ANNUAL WORK PLAN & BUDGET 2006-07 (ON-GOING SCHEMES)

                          (Rs. in lacs)

S.N.

Major/Minor Head of Development

Annual Plan 2006-07

Approved Outlay

1

2

3

1.

Education

440.00

2.

Health

50.00

3.

Community Works

150.00

4.

Sports

15.00

5.

Agriculture

80.00

6.

Animal Husbandry

20.00

7.

Industrial Trainings

10.00

8.

Community Development

175.00

9.

MDA

60.00

 

Total

1000.00

1.       Education

The objective of the scheme is to increase literacy rate as well as imparting quality education in Mewat District/region. The Mewat Model Schools will be financially aided to the extent of deficit of their budget. In order to promote girls education and provide congenial educational atmosphere in the area, the Agency intends to provide facility of hostel in all six blocks. Fortunately, three Hostels at Hathin, Pinangwan and Ferozepur Jhirka will be built up under a centrally sponsored scheme. MDA will fund the construction of hostel at Nagina and Taoru and works for Nagina Hostel has already been taken up.

 

 

    

         

 

 

 

 Mewat Model School, Nuh

          There is scarcity of public transport facility in the area and the community is demanding adequate transport facility for their wards studying in Model schools. In view of increasing trend of student strength in Mewat Model schools, it has been decided to provide one 52 seater bus for each Model school in addition to the existing. The Govt. has accorded sanction for purchase of four 52 seater buses during 2005-06. These buses will be purchased from the unspent balance amount of the year 2005-06 and provision for purchase of remaining two buses has been made in Annual Work Plan and Budget for the year 2006-07.

                

                                        Girls Hostel at Nuh           

The provision has also been made in the budget to give stipend to Mewati Girls studying in D.Ed. course sponsored by MDA. Upto the financial year 2005-06, total 199 girls have passed out the D.Ed. course. The Agency has also sponsored 50 Mewati girls for D.Ed course for the session 2006-08. The objective is to provide local based teachers to schools in Mewat region. This step would assist in retaining adequate number of school teacher in the region.

Child Development Programme

          Keeping in view the existing condition of Govt. Schools, quality of education, apathy of the community towards education and high dropout in the schools at primary levels, it was decided to start Child Development Programme in the Mewat area. The pre- nursery schooling has established itself as the first step in the ladder of successful life in today’s environment. It is most crucial phase in an individual’s life and whatever is learnt at this impressible age, stays with the child through out his life. The results of CDP are much encouraging. The poor parents have understood the concept of pre-schooling, not only for teaching but also for creating attitudinal change in the community towards school education. The Scheme of Child Development Programme was started during 2000-2001 with the assistance of different NGOs in all six Blocks. The main objective of the scheme was to prepare the children for formal school in the age group of 4-11 years, who were out of school due to certain reasons. Now, during the year 2006-07, the SHG Federations at block level will run the Child Development Programme as per provision made in Annual Work Plan and Budget.

OBJECTIVES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME: 

v     To inculcate schooling habit among non-school going children

v     To check the high dropout in the schools, at primary level.

v     To create awareness about the value of education in the community.

v     To increase the enrolment in the school at Primary Level.

v     To take care of health of Children.

v     To give more emphasis on girls’ education.

v     To sensitize parents regarding importance of education

v     To motivate the parents to send their children to formal schools.  

Mewat Development Agency will start 84 centers (14 centres in each block) in two batches starting from May, 2006 to Oct., 2006 and Oct., 2006 to March, 2007.  One centre will cover 60 children. The Children of these centres will join the formal education system after getting initial treatment. Each centre will be supported by a teacher and a helper. The Children will be provided uniform, books, and mid-day meal. The SHG Federation will keep follow-up of the last batches completed and report to MDA.

Budget Provision of Education Component for the year 2006-07.

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

 

Education

 

 

1.

Financial Assistance to 6 Mewat Model Schools to meet out the deficit.

6 schools

209.00

2.

Purchase of 2 Buses (52 seater) @ Rs. 12.50 lacs per bus

2 Buses

25.00

3.

Construction of 2 Girls Hostel as Nagina and Taoru @ Rs. 60.00 lacs per hostel (for 100 girls capacity)—As per the decision of G.B., out of provision amount of Rs. 120.00 lacs, Rs. 50.00 lacs have been diverted to construction of Transit Hostel under Community Work Component.

