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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS
LOK SABHA
STARRED QUESTION NO: 112
ANSWERED ON:  11.02.2019
Welfare of Tribals
KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO
Will the Minister of



TRIBAL AFFAIRS be pleased to state:-


(a) whether the Government is planning to make huge budgetary allocation to the tune of Rs. 6000 crore for the welfare of tribals in the country;

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) whether the Government has identified any tribal areas in the State of Andhra Pradesh for the welfare of tribal people in the State and if so, the details thereof; and

(d) the quantum of funds being allocated for each State, particularly Andhra Pradesh?


ANSWER
(a) to (d) : A Statement is laid on the Table of the House.



Statement referred to in reply to Lok Sabha Starred Question No.*112 for answer on 11.02.2019 asked by SHRI KONAKALLANARAYANA RAO , MP regarding ‘Welfare of Tribals’.
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(a) & (b) : During the year 2018-19, Ministry of Tribal Affairs has been allocated ? 6000 crore under various schemes / programmes for the welfare of tribals in the country, as per details given at Annexure-I.

(c) : In order to protect the interests of Scheduled Tribes with regard to land and other social issues various provisions have been enshrined in the Fifth Schedule and the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution. A list of Scheduled Area declared in the State of Andhra Pradesh (including Telangana) is given at Annexure-II. Further, Government of India introduced during Fifth Five Year Plan, institutional and administrative measures such as Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA)/Integrated Tribal Development Project(ITDP) for effective implementation and delivery of services in tribal concentration areas. During Sixth Five Year Plan period, Modified Area Development Approach (MADA) was adopted to cover smaller areas with total population of 10,000 and Scheduled Tribes (ST) concentration of 50% or more. During Seventh Five Year Plan onward, Cluster were identified to cover smaller areas of tribal concentration with minimum total population of about 5,000 and Scheduled Tribes (ST) concentration of 50% or more. In Andhra Pradesh 5 ITDPs/ITDPAs, 41 MADA Pockets and 17 Cluster has been declared/identified, respectively.

(d): Most of the schemes / activities are demand driven. Submission of proposals by the State Governments seeking grants under the ongoing schemes / programmes is a regular phenomenon. Proposals received from the State Governments are placed before the Project Appraisal Committee (PAC) in the Ministry for appraisal and approval of annual plan of the State in accordance with the guidelines / norms stipulated under the schemes/ programmes. The detail of funds released under the schemes of the Ministry is given at Annexure-III.
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Annexure-I
Annexure referred to in reply of part (a) & (b) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No.*112 for answer on 11-02-2019 by SHRI KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO regarding “Welfare of Tribals”.

Statement showing the details of Scheme-wise Allocation of funds during 2018-19 i.e. Budget Estimate, Revised Estimate and Expenditure under various schemes / programmes of the Ministry.

