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Title: STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION FIELD OBSERVATIONS-July


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STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATIONFIELD OBSERVATIONS-July0
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Centre for Planning, Monitoring and
Evaluation National Institute of Rural
Development Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-30
RKVY
Dr.S.RajakuttyProfessor Head, CPME
2
States visited-20
  • Tamilnadu
  • West Bengal
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Orissa
  • Uttaranchal
  • Kerala
  • Haryana
  • Sikkim
  • Bihar
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Karnataka
  • Jharkhand
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Gujarat
  • Punjab
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Maharastra
  • Rajasthan

3
RKVY Implementation some positive signals
  • Things have started moving in many states in the
    release of Money- state allocation to agri has
    seen jump
  • RKVY induced initiative to formulate a cohesive
    and integrated approach
  • Enthusiastic response particularly in the
    districts due to improved resource availability
  • Agri Universities gained significant space in
    Agri planning and growth
  • Initiatives for production oriented activities-
    effect may be felt this year
  • Tamil Nadu SRI ,Precision farming, Farm ponds,
    Machinery distribution, Organic farming, E-Agri
    Portal, Land Resource Inventory, breeder seed
    distribution
  • Orissa SRI, Acid soil Mgt, Recruitment of VLW
  • Karnataka Farm Ponds, farmers training
  • West Bengal Breed improvement and vaccination
    (AH) Chhatishgarh SRI, recruitment of VLWs
  • Punjab 46Agri.Machinery service centers,
    Reclamation of degraded soils, Insurance and
    computer chips,FM disease control

4
RKVY Implementation some positive signals-contd
  • H.P Protective cultivation in Green Houses,
    Animal health care, Soil and pesticide testing
    lab
  • Rajasthan Cluster Bean promotion, Seed
    distribution - SRR improved
  • Haryana Organic farming green manure promotion
  • Sikkim Soil and water conservation structures
  • Bihar Animal Health Camp, Kisan Award
  • Uthrakhand Strengthening of Milk Grid-Product
    already in MKT
  • UP recruitment of SMS/Consultants at below block
    level-for 6 GPs
  • Gujarat Ravine and Saline land reclamation
  • Many States have done very good preparatory work/
    activities to give a boost to RKVY
  • Results/Outcomes will be visible by Rabi crop 2009

5
Administrative Arrangement
  • Dept. of Agril. is the nodal Department Nodal
    Agency notified in some states
  • SAMETI (AP, Jharkhand, Bihar, Haryana, HP,
    Punjab),
  • SAMA (Karnataka),
  • IMAGE (Orissa),
  • TAWDEVA (Tamilnadu)
  • District Level. ATMA is notified in some states-
    not in other states
  • No additional staff- consultants in some states
  • Staff vacancies is posing problem in many states
  • Norms for engaging consultants and contract staff
    not evolved in states

6
Fund Release Utilisation
  • Releases depend on approval by SLSC- even then
    full amount not released to many states in
    2007-08 by DAC
  • Funds from GOI was released to states in stages
    up to last week of March 2008.
  • Many States have not received any funds for
    2008-09 pending C-DAP
  • Releases of 2007-08 funds to Implementing Agency/
    Dist. has not taken place in full in most states
    as at 15 July 2008- delay in issue of
    GOs-revalidation
  • Activity oriented funds for simultaneous action
    is not released in some state Pending utilisation
    of expenditure on capital items
  • Many States do not have exact utilisation
    figures for various components

7
Financial Progress Under RKVY (Rs. Crores)
States No.of SLSC Approved Amount Release by DAC Release by States Expenditure
A.P. 3 61.08 61.08 61.08 34.70
Assam 1 142.62 -- -- --
Bihar 1 57.77 57.77 34.79 15.69
Chhattisgarh 1 58.84 52.96 41.52 --
Gujarat 1 243.59 70.85 47.72 41.76
Haryana 1 23.52 21.52 -- --
H.P 1 17.39 16.17 16.17 7.20
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Financial Progress Under RKVY.Contd(Rs.Crores)
States No.of SLSC Approved Amount Release by DAC Release by States Expenditure
Jharkhand 2 55.69 55.69 55.69 --
Karnataka 2 158.00 154.30 98.00 62.86
Kerala 1 60.00 55.01 30.00 --
M.P. 2 105.61 101.12 -- 4.97
Orissa 2 43.89 36.60 28.47 --
Punjab 1 37.95 34.15 34.15 --
Rajasthan 2 71.60 55.76 45.48 --
Sikkim 1 2.77 2.77 1.27 0.75
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Financial Progress Under RKVY-contd (Rs.Crores)
States No.of SLSC Approved Amount Release by DAC Releases by States Expenditure
Tamilnadu 2 153.60 153.60 38.10 6.63
U.P. 1 103.90 103.90 24.65 --
Uttaranchal 1 27.14 27.14 11.59 --
West Bengal 1 59.37 53.43 52.49 5.97
Maharastra 2 142.20 128.20
Mired with some problem
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Utilisation of available Funds
  • Releases made to implementing agencies are
    shown as utilisation by the state
  • Actual utilisation is marginal primarily in
    civil works or capital expenditure
  • Actual crop based- production oriented
    expenditure is marginal.
  • Mode of Fund release-A contentious issue due to
    delay GOI State Govt.(Budget) Treasury route
    too many hassles
  • GOI may release funds directly to an autonomous
    body- a suggestion not fructified in many states
  • Tamil Nadu has authorized Commissioner to release
    fund to avoid delay