2 Hostels

70.00

4.A

Running charges of Nuh Girls Hostel @ Rs. 1000/- per Girl for 90 Girls for 11 months

90 Girls

9.68

4. B

Keeping in view the achieved target of 80 girls Rs. 12.32 lacs diverted to enrolment of drop-out children out of Rs. 22.00 lacs at S.N. 4.A

27379 Kids

12.32

C.

Salary of Warden, Assistant Warden & other staff including security.

200 Girls

5.00

D.

Contingency charges

200 Girls

1.65

5.

Construction of Class Rooms, Labs, Pucca Basketball floors, ramps, repairs, books for library etc.

6 Schools

34.20

6.

Construction of 17 class rooms in Mewat Model Schools (Estimate revised due to revision of rates and increase in size of rooms)

17 Rooms

6.80

7.

Stipend to Girls of D.Ed. course @ 200/- p.m. for 10 months

100 Girls

2.00

8.

Pre School Education (Child Development Centres)*

84 Centres

64.35

 

Total

 

440.00

2.       Health

According to surveys, Mewat area is one of the most backward area in the field of health. Being the high rate of child birth as compared to the other parts of the State, more than 75% women are anemic due to non availability of nutritive diet and improper care during pre-natal and post-natal period. Simultaneously, about 40% of Mewat population is suffering from infectious diseases and tuberculosis.

Health of Mewat area depends upon health status of women and children. Cases of disability and diseases of ear, nose and throat are generally found in the region due to faulty personal hygiene. To create awareness about health consciousness among the people, general health camps and camps for eye cataract free zone, will be organized during the year 2006-07.

Budget Provision for Health Camps-2006-07

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Contingency (Banners, Milk, OPD Slips Display, Stationary & Conveyance Charges @ Rs. 0.08 per camp)

20

1.60

2.

POL (Vehicles of Civil Surgeon, Programme Officer, Nodal Officer, SMO, Bus and truck carrying staff & medicines) @ Rs.0.08 per camp

20

1.60

3.

Medicines (for lab regents for atleast 2000 patient per camp including Ayurvedic medicines) @ Rs. 0.06 per camp

20

12.00

4.

Distribution of spects (Only for cataract camps – 200 spects for each camp @ Rs. 0.07 per camp)

5

0.35

5.

Daily Allowance for staff members (concerned staff) @ Rs. 0.07 per camp

20

1.40

6.

Tentage (Subject to actual expenditure and availability of school rooms) @ Rs. 0.10 per camp

20

2.00

7.

Other Misc. expenditure @ Rs. 0.05 lacs per camp

20

1.00

 

G. Total

 

19.95

        Or Say- Rs. 20.00 lacs

Health Awareness Programme

General Health Camps are not enough to cope with the health problem in the area. It is necessary that there should be general awareness among the mases about general health care. MDA has decided to prepare and educate groups of SHG members. These groups will be imparted training for general health care awareness for onward educating the people of the area especially the poor SHG members through street plays, wall writing, leaflets, posters, theme camps, exposure visits and training to school teachers and students. Further, to educate the people for sanitation, there will be programme on Management of bio-dynamic waste. Similarly, programme will also be held to educate the people for personal hygiene practices. General Health Awareness Programme will be run through NGOs who will be implementing this programme establishing their centers/offices in Mewat area. The Agency will pay the rent charges including other office expanses, out of funds unspent balances of the last year.

Budget Provision for General Health Awareness Programme-2006-07

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

I

Operating Cost

 

 

1.

Training to Health Animators (Educated SHG Members) 120 Animators per block for 10 days @ Rs. 100/- per member in all six blocks

120

1.20

2.

Honorarium to trainers/Resource Persons (3 Resource Persons @ Rs. 500/- per hours including Traveling Allowance)

180

0.90

3.

Tool Kits to Animators after training @ Rs. 500/- per kit.

120

0.60

4.

Other expanses for conducting the training i.e. Reading Material, Modules, Stationary, seating arrangements etc. @ Rs. 10,000/- per training

L/S

0.60

5.

Honorarium to Animators for imparting to SHGs one Animator will cover atleast 10 SHG for 3 days @ Rs. 125/- per day.

1200

4.50

6.

Awareness Camps through Street Play, Wall writing, theme camps etc. 6 camps per block @ Rs. 5000/- per camp.

36 Camps

1.80

7.

School Teachers Training on Health Education 100 Teachers per block in 4 trainings of two days each @ Rs. 125/- per day per trainee

600 Teacher

1.50

8.

School Children Education on Health through Theatre plays and competition etc. (3 plays per block @ Rs. 8000/- per play)

18 Plays

1.44

9.

