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DEVELOPMENTAL / WELFARE ACTIVITIES

April, 2011





AGRICULTURE:

Agricultural Scenario:



Training is being provided to farmers for addressing the technology
gaps by organizing Rythu Chaitanya Yatras (RCY) in their respective
villages prepa
ratory to kharif season. It has been decided to organize
the RCYs from 17
-
5
-
2011 to 2
-
6
-
2011 to cover 50,083 habitations in
the State during Kharif 2011.



Government of India have sanctioned 3 new schemes for
development of coarse cereals, Pulses and Oilse
eds in Rainfed areas
namely (i) Initiative for Nutritional Security through Intensive Millets
Promotion (INSIMP), (ii) Integrated Development of Pulse Villages in
Rainfed Areas and (iii) Special Programme on Oil palm Area
Expansion (OPAE) under
Rashtriya K
rishi Vikas Yojana

(
RKVY).



Average rainfall received is 1186.3 mm against the normal of 884.6
mm and the deviation is +34% as on 25
-
04
-
2011. During Rabi 2010
-
11, an area of 42.12 lakh ha has been covered against the normal of
39.26 lakh ha i.e. 107% of th
e normal Rabi area as on 25
-
04
-
2011.
Overall area covered during 2010
-
11 is 128.71 lakh ha.


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During Kharif 2011 it has been planned to cover an area of 89.80 lakh
ha against the normal of 77.87 lakh ha.



During 2010
-
11 total food grain production as per
3
rd

advance
estimate is 195.03lakh MTs.




During 2010
-
11 a quantity of 18.69 lakh qtls of seed was distributed

with a subsidy of Rs. 278.15 crores. For Kharif 2011 it is estimated to
supply a quantity of 16.74 lakh qtls of various crops of seed with a
sub
sidy value of Rs. 235.96 crores.



During 2010
-
11 against the supply plan of 73.70 lakh MTs of
fertilizers a quantity of 71.04 LMTs of fertilizers have been supplied in
all the districts. During Kharif 2011, it has been planned to supply
39.55 LMTs of diffe
rent grades of fertilizers in all the districts.



During 2010
-
11, under Crop loans, Rs.
24,939
crores (95%) is
disbursed against the target of Rs.
26,261
crores and under
Agricultural Term loans, Rs.
8,237

crores (96%) is disbursed against
the target of Rs.
8,538
crores.

Over all achievement under credit
distribution during
the year 2010
-
11,
is Rs. 33,176 crores against the
target of Rs. 34,800 crores (95%).


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POWER SECTOR:



7 hours free agricultural daily supply is being ensured.



There are no scheduled Power
cuts to any sector in the State.



All rural areas are given lighting supply daily 6PM to 6AM.



The average energy met during April, 2011 is 240.75 MU as against
222.12 MU during the same period previous year registering an
increase of 8.39%.



The peak demand
met during April, 2011 is 11579 MW as against
10396 MW during the same period previous year registering an
increase of 11.38%.



Electrification of 14,309 un
-
electrified habitations and 38 lakhs rural
households including 25 lakhs BPL Rural Households at a c
ost of
Rs.827.46 Crores was taken up under Rajiv Gandhi Grameen
Vidyutikaran Yojna (RGGVY).



Out of 2.18 lakhs applications registered under INDIRAMMA for
electrification of urban households 2.17 lakhs urban households have
been electrified.



High Voltage Di
stribution System (HVDS) is already implemented for
6.71 lakh pumpsets out of a total of 28.72 lakh agricultural pumpsets
existing in the State.


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SINGARENI COLLIERIES:



Coal production in April 2011 was 3.506 million tonnes as against the
target of 4.266 mi
llion tonnes with an achievement of 82%.



Company despatched 4.464 million tonnes against 4.656 million
tonnes target with an achievement of 96%. Company met the
requirement of power & cement sectors during the year.



Company achieved 20.335 million cu.mtr
s of overburden (OB)
removal against the target of 23.377 million cu.mtrs representing 87%
achievement.



The productivity in terms of overall Output Per Manshifts (O.M.S.)
was 3.27 tonnes.