(Rs. in Crore)
Sl.
No. Name of the Scheme / Programme Budget Estimate
2018-19 Revised Estimate
2018-19 Expenditure
2018-19
(As on 31.01.2019)
1. Special Central Assistance to Tribal Sub Scheme 1350.00 1350.00 1121.36
2. (i)Grants under proviso to Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India 1800.00 1820.00 1612.92
3. (ii) Grant to Assam Government under Clause A of the Second Proviso to Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India. 0.01 0.00 0.00
4. Central Scholarship:
(i) National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of ST 100.00 100.00 70.89
(ii) Scholarship to the Student of ST for studies abroad. 2.00 2.00 1.83
5. Support to Tribal Institutions:
Support to National / State Scheduled Tribe Finance & Development Corporation 65.00 65.00 65.00
(ii) Institutional Support for Marketing of Tribal Product / Produce – (i) TRIFED 45.00 62.50 43.30
(ii) STDCs 9.15 10.00 9.15
Grants-in-aid to Voluntary Organisations working for the Welfare of Scheduled Tribes. 130.00 120.00 91.98
6. Umbrella Programme for Development of Scheduled Tribes:
(i) Pre-Matric Scholarship 350.00 310.00 301.96
(ii) Post Matric Scholarship 1586.00 1643.03 1628.63
7. Umbrella Programme for Development of Scheduled Tribes : Van BandhuKalyanYojana:
(i) Development of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) 260.00 250.00 220.23
(ii) Minimum Support Price (MSP) for Minor Forest Produce (MFP) – (i) TRIFED 40.00 31.47 31.47
(ii) States 90.00 66.00 64.14
(iii) Tribal Festival Research and Mass Education - (a) Publicity 3.00 3.00 0.51
(b) Research 2.00 4.50 1.64
(c) Festival 20.00 17.50 12.76
(iv) Monitoring and Evaluation 5.00 2.50 2.14
(v) Development Programme in the Tribal Areas (EAP) 0.01 0.00 0.00
(vi) Van BandhuKalyanYojana 0.01 0.00 0.00
8. Umbrella Programme for Development of Scheduled Tribes – Support to Tribal Institutions:
(i) Support to Tribal Research Institute 99.99 100.00 86.60
(ii) Tribal Memorial
9. Non-Scheme:
(i) Secretariat 27.76 27.76 23.23
(ii) NCST 15.06 14.74 10.21
Grant Total 6000.00
6000.00
5399.95



Annexure-II
Annexure referred to in reply of part (c) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No.*112 for answer on 11-02-2019 by SHRI KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO regarding “Welfare of Tribals”.

List of Scheduled Area declared in the State of Andhra Pradesh (including Telangana)

1. 67 villages of Achempethtaluq of Mahbubnagar district as mentioned below:

(1) Balmor
(2) Kondnagol
(3) Banal
(4) Bilakas
(5) Dharawaram
(6) Appaipali
(7) Rasul Chervu
(8) Pulechelma
(9) Marlapaya
(10) Burj Gundal
(11) Agarla Penta
(12) Pullaipalli
(13) Dukkan Penta
(14) Bikit Penta
(15) Karkar Penta
(16) Boramachernvu
(17) Yemlapaya
(18) Irlapenta
(19) Mudardi Penta
(20) Terkaldari
(21)Vakaramamidi Penta
(22) Medimankal
(23) Pandibore
(24) Sangrigundal
(25) Lingabore
(26) Rampur

(27) Appapur
(28) Malapur
(29) Jalal Penta
(30) Piman Penta
(31) Railet
(32) Vetollapalli
(33) Patur Bayal
(34) Bhavi Penta
(35) Naradi Penta
(36) Tapasi Penta
(37) Chandragupta
(38) Ullukatrevu
(39) Timmareddipalli
(40) Sarlapalli
(41) Tatigundal
(42) Elpamaehena
(43) Koman Penta
(44) Kollam Penta
(45) Mananur
(46) Macharam
(47) Malhamamdi
(48) Venketeshwarla Bhavi
(49) Amrabad
(50) Tirmalapur
(51) Upnootola
(52) Madhavanpalli
(53) Jangamreddi Palli
(54) Pedra
(55) Venkeshwaram
(56) Chitlamkunta
(57) Lachmapur
(58) Udmela
(59) Mared
(60) Ippalpalli
(61) Maddimadag
(62) Akkaram
(63) Ainol
(64) Siddapur
(65) Bamanpalli
(66) Ganpura
(67) Manewarpalli

2. 72 villages of Adilabadtaluq of Adilabad district as mentioned below:

