.

Besides all constraints, there are several others whose removal is a sign-qua-
non to give the agriculture in Nalanda district an impetus to achieve higher goals
in production.

Social structure:
SL. Block POPULATION LITERATES % % Lit. SEX RATIO
No. PERSON MALE FEMALE OTH. PERSON MALE FEMALE OTH. GROWTH
1 KARAIPARSURAI 73857 38323 35534 0 35562 22209 13353 0 22.83 58.91 927.22
2 NAGARNAUSA 94220 49359 44861 0 50805 31034 19771 0 30.00 65.90 908.87
3 HARNAUT 175978 92396 83582 0 92354 56598 35756 0 22.27 63.85 904.61
4 CHANDI 151850 79124 72722 4 83643 50989 32650 4 20.53 67.08 919.09
5 RAHUI 143021 73488 69532 1 73844 45356 28488 0 11.76 63.40 946.17
6 BIND 62031 31743 30288 0 27673 17159 10514 0 10.30 56.17 954.16
7 SARMERA 96946 50654 46292 0 44305 27743 16562 0 23.33 56.79 913.89
8 ASTHAWAN 163440 84360 79080 0 83571 50935 32636 0 13.60 62.32 937.41

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9 BIHAR 197030 102598 94432 0 99390 61827 37563 0 20.50 62.07 920.41
10 NOORSARAI 172237 89695 82542 0 94596 58187 36409 0 25.48 66.77 920.25
11 THARTHARI 67736 35537 32199 0 34382 21427 12955 0 30.16 62.07 906.07
12 PARWALPUR 70271 36652 33619 0 42830 25970 16860 0 20.12 72.56 917.25
13 HILSA 146186 76235 69951 0 79142 49123 30019 0 17.16 66.19 917.57
14 EKANGARSARAI 164302 85747 78553 2 97448 59173 38275 0 12.94 71.06 916.10
15 ISLAMPUR 196416 102045 94371 0 108396 64415 43981 0 21.06 66.93 924.80
16 BEN 87237 45517 41720 0 48546 29248 19298 0 20.84 66.74 916.58
17 RAJGIR 88315 46055 42260 0 46431 27978 18453 0 17.13 63.76 917.60
18 SILAO 125120 65204 59916 0 66178 39633 26545 0 21.70 63.57 918.90
19 GIRIYAK 96890 50077 46813 0 50702 30351 20351 0 27.93 63.69 934.82
20 KATRISARAI 41847 21546 20301 0 23312 14244 9068 0 10.90 66.74 942.22
1 CRPF. CAMP, 104 104 0 0 104 104 0 0 0.00 100.00 0.00
NEKPUR
TOTAL RURAL 2415034 1256459 1158568 7 1283214 783703 499507 4 19.74 64.68 922.09
1 BIHARSHARIF 296889 154915 141974 0 189420 110247 79173 0 27.93 74.80 916.46
2 HILSA, N. P. 50928 26985 23943 0 33584 19619 13965 0 34.82 78.72 887.27
3 ISLAMPUR, N.P. 35707 18389 17318 0 22869 12789 10080 0 19.55 77.12 941.76
4 RAJGIR, N.P. 41619 21947 19672 0 25509 15133 10376 0 23.36 72.84 896.34
5 SILAO, N.P. 25678 13369 12309 0 15543 8794 6749 0 27.26 72.95 920.71
6 EKANGARSARAI, 6668 3506 3162 0 4679 2681 1998 0 81.63 901.88
C.T.
TOTAL URBAN 457489 239111 218378 0 291604 169263 122341 0 29.37 75.23 913.29
GRAND TOTAL 2872523 1495570 1376946 7 1574818 952966 621848 4 1574818 66.41 920.68
Source: Provisional Census 2011

The social category of the Class and caste wise classification viz. APL, BPL and
community based demography of Mahadalits of the district is as hereunder.

Block Name Total B.P.L. A.P.L. Surveyed Number of Caste Wise Mahadalit Families
Family Dom Mush Nut Turi Pasi Dhobi Hal Raz Total
har khor war

BIHARSHARIF 133874 49987 83887 10 413 0 0 212 19 0 0 654


ASHTHAWAN 38228 18074 20154 51 800 42 0 1324 103 14 0 2334
BIND 15273 11095 4178 9 72 13 0 132 40 0 0 266
S ARMERA 23603 13713 9890 14 1718 0 0 325 187 0 0 2244
RAHUI 37358 21107 16251 77 404 0 0 685 104 0 0 1270
NOORSARAI 34862 20884 13978 20 1559 19 0 623 111 0 0 2332
HARNAUT 46945 30540 16405 48 2193 4 0 528 134 0 0 2907
SUB TOTAL 330143 165400 164743 229 7159 78 0 3829 698 14 0 12007
RAJGIR 21764 12382 9382 3 1425 0 0 678 108 0 1523 3737
SILAO 30098 1508 28590 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GIRIYAK 19300 9525 9775 18 2362 6 0 534 514 31 53 3518


KATRISARAI 9896 4973 4923 5 1300 0 0 324 39 0 56 1724
BEN 17542 11388 6154 0 1205 4 31 379 126 0 0 1745
S UB TOTAL 98600 39776 58824 26 6292 10 31 1915 787 31 1632 10724
ISLAMPUR 46577 27692 18885 46 1919 126 8 1521 268 0 82 3970
PARWALPUR 17230 8945 8285 27 568 55 0 171 83 0 0 904
KARAIPARSU 15656 8780 6876 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
RAI
NAGARNAUSA 26194 13244 12950 10 1215 13 0 641 94 0 0 1973
HILSA 42221 24040 18181 70 1420 0 0 939 130 0 0 2559
EKENGARSAR 45693 15949 29744 32 286 78 0 596 126 0 3 1121
AI
CHANDI 37593 25859 11734 88 2011 12 0 415 62 1 0 2589
THARTHARI 17486 10891 6595 15 952 30 0 176 28 0 0 1201
S UB TOTAL 248650 135400 113250 288 8371 314 8 4459 791 1 85 14317

TOTAL 677393 340576 336817 543 21822 402 39 10203 2276 46 1717 37048

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Fact sheet of blocks and urban local bodies:

Name of the Total

Population

Population
% of Total

% of Male
Blocks Population

Sex Ratio
No. of GP

Literates

Literates

Literates
Revenue

% of SC

% of ST
Female
Village
No. of

% of
KARAI PARSURAI 60127 7 45 35.88 47.60 23.03 22.27 0.00 911
NAGAR NAUSA 72475 9 47 39.68 51.32 27.16 24.69 0.01 930
HARNAUT 143922 17 81 41.46 52.46 29.26 22.48 0.00 901
CHANDI 125990 15 71 41.68 53.27 29.03 21.73 0.04 916
RAHUI 127975 16 66 40.98 52.96 27.89 23.42 0.01 915
BIND 56240 7 35 35.35 46.39 23.14 21.19 0.01 904
SARMERA 78610 9 35 35.62 46.55 23.73 22.32 0.05 920
ASTHAWAN 143867 19 59 38.83 49.16 27.64 24.81 0.00 923
BIHAR 163517 20 92 50.59 59.46 40.79 14.70 0.05 905
NOORSARAI 137267 17 62 41.75 53.90 28.64 23.94 0.07 927
THARTHARI 52039 7 30 41.22 52.73 28.49 19.43 0.04 904
PARBALPUR 58501 6 23 46.52 57.22 34.93 12.65 0.00 923
HILSA 124771 15 60 41.85 53.26 29.30 17.96 0.00 910
EKANGARSARAI 145479 18 90 45.94 57.80 32.88 15.52 0.04 909
ISLAMPUR 162245 20 91 42.57 53.34 30.75 16.62 0.08 911
BEN 72193 9 32 42.47 53.71 30.13 19.39 0.05 911
RAJGIR 75398 9 55 43.08 54.03 31.07 24.73 0.11 912
SILAO 102814 14 54 41.39 51.70 30.17 24.22 0.01 919
GIRIAK 75735 10 44 39.24 50.75 27.06 21.28 0.13 944
KATRISARAI 37734 5 14 41.70 53.25 29.31 22.62 0.10 932

The basic amenities coverage across all villages of the district are as…
Block Road Agricultur Drinking water Power Education Health Emplo
% e % land yment
villages irrigated % % villages % % % % %
having villages with village literat villages village main
paved with adquate s with e with with worke
approac safe safe electri people primary any r to
h road source drinking city educatio healthc total
of water n facility are worke
drinking facility r
water
Karai Parsurai 5.48 62.09 100.00 65.00 100.00 44.00 98.90 78.00 78.89
Nagar Nausa 27.78 65.79 100.00 67.00 94.40 49.00 98.91 85.00 69.06
Harnaut 81.82 50.64 100.00 68.00 83.00 51.00 99.00 92.00 72.22
Chandi 28.57 78.63 100.00 62.00 95.90 51.00 97.00 92.42 74.83
Rahui 75.41 65.03 100.00 65.00 97.79 51.00 98.80 94.25 78.29
Bind 30.00 80.60 100.00 63.00 89.60 44.00 100.00 79.00 70.30
Sarmera 45.00 32.56 100.00 66.00 76.80 44.00 98.10 72.00 71.75
Asthawan 45.00 68.01 100.00 68.50 96.90 48.00 99.00 93.00 65.20
Biharsharif 90.00 73.04 100.00 66.00 91.43 61.00 97.70 98.00 83.83
Noorsarai 80.00 74.24 100.00 67.00 100.00 52.00 100.00 97.45 80.14
Tharthari 24.59 84.42 100.00 68.50 100.00 50.00 100.00 78.50 77.72
Parbalpur 17.00 61.42 100.00 66.00 100.00 57.00 100.00 77.90 76.67
Hilsa 18.00 70.28 100.00 64.00 100.00 47.00 99.90 82.00 71.11
Ekangar sarai 19.00 90.76 100.00 66.00 100.00 56.00 100.00 83.25 81.32
Islampur 18.40 56.31 100.00 65.00 98.05 52.00 100.00 81.32 77.44
Ben 75.00 70.18 100.00 64.00 93.75 52.00 99.00 76.45 75.31
Rajgir 70.50 52.08 100.00 69.00 97.91 53.00 100.00 93.25 76.84
Silao 75.50 89.24 100.00 66.00 100.00 51.00 98.39 82.35 85.78
Griyak 75.00 52.70 100.00 64.00 95.00 49.00 100.00 82.50 83.08
Katari Sarai 52.60 76.20 100.00 65.50 85.71 51.00 100.00 73.25 73.95

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BLOCK WISE STATUS OF CREDIT AGENCY

Sl Block Agriculture Non-Agriculture Central Nationalized RRBs


No. Cooperative Cooperative Cooperative Bank
Society Society
1 KARAI PARSURAI 7 4 1 1 1
2 NAGAR NAUSA 9 6 1 2 1
3 HARNAUT 17 40 1 1 5
4 CHANDI 15 38 1 2 4
5 RAHUI 16 10 1 2 4
6 BIND 7 2 1 1 -
7 SARMERA 9 27 1 1 2
8 ASTHAWAN 19 - 1 2 6
9 BIHAR 20 237 2 12 8
10 NOORSARAI 17 39 1 2 3
11 THARTHARI 7 2 1 0 2
12 PARBALPUR 6 3 - 1 3
13 HILSA 15 60 2 3 4
14 EKANGARSARAI 18 24 1 2 6
15 ISLAMPUR 20 23 1 3 5
16 BEN 9 4 1 - 1
17 RAJGIR 9 43 1 2 4
18 SILAO 14 13 1 2 4
19 GIRIAK 10 20 1 2 2
20 KATRISARAI 5 2 - 1 1

BLOCK WISE STATUS OF PDS BENEFICIARIES

Sl Block No. of BPL Cards No. of AAY Cards No. of APL Cards No. of Annapurna Cards
No.
1 KARAI PARSURAI 8160 2182 6973 239
2 NAGAR NAUSA 11027 2406 11858 122
3 HARNAUT 26339 5105 19195 276
4 CHANDI 23244 4472 13171 169
5 RAHUI 17672 4687 16808 78
6 BIND 7849 2854 3895 36
7 SARMERA 10233 2797 9211 173
8 ASTHAWAN 13122 5244 19658 215
9 BIHAR 18789 5765 28768 414
10 NOORSARAI 17107 5059 16979 66
11 THARTHARI 8469 1687 6378 124
12 PARBALPUR 7470 2030 8213 58
13 HILSA 17849 4570 14192 132
14 EKANGARSARAI 19816 5175 24385 101
15 I SLAMPUR 25309 5798 22397 282
16 BEN 9200 2644 6157 12
17 RAJGIR 10622 2868 11477 46
18 SILAO 11834 3910 11278 50
19 G IRIAK 6969 2811 10134 62
20 KATRISARAI 3731 1130 5000 49

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District Indicators comparison with MDGs

Country Targets (India) State Targets (Bihar) District (Nalanda) Status

Goal 1: Eradicate extreme 1. Annual GDP growth rate At present 50.28% families
poverty and hunger increase 8.5. having a BPL card.
2. 50 lakhs new
Target: Halve the proportion employment opportunity.
of people living on less 3. Increase 20% actual
than a dollar a day and wages of unskilled
those who suffer from labour.
hunger. 4. Decrease poverty 13%.
(till year 2012 poverty
level 28.4%)
Goal 2: Achieve universal 1. At primary level decrease 1. 97.5% children enrolled in
primary education out of school rate schools.
Target: Ensure that all 27.85% till 2011-12 in 2. 7+ age literacy rate is
boys and girls complete Bihar. 62.7%.
primary school. 2. 7+ age literacy rate 3. Literacy rate is 66.41%.
increase 64% till year
2011-12.
Goal 3: Promote gender 1. Decrease gender gap Status of school going
equality and empower rate 9.2% in literacy (Till
children at different age
women year 2012 17.2%). group:
Target: Eliminate gender 2. Increase sex ratio from 1. 7-10 age-
disparities in primary and present level to 950 in 0-97.3% boys and 96.9%
secondary education 6 age group. Girls.
preferably by 2005, and at 3. Increase women and girls 2. 11-14 age-
all levels by 2015. participation in govt. 95.6% boys and 95.4%
programmes from 33%. girls.
3. 15-16 age-
89% boys and 88.1%
girls.
Goal 4: Reduce child Decrease child mortality 1. Fully immunization status
mortality rate from 61% to 29%. is 54.2%.
Target: Reduce by two 2. Breastfeeding within 1
thirds the mortality rate hour of birth is 30.2%.
among children under five 3. Infant mortality rate is 52
and under fivemortality
rate is 80.
Goal 5: Improve Maternal 1. Decrease maternal 1. Institutional delivery is
Health mortality ratio from 371 39.3%.
Target: Reduce by three per lakh to 123 per lakh at 2. Three ANC check-up
quarters the maternal the end of 11th five year during pregnancy is
mortality ratio. plan. 25.2%.
2. Decrease total fertility rate 3. TFR is 3.9 and MMR is 261
from 4.3 to 3.0 at the end in Bihar.
of 11th five year plan.

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Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Decrease % of anemic Progress of the District on
malaria and other diseases women to 27.2%, malaria these issues is not good but
Target: Halt and begin to 1.4% and eradicate kalazar it is better than state
reverse the spread of at the end of year 2010. progress.
HIV/AIDS.
Target: Halt and begin to
reverse the incidence of
malaria and other major
diseases.
Goal 7: Ensure 1. Ensure to electrify all 1. 21.7% people have
environmental villages, 500 and more Access to toilet facility for
sustainability populated villages have defecation.
Target: Integrate the all weather roads till end 2. 7.7% families use piped
principles of sustainable of the year 2012. drinking water.
development into country 2. Increase forest to 5%.
policies and programmes; 3. Ensure water treatment
reverse loss of in all cities and clean
environmental resources river water.
Target: Reduce by half the
proportion of people
without sustainable access
to safe drinking water
Target: Achieve significant
improvement in lives of at
least 100 million slum
dwellers, by 2020
Goal 8: Develop a global
partnership for
development Central and state govt. has done partnership with several
This goal gives due international agencies to achieve MDGs target.
recognition to the fact that
there is interdependence
between growth, poverty
reduction and sustainable
development and
emphasises that the
achievement of MDGs was
founded on
a global partnership
between developed and
developing countries.

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CHAPTER II
SWOT Analysis of the District and Individual Sectors

AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES:


LAND &CROP HUSBANDRY
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1. The district falls 1. 85.17 per cent Covered under the Weakinfrastructure
under agro-climatic farmers are of RapidSeed network.
zone (IIIA) marginal & small Extension program •Immense biotic
facilitating the category. for both the pressure,
farmers to grow seasons. urbanization,
different crops unplanned
during three infrastructure
seasons in a year development
interfering with
natural resource
management.
•Absentee farmers
•Large scale
migration of rural
work force.
•No Judicious use of
agricultural
chemicals, polluting
ground aquifers and
surface water
resources.
•Destruction of
natural water bodies
due to various
reasons.
•Non availability of
labour force at peak
agricultural season.
•Large-scale
migration of rural
work force.
•Indifference
attitude of the
farming community
towards cultivation.
•Not encouraging C:
D ratio in the
district.
2. High bio-diversity Average size of Opportunity and Marginal & Small
in this agro-climatic holding is 0.80 ha. possibility of size of holdings.
zone. increasing the
cropping and
irrigation intensity.
3. Net Sown Area Nearly 2000 ha Potentiality to Poor resources of
forms 89.16 per (1.32%) of the increase the majority of small
cent of the total cropped area is productivity of and marginal

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geographical area. flood affected. major crops from farmers.
existing level.
4. Soil textures and Marketing Prospect of better Incidence of flash
structure are almost Infrastructure and diversification of the floods.
favourable for accessibility are crops.
crops. poor.
5.Highly fertile land Conducing Erratic Power
and demonstration environment for Supply/ Power
of Sri Vidhi for Rice strengthening the Crisis.
cultivation. agri education,
research, and
extension.
7. 80.32 per cent of 1. No presence of Potentials available Capacity of cold
the workers are processing units. to establish the storages and
agricultural 2.Comparatively processing units for warehouses is
labourers indicating backward fruits, vegetables, insufficient.
sufficient labour appliances, used for milk and MFPs.
force. production
activities,
3. Acute paucity of
institutional credit,
infrastructural
network etc. in
agriculture and
allied sector. Its
economy can hardly
compete with the
produces coming to
its local markets
from developed
industrial countries.
4. Rampant poverty,
unemployment.
5. Population
burden on
agriculture etc.
combined together
have synchronized
its internal market,
which appears to
day one of the
biggest
impediments for
growth of the
district.
8. Transport Cropping intensity is Scope for Increasing
facilities viz., Road lower (1.21%) . development of involvement of
(SHW), rail link infrastructural intermediaries.
(Nalanda). facilities in case of
transportation,
communication,
marketing, etc.
9. Capability of Adoption of Improvement in Co-operative
cultivable land is up mechanization in forward and structures at the
to 76.30 per cent agriculture is poor. backward linkages primary level are
between production weak.
and disposal of
crops.

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HORTICULTURE SECTOR
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1. Variation in nature Production of Broad scope to Food security
of soil, agro-climatic horticultural crops is boost the quality mission (FSM) may
and abundant lower than other oriented production be hampered if
underground water. districts. of vegetables, change in cropping
flowers, fruits etc., pattern in favour of
to provide genuine horticultural crops
and high quality takes place.
material to the
growers.
2. Considerable Non-availability of Rejuvenation of old Qualities and old
scope of marketing of quality planting orchards and varieties of
vegetables, fruits, material and hybrid scientific horticultural crops
flowers and MFPs. seed. management of may be replaced
trees for good with the use hi-
production of fruits. tech.
3. Off season Lack of financial Losses in the Dependency on the
horticultural crops support and production of traditional system
have good potential. technological vegetables, fruits of medicines,
bottleneck in and flowers could largely plant based,
potential areas. be minimized by will reduce in a time
improving post- when the global
harvest demand of the
management same has risen.
technology.
4. Majority of the Lack of certification Credit and subsidy
farmers have centre for processed facilities are given
marginal & small size fruits and by the state which
of holdings, which vegetables. needs to be
forces them to grow propagated.
horticultural crops.
5. Maximum growers Inadequate Export possibilities
of horticultural crops infrastructural for mango and litchi
are attached with it facilities to keep the are immense.
since generation. produces in cold
storages.
6. Maximum scope of Inadequate Export possibilities
diversion of infrastructural for mango and litchi
agricultural crops to facilities to keep the are immense.
horticultural crops. produces in cold
storages.
7. Covered under Pre and post
NHM harvesting
mechanism is very
poor and
unscientific.
8. Plant health clinics
UdyanMahavidyalaya, for improvement in
Noorsarai, can bost quality of
up horticulture production of
activities horticultural crops
are not available.

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Poverty (52.59%),
low literacy etc. are
hurdle in use of
modern technology
and scientific
management.
Lack of congenial
infrastructural
investment
environment.

LIVESTOCK SECTOR:
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1.1704 hactare Average production/ The district has Maximum number of
permanent pasture yield of milk is low. favorable climatic non-descript breeds.
and grazing land. condition for
piggeries, poultries,
goatries and animal
husbandry
2.Abundant labour More than 80 per Scope to increase Veterinary supports
force to look after cent cattle and the feed and fodder are extremely poor.
the cattle. buffalo are production through
indigenous. dissemination of
advanced
technology
3.Adequate The up gradation of Strengthening Cross breeds are
availability of good non-descript breed veterinary support much susceptible to
marketing. through exotic germ by opening diseases.
plasma of jersey veterinary hospitals
and Friesian is not and ensure the
getting success due availability of
to lack of modern medicines.
storing facility and
poor
4. About 80 per cent Artificial Popularize the Draught animals of
of population insemination is not artificial cross breeds are
resides in villages popular. insemination useless for
and directly or program. agricultural
indirectly has taken purposes.
dairy as allied
activities.
5. Majority of small The jersey and Scpoe to expand Maintenance cost of
& marginal farmers Friesian are much Dairy Co-operatives. hybrid breeds is
and landless susceptible to very high.
labourers owned the diseases
livestock.
6. It provides In-fertility is Financing milk The quality of milk
draught animals for maximum among processing units and of crossbreeds is
doing agricultural the breedable cattle value addition units comparatively poor.
operations and population. likes; cool chain.
transportation by
which million dollars
are being saved
annually.
7. It provides Non-availability of Demonstration of Lack of cattle
nutritious food to fodder, feed and dairy societies with insurance scheme
millions of people. concentrated at linkages. discourages cattle
target group farms. rearing.

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8. It is also a The veterinary Ensuring availability The return of cattle
standby during the hospitals are quite of cross breed cows rearing is slashing
calamities and crisis low to look after through organized due to soaring cost
to provide income to huge population of market. of feed and
farm families. livestock. medicines.
Strengths of Supply of
veterinary Doctors concentrated feed
and staff are and medicines at
insufficient. the block level.
Lack of milk chilling Making Frozen
plant and milk Semen Bank
processing units in functional.
the villages/ rural
areas
Village covered
under Dairy Co-
operative Societies
(DCS) are stagnant
and low.

FISHERIES :
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1. Enactment of Jalkars are leased Establishment of Availability of
Bihar Fish Jalkar out only to hatcheries in private prestigious major
Management Act, fishermen sector or PPP model. carp fishes will
2006 for leasing the community as disappear.
community water provisioned in the
bodies/ Jalkars. Act 2006.
2. Vast potential for No fish seed Fish Feed Plant can Indigenous species
Fish production. hatchery. be established. would be in danger.
3. Scope for utilizing No soil and water Ponds/ jalkars’ The frozen species
alkaline soil and testing facilities water area may be of fish are much
abandoned brick- available. maintained for susceptible to
kilns for fish culture. increasing diseases.
production and
productivity.
4. Demand of fish is Theft of fish. Since catching of Act (2206)
nearly 50 per cent fish from dam is empowers
more than the risky, so insurance fishermen
present production coverage should be community more
level. extended to the rather than the
fishermen. development of
fisheries. In fact, it
needs to be
developed
professionally.
Poisoning of fish. Modernization
program for fish
farms may be taken
up.
Weeds are largely Conservation and
grown in the jalkars. management by
Fisheries
Department.
Non-availability of Building
credit. infrastructure for
extension network.
Poor infrastructural Technical backup,

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facilities. particularly for
seasonal diseases
be ensured, which
will increase the fish
production.
Follow-up of training Prospect of
is not taken up. expansion of fish
farms by utilizing
available water
potentials.
The intermediaries Retail markets for
generally govern fish sale.
marketing network.
Agriculture is main Flash flood Huge potential for
occupation and rich fisheries.
human resource are
engaged in agri.
Good no of tanks in Shortage of Human Can enhance
Nalanda resource for economic status of
orientating people farmers.
for fishery.
Good demand in Can be reach source
market of nutrition.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT:
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
Multiple benefits Poor infrastructural Creation of Village conflict
from different facility in interior employment during
projects pockets. opportunities for all implementation of
Scheme/project.
Improving socio- Poor literacy rate
economic status among SC, ST and
women
Increasing people’s Shortage of govt. Improve Less active role of
awareness. staff to execute communication PRI
programs effectively facility.
Increasing Lack of proper Connectivity of GP
community supervision, with all villages.
participation monitoring and
evaluation.
Poor health and
sanitation facility at
village/GP level.
It is a district with Facing acute
more than 85% problem of
population migration. The
belonging to migration coupled
deprived and with landlessness
marginalized keep them away
sections of society from the coverage
i.e. ST, SC, EBC, BC of government
& Minorities initiatives in rural
community. This and urban areas.
along with the low Although different
literacy level schemes like
resulted in poor MGNREGS, SGSY,
awareness levels at Jeevika etc. are
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community and in the district but
Panchyat. the migrants are not
The district has 249 been kept in the
GPs, but branches of coverage to full of
schedule its extent.
Commercial Banks
having their
presence only in 26
Panchyat.
Therefore, only one
in 06 GPs has
banking facilities.
There are a
significant number
of Panchyat, which
do not have any
telephone and
mobile connectivity.
This results in lack
of flow of
communication
between District
MNREGS Team,
Block & GP.
Continuous
Communal
disturbance
background in the
district resulted in a
fractured society
and mistrust
amongst various
sections of society
Being a backward
district, the human
resources with
respect to NREGS
officials and quality
of Mates is also a
constrain.
Poor infrastructures
of post offices and
inadequate staff
created many
problems in timely
wage payment to
laborers.
During rainy season,
lack of options for
work permitted
under MNREGS is a
major hurdle for
providing
employments in
these months.
Permissible
material labor ratio,
which is presently
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adequate for
permanent
community assets
like community hall,
brick soling road,
minor dam, small
culverts, bridges
etc.

IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL:

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


The main scope of The district is also These irrigation
these irrigation affected by flash Schemes are
Scheme is to hold floods.Last three playing main
the rainwater within Years drought drought proofing
the reservoir of the conditions created measure in the
ZamindariBandh another important District of Nalanda.
during monsoon challenge before us.
period and facilitate
the surrounding
agriculture area
through the Out-
lets, constructed
within the body of
ZamindariBandh.
Use of various water Many MIPs are in a Putting more area More number of LI
bodies for irrigation defunct situation. under irrigation points will promote
For irrigation the through revival of ground water
district has very defunct LI points exploitation and
limited source other and MIPs. non- recharging
than ground water may affect the
ground water level
Farm pond WHS and Water bodies dried
dug well are the up earlier poor
main drought water retaining
proofing measures capacity
Supplementary Poor irrigation
irrigation through infrastructure in
canal. Rain water some blocks.
harvesting through
watersheds

ENERGY:
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
Improved consumer Low voltage problem Supply of electricity Theft of electricity
care in rural & urban to non electrified
areas areas
Continuous Irregular and low Improvement in
improvement quality power supply supply and service
process delivery
Increasing Week infrastructure
habitation coverage of power sub
under electricity. centers and
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wire, transformers
may cause havoc in
some or many parts
of the district. There
is huge gap in
supply and demand
of power. The
district has
insufficient
transformers for
power transmission.
Besides 33/11 K.M.
power sub centers is
very old and not
equipped with
requisite machines.
Alternative source of
energy i.e. non-
conventional energy
infrastructure is
very poor.

INDUSTRY & MINERALS:

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


Rice/chura milling, Lack of modern High employment No threat
furniture industry technique raw scope and solving of
general engineering material and unemployed
fabrication silver marketing channel. problem
fish.
Processing Good Law innovation Good employment No threat
scope for facilitation capability and scope and
of good processing capital. weak potentiality in the
unit like rice/chara industrial base area.
mill, gur
mill,(khausari)
potato chips, maize
product (atta) and
dairy product,
morraba, sugar cane
juice in the district
Raw material like
sugar cane which in
available easily.
Food Industry Lack of modern High scope of No threat
Availability of raw technical and plant development of
material many are machinery lack entrepreneur
entrepreneurs are of proper marketing
engaged in the channel and
micro industry and packaging.
have high potential
in the district for
these activation

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TRANSPORTS& ROADS
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
Increasing road Poor road facilities Rural transportation
networks in rural pockets & economic growth
through road
networks
Improving road Lack of proper Construction of new Poor condition of
conditions supervision roads bridge cut off link
monitoring and during rainy season
evaluation road
works
Poor maintenance of Connectivity of GP
road & bridges with all villages
Technical cell is set Dependent on Completion of No
up in RWD motivators work schemes on time.
Selection of Scarcity of fund Preparation of plan Work force and
schemes on time during peak season as per requirement. overloading of
schemes.
Good collection of Lack of human More revenue can be Improper Highway
revenue from resources generated through security.
transport intensive checking.
Lack of training Local community
among existing impedes checking of
staffs about vehicle.
departmental work.
Lack of supervisory
level staffs
SCIENCE & TECH: E- GOVERNANCE
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1. The E- 1.The services 1. E - governance The problem .Power
Governance project based on can play a very vital supply for e-
is being Information & role in providing governance unit
implemented in all Technology to the information to may hamper the
twenty blocks people is still very common people as pace so alternate
including all the limited and Services well as tourist as arrangement is
three sub-division. of Vasudha Kendra( Nalanda University required in terms of
Common Facility is going to be arrangement of
Centres) landmark of non-conventional
education once energy.
again in restoring
history.
2. All revenue 2. People of Nalanda 2. Training cum
records are being have not orientation can be
digitized and other satisfactory given to women on
services are being education level so use IT and can
provided i.e. RTPS they are hesitant in facilitate Panchyat
through E- using the services of people in accessing
Governance. IT for getting services.
improved services.
3. Monthly Progress 3. Market linkage of 3. Market price and
report of Panchyats, agricultural products market for
Blocks and District is still lacking with agriculture can be
are also being IT services. explored through
entered regularly in clubbing of
order to avoid agriculture services
further data with e-governance.

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discrepancy and
manipulation.
4. Human Resource 4. More
are technically Transparency in
sound and can services and
deliver the progress accountability can
indicators with the be achieved through
scope of less errors. E-governance
centre.
5. Samadhan is 5. Weaker section
highly effective in and women can be
delivering improved trained on use of IT
services in short through e-
span of time to the governance.
people.

FOREST

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


Vast area under Frequent forest fire Improving coverage Practice of burning
forest & forest based loses revenue. through plantation. forest for collection
resources. of Mahua flower.
A number of Shortage of Timely utilization of Mining activities
organizations are firewatcher during available fund. may diminish forest
working on forest. summer. coverage.
A number of VFMPC Inadequate Promotion of eco- Illegal felling
protection measures tourism
(man, fire, animals,
insects, fungus,
climbers, weeds
&climate)
Implementation of Uses of no methods Protection through Excessive pressure
forest and wildlife for thinning. Pruning Social fencing. of fuelwood
acts. and cleaning. collection by local.
Scope for mixed High cattle grazing
plantation. pressure on forest.
Sustainable
collection of NTFP
through VFMPC.

GENERAL ECONOMIC SERVICES:TOURISM

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


1. Elegance park and 1. Hygiene and 2. ASI can explore Some part of
swimming pool is community toilets some more facts in Nalanda is naxal
formed in the (especially for Nalanda and other affected so may be
premises of Kund to women) are part of Nalanda. a threat for
lure tourists. lacking. administration.
2. Ghora - Katora 2. Advocacy at 2. Tourist
dam has been larger canvass is Information system
developed with motor still required. is under
boats and chariot construction.
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attraction for tourists.
Rope way is also
wonderful asset for
tourist.
3. Services for 3. ASI role is not 3. Tourism industry
tourists on website very active in can be developed
are available and restoring some as scenery and
information is well valuable historical place is scintillating.
available. events and space. More activities like
para selling, glider
can be arranged
permanently.
4. The local 4. Medium Range
products i.e. Khaja hotel can be
of Silao is not being constructed.
capitalized.
5. Accessibility from
metropolitan is the
bigger issue.

