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INTEGRATED RURAL

DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
(IRDP)
PLAN PERIOD & VARIOUS
SCHEMES
First 5-year plan (1951-56)
Community development programme was
started for awakening rural community.
Various schemes (25 schemes) were
launched during different plan period in
last 53 years for poverty removal & rural
development in India.
Pilot project started in 1976 in Andhra Pradesh
(karim nagar district)
Survey conducted to know :
1. Natural resources
2. Human resources
3. Available skills & technology
Special attention given to :
1. Small & Marginal farmers
2. Rural artisans
3. Sheep & cattle rearing
4. forests., minerals
5. Water resource
Help by Govt. ,credit institutions, CSIR
For mobilizing funds required
For improving rural conditions
Views of eminent personalities:
1. Dr. M.S.Swaminathan (Director ICAR)
There is an urgent need to integrate
technology with agriculture to improve
rural economy.
2.Smt. Indra Gandhi ,as PM while addressing
Indian Science Congress reminded the scientist
of the Gandhian dictum,- if the villages perishes
, India perishes too.
Co-ordination by Agriculture Universities
Re-casting of IRDP with modifications in 1978-79
Started in all 5011 blocks w.e.f. 2
nd
Oct, 1980
(covering SFDA / DPAP /CAD Prog.)
BPL families were covered & assets were
created
Skills developed through training & services
KEY AREAS OF ACTIVITIES
1. For agriculture production
Water Resource
Improved seeds
Fertilizers
2. For diversification of agril. Activities
Animal husbandry
Forestry
Fisheries
Sericulture etc
3.Processing & manufacturing activities:
Cattle feed manufacturing
wheat flour mill
Pulses processing (dal mill)
Oil- mills
4. Post harvest technology
Sorting , grading of grains
Storage facilities
Marketing (of produce) facilities
5.Non farm activities (NFS)
For BPL SC/ST (tribal people)
Agril., non-Agril. Labours
Rural artisans
MF/SF (below BPL)
Other facilities for BPL
a. Loans from banks
b. Loans form Govt. Department
c. Sunsidy assistance by Govt.
Progress of IRDP (1999-2000)
No. of families to be covered 20 crores
(target in 15 years)
No. of families benefited - 18 crores

Implementing agency for IRDP
Agency for implementing of IRDP is DRDA
(District Rural Development Agency)
which is also a registered body under
Societies Registration Act & is an
Autonomous- body.
Functions of DRDA
Main functions:
1. Responsibility for implementation of IRDP
2. To prepare future plans & annual plan of
Block /s &
District
3. To monitor the execution of plans
4. To co-ordinate inter-departmental plans &
activities
5. To make publicity of development activities in the
villages / blocks and districts as a whole.
6. To review progress on monthly/ quarterly / half
yearly/ annual basis & send progress to state
Govt.
Other functions
1. Selection of beneficiaries( BPL & others)
2. Giving help in preparation of application form
for benefit under the scheme.
3. To check the end use of investment to
beneficiary
4. To co-ordinate in disposal of new applications
in various departments & banks.
5. To take care of the programmes of NABARD
like SGSY,DWACRA,TRYSEM,CAD,TADP etc
To ensure training of youth & others with
master craftsman & other technical guide.
To get release of subsidy for beneficiary
by DRDA to banks.
Structure of DRDA
District collector
Project Director
Project
officer
P.O.
Animal Husb.
D.P.O. C.P.O.
Economist
P.O.
Rural Devp..
Ex-Eng.
Accounts officer
Admin. officer
Various
specialists
Other staff
Other
Office staff
Industries
Co-operatives
Education , Irrigation
Electricity
Medical & health
AEN
JEN
Block level officer
B.D.O.
(Panchayat samiti)
Assistant
Accounts
Officer
JENs
1. PWD
2. PHED
3. Electricity
4. Irrigation
Co-op inspector
Industries Depart.
Medical & Health
W& C Devp.
SC/ST Corp.
Forest
other Depart.
Assistant
Education
Officer
Village level structure for Rural
Development Administration
Gram
Panchayat
Gram
Sabha
Sarpanch
Patwari
Other
workers-
anganwari
Teachers Secretary V.L.W.
Gram panchayat identify BPL family &
other poor-people to be helped by DRDA
under IRD programme.
Gram Panchayat works for the
development of the village area for basic
amenities like : Drinking water, Medical
facilities (ANM), Primary School, Means of
communication and road connectivity etc.
Financial Institutions which are
providing assistance for
Agriculture & Rural
Development in India

NABARD
Branches
Co-op
banks
Pvt. Sector
Public
sector
RSCB
Comm. banks
SLDB
DCCB
SLDB/
PLDB branches
Branches of
DCCBs
RRBs
IND. Co-op
banks
PACS/LAMPS
FSS
Borrowers
Bank branches
Borrowers
Borrowers
Borrowers
Pvt . Banks
SF/MF/Other Farmers/ Rural Artisans/Rural enterprises/Rural households
Other Institutions
1. Rural Electrification Corporation (REC),1969
2. Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC)
3. National Dairy Development Board(NDDB)
4. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) /
Charitable Trusts.
5. Micro-financing institutions (private sector)
6. Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Types of Loan Facilities
Types of loans
Short term Medium term Long term
Agril. & Crop loan Allied activities Investment loans
Period :
6- 15 Months
Period :
1-5 years
Period :
More than 5-15
years