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Title: Land Use Planning for Rural Livelihood Security in Selected Districts of Maharashtra


1

Efficient Land Use Based Integrated Farming
System for Rural Livelihood Security
in Aurangabad, Dhule Gondia Districts of
Maharashtra
(Launch Workshop 15-05-09)
National Bureau of Soil Survey Land Use
Planning NAGPUR 440 010
2
3rd Call in September, 2009 Land Use Planning
for Rural Livelihood Security in Backward
Districts of Eastern Vidarbha (Bhandara
Gondia).
Sl No. Name of the Cooperating Institute (Consortium Partners) Parent Organization Type of Organization
1 Vidarbha Nature Conservation Society (VNCS) - N G O
2 Maharashtra State Remote Sensing Application Centre (MRSAC) Govt. of Maharashtra Others
3 Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidhyapeeth (Dr. PDKV), Akola - State Agriculture University
4 Maharashtra Animal Science Fisheries University (MASFU) - State Agriculture University
5 Directorate of Sericulture Govt. of Maharashtra Others
CONCEPT NOTE APPROVED COMMENTS   Districts to
be taken are Aurangabad, GondIa and Dhule.
Social mobilization, Shri Ganish Gramin Vikas
Shiksharn Sansthan( who have also submitted
CN)may be included as consortium partner. The
proposal should have MPKV, Rahuri for Dhule and
MAU, Parbhani for      Aurangabad district. The
interventions on GondIa should be taken care by
NBSSLU.P. The budget should be limited to Rs
9.0 crores.
3
Full proposal submitted Land Use Planning for
Rural Livelihood Security in Selected Districts
of Maharashtra.
4
COMPLIANCE NOTE ON COMMENTS OF EXPERT GROUP
Land use plan based on soil survey data be prepared and demonstrated in 5-10 of the target area. Soil based land use plan shall be prepared for 5-10 of the target area/farmers and has been added as a common module in the document. (Page 21 and Table 21 through 26)
Any legal implication of intervention on Mahua must be addressed clearly. Discussions held with Forest Department and TDCM officials. Limit of. 5 Kgms. per person for storage of Mahua can be increased with the recommendations of JFM and approval of the Forest Deparatment. In any case if a group of 150 people is formed, the quantity of 750 kg. can be legally arranged.
Scope of intervention on Isabgol may be explored. Interventions on Isabgol have been included in Dhule. (please see annexure IVpage 130)
Restoration of tanks through NREGs should be explored. All efforts will be made to get the work of restoration of tanks done through EGS. Due to a limit of maximum 100 days of work per individual, this may be difficult in the first year if the work has been done for 100 days. Work for the remaining days will be taken up under EGS as convergence.
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The proposal should develop linkages with Tribal Development Corporation of Maharashtra. Two meetings have been held with TDCM officials and they have promised all support.
The marketing of NTFP needs to be strengthened. KVIC and TDCM along with some private agencies will be tied out for marketing of NTFP (page 20)
ES frame work is to be given in revised format. ES framework in revised format is given in annexure II.
Several items in the budget like soil and water conservation measures livestock component drudgery reduction need to be specified. The items like computer digital camera, air conditioner, scanner etc. need to be rationalized. Specific details of expenditure, including cluster wise, area to be treated, number of families, number of livestock, equipments and tools for drudgery reduction have been specified. ( Page 31-56) Items like computer, camera AC etc. have been rationalizedin some cases the prices are different due to model/specifications of the equipment as per the need.
6
RPC APPROVAL - COMMENTS An analysis of weakness
and strength of various ongoing development
programmes in the area may be done. It may be
explained how the proposal addresses these
issues. The outlay of these programmes and
proposed synergy may be included Title is to be
modified. (Name the districts in which the
project will operate in the Title itself) Land
use planning based intervention may be
highlighted. Cluster-wise number of beneficiary
farmers may be indicated. Budget is too high and
needs to be rationalized. Output/ outcome may be
quantified and given against the present value.
Compliance note to the comments is to be
included.
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CONSORTIUM ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CAC)
CHAIRMAN Dr. S.M. VIRMANI
EMINENT SCIENTIST Dr. V.L. DEOPURKAR
STAKEHOLDER Smt. SUREKHA PRAMOD RAHANGDALE
STAKEHOLDER Sh. PANDURANG SALUNKE
CONSORTIUM LEADER Dr. DIPAK SARKAR
PROJECT COORDINATOR Dr. A. P. SRIVASTAVA
MEMBER SECRETARY Dr. ARUN CHATURVEDI,
PMC Title to be changed. Budget on equipments
be rationalised. PROJECT APPROVED
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Efficient Land Use Based Integrated Farming
System for Rural Livelihood Security
in Aurangabad, Dhule Gondia Districts of
Maharashtra
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  • The objectives are
  • To identify constraints and potentials
    influencing the productivity and profitability
    of the existing livelihood systems.
  • To improve the livelihood systems through
    efficient management of soil water resources
    for increasing productivity, profitability and
    diversity of the farming systems.
  • To facilitate enhanced off farm income and
    employment generation (for landless people)
    through complementary/ supplementary
    enterprises, devise appropriate mechanisms
    through institutional linkages and capacity
    building and improve the quality of life through
    drudgery reduction.
  • To formulate a frame work for up-scaling improved
    livelihood matrix in similar domains.