Expertise in Shortage of Staff, Address to the


Vocational Guidance No Vehicle alarming problem of No
program unemployment
Tourism, historical No proper Can be developing Proper link with
places, arrangement and for tourism mega cities.
NavNalandaMahavihar plan industry.
and peace pagoda
draws world
attention.

SOCIAL SERVICES:
Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat
1. Through opening Lack of adequate Launching of Lack of parents
of new schools. number of teachers & education based participation.
required rural development
infrastructure program.
2. Providing non- Lack of Improved High/ private
formal. Education communication infrastructure and participation may
facility of access in communication hike the cost of
difficult areas. facility. education.
3. Opening new Poor economic More no. of Outward migration
K.G.B.V is in all condition of parents. residential girls may affect children
educationally hostel. education.
backward blocks.
4. Providing MDM in Lack of proper Minimized student
all Schools. monitoring & teacher ratio.
supervision.
5. Providing School Less joyful learning Enhancement of
dress for children &approach that is formal schooling
specially girls more traditional. system.
children.
6. Opening of new Child labour. Vocational course in
child labour schools, upper primary &
new residential high schools.
School.
7. Child tracking Low retention rate PPP/PPCP in
through community than enrolment. education regulated

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leaders, PRI manner.
member, Teachers,
TolaSewaks/
educational
volunteers.
8. The PTR has also Village Education
been maintained. Committee not so
The dropout rate has effective in many
fall-down blocks/
considerably. Special panchayats.Pertaining
focus has been dawn to education sector,
for mental and the percentage
physical health of differences between
children. enrolled and non-
enrolled girls and
boys separately in
the district are 6
percent for boys and
6 percent for girls.
The percentage of
drop out for boys and
girls are besides the
non-enrolled. The
percentage of non-
enrolled collective,
boys and girls
combined is of 12
percent and to cover
this 12 percent non-
enrolled collective
Special enrolment
campaign for SC/ST/
Mahadalits/ Minority.
Involvement of a no
of organizations in
education.
Providing free
textbooks.
Recurrent teacher is
training.

Construction of
sufficient additional
classrooms.
Providing Game &
Sports facility.
Under health sector,
all major health
centres are working
on 24x7 services
with diet to all in-
patients and having
uninterrupted water,
sanitation and power
supply. Connectivity
to health facilities is
very good and that
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population residing
in rural and urban
areas.
RogiKalyanSamities
are constituted and
functional in all
health institutions up
to block level.
National Rural Non-availability of Integrated water Water quality
Drinking water adequate electricity. Supply & sanitation problem in source.
Program. State plan, Reduction in effective management
water quality diameter of C.I pipes approach.
monitoring. due to corrosion by
Iron, Non-availability
of perennial river.
Lack of awareness,
Non-availability of
DTH cum reverse
rotary combination
rig machine, Lack of
sufficient no of
maintenance staff &
vehicle. Poor
understanding of
quality aspects. Non-
availability of
constructional
material, un-uniform
nature of under
ground soil strata due
to hilly & terrain
topography with
rocky ground surface
in some part of the
district.
SOCIAL SERVICES:LABOUR

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


Active officials and Target from state is District should make Influential people
good leadership. not factual and relevant target for may take
implementation successful unnecessary
becomes an issue at implementation of advantage.
district level. any schemes.
Schemes like Some of the
Migrant labour schemes are not
Accident Grant and very much relevant
Rehabilitation arte for Nalanda district
getting good like bidi majdoor.
response

SOCIAL SERVICES: PHED, BIHARSARIF

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


PHED Nalanda has Poor availability of The Department of People often
very strong team human resource viz. PHED though its damage water pipe

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and team spirit. lack of technical competent team of while taking water
staff as well as Technical and non in illegal way.
shortage of pump technical staffs carry
operator at various out and have ample
pumping centre. opportunity to
promote safe
drinking water as
well as TSC and LWY
programme.
Infrastructures such Lack of dedicated Part of the district
as office building for working agencies for being affected with
division /sub division execution of presence of excess
/store etc. are well construction work fluoride in the
developed and within stipulated ground water so
maintained. time frame. there is an
opportunity to
research the effect
on people and take
measures to safe
them with alternate
solution with
implementation and
piloting of new
techniques.
District level water Unavailability of In this regard Mini
testing laboratory is adequate power water supply
established and supply to maintain schemes and hand
imparts training to Urbana/Rural water pumps attachment
people. supplies. units are being
installed.
No habitation has Decadence of water Pilot projects for the
left uncovered supply on testing of
through spot conventional source effectiveness and
sources(Hand Pump of energy success of a new
provisions) viz.electricity. technique of
removal of fluoride
through ‘’
electrolysis ‘’ is
under way in Rajgir
block.
Each block The constructed
headquarters are water supply
provided with pipe schemes /programs
water supply are neither used
scheme. properly nor
maintained to the
required level, which
needs afterwards
strengthening, and
awareness building
of PRIs.
Through TSC and
LWY rural people are
not only provided
with IHHL, School
Toilets, but are also
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hygiene necessity.

Work related to the


construction of
Various scheme of
water supply as well
as provide safe
drinking water to
both Rural and
Urban Poulation
through pipe water
supply schemes as
well as spot sources
(Hand Pumps)

SOCIAL SERVICES:MDM

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


Need of children as No office at Block Can be source of May be chance of
SNP. level. higher enrollment conflict among
and retention. community and
schoolteacher.
Universilization of Wastage of time of Drop out can be
MDM and Education. teachers in checked.
managing MDM for
child.
Mental and physical Irregular supply of
development of food stuffs.
child.
Coordination among Lack of coordination
various section and among VEC and
inter-learning of schoolteacher and
culture. dedication.
Kitchen shade in Fake attendance at
every school. school.
Cook is available in Lack of training for
every school. updating MDM
accounts.
Hand pumps are Lack of contingency
available in every for MDM.
school.
No sitting
arrangement of
child during MDM.
Lack of utensils for
MDM

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GENERAL SERVICES: JAIL, BIHARSARIF

Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat


Space availability is Drainage system is Public health officer Management will
good not good can regularly visit have to be careful.
jail for periodicity
and system of
hygiene inspection.
Cleaning is good Most of the work is Parameters for Security issue.
still manual. making ideal jail can
be set up.
Arrangement for
prisoners like toilet
and bathroom is
very poor.
Most of the
parameters for
being a ideal jail is
lacking
Security is not up to
mark as the jail is
far from habitation.
Good Jail staffs, No proper Available land for
law, and order. infrastructure for infrastructure and
prisoners specially other capacity
women. building
programme.

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CHAPTER III

Resource Envelop Of the District: 2012-13

The Resource Envelope of Nalanda District is constituted by converging fund

from various sectors/scheme. For the Annual Plan 2012‐13, resources (District

plan Outlay) to the extent of Rs. 98980.701 lakhs will be available to the
District out of the District sector schemes and are given in the following table:-

As against the proposed plan outlay of Rs. 98980.701 lakhs of the district for the

year 2012‐13, the requirement of funds is Rs. 161949.674 lakhs which

creates a gap of Rs. 62968.97 lakhs. The resource gap is because of the
proposition of some new activities at the district and block level which are
incorporated in the district plan keeping the actual needs of the people and with
a view to improve the quality and coverage of the existing plan schemes. The

sector wise and scheme wise availability of funds for the year 2012‐13 as

provided by the district level authorities is given in the table:

SECTOR/SCHEME WISE AVAILABILITY OF FUND (In Lakhs)


Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Allotment/
No. Proposed
Outlay of
2011-12
1 2 3 4
I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 82.08
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed Programe 17.7
3 Macromode Scheme 0
4 a. Integrated cereal Devlopment Programe 0.5
5 b. farm mechanization 117
6 c. Integrated Pest management 4.8
7 National food security mission (pulse) 56.25
8 National food security mission (Rice) 88.752
9 National food security mission (Wheat) 116.31

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10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3179.888
11 tal & Diyara devlopment scheme 31.18
12 kisan salahkar yogna 75.44
13 Promotion of organic farming 105.62
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed pulses oil 132.682
plam & maize
15 seed production on Govt. farm 9.85
16 Establishment & renovation of Agriculture 548.82
offices buildings including E-Kisan Bhawan
17 Development of ware housing & storage 0
18 Interest subsidy on Agriculture Loan 0
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring of vechicle 0
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan yojna 0
Sub Total 4566.872
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0
22 Training of farmers (a) inter state 6.00
23 (b) Within State 8.700
24 ( c) Within district 16.000
Demonstrations
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 11.160
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 37.368
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 4.800
28 (b) Within State 3.660
29 ( c) Within district 3.000
30 Mobilization of farmer groups 10
(a) Capacity building, skill development
and support services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving fund 2.500
32 Rewards and incentives Best organized 1
group representing different enterprises (5
groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0
Sub Total 104.188
II. Farm Information dissemination
34 District level exhibitions, kisan melas, 4
fruits/vegetables shows no. of events
35 Number of leaflets made and 4
sitributed/number of advertisements made
35 Number of technology packages developed 1
(CD)
Sub Total 9.000
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement, validation and Adoption
36 Farmer Scientist interaction at district 0.640
37 Organization of field days and kisan 6
gosthies
38 Assessment, frfinement, validation and 1
adoption of frontline technologies and
other short term researchable issues
through KVKs and other local reseearch
centers. No, of KVK involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like institutions 0
recurring
40 * Functionary support 16.68
41 *TA/DA 0
42 *Operational expenses for district level 6.5
43 * operational expenses at Block level 6

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44 * Hiring of vehicles 1.5
45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0
46 *BTM 48
47 *Block level SMS 40.8
48 * Civil works and Refurbishing of ATMA 0
office
49 Establishment of Block level FIACs 0
(Number)
50 Farm School 23.52
Sub Total 150.640
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES DISTRICT
LEVEL
51 support for district level training 5
institutions
52 Setting up CRS 0
53 It Center & Building 0
Sub Total 5
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district componetnt 10
Total agriculture 4845.700
56 Fisheries Producation and supply of quality fish and 18.64
fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur fisheries 0
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0
59 Strengthenin of fisheries organization (fish 0
feed mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme (crop 0
insurance)
61 Training and Extension 0
62 Assistance to SC pisciculturists (new tank) 0
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 0
64 Development of Inland fisheries 0
Aquaculture
65 Group insurance scheme for fishermen 0
66 Housing for fishermen 0
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 0
Total 18.64
68 Anila Husbandry Scheme of Veterinary service and Animal 435.302
Health
69 Scheme of Veterinary service and Animal 20.653
Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service Production 3.088
and grass land development
71 Scheme of strenthening of information and 0
extention
72 Scheme of poultry development in the 0
state
73 Scheme of assistance to states for control 13.246
of animal disease (ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by production of 7.587
milk,meat,egg woll in state on the basis of
integrated simple survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of direction and 26.896
Administration
76 Establishment of cattle disease diagnostic 0
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77 Murgi Grame yojna 16.818
78 Rural poultry development scheme 0
79 Cattle Development and breeding Scheme 99.117
80 Scheme of establisment of veterinary 0
council
Total 622.706
81 Horticulture 1.Rennovation of horticulture office 0
82 2. Establishment of horticulture office in 0
projeny bag
83 3. Purchase of vehicle 0
84 4. Development of horticulture (Road map 0
programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of veg. seed 1
among farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 0
87 5.R.K.V.Y 0
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 6 block 33.95
Nursery of 2 acre each,3 seed production
farm of 20 ha. And 1 projeny bag of 10
ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 0
90 (iii) Pump house 0
91 6. National horticulture Mission 233.36
92 7. Microirrigation 444.15
Total 712.46
93 Cooperative Infrastruchral setup for marketing under 807
PACS
94 Godam Repairment 0
95 Goatry 0
96 Agri clinic 0
97 Composit unit 0
98 Margin Money 0
99 fund to education committee 0
100 Cold storage repairing 0
101 Cold storage repairing Badi Pahadi 0
102 Central Consumer store, sale center 0
construction
103 Cooperative training center 0
Total 807
104 Dairy Develop DCS org & Stengthenirg of DCS 0
ment
105 Man Power development (Training) 1.561
106 Study tour of farmers to outside state 0
107 A.I Training out Side/inside state 0
108 Dairg foarm management Traing (in side 0
state)
109 Awareness of farmers at society level 0
110 DCS Secretary training 0
111 Deworming of Cattle 1.8
112 Fodder Demonstration 0
113 Construction of mill collecation contract 24.105
114 Cattle inductorn 0
115 Laghu Dairy 0
116 Mini day 0
117 Midi dairy 0
118 Electronic milko tester 4.95

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119 Commercial dairy 0
120 Extension & advertisent 0
121 Milk yield competition 0
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0
123 Purchase of Vehicle 0
Total 32.416
124 Sugarcane Seed purchase Subcidy 0.215
Development
125 Transportation 0.0323
126 Jal Karah 0.2
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.44
128 Wormiculture & organic Fertilizer 1.76
129 Seminar 0
130 Advertising & Publication 0
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0
132 office Expenses 0.065
133 Direct amount 0
134 Training 0.7
Total 3.41225
Total I 11878.034
II. Rural Development
135 DRDA Administration 98.889
136 DRDA Building 0
Rural Employment
137 SGSY 400.000
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 28690.000
Land Reforms
139 Updating of land record and survey 0
140 land acquisition 0
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 114.4
142 Purchase of land for house siet for 0
homeless
143 Purchase of land for link road 0
Other Rural Development
144 MGNREGS Establisment 480.000
Housing (Including police housing)
145 Indira Awas Yojna 3635.000
146 Panchayat Raj Construction of Panchayat sarkar Bhavan 0
147 NABARD Skill development initiative on beauty 2.40
culture and tailoring & embroidery
Total II 33420.69
III. Special Area Programme
148 BRGF 0
149 Grant under 13th Finace Commission 0
proviso to
Article 275(1)
Total III 0
IV. Irrigation & Flood Control
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to punpun link 0
channel from kolhar to Dumri.
151 Restoration of Left Zamindari bundh of 0
Bhutahi River from pritam bigha to
Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa River from 0
Dhowa to Sugar beg chak.
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154 Bed clearance of Sapahi paeen from 0
Murligadh to Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen and 0
Zammindari bundh from Amat to
Kararua River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to Bhutahi 0
RIVER.
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to
Dardha River.
158 Restoration of Zamindari 0
bundh from Berthu to Kara-
rua River.
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha
of Donr River.
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Usmanpur to Badiha
of Sonr River.
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb
gha of Kakaria- Donr River.
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Kamta to Sultanpur
of Kakaria- Sonr River.
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha
of Nonai River.
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 0
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur
of Nonai River.
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Murgawan to Kushha
of Paimar River.
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Chakauribigha to Am-
ia Bigha of Paimar River.
167 Restoration of Zamindari 0
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi-
har Road to AJNAURA .
168 Restoration of Zamindari 0
bundh from Right of Muha-
ane River to Belsar.
169 Restoration of Zamindari 0
bundh from Chakhazari
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road.
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 0
een from BhagwaAhar (Du-
mri) to Telmar.
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Pillich to Sonchari
of Paimar River.
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh from the bord-
er of Nalanda zilla to
BansBigha
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 0

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from Tetaria to Ranipur
of Muhane River.
174 Bed clearance of Seesa 0
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar
River.
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 0
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai
River.
176 Bed clearance and cons- 0
trction of structure in Dor
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh-
auna) to Barsianwan of
Bhtahi River.
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 0
hary Paeen from Rustam-
pur to Nonai via Aungari.
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 0
nala and restoration of
Zamindari Bundh from Sa-
thua to Jalwar River.
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 0
wain River from Mandach
to Korawan.
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Piroza to Chamdeha
Lodipur.
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura
Dhanwan.
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 0
Paeen up to Nagarnausa
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN
Paeen of Lokain River.
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 0
river from Naugadh to
Ashadhi.
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 0
from Aungari to Dhurgawn
and Rasalpur Paeen.
185 Boulder Pitching work at 0
various locations of Muh-
ane river.
186 Boulder Pitching work at 0
various locations of Lokain
river.
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 0
Nala ( a dead course of
Falgu ) river and construct-
ion of structures.
188 Construction of WEIR at 0
Tharthari (Siwan) chilka
and its irrigation system.
189 Construction of WEIR at 0
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and its irrigation system.
190 Construction of WEIR at 0
Choki - Hurari in Karai
and its irrigation system.
191 Jalpath,Biharsarif Total Scheme regarding Embankment and 6553.34
irrigation related schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 0
193 2- Failed tubewell 0
Total IV 6553.34
V. Energy
194 Electricity(BSEB) Electricity(BSEB) 0
Non Conventional energy
195 Solar Lightfor House 0
196 Bio Gas 0
197 Street Light 0
Total V 0
VI. Industry & Minerals
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender establishmnt 50
199 Udyog vistar officer 15
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan varg Bihar 3.1
Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan var Mirdag 6
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan var Bihar 6
Sharif
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho Sarai 4
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 19.19
205 Prashichhan 0
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka Vikash 0
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan marmati 0
208 Alap kalin prashichhan karykram 0
209 Khadi Capre par anudan khadi sector ke 0
antargat prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 0
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 0
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv residence 0
213 audogik kampen seminar Con salti 0
214 Publicity and Publication 0
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke antargat vikash 0
35 % anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat anudan 0
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan kachh ka 0
sajadi chair table udhmita prashichhan
Total VI 103.29
VII. Transport Civil Aviation
218 RWD BIHAR MMGSY 750
219 RWD BIHAR 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 30
220 RWD BIHAR 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 190
221 Transport office Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke 0
computer class me S.C ka adhisthapan
222 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke 0
dhwanirhit generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay me 0
upskaro ki khridagi
RWD MMGSY
224 2008-09 0
225 2010-11 0

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226 2011-12 0
227 2012-13 0
PMGSY
228 2008-09 0
SPECIAL COMPONENT
229 2010-11 0
230 2011-12 0
Total VII. 970
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment
231 Building for E-governance Centre 0
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 0
233 Computer System 0
234 server 0
235 Printer 0
236 Scanner 0
237 External hard disk 0
238 Computer Table 0
239 Printer Table 0
240 Cabling Cost 0
241 Book Shelvas 0
242 Godrej Almera 0
243 Projector 0
244 Projector Screen 0
245 Laptop 0
246 Generator 30 KVA 0
247 Centralised UPS 0
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0
249 Audio/Video Camera for Video 0
Conferencing
250 Centralised A.C. 0
251 Mike System for Conference room 0
252 Expenditure on unschduled items 0
(Electericty, Wiring and Lighting System
253 Books for Library 0
Total 0
Forestry & Wildlife
254 State Plan 0
255 Rehabilation of Degraded Forests 0
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan Yojana 0
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 0
258 Nahar Tat farm 0
259 Path tat Plantation 0
260 Backward Region Grant Fund 0
(BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 0
262 Pollution Control Board 0
263 Development of Sanjay Gandhi Biological 0
Part (50:50)
TOTAL 0
Total VIII 0
IX. General Economic Services
264 Planning Construction of the building for District 46
Planning Office
265 RSVY 644.28
266 MNRegion Development fund 990

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267 Mukhmantri Mukhmantri nagar vikash yojana 255.829
nagar vikash
yojana
268 Tourism 0
269 Statistics Civil Regist. 0
270 Raingauge 0
271 Training 0
272 Computer data entry 0
273 Publication 0
274 Library 0
275 Statistics day 0
276 Vichel out Sources 0
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 0
Total IX 1936.109
X. Social Service
278 (A) Rural Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 474.675
279 Sanitation ( Total School Toilets 140.4
280 Sanitation Anganvadi Toilets 10.64
281 Campaign) IEC 25
282 Administrative charges 18
283 Community sanitary complexes 28.5
284 Solid and Liquid waste management 21
285 (B) Lohiya Lohiya Swachta yojna 272.42
swachta yojana
286 Total 990.635
287 Water supply & 1. Mini water supply shceme Floiride 1586.326
sanitation (Solar)
288 (A) Rural water 2.Mini water supply shceme drought 321.323
supply (solar)
289 3. Mini water supply shceme electric 1110.506
290 4. Urban water supply scheme 232.977
291 5. Construction of T/W for coverage of 745.078
NC/PC habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in Anganbari 178.69
293 7. Construction of T/w in NC/PC quality 23.359
affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 73.626
295 8. Rural piped water supply scheme & 941.998
making function defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and recharging 223.214
297 10. Ground water recharging & rain water 205.5
harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube well 464.54
sustainable, weels/santinized wells, SM
and SR
Total 6107.137
299 BC 274.34
300 SC 723.39

301 Samaj kalyan IGNOAPS 2518.344


302 Vibhag, samajik IGNWPS 177.936
303 suraksha LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 696
304 RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 368.64
305 IG.DISABLE PENSION 123.312
306 STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.28
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 46.98

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308 NFBS 150
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH YOGENA 16.99
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 18
Total 5149.212
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 16.18906
312 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 192.53
313 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 3900.09105
314 2235 Data Opretor 0.7649
315 2235 Prashichhan 32.16273
316 2235 Bachcho ka poshak 0
317 2235 Medicin 13.914
318 2235 Bal vikash pariyojana 995.52154
319 2236 Paoshahar 2972.7949
320 2235 Data Opretor 15.298
321 2235 Atirikat & upkaran vinni kendra upkaran 14.52
322 2235 Flaxi Fund 23.19
323 2235 Aaganwari kender bhawan 0
324 2235 Vikash Office 0
Total 8176.97618
325 Labour Organisation of training camps for the 0.8678
workers of rural and unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & Rehabilitation of child 0.404
labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child labour 0
commission
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation Programme 9.7
329 Inter – State Migrant labour plan. 3
330 Strengthening of Enforcement machinery. 1.2
331 House Building plan for the Bidi workers 0
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0
Total 15.1718
General Education
333 a) Elementry & Adult Education
334 Workshop and seminar for Development of 0
Text Book, Curriculum, Supplementary
books and publication of journal,
magazine, research paper and other
Teaching Learning Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar Anchal Yojana 0
336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak Yojana (6 0
years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana(9-12 0
years)
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana 0
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle Yojana 546.475
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle Yojana 601.825
341 Secondary Construction of Additional Classrooms/Up 0
Education gradation of Govt. & Nationalised high
Schools and Adarsh Vidyalaya
342 Construction of Sainik School Building 0
343 Construction of Educationa Building at 0
Commisinay Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential Schools 0
345 Training and Orientation programme for 0.6
Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.6

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347 Strengthening of Vocational Education 1.5
348 Grant to Society of secondary education 13.6
349 Monitoring of Schemes of Secondary 0
Education
350 Grant to Library 15
351 Bihar Education Solar Lamps in Elementry school 0
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 22.6875
353 Separate boys Toilet 22.6875
354 Hand Pump 0
355 Health cards for routine check up 0
356 Boundrywall in Elementry school 0
357 permanent residential School for visually 18
impaired/mentally impaired 50 children to
provide elementry education at each block
358 Benches/desk set in middle school 0
359 zila shiksha bhawan 0
Total 1255.975
360 Mid day meal Conversion cost (I-V) 1995
scheme
361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1319.68
362 Grain cost 440.8
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 503.08
364 Transpotion 56.64
365 Kitchen shade 0
366 Kitchen device 0
367 MME
368 R.P honararuim 15.84
369 Vehicle 1.56
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.1
372 Travelling Allowance 0.6
373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.25
374 Office Rent 0.72
375 Distric Coordinator Honorarium 1.21
376 Accountant-cum-data entry honararuim 0.792
377 Online entry of monthly report 2.0976
378 Board construction 0
379 Thali 0
380 Steel glass 0
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 0
382 Requirement of District level office 0
383 Establishment of MDM own building 0
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira etc.) 0
385 Clerk at dist. Level 0
386 peon at dist. Level 0
387 Computer Operator 0
388 Computer with printer 0
389 Requirment of Block level
390 office rent for Block level 0
391 Computer for block level office 0
392 Computer Operator 0
393 Peon at block level 0
394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira etc.) 0
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 0

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Total 4339.370
MATERNAL HEALTH
396 Monitor Progress and Quality of Service 0.50
Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs (Mch Center- 5.00
Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres (MCH Center- 1.00
Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH Services 4.29
400 Monthly Village Health and Nutrition Days 12.57
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana / JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.45
403 Institutional Deliveries
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 913.29
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 5.50
406 Institutional Deliveries-C-Sections 3.41
407 Administrative Expenses 8.30
408 Maternal Death Review 1.36

409 CHILD HEALTH


410 Implementation of IMNCI Activities in 0.50
Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn Care/FBNC 7.75
(Operationalise 40 NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI and 37.34
Micronutrient Malnutrition ( Nutritional
Rehabilitation Centres)
413 FAMILY PLANNING

414 Dissemination of Manuals on Sterilisation 0.20


Standards & QA of Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 72.41
416 NSV Camps 0.35
417 Compensation for Female Sterilisation 111.87
418 Compensation for Male Sterilisation 5.63
(Compensation for NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private Providers for 56.18
Sterilisation Services
420 Spacing Methods

421 POL for Family Planning (for District Level 4.03


+ State Level Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at Health Facility 0.92
(IUD Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE AND
SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme 9.43


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other PNDT Activities 1.00
(Monitoring of Sex Ratio at Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, Supervisory 494.50
Nurses (Salary of Contractual ANM/
Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in Blood 3.60
Banks)
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / PHCs (Salary of 4.20
MOs in Blood Banks)

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429 Others - FP Counsellors 3.60
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, ANMs Etc. 48.58
(Muskaan Programme-Incentive to ASHA
and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training Institutions 2.00
(Repair/renovation of Training
Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 6.56
434 MTP Training 1.22

435 Other MH Training (Any Integrated 2.30


Training, Etc.)- Training of MOs and
Paramedics at Sub-District Level
(Convergence with BSACS)
436 Child Health Training
437 IMNCI 63.40
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.17
439 Family Planning Training
440 Minilap Training 0.70
441 NSV Training 1.36
442 IUD Insertion Training
443 Training of Medical Officers in IUD 0.55
Insertion
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN in IUD 0.88
Insertion
445 Program Management Training-DPMU 0.80
446 Community Visit for Students & Teachers 0.50
447 Strengthening of SHS/ SPMU
(Including HR, Management Cost,
Mobility Support, Field Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District Malaria Office) 1.80
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU Recruited and 18.38
in Position
450 Provision of Equipment/furniture and 9.86
Mobility Support for DPMU Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 177.85
452 Strengthening (Others)
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.08
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.23
455 Management Unit at FRU ( Hospital 9.75
Manager & FRU Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the Programme 0.72
(Statutory Audit)
457 Concurrent Audit (State & District) 0.24
458
459 ASHA
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA Mentoring 37.10
Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 109.34
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit & 36.64
Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs (TA/DA for 32.52
ASHA Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to ASHAs at 0.40
District Level

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465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.48
466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.00

467 Untied Fund for PHCs 5.87


468 Untied Fund for APHC 17.50
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 47.40
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 109.50
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance Grants 1.00
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 3.00
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance Grants 12.00
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 6.00
475 Sub Centres-Annual Maintenance Grants 18.30
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up Gradation
of CHCs, PHCs, Dist. Hospitals to
IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water System in 25 5.52
SDH, 10 RH and 150 PHC
478 Sub Centre Rent and Contingencies 16.50
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 121.42
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain 8.59
(Refurbishment of Existing Cold Chain
Room for District Stores and Earthing and
Wiring of Existing Cold Chain Rooms in All
PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 2.81
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS

483 District Hospitals 9.35

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.00

485 PHCs - RKS 20.00


486 Other (APHC) 43.00
487 District Action Plans (Including Block, 9.62
Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative


489 Constitution and Orientation of 3.74
Community Leader & of
VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, Trainings and 1.65
Capacity Building of PRI at State/Dist.
Health Societies, CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH-Medical Officers 97.05
at DH/CHCs/ PHCs (Only AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC Bureaus 8.17
(State and District Levels)
493 Health Mela 0.04
494 Mobile Medical Units (Including
Recurring Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units (Including Recurring 42.12


Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving Ambulance (Call 31.20
108)
497 Referral Transport in Districts 13.26

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498 Outsourcing of Pathology and 22.67
Radiology Services From PHCs to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste Management) 20.00
500 Innovations 0

501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of Public and 2.71


Private Sector for Providing Safe Abortion
Services
502 Monitoring & Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS 25.40
( District , Block & Divisional Data
Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and E- 0
Governance, E-Health (MCTS, RI
Monitoring, CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 4.80
505 RI Monitoring 1.30
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up-Gradation and 0.04
Maintenance of Web Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive Supervision and 3.38
Data Validation
508 Procurement of Equipment: MH 26.10
(Labour Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment : CH 10.64
(SCNU- NBCC)
510 Procurement of Equipm:Minilap Set (FP) 3.00
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.06
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) (PHC Level) 0.15
513 Dental Chair Procurement 13.58
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 (Running 0.25
Blood Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) As 5.00
Therapeutic Measure to Pregnant Women
with Severe Anaemia
517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & Lactating 16.64
Mothers
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets and Syrup 20.72
for Children (6 -59 Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 14.88
520 General Drugs & Supplies for Health 124.67
Facilities
521 Support Strengthening RNTCP 1.80
522 Other Expenditures (Power Backup,
Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to BSNL 0.75
524 Routine Immunisation & PP
525 Routine Immunisation 62.62478
526 PPI Operation Cost 228.28849
Total 3,606.61
527 Nagar Nigam Nali/Nala 2635.8
Bihar sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 3283.3
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3327.35
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & Path 0
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye 0

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Aavas/Chhatravas
532 B.R.G.F 300
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 0
yojanaantergat/Mahila Shshkitkarn
anudan & Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 0
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & Bhawan Nirman 0
(office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 0
Sports and
Youth Services
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas Yojana 200
539 Construction of new stadiums 0
540 Renovation and Maintenance of existing 0
stadiums and physical college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and Krida Abhiyan 15
(PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 1
Total 9762.45
XI. General Services
Jails
543 Fortification of main gate and sentry post 0
544 Recreational & yoga shade for prisoners 0
545 Library room for prisoners 0
546 Modernization of jail office 0
547 2 Barracks for warders/home guards 0
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 6x10=60 0
549 2 toilets for office 0
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 0
551 one kitchen with gas cooking system 0
552 concrete path ways inside the jail 700 feet 0
553 concrete approach road for staff quarter 0
1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female prisoners 0
555 1 kitchen for female ward 0
556 1 Room for cretch centre 0
557 Vehicle for jail 0
558 Boundary wall of jail campus and gate 0
559 Repairing and Beautification in the jail 0
560 Food distribution shade for prisoners 0
561 Patrolling path of concrete road (4 feet) 0
from inside the main wall.
562 Patrolling path of concrete road (8 feet) 0
from outside the main wall
563 Water tower and tap water supply system 0
to prisoners and staff
564 Flood light 0
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 0
566 10 computer set for prisoners training 0
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. for jail 0
hospital
568 Opthalemo scope 0
569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0
570 One volleyball court for prisoners 0
571 One volleyball court for staff 0

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572 Video conferencing room 0
573 Television set for prisoners wards 0
574 8 line interoom 0
575 one 4" boring and pump for jail 0
576 Central watch room 0
577 Commercial Boundary Wall 11
Taxes
578 Construction of field office Building 0
579 alteration Modification &renovation work in 0
field offices
580 Building Construction of building for SDO,BDO and 0
department district level officer
581 Renovation and repair of existing building 44
2059
582 Bihar Rural CID(Biharsarif) 155.146
583 Livelihood CIF(Biharsarif) 399.500
584 Project (JIVIKA) CID(Harnaut) 252.971
585 CIF(Harnaut) 495.500
586 CID(Nagarnausa) 164.759
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 445.500
588 CID(Noorsarai) 130.564
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 470.000
590 CID(Rahui) 125.350
591 CIF(Rahui) 476.500
592 CID(Rajgir) 245.106
593 CIF(Rajgir) 460.000
594 CID(Sarmera) 207.554
595 CIF(Sarmera) 390.000
596 CID(DPCU) 169.757
597 Project Management exp. 72.491
Total 4715.698
Grand Total 98,980.701

The district plan of Rs. 161949.674lakhs for the year 2012‐13 has been

formulated on the basis of the proposals received from different


officials/agencies as per the requirement in different areas. As such the

requirement of funds during 2012‐13 exceeds the availability of fund for the

district. The sector wise and major component wise requirement of funds for the

year 2012‐13 as proposed by the district is given in the table.

