Schemes and Programmes
Implementation of Different Planning & Monitoring Unit Sundargarh
Summary :The document briefly describes the schemes and programmes that are being implemented by the district planning department of Sundargarh.
Rules and procedures for sanction of funds under the scheme of special problem funds-2003
Summary :The scheme of “Special Problem Funds” has been introduced in the State during the year 1997-98. The scheme aims at taking up small and essential projects of local importance involving special nature of problems in the absence of which the development process will remain incomplete. This document provide the rules and process of sanctioning funds under this scheme.
Rastriya Sam Vikas Yojana (RSVY)
Summary :The programme is implemented in the State with the joint efforts of the Centre and State Government to accelerate the development process and improve the quality of life of the people. The scheme aims at focused development programmes for backward areas which help reduce imbalances and speed up development, by addressing the problems of low agricultural productivity and Unemployment.
Cluster Housing
Summary :Financial & Physical Achievement from July 2013 to June 2014
Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (TSC)
Summary :This programme emphasis is on designing strategies to motivate individual households so that they realize the need for good sanitation practices.
Basket of Projects for various Agro-Climatic Zones of Odisha
Summary :This report on “Basket of Project for various agro-climatic zones of Odisha” is a ready reckoner for the District and Block Administration to identify the projects to be taken up under MGNREGS.
Gopabandhu Grameen Yojana
Summary :The Gopabandhu Gramin Yojana (GGY) was launched by the Government of Odisha during 2006-07 with a view to provide additional developmental assistance to the targeted 11(Eleven) districts now 10 (Ten) district of the State not covered under the Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF). The principal objective of the scheme is to provide additional development funds to the targeted districts to provide infrastructure consisting of Bijili, Sadak and Pani (i.e. electrification, roads and water supply) to every revenue village in the identified districts on need based manner.
Mo Kudia
Summary :The State Government has launched Mo Kudia Scheme for the year 2008-09. The main beneficiaries are those rural households whose name does not find placed in the BOL list but are otherwise genuine poor may also be allotted a house in the joint name of spouse.
Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF)- Odisha
Summary :Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF) is a Central Scheme launched in 20 (Twenty) Districts covering 3921 Gram Panchayats (GPs), 217 Panchayat Samitis (PSs), 1 Municipal Corporation, 22 Municipalities and 50 NACs of Odisha. The scheme is aimed to redress the regional imbalances in development, bridge critical gaps in local infrastructure and other developmental requirements, strengthen Panchayat and Municipality level governance with more appropriate capacity building, provide professional support to local bodies for planning and improve the performance of Panchayats.