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CONSORTIUM PARTNERS
  • National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use
    Planning (ICAR), Amravati Road, Nagpur - CL
  • Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth (MPKV), Rahuri,
    M.S.
  • Marathwada Agriculture University (MAU),
    Parbhani, M.S.
  • RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, M.S.
  • Shri Ganesh Gramin Vikas Shikshan Sansthan
    (SGGVSS), Gondia, M.S.-(NGO)

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Name of CP Responsibility
NBSSLUP, Nagpur Overall responsibility to coordinate the programme in all the clusters/districts (s) Technical backstopping with respect to NRM activities (soil characterization), evaluation and choice of crops, moisture conservation practices, water harvesting etc. Interventions in Gondia district Planning, monitoring, documentation, establishing linkage with State Government, reporting and liaison with PIU, NAIP
MAU, Parbhani Cluster management in Aurangabad district, farmers training and program implementation in the clusters. Technical support to the project interventions across the clusters in fodder, livestock, water management and horticulture.
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MPKV, Rahuri Cluster management in Dhule district, farmers training and programme implementation in two clusters. Support to all clusters for foundation seed supply. Capacity building of farmers and project staff across clusters on seed production.
RTMNU, Nagpur Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment of NTFP available in the JFM operated forests of the selected clusters for value addition/processing for CPR based livelihoods. Baseline Survey of socio economic variables and inventorisation of ongoing development programmes. Social Audit and other social interventions including Gender Issues.
SGGVS, Gondia Anchoring (social mobilization) in two clusters of Gondia district including all ground level activities like PRA, community enterprises and mobilization and promotion of micro enterprises. Formation of SHG/CIG/LCG and their training/orientation.
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Dhule
Gondia
Aurangabad
Maharashtra
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Selected tehsils in the districts
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  • The main criteria followed for selection of the
    project villages/sites are
  • High Socially Backward (SC and ST) population.
  • Low agriculture wages, household income and
    high migration rates
  • Poor management of natural resources
  • Predominantly rainfed agriculture and neglected
    CPRs.
  • Low agricultural and livestock productivity.
  • Lack of infrastructure and marketing
    facilities.