(1) Malai Borgava,
(2) Ankapur,
(3) Jamul Dhari,
(4) Lokari,
(5) Vanket,
(6) Tantoli,
(7) Sitagondi,
(8) Burnoor,
(9) Navgaon,
(10) Pipal Dari,
(11) Pardi Buzurg,
(12) Yapalguda,
(13) Chinchughat,
(14) Vankoli,
(15) Kanpa,
(16) Avasoda Burki,
(17) Malkapur,
(18) Jaree,
(19) Palsi Buzurg,
(20) Arli Khurd,
(21) Nandgaon,
(22) Vaghapur,
(23) Palsikurd,
(24) Lingee,
(25) Kaphar Deni,
(26) Ratnapur,
(27) Kosai,
(28) Umari,
(29) Madanapur,
(30) Ambugaon,
(31) Ruyadee,
(32) Sakanapur,
(33) Daigaon,
(34) Kaslapur,
(35) Dorlee,
(36) Sahaij,
(37) Sangvee,
(38) Khogdoor,
(39) Kobai,
(40) Ponala,
(41) Chaprala,
(42) Mangrol,
(43) Kopa Argune,
(44) Soankhas,
(45) Khidki,
(46) Khasalakurd,
(47) Khasalabuzurg,
(48) Jamni,
(49) Borgaon,
(50) Sayedpur,
(51) Khara,
(52) Lohara,
(53) Marigaon,
(54) Chichdari,
(55) Khanapur,
(56) Kandala,
(57) Tipa,
(58) Hati Ghota,
(59) Karond Kurd,
(60) Karoni Buzurg,
(61) Singapur,
(62) Buranpur,
(63) Nagrala,
(64) Bodad,
(65) Chandpelli,
(66) Peetgain,
(67) Yekori,
(68) Sadarpur,
(69) Varoor,
(70) Rohar,
(71) Takli
(72) Ramkham
3. 72 villages of Kinwattaluq of Adilabad district as mentioned below:
(1) Ambari,
(2) Bodri,
(3) Chikli,
(4) Kamtala,
(5) Ghoti,
(6) Mandwa,
(7) Maregaon,
(8) Malborgaon,
(9) Patoda,
(10) Dahigaon,
(11) Domandhari,
(12) Darsangi,
(13) Digri,
(14) Sindgi,
(15) Kanakwari,
(16) Kopra,
(17) Malakwadi,
(18) Nispur,
(19) Yenda,
(20) Pipalgaon,
(21) Bulja,
(22) Varoli,
(23) Anji,
(24) Bhimpur Sirmeti, (25) Karla,
(26) Kothari,
(27) Gokunda,
(28) Gogarwudi,
(29) Malkapur,
(30) Dhonora,
(31) Rampur,
(32) Patri,
(33) Porodhi,
(34) Boath,
(35) Darsangi,
(36) Norgaon,
(37) Unrsi,
(38) Godi,
(39) Sauarkher,
(40) Naikwadi,
(41) Sarkani,
(42) Wajhera,
(43) Mardap,
(44) Anjenkher,
(45) Gondwarsa,
(46) Palaiguda,
(47) Karalgaon,
(48) Palsi,
(49) Patoda,
(50) Javarla,
(51) Pipalgaon,
(52) Kanki Singora,
(53) Dongargoan,
(54) Pipalsendha,
(55) Jurur,
(56) Minki,
(57) Tulsi,
(58) Machauder Pardhi,
(59) Murli,
(60) Takri,
(61) Parsa,
(62) Warsa,
(63) Umra,
(64) Ashta,
(65) Hingni,
(66) Timapur,
(67) Wajra,
(68) Wanola,
(69) Patsonda,
(70) Dhanora,
(71) Sakur
(72) Digri

4. 46 villages of Boathtaluq of Adilabad district as mentioned below:

(1) Hatnur,
(2) Wakri,
(3) Pardhi,
(4) Kartanada,
(5) Serlapalli,
(6) Neradi konda,
(7) Daligaon,
(8) Kuntala,
(9) Venkatapur,
(10) Hasanpur,
(11) Surdapur,
(12) Polmamda,
(13) Balhanpur,
(14) Dharampuri,
(15) Gokonda,
(16) Bhotai,
(17) Korsekal,
(18) Patnapur,
(19) Tejapur,
(20) Guruj,
(21) Khahdiguda,
(22) Rajurwadi,
(23) Ispur,
(24) Ghanpur,
(25) Jaterla,
(26) Khantegaon,
(27) Sauri,
(28) Ichora,
(29) Mutnur,
(30) Gudi Hatnur,
(31) Talamedee,
(32) Gerjam,
(33) Chincholi,
(34) Sirchelma,
(35) Mankapur,
(36) Narsapur,
(37) Dharmpur,
(38) Harkapur,
(39) Dhampur,
(40) Nigni,
(41) Ajhar Wajhar,
(42) Chintalbori,
(43) Chintakarva,
(44) Rampur,
(45) Gangapur
(46) Gayatpalli