Programme on Health, Sanitation and Gender Sensitization. (One workshop per block of two days @ Rs. 15000/- per workshop)

6 Workshop

0.90

10.

Programme on Bio-dynamic waste management for hygiene health (One programme of one day in each block per month covering maximum SHG Households @ Rs. 1500/- per camp)

66 camps

0.99

11.

Printing Expanses of Leaflets, Handouts, Charts and other reading material on Health issue

L/S

2.00

12.

Exposure of Animators & other functionaries @ Rs. 25000/- per block

L/S

1.50

13.

Other misc. charges @ Rs. 15000/- per block

L/S

0.90

 

Total

 

18.83

 

7% Administrative Cost

 

1.31

 

Grand Total

 

20.14

B.         Management Cost for General Health Awareness Programme. 

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Outlay (Rs. in lacs)

1.

Honorarium to Project Coordinator @ Rs. 9000/- p.m.

1.08

2.

Honorarium to Six Block Coordinators @ Rs. 7000/-p.m.

5.04

3.

Honorarium to six Health Facilitators @ Rs. 3000/-p.m.

2.16

4.

Honorarium to one Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m.

0.66

5.

Honorarium to one Assistant @ Rs. 3000/-p.m.

0.36

6.

Conveyance Charges L/S

0.60

 

Total

9.90

Total (A+B)       20.14+9.90      =          Rs. 30.04 lacs          Or say-     Rs. 30.00 lacs

3.       Community Works

Budget provision of Community Works Component-2006-07 

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Construction of Class Rooms, Boundary Walls, Toilets & other development works in Govt. and Private Schools as well.

L/S

50.00

2.

Construction of Sheed Chowk intersection Delhi-Alwar Road at Nuh Town

L/S

10.95

3.

Renovation of community Hall, Kherla

L/S

13.95

4.

Repair of Residential Housing Board Colonies at Nuh, F.P. Jhirka and Nagina

L/S

25.10

5.

Construction of Transit Hostel

01

50.00

 

Total

 

150.00

4.       Sports

There are many young talents in the region who need guidance and support for their exposure in sports. It is essential to develop sport spirit among school children and SHG women in Mewat area. Therefore, it has been considered to organize sports tournaments at block & Inter block school level during the year under plan. During the year 2005-06, the sports meet were organized in Mewat area and there was encouraging response from SHG women who participated in different game activities in large number. This trend, if continued and games are made popular, general health of women would definitely improve to a satisfactory level. Therefore, MDA has decided to continue the sports events for the current year 2006-07.

Budget Provisions of Sports Component-2006-07.      

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Block Level Tournaments (for boys & girls and SHG women) for leveling of grounds, prize money, bus fare, breakfast, honorarium to coaches, publicity & other contingent charges. @ Rs. 2.00 lacs per Model School.

6 Schools

12.00

2.

Mewat Level Tournament: Contingent charges for the activities as mentioned above @ Rs. 3.00 lacs (Rotational basis)

1 School

3.00

 

Total

 

15.00

5.       Agriculture

The Agricultural productivity in Mewat region is still considerably low due to rain fed farming, brackish under ground water, negligible canal irrigation and lack of adoption of improved farm practices.

In order to increase farm productivity, main emphasis will be laid on soil health through green manuring, reclamation of soil, control of pest and diseases on mustard crop, change of crop rotations (pulse crops) and diversification in agricultural and horticultural crops.  

                                                       

Organic farming is the need of the day and the farmers in Mewat area are required to convince to grow crops without chemicals. As such, it is considered to introduce the concept of organic farming with the help of biofertilizers and vermi composting. 

The cultivation of aromatic and medicinal plants` farming occupy prime place in fetching of remunerative prices in National Capital Region. Keeping this in view, provision has been made to encourage cultivation of aromatic and medicinal plants during this plan.

To minimize the cost of production, it is emphasized that farmers including SHG women should be imparted convergence training for adopting low cost technology & promotion of crops which consume less quantity of water.

Budget provisions of Agriculture Component--2006-07.

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

A.

Watershed works

 

 

1.

Reclamation of soils (Percolation embankments, bunding, gully plugs, application of gypsum and other  treatments as per departmental norms & technical approval. 

30 Nos.

30.00

2.

Convergence training to farmers @ Rs. 100/- per farmer

1500

1.50

3.

POL & other contingent charges

L/S

0.50

 

Total

 

32.00

B.

Horticulture Works

 

 

1.

Technical inputs (slips/seeds) for aromatic and medicinal plants @ Rs. 4000/- per acre

20 acre

8.00

2.