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District Panchayat/ Villages No. of Households No. of Households Area (ha) Unique feature
Gondiya Cluster-1 Deori Tehsil Cluster-1 Deori Tehsil Cluster-1 Deori Tehsil Cluster-1 Deori Tehsil Cluster-1 Deori Tehsil
Gondiya Salegaon Salegaon 85 841.45 Low productivity of rice due to intermittent dry spells and low fertility of soils. Uneven topography and lack of soil and water conservation measures . Degraded forests and low productivity of livestock. More than 90 percent tribal population. High rate of migration and seasonal unemployment. Lack of infrastructure and credit institutions.
Gondiya Zunzaritola Zunzaritola 22 407.41 Low productivity of rice due to intermittent dry spells and low fertility of soils. Uneven topography and lack of soil and water conservation measures . Degraded forests and low productivity of livestock. More than 90 percent tribal population. High rate of migration and seasonal unemployment. Lack of infrastructure and credit institutions.
Gondiya Kham Talao Kham Talao 21 716.12 Low productivity of rice due to intermittent dry spells and low fertility of soils. Uneven topography and lack of soil and water conservation measures . Degraded forests and low productivity of livestock. More than 90 percent tribal population. High rate of migration and seasonal unemployment. Lack of infrastructure and credit institutions.
Gondiya Cluster-2 Goregaon Tehsil Cluster-2 Goregaon Tehsil Cluster-2 Goregaon Tehsil Cluster-2 Goregaon Tehsil Cluster-2 Goregaon Tehsil
Gondiya Bagadband Bagadband 155 1022.61 Predominantly tribal areas with low agricultural productivity and fertility of the soils. Poorly managed CPR and irrigation facilities. Lack of infrastructure, marketing linkages and credit institutions.
Gondiya Asalpani Asalpani 151 822.06 Predominantly tribal areas with low agricultural productivity and fertility of the soils. Poorly managed CPR and irrigation facilities. Lack of infrastructure, marketing linkages and credit institutions.
Gondiya Gondtimezari Gondtimezari 90 589.20 Predominantly tribal areas with low agricultural productivity and fertility of the soils. Poorly managed CPR and irrigation facilities. Lack of infrastructure, marketing linkages and credit institutions.
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District Panchayat/ Villages No. of Households Area (ha) Unique feature
Aurangabad Cluster 3 Khultabad Tahsil Cluster 3 Khultabad Tahsil Cluster 3 Khultabad Tahsil Cluster 3 Khultabad Tahsil
Aurangabad Kanadgaon (Mahmadpur) Kanakshil 214 275 381.85 661.32 Scarcity of irrigation facilities, low productivity level, low living standard, no agriculture development, lack of enterprises. Lack of irrigation facilities, more drudgery, less horticulture area, low ground water level, medium soil, no livestock development.
Aurangabad Cluster 4 Kannad Tahsil Cluster 4 Kannad Tahsil Cluster 4 Kannad Tahsil Cluster 4 Kannad Tahsil
Aurangabad Ambala Amba Tanda 178 128 1361.00 964.00 Ninety percent tribal population, operating area close to forests. High migration, hilly area low productivity of soil due to high soil erosion. 100 BPL population. High tribal population, poor communication and market facility. High migration and limited livelihood opportunities. High soil erosion. 100 BPL population.
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District Panchayat/ Villages Panchayat/ Villages No. of Households No. of Households No. of Households Area (ha) Area (ha) Unique feature
Dhule Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil Cluster 5 Sakri Tahsil
Dhule Laghadwal and Navagaon Laghadwal and Navagaon 650 650 1260.00 1260.00 1260.00 Undulating topography with absence of soil water conservation measures, low land rice based cropping system. High rainfall (2000 mm approx.) even though shortage of water in summer, 100 tribal area. Majority of soils are shallow with low fertility, livelihood partly dependent on forest, poor economic status, local package of practices for crop management hence low yield, no or low market facilities.
Dhule Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil Cluster 6 Shirpur Tahsil
Zendeanjan and Hated 649 649 1423.52 1423.52 1423.52 Undulating topography at foot hills of Satpuda. Annual rainfall (800 mm approx.), Majority of soils are shallow, with low fertility, no soil water conservation measures, Predominantly cotton based cropping system, 95 tribal area, poor economic status, local package of practices for crop management, low market facilities. Undulating topography at foot hills of Satpuda. Annual rainfall (800 mm approx.), Majority of soils are shallow, with low fertility, no soil water conservation measures, Predominantly cotton based cropping system, 95 tribal area, poor economic status, local package of practices for crop management, low market facilities.
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System of livelihood, critical gaps,
interventions etc.
  • Deori (cluster 1)
  • Livelihood-Rice NTFP
  • Constraints
  • Monocropping, low input agriculture, poor and
    degraded soils and poor water management, lack of
    credit, low literacy, naxalite affected
  • Poor convergence of programmes and schemes to
    address livelihood issues
  • Interventions
  • Establishment of paddy nursery in June (optimum
    utilization of rainwater), SRI method with
    quality inputs at appropriate rate
  • Augmenting income through-Aquaculture (year-round
    employment), fodder development (dairy animals),
    goat rearing and backyard package for nutritional
    security
  • Increased water storage through renovation of
    water harvesting, conservation structures
  • Forming SHG, LCG and CIG to ensure credit
    (micro-finance)
  • JFMC fishing rights, maintenance mechanism for
    SWC structures
  • Value addition to NTFP-plate making machine,
    distillation of khus grass, bamboo-craft, mahua
    flowers (solar dryer) processing and aonla
    (gooseberry)/ber processing.

