SCHEMES DETAILS

THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES

 


1. Name of the Programme/Scheme

a)  Below Poverty Line(BPL)  Scheme.
b)  Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY).
c)  Annapurna Scheme.
d)  Welfare Institutions & Hostels Scheme.
e) SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme.
f) Above Poverty Line (APL)Scheme.
g) Village Grain Bank Scheme.

2. Duration of the Programme/Scheme

No time limit has been set by the Govt. of India

3. Objective/purpose of the Programme

To ensure Food Security for all, create hunger free India

4. Physical and Financial targets of the Programme (for the  last year)

a)  BPL  Scheme – Not applicable
b)  AAY Scheme – Not applicable
c)  Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme – Not applicable 
d)  Annapurna Scheme– Rs.50,95,408/- (inclusive of Transportation & Handling)
e) Welfare Institutions & Hostels Scheme -Not applicable
e) SC/ST/OBC Hostels Schemes - Not Applicable.
f) Above Poverty Line (APL) Scheme - Not Applicable
g) Village Grain Bank Scheme - Not Applicable

5. Eligibility of Beneficiary

a)  BPL Scheme – Landless labourers, marginal farmers, person earning their livelihood on a daily wages
b)  AAY Scheme – Old people, widows, disabled person, without family or societal support, landless labourer
c)   Annapurna Scheme – Old age pension Scheme who are destitute, indigent and senior citizen aged 65 years and above
d) Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme – Those Institution & Hostels running for the Welfare of the people/Society.
e) SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme- Those hostels with ¾ of the students from SC/ST/OBC.
f) Above Poverty Line (APL) The Population / households not covered under BPL, AAY and ANNAPURNA Schemes are covered through Above Poverty Line (APL)Scheme.
g) Village Grain Bank- The main objective of the Scheme is to provide safeguard against starvation during the natural calamity period and lean season when the marginalized households do not have sufficient resources to purchase rations.

6. Criteria for deciding eligibility/selection

a)  BPL Scheme.
b)  AAY Scheme.
c)   Annapurna Scheme.
d)  Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme.
e)   SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme.
f)   Above Poverty Line (APL)
g) Village Grain Bank Scheme.

Basing on the eligibility, identification have been carried out involving District Administration and Town Committee Members in Urban Areas and Village Councils/VDBs in Rural Areas.

7. No. of Beneficiary

a)  BPL Scheme – 76,500 identified beneficiaries
b)  AAY Scheme – 47,500 identified beneficiaries
c)  Annapurna Scheme – 6,727 identified beneficiaries
d)  Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme – No fixed  beneficiaries.
e) SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme- No fixed beneficiaries.
f) Above Poverty Line (APL)- No fixed beneficiaries.
g) Village Grain Bank Scheme- No fixed beneficiaries.

8. Pre-requisites for the benefit

As at Sl.No.5 above

9.   Procedure to avail the benefit of the programme

As at Sl.No.6 above

10. Amount of subsidy

Food grains distributed at subsidized rate under AAY/BPL/Annapurna Scheme

11. Details of the benefits given in the programme or schemes under which subsidies are granted

Scheme

Monthly Allocation from the Govt. of India

RICE

WHEAT

BPL Scheme

21590.00 Qtls.

5170.00 Qtls.

AAY Scheme

13365.00 Qtls.

3260.00 Qtls.

Annapurna Scheme

672.70 Qtls

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Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme

1040.00 Qtls

446.10 Qtls.

SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme

1880.75 Qtls.

1880.75 Qtls

APL Scheme

43,600.00 Qtls.

18,730.00 Qtls.

12. Procedure for distribution of the subsidy

a)  BPL Scheme –  Foograins procured from FCI at Govt. subsidized rate of Rs.5.65 per kg for Rice and Rs.4.15 per kg for Wheat are being distributed to the identified beneficiaries at the rate of Rs.6.15 per kg for Rice and Rs.4.65 per kg for Wheat  on production of Special Ration Cards been issued to them through FPS/VCs outlet at the scale of 35 kgs(combination of both Rice & Wheat) per beneficiary per month
b) AAY Scheme – Foograins procured from FCI at Govt. subsidized rate of Rs.3.00 per kg for Rice and Rs.2.00 per kg for Wheat are being distributed to the identified beneficiaries at the same rate on production of Special Ration Cards been issued to them through FPS/VCs outlet at the scale of 35 kgs(combination of both Rice & Wheat) per beneficiary per month
c)  Annapurna Scheme – Free of Cost
d)  Welfare Institution & Hostels Scheme – Foodgrains procured from FCI at BPL rate mentioned above and distributed through the State Govt. appointed Agency.
e) SC/ST/OBC Hostels Scheme- Foodgrains procured from FCI at BPL rate mentioned above and distributed through the State Govt. appointed Agency.
f) Above Poverty Line(APL)- The Population / households not covered under BPL, AAY and ANNAPURNA Schemes are covered through Above Poverty Line (APL).
g) VILLAGE GRAIN BANK SCHEME- The main objective of the Scheme is to provide safeguard against starvation during the natural calamity period and lean season when the marginalized households do not have sufficient resources to purchase rations. During 2011-12 the Govt. of India sanctioned 257 numbers of VGB in the State. The State Government has nominated MARCOFED to implement the Scheme.

13. Where to apply or whom to contact in the Office for applying

 Districts Offices. However, the Schemes of BPL/AAY/ Annapurna are one time grant. Hence, inclusion of any new beneficiary can be accommodated as and when directives for enhancement of beneficiaries received from the Govt. of India.

14. Application fee

No fees charged in respect of BPL/AAY/Annapurna & welfare Schemes.

15. Other fees

No fees charged in respect of BPL/AAY/Annapurna & welfare Schemes.

16. Application format

No fees charged in respect of BPL/AAY/Annapurna & welfare Schemes.

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