SECTOR/SCHEME WISE REQUIREMENT OF FUNDS: 2012 - 13

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Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Requirement of
No. Fund 2012-13
1 2 3 4
I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 96.000
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed Programe 35.500
3 Macromode Scheme 0.000
4 a. Integrated cereal Devlopment Programe 2.000
5 b. farm mechanization 125.600
6 c. Integrated Pest management 10.300
7 National food security mission (pulse) 80.600
8 National food security mission (Rice) 112.200
9 National food security mission (Wheat) 120.400
10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3534.000
11 tal & Diyara devlopment scheme 40.400
12 kisan salahkar yogna 90.500
13 Promotion of organic farming 110.400
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed pulses oilpalm 140.600
&maize
15 seed production on Govt. farm 12.000
16 Establishment & renovation of Agriculture 548.820
offices buildings including E-Kisan Bhawan
17 Devlopment of ware housing & storage 0.000
18 Intrest subsidy on Agriculture Loan 0.000
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring of vahicle 0.000
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan yojna 0.000
Sub Total 5059.320
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0.000
22 Training of farmers (a) inter state 6.600
23 (b) Within State 9.570
24 ( c) Within district 17.600
Demonstrations
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 12.400
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 41.089
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 5.280
28 (b) Within State 4.026
29 ( c) Within district 3.300
30 Mobilization of farmer groups 11.000
(a) Capacity building, skill development and
support services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving fund 2.500
32 Rewards and incentives Best organized 1.000
group representing different enterprises (5
groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0.000
Sub Total 114.365
II. Farm Information dissemination
34 District level exhibitions, kisan melas, 4.000
fruits/vegetables shows no. of events
35 Number of leaflets made and 5.000
sitributed/number of advertisements made
35 Number of technology packages developed 1.000
(CD)
Sub Total 10.000
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement, validation and Adoption

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36 Farmer Scientist interaction at district 0.853
37 Organization of field days and kisan gosthies 6.600
38 Assessment, refinement, validation and 1.000
adoption of frontline technologies and other
short term researchable issues through KVKs
and other local research centers. No, of KVK
involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like institutions 0.000
recurring
40 * Functionary support 18.348
41 *TA/DA 0.000
42 *Operational expenses for district level 12.000
43 * operational expenses at Block level 12.000
44 * Hiring of vehicles 3.000
45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0.000
46 *BTM 52.800
47 *Block level SMS 44.880
48 * Civil works and Refurbishing of ATMA 0.000
office
49 Establishment of Block level FIACs (Number) 0.000
50 Farm School 25.872
Sub Total 177.353
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES DISTRICT
LEVEL
51 support for district level training institutions 5.000
52 Setting up CRS 0.000
53 It Center & Building 0.000
Sub Total 5.000
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district componetnt 11.000
Total agriculture 5377.038
56 Fisheries Producation and supply of quality fish and 27.750
fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur fisheries 0.000
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0.000
59 Strengthenin of fisheries organization (fish 18.000
feed mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme (crop insurance) 9.600
61 Training and Extension 35.000
62 Assistance to SC pisciculturists (new tank) 1.750
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 50.000
64 Development of Inland fisheries Aquaculture 18.750
65 Group insurance scheme for fishermen 0.000
66 Housing for fishermen 0.000
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 18.000
Total 178.850
68 Anila Husbandry Scheme of Veterinary service and Animal 498.000
Health
69 Scheme of Veterinary service and Animal 184.000
Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service Production 254.000
and grass land development
71 Scheme of strenthening of information and 25.000
extention
72 Scheme of poultry development in the state 15.000

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73 Scheme of assistance to states for control of 120.850
animal disease (ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by production of 7.660
milk,meat,egg woll in state on the basis of
integrated simple survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of direction and 30.000
Administration
76 Establishment of cattle disease diagnostic 45.000
laboratory
77 Murgi Grame yojna 180.000
78 Rural poultry development scheme 200.000
79 Cattle Development and breeding Scheme 232.490
80 Scheme of establisment of veterinary council 30.000
Total 1822.000
81 Horticulture 1.Rennovation of horticulture office 10.000
82 2. Establishment of horticulture office in 25.000
projeny bag
83 3. Purchase of vehicle 7.000
84 4. Development of horticulture (Road map 0.000
programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of veg. seed among 7.500
farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 35.000
87 5.R.K.V.Y 0.000
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 6 block Nursery 174.000
of 2 acre each,3 seed production farm of 20
ha. And 1 projeny bag of 10 ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 3.000
90 (iii) Pump house 5.000
91 6. National horticulture Mission 250.000
92 7. Microirrigation 250.000
Total 766.500
93 Cooperative Infrastruchral setup for marketing under 23.000
PACS
94 Godam Repairment 40.000
95 Goatry 105.000
96 Agri clinic 200.000
97 Composit unit 250.000
98 Margin Money 250.000
99 fund to education committee 129.000
100 Cold storage repairing 200.000
101 Cold storage repairing Badi Pahadi 200.000
102 Central Consumer store, sale center 100.000
construction
103 Cooperative training center 200.000
Total 1697.000
104 Dairy Develop DCS org & Stengthenirg of DCS 0.340
ment
105 Man Power development (Training) 0.000
106 Study tour of farmers to outside state 0.040
107 A.I Training out Side/inside state 0.100
108 Dairg foarm management Traing (inside 0.025
state)
109 Awareness of farmers at society level 0.006
110 DCS Secretary training 0.060
111 Deworming of Cattle 0.150

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112 Fodder Demonstration 2.200
113 Construction of mill collecation contract 21.000
114 Cattle inductorn 0.000
115 Laghu Dairy 40.500
116 Mini day 16.750
117 Midi dairy 11.000
118 Electronic milko tester 0.000
119 Commercial dairy 10.450
120 Extension & advertisent 0.000
121 Milk yield competition 0.750
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0.500
123 Purchase of Vehicle 6.000
Total 109.871
124 Sugarcane Seed purchase Subcidy 1.660
Development
125 Transportation 0.249
126 Jal Karah 0.800
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.830
128 Wormiculture & organic Furtilizer 3.320
129 Seminar 0.400
130 Advertising & Publication 2.000
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0.400
132 office Expenses 0.200
133 Direct amount 0.600
134 Training 0.080
Total 10.539
Total I 15327.836
II. Rural Development
135 DRDA Administration 120.000
136 DRDA Building 35.000
Rural Employment
137 SGSY 0.000
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 32750.000
Land Reforms
139 Updating of land record and survey 0.000
140 land acquisition 0.000
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 0.000
142 Purchase of land for house siet for homeless 0.000
143 Purchase of land for link road 0.000
Other Rural Development
144 MGNREGS Establisment 600.000
Housing (Including police housing)
145 Indira Awas Yojna 6693.750
146 Panchayat Raj Construction of Panchayat sarkar Bhavan 2880.000
147 NABARD Skill development initiative on beauty 3.200
culture and tailoring & embroidery
Total II 43081.950
III. Special Area Programme
148 BRGF 1834.000
149 Grant under 13th Finace Commission 1333.000
proviso to
Article 275(1)
Total III 3167.000
IV. Irrigation & Flood Control
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to punpun link 80.000
channel from kolhar to Dumri.

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151 Restoration of Left Zamindari bundh of 550.000
Bhutahi River from pritam bigha to
Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa River from 160.000
Dhowa to Sugar beg chak.
153 Bed clearance of Dardha River. 50.000
154 Bed clearance of Sapahi paeen from 60.000
Murligadh to Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen and 280.000
Zammindari bundh from Amat to Kararua
River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to Bhutahi RIVER. 60.000
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to 25.000
Dardha River.
158 Restoration of Zamindari 120.000
bundh from Berthu to Kara-
rua River.
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha
of Donr River.
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 100.000
from Usmanpur to Badiha
of Sonr River.
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb
gha of Kakaria- Donr River.
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 30.000
from Kamta to Sultanpur
of Kakaria- Sonr River.
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha
of Nonai River.
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 30.000
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur
of Nonai River.
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 115.500
from Murgawan to Kushha
of Paimar River.
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 47.250
from Chakauribigha to Am-
ia Bigha of Paimar River.
167 Restoration of Zamindari 100.000
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi-
har Road to AJNAURA .
168 Restoration of Zamindari 40.000
bundh from Right of Muha-
ane River to Belsar.
169 Restoration of Zamindari 30.000
bundh from Chakhazari
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road.
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 210.000
een from BhagwaAhar (Du-
mri) to Telmar.
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 120.750
from Pillich to Sonchari
of Paimar River.
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 200.000

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and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh from the bord-
er of Nalanda zilla to
BansBigha
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000
from Tetaria to Ranipur
of Muhane River.
174 Bed clearance of Seesa 60.000
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar
River.
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 36.000
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai
River.
176 Bed clearance and cons- 220.000
trction of structure in Dor
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh-
auna) to Barsianwan of
Bhtahi River.
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 168.000
hary Paeen from Rustam-
pur to Nonai via Aungari.
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 600.000
nala and restoration of
Zamindari Bundh from Sa-
thua to Jalwar River.
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 140.000
wain River from Mandach
to Korawan.
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 60.000
from Piroza to Chamdeha
Lodipur.
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 134.000
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura
Dhanwan.
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 180.000
Paeen up to Nagarnausa
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN
Paeen of Lokain River.
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 56.000
river from Naugadh to
Ashadhi.
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 145.000
from Aungari to Dhurgawn
and Rasalpur Paeen.
185 Boulder Pitching work at 38.000
various locations of Muh-
ane river.
186 Boulder Pitching work at 200.000
various locations of Lokain
river.
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 200.000
Nala ( a dead course of
Falgu ) river and construct-
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188 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000
Tharthari (Siwan) chilka
and its irrigation system.
189 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000
Pendapur-Musadhi Karai
and its irrigation system.
190 Construction of WEIR at 600.000
Choki - Hurari in Karai
and its irrigation system.
191 Jalpath,Biharsarif Total Scheme regarding Embankment and 5091.440
irrigation related schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 448.000
193 2- Failed tubewell 1278.000
Total IV 14302.940
V. Energy
194 Electricity(BSEB) Electricity(BSEB) 0.000
Non Conventional energy
195 Solar Lightfor House 0.000
196 Bio Gas 22.000
197 Street Light 11.200
Total V 33.200
VI. Industry & Minerals
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender establishmnt 60.000
199 Udyog vistar officer 20.000
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan varg Bihar 4.000
Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan var Mirdag 7.000
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan var Bihar Sharif 10.000
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho Sarai 5.000
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 35.000
205 Prashichhan 10.800
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka Vikash 50.000
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan marmati 2.000
208 Alap kalin prashichhan karykram 1.000
209 Khadi Capre par anudan khadi sector ke 10.000
antargat prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 3.000
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 1.500
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv residence 25.000
213 audogik kampen seminar Con salti 3.000
214 Publicity and Publication 2.000
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke antargat vikash 35 5.600
% anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat anudan 500.000
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan kachh ka sajadi 2.000
chair table udhmita prashichhan
Total VI 756.900
VII. Transport Civil Aviation
218 RWD BIHAR MMGSY 987.700
219 RWD BIHAR 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 37.290
220 RWD BIHAR 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 250.000
221 Transport office Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke computer 0.700
class me S.C ka adhisthapan
222 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke 4.000
dhwanirhit generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay me upskaro 2.300

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ki khridagi
RWD MMGSY
224 2008-09 0.000
225 2010-11 487.000
226 2011-12 927.000
227 2012-13 1200.000
PMGSY
228 2008-09 145.000
SPECIAL COMPONENT
229 2010-11 397.560
230 2011-12 800.000
Total VII. 5238.550
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment
231 Building for E-governance Centre 50.000
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 10.000
233 Computer System 7.500
234 server 4.000
235 Printer 3.000
236 Scanner 2.000
237 External hard disk 0.200
238 Computer Table 1.250
239 Printer Table 0.100
240 Cabling Cost 1.000
241 Book Shelvas 0.500
242 Godrej Almera 0.500
243 Projector 0.500
244 Projector Screen 0.200
245 Laptop 1.200
246 Generator 30 KVA 5.000
247 Centralised UPS 5.000
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0.500
249 Audio/Video Camera for Video Conferencing 2.000
250 Centralised A.C. 10.000
251 Mike System for Conference room 1.000
252 Expenditure on unschduled items 4.000
(Electericty, Wiring and Lighting System
253 Books for Library 2.000
Total 111.450
Forestry & Wildlife
254 State Plan 0.000
255 Rehabilation of Degraded Forests 0.000
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan Yojana 3.000
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 11.854
258 Nahar Tat farm 1.290
259 Path tat Plantation 84.000
260 Backward Region Grant Fund 0.000
(BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 25.920
262 Pollution Control Board 0.000
263 Development of Sanjay Gandhi Biological 0.000
Part (50 :50)
TOTAL 126.064
Total VIII 237.514
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264 Planning Construction of the building for District 0.000
Planning Office
265 RSVY 0.000
266 MNRegion Development fund 0.000
267 Mukhmantri Mukhmantri nagar vikash yojana 800.000
nagar vikash
yojana
268 Tourism 0.000
269 Statistics Civil Regist. 69.750
270 Raingauge 4.000
271 Training 12.000
272 Computer data entry 2.000
273 Publication 2.000
274 Library 1.000
275 Statistics day 1.000
276 Vichel out Sources 36.000
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 11.000
Total IX 938.750
X. Social Service
278 (A) Rural Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 1470.000
279 Sanitation ( Total School Toilets 175.000
280 Sanitation Anganvadi Toilets 8.000
281 Campaign) IEC 50.000
282 Administrative charges 25.000
283 Community sanitary complexes 125.000
284 Solid and Liquid waste management 25.000
285 (B) Lohiya Lohiya Swachta yojna 1120.000
swachta yojana
286 Total 2998.000
287 Water supply & 1. Mini water supply shceme Floiride (Solar) 1130.000
sanitation
288 (A) Rural water 2.Mini water supply shceme drought (solar) 314.400
supply
289 3. Mini water supply shceme electric 266.400
290 4. Urban water supply scheme 1020.000
291 5. Construction of T/W for coverage of 300.600
NC/PC habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in Anganbari 207.600
293 7. Construction of T/w in NC/PC quality 28.080
affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 108.000
295 8. Rural piped water supply scheme & 12.800
making function defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and recharging 128.160
297 10. Ground water recharging & rain water 675.000
harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube well 180.000
sustainable, weels/santinized wells, SM and
SR
Total 4371.040
299 BC 2328.000
300 SC 9083.000

301 Samaj kalyan IGNOAPS 2624.000


302 Vibhag, samajik IGNWPS 322.800
303 suraksha LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 744.000

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304 RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 432.000
305 IG.DISABLE PENSION 28.800
306 STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.280
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 55.000
308 NFBS 155.000
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH YOGENA 30.000
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 50.000
Total 15887.880
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 15.000
312 Kanya vivah yojana 198.000
313 Kanya vivah yojana 4700.000
314 Data Opretor 0.918
315 Prashichhan 38.000
316 Bachcho ka poshak 265.500
317 Medicin 15.930
318 Bal vikash pariyojana 1081.000
319 Paoshahar 3312.255
320 Data Opretor 18.358
321 Atirikat & upkaran vinni kendra upkaran 115.950
322 Flaxi Fund 26.550
323 Aaganwari kender bhawan 466.000
324 Vikash Office 10.000
Total 10263.460
325 Labour Organisation of training camps for the 0.812
workers of rural and unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & Rehabilitation of child 0.900
labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child labour commission 0.000
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation Programme 1.000
329 Inter – State Migrant labour plan. 8.000
330 Strengthening of Enforcement machinery. 0.000
331 House Building plan for the Bidi workers 20.000
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0.000
Total 30.712
General Education
333 a) Elementry & Adult Education
334 Workshop and seminar for Development of 0.000
Text Book, Curriculum, Supplementary
books and publication of journal, magazine,
research paper and other Teaching Learning
Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar Anchal Yojana 0.000
336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak Yojana (6 476.000
years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana(9-12 years) 570.000
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana 1235.000
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle Yojana 602.500
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle Yojana 662.500
341 Secondary Construction of Additional Classrooms/Up 1360.000
Education gradation of Govt. & Nationalised high
Schools and Adarsh Vidyalaya
342 Construction of Sainik School Building 0.000
343 Construction of Educationa Building at 0.000
Commisinay Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential Schools 0.000

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345 Training and Orientation programme for 2.000
Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.600
347 Strengthening of Vocational Education 1.500
348 Grant to Society of secondary education 27.200
349 Monitoring of Schemes of Secondary 6.800
Education
350 Grant to Library 15.000
351 Bihar Education Solar Lamps in Elementry school 474.980
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 145.503
353 Separate boys Toilet 145.503
354 Hand Pump 60.900
355 Health cards for routine check up 54.685
356 Boundrywall in Elementry school 952.500
357 permanent residential School for visually 800.000
impaired/mentally impaired 50 children to
provide elementry education at each block
358 Benches/desk set in middle school 966.540
359 zila shiksha bhawan 3200.000
Total 11772.710
360 Mid day meal Conversion cost (I-V) 2606.870
scheme
361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1454.520
362 Grain cost 409.146
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 630.960
364 Transpotion 69.630
365 Kitchen shade 233.600
366 Kitchen device 218.500
367 MME
368 R.P honararuim 26.400
369 Vehicle 1.000
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1.200
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.800
372 Travelling Allowance 0.720
373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.600
374 Office Rent 0.960
375 Distric Coordinator Honararuim 18.000
376 Accountant-cum-data entry honararuim 14.400
377 Online entry of monthly report 2.622
378 Board construction 0.000
379 Thali 218.500
380 Steel glass 87.400
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 250.350
382 Requirment of District level office 0.000
383 Establishment of MDM own building 20.000
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira etc.) 5.000
385 Clerk at dist. Level 3.600
386 peon at dist. Level 1.200
387 Computer Operator 1.920
388 Computer with printer 0.500
389 Requirment of Block level
390 office rent for Block level 0.720
391 Computer for block level office 10.000
392 Computer Operator 19.200
393 Peon at block level 12.000

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394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira etc.) 4.000
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 3.600
Total 6327.918
MATERNAL HEALTH
396 Monitor Progress and Quality of Service 0.575
Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs (Mch Center- 5.750
Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres (MCH Center- 1.150
Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH Services 4.928
400 Monthly Village Health and Nutrition Days 14.458
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana / JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.662
403 Institutional Deliveries
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 1050.282
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 6.325
406 Institutional Deliveries-C-Sections 3.924
407 Administrative Expenses 9.547
408 Maternal Death Review 1.561

409 CHILD HEALTH


410 Implementation of IMNCI Activities in 0.575
Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn Care/FBNC 8.913
(Operationalise 40 NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI and 42.942
Micronutrient Malnutrition ( Nutritional
Rehabilitation Centres)
413 FAMILY PLANNING

414 Dissemination of Manuals on Sterilisation 0.230


Standards & QA of Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 83.266
416 NSV Camps 0.403
417 Compensation for Female Sterilisation 128.651
418 Compensation for Male Sterilisation 6.469
(Compensation for NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private Providers for 64.601
Sterilisation Services
420 Spacing Methods

421 POL for Family Planning (for District Level + 4.639


State Level Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at Health Facility (IUD 1.058
Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE AND
SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other PNDT Activities 1.150
(Monitoring of Sex Ratio at Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, Supervisory Nurses 568.671
(Salary of Contractual ANM/
Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in Blood Banks) 4.140
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / PHCs (Salary of 4.830

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MOs in Blood Banks)
429 Others - FP Counsellors 4.140
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, ANMs Etc. 55.867
(Muskaan Programme-Incentive to ASHA
and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training Institutions 2.300
(Repair/renovation of Training
Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 7.544
434 MTP Training 1.408

435 Other MH Training (Any Integrated Training, 2.645


Etc.)- Training of MOs and Paramedics at
Sub-District Level (Convergence with
BSACS)
436 Child Health Training
437 IMNCI 72.904
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.650
439 Family Planning Training 0.000
440 Minilap Training 0.808
441 NSV Training 1.559
442 IUD Insertion Training 0.000
443 Training of Medical Officers in IUD Insertion 0.636
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN in IUD Insertion 1.015
445 Program Management Training-DPMU 0.920
446 Community Visit for Students & Teachers 0.575
447 Strengthening of SHS/ SPMU (Including
HR, Management Cost, Mobility Support,
Field Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District Malaria Office) 2.070
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU Recruited and in 22.976
Position
450 Provision of Equipment/furniture and 12.325
Mobility Support for DPMU Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 222.318
452 Strengthening (Others) 0.000
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.093
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.259
455 Management Unit at FRU ( Hospital Manager 11.213
& FRU Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the Programme 0.828
(Statutory Audit)
457 Concurrent Audit (State & District) 0.276
458
459 ASHA
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA Mentoring 42.669
Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 125.743
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit & 42.133
Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs (TA/DA for ASHA 37.393
Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to ASHAs at District 0.460
Level
465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.550

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466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.150

467 Untied Fund for PHCs 6.754


468 Untied Fund for APHC 20.125
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 54.510
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 125.925
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance Grants 1.500
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 4.500
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance Grants 15.000
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 7.500
475 Sub Centres-Annual Maintenance Grants 21.000
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up Gradation of
CHCs, PHCs, Dist. Hospitals to IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water System in 25 6.342
SDH, 10 RH and 150 PHC
478 Sub Centre Rent and Contingencies 18.977
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 139.627
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain (Refurbishment 9.879
of Existing Cold Chain Room for District
Stores and Earthing and Wiring of Existing
Cold Chain Rooms in All PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 3.232
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS

483 District Hospitals 10.748

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.600

485 PHCs - RKS 23.000


486 Other (APHC) 49.450
487 District Action Plans (Including Block, 11.063
Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative 0.000


489 Constitution and Orientation of Community 4.295
Leader & of VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, Trainings and 1.896
Capacity Building of PRI at State/Dist.
Health Societies, CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH-Medical Officers at 111.608
DH/CHCs/ PHCs (Only AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC Bureaus 9.396
(State and District Levels)
493 Health Mela 0.046
494 Mobile Medical Units (Including
Recurring Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units (Including Recurring 48.438


Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving Ambulance (Call 108) 35.880
497 Referral Transport in Districts 15.249
498 Outsourcing of Pathology and Radiology 26.069
Services From PHCs to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste Management) 23.000
500 Innovations 0.000

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501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of Public and 3.114
Private Sector for Providing Safe Abortion
Services
502 Monitoring & Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS ( 29.210
District , Block & Divisional Data
Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and E- 0.000
Governance, E-Health (MCTS, RI
Monitoring, CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 5.520
505 RI Monitoring 1.495
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up-Gradation and 0.046
Maintenance of Web Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive Supervision and 3.887
Data Validation
508 Procurement of Equipment: MH (Labour 30.019
Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment : CH (SCNU- 12.242
NBCC)
510 Procurement of Equipm:Minilap Set (FP) 3.450
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.063
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) (PHC Level) 0.173
513 Dental Chair Procurement 15.616
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 (Running Blood 0.288
Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) As 5.750
Therapeutic Measure to Pregnant Women
with Severe Anaemia
517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & Lactating Mothers 19.140
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets and Syrup for 23.827
Children (6 -59 Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 17.112
520 General Drugs & Supplies for Health 143.366
Facilities
521 Support Strengthening RNTCP 2.070
522 Other Expenditures (Power Backup,
Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to BSNL 0.861
524 Routine Immunisation & PP
525 Routine Immunisation 72.018
526 PPI Operation Cost 262.532
Total 4160.532
527 Nagar Nigam Nali/Nala 3000.000
Bihar sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 4000.000
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3600.000
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & Path 5729.200
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye Aavas/Chhatravas 250.000
532 B.R.G.F 400.000
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 300.000
yojanaantergat/Mahila Shshkitkarn anudan
& Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 200.000
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & Bhawan Nirman 440.000

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(office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 500.000
Sports and
Youth Services
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0.000
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas Yojana 300.000
539 Construction of new stadiums 500.000
540 Renovation and Maintenance of existing 0.000
stadiums and physical college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and Krida Abhiyan 18.000
(PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 2.000
Total 19239.200
XI. General Services
Jails
543 Fortification of main gate and sentry post 15.000
544 Recreational & yoga shade for prisoners 20.000
545 Library room for prisoners 10.000
546 Modernization of jail office 5.000
547 2 Barracks for warders/home guards 30.000
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 6x10=60 60.000
549 2 toilets for office 6.000
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 10.000
551 one kitchen with gas cooking system 3.000
552 concrete path ways inside the jail 700 feet 20.000
553 concrete approach road for staff quarter 30.000
1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female prisoners 6.000
555 1 kitchen for female ward 15.000
556 1 Room for cretch centre 10.000
557 Vehicle for jail 8.000
558 Boundary wall of jail campus and gate 50.000
559 Repairing and Beautification in the jail 10.000
560 Food distribution shade for prisoners 20.000
561 Patrolling path of concrete road (4 feet) from 10.000
inside the main wall.
562 Patrolling path fo concrete road (8 feet) from 20.000
outside the main wall
563 Water tower and tap water supply system 80.000
to prisoners and staff
564 Flood light 2.000
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 15.000
566 10 computer set for prisoners training 5.000
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. for jail hospital 2.500
568 Opthalemo scope 0.150
569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0.250
570 One volleyball court for prisoners 0.300
571 One volleyball court for staff 0.300
572 Video conferencing room 1.000
573 Television set for prisoners wards 2.600
574 8 line interoom 0.500
575 one 4" boring and pump for jail 8.000
576 Central watch room 2.000
577 Commercial Boundary Wall 0.000
Taxes
578 Construction of field office Building 48.000

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579 alteration Modification &renovation work in 12.000
field offices
580 Building Construction of building for SDO,BDO and 1000.000
department district level officer
581 Renovation and repair of existing building 50.000
2059
582 Bihar Rural CID(Biharsarif) 53.163
583 Livelihood CIF(Biharsarif) 126.311
584 Project (JIVIKA) CID(Harnaut) 695.962
585 CIF(Harnaut) 177.509
586 CID(Nagarnausa) 5.288
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 240.825
588 CID(Noorsarai) 40.979
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 123.890
590 CID(Rahui) 49.192
591 CIF(Rahui) 236.700
592 CID(Rajgir) 69.892
593 CIF(Rajgir) 117.455
594 CID(Sarmera) 50.700
595 CIF(Sarmera) 170.175
596 CID(DPCU) 26.000
597 Project Management exp. 41.942
Total 3813.582
Grand Total 161949.674

The sector wise requirement of funds and resources available along with
provision to fill up the gap is given in table:

DIFFERENCE OF FUND (PROPOSED OUTLAY AND REQUIREMENT): ` IN LAKHS


Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Allotment/ Requiremen Difference
No. Proposed t of Fund of Fund (Col
Outlay of for 2012-13 5 - Col 4)
2012-13
1 2 3 4 5 6
I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 82.08 96.000 13.920
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed 17.7 35.500 17.800
Programe
3 Macromode Scheme 0 0.000 0.000
4 a. Integrated cereal Devlopment 0.5 2.000 1.500
Programe
5 b. farm mechanization 117 125.600 8.600
6 c. Integrated Pest management 4.8 10.300 5.500
7 National food security mission 56.25 80.600 24.350
(pulse)
8 National food security mission 88.752 112.200 23.448
(Rice)
9 National food security mission 116.31 120.400 4.090
(Wheat)
10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3179.888 3534.000 354.112
11 tal & Diyara devlopment scheme 31.18 40.400 9.220
12 kisan salahkar yogna 75.44 90.500 15.060
13 Promotion of organic farming 105.62 110.400 4.780
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed 132.682 140.600 7.918
pulses oilplam ?& maize
15 seed production on Govt. farm 9.85 12.000 2.150
16 Establishment & renovation of 548.82 548.820 0.000
Agriculture offices buildings
including E-Kisan Bhawan

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17 Devlopment of ware housing & 0 0.000 0.000
storage
18 Intrest subsidy on Agriculture 0 0.000 0.000
Loan
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring of 0 0.000 0.000
vechicle
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan 0 0.000 0.000
yojna
Sub Total 4566.872 5059.320 492.448
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity 0.000
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0 0.000 0.000
22 Training of farmers (a) inter 6.00 6.600 0.600
state
23 (b) Within State 8.700 9.570 0.870
24 ( c) Within district 16.000 17.600 1.600
Demonstrations 0.000
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 11.160 12.400 1.240
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 37.368 41.089 3.721
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 4.800 5.280 0.480
28 (b) Within State 3.660 4.026 0.366
29 ( c) Within district 3.000 3.300 0.300
30 Mobilization of farmer 10 11.000 1.000
groups
(a) Capacity building, skill
development and support
services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving fund 2.500 2.500 0.000
32 Rewards and incentives Best 1 1.000 0.000
organized group representing
different enterprises (5 groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0 0.000 0.000
Sub Total 104.188 114.365 10.177
II. Farm Information dissemination 0.000
34 District level exhibitions, kisan 4 4.000 0.000
melas, fruits/vegetables shows
no. of events
35 Number of leaflets made and 4 5.000 1.000
sitributed/number of
advertisements made
35 Number of technology packages 1 1.000 0.000
developed (CD)
Sub Total 9.000 10.000 1.000
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement, validation and Adoption 0.000
36 Farmer Scientist interaction at 0.640 0.853 0.213
district
37 Organization of field days and 6 6.600 0.600
kisan gosthies
38 Assessment, frfinement, 1 1.000 0.000
validation and adoption of
frontline technologies and other
short term researchable issues
through KVKs and other local
reseearch centers. No, of KVK
involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like 0 0.000 0.000
institutions recurring
40 * Functionary support 16.68 18.348 1.668
41 *TA/DA 0 0.000 0.000
42 *Operational expenses for 6.5 12.000 5.500
district level
43 * operational expenses at Block 6 12.000 6.000
level
44 * Hiring of vehicles 1.5 3.000 1.500

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45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0 0.000 0.000
46 *BTM 48 52.800 4.800
47 *Block level SMS 40.8 44.880 4.080
48 * Civil works and Refurbishing of 0 0.000 0.000
ATMA office
49 Establishment of Block level 0 0.000 0.000
FIACs ( Number)
50 Farm School 23.52 25.872 2.352
Sub Total 150.640 177.353 26.713
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES 0.000
DISTRICT LEVEL
51 support for district level training 5 5.000 0.000
institutions
52 Setting up CRS 0 0.000 0.000
53 It Center & Building 0 0.000 0.000
Sub Total 5 5.000 0.000
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE 0.000
ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district 10 11.000 1.000
componetnt
Total agriculture 4845.700 5377.038 531.338
56 Fisherie Producation and supply of 18.64 27.750 9.110
s quality fish and fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur 0 0.000 0.000
fisheries
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0 0.000 0.000
59 Strengthenin of fisheries 0 18.000 18.000
organization (fish feed
mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme 0 9.600 9.600
(crop insurance)
61 Training and Extension 0 35.000 35.000
62 Assistance to SC pisciculturists 0 1.750 1.750
(new tank)
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 0 50.000 50.000
64 Development of Inland fisheries 0 18.750 18.750
Aquaculture
65 Group insurance scheme for 0 0.000 0.000
fishermen
66 Housing for fishermen 0 0.000 0.000
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 0 18.000 18.000
Total 18.64 178.850 160.210
68 Anila Scheme of Veterinary service 435.302 498.000 62.698
Husbandr and Animal Health
y
69 Scheme of Veterinary service 20.653 184.000 163.347
and Animal Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service 3.088 254.000 250.913
Production and grass land
development
71 Scheme of strenthening of 0 25.000 25.000
information and extention
72 Scheme of poultry development 0 15.000 15.000
in the state
73 Scheme of assistance to states 13.246 120.850 107.604
for control of animal disease
(ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by 7.587 7.660 0.073
production of milk,meat,egg woll
in state on the basis of
integrated simple survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of 26.896 30.000 3.104
direction and Administration