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  • System of livelihood contd..
  • Goregaon (cluster 2)
  • Livelihood-Rice labour
  • Constraints-
  • Resource poor, fragmented, low holdings, lack of
    credit/access, low literacy, poor water
    management.
  • Interventions
  • Soils and water conservation measures
    community/group to utilize rainwater, specially
    farm ponds
  • Establishment of paddy nursery in June (optimum
    utilization of rainwater), SRI method with
    quality inputs at appropriate rate
  • Dairy development and marketing enterprises
  • Poultry (backyard) and goat rearing for landless
  • Convergence of Hariyali and other ongoing
    programmes

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  • System of livelihood contd.
  • Khultabad (cluster 3)
  • Livelihood-cottonlabour
  • Constraints-
  • Shallow to medium deep soils, low rainfall, no
    irrigation, no other means of income
  • Interventions
  • Improved package for cotton,
  • rainwater harvesting
  • Dairying-fodder development
  • Landless Goat-keeping, poultry
  • Marketing of milk/eggs -linkages

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  • System of livelihood contd.
  • Kannad (cluster 4)
  • Livelihood-cottonlabourforest
  • Constraints-
  • Low rainfall, no irrigation, migration, 100 BPL
  • Interventions
  • Cotton- Improved package of practices for each
    soil type
  • NTFP-forest based interventions
  • Community/groups for rainwater utilization
    specially cement bunds and earthen embankments
  • Dairying-fodder development (stall feeding),
    healthcare
  • Imparting skills-skills in goat-keeping,
    vermi-composting, beekeeping
  • Backyard poultry homestead activities

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  • System of livelihood contd.
  • Sakri (cluster 5)
  • Livelihood-Ricelabour
  • Constraints-
  • Undulating terrain, resource poor hinterlands,
    low literacy, 100 tribal population
  • Interventions
  • Field leveling/terracing
  • Improved package of practices for rice -cropping
    on bunds for managing drought conditions
  • Water resources development for life saving
    irrigation
  • Silvipasture, Isabgol, mahua processing, goat
    rearing
  • Vegetables other produces to take advantage of
    Surat market
  • Convergence with ongoing nutrition security
    programme, schemes of agriculture and forest
    department

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  • System of livelihood contd.
  • Shirpur (cluster 6)
  • Livelihood cotton labour
  • Constraints-
  • Low rainfall, low fertility, shallow soils
  • Interventions
  • Improved varieties of cotton suited to soil types
  • Silvipasture- MPT
  • Capacity building Beekeeping, vermi-composting,
    etc.
  • Drought management through agronomic and water
    conservation measures
  • Livestock improved healthcare, nutrition