There are 24 on
-
going projects in the Company as on 30
th

April 20
11,
which are being closely monitored to ensure their completion as per
schedule.


TRIBAL WELFARE :



The Total Budget Provision for 2011
-
2012 is Rs.1230.10 Cr, which
shows
an increase of Rs.328.51 Cr over the previous year.



An amount of Rs.468.00 Cr was pro
vided in the Budget for
maintaining 599 Ashram Schools and 442 Hostels covering 2.21 lakh
ST boarders towards provision of Diet, Uniform cloth, Bedding

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material, Cosmetics, Note Books etc., Text Books are being supplied
at free of cost by School Education
Department.



About 2.00 lakh ST students are estimated to register for scholarship
during 2011
-
2012 and a budget provision of Rs.196.52 Cr was
provided.



An amount of 44,43 Crores was released towards sanction of post
-
matric scholarships and an amount of Rs
.11.10 Cr is sanctioned
towards arrears.



An amount of Rs.15.40 Crores is provided in the Budget towards
sanction of Pre
-
Matric Scholarships to 8,961 ST children studying in
Tribal Welfare English Medium Schools
-
4, Schools of Excellence
-
3,
Hyderabad Public
Schools
-
2 and in Best Available Schools
-
118,
under private management.



An action plan to implement Economic Support Schemes, including
Employment Generation & Trainings was prepared with an outlay of
Rs.123.27 Cr to benefit 1,78,007 ST families with schem
es based on
agriculture, horticulture, minor irrigation, sericulture, animal
husbandry, fisheries and
Indian School of Business (
ISB) sectors.



Under recognition of Forest Right Act, 3,30,143 claims were received
covering 19,65,741 acres of land. Out of
thi
s
, an extent of 14,45,308
acres was distributed to the 1,67,605 ST claimants. 6,898 title deeds
covering an extent of 22,694 acres is ready for distribution.


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EDUCATION
:

SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN:

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is an effort to universalize elemen
tary
education by community
-
ownership of the school system, aimed at
meeting the demand for quality basic education all over the country.



A review meeting cum workshop was organized on 16.04.2011 with
the Chief Mandal Officers (CMOs) on “Pro
gress in 2010
-
11” and
I
mplementation Plan for 2011
-
12 was also developed.



A five day orientation for State Resource Group/ State Resource
Persons was conducted on Human Rights Education at BIRDY,
Donbosco, Hyderabad from 11.04.2011 to 15.04.2011. A 2
-
day
workshop was co
nducted on preparatory activities for launch of
Website of A P Math Forum from 25.04.2011 to 26.04.2011 at State
Project Office (SPO), Rajiv Vidya Mission (RVM),
Sarva Shiksha
Abhiyan
(SSA), Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.



Workshop on formative evaluation
of
L
earning E
nglish is Fun for
Class I & II

was conducted from 8.4.2011 to 10.4.2011 with 15
Resource Persons and 30 Scripts were developed.



Translation workshop of Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI)
Programmes for class 3
rd

& 4
th

from Telugu to Urdu mediu
m was
conducted from 25.4.2011 to 29.4.2011 with 15 Resource Persons
and 20 Scripts were developed.


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A workshop was organized on 13.04.2011
with
Access & Alternative
Schoolings

(
ALSOs) on “Development of Implementation Plan for
2011
-
12”. A workshop was o
rganized with experts on “Development
of module to organize special training centers for
Out of School
Children (
OSC)”.
An amount of
54.68
lakhs was incurred towards
running of Alternative Innovative Education Centres for Out of School
Children.



All the P
roject Officers were asked to prepare action plan for conduct
of “Badibata” which will commence from 13
th

June, 2011.



A Regional workshop on Right of Children to Free and Compulsory
Education (RTE) Act/Rules was conducted on 23
-
04
-
2011 at
Vishakhapatnam,
East Godavari Districts. Representatives of various
Government departments, Non
-
Governmental Organizations (NGOs),
local bodies etc attended the workshop. RTE and several suggestions
were made by the participants for affective implementation of the
program
me.