Technical inputs (Hybrid/Improved seeds) for vegetables & flowers @ Rs. 10000/- per acre

110 acre

11.00

3.

Technical inputs for mmushroom cultivation @ Rs. 20000/- per unit

25 units

5.00

4.

Planting material at Nursery (Pinangwan)

L/S

1.00

5.

Technical inputs (seedlings) for Guava, Ber, Anwla, Citrus fruits etc. @ Rs. 1000/- per acre

100 acre

1.00

6.

Repair of Poly Green House at Nursery

L/S

0.50

7.

Repair of Training Centre at Nursery (as per estimate)

L/S

1.75

8.

Training & Exposure of SHGs on Kitchen gardening & Horticulture crops @ Rs. 100/- per SHG members.

1500 women

1.50

9.

POL charges & maintenance of vehicles

One jeep

0.25

 

Sub Total

 

30.00

C.

Agriculture Activities

 

 

1.

Technical inputs (Hybrid/Improved seeds) for Green manuaring @ Rs. 150/- per acre

600 Acre

0.90

2.

Technical inputs (Hybrid/Improved seeds) for Pulse crops @ Rs. 400/- per acre

1000 acre

4.00

3.

Vermi Composting @ Rs. 1000/- per pit through SHG

50 pits

0.50

4.

Dusting machines/spray pumps for spraying pesticides on pulse crops @ Rs. 300/- per unit

400 units

1.20

5.

Pest & disease management in sarsown @ Rs. 490 per acre

1000 acre

4.90

6.

Organic farming-distribution of bio-fertilizers @ Rs. 50/- per acre

4000 acre

2.00

7.

Convergence training & exposure to SHG members & other farmers @ Rs. 100/- per farmer per day or the actual fare

3000 farmers

4.00

8.

POL & other contingent charges

L/S

0.50

 

Sub Total

 

18.00

 

Grand Total (A+B+C)

 

80.00

6.       Animal Husbandry 

After agriculture, dairy farming is the main subsidiary occupation of people in Mewat area. Milk yield can be increased with better health & balanced nutritional diet of milch cattles. Like last year, the Agency has made a provision of Rs. 20.00 lacs for mass deworming, mineralization, vaccination against FMD and other infectious diseases and convergence training to SHG women and milk producers. 

          To strengthen the movement of Women Empowerment, more Milk Cooperative Societies will be formed exclusively for SHG women for which provision of Rs. 1.50 lacs has been made under the component during the current year. Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry in association with Milk Chilling Centres, SHG Federation and NGOs will form the Milk Co-Operative Societies of SHG women.  

Budget Provisions of Animal Husbandry Component-2006-07

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Mass Deworming

30000 animals

6.00

2.

Mass Mineralization

5000 animal

5.00

3.

F.M.D.& other vaccination

32000 animals

3.00

4.

Convergence training & exposure to SHG women and milk producers @ Rs. 100/- per person or the actual expanses

3000 persons

3.00

5.

Formation of SHG Milk Cooperatives. Convergence training to newly formed society members @ Rs. 100/- per head.

1500 persons

1.50

6.

POL & other contingency i.e. Mobile Van

L/S

1.50

 

Total

 

20.00

7.       Industrial Training 

There are three Industrial Training Institutes, two Vocational Training Centres and one Polytechnic Institute in Mewat region. To popularize the vocational trainings among Meo youths, some financial help will be provided by way of providing tool kits to 2000 poor trainees & stipend to merit holders at each institute.

Budget Provision of Industrial Training Component -- 2006-07.

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Stipend to Merit holders of ITI & Vocational Training Centres

 

2.00

2.

Provision of tool kits @ Rs. 400/student for 2000 students

2000 students

8.00

 

Total

 

10.00

8.       Community Development 

Mewat Area Development Project, financially aided by IFAD, Rome, has been implemented during the period 1995-96 to 2004-05. The Project closed on 31.3.2005. The Component of Community Development (Women Empowerment) has given substantial growth and pace to the movement of Self Help Groups in Mewat area. After MADP, the programme of women empowerment, under the component of community development, has been continued under On-Going Schemes (State funded). Till August, 2006, in 491 villages, 2195 SHGs have been formed associating 29766 women from different sections of the society. The following are the details of achievements of SHGs upto October, 2006.

S.N.

Particular

Unit

Achievements

1

Total No. of Village

No.

491

2

Covered Village

No.

478

3

Total No of SHGs

No.

2195

4

Total Members

Person

29766

5

Total Saving

Rs. in crores

5.59

6

Amount of Loan issued (Inter-loaning)

Rs. in crores

24.29

7

No. of Loans

No.