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  • Technical programme with milestones
  • Social mobilization aimed at activating
    stakeholders to participate in development
    planning and implementation-PRA document- Second
    Quarter 2009
  • Identifying critical constraints in crop and
    livestock production opportunities for
    diversification- Second Quarter 2009
  • Assessment of soil (detailed soil survey) and
    water resources and potential for rainwater
    harvesting Second Quarter 2009
  • Renovation of community water harvesting
    structures like tanks and defunct wells through
    desilting and efficient recharge techniques,
    dugout ponds on PPRs, interventions on efficient
    use of water.
  • Third and Fourth quarter 2009

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Technical programme
  • Preparation of soil fertility map
  • Second Quarter 2009
  • Quantification of available NTFP and
    identification of potential source
  • Second Quarter 2009
  • Map and report with details on resources status
  • Fourth Quarter 2009
  • Introduction of improved package of agronomic
    practices/crop husbandry (varieties, fertilizer,
    tillage etc.) Introduction of IPM and INM
    activities specific to the cluster based on
    assessment of status of agricultural production
    system and the earlier experiences. Second
    Quarter 2009 till 2011 end.

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  • Technical programme
  • Seed production activities to meet the seed
    requirements of the cluster and promoting the
    concept of seed bank
  • Third and Fourth Quarter 2009 till Fourth
    Quarter 2011
  • Nutrition and health management of livestock,
    introduction of productive breeds, Utilizing
    available biomass through vermi-composting for
    agriculture and feed for livestock
  • Second Quarter 2009 through Fourth Quarter 2011
  • Nutrition and health management of livestock,
    introduction of productive breeds, Development of
    CPRs. Planting MPT
  • Second Quarter 2009 through Fourth Quarter 2010
  • Pisciculture to generate income in water
    harvesting ponds/tanks. Improved breed, health
    improvement, augmentation of fodder activity
  • Second Quarter 2009 continued till Fourth
    Quarter 2010.

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  • Technical programme..
  • Backyard activities including poultry,
    goat-keeping, growing vegetables, plants etc.
    Third Quarter 2009 continued till 2010.
  • Formation of formal and informal management
    groups/SHG for developing backward and forward
    linkages to ensure timely and quality supply of
    inputs and marketing of fishing
    rights/milk/animals etc. Second Quarter 2009
    continued till 2010
  • Formation of LCG- Third Quarter 2009

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  • Technical programme..
  • Training the stakeholders in value addition to
    the NTFP through processing and establishing
    facilities for the same.
  • Third Quarter 2009 continued till 2010
  • Training the stakeholders in value addition to
    the agricultural produce (farm machinery, IPM
    related products, dal mill, preserving vegetables
    etc.) through processing and establishing
    facilities for the same.
  • Third Quarter 2009 continued till 2010

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Milestones
April-Sept 2009 Baseline survey for socio-economic status, natural resources and inventorisation of ongoing development works. Social mobilization, Formulation strategies for implementation of action plan with participation of all stakeholders.
Dec 2009 Introduction of improved agronomic practices and results thereof, PRA document, Cluster-wise constraints Report First crop of aquaculture, SHG/CIG/LCG
June 2009 Village Resource centre, Nearly 50 engineering measures for SWC Livestock healthcare report, INM, IPM report, Establishment of seed bank, marketing linkages
Dec 2009 Micro-enterprises training Quantification of NTFP, linkages with credit institutions
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June 2010 Completion of soil and water conservation measures/rainwater harvesting, income generating activities like vermicomposting, goat-keeping, Feedback on first year of project, review of work done
Dec 2010 Fully functional seed bank, fodder bank, grain bank, dairy production etc.
June 2010 Establishment of micro-enterprises, Full convergence of ongoing state activities, Introduction of second phase of activities INM, IPM etc.
June 2011 Completion of all skill development activities,
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Expected output and outcome
  • Seed replacement ratio (at least 30 acres covered
    under each cluster)
  • Increased cropping intensity (at least 20
    increase)
  • Increased acreage under fodder, MPT (at least 20
    increase)
  • Establishment of pasture/grazing lands (5 acre in
    each village)
  • At least 20 decrease in dependence on external
    agencies for inputs such as seeds, fertilizer,
    chemicals etc.
  • Minimum 20 reduction in expenditure on crop
    care especially usage of chemicals
  • Increase in number of SWC structures and setting
    up of revolving fund for their management
  • Rise in water table/Increased ground water
    recharge
  • Infrastructure improvement
  • Increased number of implements compared to
    baseline data
  • Approx. 20 increase in number of persons
    engaged in self employment (compared to baseline
    data)
  • Increased vegetable production and consumption
  • Social harmony due benefits of collective efforts
  • Rational land use plan based on soil survey
  • Handbook/Bulletin detailing the methodology used,
    problems faced, replicability and sustainability
  • Policy recommendations based on know-how/mode of
    implementation generated.
  • Increased number of animals