11
Monitoring Arrangement for RKVY
  • DAC designed 3 sets of statements to report
    physical financial progress
  • Since very little funds have been utilised,
    these formats have not been used yet in many
    states- no major difficulty
  • A suggestion Project specific formats based on
    specific indicators is needed
  • State level monitoring needs to be intensified-
    more field visits needed. State unit to be
    strengthened
  • Training on designing project based indicators
    is also necessary

12
Arrangement for Preparation of C-DAP
  • This is a weak area in many states
  • Some states have contracted agencies Some states
    yet to begin
  • C-DAP Manual made available in late April was a
    limitation-no orientation to Participatory
    approaches
  • Involving PRIs- very inadequate- not available in
    some states
  • District Plans (BRGF) not ready to integrate
    C-DAP
  • Convergence/ integration is not effective and or
    absent in many C-DAPs
  • Plan Fatigue in the district - BRGF, NREGS,
    C-DAP, NRHM,SREP etc.
  • More Details on the status in next slides

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Agencies for C-Dap Preparation
Sl.No Type of Agency States
1 State Agri.universities T.N, Punjab, Haryana,H.P
2 State Departments Kerala,M.P, Sikkim,Tiripura, West Bengal
3 TSIs M.P,Jharkahand,Mehalaya,Karnataka,A.P, Gujarat,Arunachal,Bihar, U.P, Uthrakhand
4 Not fully decided Rajasthan,Chhtishgarh
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Status of Preparation of C-DAP
State No.of Dists. Completed Nearing completion In progress Likely date
A.P 22 10 - 12 31,August
Assam 27 - - 27 30,November
Bihar 38 - - 38 31,August?
Chatishgarh 18 - - - Not started 30, September ?
Gujarat 26 - 16 10 31,July
Haryana 20 - 20 - 31,July
H.P 12 11 - 1 30 September
Jharkhand 24 - - 24 30, September
Karnataka 29 - 20 9 15,August
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Status of Preparation of C-DAP-contd-2
State No.of Dists. Completed Nearing completion In progress Likely date
Kerala 14 3 11 - 31,July
Maharastra
Mehalaya 7 - - 7 31,August?
M. P 48 48 - - Completed
Orissa 30 - - 30 30,September
Punjab 20 - - 20 December
Rajasthan 33 - - 32 30,September
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Status of Preparation of C-DAP contd-3
State No.of Dists. Completed Nearing completion In progress Likely date
Sikkim 4 - - 4 31,August?
Tamilnadu 29 - 29 - 31,July
U.P 71 - - 71 31, July? Work assigned only in June!!
Uthrakhand 13 - - - Not started Jan 2009
W.Bengal 18 15 2 1 (Annual Plan)
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Inter Sectoral Coordination
  • SLSC in the only forum
  • Dept of Agril. collects the proposals and
    collates and put it to SLSC- Need for a Cell at
    State to scrutinize proposals
  • Even C-DAP did not bring about a change
  • State level nodal Agency may have a
    multi-disciplinary cell for RKVY- a suggestion
    not acted upon
  • ATMA can be enlarged to be the nodal Agency at
    District- no action in several states
  • There is inadequate understanding and willingness
    for convergence- a mind set problem

18
Awareness on RKVY
  • 2007-08 proposals primarily emanated from state
    level- continues so even in 2008-09 proposals as
    CDAPs are not ready
  • District staff know about RKVY but the
    national strategy for agriculture growth-
    alignment is missing
  • Subsidy oriented new projects- outcome
    specification is missing-monitoring visits have
    been used to impress upon this point
  • Concept of integrated and convergent approach
    agreed but feel DC/DMs should play a role to
    break the compartment mind set
  • Within sector convergence also not attempted in
    many districts
  • Flexibility for location specific project not
    seeped in at district level

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Areas of concern
  • Inadequate attention to dry land agricultural
    productivity- pulses and oil seeds seen as
    difficult area
  • Strategies to push productivity in short run not
    adequately visible- more emphasis in the current
    year on infrastructures- SRI, Farm ponds,
    mechanization etc, are some exception in a few
    states
  • Priority for research inadequately reflected
  • Frontier areas of growth potential should be
    focused (bio tech)

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Areas of concern (Cont..)
  • Weak proposals of 2007-08. Needs recasting
    before grounding- No sign of attempting it
  • Fund release delays in the states- direct
    releases favoured
  • Inadequate projects and Innovative projects
    particularly in allied sector
  • Weak Extension machinery
  • Severe staff constraints at grass roots-UP
    Orissa model may be worth emulating

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Thank You
Dr.S.RajakuttyProfessor Head, CPME
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