32537

8

No. of SHGs issued Loans (Inter-Loans)

No.

1827

9

Amount Repaid

Rs. in crores

19.34

10

Interest Collected

Rs. In crores

2.53

11

Credit from Bank

Rs. In crores

4.69

12

No. of Benefited SHGs (Bank Credit)

No.

1306

13

Matching Grant to SHG by MDA

Rs. in crores

1.01

14

No. of Benefited SHGs (Matching Grant)

No.

1295

15

Group Development Fund

Rs. in crores

0.93

16

No. of Benefited SHGs (GDF)

No.

1781

Budget Provision of Mahila Vikas Bank—2006-07

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

1.

Honorarium of Bank manager @ Rs. 6000/-p.m. for six months

1

0.36

2.

Honorarium of Assistant bank manager @ Rs. 3000/-p.m. for six months

1

0.18

3.

Corpus fund to the SHG Federation @ Rs. 4.00 lacs

1

4.00

4.

Contingent charges for the purchase of Account Books & other material

L/S

0.34

5.

Rent for Vikas Bank premises @ Rs. 2000/- p.m. for six months

1

0.12

 

Sub Total

 

5.00

 

7% administrative cost on 24.70 lacs

 

0.35

 

Grand Total

 

5.35

 

Budget for MSEDS--NGO (Community Development) for 2006-07

(Blocks-Punhana and Ferozepur Jhirka)

(Rs. in lacs)

S.N.

Name of Post

Physical Target

Outlay

I.

Personnel

 

 

A.

Staff

 

 

1.

Project Coordinator @ Rs. 9000/-p.m. for 12 months

1

1.08

2.

Manager Resource Centre @ Rs. 8000/-p.m. for six months

2

0.96

3.

Block Coordinator @ Rs. 7000/-p.m. for 12 months

2

1.68

4.

Community Dev. Organizer @ Rs. 6000/-p.m. for 12 months

10

7.20

5.

Office Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

6.

SHG Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

7.

SHG Trainer @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

8.

Helper for Resource Centre @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 6 months

2

0.24

9.

Rent for Project Office @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 12 months

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

13.38

B.

Vehicle Operating Cost

 

 

1.

POL & other repair charges for 14 Motor Cycles @ Rs. 1500/-per vehicle per month

14

2.52

2.

Conveyance allowance to others @ Rs. 500/- per month

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

2.76

 

Total (A+B)

 

16.14

II.

Training

 

 

1.

Book Writing for 1000 persons @ Rs. 100/- per day

1000 persons

1.00

2.

SHG Training for 4000 members @ Rs. 100/- per day

4000 persons

4.00

3.

SHG & staff of MDA, NGO & Federation-Exposure

500 persons

5.00

4.

Community Resource Team Training @ Rs. 100/- per day

100 persons

1.00

5.

Convergence workshop of bankers (L/S)

50 persons

0.10

6.

Convergence workshop of Mahila Bank & Resource Centre Management (L/S)

100 persons

0.20

 

Sub Total

 

11.30

III.

Community Projects

 

 

1.

Matching Grant to SHG @ Rs. 8000/- per SHG

60 group

4.80

2.

GDF to 200 groups as per rating

200 group

5.34

3.

SHG Auditing for 800 groups @ Rs. 200/- per group

800 group

1.60

4.

Repair/Maintenance of Dish Antenna & sewing machines

L/S

1.00

 

Sub Total

 

12.74

 

Total (I+II+III)

 

40.18

 

7% administrative cost on 24.70 lacs

 

1.68

 

Grand Total

 

41.86

 

Budget for SPYM—NGO (Community Development) for 2006-07

(Blocks-Nagina and Hathin)

S.N.

Name of Post

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

I.

Personnel

 

 

A.

Staff

 

 

1.

Project Coordinator @ Rs. 9000/-p.m. for 12 months

1

1.08

2.

Manager Resource Centre @ Rs. 8000/-p.m. for six months

2

0.96

3.

Block Coordinator @ Rs. 7000/-p.m. for 12 months

2

1.68

4.

Community Dev. Organizer @ Rs. 6000/-p.m. for 12 months

10

7.20

5.

Office Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

6.

SHG Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

7.

SHG Trainer @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

8.

Helper for Resource Centre @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 6 months

2

0.24

9.

Rent for Project Office @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 12 months

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

13.38

B.

Vehicle Operating Cost

 

 

1.

POL & other repair charges for 14 Motor Cycles @ Rs. 1500/-per vehicle per month

14

2.52

2.