A 3 day workshop for developing a training module for orientation of
Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI) functionaries was held from 28
-
04
-
2011 to 30
-
04
-
2011. Select Chief Mandal Officers and Non
-
Governmental Organizations (CMOs&NGOs) participated in the

workshop and the draft material was developed. It is proposed to
take
-
up the orientation of all the Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI)

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functionaries on Right of Children to Free and Compulsory
Education/
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

(RTE/SSA) activities during May,

2011.



Under
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

(SSA), the No. of works sanctioned
during 2010
-
11 was 26882; as against 5004 in 2009
-
2010. No. of
works grounded are 26613 in 2010
-
11 as aginst 4974 in 2009
-
2010.
No. of works completed are 19270 in 2010
-
2011 as aginst

4755 in
2009
-
2010.



Under
Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya

(KGBV) No. of works
sanctioned are 395. Out of the above

385

were grounded
,

292 were
completed and 93 works are in progress. Under National Programme
for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (N
PEGEL) No. of works
sanctioned is 2618.
Out of this

2528
works have been
completed.
An
amount of
1402.97
lakhs was incurred.



4 Urban Residential Schools @ 1 each in Hyderabad, Khammam,
Krishna and Visakhapatnam are being operationalized. Budget has
bee
n sanctioned tentatively for the construction of residential school
buildings in above 4 places.



Data collection of urban deprived children (for about 9550) has been
done in all the Municipal Corporations and Municipalities in the State.
A comprehensive u
rban plan has been submitted to Government of

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India for further instructions to establish either urban residential
schools or special residential training centers for these children.



Rajiv Vidya Mission is supporting 1048 Madarsas out of the total of
1651
in Andhra Pradesh. The total enrolment in these Madarsas is
89093. The total No. of Vidya Volunteers working is 2891.



During the month of April, health check up in schools / KGBVs for out
of school children was conducted by the
Medical Officer Primary
Hea
lth Centre (
MOPHC
)
. The State level officers on School Health
Programme visited districts to monitor the programme and the gaps
identified are being taken care of.



Out of 348 newly sanctioned Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas
(KGBVs) , 331 KGBVs are operat
ionalized with an enrolment of 7247
children. Remaining 17 KGBVs’ will be started during the month of
May 2011. Out of 348

KGBVs 112 sites are identified and

236 sites
are yet to be identified.


SAINIK WELFARE:



Government provides various facilities/ben
efits to Ex
-
Servicemen and
their families like Marriage Grants, Funeral Grants, Monthly Financial
Assistance, Educational Concessions, Hostel Subsidy etc., through
the Special Fund. During the financial year 2010
-
11, total financial
assistance provided to

Ex
-
Servicemen, Widows of Ex
-
Servicemen

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and their dependents from Special fund was Rs.65,19,522/
-

lakhs to
1721 beneficiaries. 391 beneficiaries were assisted with an amount of
Rs.15.28,215/
-

during the month of April 2011.



Government provided Compassio
nate Appointment to one War
Widow and one dependent brother of deceased Soldi
er
killed

in

action d
uring year 2010
-
11. A

total of 15 dependents of martyred
soldiers were provided Compassionate Appointment in the State
Government.


WOMEN DEVELOPMENT AND CHIL
D WELFARE:



Under Integrated Child Development Scheme 53.78 Lakhs
Beneficiaries are covered during the month as against the Physical
Target of 70.60 lakhs beneficiaries per month with an expenditure of
Rs.1157.88 Lakhs, against the Annual Financial Provisio
n of
Rs.65133.17 Lakhs for 2011
-
2012.



Under Supplementary Nutrition Programme 53,82,817 Beneficiaries
are covered during the month as against the Physical Target of
63,33,076 beneficiaries with an expenditure of Rs. 5679.90 Lakhs
against the Budget Provis
ion and Annual Financial Target of
Rs.88658.15 Lakhs.



Under Institutions (W & C) 7,326 Beneficiaries are covered during the
month against the Physical Target of 7,665 beneficiaries with an

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expenditure of Rs.305.00 lakhs against the Annual Financial
Provis
ion of Rs.6230.48 lakhs.