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  • Technical programme.
  • Mid-course correction and review of work done
  • Fourth Quarter 2010 and First Quarter 2011
  • Continued technical interventions in a withdrawal
    mode 2011
  • To develop a GIS based CLIS with all bio-physical
    and socio-economic variable linked on the basis
    of plot numbers in the villages.
  • Second Quarter 2009 and updated every year
  • Developing working models for input output
    analysis, and other results obtained during the
    project for an exploratory analytical framework.

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  • Synergistic linkages
  • Apart from major national programmes for rural
    development such as prime-ministers road
    development programme, employment gurantee scheme
    etc., some programmes are specific to the
    clusters in varying stages of action or envisaged
    in near future. Such programmes are listed below
  • Lift irrigation (Minor) scheme for 10-15 acre
    land
  • Deepening of existing wells
  • Housing scheme for aborigines
  • Sewing training and providing machines
  • Awareness Mela/gatherings
  • Brick-kiln- Finance scheme
  • Mushroom cultivation-training and financing
  • Bamboo-craft training
  • Agricultural implements scheme
  • Scholarship for students
  • Ladies empowerment scheme
  • National employment guarantee scheme
  • Local area development fund of MLA, MP
  • Nirmal Gram scheme
  • Conflict free village scheme
  • Schemes by Financial Institutions for credit
    management
  • ATMA programme of agriculture department

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  • Synergy---contd
  • JFMC, EGS,Tribal sub plan (TSP), OTSP, District
    Rural development agency (DRDA), Nutrition
    programme, special component plan, Jawahar Yojna,
    Sarva shiksha, haryali, state agriculture
    department

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  • Uptake plan
  • Involvement of LCG/local government (village
    panchayat) and the Panchayat officials and line
    departments as primary stakeholders from the
    beginning will ensure that the interventions
    initiated will be carried further.
  • Increased productivity, income and sustainable
    livelihood system are expected to keep the
    stakeholders interested to persist with acquired
    skills and technologies.
  • Proper functioning of formal and informal
    management groups in managing backward and
    forward linkages to ensure timely and quality
    supply of inputs and marketing of fishing
    rights/milk/animals etc. is expected due to
    rewards observed over three years.
  • All linkages will be assessed for continuity
    before withdrawal and for corrective actions.
  • Stakeholders will be encouraged to develop
    in-built checks and devise mechanism for external
    intervention if need be in the interest of
    sustenance of livelihood system and its
    replicability in the adjoining area.

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  • Uptake plan
  • Maharashtra has a very old tradition of a strong
    co-operative movement, Self help groups will be
    set up for maintaining the assets created in the
    clusters.
  • A land care group is proposed to be set up
    involving the PRI officials for ensuring the new
    soil/water management structures are maintained
    in the future.

