Lr.Rc.No.TRICOR/B1/145/2013 Dt.01-6-2013
To The Project Officers of ITDAs The Project Officers of MADA The District Tribal Welfare Officers of Non-ITDA Districts. Sub:- TRICOR, A.P., Hyderabad –Annual Action Plan - Guidelines and tentative district wise plan for SCA to TSP (2013-14) – Furnishing of Action Plan for 2013-14 – Req -Reg. Ref:- 1. G.O.Ms.No.76, S.W. (TW.GCC-I) Department, dt.21-09-2005. 2. G.O.Ms.No.60, S.W. (TW.GCC) Department, dt.13-8-2007. 3. Circular No.TRICOR/B1/553/2012, dt.15-6-2012. 4. G.O.Ms.No.267 Finance (IF) Dept, dt.28-9-2012. 5. Meeting with P.Os/APOG/DTWOs held on 02-05-2013 on the subject The District Officers are requested to prepare the SCA to TSP Action Plan for 2013- 14 and send the same to this office before 10-6-2013. The District wise tentative allocation under SCA to TSP for 2013-14 is appended at Annexure – I. The District-wise allocation under OGIA – ESS is also appended as Annexure
– II. Further, the allocation for special project towards Yanadis & Chenchus development
are appended as Annexure III & IV. The allocation for taking up special projects to the
vulnerable groups in the districts of Ananthapur, Chittoor and Nalgonda is appended at Annexure-V.
All the unspent spill over balances available under SCA to TSP (releases made in the earlier year) shall also be reported and plan shall be drawn for utilization is appended at Annexure-VI.
The schemes implemented in the TSP of line Departments such as Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Agriculture, Sericulture, IKP, Industries shall be examined and while proposing the schemes it shall be ensured no over lapping. Guidelines for preparation of Action Plan 2013-14 is appended at Annexure-VII.
Further, the District Officers are also requested to keep the following aspects in mind while preparing the Action Plan 2013-14. a. Guidelines issued on seed distribution vide reference 3rd cited shall be strictly b. Identification of schemes/units as per the needs emerged in IKP-TW – AWFP 2013- 14, through V.O./MMS as per the G.Os cited above. c. Sustainability of the units shall be ensured, through backward and forward d. While implementing Land Purchase Scheme care should be taken to follow the e. Grounding shall only be through Bank/MMS and in no case ITDA to get Involved in procurement of material if any, since ITDA is not an implementing agency. f. Innovative schemes to be identified based on feasibility and sustainability and Tentative sectoral allocations and the schemes proposed are given as Annexure-
VIII for guidance.
During the financial yea 2013-14, the subsidy shall only be transferred directly to beneficiary accounts in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the G.O.Ms.No.267 All the P.Os/DTWOs are requested to prepare the Action Plan 2013-14 by following the guidelines and submit latest by 10th June, 2013. ANNEXURE - VII
Guidelines for preparation of Action Plan 2013-14 under SCA to TSP: (As
discussed and finalised in the workshop dated 02.05.2013
Projected plan for 2013-14:
 The indicative subsidy provision for Economic Support Schemes is Rs.
95.89Cr. under Normal State Plan and Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS)  The above subsidy provision is linked with Bank loan and other funds for preparation of ST Action Plan 2013-14 for implementation of Economic Support Schemes, duly allocating the targets to all the districts in  Accordingly, the Indicative District Physical and financial allocations have been prepared in proportionate to ST population of the districts; and the same is enclosed here with for preparation action plan for 2013-  The Indicative Action Plan Outlay for 2013-14 : Rs 191.78 Cr II.