Conveyance allowance to others @ Rs. 500/- per month

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

2.76

 

Total (A+B)

 

16.14

II.

Training

 

 

1.

Book Writing for 1000 persons @ Rs. 100/- per day

1000 persons

1.00

2.

SHG Training for 4000 members @ Rs. 100/- per day

4000 persons

4.00

3.

SHG & staff of MDA, NGO & Federation-Exposure

500 persons

5.00

4.

Community Resource Team Training @ Rs. 100/- per day

100 persons

1.00

5.

Convergence workshop of bankers (L/S)

50 persons

0.10

6.

Convergence workshop of Mahila Bank & Resource Centre Management (L/S)

100 persons

0.20

 

Sub Total

 

11.30

III.

Community Projects

 

 

1.

Matching Grant to SHG @ Rs. 8000/- per SHG

60 group

4.80

2.

GDF to 200 groups as per rating

200 group

5.34

3.

SHG Auditing for 800 groups @ Rs. 200/- per group

800 group

1.60

4.

Repair/Maintenance of Dish Antenna & sewing machines

L/S

1.00

 

Sub Total

 

12.74

 

Total (I+II+III)

 

40.18

 

7% administrative cost on 24.70 lacs

 

1.68

 

Grand Total

 

41.86

 

Budget for DST—NGO (Community Development) for 2006-07

(Blocks--Nuh and Taoru)

S.N.

Name of Post

Physical Target

Outlay

(Rs. in lacs)

I.

Personnel

 

 

A.

Staff

 

 

1.

Project Coordinator @ Rs. 9000/-p.m. for 12 months

1

1.08

2.

Manager Resource Centre @ Rs. 8000/-p.m. for six months

2

0.96

3.

Block Coordinator @ Rs. 7000/-p.m. for 12 months

2

1.68

4.

Community Dev. Organizer @ Rs. 6000/-p.m. for 12 months

10

7.20

5.

Office Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

6.

SHG Accountant @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

7.

SHG Trainer @ Rs. 5500/-p.m. for 12 months

1

0.66

8.

Helper for Resource Centre @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 6 months

2

0.24

9.

Rent for Project Office @ Rs. 2000/-p.m. for 12 months

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

13.38

B.

Vehicle Operating Cost

 

 

1.

POL & other repair charges for 14 Motor Cycles @ Rs. 1500/-per vehicle per month

14

2.52

2.

Conveyance allowance to others @ Rs. 500/- per month

 

0.24

 

Sub Total

 

2.76

 

Total (A+B)

 

16.14

II.

Training

 

 

1.

Book Writing for 1000 persons @ Rs. 100/- per day

1000 persons

1.00

2.

SHG Training for 4000 members @ Rs. 100/- per day

4000 persons

4.00

3.

SHG & staff of MDA, NGO & Federation-Exposure

500 persons

5.00

4.

Community Resource Team Training @ Rs. 100/- per day

100 persons

1.00

5.

Convergence workshop of bankers (L/S)

50 persons

0.10

6.

Convergence workshop of Mahila Bank & Resource Centre Management (L/S)

100 persons

0.20

 

Sub Total

 

11.30

III.

Community Projects

 

 

1.

Matching Grant to SHG @ Rs. 8000/- per SHG

60 group

4.80

2.

GDF to 200 groups as per rating

200 group

5.34

3.

SHG Auditing for 800 groups @ Rs. 200/- per group

800 group

1.60

4.

Repair/Maintenance of Dish Antenna & sewing machines

L/S

1.00

 

Sub Total

 

12.74

 

Total (I+II+III)

 

40.18

 

7% administrative cost on 24.70 lacs

 

1.68

 

Grand Total

 

41.86

 Income Generating Programme for SHG Women

Mewat District, Haryana-2006-07

Budget for ICWC—NGO (Income Generating Activities) for 2006-07

 A.                                             Candle Making

Duration of Course                                                         1 month

No. of Trainees                                                             30

No. of batches                                                               Two Batches per block per activity

Operating Cost

Honorarium to trainees @ Rs. 5500 PM                           5,500.00

Honorarium to Assistant Trainer @ Rs. 3000 PM              3,000.00 

Honorarium to Attendant @ Rs. 2000 PM                         2,000.00

Cost of Raw Material                                                      5,000.00

Cost of Equipment                                                         7,000.00

Stipend to trainees @ Rs. 300 for 30 trainees                  9,000.00

Rent for the building @ Rs. 1000/-                                  1,000.00

Contingency                                                                  2,000.00