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76 Establishment of cattle disease 0 45.000 45.000
diagnostic laboratory
77 Murgi Grame yojna 16.818 180.000 163.182
78 Rural poultry development 0 200.000 200.000
scheme
79 Cattle Development and 99.117 232.490 133.373
breeding Scheme
80 Scheme of establisment of 0 30.000 30.000
veterinary council
Total 622.706 1822.000 1199.294
81 Horticultu 1.Rennovation of horticulture 0 10.000 10.000
re office
82 2. Establishment of horticulture 0 25.000 25.000
office in projeny bag
83 3. Purchase of vehicle 0 7.000 7.000
84 4. Development of horticulture 0 0.000 0.000
(Road map programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of veg. 1 7.500 6.500
seed among farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 0 35.000 35.000
87 5.R.K.V.Y 0 0.000 0.000
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 6 33.95 174.000 140.050
block Nursery of 2 acre each,3
seed production farm of 20 ha.
And 1 projeny bag of 10 ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 0 3.000 3.000
90 (iii) Pump house 0 5.000 5.000
91 6. National horticulture Mission 233.36 250.000 16.640
92 7. Microirrigation 444.15 250.000 -194.150
Total 712.46 766.500 54.040
93 Cooperati Infrastruchral setup for 807 23.000 -784.000
ve marketing under PACS
94 Godam Repairment 0 40.000 40.000
95 Goatry 0 105.000 105.000
96 Agri clinic 0 200.000 200.000
97 Composit unit 0 250.000 250.000
98 Margin Money 0 250.000 250.000
99 fund to education committee 0 129.000 129.000
100 Cold storage repairing 0 200.000 200.000
101 Cold storage repairing Badi 0 200.000 200.000
Pahadi
102 Central Consumer store, sale 0 100.000 100.000
center construction
103 Cooperative training center 0 200.000 200.000
Total 807 1697.000 890.000
104 Dairy DCS org & Stengthenirg of DCS 0 0.340 0.340
Develop
ment
105 Man Power development 1.561 0.000 -1.561
(Training)
106 Study tour of farmers to outside 0 0.040 0.040
state
107 A.I Training out Side/inside 0 0.100 0.100
state
108 Dairg foarm management Traing 0 0.025 0.025
(in side state)
109 Awareness of farmers at society 0 0.006 0.006
level
110 DCS Secretary training 0 0.060 0.060
111 Deworming of Cattle 1.8 0.150 -1.650
112 Fodder Demonstration 0 2.200 2.200
113 Construction of mill collecation 24.105 21.000 -3.105
contract

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114 Cattle inductorn 0 0.000 0.000
115 Laghu Dairy 0 40.500 40.500
116 Mini day 0 16.750 16.750
117 Midi dairy 0 11.000 11.000
118 Electronic milko tester 4.95 0.000 -4.950
119 Commercial dairy 0 10.450 10.450
120 Extension & advertisent 0 0.000 0.000
121 Milk yield competition 0 0.750 0.750
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0 0.500 0.500
123 Purchase of Vehicle 0 6.000 6.000
Total 32.416 109.871 77.455
124 Sugarcan Seed purchase Subcidy 0.215 1.660 1.445
e
Develop
ment
125 Transportation 0.0323 0.249 0.217
126 Jal Karah 0.2 0.800 0.600
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.44 0.830 0.390
128 Wormiculture & organic Furtilizer 1.76 3.320 1.560
129 Seminar 0 0.400 0.400
130 Advertising & Publication 0 2.000 2.000
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0 0.400 0.400
132 office Expenses 0.065 0.200 0.135
133 Direct amount 0 0.600 0.600
134 Training 0.7 0.080 -0.620
Total 3.41225 10.539 7.127
Total I 11878.034 15327.836 3449.802
II. Rural Development 0.000
135 DRDA Administration 98.889 120.000 21.111
136 DRDA Building 0 35.000 35.000
Rural Employment 0.000
137 SGSY 400.000 0.000 -400.000
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 28690.000 32750.000 4060.000
Land Reforms 0.000
139 Updating of land record and 0 0.000 0.000
survey
140 land acquisition 0 0.000 0.000
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 114.4 0.000 -114.400
142 Purchase of land for house siet 0 0.000 0.000
for homeless
143 Purchase of land for link road 0 0.000 0.000
Other Rural Development 0.000
144 MGNREGS Establisment 480.000 600.000 120.000
Housing (Including police housing) 0.000
145 Indira Awas Yojna 3635.000 6693.750 3058.750
146 Panchaya Construction of Panchayat 0 2880.000 2880.000
t Raj sarkar Bhavan
147 NABARD Skill development initiative on 2.40 3.200 0.800
beauty culture and tailoring &
embroidery
Total II 33420.69 43081.950 9661.261
III. Special Area Programme 0.000
148 BRGF 0 1834.000 1834.000
149 Grant 13th Finace Commission 0 1333.000 1333.000
under
proviso
to
Article
275(1)
Total III 0 3167.000 3167.000
IV. Irrigation & Flood Control 0.000
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to 0 80.000 80.000

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punpun link channel from
kolhar to Dumri.
151 Restoration of Left Zamindari 0 550.000 550.000
bundh of Bhutahi River from
pritam bigha to Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa 0 160.000 160.000
River from Dhowa to Sugar
beg chak.
153 Bed clearance of Dardha 0 50.000 50.000
River.
154 Bed clearance of Sapahi 0 60.000 60.000
paeen from Murligadh to
Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 280.000 280.000
and Zammindari bundh
from Amat to Kararua River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to 0 60.000 60.000
Bhutahi RIVER.
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to 25.000 25.000
Dardha River. 0.000
158 Restoration of Zamindari 0 120.000 120.000
bundh from Berthu to Kara- 0.000
rua River. 0.000
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 80.000 80.000
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha 0.000
of Donr River. 0.000
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 100.000 100.000
from Usmanpur to Badiha 0.000
of Sonr River. 0.000
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 40.000 40.000
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb 0.000
gha of Kakaria- Donr River. 0.000
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 30.000 30.000
from Kamta to Sultanpur 0.000
of Kakaria- Sonr River. 0.000
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 40.000 40.000
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha 0.000
of Nonai River. 0.000
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 0 30.000 30.000
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur 0.000
of Nonai River. 0.000
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 115.500 115.500
from Murgawan to Kushha 0.000
of Paimar River. 0.000
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 47.250 47.250
from Chakauribigha to Am- 0.000
ia Bigha of Paimar River. 0.000
167 Restoration of Zamindari 0 100.000 100.000
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi- 0.000
har Road to AJNAURA . 0.000
168 Restoration of Zamindari 0 40.000 40.000
bundh from Right of Muha- 0.000
ane River to Belsar. 0.000
169 Restoration of Zamindari 0 30.000 30.000
bundh from Chakhazari 0.000
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road. 0.000
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 0 210.000 210.000
een from BhagwaAhar (Du- 0.000
mri) to Telmar. 0.000
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 120.750 120.750
from Pillich to Sonchari 0.000
of Paimar River. 0.000
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 0 200.000 200.000

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and restoration of Zamin- 0.000
dari Bundh from the bord- 0.000
er of Nalanda zilla to 0.000
BansBigha 0.000
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 80.000 80.000
from Tetaria to Ranipur 0.000
of Muhane River. 0.000
174 Bed clearance of Seesa 0 60.000 60.000
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar 0.000
River. 0.000
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 0 36.000 36.000
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai 0.000
River. 0.000
176 Bed clearance and cons- 0 220.000 220.000
trction of structure in Dor 0.000
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh- 0.000
auna) to Barsianwan of 0.000
Bhtahi River. 0.000
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 0 168.000 168.000
hary Paeen from Rustam- 0.000
pur to Nonai via Aungari. 0.000
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 0 600.000 600.000
nala and restoration of 0.000
Zamindari Bundh from Sa- 0.000
thua to Jalwar River. 0.000
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 0 140.000 140.000
wain River from Mandach 0.000
to Korawan. 0.000
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 60.000 60.000
from Piroza to Chamdeha 0.000
Lodipur. 0.000
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 134.000 134.000
and restoration of Zamin- 0.000
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura 0.000
Dhanwan. 0.000
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 0 180.000 180.000
Paeen up to Nagarnausa 0.000
and restoration of Zamin- 0.000
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN 0.000
Paeen of Lokain River. 0.000
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 0 56.000 56.000
river from Naugadh to 0.000
Ashadhi. 0.000
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 0 145.000 145.000
from Aungari to Dhurgawn 0.000
and Rasalpur Paeen. 0.000
185 Boulder Pitching work at 0 38.000 38.000
various locations of Muh- 0.000
ane river. 0.000
186 Boulder Pitching work at 0 200.000 200.000
various locations of Lokain 0.000
river. 0.000
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 0 200.000 200.000
Nala ( a dead course of 0.000
Falgu ) river and construct- 0.000
ion of structures. 0.000
188 Construction of WEIR at 0 1000.000 1000.000
Tharthari (Siwan) chilka 0.000
and its irrigation system. 0.000
189 Construction of WEIR at 0 1000.000 1000.000
Pendapur-Musadhi Karai 0.000
and its irrigation system. 0.000

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190 Construction of WEIR at 0 600.000 600.000
Choki - Hurari in Karai 0.000
and its irrigation system. 0.000
191 Jalpath,Bi Total Scheme regarding 6553.34 5091.440 -1461.900
harsarif Embankment and irrigation
related schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 0 448.000 448.000
193 2- Failed tubewell 0 1278.000 1278.000
Total IV 6553.34 14302.940 7749.600
V. Energy 0.000
194 Electricity Electricity(BSEB) 0 0.000 0.000
(BSEB)
Non Conventional energy 0.000
195 Solar Lightfor House 0 0.000 0.000
196 Bio Gas 0 22.000 22.000
197 Street Light 0 11.200 11.200
Total V 0 33.200 33.200
VI. Industry & Minerals 0.000
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender establishmnt 50 60.000 10.000
199 Udyog vistar officer 15 20.000 5.000
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan 3.1 4.000 0.900
varg Bihar Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan var 6 7.000 1.000
Mirdag
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan var 6 10.000 4.000
Bihar Sharif
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho 4 5.000 1.000
Sarai
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 19.19 35.000 15.810
205 Prashichhan 0 10.800 10.800
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka 0 50.000 50.000
Vikash
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan 0 2.000 2.000
marmati
208 Alap kalin prashichhan karykram 0 1.000 1.000
209 Khadi Capre par anudan khadi 0 10.000 10.000
sector ke antargat prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 0 3.000 3.000
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 0 1.500 1.500
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv 0 25.000 25.000
residence
213 audogik kampen seminar Con 0 3.000 3.000
salti
214 Publicity and Publication 0 2.000 2.000
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke 0 5.600 5.600
antargat vikash 35 % anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat 0 500.000 500.000
anudan
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan 0 2.000 2.000
kachh ka sajadi chair table
udhmita prashichhan
Total VI 103.29 756.900 653.610
VII. Transport Civil Aviation 0.000
218 RWD MMGSY 750 987.700 237.700
BIHAR
219 RWD 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 30 37.290 7.290
BIHAR
220 RWD 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 190 250.000 60.000
BIHAR
221 Transport Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay 0 0.700 0.700
office ke computer class me S.C ka
adhisthapan

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222 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay 0 4.000 4.000
ke dhwanirhit generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay 0 2.300 2.300
me upskaro ki khridagi
RWD MMGSY 0.000
224 2008-09 0 0.000 0.000
225 2010-11 0 487.000 487.000
226 2011-12 0 927.000 927.000
227 2012-13 0 1200.000 1200.000
PMGSY 0.000
228 2008-09 0 145.000 145.000
SPECIAL COMPONENT 0.000
229 2010-11 0 397.560 397.560
230 2011-12 0 800.000 800.000
Total VII. 970 5238.550 4268.550
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment 0.000
231 Building for E-governance 0 50.000 50.000
Centre
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 0 10.000 10.000
233 Computer System 0 7.500 7.500
234 server 0 4.000 4.000
235 Printer 0 3.000 3.000
236 Scanner 0 2.000 2.000
237 External hard disk 0 0.200 0.200
238 Computer Table 0 1.250 1.250
239 Printer Table 0 0.100 0.100
240 Cabling Cost 0 1.000 1.000
241 Book Shelvas 0 0.500 0.500
242 Godrej Almera 0 0.500 0.500
243 Projector 0 0.500 0.500
244 Projector Screen 0 0.200 0.200
245 Laptop 0 1.200 1.200
246 Generator 30 KVA 0 5.000 5.000
247 Centralised UPS 0 5.000 5.000
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0 0.500 0.500
249 Audio/Video Camera for Video 0 2.000 2.000
Conferencing
250 Centralised A.C. 0 10.000 10.000
251 Mike System for Conference 0 1.000 1.000
room
252 Expenditure on unschduled 0 4.000 4.000
items (Electericty, Wiring and
Lighting System
253 Books for Library 0 2.000 2.000
Total 0 111.450 111.450
Forestry & Wildlife 0.000
254 State Plan 0 0.000 0.000
255 Rehabilation of Degraded 0 0.000 0.000
Forests
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan 0 3.000 3.000
Yojana
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 0 11.854 11.854
258 Nahar Tat farm 0 1.290 1.290
259 Path tat Plantation 0 84.000 84.000
260 Backward Region Grant Fund 0 0.000 0.000
(BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 0 25.920 25.920
262 Pollution Control Board 0 0.000 0.000
263 Development of Sanjay Gandhi 0 0.000 0.000
Biological Part (50 :50)

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TOTAL 0 126.064 126.064
Total VIII 0 237.514 237.514
IX. General Economic Services 0.000
264 Planning Construction of the building for 46 0.000 -46.000
District Planning Office
265 RSVY 644.28 0.000 -644.280
266 MNRegion Development fund 990 0.000 -990.000
267 Mukhman Mukhmantri nagar vikash yojana 255.829 800.000 544.171
tri nagar
vikash
yojana
268 Tourism 0 0.000 0.000
269 Statistics Civil Regist. 0 69.750 69.750
270 Raingauge 0 4.000 4.000
271 Training 0 12.000 12.000
272 Computer data entry 0 2.000 2.000
273 Publication 0 2.000 2.000
274 Library 0 1.000 1.000
275 Statistics day 0 1.000 1.000
276 Vichel out Sources 0 36.000 36.000
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 0 11.000 11.000
Total IX 1936.109 938.750 -997.359
X. Social Service 0.000
278 (A) Rural Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 474.675 1470.000 995.325
279 Sanitatio School Toilets 140.4 175.000 34.600
280 n ( Total Anganvadi Toilets 10.64 8.000 -2.640
281 Sanitatio IEC 25 50.000 25.000
282 n Administrative charges 18 25.000 7.000
Campaig
283 Community sanitary complexes 28.5 125.000 96.500
n)
284 Solid and Liquid waste 21 25.000 4.000
management
285 (B) Lohiya Swachta yojna 272.42 1120.000 847.580
Lohiya
swachta
yojana
286 Total 990.635 2998.000 2007.365
287 Water 1. Mini water supply shceme 1586.326 1130.000 -456.326
supply & Floiride (Solar)
sanitation
288 (A) Rural 2.Mini water supply shceme 321.323 314.400 -6.923
water drought (solar)
supply
289 3. Mini water supply shceme 1110.506 266.400 -844.106
electric
290 4. Urban water supply scheme 232.977 1020.000 787.023
291 5. Construction of T/W for 745.078 300.600 -444.478
coverage of NC/PC habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in 178.69 207.600 28.910
Anganbari
293 7. Construction of T/w in NC/PC 23.359 28.080 4.721
quality affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 73.626 108.000 34.374
295 8. Rural piped water supply 941.998 12.800 -929.198
scheme & making function
defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and 223.214 128.160 -95.054
recharging
297 10. Ground water recharging & 205.5 675.000 469.500
rain water harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube 464.54 180.000 -284.540
well sustainable,
weels/santinized wells, SM and

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SR

Total 6107.137 4371.040 -1736.097


299 BC 274.34 2328.000 2053.660
300 SC 723.39 9083.000 8359.610
0.000
301 Samaj IGNOAPS 2518.344 2624.000 105.656
302 kalyan IGNWPS 177.936 322.800 144.864
303 Vibhag, LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 696 744.000 48.000
304 samajik RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 368.64 432.000 63.360
305 suraksha IG.DISABLE PENSION 123.312 28.800 -94.512
306 STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.28 35.280 0.000
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 46.98 55.000 8.020
308 NFBS 150 155.000 5.000
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH 16.99 30.000 13.010
YOGENA
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 18 50.000 32.000
Total 5149.212 15887.880 10738.668
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 16.18906 15.000 -1.189
312 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 192.53 198.000 5.470
313 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 3900.09105 4700.000 799.909
314 2235 Data Opretor 0.7649 0.918 0.153
315 2235 Prashichhan 32.16273 38.000 5.837
316 2235 Bachcho ka poshak 0 265.500 265.500
317 2235 Medicin 13.914 15.930 2.016
318 2235 Bal vikash pariyojana 995.52154 1081.000 85.478
319 2236 Paoshahar 2972.7949 3312.255 339.460
320 2235 Data Opretor 15.298 18.358 3.060
321 2235 Atirikat & upkaran vinni kendra 14.52 115.950 101.430
upkaran
322 2235 Flaxi Fund 23.19 26.550 3.360
323 2235 Aaganwari kender bhawan 0 466.000 466.000
324 2235 Vikash Office 0 10.000 10.000
Total 8176.97618 10263.460 2086.484
325 Labour Organisation of training camps 0.8678 0.812 -0.056
for the workers of rural and
unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & Rehabilitation 0.404 0.900 0.496
of child labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child labour 0 0.000 0.000
commission
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation 9.7 1.000 -8.700
Programme
329 Inter – State Migrant labour 3 8.000 5.000
plan.
330 Strengthening of Enforcement 1.2 0.000 -1.200
machinery.
331 House Building plan for the Bidi 0 20.000 20.000
workers
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0 0.000 0.000
Total 15.1718 30.712 15.540
General Education 0.000
333 a) Elementry & Adult Education 0.000
334 Workshop and seminar for 0 0.000 0.000
Development of Text Book,
Curriculum, Supplementary
books and publication of journal,
magazine, research paper and
other Teaching Learning
Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar Anchal 0 0.000 0.000
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336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak 0 476.000 476.000
Yojana (6 years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak 0 570.000 570.000
Yojana(9-12 years)
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana 0 1235.000 1235.000
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle 546.475 602.500 56.025
Yojana
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle 601.825 662.500 60.675
Yojana
341 Seconda Construction of Additional 0 1360.000 1360.000
ry Classrooms/Up gradation of
Educatio Govt. & Nationalised high
n Schools and Adarsh Vidyalaya
342 Construction of Sainik School 0 0.000 0.000
Building
343 Construction of Educationa 0 0.000 0.000
Building at Commisinay
Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential 0 0.000 0.000
Schools
345 Training and Orientation 0.6 2.000 1.400
programme for Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.6 13.600 0.000
347 Strengthening of Vocational 1.5 1.500 0.000
Education
348 Grant to Society of secondary 13.6 27.200 13.600
education
349 Monitoring of Schemes of 0 6.800 6.800
Secondary Education
350 Grant to Library 15 15.000 0.000
351 Bihar Solar Lamps in Elementry school 0 474.980 474.980
Education
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 22.6875 145.503 122.815
353 Separate boys Toilet 22.6875 145.503 122.815
354 Hand Pump 0 60.900 60.900
355 Health cards for routine check 0 54.685 54.685
up
356 Boundrywall in Elementry school 0 952.500 952.500
357 permanent residential School for 18 800.000 782.000
visually impaired/mentally
impaired 50 children to provide
elementry education at each
block
358 Benches/desk set in middle 0 966.540 966.540
school
359 zila shiksha bhawan 0 3200.000 3200.000
Total 1255.975 11772.710 10516.735
360 Mid day Conversion cost (I-V) 1995 2606.870 611.870
meal
scheme
361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1319.68 1454.520 134.840
362 Grain cost 440.8 409.146 -31.654
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 503.08 630.960 127.880
364 Transpotion 56.64 69.630 12.990
365 Kitchen shade 0 233.600 233.600
366 Kitchen device 0 218.500 218.500
367 MME 0.000
368 R.P honararuim 15.84 26.400 10.560
369 Vehicle 1.56 1.000 -0.560
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1 1.200 0.200
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.1 0.800 0.700
372 Travelling Allowance 0.6 0.720 0.120

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373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.25 0.600 0.350
374 Office Rent 0.72 0.960 0.240
375 Distric Coordinator Honararuim 1.21 18.000 16.790
376 Accountant-cum-data entry 0.792 14.400 13.608
honararuim
377 Online entry of monthly report 2.0976 2.622 0.524
378 Board construction 0 0.000 0.000
379 Thali 0 218.500 218.500
380 Steel glass 0 87.400 87.400
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 0 250.350 250.350
382 Requirment of District level 0 0.000 0.000
office
383 Establishment of MDM own 0 20.000 20.000
building
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 0 5.000 5.000
almira etc.)
385 Clerk at dist. Level 0 3.600 3.600
386 peon at dist. Level 0 1.200 1.200
387 Computer Operator 0 1.920 1.920
388 Computer with printer 0 0.500 0.500
389 Requirment of Block level 0.000
390 office rent for Block level 0 0.720 0.720
391 Computer for block level office 0 10.000 10.000
392 Computer Operator 0 19.200 19.200
393 Peon at block level 0 12.000 12.000
394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 0 4.000 4.000
almira etc.)
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 0 3.600 3.600
Total 4339.370 6327.918 1988.548
MATERNAL HEALTH 0.000
396 Monitor Progress and Quality of 0.50 0.575 0.075
Service Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs (Mch 5.00 5.750 0.750
Center- Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres 1.00 1.150 0.150
(MCH Center-Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH 4.29 4.928 0.643
Services
400 Monthly Village Health and 12.57 14.458 1.886
Nutrition Days
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana / 0.000
JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.45 1.662 0.217
403 Institutional Deliveries 0.000
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 913.29 1050.282 136.993
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 5.50 6.325 0.825
406 Institutional Deliveries-C- 3.41 3.924 0.512
Sections
407 Administrative Expenses 8.30 9.547 1.245
408 Maternal Death Review 1.36 1.561 0.204

409 CHILD HEALTH 0.000


410 Implementation of IMNCI 0.50 0.575 0.075
Activities in Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn 7.75 8.913 1.163
Care/FBNC (Operationalise 40
NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI 37.34 42.942 5.601
and Micronutrient Malnutrition (
Nutritional Rehabilitation
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413 FAMILY PLANNING 0.000

414 Dissemination of Manuals on 0.20 0.230 0.030


Sterilisation Standards & QA of
Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 72.41 83.266 10.861
416 NSV Camps 0.35 0.403 0.053
417 Compensation for Female 111.87 128.651 16.781
Sterilisation
418 Compensation for Male 5.63 6.469 0.844
Sterilisation (Compensation for
NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private 56.18 64.601 8.426
Providers for Sterilisation
Services
420 Spacing Methods 0.000

421 POL for Family Planning (for 4.03 4.639 0.605


District Level + State Level
Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at Health 0.92 1.058 0.138
Facility (IUD Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT
REPRODUCTIVE AND SEXUAL
HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme 9.43 -9.426


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other PNDT 1.00 1.150 0.150
Activities (Monitoring of Sex
Ratio at Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, 494.50 568.671 74.175
Supervisory Nurses (Salary
of Contractual ANM/
Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in 3.60 4.140 0.540
Blood Banks)
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / PHCs 4.20 4.830 0.630
(Salary of MOs in Blood Banks)
429 Others - FP Counsellors 3.60 4.140 0.540
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, 48.58 55.867 7.287
ANMs Etc. (Muskaan
Programme-Incentive to ASHA
and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training 2.00 2.300 0.300
Institutions
(Repair/renovation of
Training Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training 0.000
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 6.56 7.544 0.984
434 MTP Training 1.22 1.408 0.184

435 Other MH Training (Any 2.30 2.645 0.345


Integrated Training, Etc.)-
Training of MOs and Paramedics
at Sub-District Level
(Convergence with BSACS)
436 Child Health Training 0.000
437 IMNCI 63.40 72.904 9.509
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.17 3.650 0.476
439 Family Planning Training 0.000 0.000
440 Minilap Training 0.70 0.808 0.105
441 NSV Training 1.36 1.559 0.203
442 IUD Insertion Training 0.000 0.000

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443 Training of Medical Officers in 0.55 0.636 0.083
IUD Insertion
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN in 0.88 1.015 0.132
IUD Insertion
445 Program Management 0.80 0.920 0.120
Training-DPMU
446 Community Visit for Students & 0.50 0.575 0.075
Teachers
447 Strengthening of SHS/ SPMU 0.000
(Including HR, Management
Cost, Mobility Support, Field
Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District Malaria 1.80 2.070 0.270
Office)
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU 18.38 22.976 4.595
Recruited and in Position
450 Provision of Equipment/furniture 9.86 12.325 2.465
and Mobility Support for DPMU
Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 177.85 222.318 44.464
452 Strengthening (Others) 0.000 0.000
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.08 0.093 0.012
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.23 0.259 0.034
455 Management Unit at FRU ( 9.75 11.213 1.463
Hospital Manager & FRU
Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the 0.72 0.828 0.108
Programme (Statutory Audit)
457 Concurrent Audit (State & 0.24 0.276 0.036
District)
458 0.000
459 ASHA 0.000
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA 37.10 42.669 5.566
Mentoring Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 109.34 125.743 16.401
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit & 36.64 42.133 5.496
Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs 32.52 37.393 4.877
(TA/DA for ASHA Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to 0.40 0.460 0.060
ASHAs at District Level
465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.48 0.550 0.072
466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.00 1.150 0.150

467 Untied Fund for PHCs 5.87 6.754 0.881


468 Untied Fund for APHC 17.50 20.125 2.625
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 47.40 54.510 7.110
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 109.50 125.925 16.425
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance Grants 1.00 1.500 0.500
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance 3.00 4.500 1.500
Grants
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance 12.00 15.000 3.000
Grants
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance 6.00 7.500 1.500
Grants
475 Sub Centres-Annual 18.30 21.000 2.700
Maintenance Grants
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up 0.000
Gradation of CHCs, PHCs,
Dist. Hospitals to IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water 5.52 6.342 0.827
System in 25 SDH, 10 RH and
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478 Sub Centre Rent and 16.50 18.977 2.475
Contingencies
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 121.42 139.627 18.212
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain 8.59 9.879 1.289
(Refurbishment of Existing Cold
Chain Room for District Stores
and Earthing and Wiring of
Existing Cold Chain Rooms in All
PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 2.81 3.232 0.422
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS 0.000

483 District Hospitals 9.35 10.748 1.402

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.00 4.600 0.600

485 PHCs - RKS 20.00 23.000 3.000


486 Other (APHC) 43.00 49.450 6.450
487 District Action Plans 9.62 11.063 1.443
(Including Block, Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative 0.000 0.000


489 Constitution and Orientation of 3.74 4.295 0.560
Community Leader & of
VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, 1.65 1.896 0.247
Trainings and Capacity Building
of PRI at State/Dist. Health
Societies, CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH- 97.05 111.608 14.558
Medical Officers at DH/CHCs/
PHCs (Only AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC 8.17 9.396 1.226
Bureaus (State and District
Levels)
493 Health Mela 0.04 0.046 0.006
494 Mobile Medical Units 0.000
(Including Recurring
Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units (Including 42.12 48.438 6.318


Recurring Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving 31.20 35.880 4.680
Ambulance (Call 108)
497 Referral Transport in Districts 13.26 15.249 1.989
498 Outsourcing of Pathology 22.67 26.069 3.400
and Radiology Services From
PHCs to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste Management) 20.00 23.000 3.000
500 Innovations 0 0.000 0.000

501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of 2.71 3.114 0.406


Public and Private Sector for
Providing Safe Abortion Services
502 Monitoring & 25.40 29.210 3.810
Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS (
District , Block & Divisional
Data Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and E- 0 0.000 0.000
Governance, E-Health (MCTS,
RI Monitoring, CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 4.80 5.520 0.720

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505 RI Monitoring 1.30 1.495 0.195
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up- 0.04 0.046 0.006
Gradation and Maintenance of
Web Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive 3.38 3.887 0.507
Supervision and Data Validation
508 Procurement of Equipment: 26.10 30.019 3.916
MH (Labour Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment : 10.64 12.242 1.597
CH (SCNU- NBCC)
510 Procurement of Equipm:Minilap 3.00 3.450 0.450
Set (FP)
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.06 0.063 0.008
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) 0.15 0.173 0.023
(PHC Level)
513 Dental Chair Procurement 13.58 15.616 2.037
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 0.25 0.288 0.038
(Running Blood Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and 0.000
Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) As 5.00 5.750 0.750
Therapeutic Measure to
Pregnant Women with Severe
Anaemia
517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & 16.64 19.140 2.497
Lactating Mothers
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets 20.72 23.827 3.108
and Syrup for Children (6 -59
Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 14.88 17.112 2.232
520 General Drugs & Supplies for 124.67 143.366 18.700
Health Facilities
521 Support Strengthening RNTCP 1.80 2.070 0.270
522 Other Expenditures (Power 0.000
Backup, Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to BSNL 0.75 0.861 0.112
524 Routine Immunisation & PP 0.000
525 Routine Immunisation 62.62478 72.018 9.394
526 PPI Operation Cost 228.28849 262.532 34.243
Total 3,606.61 4160.532 553.917
527 Nagar Nali/Nala 2635.8 3000.000 364.200
Nigam
Bihar
sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 3283.3 4000.000 716.700
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3327.35 3600.000 272.650
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & Path 0 5729.200 5729.200
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye 0 250.000 250.000
Aavas/Chhatravas
532 B.R.G.F 300 400.000 100.000
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 0 300.000 300.000
yojanaantergat/Mahila
Shshkitkarn anudan &
Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 0 200.000 200.000
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & Bhawan 0 440.000 440.000
Nirman (office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 0 500.000 500.000
Sports and Youth Services
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0 0.000 0.000
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas 200 300.000 100.000
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539 Construction of new stadiums 0 500.000 500.000
540 Renovation and Maintenance of 0 0.000 0.000
existing stadiums and physical
college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and Krida 15 18.000 3.000
Abhiyan (PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 1 2.000 1.000
Total 9762.45 19239.200 9476.750
XI. General Services 0.000
Jails 0.000
543 Fortification of main gate and 0 15.000 15.000
sentry post
544 Recreational & yoga shade for 0 20.000 20.000
prisoners
545 Library room for prisoners 0 10.000 10.000
546 Modernization of jail office 0 5.000 5.000
547 2 Barracks for warders/home 0 30.000 30.000
guards
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 0 60.000 60.000
6x10=60
549 2 toilets for office 0 6.000 6.000
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 0 10.000 10.000
551 one kitchen with gas cooking 0 3.000 3.000
system
552 concrete path ways inside the 0 20.000 20.000
jail 700 feet
553 concrete approach road for staff 0 30.000 30.000
quarter 1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female 0 6.000 6.000
prisoners
555 1 kitchen for female ward 0 15.000 15.000
556 1 Room for cretch centre 0 10.000 10.000
557 Vehicle for jail 0 8.000 8.000
558 Boundary wall of jail campus 0 50.000 50.000
and gate
559 Repairing and Beautification in 0 10.000 10.000
the jail
560 Food distribution shade for 0 20.000 20.000
prisoners
561 Patrolling path of concrete road 0 10.000 10.000
(4 feet) from inside the main
wall.
562 Patrolling path fo concrete road 0 20.000 20.000
(8 feet) from outside the main
wall
563 Water tower and tap water 0 80.000 80.000
supply system to prisoners and
staff
564 Flood light 0 2.000 2.000
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 0 15.000 15.000
566 10 computer set for prisoners 0 5.000 5.000
training
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. 0 2.500 2.500
for jail hospital
568 Opthalemo scope 0 0.150 0.150
569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0 0.250 0.250
570 One volleyball court for 0 0.300 0.300
prisoners
571 One volleyball court for staff 0 0.300 0.300
572 Video conferencing room 0 1.000 1.000
573 Television set for prisoners 0 2.600 2.600
wards

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574 8 line interoom 0 0.500 0.500
575 one 4" boring and pump for jail 0 8.000 8.000
576 Central watch room 0 2.000 2.000
577 Commerc Boundary Wall 11 0.000 -11.000
ial Taxes
578 Construction of field office 0 48.000 48.000
Building
579 alteration Modification 0 12.000 12.000
&renovation work in field offices
580 Building Construction of building for 0 1000.000 1000.000
departme SDO,BDO and district level
nt officer
581 Renovation and repair of 44 50.000 6.000
existing building 2059
582 Bihar CID(Biharsarif) 155.146 53.163 -101.983
583 Rural CIF(Biharsarif) 399.500 126.311 -273.189
584 Livelihoo CID(Harnaut) 252.971 695.962 442.992
585 d Project CIF(Harnaut) 495.500 177.509 -317.991
586 (JIVIKA) CID(Nagarnausa) 164.759 5.288 -159.470
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 445.500 240.825 -204.675
588 CID(Noorsarai) 130.564 40.979 -89.585
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 470.000 123.890 -346.110
590 CID(Rahui) 125.350 49.192 -76.158
591 CIF(Rahui) 476.500 236.700 -239.800
592 CID(Rajgir) 245.106 69.892 -175.214
593 CIF(Rajgir) 460.000 117.455 -342.545
594 CID(Sarmera) 207.554 50.700 -156.854
595 CIF(Sarmera) 390.000 170.175 -219.825
596 CID(DPCU) 169.757 26.000 -143.757
597 Project Management exp. 72.491 41.942 -30.550
Total 4715.698 3813.582 -902.116
Grand Total 98,980.701 161949.674 62968.972

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CHAPTER IV
Sectoral District Plans/Schemes: 2012-13

SL. NO. SECTOR SECTORAL DISTRICT PLANS/SCHEMES


1 I Agriculture and Allied Activities

2 II Rural Development

3 III Special Area Programme

4 IV Irrigation & Flood Control

5 V Energy

6 VI Industry & Minerals

7 VII Transport

8 VIII Science, Tech. & Environment

9 IX General Economic Services

10 X Social Service

11 XI General Services

SECTORAL DISTRICT PLANS/SCHEMES: 2012-13

• AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES:

Agriculture continues to be the cornerstone of the state economy. State


government is implementing a road map for agricultural development since
2008. Road Map programmes have brought agriculture on the priority agenda. It
has started showing results in terms of the increased food grain production and
substantive improvement in the availability or use of the quality agriculture
inputs

(a) Bihar Rajya Beej Nigam

Bihar Rajya Beej Nigam has to play an important role in achieving the seed
replacement rate targets envisaged in the road map. The Nigam requires
assistance for seed procurement, its processing, storage etc.