Under Capital outlay construction of Buildings Physical achievement
in April, 2011 is 28 with an expenditure of Rs.92.00 lakhs
as
against
the Annual Target of Rs.2500.00 lakhs.

Disabled & Senior Citizens’:



F
or maintenance of Hostel
s & Homes, an expenditure of Rs.97.45
lakhs was incurred during April, 2011 covering 4215 persons,
against
a total budget provision of Rs.877
.
15 lakhs.



For the

maintenance

of Residential Schools & Junior Colleges,

an
expenditure of Rs.80.41 lakhs was incur
red during April, 2011

as
against a budget provision of RS.873.51 lakhs.



Budget

provision
of Rs.98.00 lakhs has been made for economic
rehabilitation.

MEDICAL & HEALTH
:

Health:

Action taken by the Dept on H1N1:



No. of Treatment centers

established for Swin
e Flu management
in the State


114



80400 doses of Vaccine supplied by
Ministry of
He
alth and Family
Welfare

(
MOHFW
)

for vaccination of Medical Staff. So for 78214
Medical staff vaccinated.


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Rapid Response Teams were formed in each district with Trained
Spe
cialists on H1N1 to review and guide on testing and
treatments
.



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Medical teams function

from DM

& HO office for surveillance
and management of Swine Flu cases in twin cities.

EPIDEMICS & CONTROL MEASURES



245 cases of Acute Diarrhoeal cases are reported f
rom
Chilkalguda Railway Head Quarters of Secunderabad.



No major outbreaks occurred during the month under

National
Vector

Born Disease Control Programme
(NVBDCP)

and
National
Programme for Control of Blindness

(
NPCB
)

Control Measures
:



Epidemics:

Periodica
l Mass awareness campaigns are been
conducted for creating awareness in the community about the
preventive and control aspects of Health, Water Borne and other
seasonal Diseases.



Under NVBDCP
: Intensified Active Surveillance, week wise
calendar of activiti
es released to all the units for strict
implementations , Indoor Residual Spray

(IRS)

with insecticides is
completed in all high incidence villages.
Indoor Residual Spray

(
IRS
)

is also taken up in all Tr
ibal habitations
irrespective o
f
more
than 5
criteria

under

Annual

Parasite Incidence (
API
)
.


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Aarogyasri:



The scheme is implemented in 27,138 villages in 1128 mandals of 23
dist
ricts of Andhra Pradesh State
spread across 0.27 million Sq.km
area covering
20.4 million
Below Poverty Line (
BPL
)

families
encompas
sing 70 million population (84% of population).




A 15 member delegation
consisting of MLAs and senior
officials from

Government of Arunachal Pradesh visited Aarogyasri Health Care
Trust on 19.04.2011 to study Aarogyasri Scheme and its
implementation in
the

State.



Aarogyasri scheme launched in the April 2007 in the
State
to assist
poor patients for their health needs
,

reached
a
record

of
70 lakh
patients
as
on 28.4.2011.
The scheme also crossed a record
of
1
million surgeries / therapies for the identified
938 diseases on
cashless basis.



15 hospitals ha
ve

been inspected by the inspection team in the month
of April 2011. Empanelment and Disciplinary Committee has taken
disciplinary action against 13 hospitals for various deficiencies in
services. During the m
onth 08 hospitals applied online. As on date
329 Multi Specialty Hospitals both under Government & Private sector
has been empanelled.



During the month 698 health camps were held and 1,19,273 patients
were screened. 37,954 preauthorizations done and 35,89
5 Surgeries

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were performed. The preauthorized amount for the surgeries /
therapies for the month is Rs. 91,44,53,745/
-
.




As on 30
th

April 2011, 329 Multi Specialty Hospitals both under
Government & Private sector have been empanelled under the
scheme. A

total of 26,092 health camps were held and 44,32,376
patients were screened since 1
st

April, 2007. 10,11,566 pre
-
authorizations done and 10,03,938 surgeries were performed. The
preauthorized amount for the surgeries / therapies done is
Rs.2841,31,46,647/
-
.


MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT
GUARANTEE SCHEME (MGNREGS):


National Rural Employment Guarantee Act came into effect from 5
th

September,2005. This scheme is being implemented in all rural districts
of Andhra Pradesh with the objective of enhan
cing livelihood security

in
rural areas by providing at
least 100 days of guaranteed wage
employment in a financial year to every rural household willing to do
manual unskilled work.

Recent Decisions

:



Wage Rate increased from Rs.100 to Rs. 121.



Number of
Persondays providing to a household, in a financial year
increased from 100 days to 125 days.



No limit for providing wage employment to SC, ST beneficiaries.


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Exclusive Land Development of SC,STs.



13.9 lakh farmers land, 27.6 lakh acres (both fallow and Cul
tivable)
land with an estimation of Rs. 8634 Cr.
w
as identified for
development.


Status of the Scheme on new initiatives (2011
-
12)

10.7 lakh farmers land, 26.4 lakh acres (both fallow and Cultivable) land
with

an estimation of Rs. 7136 Cr. w
as identified

for development.


The progress on MGNREGS


AP up to the month of
April

-

2011 is as
follows.



For the year

2011
-
12


Cumulative

(Since
Inception)



Total Job Cards issued

18,423

1,20,60,005


Total No. of works sanctioned

4,44,057

-



No. of Works C
ompleted

1,690

15,11,118


Total Expenditure (in Crores)

325

14,872




No. of Households provided wage
employment



11,59,644

91,33,801




No.of Individuals provided wage
employment



19,01,837

1,83,30,066




Total person days generated (In
Crores)



1.43

123.7




Total No. of households
completed 100 days



770

32,50,957





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Average no. of days employment
provided per household


12.36

-




Average Wage rate per day per
person

103.3

89.7






BACKWARD CLASSES WELFARE DEAPRTMENT:



The Department c
elebrated the 185
th

Jayanthi of Jyothiba Phule on
11
th

April 2011 as
State

function. A function was organized on this
occasion at Ravindra Bharathi and Hon’ble Chief Minister was the
Chief Guest.



An amount of Rs.498.80 Crore
s

is provided under Post Matric
Scholarships in the Budget for the year 2011
-
12 with a view to
sanction Post Matric Scholarships to all eligible BC Students on
saturation basis. An amount of Rs. 62.50 Crore has been released up
to the month of April 2011.



An amount of Rs.761.40 Crore
s

i
s provided under Reimbursement of
Tuition Fee to BC Students in the Budget for the year 2011
-
12 with a
view to Reimburse Tuition Fee to all eligible BC Students on
saturation basis. An amount of Rs. 343.60 Crore has been released
up to the month of April
2011.



Similarly with a view to Reimburse Tuition Fee to all eligible
Economically
Backword Class

(
EBC
)

students on saturation basis, an

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amount of Rs.325.00 Crore is provided for the year 2011
-
12. An
amount of Rs. 162.40 Crore
s

has been released up to the

month of
April 2011.



During the year 2011
-
12, Government has allocated an amount of
Rs.17.00 Crore
s

for College Hostels for both Boys and Girls.



During
the year 2011
-
12, Government have

allocated an amount of
Rs.5.15 Crore to 15 study circles in the
Sta
te
, for providing training to
BC students appearing for competitive examinations and for
appearing

for
entrance exams like EA
MCET, EDCET etc.,



SOCIAL WELFARE:



6216 beneficiaries were allotted house sites under Social Welfare
-
Land acquisition Programme fo
r constructing houses under
“Indiramma Programme” during April, 2011.



441201 number of Post Matric Scholarships were disbursed upto
April, 2011 to eligible SC students
.


CIVIL SUPPLIES:

Rachabanda Programme
:

During the Rachabanda Programme 5,46,730 tempora
ry ration cards
along with coupons for three months have been issued for
drawl

of
Essential Commodities.