Exposure & Workshop                                                    5,000.00

Stationary & reading material                                         2,000.00

                                                                        --------------------------

                                    Total                                     40,500.00

                        7% administrative Cost                       2,835.00

                                                                        -------------------------

                                                                                 43,335.00

                                                                        -------------------------

            For 12 batches                                           5,20,020.00

                                                                        ------------------------

B.                                 Embroidery, Cutting & Tailoring

Duration of course                                                         6 months

No. of Trainees                                                             30

No. of Batches                                                               One batch per block

Operating Cost

Honorarium to trainer @ Rs. 5500 PM                             33,000.00

Honorarium to Assistant Trainer @ Rs. 3000                   18,000.00

Honorarium to Assistant (Attendant) @ Rs. 2000             12,000.00

Cost of Raw material                                                     20,000.00

Cost of Equipment (Hired)                                              30,000.00

Rent for Centre @ 1000                                                    6,000.00

Stipend to trainees @ Rs. 300 PM                                   54,000.00

Exposure & workshop                                                     20,000.00

Stationary & reading material L/S                                   9,000.00

Contingency L/S                                                             9,000.00

                                                                        -----------------------------

                                                                                  2,11,000.00

            7% implementation Charges                              14,770.00

                                                                        -----------------------------

                                                                                  2,25,770.00

            For 6 Batches                                               13,54,620.00

                                                                  -----------------------------           

C.                                                         Food Processing

No. of Trainees                                                                                     30

Duration of course                                                                                 3 months

No. of Batches                                                                                       One batch per block

Operating Cost

Equipments machinery Hired Charges @ 12, 000 per batch                       12,000.00

Cost of Raw material @ 8000 per batch                                                     8,000.00

Honorarium to trainer Rs. (5500 per month)                                            16,500.00

Honorarium to Asst. Training @ Rs. 3000 per month                                  9,000.00

Rent of premises for training @ Rs. 1000 PM                                             3,000.00

Stipend to trainees (300 per batch for 30 trainers)                                  27,000.00

Tool Kits to trainees after Course @ Rs. 200 per head                               6,000.00

Honorarium to attendant @ Rs. 2000 per month                                        6,000.00

Stationary                                                                                              5,000.00

Packaging @ Rs. 5000 per batch                                                              5,000.00

Contingency Rs. 5000 per batch                                                               5,000.00

Workshop & exposure visit                                                                     20,000.00

                                                                                                ----------------------------

                                                                                                       1,22,500.00

            7% administrative Cost                                                             8,575.00

                                                                                                ----------------------------

                                                                                                       1,31,075.00

                                                                                                ----------------------------

         For 6 batches                                                                   7,86,450.00

                                         


                                                             
Mewat Papad

Training of Food Processing

D.                                                         Handicraft

Duration of course                                                                     3 Months                                  

No. of Batches                                                                           one batch per block

No. of trainees                                                                          30 SHG Members

Operating Cost                                                                                     

Honorarium to trainer @ Rs. 5500 PM for 3 months                                  16,500.00        

Honorarium to Assistant Trainer @ Rs. 3000/-p.m.                                   9,000.00

Honorarium to Assistant (attendant) @ Rs. 2000 PM                                  6,000.00

Cost of Raw material (L/s)                                                                     20,000.00

Cost of Equipment (Hired) (L/S)                                                             20,000.00

   Rent for centre @ 1000 PM                                                                       3,000.00

Stipend to trainees @Rs. 300                                                                  27,000.00

Exposure & workshops (L/s)                                                                   20,000.00

   Stationary & reading material                                                                  5,000.00

   Contingency                                                                                            5,000.00

                                                                                                   -----------------------------

                                       Total                                                            1,31,500.00

               7% Administrative Cost                                                              9,205.00

                                                                                                   -----------------------------

                                                                                                           1,40,705.00

                                                                                                   -----------------------------

               For 6 batches                                                                       8,44,230.00

                                                                                                   ----------------------------

Handicraft prepared by SHG Women

E.                                                         Market Linkage

     Duration 12 Months

Salary of one marketing manager @ 7000 PM                                           84,000.00

 

Salary of one sales manager @ 6000 PM                                                  72,000.00

 

Salary of one assistant sales manager @ 5500 PM                                    66,000.00

 

Salary of one attendant @ 3000 PM                                                         36,000.00

 

Rent for emporium @ Rs. 7000 PM                                                          84,000.00

 

Transportation chargers L/S                                                                   60,000.00

 

Contingency Exp. L/S                                                                             20,000.00