(b) Seed Production on government farms

All the 5 government seed multiplication farms are now engaged in


foundation/certified seed production. The foundation seed produced on these
farms are processed by BRBN and it finds its use in CM Crash Seed programme.

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(c) Maize & Poultry Task Force

On initiative of International Finance Corporation, a Maize & Poultry Task Force


has been constituted. To fund task force activities a new scheme has been
proposed.

• RURAL DEVELOPMENT:

The rural development department, which is the nodal department for


implementation of rural development programmes for enhancement of income
and employment opportunities and provision rural housing to the poor people
has taken up programmes.

Swarnjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana

This scheme was launched from April 1999, as a holistic programme covering all
aspects of self employment such as organization of the poor into self-help
groups, training, credit, technology, infrastructure and marketing, to bring the
assisted poor families above the poverty line in three years by providing them
income generating assets through bank credit and government subsidy. The
Number of 111.90 lakh BPL families found in Bihar in survey during 2007-08

Indira Awas Yojana (IAY)

The Government of India in its determination to end all housing shortage in rural
areas by the end of the ninth plan diversified its flagship rural housing scheme
for the BPL families as Indira Awas Yojana, to tackle the problem of upgrading
the unserviceable Kutcha houses in rural areas and earmarked 20 percent of IAY
funds for this purpose.

D.P.A.P. and I.W.D.P

The Drought prone Area programme is currently oprational in purnea districts of


the state, wherein 3 watersheds are in process of development. These
watershed projects, will be completed and new watershed projects will be taken-
up as the Planning Commission has laid stress on schemes of public
participation.

D.R.D.A. Administration and Building

The D.R.D.A. Administration scheme has been introduced from 1.4.1999, on the
recommendation of the Shanker Committee with the objective to strengthen the
D.R.D.A. and to make them more professional and effective in managing the
anti-poverty programmes.

• SPECIAL AREA PROGRAMME:

After the bifurcation of the State, the major target groups have been the SCs &
STs. The STs are now only 0.91 percent of the total population of the State and
SCs have population of 15.72% of the State.

There are a number of schemes for the SCs & STs for educational development,
social assistance and economic development. Dept. of SC & ST Welfare is the
nodal department for the implementation of SCSP and TSP,

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This scheme is a 100% Govt. of India sponsored scheme. Under this scheme
there is provision to take up income generating schemes and infrastructure
development scheme. Out of the funds received from GOI, 70% funds is to be
spent for income generating activities and 30% for infrastructure development
incidental to those income generating activities.

IRRIGATION AND FLOOD CONTROL


Irrigation Sector (Major & Medium Irrigation Schemes)

Under Major & Medium Irrigation Sector for Annual Plan 2012-13 different
Source of funding is shown below.

Assembling the sectoral break-up of Irrigation sector, flood sector, drainage


sector and CADWM sector as mentioned in annual plan outlay for the financial
year 2012-13 of Water Resources Department has been formulated.

ENERGY

• INDUSTRY AND MINERALS

Handicrafts (Pashan Shilp Samanya Sulabh Sewa Kendra, Purnea

It is an important scheme for the development of Pashan Shilp (Stoneware) in


the purnea. The main component of the scheme is to provide financial assistance
and guidance to the artisans/sculptures for their self-employment. Hundreds of
trained artisans are earning livelihood from the handicraft of Pashan Shilp. There
is provision to impart training to 25 artisans in a year with a stipend of Rs.
500.00 per month per trainee.

• TRANSPORT

• SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT


In order to make the economy knowledge based and sustain prosperity in the
face of accelerating global competition, there is a need to improve Technical
Education system in order to boost skills and innovation. This requires
encouragement of innovative applications of technology over entire range of
economic activities.
Keeping in view of the population share, Purnea should have 3 intake capacity in
Engineering college & nearly 5 intake capacity in Polytechnics. For achieving this,
at least 3 more Engineering college and 4 more Polytechnic Institutes should be
establish in the Purnea and the intake capacity of existing institute be increased
by facilitating additional infrastructure to those institutes.
Department has been making consistent effort to keep pace with the changing
national science and technology scenario. Various programmes and activities are
aimed at encouraging and promoting indigenous science and technology
especially in technical education.

• GENERAL ECONOMIC SERVICES


1. Strengthening of Planning Machinery At the District Level
(Computerization, Capacity building and MIS based monitoring of Plan
schemes): To strengthen the Computer Cells at State and district level, Capacity
building and MIS based computer aided monitoring of Plan schemes are essential
2. District Planning Committee:

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The District Planning Committee was constituted during the year 1999 under the
Zila Parisad and reconstituted from time to time according to the changing need.
The President of Zila Parisad of the district is the Chairman of the District
Planning Committee.

The Committee has the following objectives :-

 To prepare Perspective Plan of the District.

 To issue guidelines for decentralized Planning.

 To review the progress of Perspective Plan.

 To advise the different department of state to change the nature of Plans


according to the change and development in field of Science and
Technology.

 Policy decision for Plan formulation in the light of resources available with
the state as well as economy of the State.

 To advise the state on such policy matters which will be helpful in creating
the basic infrastructure of the State.

In order to achieve the aforesaid objectives of the Committee, the following


schemes have been proposed in Annual Plan 2012-13.

• SOCIAL SERVICE

SECONDARY EDUCATION:

The Secondary level education provides an important link between the


elementary and higher education. It also serves as training ground for
workforce. Senior secondary stage or Intermediate stage is very important for
skill development, because at this stage, diversification of curriculum and
selection of professional streams by students occur.

The success of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan will mean that Secondary Education
during the next few years would face simultaneously strong pool for quantitative
expansion and qualitative improvement. The enrollment rate will increase and
dropout rate will decrease. This would create great demand for infrastructure
facilities for secondary education. Due to global competitiveness, industry,
business and service sectors will demand for higher quality of manpower.
Secondary education is the single largest supplier of workforce in the country.

Rajbhasha

For giving a new dimension to the development of Rajbhasha Hindi, it is


necessary that authors and government servants with excellent work in
Hindi language should be encouraged and rewarded, so that Hindi may
become a symbol of our self respect and language of common mass. Under
the scheme of awards constituted by Rajbhasha Directorate for the
development of Hindi and Urdu, named awards (Namit Puraskar) have also
been included in this annual Plan (2012-13).

In 1981, Urdu was adopted as second official language of the state and since
then the Government has to play an important role in the development and
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For the fulfillment of above objectives, the Department has plans to organize
various Conferences, Seminars, and Exhibitions etc. for the propagation of
Rajbhasha Hindi and Urdu. In addition to that, the Department proposes to
publish/republish some new/previously published books/dictionaries. The
Department also proposes to purchase modern and technical dictionaries of
Urdu language as well as the books awarded at national level.

For running Urdu Training Centers at headquarter and +field offices, a


proposal have also been retained this year i.e. 2012-13.

A special component scheme for the benefit of scheduled caste students has
been started since the year 2003-04. This scheme is also being proposed in
this year 2012-13 for the benefit of Scheduled Castes.

Art, Culture and Youth Services

Directorate of Youth Affairs & Sports

The Sports Policy of the state has been framed to facilitate over all development
of sports and Youth activities from grassroots level to national level and to
create renaissance among youth for sports. Efforts have been made to have the
energy to the youth towards the national building through their active
participation in sports activities.

With a view to foster competition with other states in the field of sports and
glorify the state at the national map, the following schemes have been proposed

WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION

The Public Health Engineering Department is the nodal agency for providing safe
drinking water and sanitation facilities in the rural areas of Bihar. Generally hand
tube wells/drilled tube wells are constructed and special repair of choked tube
wells are done for drinking water supply in rural areas. After enforcement of
Panchayat Raj System in the state, the responsibility of repair-maintenance of
tube wells has been given to the Panchayats. Execution of piped water supply in
Urban, Semi-urban and rural areas are done by the department. Water quality
testing of drinking water and its remedial measures for quality problem in rural
areas also come under the purview of the department. Maintenance of Rural
water Supply, Urban water supply schemes and water supply & sanitary fitting to
Govt. buildings is under the jurisdiction of the department. In addition to these
works, department is also looking after the rural sanitation programme as per
the guidelines of Govt. of India. Rural Sanitation Programme is being
implemented by the District Water and Sanitation Mission (DWSM).

Indra Awas Yojana

The Government of India in its determination to end all housing shortage in rural
areas by the end of the ninth plan diversified its flagship rural housing scheme
for the BPL families as Indira Awas Yojana, to tackle the problem of upgrading
the unserviceable Kutcha houses in rural areas and earmarked 20 percent of IAY
funds for this purpose.

Information and Public Relations

1- The Department of Information and Public Relations is entrusted with the


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State and to give feedback to the Government, regarding Government schemes
and policies. The department also has an educative role. The Government has to
reach to the people to garner the cooperation of the people in the
implementation of measures related to the welfare of the population.
2-The Department educated people about various development and welfare
measures undertaken by the state government. It keeps public informed about
the current measures that are necessary for the maintenance of law and order.
In order to fulfill this objective, the department gathers information and
feedback regarding various state activities. The Department acts as a tool and
catalyst in the developmental process of the state. Coverage of the population of
over eight crores of people through information network is a massive job. The
Department intends to achieve this job through various technologies of mass
media, both traditional and modern.
3-The Governmental of Bihar is undergoing a developmental metamorphosis. In
this changing scenario it is imperative that the changes being brought about, is
made known not only to the people inside Bihar, but also to the various
stakeholders outside the state. This requires special effort from the department,
so that a congenial environment is built for development investment. To achieve
this end, a comprehensive mass awareness campaign is to be carried out, both
inside and outside the state.
SC & ST WELFARE

After the bifurcation of the State, the major target groups have been the SCs &
STs. The STs are now only 0.91 percent of the total population of the State and
SCs have population of 15.72% of the State.

There are a number of schemes for the SCs & STs for educational development,
social assistance and economic development. Dept. of SC & ST Welfare is the
nodal department for the implementation of SCSP and TSP,

2.Organisation set up:-The present organizational setup will need a huge


revamping and a new setup for the projects under SCSP and TSP will be
proposed in the plan.

Programme Outline :

(A)WELFARE OF SCHEDULED CASTES

Stipend schemes will be the focus area during this plan period. Apart from that
uniform to girls schemes pre examination training scheme, Assistance to SCs
under SC, ST prevention of atrocities schemes shall be implemented with more
sincerity.

1. STIPEND SCHEMES:-

Different stipend programmes such as school stipend, post matric stipend,


technical stipend, sports stipend, Mushahar/Bhuiya stipend for SC students are
being run. The rates of the stipend are fixed by the department. The Scheme
Stipend rate are as follows :

(i) Class I to IV - Rs. 15.00 per month

(ii) Class V to VI - Rs. 30.00 per month

(iii) Class VII to X – Rs. 55.00 per month

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& the rate of Post Matric Stipend as per the norms of GOI.

DEVELOPMENT OF OBC & EBC

Social empowerment of backward and most backward classes is aimed at


removing all persisting inequalitities and disparities, especially in the areas of
education and access to basic minimum services. Towards improving the
educational level of backward classes, stipend schemes and establishment of
residential schools have been accorded priority

LABOUR EMPLOYMENT

Department of Labour Resources has been mandated to perform the task


relating to maintenance of industrial peace and labour welfare including
enforcement of labour laws, skill up gradation of the youth with a view to
increase their employability in the labour market, establishing linkages between
the employable and the job market through the mechanism of Employment
Exchanges, and taking care of the medical needs of the Insured Persons (IPs)
and their families under the ESI Act. However, a paradigm shift has taken place
in the approach to be followed in performing the aforesaid mandate since early
nineties. The role labour laws play has been perceived differently by different
social stakeholders, notably, the employers and employees. With the advent of
new economic policy in the early 90's and policies of carrying out reforms in
every sector of India's economy, the perceptions have converged at least to one
realization that labour laws needs be simplified to spur growth and generate
employment rather than merely protecting the well-entrenched interests of the
workers engaged in the organized sector, and issues confronting the vulnerable
sections of the labour be addressed through effective implementation of labour
laws and focused welfare policies; a realization has dawned upon all the
stakeholders that most vulnerable sections of the labour resources, e.g., child
labour, women, bonded labour, migrant labour and vast mass of labour working
in the unorganized of informal sector need special attention.

Labour Wing

(1) Organization of Training Camps for Rural and Unorganized Workers

The workers of rural areas and unorganized sector remain ignorant about their
legal rights under various labour laws and unaware about the rates of minimum
wages fixed by the Government due to illiteracy and other reasons. It makes
them to be devoid of the due benefits which are available to them under the
laws. Hence, there is a need to train and empower these workers in a concerted
way by organizing special camps.
It is planned to organize training camps for rural workers at district level for all
the 38 districts participated by workers drawn from every panchayat of that
district. While selecting the participant workers for the training camps,
preference would be given to the women/SC/ST workers. Currently we have
8463 panchayats in the State, hence it is planned to train these number of
workers in a year.
• GENERAL SERVICES
JAIL:-

The Central scheme of prison modernization has come to end. The extra fund to
the tune of Rs. 477.6 lakhs now required to complete the pending works.

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Finance Department Modernization

Finance Department will be modernized and renovated with modular furniture for
placing the working personnel and employees with better working environment.
It will enhance the efficiencies of the employees.

Public works

The Building department meets the demand of various government departments


by constructing administrative buildings, residential buildings for officers and
staffs, court buildings and residential buildings for judiciary etc.

The main objective of the department is to reduce the gap between demand and
supply of administrative and residential buildings. The plan schemes are but only
for those buildings which are executed by the department. Apart from this, this
is the nodal agency for all building construction activities of the government. The
department under takes building construction from design to construction and
finishing of the government buildings of the state. It shall be the main objectives
of the department to deliver these services in time to other government
departments. With the increase in the development activities, in the course of
various five years Plans, the activities of Public Works (Building) Department
have increased manifold. This department meets the demand of various
government departments by constructing administrative buildings, residential
buildings for officers and staffs, court buildings and residential buildings for
judiciary etc.

Judicial Building

District Judges Courts Building and presiding officer’s courts building are to be
constructed in purnea and Some subdivisional courts buildings are also to be
constructed.

Excise

The Department of Excise and Prohibition is responsible for realization of


revenue from the sale of excisable articles. The department takes preventive
steps to stop inter district smuggling, tax evasion, illicit distillation and black
marketing of excise revenue. Excise cases are detected with the help of district
administration and public personnel.

MINORITY FINANCING

In order to help preserve the culture and language of religions and linguistic
minorities, the Department of Minority Welfare undertakes targeted
programmes. The Government is committed to the welfare of minorities in the
state. Under this sector, the Department proposes to computerize survey of
minority properties and its development. The department provides scholarships,
and coaching for minority students preparing for the Public Service Commission
and other competitive examinations. It’s also makes arrangements for vocational
training for artisans, skilled labourers and female entrepreneurs.

The strategy consists of (i) strengthening infrastructure to assist minority


students preparing for competitive examination; (ii) looking after the welfare of
minority women, mainly divorced women, who need to be helped economically
for self employment. (iii) Computerizing the survey of wakf property and making
arrangement for its development. (iv) Scholarship and one time grant to the

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Minority Student after passing the level of class X & XII to continue their further
studies. (v) To facilitate skilled and semi skilled workers by further giving them
training after providing stipend and then to provide loan for self employment
through Bihar State Minority Financial Corporation. (VI) Providing vocational
training to the artisan and low level educated Muslim with facility of loan to them
from Bihar State Minority Financial Corporation for self employment (VII)
Establishing Maulana Azad Residential Training School for Minority Boys & Girls
in districts and pockets of some of blocks where there is concentration of Muslim
population.

BRIEF MINORITY BENIFIT

1- Mukhmantri Sharam Shakti Yojana:

Under the scheme the minority artisan and literate labour will be trained to
upgrade their artistic and technical skill for which stipend of Rs.1500-2000 per
month per person may be given by the state govt. and after the training is over,
they may be provided with a loan of Rs. 50,000/- by Bihar State Minority
Financial Corporation for their self employment.

2- Construction of Hostels for Minority Students (boys & girls) –

Maintenance and Furnishing: The Department constructs and maintains hostels


for minority students (boys and girls). In Annual plan 2012-13, there is a
proposal to carry out maintenance and furnishing of these hostels.

3. Construction of Monuments in the name of great personalities


belonging to minority communities

4. State Share for Equity Participation of for the National Minority


Development Financial Corporation: The National Minority Development
Financial Cooperation provide loans to needy artisans and self-employed in the
minority community.

5.Share Capital of the State to Minority Financial Corporation: Assistance


to help carry out activities of the State Minority Financial Corporation.

6.Computerization of the Survey of Waqf Properties: The date base on


waqf Board properties will require computerization on a big scale.

7. Scholarships for College Students on the Basis of Merit-cum-Poverty


basis: Scholarships are given to meritorious students of the minority community
for their education

8.Maintenance and Protection of Wakf Properties: Properties of the Waqf


Board need to be maintained and protected so that they can serve members of
the minority community.

9. Grant-in-aid as Revolving Fund to State Waqf Board for Developing of


Waqf Properties: The government provides grant-in-aid to the corpus fund for
developing waqf properties.

10.Financial Assistance to Divorced Muslim Women: A Scheme to


financially assist to divorced Muslim women procures gainful self-employment
will be routed through the Waqf Board.

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11. Mukhmantri Vidyarth Protsahan Yojana : All minority students who
have passed with first division from Bihar School Examination Board in 2007 and
onwards will be given 10,000/- per student only one time from Mukhmantri
Vidyarth ProtsahanYojana. This will be given on certain criteria to such students
continuing their further studies.

12. Coaching for Students for belonging to Minority Community


preparation of competitive Examination of Public Service Commission :
The Department provides aspirants with scholarship to help them to prepare for
competitive examination of the public service commission.

13. Training of Minority Artisan and Literate Youth

14. Pre Metric Scholarship(CSP)

Outlay of the 25% state Share for Pre Metric Scholarship (CSP).

15. Multi Sectoral Development Plan (CSP)

Outlay of the 30-35% state Share forMulti Sectoral Development Plan (CSP).

LAW

The Law Department regulates and co-ordinate the legal functions of the State.
It also guides and advises to all the department of the State where legal points
are involved. The size of the annual plan outlay of the Law Department is not
very large like other works department simply because it is not a scheme
implementing department. In order to strengthen the legal and judicial
administration in the State Law Department is implementing some selected
centrally sponsored scheme like Fast Track Courts and Family courts as well as
state sponsored scheme like construction of Bihar Judicial Academy, construction
of Judicial Building and construction of additional Building for the Advocate.

Registration

The key function of Registration Department is the Registration of various kinds


of documents. The Stamp duty and Registration Fees Chargeable on documents
are main sources of revenue.

Bihar Rural Livelihood Project (Jeevika)

Jeevika-Bihar Rural Livelihood Project (BRLP) is a World Bank assisted project


designed to address rural poverty in Bihar through the collaboration of the poor,
the Government of Bihar and the World Bank. The main objective of the Project
is to enhance social and economic empowerment of the rural poor people.

Information and Public Relations

The Department of Information and Public Relations is entrusted with the


responsibility of carrying the message of the Government to the people of the
State and to give feedback to the Government, regarding Government schemes
and policies. The department also has an educative role. The Government has to
reach to the people to garner the cooperation of the people in the
implementation of measures related to the welfare of the population.
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The plans such as, the residential problems of Officers and Staffs, the
Construction of Office building, the renovation, alteration and modification of
damaged buildings and construction of boundary walls which enhance the tax
collection efficiency and deter tax evasion have been included in the Annual Plan
2012-13.

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CHAPTER V
Scheduled Caste Sub Plan: 2012-13

INTRODUCTION:
The Scheduled caste population of the district is 473786 constituting 20% of the
total population of the district. Majority of the workers in Scheduled caste
communities are agricultural labourers. Most of the cultivators among the
Scheduled castes are marginal farmers, share croppers and small farmers. Other
occupational groups are weavers, sweeper and cobblers. As per DISE report
during 2009-10 the GER (SC) for Primary school was 91.67. During 2009-10 the
GER (SC) for Upper Primary school was 50.7. Improvement in the category of
SC enrolment is in improving trend. Lack of awareness among the Scheduled
castes about their civil rights and lack of desired economic development make
these communities vulnerable to social discrimination. A Central Act namely, the
Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. 1989 has
been enacted for prevention of atrocities on Scheduled Caste and Scheduled
Tribes. The people of this community suffer from several economic
disadvantages. They are counted as socially, educationally and economically
disadvantaged group of the society. Spread of literacy and education among the
scheduled caste persons is another positive indication of development. Besides
the regulatory measures, beneficiary oriented programs are being taken up
necessary flow of benefits to this weaker section of the district, for their

socio‐economic development. The special component plan for SCs has been

renamed as Scheduled Caste Sub‐plan is not area specific.

OBJECTIVES:
The broad objectives of the SCSP are as stated below:

1. Raising Socio‐economic condition of the SCs and reducing poverty.

2. Creating/increasing capability for self‐employment / wage employment of

the SCs in order to bring their income level at par with general population.
3. Up gradation of traditional skills of occupational groups.
4. Developing critical infrastructure including communication etc.
5. Providing free access to education, health and housing.
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7. Empowerment through legislative and regulatory measures.
8. Elimination of scavenging.

STRATEGIES:
The people of Scheduled caste communities are relatively poor and substantial
part of this group of people is engaged in scavenging and unclean occupations.
The broad strategies for the coming fifth year plan under SCSP are:
1. Self employment schemes for SCs will be implemented with arrangements
for loan and subsidy to enable them to cross the poverty line.
2. Implementation of income generating schemes.
3. Emphasis will be laid on skill up gradation and capacity building.
4. The schemes should be market linked.
5. Need based composite programs will be implemented for main
occupational groups like weavers and fisherman with emphasis on the
supply of raw materials, developing market linkages for products, skill up
gradation and introduction of modern technology
6. Basic amenities like provision of safe drinking water, link roads,
electrification, house sites and housing facilities in SC settlements will be
accorded priority with a view to improving of life of SC families.
7. Information, Education and communication activities will be taken up on a
massive scale for raise general awareness level of SC population about
various developmental programs undertaken for them as well as to make
them conscious of their rights and entitlements health, hygiene
importance of child care etc.

A sum of Rs. 52331.014 lakhs has been proposed for 2012‐12 under Scheduled

Caste Sub‐plan for Nalanda district which accounts for 32% of the district plan

outlays from the state budget.

SECTOR/SCHEME WISE REQUIREMENT OF FUNDS for SCSP: 2012-13


Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Requirement Flow of SC
No. of Fund for component
2012-13 from proposed
outlay
1 2 3 4 5
I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 96.000 16.32
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed 35.500 6.04
Programe
3 Macromode Scheme 0.000 0
4 a. Integrated cereal 2.000 0.34
Devlopment Programe
5 b. farm mechanization 125.600 21.352
6 c. Integrated Pest 10.300 1.751
management
7 National food security mission 80.600 13.702

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(pulse)
8 National food security mission 112.200 19.074
(Rice)
9 National food security mission 120.400 20.468
(Wheat)
10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3534.000 600.78
11 tal & Diyara devlopment 40.400 6.868
scheme
12 kisan salahkar yogna 90.500 15.385
13 Promotion of organic farming 110.400 18.768
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed 140.600 23.902
pulses oilplam ?& maize
15 seed production on Govt. 12.000 2.04
farm
16 Establishment & renovation 548.820 0
of Agriculture offices
buildings including E-Kisan
Bhawan
17 Devlopment of ware housing 0.000 0
& storage
18 Intrest subsidy on Agriculture 0.000 0
Loan
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring 0.000 0
of vechicle
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan 0.000 0
yojna
Sub Total 5059.320 766.79
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0.000 0
22 Training of farmers (a) inter 6.600 0.990
state
23 (b) Within State 9.570 1.440
24 ( c) Within district 17.600 2.640
Demonstrations
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 12.400 1.860
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 41.089 6.160
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 5.280 0.790
28 (b) Within State 4.026 0.600
29 ( c) Within district 3.300 0.500
30 Mobilization of farmer 11.000 1.650
groups
(a) Capacity building, skill
development and support
services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving 2.500 0.380
fund
32 Rewards and incentives Best 1.000 0.15
organized group representing
different enterprises (5
groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0.000 0
Sub Total 114.365 17.160
II. Farm Information dissemination
34 District level exhibitions, 4.000 0.600
kisan melas, fruits/vegetables
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35 Number of leaflets made and 5.000 0.750
sitributed/number of
advertisements made
35 Number of technology 1.000 0.150
packages developed (CD)
Sub Total 10.000 1.500
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement,
validation and Adoption
36 Farmer Scientist interaction 0.853 0.13
at district
37 Organization of field days and 6.600 0.99
kisan gosthies
38 Assessment, frfinement, 1.000 0.15
validation and adoption of
frontline technologies and
other short term researchable
issues through KVKs and
other local reseearch centers.
No, of KVK involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like 0.000 0
institutions recurring
40 * Functionary support 18.348 2.75
41 *TA/DA 0.000 0
42 *Operational expenses for 12.000 1.8
district level
43 * operational expenses at 12.000 1.8
Block level
44 * Hiring of vehicles 3.000 0.45
45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0.000 0
46 *BTM 52.800 7.92
47 *Block level SMS 44.880 6.73
48 * Civil works and 0.000 0
Refurbishing of ATMA office
49 Establishment of Block level 0.000 0
FIACs ( Number)
50 Farm School 25.872 3.88
Sub Total 177.353 26.600
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES
DISTRICT LEVEL
51 support for district level 5.000 0.75
training institutions
52 Setting up CRS 0.000 0
53 It Center & Building 0.000 0
Sub Total 5.000 0.750
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE
ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district 11.000 1.65
componetnt
Total agriculture 5377.038 814.445
56 Fisheries Producation and supply of 27.750 2.75
quality fish and fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur 0.000 0
fisheries
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0.000 0
59 Strengthenin of fisheries 18.000 0
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mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme 9.600 0.9
(crop insurance)
61 Training and Extension 35.000 0
62 Assistance to SC 1.750 1.75
pisciculturists (new tank)
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 50.000 0
64 Development of Inland 18.750 1
fisheries Aquaculture
65 Group insurance scheme for 0.000 0
fishermen
66 Housing for fishermen 0.000 0
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 18.000 1.1
Total 178.850 7.5
68 Anila Scheme of Veterinary service 498.000 24.000
Husbandry and Animal Health
69 Scheme of Veterinary service 184.000 5.000
and Animal Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service 254.000 64.000
Production and grass land
development
71 Scheme of strenthening of 25.000 8
information and extention
72 Scheme of poultry 15.000 0
development in the state
73 Scheme of assistance to 120.850 30.210
states for control of animal
disease (ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by 7.660 0
production of milk,meat,egg
woll in state on the basis of
integrated simple survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of 30.000 4
direction and Administration
76 Establishment of cattle 45.000 0
disease diagnostic laboratory
77 Murgi Grame yojna 180.000 99
78 Rural poultry development 200.000 60
scheme
79 Cattle Development and 232.490 58.13
breeding Scheme
80 Scheme of establisment of 30.000 0
veterinary council
Total 1822.000 352.340
81 Horticulture 1.Rennovation of horticulture 10.000 0
office
82 2. Establishment of 25.000 0
horticulture office in projeny
bag
83 3. Purchase of vehicle 7.000 0
84 4. Development of 0.000 0
horticulture (Road map
programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of 7.500 1.2
veg. seed among farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 35.000 5.6

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87 5.R.K.V.Y 0.000 0
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 174.000 0
6 block Nursery of 2 acre
each,3 seed production farm
of 20 ha. And 1 projeny bag
of 10 ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 3.000 0
90 (iii) Pump house 5.000 0
91 6. National horticulture 250.000 40
Mission
92 7. Microirrigation 250.000 88
Total 766.500 134.8
93 Cooperative Infrastruchral setup for 23.000 0
marketing under PACS
94 Godam Repairment 40.000 0
95 Goatry 105.000 0
96 Agri clinic 200.000 0
97 Composit unit 250.000 0
98 Margin Money 250.000 0
99 fund to education committee 129.000 0
100 Cold storage repairing 200.000 0
101 Cold storage repairing Badi 200.000 0
Pahadi
102 Central Consumer store, sale 100.000 0
center construction
103 Cooperative training center 200.000 0
Total 1697.000 0
104 Dairy DCS org &Strengthening of 0.340 3.4
Development DCS
105 Man Power development 0.000 0
(Training)
106 Study tour of farmers to 0.040 2.4
outside state
107 A.I Training out Side/inside 0.100 1
state
108 Dairy foarm management 0.025 2.25
Traing (in side state)
109 Awareness of farmers at 0.006 1.8
society level
110 DCS Secretary training 0.060 0.6
111 Deworming of Cattle 0.150 0
112 Fodder Demonstration 2.200 0
113 Construction of mill 21.000 7
collecation contract
114 Cattle inductorn 0.000 0
115 Laghu Dairy 40.500 2.7
116 Mini day 16.750 1.34
117 Midi dairy 11.000 0
118 Electronic milko tester 0.000 0
119 Commercial dairy 10.450 0
120 Extension & advertisent 0.000 0
121 Milk yield competition 0.750 0
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0.500 0
123 Purchase of Vehicle 6.000 0
Total 109.871 22.49