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Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)


Aadhaar

(April,2011)
:




Under the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) project, a
Unique

Identity Number (Aadhaar) with online authentication will be
provided to all residents to participate in various welfare measures of
the Government. In Andhra Pradesh, in the first phase, a population
of 3 crore residents in (7) districts viz., Hyderabad
, Rangareddy,
Adilabad, East Godavari, Srikakulam, Chittoor and Anantapur would
be enrolled through empanelled agencies. Food and Civil Supplies
Department is nominated
as

the Registrar for implementing the
Unique Identification Numbers (
UID
)

project in An
dhra Pradesh, as
per the norms and standards
of

Unique Identification of India

(
UIDAI
)
.

In the remaining 16 districts the two agencies which are on
board wi
th Civil Supplies Department are doing enrolments on
Aadhaar lines for capturing the demographic and biometric data of
temporary ration card holders, missing card families Null IRIS card
families and also new applicants (applications received during
Rachha
banda programme).

So far, 16,48,537 UID numbers have
been generated in respect of Andhra Pradesh State.


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Smart Card Technology:



Despite the elimination of large number of bogus cards during the
integrated survey, there are complaints regarding misuse of e
ssential
commodities. It is therefore, proposed to use biometric based
authentication by giving smart cards to the citizens. This is currently
being piloted in four districts for (12) fair price shops viz., Karimnagar,
Chittoor, West Godavari and Rangare
ddy. Biometric option leads to
better savings and control. Delivery of ration to eligible beneficiaries
is guaranteed in this arrangement.

Aadhaar based Smart Card:



With a view to ensure that the right person get the right entitlement
without any diver
sion as illegal drawal by others, the State
Government introduced Aadhaar based biometric authentication with
Smart Cards for issuance of PDS Commodities in Maheswaram
mandal of Rangareddy District on pilot basis. The advantages in the
smart card are mul
tifold as its utility is not restricted to drawal of ration
alone but
ca
n

also
be used
for NREGA payments, Scholarships,
Aarogyasri benefits; Pensions; Housing, Self Help Groups; LPG
distribution and many more.



So far 11,867 Smart Cards were issued in Mah
eswaram Mandal
(11,599 of Rangareddy and Kothapalem of Chittoor(268) District.)


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Public Distribution system: (April’2011)

Project

Qty of rice
issued
-
Mts

K.Oil

Kls

Sugar

Mts

P.Oil

Kls

Dal

Mts

Wheat

Mts.

White card

Holders @
4kgs/head &

@Rs.2/Kg

251387 Mts

49656
KLs

9986
MTs

19973
KLs

19973
Mts

2754
MTs

AAY @
35Kgs/card &

@ Rs.2/Kg

54523 MTs






Annapurna @

10Kgs@ free of
cost

932 Mts






Crippled
Weavers@ 25
Kgs@ Free of
cost.

100 MTs







Total

Allotment

for BPL & APL
cards

306942
MTs







Procur
ement of Rice :


Rice procured under

Levy during this KMS

Up to March, 2011 (MTs)

Durin
g the
month (April
-
2011) (MTs)


Total (MTS)

40,21,449

5,29,855

45,51,304



Deepam Scheme:


LPG connections
grounded

Since inception up to
31.3.2011

During the mon
th
(April.2011)

Total

36.87 Lakhs

0.13 Lakhs

37.00 Lakhs



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Subsidy on domestic LPG Refills:


No. of LPG
connections
released by
OMCs up to
30.4.2011

No. of LPG refills
supplied
up to

30.4.2011

for which
subsidy of Rs.
25
claimed by OMCs

Progress in the
month of

April, 2011


Total



No. of
refills

Supplied.


Subsidy
Amount


No. of new

connections

Released




Subsidy
Amount


No. of new

connections

Released

Subsidy
Amount

135.77
Lakhs

1946
Lakhs

584.90

Crores

-

-

-

-



Village Malls established:


No. of FP
Shops

No.of Village
Malls Identified

Up to
31.3.2011

No. of village
Malls Estt.

During
April.2011


Total

44636

2138

0

2138






MINNIE MATHEW
,

Special Chi
ef Secretary to Government,

Genl. A
dmn. (Coordn. GPM&AR) Dept
.