                                                                                                ---------------------------                                                                          Total                      4,22,000.00

                                                7% administrative Cost                        29,540.00

                                                                                                ---------------------------

                                                                                                        4,51,540.00

                                                                                                ---------------------------

F.                                   Office Management

Salary of one project coordinator @ Rs. 9000 PM                         1, 08,000.00

 

Salary of one Asst. Project Coordinator @ Rs. 8000 PM                    96,000.00

 

Salary of Four Block Coordinator @ Rs.7000 PM                           3, 36,000.00

 

Salary of one Assistant @ Rs. 3000 PM                                            36,000.00

 

Salary of Four sales coordinator @ Rs.5500 PM                            2, 64,000.00

 

Rent for project office @ Rs.2000 PM                                              24,000.00

 

Salary of one accountant @ Rs. 5500 PM                                         66,000.00

 

Traveling allowance L/S                                                             1, 00,000.00

 

Contingency      Rs. 1000 PM                                                          12,000.00

                                                                                                ------------------

                                                                        Total--           10, 42,000.00

                                                                                                ------------------

 

Grand Total- A+B+C+D+E+F

 

7,86,450/-+13,54,620/-+5,20,020/-+8,44,230/-+4,51,540/-+10,42,000/-=

 

Rs. 49,98,860/- or Say Rs. 50.00 lacs.

 

9.       Mewat Development Agency--Management

          The Mewat Development Agency during the Plan year 2006-07 under On-Going Schemes is going to implement through line departments and NGOs various schemes like health, education, sports, agriculture, livestock, community development, community works and industrial training etc. The proposed outlay of Rs. 60.00 lacs under Management includes salary & wages of the MDA staff, office running cost & other contingency & monitoring expanses.

          The Mewat Area Development Project has since been closed on 31st March 2005, evaluation of the work undertaken under this project, requires to be assessed and evaluated. The Haryana Institute of Public Administration, Gurgaon has been assigned this job which is likely to be completed during the first quarter of Plan Year-2006-07. 

The following budget provisions have been made for Management Cost.

                                                (Rs.in lacs)

S. N.

Component/Scheme

Unit

Outlay

I.

Recurrent Costs

 

 

A.

Component Salaries & Wages

 

 

i.

Chief Executive Officer

Staff

4.00

ii.

Senior Officers

-do-

8.00

iii.

Accountants/Stat./ Asstt./Dy. Supdt.

-do-

9.45

iv.

Other Clerical Staff

-do-

6.50

v.

Drivers

-do-

3.75

vi.

Peons /Chowkidar

-do-

4.45

vii.

Other Exp. (TA,LS,PC&LTC) wages & CPF etc.

L/S

5.00

 

Total-A

 

41.15

B

Office Running Costs

 

 

I

Misc. (Audit fee. Legal fee etc.)

L/S

4.00

ii.

Printing & Stationery

L/S

1.00

iii.

Postage & Telegrams

L/S

0.80

iv.

Telephone /Fax

L/S

1.70

v.

Advertisement Exp.

L/S

0.70

vi.

Repairs & Maintenance

L/S

1.00

vii.

Electricity & Water

L/S

0.90

 

Total-B

 

10.10

C.

Vehicle Operating Cost

 

 

i.

Vehicle Repair

L/S

2.10

ii.

Vehicle Running Costs

L/S

6.65

 

Total-C

 

8.75

 

Total (A+B+C)

 

60.00

 10.       Monitoring and Evaluation

(i).    To monitor the working of various components/schemes implemented through Line Departments and NGOs, MDA would be required to have a monthly/quarter/annually report on physical and financial achievements from respective NGO/Line Departments in the performa prescribed below:-

S.N.

Scheme

Unit

Physical Achievements

Financial Achievements

Remarks

Target

During the month

Progress Total

Target

During the month

Progress Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(ii).  The work assigned to Line Departments, NGOs and Federations would be got evaluated by MDA on its completion through expert agencies. The Line Departments/NGOs and Federations associated with implementation of On-Going Schemes are required to obtain prior approval of the Competent Authority in MDA in each case separately before making any purchase/expenditure. Purchases will be made through a committee. Project Officer and Accounts Officer or his representative will be the members of the purchase committee.

(iii).   The expenditure incurred out of the funds released from budgetary funds under the scheme 2006-07 would be subject to accounting procedures & practices as laid down in Mewat Development Agency and other rules/regulations/directions.

(iv).   All concurred Line Departments/NGOs would submit audited accounts and trial balances at the close of financial year, within one (week).