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124 Sugarcane Seed purchase Subcidy 1.660 0.32
Development
125 Transportation 0.249 0.048
126 Jal Karah 0.800 0.2
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.830 0.16
128 Wormiculture & organic 3.320 0.64
Furtilizer
129 Seminar 0.400 0
130 Advertising & Publication 2.000 0
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0.400 0
132 office Expenses 0.200 0
133 Direct amount 0.600 0.15
134 Training 0.080 0.2
Total 10.539 1.718
Total I 15327.836 2146.088
II. Rural Development
135 DRDA Administration 120.000 0
136 DRDA Building 35.000 0
Rural Employment
137 SGSY 0.000 0
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 32750.000 19650.000
Land Reforms
139 Updating of land record and 0.000 0
survey
140 land acquisition 0.000 0
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 0.000 150
142 Purchase of land for house 0.000 0
siet for homeless
143 Purchase of land for link road 0.000 0
Other Rural Development
144 MGNREGS Establisment 600.000 0
Housing (Including police housing)
145 Indira Awas Yojna 6693.750 4016.250
146 Panchayat Raj Construction of Panchayat 2880.000 0
sarkar Bhavan
147 NABARD Skill development initiative 3.200 1
on beauty culture and
tailoring & embroidery
Total II 43081.950 23817.25
III. Special Area Programme
148 BRGF 1834.000 0
149 Grant under 13th Finace Commission 1333.000 0
proviso to
Article
275(1)
Total III 3167.000 0
IV. Irrigation & Flood Control
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to 80.000 0
punpun link channel from
kolhar to Dumri.
151 Restoration of Left 550.000 0
Zamindari bundh of Bhutahi
River from pritam bigha to
Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa 160.000 0

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River from Dhowa to Sugar
beg chak.
153 Bed clearance of Dardha 50.000 0
River.
154 Bed clearance of Sapahi 60.000 0
paeen from Murligadh to
Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen 280.000 0
and Zammindari bundh
from Amat to Kararua River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to 60.000 0
Bhutahi RIVER.
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to 25.000 0
Dardha River.
158 Restoration of Zamindari 120.000 0
bundh from Berthu to Kara-
rua River.
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha
of Donr River.
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 100.000 0
from Usmanpur to Badiha
of Sonr River.
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb
gha of Kakaria- Donr River.
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 30.000 0
from Kamta to Sultanpur
of Kakaria- Sonr River.
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha
of Nonai River.
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 30.000 0
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur
of Nonai River.
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 115.500 0
from Murgawan to Kushha
of Paimar River.
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 47.250 0
from Chakauribigha to Am-
ia Bigha of Paimar River.
167 Restoration of Zamindari 100.000 0
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi-
har Road to AJNAURA .
168 Restoration of Zamindari 40.000 0
bundh from Right of Muha-
ane River to Belsar.
169 Restoration of Zamindari 30.000 0
bundh from Chakhazari
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road.
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 210.000 0
een from BhagwaAhar (Du-
mri) to Telmar.
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 120.750 0
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of Paimar River.
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 200.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh from the bord-
er of Nalanda zilla to
BansBigha
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tetaria to Ranipur
of Muhane River.
174 Bed clearance of 60.000 0
Seesa
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar
River.
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 36.000 0
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai
River.
176 Bed clearance and cons- 220.000 0
trction of structure in Dor
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh-
auna) to Barsianwan of
Bhtahi River.
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 168.000 0
hary Paeen from Rustam-
pur to Nonai via Aungari.
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 600.000 0
nala and restoration of
Zamindari Bundh from Sa-
thua to Jalwar River.
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 140.000 0
wain River from Mandach
to Korawan.
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 60.000 0
from Piroza to Chamdeha
Lodipur.
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 134.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura
Dhanwan.
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 180.000 0
Paeen up to Nagarnausa
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN
Paeen of Lokain River.
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 56.000 0
river from Naugadh to
Ashadhi.
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 145.000 0
from Aungari to Dhurgawn
and Rasalpur Paeen.
185 Boulder Pitching work at 38.000 0
various locations of Muh-
ane river.
186 Boulder Pitching work at 200.000 0
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river.
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 200.000 0
Nala ( a dead course of
Falgu ) river and construct-
ion of structures.
188 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0
Tharthari (Siwan) chilka
and its irrigation system.
189 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0
Pendapur-Musadhi Karai
and its irrigation system.
190 Construction of WEIR at 600.000 0
Choki - Hurari in Karai
and its irrigation system.
191 Jalpath,Bihars Total Scheme regarding 5091.440 0
arif Embankment and irrigation
related schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 448.000 67.20
193 2- Failed tubewell 1278.000 191.70
Total IV 14302.940 258.9
V. Energy
194 Electricity(BS Electricity(BSEB) 0.000 0
EB)
Non Conventional energy
195 Solar Lightfor House 0.000 0
196 Bio Gas 22.000 30
197 Street Light 11.200 11.2
Total V 33.200 41.2
VI. Industry & Minerals
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender 60.000 6
establishmnt
199 Udyog vistar officer 20.000 20
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan 4.000 0
varg Bihar Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan 7.000 4
var Mirdag
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan 10.000 0
var Bihar Sharif
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho 5.000 0
Sarai
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 35.000 0
205 Prashichhan 10.800 1.35
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka 50.000 0
Vikash
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan 2.000 0
marmati
208 Alap kalin prashichhan 1.000 0
karykram
209 Khadi Capre par anudan 10.000 0
khadi sector ke antargat
prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 3.000 0
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 1.500 0
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv 25.000 0
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213 audogik kampen seminar Con 3.000 0
salti
214 Publicity and Publication 2.000 0
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke 5.600 0
antargat vikash 35 % anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat 500.000 0
anudan
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan 2.000 0
kachh ka sajadi chair table
udhmita prashichhan
Total VI 756.900 31.35
VII. Transport Civil Aviation
218 RWD BIHAR MMGSY 987.700 0.00
219 RWD BIHAR 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 37.290 0.00
220 RWD BIHAR 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 250.000 0.00
221 Transport Nirman jila pariwahan 0.700 0.00
office kariyalay ke computer class
me S.C ka adhisthapan
222 Nirman jila pariwahan 4.000 0.00
kariyalay ke dhwanirhit
generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan 2.300 0.00
kariyalay me upskaro ki
khridagi
RWD MMGSY
224 2008-09 0.000 0
225 2010-11 487.000 0
226 2011-12 927.000 0
227 2012-13 1200.000 0
PMGSY
228 2008-09 145.000 0
SPECIAL COMPONENT
229 2010-11 397.560 0
230 2011-12 800.000 0
Total VII. 5238.550 0
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment
231 Building for E-governance 50.000 0
Centre
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 10.000 0
233 Computer System 7.500 0
234 server 4.000 0
235 Printer 3.000 0
236 Scanner 2.000 0
237 External hard disk 0.200 0
238 Computer Table 1.250 0
239 Printer Table 0.100 0
240 Cabling Cost 1.000 0
241 Book Shelvas 0.500 0
242 Godrej Almera 0.500 0
243 Projector 0.500 0
244 Projector Screen 0.200 0
245 Laptop 1.200 0
246 Generator 30 KVA 5.000 0

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247 Centralised UPS 5.000 0
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0.500 0
249 Audio/Video Camera for 2.000 0
Video Conferencing
250 Centralised A.C. 10.000 0
251 Mike System for Conference 1.000 0
room
252 Expenditure on unschduled 4.000 0
items (Electericty, Wiring and
Lighting System
253 Books for Library 2.000 0
Total 111.450 0
Forestry & Wildlife
254 State Plan 0.000 0
255 Rehabilation of Degraded 0.000 0
Forests
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan 3.000 0
Yojana
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 11.854 0
258 Nahar Tat farm 1.290 0
259 Path tat Plantation 84.000 0
260 Backward Region Grant 0.000 0
Fund (BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 25.920 0
262 Pollution Control Board 0.000 0
263 Development of Sanjay 0.000 0
Gandhi Biological Part (50
:50)
TOTAL 126.064 0
Total VIII 237.514 0
IX. General Economic Services
264 Planning Construction of the building 0.000 0
for District Planning Office
265 RSVY 0.000 0
266 MNRegion Development fund 0.000 0
267 Mukhmantri Mukhmantri nagar vikash 800.000 0
nagar vikash yojana
yojana
268 Tourism 0.000 0
269 Statistics Civil Regist. 69.750 0
270 Raingauge 4.000 0
271 Training 12.000 0
272 Computer data entry 2.000 0
273 Publication 2.000 0
274 Library 1.000 0
275 Statistics day 1.000 0
276 Vichel out Sources 36.000 0
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 11.000 0
Total IX 938.750 0
X. Social Service
278 (A) Rural Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 1470.000 364.5
279 Sanitation ( School Toilets 175.000 43.75
280 Total Anganvadi Toilets 8.000 7
281 Sanitation IEC 50.000 12.5
Campaign)

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282 Administrative charges 25.000 6.25
283 Community sanitary 125.000 31.25
complexes
284 Solid and Liquid waste 25.000 6.25
management
285 (B) Lohiya Lohiya Swachta yojna 1120.000 280
swachta
yojana
286 Total 2998.000 751.5
287 Water supply 1. Mini water supply shceme 1130.000 282.5
& sanitation Floiride (Solar)
288 (A) Rural 2.Mini water supply shceme 314.400 78.6
water supply drought (solar)
289 3. Mini water supply shceme 266.400 66.6
electric
290 4. Urban water supply 1020.000 255
scheme
291 5. Construction of T/W for 300.600 75.15
coverage of NC/PC
habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in 207.600 51.9
Anganbari
293 7. Construction of T/w in 28.080 7.02
NC/PC quality affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 108.000 27
295 8. Rural piped water supply 12.800 3.2
scheme & making function
defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and 128.160 32.04
recharging
297 10. Ground water recharging 675.000 168.75
& rain water harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube 180.000 45
well sustainable,
weels/santinized wells, SM
and SR
Total 4371.040 1092.76
299 BC 2328.000 2328
300 SC 9083.000 9083

301 Samaj kalyan IGNOAPS 2624.000 1049.6


302 Vibhag, IGNWPS 322.800 129.12
303 samajik LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 744.000 297.6
304 suraksha RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 432.000 172.8
305 IG.DISABLE PENSION 28.800 11.52
306 STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.280 14.11
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 55.000 352.8
308 NFBS 155.000 62.2
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH 30.000 12
YOGENA
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 50.000 20
Total 15887.880 13532.75
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 15.000 0
312 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 198.000 57.02
313 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 4700.000 0
314 2235 Data Opretor 0.918 0

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315 2235 Prashichhan 38.000 0
316 2235 Bachcho ka poshak 265.500 0
317 2235 Medicin 15.930 0
318 2235 Bal vikash pariyojana 1081.000 0
319 2236 Paoshahar 3312.255 8
320 2235 Data Opretor 18.358 0
321 2235 Atirikat & upkaran vinni 115.950 0
kendra upkaran
322 2235 Flaxi Fund 26.550 0
323 2235 Aaganwari kender bhawan 466.000 350
324 2235 Vikash Office 10.000 0
Total 10263.460 415.02
325 Labour Organisation of training 0.812 0.22168
camps for the workers of
rural and unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & 0.900 0.45
Rehabilitation of child labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child 0.000 0
labour commission
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation 1.000 0.6
Programme
329 Inter – State Migrant labour 8.000 4
plan.
330 Strengthening of 0.000 0
Enforcement machinery.
331 House Building plan for the 20.000 10
Bidi workers
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0.000 0
Total 30.712 15.27168
General Education
333 a) Elementry & Adult
Education
334 Workshop and seminar for 0.000 0
Development of Text Book,
Curriculum, Supplementary
books and publication of
journal, magazine, research
paper and other Teaching
Learning Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar 0.000 0
Anchal Yojana
336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak 476.000 0
Yojana (6 years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak 570.000 0
Yojana(9-12 years)
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak 1235.000 0
Yojana
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle 602.500 100
Yojana
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle 662.500 110
Yojana
341 Secondary Construction of Additional 1360.000 0
Education Classrooms/Up gradation of
Govt. & Nationalised high
Schools and Adarsh Vidyalaya
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Building
343 Construction of Educationa 0.000 0
Building at Commisinay
Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential 0.000 0
Schools
345 Training and Orientation 2.000 0
programme for Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.600 0
347 Strengthening of Vocational 1.500 0
Education
348 Grant to Society of secondary 27.200 0
education
349 Monitoring of Schemes of 6.800 0
Secondary Education
350 Grant to Library 15.000 0
351 Bihar Solar Lamps in Elementry 474.980 122.41149
Education school
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 145.503 17.13021
353 Separate boys Toilet 145.503 20.36862
354 Hand Pump 60.900 15.69512
355 Health cards for routine check 54.685 14.0933
up
356 Boundrywall in Elementry 952.500 245.47813
school
357 permanent residential School 800.000 0
for visually impaired/mentally
impaired 50 children to
provide elementry education
at each block
358 Benches/desk set in middle 966.540 0
school
359 zila shiksha bhawan 3200.000 0
Total 11772.710 645.17687
360 Mid day meal Conversion cost (I-V) 2606.870 130.344
scheme
361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1454.520 72.72599
362 Grain cost 409.146 20.45729
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 630.960 31.548
364 Transpotion 69.630 3.4815
365 Kitchen shade 233.600 11.68
366 Kitchen device 218.500 10.925
367 MME
368 R.P honararuim 26.400 1.32
369 Vehicle 1.000 0.05
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1.200 0.06
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.800 0.04
372 Travelling Allowance 0.720 0.036
373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.600 0.03
374 Office Rent 0.960 0.048
375 Distric Coordinator 18.000 0.9
Honararuim
376 Accountant-cum-data entry 14.400 0.72
honararuim
377 Online entry of monthly 2.622 0.1311

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report
378 Board construction 0.000 0
379 Thali 218.500 10.925
380 Steel glass 87.400 4.37
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 250.350 12.5175
382 Requirment of District level 0.000 0
office
383 Establishment of MDM own 20.000 1
building
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 5.000 0.25
almira etc.)
385 Clerk at dist. Level 3.600 0.18
386 peon at dist. Level 1.200 0.06
387 Computer Operator 1.920 0.096
388 Computer with printer 0.500 0.025
389 Requirment of Block level
390 office rent for Block level 0.720 0.036
391 Computer for block level 10.000 0.5
office
392 Computer Operator 19.200 0.96
393 Peon at block level 12.000 0.6
394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 4.000 0.2
almira etc.)
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 3.600 0.18
Total 6327.918 316.396
MATERNAL HEALTH
396 Monitor Progress and Quality 0.575 0.12
of Service Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs 5.750 1.21
(Mch Center- Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres 1.150 0.24
(MCH Center-Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH 4.928 1.03
Services
400 Monthly Village Health and 14.458 3.04
Nutrition Days
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana /
JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.662 0.35
403 Institutional Deliveries
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 1050.282 220.56
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 6.325 1.33
406 Institutional Deliveries-C- 3.924 0.82
Sections
407 Administrative Expenses 9.547 2.00
408 Maternal Death Review 1.561 0.33

409 CHILD HEALTH


410 Implementation of IMNCI 0.575 0.12
Activities in Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn 8.913 1.87
Care/FBNC (Operationalise 40
NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, 42.942 9.02
ARI and Micronutrient
Malnutrition ( Nutritional

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Rehabilitation Centres)
413 FAMILY PLANNING

414 Dissemination of Manuals on 0.230 0.05


Sterilisation Standards & QA
of Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 83.266 17.49
416 NSV Camps 0.403 0.08
417 Compensation for Female 128.651 27.02
Sterilisation
418 Compensation for Male 6.469 1.36
Sterilisation (Compensation
for NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private 64.601 13.57
Providers for Sterilisation
Services
420 Spacing Methods

421 POL for Family Planning (for 4.639 0.97


District Level + State Level
Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at 1.058 0.22
Health Facility (IUD Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT
REPRODUCTIVE AND
SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme 0.00


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other 1.150 0.24
PNDT Activities (Monitoring of
Sex Ratio at Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, 568.671 119.42
Supervisory Nurses
(Salary of Contractual
ANM/ Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in 4.140 0.87
Blood Banks)
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / 4.830 1.01
PHCs (Salary of MOs in Blood
Banks)
429 Others - FP Counsellors 4.140 0.87
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, 55.867 11.73
ANMs Etc. (Muskaan
Programme-Incentive to
ASHA and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training 2.300 0.48
Institutions
(Repair/renovation of
Training Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 7.544 1.58
434 MTP Training 1.408 0.30

435 Other MH Training (Any 2.645 0.56


Integrated Training, Etc.)-
Training of MOs and
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Level (Convergence with
BSACS)
436 Child Health Training
437 IMNCI 72.904 15.31
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.650 0.77
439 Family Planning Training 0.000 0.00
440 Minilap Training 0.808 0.17
441 NSV Training 1.559 0.33
442 IUD Insertion Training 0.000 0.00
443 Training of Medical Officers in 0.636 0.13
IUD Insertion
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN 1.015 0.21
in IUD Insertion
445 Program Management 0.920 0.19
Training-DPMU
446 Community Visit for Students 0.575 0.12
& Teachers
447 Strengthening of SHS/
SPMU (Including HR,
Management Cost,
Mobility Support, Field
Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District 2.070 0.43
Malaria Office)
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU 22.976 4.83
Recruited and in Position
450 Provision of 12.325 2.59
Equipment/furniture and
Mobility Support for DPMU
Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 222.318 46.69
452 Strengthening (Others) 0.000 0.00
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.093 0.02
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.259 0.05
455 Management Unit at FRU ( 11.213 2.35
Hospital Manager & FRU
Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the 0.828 0.17
Programme (Statutory
Audit)
457 Concurrent Audit (State & 0.276 0.06
District)
458
459 ASHA
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA 42.669 8.96
Mentoring Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 125.743 26.41
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug 42.133 8.85
Kit & Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs 37.393 7.85
(TA/DA for ASHA Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to 0.460 0.10
ASHAs at District Level
465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.550 0.12
466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.150 0.24

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467 Untied Fund for PHCs 6.754 1.42
468 Untied Fund for APHC 20.125 4.23
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 54.510 11.45
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 125.925 26.44
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance 1.500 0.32
Grants
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance 4.500 0.95
Grants
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance 15.000 3.15
Grants
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance 7.500 1.58
Grants
475 Sub Centres-Annual 21.000 4.41
Maintenance Grants
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up
Gradation of CHCs, PHCs,
Dist. Hospitals to IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water 6.342 1.33
System in 25 SDH, 10 RH
and 150 PHC
478 Sub Centre Rent and 18.977 3.99
Contingencies
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 139.627 29.32
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain 9.879 2.07
(Refurbishment of Existing
Cold Chain Room for District
Stores and Earthing and
Wiring of Existing Cold Chain
Rooms in All PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 3.232 0.68
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to
HMS/RKS

483 District Hospitals 10.748 2.26

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.600 0.97

485 PHCs - RKS 23.000 4.83


486 Other (APHC) 49.450 10.38
487 District Action Plans 11.063 2.32
(Including Block, Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative 0.000 0.00


489 Constitution and Orientation 4.295 0.90
of Community Leader & of
VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, 1.896 0.40
Trainings and Capacity
Building of PRI at State/Dist.
Health Societies, CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH- 111.608 23.44
Medical Officers at DH/CHCs/
PHCs (Only AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC 9.396 1.97
Bureaus (State and
District Levels)

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493 Health Mela 0.046 0.01
494 Mobile Medical Units
(Including Recurring
Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units 48.438 10.17


(Including Recurring
Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving 35.880 7.53
Ambulance (Call 108)
497 Referral Transport in Districts 15.249 3.20
498 Outsourcing of Pathology 26.069 5.47
and Radiology Services
From PHCs to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste 23.000 4.83
Management)
500 Innovations 0.000 0.00

501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of 3.114 0.65


Public and Private Sector for
Providing Safe Abortion
Services
502 Monitoring & 29.210 6.13
Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS (
District , Block &
Divisional Data Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and 0.000 0.00
E-Governance, E-Health
(MCTS, RI Monitoring,
CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 5.520 1.16
505 RI Monitoring 1.495 0.31
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up- 0.046 0.01
Gradation and Maintenance of
Web Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive 3.887 0.82
Supervision and Data
Validation
508 Procurement of 30.019 6.30
Equipment: MH (Labour
Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment 12.242 2.57
: CH (SCNU- NBCC)
510 Procurement of 3.450 0.72
Equipm:Minilap Set (FP)
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.063 0.01
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) 0.173 0.04
(PHC Level)
513 Dental Chair Procurement 15.616 3.28
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 0.288 0.06
(Running Blood Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and
Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) 5.750 1.21
As Therapeutic Measure to
Pregnant Women with Severe
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517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & 19.140 4.02
Lactating Mothers
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets 23.827 5.00
and Syrup for Children (6 -59
Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 17.112 3.59
520 General Drugs & Supplies for 143.366 30.11
Health Facilities
521 Support Strengthening 2.070 0.43
RNTCP
522 Other Expenditures
(Power Backup,
Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to 0.861 0.18
BSNL
524 Routine Immunisation &
PP
525 Routine Immunisation 72.018 15.12
526 PPI Operation Cost 262.532 55.13
Total 4160.532 873.71
527 Nagar Nigam Nali/Nala 3000.000 1350.00
Bihar sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 4000.000 1800.00
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3600.000 1620.00
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & 5729.200 2578.14
Path
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye 250.000 112.50
Aavas/Chhatravas
532 B.R.G.F 400.000 180.00
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 300.000 135.00
yojanaantergat/Mahila
Shshkitkarn anudan &
Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 200.000 90.00
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & 440.000 198.00
Bhawan Nirman (office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 500.000 225.00
Sports and
Youth
Services
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0.000 0
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas 300.000 100
Yojana
539 Construction of new 500.000 0
stadiums
540 Renovation and Maintenance 0.000 0
of existing stadiums and
physical college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and 18.000 5
Krida Abhiyan (PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 2.000 0
Total 19239.200 8393.64
XI. General Services
Jails
543 Fortification of main gate and 15.000 0

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sentry post
544 Recreational & yoga shade for 20.000 0
prisoners
545 Library room for prisoners 10.000 0
546 Modernization of jail office 5.000 0
547 2 Barracks for warders/home 30.000 0
guards
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 60.000 0
6x10=60
549 2 toilets for office 6.000 0
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 10.000 0
551 one kitchen with gas cooking 3.000 0
system
552 concrete path ways inside the 20.000 0
jail 700 feet
553 concrete approach road for 30.000 0
staff quarter 1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female 6.000 0
prisoners
555 1 kitchen for female ward 15.000 0
556 1 Room for cretch centre 10.000 0
557 Vehicle for jail 8.000 0
558 Boundary wall of jail campus 50.000 0
and gate
559 Repairing and Beautification 10.000 0
in the jail
560 Food distribution shade for 20.000 0
prisoners
561 Patrolling path of concrete 10.000 0
road (4 feet) from inside the
main wall.
562 Patrolling path fo concrete 20.000 0
road (8 feet) from outside the
main wall
563 Water tower and tap water 80.000 0
supply system to prisoners
and staff
564 Flood light 2.000 0
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 15.000 0
566 10 computer set for prisoners 5.000 0
training
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. 2.500 0
for jail hospital
568 Opthalemo scope 0.150 0
569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0.250 0
570 One volleyball court for 0.300 0
prisoners
571 One volleyball court for staff 0.300 0
572 Video conferencing room 1.000 0
573 Television set for prisoners 2.600 0
wards
574 8 line interoom 0.500 0
575 one 4" boring and pump for 8.000 0
jail
576 Central watch room 2.000 0
577 Commercial Boundary Wall 0.000 0

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Taxes
578 Construction of field office 48.000 0
Building
579 alteration Modification 12.000 0
&renovation work in field
offices
580 Building Construction of building for 1000.000 0
department SDO,BDO and district level
officer
581 Renovation and repair of 50.000 0
existing building 2059
582 Bihar Rural CID(Biharsarif) 53.163 0
583 Livelihood CIF(Biharsarif) 126.311 0
584 Project CID(Harnaut) 695.962 0
585 (JIVIKA) CIF(Harnaut) 177.509 0
586 CID(Nagarnausa) 5.288 0
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 240.825 0
588 CID(Noorsarai) 40.979 0
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 123.890 0
590 CID(Rahui) 49.192 0
591 CIF(Rahui) 236.700 0
592 CID(Rajgir) 69.892 0
593 CIF(Rajgir) 117.455 0
594 CID(Sarmera) 50.700 0
595 CIF(Sarmera) 170.175 0
596 CID(DPCU) 26.000 0
597 Project Management exp. 41.942 0
Total 3813.582 0.000
Grand Total 161949.674 52,331.014

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CHAPTER VI
TRIBAL SUB PLAN (TSP): 2012-13

Introduction:
As per Census 2001, the Scheduled tribe population of the district is 970
constituting 0.01% of the total population of the district. Majority of the workers
in Scheduled tribes communities are agricultural labourers. Most of the
cultivators among the Scheduled tribes are marginal farmers, share croppers
and small farmers. Lack of awareness among the Scheduled tribes about their
civil rights and lack of desired economic development make these communities
vulnerable to social discrimination. A Central Act namely, the Scheduled Caste
and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. 1989 has been enacted for
prevention of atrocities on Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes. The people of
this community suffer from several economic disadvantages. They are counted
as socially, educationally and economically disadvantaged group of the society.
Spread of literacy and education among the scheduled tribes persons is another
positive indication of development. Besides the regulatory measures, beneficiary
oriented programs are being taken up necessary flow of benefits to this weaker

section of the district, for their socio‐economic development. The special

component plan for STs has been renamed as Tribal Sub‐plan.

Objectives:
The broad objectives of the TSP are as stated below:

Strategies:
The people of Scheduled tribe communities are relatively poor and substantial
part of this group of people is engaged in scavenging and unclean occupations.
The broad strategies for the coming fifth year plan under TSP are:

A sum of Rs. 0.550 lakhs has been proposed for 2012‐13 under TSP for Nalanda

district which accounts for 0.00034% of the district plan outlays from the state
budget.

SECTOR/SCHEME WISE REQUIREMENT OF FUNDS (PROPOSED OUTLAY ): 2012 - 13


Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Requirement of ST component from
No. Fund (Proposed Requirement of
Outlay) for 2012-13 funds proposed
outlay
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I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 96.000 0
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed 35.500 0
Programe
3 Macromode Scheme 0.000 0
4 a. Integrated cereal 2.000 0
Devlopment Programe
5 b. farm mechanization 125.600 0
6 c. Integrated Pest 10.300 0
management
7 National food security mission 80.600 0
(pulse)
8 National food security mission 112.200 0
(Rice)
9 National food security mission 120.400 0
(Wheat)
10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3534.000 0
11 tal & Diyara devlopment 40.400 0
scheme
12 kisan salahkar yogna 90.500 0
13 Promotion of organic farming 110.400 0
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed 140.600 0
pulses oilplam ?& maize
15 seed production on Govt. farm 12.000 0
16 Establishment & renovation of 548.820 0
Agriculture offices buildings
including E-Kisan Bhawan
17 Devlopment of ware housing & 0.000 0
storage
18 Intrest subsidy on Agriculture 0.000 0
Loan
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring 0.000 0
of vechicle
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan 0.000 0
yojna
Sub Total 5059.320 0.00
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0.000 0
22 Training of farmers (a) inter 6.600 0
state
23 (b) Within State 9.570 0
24 ( c) Within district 17.600 0
Demonstrations
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 12.400 0
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 41.089 0
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 5.280 0
28 (b) Within State 4.026 0
29 ( c) Within district 3.300 0
30 Mobilization of farmer 11.000 0
groups
(a) Capacity building, skill
development and support
services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving fund 2.500 0
32 Rewards and incentives Best 1.000 0
organized group representing

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different enterprises (5 groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0.000 0
Sub Total 114.365 0
II. Farm Information dissemination
34 District level exhibitions, kisan 4.000 0
melas, fruits/vegetables shows
no. of events
35 Number of leaflets made and 5.000 0
sitributed/number of
advertisements made
35 Number of technology 1.000 0
packages developed (CD)
Sub Total 10.000 0.000
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement,
validation and Adoption
36 Farmer Scientist interaction at 0.853 0
district
37 Organization of field days and 6.600 0
kisan gosthies
38 Assessment, frfinement, 1.000 0
validation and adoption of
frontline technologies and
other short term researchable
issues through KVKs and other
local reseearch centers. No, of
KVK involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like 0.000 0
institutions recurring
40 * Functionary support 18.348 0
41 *TA/DA 0.000 0
42 *Operational expenses for 12.000 0
district level
43 * operational expenses at 12.000 0
Block level
44 * Hiring of vehicles 3.000 0
45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0.000 0
46 *BTM 52.800 0
47 *Block level SMS 44.880 0
48 * Civil works and Refurbishing 0.000 0
of ATMA office
49 Establishment of Block level 0.000 0
FIACs ( Number)
50 Farm School 25.872 0
Sub Total 177.353 0.000
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES
DISTRICT LEVEL
51 support for district level 5.000 0
training institutions
52 Setting up CRS 0.000 0
53 It Center & Building 0.000 0
Sub Total 5.000 0
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE
ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district 11.000 0
componetnt
Total agriculture 5377.038 0.000

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56 Fisheri Producation and supply of 27.750 0
es quality fish and fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur 0.000 0
fisheries
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0.000 0
59 Strengthenin of fisheries 18.000 0
organization (fish feed
mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme 9.600 0
(crop insurance)
61 Training and Extension 35.000 0
62 Assistance to SC pisciculturists 1.750 0
(new tank)
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 50.000 0
64 Development of Inland 18.750 0
fisheries Aquaculture
65 Group insurance scheme for 0.000 0
fishermen
66 Housing for fishermen 0.000 0
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 18.000 0
Total 178.850 0
68 Anila Scheme of Veterinary service 498.000 0.000
Husban and Animal Health
dry
69 Scheme of Veterinary service 184.000 0.000
and Animal Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service 254.000 0.000
Production and grass land
development
71 Scheme of strenthening of 25.000 0.000
information and extention
72 Scheme of poultry 15.000 0.000
development in the state
73 Scheme of assistance to states 120.850 0.000
for control of animal disease
(ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by 7.660 0
production of milk,meat,egg
woll in state on the basis of
integrated simple survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of 30.000 0
direction and Administration
76 Establishment of cattle disease 45.000 0
diagnostic laboratory
77 Murgi Grame yojna 180.000 0
78 Rural poultry development 200.000 0
scheme
79 Cattle Development and 232.490 0
breeding Scheme
80 Scheme of establisment of 30.000 0
veterinary council
Total 1822.000 0.000
81 Horticult 1.Rennovation of horticulture 10.000 0
ure office
82 2. Establishment of horticulture 25.000 0
office in projeny bag

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83 3. Purchase of vehicle 7.000 0
84 4. Development of horticulture 0.000 0
(Road map programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of 7.500 0
veg. seed among farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 35.000 0
87 5.R.K.V.Y 0.000 0
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 6 174.000 0
block Nursery of 2 acre each,3
seed production farm of 20 ha.
And 1 projeny bag of 10 ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 3.000 0
90 (iii) Pump house 5.000 0
91 6. National horticulture Mission 250.000 0
92 7. Microirrigation 250.000 0
Total 766.500 0
93 Coopera Infrastruchral setup for 23.000 0
tive marketing under PACS
94 Godam Repairment 40.000 0
95 Goatry 105.000 0
96 Agri clinic 200.000 0
97 Composit unit 250.000 0
98 Margin Money 250.000 0
99 fund to education committee 129.000 0
100 Cold storage repairing 200.000 0
101 Cold storage repairing Badi 200.000 0
Pahadi
102 Central Consumer store, sale 100.000 0
center construction
103 Cooperative training center 200.000 0
Total 1697.000 0
104 Dairy DCS org & Stengthenirg of DCS 0.340 0
Develop
ment
105 Man Power development 0.000 0
(Training)
106 Study tour of farmers to 0.040 0
outside state
107 A.I Training out Side/inside 0.100 0
state
108 Dairg foarm management 0.025 0
Traing (in side state)
109 Awareness of farmers at 0.006 0
society level
110 DCS Secretary training 0.060 0
111 Deworming of Cattle 0.150 0
112 Fodder Demonstration 2.200 0
113 Construction of mill collecation 21.000 0
contract
114 Cattle inductorn 0.000 0
115 Laghu Dairy 40.500 0
116 Mini day 16.750 0
117 Midi dairy 11.000 0
118 Electronic milko tester 0.000 0
119 Commercial dairy 10.450 0

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120 Extension & advertisent 0.000 0
121 Milk yield competition 0.750 0
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0.500 0
123 Purchase of Vehicle 6.000 0
Total 109.871 0
124 Sugarca Seed purchase Subcidy 1.660 0.2
ne
Develop
ment
125 Transportation 0.249 0.3
126 Jal Karah 0.800 0
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.830 0.01
128 Wormiculture & organic 3.320 0.04
Furtilizer
129 Seminar 0.400 0
130 Advertising & Publication 2.000 0
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0.400 0
132 office Expenses 0.200 0
133 Direct amount 0.600 0
134 Training 0.080 0
Total 10.539 0.55
Total I 15327.836 0.550
II. Rural Development
135 DRDA Administration 120.000 0
136 DRDA Building 35.000 0
Rural Employment
137 SGSY 0.000 0
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 32750.000 0
Land Reforms
139 Updating of land record and 0.000 0
survey
140 land acquisition 0.000 0
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 0.000 0
142 Purchase of land for house siet 0.000 0
for homeless
143 Purchase of land for link road 0.000 0
Other Rural Development
144 MGNREGS Establisment 600.000 0
Housing (Including police housing)
145 Indira Awas Yojna 6693.750 0
146 Panchay Construction of Panchayat 2880.000 0
at Raj sarkar Bhavan
147 NABARD Skill development initiative on 3.200
beauty culture and tailoring &
embroidery
Total II 43081.950 0.00
III. Special Area Programme
148 BRGF 1834.000 0
149 Grant 13th Finace Commission 1333.000 0
under
proviso
to
Article
275(1)
Total III 3167.000 0

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IV. Irrigation & Flood Control
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to 80.000 0
punpun link channel from
kolhar to Dumri.
151 Restoration of Left Zamindari 550.000 0
bundh of Bhutahi River from
pritam bigha to Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa 160.000 0
River from Dhowa to Sugar
beg chak.
153 Bed clearance of Dardha 50.000 0
River.
154 Bed clearance of Sapahi 60.000 0
paeen from Murligadh to
Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen 280.000 0
and Zammindari bundh
from Amat to Kararua River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to 60.000 0
Bhutahi RIVER.
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to 25.000 0
Dardha River.
158 Restoration of Zamindari 120.000 0
bundh from Berthu to Kara-
rua River.
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha
of Donr River.
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 100.000 0
from Usmanpur to Badiha
of Sonr River.
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb
gha of Kakaria- Donr River.
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 30.000 0
from Kamta to Sultanpur
of Kakaria- Sonr River.
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha
of Nonai River.
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 30.000 0
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur
of Nonai River.
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 115.500 0
from Murgawan to Kushha
of Paimar River.
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 47.250 0
from Chakauribigha to Am-
ia Bigha of Paimar River.
167 Restoration of Zamindari 100.000 0
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi-
har Road to AJNAURA .
168 Restoration of Zamindari 40.000 0
bundh from Right of Muha-
ane River to Belsar.