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  • Monitoring Indicators
  • Crop/livestock
  • Irrigation intensity and cropping intensity
  • Crop diversification and productivity of major
    crops
  • Area under newly introduced crops
  • Area under pasture, fodder crops and yield.
  • Productivity of livestock (e.g.milk yield)
  • Area under MPT
  • Resource conservation
  • Number and extent of soil and water conservation
    structures
  • Quantification of water resources developed
  • Extent of waste land brought under pasture/grazing

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  • Socio-economic indicators
  • Additional man-days of employment generated and
    reduced migration
  • Number of self help groups and user groups
    created /trained
  • Drudgery reduction
  • Increase in household income
  • Reduction in number of BPL families

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Sustainability-Auto-kinetic Development
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E and SM framework
  • All efforts will be made to ensure that the
    interventions are in conformity with the local
    agro-ecological settings so that there are no
    negative environmental impacts.
  • All interventions in the Forest systems will be
    carried out with consent of the JFMC and will be
    preceded by a baseline survey of the Optimum
    Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of NTFP.
  • However, as per the checklist, detailed baseline
    environmental profile, environmental impact and
    risk assessment, mitigation strategies and
    monitorable indicators will be prepared by the
    consortium under the guidance of the CAC.
  • The ESM checklist will be used to monitor from
    time to time the impact of project interventions
    on environmental and social aspects.

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Consortium Implementation Committee (CIC)
Sl. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Dipak Sarkar, Director NBSSLUP, CL Chairman
2 Dr. T. N. Hajare, Co-PI, NBSSLUP, Nagpur Member
3 Dr. A. D. Deshpande, Co-PI, MAU, Rahuri Member
4 Dr., N.B. Katare, Co-PI, MPKV, Parbhani Member
5 Dr. A. D. Chaudhuri, Co-PI, RTMNU, Nagpur Member
6 Sh. Vijay Bahekar, Co-PI, SGGVSS, Gondia Member
7 Sr. A.O., NBSSLUP, Nagpur Member
8 Sr. F. A.O., NBSSLUP, Nagpur Member
9 Dr. Arun Chaturvedi, Head, LUP, NBSSLUP, CPI Member Secretary
Consortium Monitoring Unit (CMU)
Sl. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. T. K. Sen, Principal Scientist, Div. of Land Use Planning. Chairman
2 Dr. (Mrs.) Neelima Deshmukh, Director, Centre for Women Studies Development, RTMN University, Nagpur Member
3 Dr. S.D. More, Director (Extn.), MAU, Parbhani Member
4 Dr. H.G. More , Director (Extn.), MPKV, Rahuri Member
5 Dr. S.C. Ramesh Kumar, Senior Scientist (Social Scientist) Member
6. Dr. A.K. Maji, Pr. Scientist Head, RSA Division Member
7. Dr. (Mrs.) C. Mandal, Pr. Scientist I/c, Carto Sec Member
8. Dr. T. N. Hajare, Co-PI, NBSSLUP, Nagpur Secretary
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NBSSLUP In Lakh In Lakh In Lakh
Type of Expen. Budget Head Proposed Budget Budget presented in 19th PMC (13th March, 2009) Revised Budget
A. Recurring TA 41.50000 22.50000 22.50000
A. Recurring Workshop / Meetings etc 8.25000 6.00000 6.00000
A. Recurring Contractual Services 77.42000 93.91200 93.91200
A. Recurring Consultancy Services 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000
A. Recurring Operational Expenses 518.71000 293.60000 312.31000
A. Recurring Sub-Total - A 645.88000 416.01200 434.72200
B.HRD Training 6.50000 5.50000 5.50000
B.HRD Training Consultancy 30.00000 0.00000 0.00000
B.HRD Training to be organized 15.00000 13.00000 13.00000
B.HRD Sub-Total - B 51.50000 18.50000 18.50000
C. Non- Recurring Equipment 103.79000 97.75000 53.35000
C. Non- Recurring Works Renovation 39.00000 26.00000 26.00000
C. Non- Recurring Furniture 4.35000 2.35000 2.35000
C. Non- Recurring Books Journals 42.90000 18.40000 18.40000
C. Non- Recurring Others, animals etc. 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000
C. Non- Recurring Sub-Total - C 190.04000 144.50000 100.10000
D. Institutional Charges D. Institutional Charges 44.65000 30.10670 31.90670
G. T. (ABCD)   932.07000 609.11870 585.22870
BUDGET
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