Plan Summary:
Physical Target for coverage: to cover 60,000 ST families during 2013-14 with special focus on PVTGs and vulnerable sections. Unit cost: unit cost is as per the NABARD approved cost. The average unit cost shall be at Rs.2.00 lakhs. However the actual requirement of unit cost as per the local conditions shall be proposed with justification duly indicating the NABARD unit cost Indicative Units: The list of suggested/indicative units are Quantum of Subsidy: 50% subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs.1,00,000/- whichever is less. Additional subsidy to the PVTGs and vulnerable groups depending upon the need and local conditions be proposed upto maximum of 75%. Bank Linkages: Wherever Banks are not active and not cooperating, Linkage with MMS and Streenidhi shall be explored. NSTFDC term loan which will be revived soon through STHREENIDHI may also be tied up to cover the gap in the Institutional Finance. g)
Land Purchase Scheme:
In ITDA areas except chenchu area, the potentiality for the scheme is less in view of the LTR regulations and therefore the scheme may be proposed in non-ITDA Districts in respect of the most eligible cases. The lands which are already under the physical possession and enjoyment years together Further the unit cost shall vary from District to district depending upon the local market value (on the basis of LA proceedings) prevailing in the District. In any ITDA there is absolute need for the scheme it shall be studied in depth and proposed as a special project. Fund allocation to PVTGs: Fund allocation to PVTGs on equity basis in terms of the provisions of the TSP Act. Identification of beneficiaries: POs/APOs and DTWOs have informed that there is established procedure of identification collectively for the SC/ST & BC for various schemes under the guidance of the District Collectors and no problems are reported Role of IKP: Wherever the banks are not cooperating, the existing procedure for sanction & release of amounts to MMS/VOs shall be followed. The functional convergence in identification and grounding as per the G.O.Ms.No.76 & 60 shall be continued. Self employment schemes: While proposing the self employment scheme, the requirements under Transportation plan, Contractor development scheme and Driver-cum-owner tie up scheme shall be  e-Payment of subsidy directly to the beneficiary accounts: As per the Govt. orders vide Go. Ms.No.267 e-payment of subsidy directly to the non-operative account of the III. Plan Focus - 2013-14:
 To give priority for poorest of poor ST households.  To provide asset oriented economic schemes  35-40 % house-holds of physical target – to be covered through women IV. Categories of Households to be covered:
V. Identification of Beneficiaries & Functional Convergence:
 Identification of beneficiaries to be done in Tribal areas under functional convergence with SERP and other Line departments  The BPL criteria is based on Income Limit fixed by Government as per G.O.No. 27, dt:23.07.2008 (Rs.75,000 pa in Urban areas and Rs.60,000  Within the above income limit,
 Priority to cover needy / interested poorest of poor (POP) ST households from the database of SERP identified in Rural areas  Advance steps for identification of beneficiaries through Grama Sabhas under “Joint Identification Process”  Eligible cases referred by elected representative and received through the Grievances Cell which are not covered under the  Availability of Ration Card (WAP / TAP / RAP) is made mandatory  Tracking of Beneficiaries with regard to identification / sanction /grounding / Post grounding / Evaluation to be done in tie-up with SERP and other Line departments under functional convergence. VI. Monitoring:
 Dist Collectors shall constitute District level and Mandal level committees in order to coordinate functional convergence with all Line departments.  mapping of schemes to identified beneficiaries,  arranging bank linkages, grounding of the schemes etc  District Level Committee for ITDAs consisting of District Collector/ P.O.,  For non ITDA districts: Collector/ Joint Collector/ DTWO, LDM, PD-DRDA.  Mandal Level Committee consisting of MPDO, APM SERP, and Convener of
VII. Other Guidelines:

1. In case of ISB units for Groups, the ST women SHGs (working groups) can be considered towards viable economic activity. 2. In case of bank linked economic support schemes under ISB sector, the unit cost range is only indicative and POs/ DTWOs shall always mobilize the banks to consider the bigger units and minimum unit cost shall not 3. Under ISB sector priority shall be given to educated unemployed youth of 4. In case of transport sector, the beneficiary shall posses the permanent 5. In case of financial assistance to ST Gopalamitra (selected by AH dept and presently working), the financial assistance is to cover two wheeler motor vehicle, two pairs of dresses and mobile phone instrument. (The beneficiaries having motor vehicle in their names are not eligible). 6. Indicative targets are transferable from one sector to other sector as per the local demand & need subject to prior approval from the 7. In case of Land Purchase Scheme, separate guidelines will be issued with regard to identification of land, purchase of the land and grounding of the units. Till such time, identification of woman beneficiaries in the rural areas can be completed under land purchase scheme. 8. In case of minor irrigation, the beneficiaries whose lands are not covered under Indira Jalaprabha shall be only considered. Certification that they are not covered under IJP is to be taken from MPDO / PD, DWMA. 9. In case of financial assistance to vulnerable groups, though the scheme unit cost is indicated at Rs 75,000/- per unit, there is no bar to consider the schemes with higher unit cost subject to following the indicated 10. Detailed implementation guidelines / procedures (Sector / scheme wise) will be communicated in the form of “action plan booklet” after approval of the indicative action plan by the Government for according the administrative sanctions by the Districts. Sectors and Indicating Schemes to be covered: Different Economic Support Schemes have to be covered under the Sectors like ISB, Animal Husbandry, Minor Irrigation, Land Purchase and others as shown below: Tractor, trailer with other equipments (Group) Tube wells with Submersible pump sets (Group of 3) Shallow Tube wells with Submergible pump sets(unit cost from Rs.2.00 to 4.00 Milk packets & News paper supply net The schemes shown in the above list are only indicative. If there are any new schemes are intended to be taken up, as per the local requirement, the Pos


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