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169 Restoration of Zamindari 30.000 0
bundh from Chakhazari
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road.
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 210.000 0
een from BhagwaAhar (Du-
mri) to Telmar.
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 120.750 0
from Pillich to Sonchari
of Paimar River.
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 200.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh from the bord-
er of Nalanda zilla to
BansBigha
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tetaria to Ranipur
of Muhane River.
174 Bed clearance of Seesa 60.000 0
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar
River.
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 36.000 0
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai
River.
176 Bed clearance and cons- 220.000 0
trction of structure in Dor
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh-
auna) to Barsianwan of
Bhtahi River.
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 168.000 0
hary Paeen from Rustam-
pur to Nonai via Aungari.
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 600.000 0
nala and restoration of
Zamindari Bundh from Sa-
thua to Jalwar River.
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 140.000 0
wain River from Mandach
to Korawan.
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 60.000 0
from Piroza to Chamdeha
Lodipur.
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 134.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura
Dhanwan.
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 180.000 0
Paeen up to Nagarnausa
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN
Paeen of Lokain River.
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 56.000 0
river from Naugadh to
Ashadhi.
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 145.000 0

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from Aungari to Dhurgawn
and Rasalpur Paeen.
185 Boulder Pitching work at 38.000 0
various locations of Muh-
ane river.
186 Boulder Pitching work at 200.000 0
various locations of Lokain
river.
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 200.000 0
Nala ( a dead course of
Falgu ) river and construct-
ion of structures.
188 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0
Tharthari (Siwan) chilka
and its irrigation system.
189 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0
Pendapur-Musadhi Karai
and its irrigation system.
190 Construction of WEIR at 600.000 0
Choki - Hurari in Karai
and its irrigation system.
191 Jalpath, Total Scheme regarding 5091.440 0
Biharsar Embankment and irrigation
if related schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 448.000 0
193 2- Failed tubewell 1278.000 0
Total IV 14302.940 0
V. Energy
194 Electrici Electricity(BSEB) 0.000 0
ty(BSEB
)
Non Conventional energy
195 Solar Lightfor House 0.000 0
196 Bio Gas 22.000 0
197 Street Light 11.200 0
Total V 33.200 0
VI. Industry & Minerals
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender establishmnt 60.000 0
199 Udyog vistar officer 20.000 0
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan 4.000 0
varg Bihar Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan 7.000 0
var Mirdag
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan var 10.000 0
Bihar Sharif
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho 5.000 0
Sarai
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 35.000 0
205 Prashichhan 10.800 0
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka 50.000 0
Vikash
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan 2.000 0
marmati
208 Alap kalin prashichhan 1.000 0
karykram

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209 Khadi Capre par anudan khadi 10.000 0
sector ke antargat prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 3.000 0
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 1.500 0
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv 25.000 0
residence
213 audogik kampen seminar Con 3.000 0
salti
214 Publicity and Publication 2.000 0
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke 5.600 0
antargat vikash 35 % anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat 500.000 0
anudan
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan 2.000 0
kachh ka sajadi chair table
udhmita prashichhan
Total VI 756.900 0
VII. Transport Civil Aviation
218 RWD MMGSY 987.700 0.00
BIHAR
219 RWD 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 37.290 0.00
BIHAR
220 RWD 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 250.000 0.00
BIHAR
221 Transpo Nirman jila pariwahan 0.700 0.00
rt office kariyalay ke computer class me
S.C ka adhisthapan
222 Nirman jila pariwahan 4.000 0.00
kariyalay ke dhwanirhit
generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan 2.300 0.00
kariyalay me upskaro ki
khridagi
RWD MMGSY
224 2008-09 0.000 0
225 2010-11 487.000 0
226 2011-12 927.000 0
227 2012-13 1200.000 0
PMGSY
228 2008-09 145.000 0
SPECIAL COMPONENT
229 2010-11 397.560 0
230 2011-12 800.000 0
Total VII. 5238.550 0
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment
231 Building for E-governance 50.000 0
Centre
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 10.000 0
233 Computer System 7.500 0
234 server 4.000 0
235 Printer 3.000 0
236 Scanner 2.000 0
237 External hard disk 0.200 0
238 Computer Table 1.250 0

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239 Printer Table 0.100 0
240 Cabling Cost 1.000 0
241 Book Shelvas 0.500 0
242 Godrej Almera 0.500 0
243 Projector 0.500 0
244 Projector Screen 0.200 0
245 Laptop 1.200 0
246 Generator 30 KVA 5.000 0
247 Centralised UPS 5.000 0
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0.500 0
249 Audio/Video Camera for Video 2.000 0
Conferencing
250 Centralised A.C. 10.000 0
251 Mike System for Conference 1.000 0
room
252 Expenditure on unschduled 4.000 0
items (Electericty, Wiring and
Lighting System
253 Books for Library 2.000 0
Total 111.450 0
Forestry & Wildlife
254 State Plan 0.000 0
255 Rehabilation of Degraded 0.000 0
Forests
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan 3.000 0
Yojana
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 11.854 0
258 Nahar Tat farm 1.290 0
259 Path tat Plantation 84.000 0
260 Backward Region Grant 0.000 0
Fund (BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 25.920 0
262 Pollution Control Board 0.000 0
263 Development of Sanjay Gandhi 0.000 0
Biological Part (50 :50)
TOTAL 126.064 0
Total VIII 237.514 0
IX. General Economic Services
264 Planning Construction of the building for 0.000 0
District Planning Office
265 RSVY 0.000 0
266 MNRegion Development fund 0.000 0
267 Mukhma Mukhmantri nagar vikash 800.000 0
ntri yojana
nagar
vikash
yojana
268 Touris 0.000 0
m
269 Statistic Civil Regist. 69.750 0
s
270 Raingauge 4.000 0
271 Training 12.000 0
272 Computer data entry 2.000 0
273 Publication 2.000 0

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274 Library 1.000 0
275 Statistics day 1.000 0
276 Vichel out Sources 36.000 0
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 11.000 0
Total IX 938.750 0
X. Social Service
278 (A) Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 1470.000 0
279 Rural School Toilets 175.000 0
280 Sanitati Anganvadi Toilets 8.000 0
281 on ( IEC 50.000 0
Total
Sanitati
on
Campai
gn)
282 Administrative charges 25.000 0
283 Community sanitary complexes 125.000 0
284 Solid and Liquid waste 25.000 0
management
285 (B) Lohiya Swachta yojna 1120.000 0
Lohiya
swachta
yojana
286 Total 2998.000 0
287 Water 1. Mini water supply shceme 1130.000 0
supply Floiride (Solar)
&
sanitati
on
288 (A) 2.Mini water supply shceme 314.400 0
Rural drought (solar)
water
supply
289 3. Mini water supply shceme 266.400 0
electric
290 4. Urban water supply scheme 1020.000 0
291 5. Construction of T/W for 300.600 0
coverage of NC/PC habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in 207.600 0
Anganbari
293 7. Construction of T/w in 28.080 0
NC/PC quality affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 108.000 0
295 8. Rural piped water supply 12.800 0
scheme & making function
defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and 128.160 0
recharging
297 10. Ground water recharging & 675.000 0
rain water harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube 180.000 0
well sustainable,
weels/santinized wells, SM and
SR
Total 4371.040 0
299 BC 2328.000 0

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300 SC 9083.000 0

301 Samaj IGNOAPS 2624.000 0


302 kalyan IGNWPS 322.800 0
303 Vibhag, LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 744.000 0
304 samajik RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 432.000 0
305 suraksh IG.DISABLE PENSION 28.800 0
306 a STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.280 0
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 55.000 0
308 NFBS 155.000 0
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH 30.000 0
YOGENA
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 50.000 0
Total 15887.880 0
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 15.000 0
312 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 198.000 0
313 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 4700.000 0
314 2235 Data Opretor 0.918 0
315 2235 Prashichhan 38.000 0
316 2235 Bachcho ka poshak 265.500 0
317 2235 Medicin 15.930 0
318 2235 Bal vikash pariyojana 1081.000 0
319 2236 Paoshahar 3312.255 0
320 2235 Data Opretor 18.358 0
321 2235 Atirikat & upkaran vinni kendra 115.950 0
upkaran
322 2235 Flaxi Fund 26.550 0
323 2235 Aaganwari kender bhawan 466.000 0
324 2235 Vikash Office 10.000 0
Total 10263.460 0
325 Labour Organisation of training camps 0.812 0
for the workers of rural and
unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & 0.900 0
Rehabilitation of child labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child 0.000 0
labour commission
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation 1.000 0
Programme
329 Inter – State Migrant labour 8.000 0
plan.
330 Strengthening of Enforcement 0.000 0
machinery.
331 House Building plan for the Bidi 20.000 0
workers
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0.000 0
Total 30.712 0
General Education
333 a) Elementry & Adult Education
334 Workshop and seminar for 0.000 0
Development of Text Book,
Curriculum, Supplementary
books and publication of
journal, magazine, research
paper and other Teaching

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Learning Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar Anchal 0.000 0
Yojana
336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak 476.000 0
Yojana (6 years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak 570.000 0
Yojana(9-12 years)
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana 1235.000 0
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle 602.500 0
Yojana
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle 662.500 0
Yojana
341 Second Construction of Additional 1360.000 0
ary Classrooms/Up gradation of
Educati Govt. & Nationalised high
on Schools and Adarsh Vidyalaya
342 Construction of Sainik School 0.000 0
Building
343 Construction of Educationa 0.000 0
Building at Commisinay
Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential 0.000 0
Schools
345 Training and Orientation 2.000 0
programme for Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.600 0
347 Strengthening of Vocational 1.500 0
Education
348 Grant to Society of secondary 27.200 0
education
349 Monitoring of Schemes of 6.800 0
Secondary Education
350 Grant to Library 15.000 0
351 Bihar Solar Lamps in Elementry 474.980 0
Educati school
on
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 145.503 0
353 Separate boys Toilet 145.503 0
354 Hand Pump 60.900 0
355 Health cards for routine check 54.685 0
up
356 Boundrywall in Elementry 952.500 0
school
357 permanent residential School 800.000 0
for visually impaired/mentally
impaired 50 children to provide
elementry education at each
block
358 Benches/desk set in middle 966.540 0
school
359 zila shiksha bhawan 3200.000 0
Total 11772.710 0
360 Mid day Conversion cost (I-V) 2606.870 0.000
meal
scheme

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361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1454.520 0
362 Grain cost 409.146 0
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 630.960 0
364 Transpotion 69.630 0
365 Kitchen shade 233.600 0
366 Kitchen device 218.500 0
367 MME
368 R.P honararuim 26.400 0
369 Vehicle 1.000 0
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1.200 0
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.800 0
372 Travelling Allowance 0.720 0
373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.600 0
374 Office Rent 0.960 0
375 Distric Coordinator Honararuim 18.000 0
376 Accountant-cum-data entry 14.400 0
honararuim
377 Online entry of monthly report 2.622 0
378 Board construction 0.000 0
379 Thali 218.500 0
380 Steel glass 87.400 0
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 250.350 0
382 Requirment of District level 0.000 0
office
383 Establishment of MDM own 20.000 0
building
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 5.000 0
almira etc.)
385 Clerk at dist. Level 3.600 0
386 peon at dist. Level 1.200 0
387 Computer Operator 1.920 0
388 Computer with printer 0.500 0
389 Requirment of Block level
390 office rent for Block level 0.720 0
391 Computer for block level office 10.000 0
392 Computer Operator 19.200 0
393 Peon at block level 12.000 0
394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej 4.000 0
almira etc.)
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 3.600 0
Total 6327.918 0.000
MATERNAL HEALTH
396 Monitor Progress and Quality of 0.575 0.00
Service Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs (Mch 5.750 0.00
Center- Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres 1.150 0.00
(MCH Center-Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH 4.928 0.00
Services
400 Monthly Village Health and 14.458 0.00
Nutrition Days
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana /
JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.662 0.00

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403 Institutional Deliveries
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 1050.282 0.00
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 6.325 0.00
406 Institutional Deliveries-C- 3.924 0.00
Sections
407 Administrative Expenses 9.547 0.00
408 Maternal Death Review 1.561 0.00

409 CHILD HEALTH


410 Implementation of IMNCI 0.575 0.00
Activities in Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn 8.913 0.00
Care/FBNC (Operationalise 40
NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI 42.942 0.00
and Micronutrient Malnutrition
( Nutritional Rehabilitation
Centres)
413 FAMILY PLANNING

414 Dissemination of Manuals on 0.230 0.00


Sterilisation Standards & QA of
Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 83.266 0.00
416 NSV Camps 0.403 0.00
417 Compensation for Female 128.651 0.00
Sterilisation
418 Compensation for Male 6.469 0.00
Sterilisation (Compensation for
NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private 64.601 0.00
Providers for Sterilisation
Services
420 Spacing Methods

421 POL for Family Planning (for 4.639 0.00


District Level + State Level
Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at Health 1.058 0.00
Facility (IUD Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT
REPRODUCTIVE AND
SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme 0.00


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other PNDT 1.150 0.00
Activities (Monitoring of Sex
Ratio at Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, 568.671 0.00
Supervisory Nurses (Salary
of Contractual ANM/
Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in 4.140 0.00
Blood Banks)
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / 4.830 0.00
PHCs (Salary of MOs in Blood
Banks)

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429 Others - FP Counsellors 4.140 0.00
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, 55.867 0.00
ANMs Etc. (Muskaan
Programme-Incentive to ASHA
and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training 2.300 0.00
Institutions
(Repair/renovation of
Training Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 7.544 0.00
434 MTP Training 1.408 0.00

435 Other MH Training (Any 2.645 0.00


Integrated Training, Etc.)-
Training of MOs and
Paramedics at Sub-District
Level (Convergence with
BSACS)
436 Child Health Training
437 IMNCI 72.904 0.00
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.650 0.00
439 Family Planning Training 0.000 0.00
440 Minilap Training 0.808 0.00
441 NSV Training 1.559 0.00
442 IUD Insertion Training 0.000 0.00
443 Training of Medical Officers in 0.636 0.00
IUD Insertion
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN in 1.015 0.00
IUD Insertion
445 Program Management 0.920 0.00
Training-DPMU
446 Community Visit for Students & 0.575 0.00
Teachers
447 Strengthening of SHS/
SPMU (Including HR,
Management Cost, Mobility
Support, Field Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District 2.070 0.00
Malaria Office)
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU 22.976 0.00
Recruited and in Position
450 Provision of 12.325 0.00
Equipment/furniture and
Mobility Support for DPMU
Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 222.318 0.00
452 Strengthening (Others) 0.000 0.00
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.093 0.00
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.259 0.00
455 Management Unit at FRU ( 11.213 0.00
Hospital Manager & FRU
Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the 0.828 0.00
Programme (Statutory
Audit)

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457 Concurrent Audit (State & 0.276 0.00
District)
458
459 ASHA
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA 42.669 0.00
Mentoring Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 125.743 0.00
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit 42.133 0.00
& Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs 37.393 0.00
(TA/DA for ASHA Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to 0.460 0.00
ASHAs at District Level
465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.550 0.00
466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.150 0.00

467 Untied Fund for PHCs 6.754 0.00


468 Untied Fund for APHC 20.125 0.00
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 54.510 0.00
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 125.925 0.00
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance 1.500 0.00
Grants
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance 4.500 0.00
Grants
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance 15.000 0.00
Grants
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance 7.500 0.00
Grants
475 Sub Centres-Annual 21.000 0.00
Maintenance Grants
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up
Gradation of CHCs, PHCs,
Dist. Hospitals to IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water 6.342 0.00
System in 25 SDH, 10 RH and
150 PHC
478 Sub Centre Rent and 18.977 0.00
Contingencies
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 139.627 0.00
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain 9.879 0.00
(Refurbishment of Existing
Cold Chain Room for District
Stores and Earthing and Wiring
of Existing Cold Chain Rooms
in All PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 3.232 0.00
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS

483 District Hospitals 10.748 0.00

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.600 0.00

485 PHCs - RKS 23.000 0.00


486 Other (APHC) 49.450 0.00
487 District Action Plans 11.063 0.00

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(Including Block, Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative 0.000 0.00


489 Constitution and Orientation of 4.295 0.00
Community Leader & of
VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, 1.896 0.00
Trainings and Capacity Building
of PRI at State/Dist. Health
Societies, CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH- 111.608 0.00
Medical Officers at DH/CHCs/
PHCs (Only AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC 9.396 0.00
Bureaus (State and District
Levels)
493 Health Mela 0.046 0.00
494 Mobile Medical Units
(Including Recurring
Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units (Including 48.438 0.00


Recurring Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving 35.880 0.00
Ambulance (Call 108)
497 Referral Transport in Districts 15.249 0.00
498 Outsourcing of Pathology 26.069 0.00
and Radiology Services
From PHCs to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste Management) 23.000 0.00
500 Innovations 0.000 0.00

501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of 3.114 0.00


Public and Private Sector for
Providing Safe Abortion
Services
502 Monitoring & 29.210 0.00
Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS (
District , Block & Divisional
Data Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and 0.000 0.00
E-Governance, E-Health
(MCTS, RI Monitoring,
CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 5.520 0.00
505 RI Monitoring 1.495 0.00
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up- 0.046 0.00
Gradation and Maintenance of
Web Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive 3.887 0.00
Supervision and Data
Validation
508 Procurement of Equipment: 30.019 0.00
MH (Labour Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment : 12.242 0.00
CH (SCNU- NBCC)
510 Procurement of Equipm:Minilap 3.450 0.00

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Set (FP)
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.063 0.00
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) 0.173 0.00
(PHC Level)
513 Dental Chair Procurement 15.616 0.00
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 0.288 0.00
(Running Blood Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and
Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) 5.750 0.00
As Therapeutic Measure to
Pregnant Women with Severe
Anaemia
517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & 19.140 0.00
Lactating Mothers
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets 23.827 0.00
and Syrup for Children (6 -59
Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 17.112 0.00
520 General Drugs & Supplies for 143.366 0.00
Health Facilities
521 Support Strengthening RNTCP 2.070 0.00
522 Other Expenditures (Power
Backup, Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to 0.861 0.00
BSNL
524 Routine Immunisation & PP
525 Routine Immunisation 72.018 0.00
526 PPI Operation Cost 262.532 0.00
Total 4160.532 0.00
527 Nagar Nali/Nala 3000.000 0.00
Nigam
Bihar
sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 4000.000 0.00
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3600.000 0.00
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & Path 5729.200 0.00
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye 250.000 0.00
Aavas/Chhatravas
532 B.R.G.F 400.000 0.00
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 300.000 0.00
yojanaantergat/Mahila
Shshkitkarn anudan &
Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 200.000 0.00
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & Bhawan 440.000 0.00
Nirman (office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 500.000 0.00
Sports
and
Youth
Service
s
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0.000 0
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas 300.000 0

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Yojana
539 Construction of new stadiums 500.000 0
540 Renovation and Maintenance 0.000 0
of existing stadiums and
physical college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and Krida 18.000 0
Abhiyan (PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 2.000 0
Total 19239.200 0
XI. General Services
Jails
543 Fortification of main gate and 15.000 0
sentry post
544 Recreational & yoga shade for 20.000 0
prisoners
545 Library room for prisoners 10.000 0
546 Modernization of jail office 5.000 0
547 2 Barracks for warders/home 30.000 0
guards
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 60.000 0
6x10=60
549 2 toilets for office 6.000 0
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 10.000 0
551 one kitchen with gas cooking 3.000 0
system
552 concrete path ways inside the 20.000 0
jail 700 feet
553 concrete approach road for 30.000 0
staff quarter 1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female 6.000 0
prisoners
555 1 kitchen for female ward 15.000 0
556 1 Room for cretch centre 10.000 0
557 Vehicle for jail 8.000 0
558 Boundary wall of jail campus 50.000 0
and gate
559 Repairing and Beautification in 10.000 0
the jail
560 Food distribution shade for 20.000 0
prisoners
561 Patrolling path of concrete road 10.000 0
(4 feet) from inside the main
wall.
562 Patrolling path fo concrete road 20.000 0
(8 feet) from outside the main
wall
563 Water tower and tap water 80.000 0
supply system to prisoners
and staff
564 Flood light 2.000 0
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 15.000 0
566 10 computer set for prisoners 5.000 0
training
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. 2.500 0
for jail hospital
568 Opthalemo scope 0.150 0

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569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0.250 0
570 One volleyball court for 0.300 0
prisoners
571 One volleyball court for staff 0.300 0
572 Video conferencing room 1.000 0
573 Television set for prisoners 2.600 0
wards
574 8 line interoom 0.500 0
575 one 4" boring and pump for jail 8.000 0
576 Central watch room 2.000 0
577 Commer Boundary Wall 0.000 0
cial
Taxes
578 Construction of field office 48.000 0
Building
579 alteration Modification 12.000 0
&renovation work in field
offices
580 Building Construction of building for 1000.000 0
departm SDO,BDO and district level
ent officer
581 Renovation and repair of 50.000 0
existing building 2059
582 Bihar CID(Biharsarif) 53.163 0
583 Rural CIF(Biharsarif) 126.311 0
584 Liveliho CID(Harnaut) 695.962 0
585 od CIF(Harnaut) 177.509 0
586 Project CID(Nagarnausa) 5.288 0
(JIVIKA)
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 240.825 0
588 CID(Noorsarai) 40.979 0
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 123.890 0
590 CID(Rahui) 49.192 0
591 CIF(Rahui) 236.700 0
592 CID(Rajgir) 69.892 0
593 CIF(Rajgir) 117.455 0
594 CID(Sarmera) 50.700 0
595 CIF(Sarmera) 170.175 0
596 CID(DPCU) 26.000 0
597 Project Management exp. 41.942 0
Total 3813.582 0.000
Grand Total 161949.674 0.550

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CHAPTER VII
Women Component of District Annual Plan: 2012-13

Introduction:
As per census 2011, the women population of the district is 1376946constituting
around 48% of the total population of the district. Majority of the rural women
are agricultural labourers. The female literacy rate is meagre 38.6 compared to
their male counterparts as 66.4%. This shows the gender gap of 27.8
percentage point. Compared to the district literacy rate which is 53.2, the female
literacy is lacking 14.6 percentage points. Lack of awareness among women
about their civil rights and lack of desired economic development make this
community vulnerable to social discrimination. The people of this community
suffer from several economic disadvantages. They are counted as socially,
educationally and economically disadvantaged group of the society. Spread of
literacy and education among women is another positive indication of
development. Besides the regulatory measures, beneficiary oriented programs
are being taken up necessary flow of benefits to this weaker section of the

district, for their socio‐economic development.

Objectives:

To cater the most vulnerable community across all society, which constitute
almost half of district population.

Strategies:

A sum of Rs. 54645.366 lakhs has been proposed for 2012‐13 under women

component for Nalanda district which accounts for around 34% of the district
plan outlays from the state budget.

SECTOR/SCHEME WISE REQUIREMENT OF FUNDS (PROPOSED OUTLAY ): 2012 - 13


Sl. Sectors Name of Scheme Requirement of Flow of Gender
No. Fund (Proposed sub plan from
Outlay) for proposed outlay
2012-13
1 2 3 4 5
I. Agriculture and Allied Activities
1 Seed Production Programe 96.000 31.68
2 Chief Minister Crash Seed Programe 35.500 11.72
3 Macromode Scheme 0.000 0
4 a. Integrated cereal Devlopment 2.000 0.66
Programe
5 b. farm mechanization 125.600 41.448

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6 c. Integrated Pest management 10.300 3.399
7 National food security mission 80.600 26.598
(pulse)
8 National food security mission (Rice) 112.200 37.026
9 National food security mission 120.400 39.732
(Wheat)
10 Raatriya Krishi vikash yojna 3534.000 1166.22
11 tal & Diyara devlopment scheme 40.400 13.332
12 kisan salahkar yogna 90.500 29.865
13 Promotion of organic farming 110.400 36.432
14 Integrated scheme for oilseed 140.600 46.398
pulses oilplam ?& maize
15 seed production on Govt. farm 12.000 3.96
16 Establishment & renovation of 548.820 0
Agriculture offices buildings
including E-Kisan Bhawan
17 Devlopment of ware housing & 0.000 0
storage
18 Intrest subsidy on Agriculture Loan 0.000 0
19 Purchase Maintenance/Hiring of 0.000 0
vechicle
20 Rajya power tiller protsahan yojna 0.000 0
Sub Total 5059.320 1488.47
ATMA I. Farmer oriented Activity
21 Developing SREPs (Numbers) 0.000 0
22 Training of farmers (a) inter state 6.600 2.180
23 (b) Within State 9.570 3.160
24 ( c) Within district 17.600 5.810
Demonstrations
25 (a) Agriculture (Nos.) 12.400 4.090
26 (b) Allied Sectors (Nos.) 41.089 13.560
27 Exposure Visit (a) Inter State 5.280 1.740
28 (b) Within State 4.026 1.330
29 ( c) Within district 3.300 1.090
30 Mobilization of farmer groups 11.000 3.630
(a) Capacity building, skill
development and support services
31 (b) seed Money/revolving fund 2.500 0.830
32 Rewards and incentives Best 1.000 0.33
organized group representing
different enterprises (5 groups)
33 Farmer Awards (Numbers) 0.000 0
Sub Total 114.365 37.750
II. Farm Information dissemination
34 District level exhibitions, kisan 4.000 1.320
melas, fruits/vegetables shows no.
of events
35 Number of leaflets made and 5.000 1.650
sitributed/number of
advertisements made
35 Number of technology packages 1.000 0.330
developed (CD)
Sub Total 10.000 3.300
III. Agricultural Technolog Refinement, validation
and Adoption
36 Farmer Scientist interaction at 0.853 0.28
district
37 Organization of field days and kisan 6.600 2.18
gosthies
38 Assessment, frfinement, validation 1.000 0.33
and adoption of frontline
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researchable issues through KVKs
and other local reseearch centers.
No, of KVK involved
39 Estabishment of ATMA like 0.000 0
institutions recurring
40 * Functionary support 18.348 6.05
41 *TA/DA 0.000 0
42 *Operational expenses for district 12.000 3.96
level
43 * operational expenses at Block 12.000 3.96
level
44 * Hiring of vehicles 3.000 0.99
45 Non Recurring * Equipment 0.000 0
46 *BTM 52.800 17.42
47 *Block level SMS 44.880 14.81
48 * Civil works and Refurbishing of 0.000 0
ATMA office
49 Establishment of Block level FIACs ( 0.000 0
Number)
50 Farm School 25.872 8.54
Sub Total 177.353 58.520
INNOVATIVE ACTIVITIES
DISTRICT LEVEL
51 support for district level training 5.000 1.65
institutions
52 Setting up CRS 0.000 0
53 It Center & Building 0.000 0
Sub Total 5.000 1.650
54 OTHER INNOVATIVE ACTIVITES
55 Innovative acativities district 11.000 3.63
componetnt
Total agriculture 5377.038 1593.315
56 Fisheries Producation and supply of quality 27.750 2.75
fish and fish seed
57 Development of Maun/chaur 0.000 0
fisheries
58 Fisheries Research Scheme 0.000 0
59 Strengthenin of fisheries 18.000 0
organization (fish feed
mill/hatchery)
60 Fisheries Extension scheme (crop 9.600 0.9
insurance)
61 Training and Extension 35.000 0
62 Assistance to SC pisciculturists (new 1.750 0
tank)
63 fisheries Marketing scheme 50.000 0
64 Development of Inland fisheries 18.750 1
Aquaculture
65 Group insurance scheme for 0.000 0
fishermen
66 Housing for fishermen 0.000 0
67 RKVY (peellet feed) 18.000 1.1
Total 178.850 5.75
68 Anila Scheme of Veterinary service and 498.000 24.000
Husbandry Animal Health
69 Scheme of Veterinary service and 184.000 5.000
Animal Health (RKVY)
70 Scheme of Veterinary Service 254.000 64.000
Production and grass land
development
71 Scheme of strenthening of 25.000 7
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72 Scheme of poultry development in 15.000 0
the state
73 Scheme of assistance to states for 120.850 30.210
control of animal disease (ASCAD)
74 Scheme of estimation by production 7.660 0
of milk,meat,egg woll in state on
the basis of integrated simple
survey
75 Scheme of strenthenine of direction 30.000 0
and Administration
76 Establishment of cattle disease 45.000 0
diagnostic laboratory
77 Murgi Grame yojna 180.000 72
78 Rural poultry development scheme 200.000 80
79 Cattle Development and breeding 232.490 23
Scheme
80 Scheme of establisment of 30.000 0
veterinary council
Total 1822.000 305.210
81 Horticultur 1.Rennovation of horticulture office 10.000 0
e
82 2. Establishment of horticulture 25.000 0
office in projeny bag
83 3. Purchase of vehicle 7.000 0
84 4. Development of horticulture 0.000 0
(Road map programme)
85 (i) Distribution of minikit of veg. 7.500 2.25
seed among farmers
86 (ii) Cultivation of beetal vine 35.000 10.5
87 5.R.K.V.Y 0.000 0
88 (i) Fencing with brick wall of 6 block 174.000 0
Nursery of 2 acre each,3 seed
production farm of 20 ha. And 1
projeny bag of 10 ha.
89 (ii) Source of Irrigation 3.000 0
90 (iii) Pump house 5.000 0
91 6. National horticulture Mission 250.000 75
92 7. Microirrigation 250.000 165
Total 766.500 252.75
93 Cooperativ Infrastruchral setup for marketing 23.000 0
e under PACS
94 Godam Repairment 40.000 0
95 Goatry 105.000 0
96 Agri clinic 200.000 0
97 Composit unit 250.000 0
98 Margin Money 250.000 0
99 fund to education committee 129.000 0
100 Cold storage repairing 200.000 0
101 Cold storage repairing Badi Pahadi 200.000 0
102 Central Consumer store, sale center 100.000 0
construction
103 Cooperative training center 200.000 0
Total 1697.000 0
104 Dairy DCS org & Stengthenirg of DCS 0.340 0.34
Develop
ment
105 Man Power development (Training) 0.000 0
106 Study tour of farmers to outside 0.040 0.48
state
107 A.I Training out Side/inside state 0.100 0.2
108 Dairg foarm management Traing (in 0.025 0.5
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109 Awareness of farmers at society 0.006 0.18
level
110 DCS Secretary training 0.060 0.06
111 Deworming of Cattle 0.150 0
112 Fodder Demonstration 2.200 0
113 Construction of mill collecation 21.000 0
contract
114 Cattle inductorn 0.000 0
115 Laghu Dairy 40.500 2.7
116 Mini day 16.750 1.34
117 Midi dairy 11.000 0
118 Electronic milko tester 0.000 0
119 Commercial dairy 10.450 0
120 Extension & advertisent 0.000 0
121 Milk yield competition 0.750 0
122 Local Mela & Semirar 0.500 0
123 Purchase of Vehicle 6.000 0
Total 109.871 5.8
124 Sugarcane Seed purchase Subcidy 1.660 0
Developme
nt
125 Transportation 0.249
126 Jal Karah 0.800
127 Seed & Soil Treatment 0.830
128 Wormiculture & organic Furtilizer 3.320
129 Seminar 0.400
130 Advertising & Publication 2.000
131 Basic Seed Nursery 0.400
132 office Expenses 0.200
133 Direct amount 0.600
134 Training 0.080
Total 10.539
Total I 15327.836 3752.510
II. Rural Development
135 DRDA Administration 120.000 0
136 DRDA Building 35.000 0
Rural Employment
137 SGSY 0.000 0
138 MGNREGA/MGNREGA Building 32750.000 10480
Land Reforms
139 Updating of land record and survey 0.000 0
140 land acquisition 0.000 0
141 Mahadalit Vikas Yojna 0.000 150
142 Purchase of land for house siet for 0.000 0
homeless
143 Purchase of land for link road 0.000 0
Other Rural Development
144 MGNREGS Establisment 600.000 0
Housing (Including police housing)
145 Indira Awas Yojna 6693.750 6693.75
146 Panchayat Construction of Panchayat sarkar 2880.000 0
Raj Bhavan
147 NABARD Skill development initiative on 3.200 2.2
beauty culture and tailoring &
embroidery
Total II 43081.950 17325.95
III. Special Area Programme
148 BRGF 1834.000 0
149 Grant 13th Finace Commission 1333.000 1333
under
proviso to

150
Article
275(1)
Total III 3167.000 1333
IV. Irrigation & Flood Control
150 Bed clearance of Dhowa to punpun 80.000 0
link channel from kolhar to Dumri.
151 Restoration of Left Zamindari 550.000 0
bundh of Bhutahi River from
pritam bigha to Khalimchak
152 Bed clearance of Dhowa River 160.000 0
from Dhowa to Sugar beg chak.
153 Bed clearance of Dardha River. 50.000 0
154 Bed clearance of Sapahi paeen 60.000 0
from Murligadh to Lokain river.
155 Bed clearance of Paeen and 280.000 0
Zammindari bundh from Amat to
Kararua River
156 Link Channel of Kararua to 60.000 0
Bhutahi RIVER.
157 Link CHANNEL of Kararua to 25.000 0
Dardha River.
158 Restoration of Zamindari 120.000 0
bundh from Berthu to Kara-
rua River.
159 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tilhipar to Bhatbigha
of Donr River.
160 Bed clearance of Paeen 100.000 0
from Usmanpur to Badiha
of Sonr River.
161 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Bhokhlapar to Gajinb
gha of Kakaria- Donr River.
162 Bed clearance of Paeen 30.000 0
from Kamta to Sultanpur
of Kakaria- Sonr River.
163 Bed clearance of Paeen 40.000 0
from Kurtha to TekkaBigha
of Nonai River.
164 Bed clearance of Paeen from 30.000 0
Yashwantpur to Usmanpur
of Nonai River.
165 Bed clearance of Paeen 115.500 0
from Murgawan to Kushha
of Paimar River.
166 Bed clearance of Paeen 47.250 0
from Chakauribigha to Am-
ia Bigha of Paimar River.
167 Restoration of Zamindari 100.000 0
bundh from Parwalpur-Bi-
har Road to AJNAURA .
168 Restoration of Zamindari 40.000 0
bundh from Right of Muha-
ane River to Belsar.
169 Restoration of Zamindari 30.000 0
bundh from Chakhazari
to Hilsa-Noorsarai Road.
170 Bed clearance of Baha Pa- 210.000 0
een from BhagwaAhar (Du-
mri) to Telmar.
171 Bed clearance of Paeen 120.750 0

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from Pillich to Sonchari
of Paimar River.
172 Bed clearance of Nonai 200.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh from the bord-
er of Nalanda zilla to
BansBigha
173 Bed clearance of Paeen 80.000 0
from Tetaria to Ranipur
of Muhane River.
174 Bed clearance of Seesa 60.000 0
Paeen and Ahar of Paimar
River.
175 Bed clearance of Dattubi- 36.000 0
gha Oap Paeen of Nonai
River.
176 Bed clearance and cons- 220.000 0
trction of structure in Dor
Nala from Bajitpur (Badh-
auna) to Barsianwan of
Bhtahi River.
177 Bed clearance of Choud- 168.000 0
hary Paeen from Rustam-
pur to Nonai via Aungari.
178 Bed clearance of Bagahi 600.000 0
nala and restoration of
Zamindari Bundh from Sa-
thua to Jalwar River.
179 Bed clearance of Mahat- 140.000 0
wain River from Mandach
to Korawan.
180 Bed clearance of Paeen 60.000 0
from Piroza to Chamdeha
Lodipur.
181 Bed clearance of Paeen 134.000 0
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Sheikhpura
Dhanwan.
182 Bed clearance of Hassan 180.000 0
Paeen up to Nagarnausa
and restoration of Zamin-
dari Bundh of Left HASSAN
Paeen of Lokain River.
183 Bed clearance of Zulchain 56.000 0
river from Naugadh to
Ashadhi.
184 Bed clearance of Paeen 145.000 0
from Aungari to Dhurgawn
and Rasalpur Paeen.
185 Boulder Pitching work at 38.000 0
various locations of Muh-
ane river.
186 Boulder Pitching work at 200.000 0
various locations of Lokain
river.
187 Bed clearance of Garabhi 200.000 0
Nala ( a dead course of
Falgu ) river and construct-
ion of structures.
188 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0

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Tharthari (Siwan) chilka
and its irrigation system.
189 Construction of WEIR at 1000.000 0
Pendapur-Musadhi Karai
and its irrigation system.
190 Construction of WEIR at 600.000 0
Choki - Hurari in Karai
and its irrigation system.
191 Jalpath,Bih Total Scheme regarding 5091.440 0
arsarif Embankment and irrigation related
schemes
192 NALKUP 1- Joint fault tubewell 448.000 134.4
193 2- Failed tubewell 1278.000 383.4
Total IV 14302.940 517.8
V. Energy
194 Electricity( Electricity(BSEB) 0.000 0
BSEB)
Non Conventional energy
195 Solar Lightfor House 0.000 0
196 Bio Gas 22.000 0
197 Street Light 11.200 0
Total V 33.200 0
VI. Industry & Minerals
198 Udyog Jila udyog kender establishmnt 60.000 0
199 Udyog vistar officer 20.000 0
200 Rangae-chhpae anu shichhan varg 4.000 0
Bihar Sharif
201 Kasat khilauna anu shichhan var 7.000 3
Mirdag
202 Vidhut lekhan anu shichhan var 10.000 0
Bihar Sharif
203 Adhar Samajik Vidhlay Sho Sarai 5.000 0
204 Bunkar Prashichhan Bhinagar 35.000 0
205 Prashichhan 10.800 10.8
206 S S I K Antargat cluster ka Vikash 50.000 0
207 Jila udyog kender ke mkan marmati 2.000 0
208 Alap kalin prashichhan karykram 1.000 0
209 Khadi Capre par anudan khadi 10.000 0
sector ke antargat prashichhan
210 Cycle ki aapurti 3.000 0
211 MO.V.D.T of D.D.O Textaiel 1.500 0
212 Hast kargha Barkas se 3 vv 25.000 0
residence
213 audogik kampen seminar Con salti 3.000 0
214 Publicity and Publication 2.000 0
215 Khady pra sanskaran ke antargat 5.600 0
vikash 35 % anudan
216 Rojgar parak yojna antergat anudan 500.000 0
217 Udmitta vikash prashichhan kachh 2.000 0
ka sajadi chair table udhmita
prashichhan
Total VI 756.900 13.8
VII. Transport Civil Aviation
218 RWD MMGSY 987.700 0.00
BIHAR
219 RWD 4514 vishesh angibhut yojna 37.290 0.00
BIHAR
220 RWD 3054 marmmati (Road & Pul) 250.000 0.00
BIHAR
221 Transport Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke 0.700 0.00
office computer class me S.C ka

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adhisthapan
222 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay ke 4.000 0.00
dhwanirhit generator
223 Nirman jila pariwahan kariyalay me 2.300 0.00
upskaro ki khridagi
RWD MMGSY
224 2008-09 0.000 0
225 2010-11 487.000 0
226 2011-12 927.000 0
227 2012-13 1200.000 0
PMGSY
228 2008-09 145.000 0
SPECIAL COMPONENT
229 2010-11 397.560 0
230 2011-12 800.000 0
Total VII. 5238.550 0
VIII. Science,Tech. & Environment
231 Building for E-governance Centre 50.000 0
Ground Floor - 2600 SF
1 st Floor - 2600 SF
232 Furnituring Cost of interior 10.000 0
233 Computer System 7.500 0
234 server 4.000 0
235 Printer 3.000 0
236 Scanner 2.000 0
237 External hard disk 0.200 0
238 Computer Table 1.250 0
239 Printer Table 0.100 0
240 Cabling Cost 1.000 0
241 Book Shelvas 0.500 0
242 Godrej Almera 0.500 0
243 Projector 0.500 0
244 Projector Screen 0.200 0
245 Laptop 1.200 0
246 Generator 30 KVA 5.000 0
247 Centralised UPS 5.000 0
248 LCD for Viedo Conferencing 0.500 0
249 Audio/Video Camera for Video 2.000 0
Conferencing
250 Centralised A.C. 10.000 0
251 Mike System for Conference room 1.000 0
252 Expenditure on unschduled items 4.000 0
(Electericty, Wiring and Lighting
System
253 Books for Library 2.000 0
Total 111.450 0
Forestry & Wildlife
254 State Plan 0.000 0
255 Rehabilation of Degraded Forests 0.000 0
256 (a) Chhatra Birikchha Ropan Yojana 3.000 0
257 (b) Plantation in Forest land 11.854 0
258 Nahar Tat farm 1.290 0
259 Path tat Plantation 84.000 0
260 Backward Region Grant Fund 0.000 0
(BRGF/RSVY)
261 Building new Scheme 25.920 0
262 Pollution Control Board 0.000 0
263 Development of Sanjay Gandhi 0.000 0
Biological Part (50 :50)
TOTAL 126.064 0
Total VIII 237.514 0

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IX. General Economic Services
264 Planning Construction of the building for 0.000 0
District Planning Office
265 RSVY 0.000 0
266 MNRegion Development fund 0.000 0
267 Mukhmantr Mukhmantri nagar vikash yojana 800.000 0
i nagar
vikash
yojana
268 Tourism 0.000 0
269 Statistics Civil Regist. 69.750 69.75
270 Raingauge 4.000 4
271 Training 12.000 12
272 Computer data entry 2.000 2
273 Publication 2.000 2
274 Library 1.000 1
275 Statistics day 1.000 1
276 Vichel out Sources 36.000 36
277 Furniture (Dist+Bik+Nigam 11.000 11
Total IX 938.750 138.75
X. Social Service
278 (A) Rural Construction of IHHLS (BPL) 1470.000 15.38
279 Sanitation School Toilets 175.000 2.19
280 ( Total Anganvadi Toilets 8.000 8
281 Sanitation IEC 50.000 2.5
Campaign)
282 Administrative charges 25.000 0
283 Community sanitary complexes 125.000 6.25
284 Solid and Liquid waste management 25.000 1.25
285 (B) Lohiya Lohiya Swachta yojna 1120.000 56
swachta
yojana
286 Total 2998.000 91.57
287 Water 1. Mini water supply shceme Floiride 1130.000 1130
supply & (Solar)
sanitation
288 (A) Rural 2.Mini water supply shceme drought 314.400 314.4
water (solar)
supply
289 3. Mini water supply shceme electric 266.400 266.4
290 4. Urban water supply scheme 1020.000 1020
291 5. Construction of T/W for coverage 300.600 300.6
of NC/PC habitation.
292 6. Construction of T/w in Anganbari 207.600 207.6
293 7. Construction of T/w in NC/PC 28.080 28.08
quality affacted school
294 Construction of T/w in school 108.000 108
295 8. Rural piped water supply scheme 12.800 12.8
& making function defunct schemes
296 9. Rain water harvesting and 128.160 128.16
recharging
297 10. Ground water recharging & rain 675.000 303.75
water harvesting
298 11. Construction of new tube well 180.000 180
sustainable, weels/santinized wells,
SM and SR
Total 4371.040 3999.79
299 BC 2328.000 954.48
300 SC 9083.000 3451.54

301 Samaj IGNOAPS 2624.000 178.8


302 kalyan IGNWPS 322.800 322.8

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303 Vibhag, LUXMIBAI W.PENSION 744.000 744
304 samajik RAJYA DISABLE PENSION 432.000 129.6
305 suraksha IG.DISABLE PENSION 28.800 14.4
306 STATE SOCIAL PEN. 35.280 10.58
307 KABIR ANTYESTHI 55.000 14.11
308 NFBS 155.000 150
309 MUKHYMANT RI SAMARTH YOGENA 30.000 9
310 HANDICAPTED SCHLORSHIP 50.000 15
Total 15887.880 5994.31
311 ICDS Jila Sathapna 15.000 0
312 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 198.000 198
313 2235 Kanya vivah yojana 4700.000 0
314 2235 Data Opretor 0.918 0
315 2235 Prashichhan 38.000 19
316 2235 Bachcho ka poshak 265.500 133
317 2235 Medicin 15.930 12
318 2235 Bal vikash pariyojana 1081.000 540.5
319 2236 Paoshahar 3312.255 2232.255
320 2235 Data Opretor 18.358 0
321 2235 Atirikat & upkaran vinni kendra 115.950 0
upkaran
322 2235 Flaxi Fund 26.550 0
323 2235 Aaganwari kender bhawan 466.000 0
324 2235 Vikash Office 10.000 0
Total 10263.460 3134.755
325 Labour Organisation of training camps for 0.812 0.1467
the workers of rural and
unorganised sector
326 Survey/ Release & Rehabilitation of 0.900 0
child labour
327 Orgnisation of Bihar child labour 0.000 -
commission
328 Bonded labour Rehabilitation 1.000 0.4
Programme
329 Inter – State Migrant labour plan. 8.000 2
330 Strengthening of Enforcement 0.000 0
machinery.
331 House Building plan for the Bidi 20.000 4
workers
332 Aam Admi bima yojana 0.000 0
Total 30.712 6.5467
General Education
333 a) Elementry & Adult Education
334 Workshop and seminar for 0.000 0
Development of Text Book,
Curriculum, Supplementary books
and publication of journal,
magazine, research paper and other
Teaching Learning Materials
335 Mukhayamantri Akshar Anchal 0.000 0
Yojana
336 Mukhayamantri Balika Poshak 476.000 476
Yojana (6 years to 8 years)
337 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana(9- 570.000 570
12 years)
338 Mukhayamantri Poshak Yojana 1235.000 555.75
339 Mukhyamantri Balika Cycle Yojana 602.500 602.5
340 Mukhyamantri Balak Cycle Yojana 662.500 0
341 Secondar Construction of Additional 1360.000 0
y Classrooms/Up gradation of Govt. &
Education Nationalised high Schools and

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Adarsh Vidyalaya
342 Construction of Sainik School 0.000 0
Building
343 Construction of Educationa Building 0.000 0
at Commisinay Headquarters
344 Construction of Residential Schools 0.000 0
345 Training and Orientation programme 2.000 0
for Teacher
346 Excursioin tour of Students 13.600 0
347 Strengthening of Vocational 1.500 0
Education
348 Grant to Society of secondary 27.200 0
education
349 Monitoring of Schemes of Secondary 6.800 0
Education
350 Grant to Library 15.000 0
351 Bihar Solar Lamps in Elementry school 474.980 220.25608
Education
Project
352 Separate Girls Toilet 145.503 67.47199
353 Separate boys Toilet 145.503 0
354 Hand Pump 60.900 28.24036
355 Health cards for routine check up 54.685 25.3582
356 Boundrywall in Elementry school 952.500 441.69098
357 permanent residential School for 800.000 0
visually impaired/mentally impaired
50 children to provide elementry
education at each block
358 Benches/desk set in middle school 966.540 0
359 zila shiksha bhawan 3200.000 0
Total 11772.710 2987.26761
360 Mid day Conversion cost (I-V) 2606.870 860.267
meal
scheme
361 Conversion cost (VI-VIII) 1454.520 479.99151
362 Grain cost 409.146 135.01814
363 Hon. Of cook cum helper 630.960 208.2168
364 Transpotion 69.630 22.9779
365 Kitchen shade 233.600 77.088
366 Kitchen device 218.500 72.105
367 MME
368 R.P honararuim 26.400 8.712
369 Vehicle 1.000 0.33
370 Phone/Fax/Postage 1.200 0.396
371 Traning/Meeting/Workshop 0.800 0.26
372 Travelling Allowance 0.720 0.2376
373 Miscellaneous Exps. 0.600 0.198
374 Office Rent 0.960 0.3168
375 Distric Coordinator Honararuim 18.000 5.94
376 Accountant-cum-data entry 14.400 4.752
honararuim
377 Online entry of monthly report 2.622 0.86526
378 Board construction 0.000 0
379 Thali 218.500 72.105
380 Steel glass 87.400 28.842
381 Kitchen Shad Repairing 250.350 82.6155
382 Requirment of District level office 0.000 0
383 Establishment of MDM own building 20.000 6.6
384 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira 5.000 1.65
etc.)
385 Clerk at dist. Level 3.600 1.188

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386 peon at dist. Level 1.200 0.396
387 Computer Operator 1.920 0.6336
388 Computer with printer 0.500 0.165
389 Requirment of Block level
390 office rent for Block level 0.720 0.2376
391 Computer for block level office 10.000 3.3
392 Computer Operator 19.200 6.336
393 Peon at block level 12.000 0.396
394 Infrasture (Furniture, Godrej almira 4.000 1.32
etc.)
395 Miscellaneous Exps. 3.600 1.188
Total 6327.918 2084.645
MATERNAL HEALTH
396 Monitor Progress and Quality of 0.575 0.58
Service Delivery
397 Operationalise 24x7 PHCs (Mch 5.750 2.73
Center- Aphc)
398 Operationalise Sub-Centres (MCH 1.150 0.55
Center-Hsc)
399 Integrated Outreach RCH 4.928 2.34
Services
400 Monthly Village Health and Nutrition 14.458 6.87
Days
401 Janani Suraksha Yojana / JSY
402 Home Deliveries 1.662 166.18
403 Institutional Deliveries
404 Institutional Deliverie-Rural 1050.282 1050.28
405 Institutional Deliveries-Urban 6.325 6.33
406 Institutional Deliveries-C-Sections 3.924 3.92
407 Administrative Expenses 9.547 4.53
408 Maternal Death Review 1.561 1.56

409 CHILD HEALTH


410 Implementation of IMNCI 0.575 0.27
Activities in Districts
411 Facility Based Newborn Care/FBNC 8.913 4.23
(Operationalise 40 NBSUs)
412 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI and 42.942 28.99
Micronutrient Malnutrition (
Nutritional Rehabilitation Centres)
413 FAMILY PLANNING

414 Dissemination of Manuals on 0.230 0.16


Sterilisation Standards & QA of
Sterilisation Services
415 Female Sterilisation Camps 83.266 83.27
416 NSV Camps 0.403 0.40
417 Compensation for Female 128.651 128.65
Sterilisation
418 Compensation for Male Sterilisation 6.469 6.47
(Compensation for NSV Acceptance)
419 Accreditation of Private Providers for 64.601 64.60
Sterilisation Services
420 Spacing Methods

421 POL for Family Planning (for District 4.639 3.25


Level + State Level Monitoring)
422 Provide IUD Services at Health 1.058 1.06
Facility (IUD Camps)
423 ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE

158
AND SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH

424 School Health Programme


425 PNDT & Sex Ratio-Other PNDT 1.150 0.81
Activities (Monitoring of Sex Ratio at
Birth)
426 ANMs, Staff Nurses, Supervisory 568.671 568.67
Nurses (Salary of Contractual
ANM/ Contractual SN)
427 Laboratory Technicians/(LT in Blood 4.140 0.00
Banks)
428 Medical Officers at CHCs / PHCs 4.830 0.00
(Salary of MOs in Blood Banks)
429 Others - FP Counsellors 4.140 4.14
430 Incentive/ Awards Etc. to SN, ANMs 55.867 55.87
Etc. (Muskaan Programme-Incentive
to ASHA and ANM)
431 Strengthening of Training 2.300 1.08
Institutions (Repair/renovation
of Training Institutions)
432 Maternal Health Training
433 Skilled Attendance at Birth 7.544 0.75
434 MTP Training 1.408 1.41

435 Other MH Training (Any Integrated 2.645 1.24


Training, Etc.)- Training of MOs and
Paramedics at Sub-District Level
(Convergence with BSACS)
436 Child Health Training
437 IMNCI 72.904 34.26
438 NSSK Training (SN/ANM) 3.650 1.72
439 Family Planning Training 0.000
440 Minilap Training 0.808 0.81
441 NSV Training 1.559 0.00
442 IUD Insertion Training 0.000
443 Training of Medical Officers in IUD 0.636 0.64
Insertion
444 Training of ANMs / LHVs/SN in IUD 1.015 1.01
Insertion
445 Program Management Training- 0.920 0.00
DPMU
446 Community Visit for Students & 0.575 0.27
Teachers
447 Strengthening of SHS/ SPMU
(Including HR, Management
Cost, Mobility Support, Field
Visits )
448 Mobility Support (District Malaria 2.070 0.00
Office)
449 Contractual Staff for DPMU 22.976 0.00
Recruited and in Position
450 Provision of Equipment/furniture 12.325 0.00
and Mobility Support for DPMU Staff
451 Strengthening of Block PMU 222.318 0.00
452 Strengthening (Others) 0.000
453 Renewal (Upgradtion) 0.093 0.00
454 AMC (State, Regional & DHS) 0.259 0.00
455 Management Unit at FRU ( Hospital 11.213 0.00
Manager & FRU Accountant)
456 Annual Audit of the Programme 0.828 0.00
(Statutory Audit)
457 Concurrent Audit (State & District) 0.276

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458
459 ASHA
460 ASHA Resource Centre/ASHA 42.669 4.27
Mentoring Group
461 Selection & Training of ASHA 125.743 12.57
462 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit & 42.133 4.21
Replenishment
463 Other Incentive to ASHAs (TA/DA 37.393 3.74
for ASHA Divas)
464 Best Performance Award to ASHAs 0.460 0.05
at District Level
465 Identity Card to ASHA 0.550 0.05
466 Untied Fund for SDH/CHC 1.150 0.55

467 Untied Fund for PHCs 6.754 3.21


468 Untied Fund for APHC 20.125 9.56
469 Untied Fund for Sub Centres 54.510 25.89
470 Untied Fund for VHSC 125.925 59.81
471 SDH-Annual Maintenance Grants 1.500 0.71
472 CHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 4.500 2.14
473 APHC-Annual Maintenance Grants 15.000 7.13
474 PHCs-Annual Maintenance Grants 7.500 3.56
475 Sub Centres-Annual Maintenance 21.000 9.98
Grants
476 Hospital Strengthening-Up
Gradation of CHCs, PHCs, Dist.
Hospitals to IPHS)
477 Installation of Solar Water System 6.342 3.01
in 25 SDH, 10 RH and 150 PHC
478 Sub Centre Rent and Contingencies 18.977 9.01
479 Construction of APHC (PHC) 139.627 66.32
480 Strengthening of Cold Chain 9.879 4.69
(Refurbishment of Existing Cold
Chain Room for District Stores and
Earthing and Wiring of Existing Cold
Chain Rooms in All PHCs
481 Infrastructure of Training 3.232 3.23
Institutions/School
482 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS

483 District Hospitals 10.748 5.11

484 CHCs (SDH) 4.600 2.19

485 PHCs - RKS 23.000 10.93


486 Other (APHC) 49.450 23.49
487 District Action Plans (Including 11.063 5.25
Block, Village)

488 Panchayati Raj Initiative 0.000 0.00


489 Constitution and Orientation of 4.295 2.04
Community Leader & of
VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC Etc
490 Orientation Workshops, Trainings 1.896 0.90
and Capacity Building of PRI at
State/Dist. Health Societies,
CHC,PHC
491 Mainstreaming of AYUSH-Medical 111.608 53.01
Officers at DH/CHCs/ PHCs (Only
AYUSH)
492 Strengthening of BCC/IEC 9.396 4.46
Bureaus (State and District

160
Levels)
493 Health Mela 0.046
494 Mobile Medical Units (Including
Recurring Expenditures)

495 Mobile Medical Units (Including 48.438 23.01


Recurring Expenditures)
496 Advanced Life Saving Ambulance 35.880 17.04
(Call 108)
497 Referral Transport in Districts 15.249 7.24
498 Outsourcing of Pathology and 26.069 12.38
Radiology Services From PHCs
to DH
499 IMEP(Bio-Waste Management) 23.000 10.93
500 Innovations 0.000

501 YUKTI Yojana Accreditation of Public 3.114 1.48


and Private Sector for Providing
Safe Abortion Services
502 Monitoring & 29.210 0.00
Evaluation/HMIS/MCTS (
District , Block & Divisional Data
Centre)
503 Computerization HMIS and E- 0.000 0.00
Governance, E-Health (MCTS, RI
Monitoring, CPSMS)
504 MCTS and HRIS 5.520 2.62
505 RI Monitoring 1.495 0.71
506 Strengthening of HMIS (Up- 0.046 0.02
Gradation and Maintenance of Web
Server of SHSB)
507 Plans for HMIS Supportive 3.887 1.85
Supervision and Data Validation
508 Procurement of Equipment: MH 30.019 30.02
(Labour Room)
509 Procurement of Equipment : CH 12.242 5.81
(SCNU- NBCC)
510 Procurement of Equipm:Minilap Set 3.450 3.45
(FP)
511 Procurement of NSV Kit (FP) 0.063 0.06
512 Procurement of IUD Kit (FP) (PHC 0.173
Level)
513 Dental Chair Procurement 15.616 7.42
514 A.C. 1.5 Ton Window for 28 0.288
(Running Blood Banks)
515 Procurement of Drugs and
Supplies
516 Parental Iron Sucrose (IV/IM) As 5.750 5.75
Therapeutic Measure to Pregnant
Women with Severe Anaemia
517 IFA Tablets for Pregnant & Lactating 19.140 19.14
Mothers
518 Budget for IFA Small Tablets and 23.827 23.83
Syrup for Children (6 -59 Months)
519 IMNCI Drug Kit 17.112 8.13
520 General Drugs & Supplies for Health 143.366 68.10
Facilities
521 Support Strengthening RNTCP 2.070 0.98
522 Other Expenditures (Power
Backup, Convergence Etc)-
523 Payment of Monthly Bill to BSNL 0.861
524 Routine Immunisation & PP

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525 Routine Immunisation 72.018 34.21
526 PPI Operation Cost 262.532 124.70
Total 4160.532 2,989.85
527 Nagar Nali/Nala 3000.000 1650.00
Nigam
Bihar sharif
Nalanda
528 Path 4000.000 2200.00
529 Nagrik Suvidha 3600.000 1980.00
530 Mukhay Aautlet (Kenal) & Path 5729.200 3151.06
531 Kary kari Mahilao ke liye 250.000 137.50
Aavas/Chhatravas
532 B.R.G.F 400.000 220.00
533 Savarn Jayanti Shahri Rojgar 300.000 165.00
yojanaantergat/Mahila Shshkitkarn
anudan & Prashichhan
534 BHU.I.D.S.M.T 200.000 110.00
535 Abhiyantern Shakha & Bhawan 440.000 242.00
Nirman (office)
536 S.Be. Menegment 500.000 275.00
Sports and Youth Service
537 Sportsmen Welfare Fund 0.000 0
538 Mukhya Mantri Khel Vikas Yojana 300.000 100
539 Construction of new stadiums 500.000 0
540 Renovation and Maintenance of 0.000 0
existing stadiums and physical
college
541 Panchayat Yuva Khel and Krida 18.000 5
Abhiyan (PYKKA)
542 Sports Training 2.000 0
Total 19239.200 10235.56
XI. General Services
Jails
543 Fortification of main gate and sentry 15.000 0
post
544 Recreational & yoga shade for 20.000 0
prisoners
545 Library room for prisoners 10.000 0
546 Modernization of jail office 5.000 0
547 2 Barracks for warders/home 30.000 0
guards
548 Latrine for prisoners & warder 60.000 0
6x10=60
549 2 toilets for office 6.000 0
550 4 kitchen shade for warders 10.000 0
551 one kitchen with gas cooking 3.000 0
system
552 concrete path ways inside the jail 20.000 1.66
700 feet
553 concrete approach road for staff 30.000 0
quarter 1000 feet
554 3 bath rooms for female prisoners 6.000 6
555 1 kitchen for female ward 15.000 15
556 1 Room for cretch centre 10.000 10
557 Vehicle for jail 8.000 0
558 Boundary wall of jail campus and 50.000 0
gate
559 Repairing and Beautification in the 10.000 2
jail
560 Food distribution shade for prisoners 20.000 0
561 Patrolling path of concrete road (4 10.000 0

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feet) from inside the main wall.
562 Patrolling path fo concrete road (8 20.000 2
feet) from outside the main wall
563 Water tower and tap water supply 80.000 2
system to prisoners and staff
564 Flood light 2.000 0
565 One 15 K.V.A Generator 15.000 0
566 10 computer set for prisoners 5.000 0.5
training
567 Iron cot and gadda, stool etc. for 2.500 0
jail hospital
568 Opthalemo scope 0.150 0
569 Autoref (for testing eye sight) 0.250 0
570 One volleyball court for prisoners 0.300 0
571 One volleyball court for staff 0.300 0
572 Video conferencing room 1.000 0
573 Television set for prisoners wards 2.600 0.1
574 8 line interoom 0.500 0
575 one 4" boring and pump for jail 8.000 0
576 Central watch room 2.000 0
577 Commercia Boundary Wall 0.000 0
l Taxes
578 Construction of field office Building 48.000 0
579 alteration Modification &renovation 12.000 0
work in field offices
580 Building Construction of building for 1000.000 0
dept. SDO,BDO and district level officer
581 Renovation and repair of existing 50.000 0
building 2059
582 Bihar Rural CID(Biharsarif) 53.163 0
583 Livelihood CIF(Biharsarif) 126.311 0
584 Project CID(Harnaut) 695.962 0
585 (JIVIKA) CIF(Harnaut) 177.509 0
586 CID(Nagarnausa) 5.288 0
587 CIF(Nagarnausa) 240.825 0
588 CID(Noorsarai) 40.979 0
589 CIF(Noorsarai) 123.890 0
590 CID(Rahui) 49.192 0
591 CIF(Rahui) 236.700 0
592 CID(Rajgir) 69.892 0
593 CIF(Rajgir) 117.455 0
594 CID(Sarmera) 50.700 0
595 CIF(Sarmera) 170.175 0
596 CID(DPCU) 26.000 0
597 Project Management exp. 41.942 0
Total 3813.582 39.260
Grand Total 161949.674 54,645.366

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