5. All villages of Utnurtaluq of Adilabad district.



6. 86 villages of Asaifabadtaluq of Adilabad district as mentioned below:
(1) Rajampet,
(2) Gunjala,
(3) Indhani,
(4) Samela,
(5) Tejapur,
(6) Kannargaon,
(7) Kantaguda,
(8) Shankepalli,
(9) Jamuldhari,
(10) Gundi,
(11) Chorpalli,
(12) Saleguda,
(13) Wadiguda,
(14) Savati,
(15) Dhaba,
(16) Chopanguda,
(17) Nimgaon,
(18) Khirdi,
(19) Metapipri,
(20) Sakra,
(21) Sangi,
(22) Devurpalli,
(23)Khotara-Ringanghat,
(24) Nishani,
(25) Kota Parandoli,
(26) Mesapur,
(27) Goigaon,
(28) Dhanora,
(29) Pardha,
(30) Surdapur, (31) Kerineri,
(32) Murkilonke,
(33) Devapur,
(34) Chinta Karra,
(35) Iheri,
(36) Ara,
(37) Dasnapur,
(38) Kapri,
(39) Belgaon,
(40) Sirasgaon,
(41) Moar,
(42) Wadam,
(43) Dhamriguda,
(44) Dallanpur,
(45) Chalwardi,
(46) Ihoreghat,
(47) Balijhari,
(48) Sakamgundi,
(49) Ara,
(50) Uppal Naugaon,
(51) Anksorpur,
(52) Chirakunta,
(53) Illipita Dorli,
(54) Mandrumera,
(55) Dantanpalli,
(56) Deodurg,
(57) Tunpalli,
(58) Dhagleshwar,
(59) Padibanda,
(60) Tamrin,
(61) Malangundi, (62) Kandan Moar,
(63) Geonena,
(64) Kuteda,
(65) Tilani,
(66) Kanepelli,
(67) Bordoum Telundi,
(68) Maugi Lodiguda,
(69) Moinda-Gudipet,
(70) Chinnedari,
(71) Koitelundi,
(72) Madura,
(73) Devaiguda,
(74) Areguda,
(75) Gardepalli,
(76) Takepalli,
(77) Choutepalli,
(78) Rane Kannepalli,
(79) Sungapur,
(80) Rala Samkepalli,
(81) Chopri,
(82) Doda Arjuni,
(83) Serwai,
(84) Rapalli,
(85) Tekamandwa
(86) Meta Arjuni

7. 18 villages of Lakshetipet taluq of Adilabad district as mentioned below:
(1) Gudam,
(2) Kasipet,
(3) Dandepalli,
(4) Chelampeta,
(5) Rajampet,
(6) Mutiempet,
(7) Venkatapur,
(8) Rali, (9) Kauwal,
(10) Tarapet,
(11) Devapur,
(12) Gathapalli,
(13) Rotepalli,
(14) Mandamari,
(15) Dharmaraopet,
(16) Venkatapur, (17) Chintaguda
(18) Mutiempalli

8. 58 villages of Rajura taluq of Adilabad district.
(1) Bendwi,
(2) Chincholi,
(3) Goigaon,
(4) Hirapur,
(5) Sakri,
(6) Balapur,
(7) Manoli,
(8) Antargaon,
(9) Wirur,
(10) Dongargaon,
(11) Timbervai,
(12) Sersi,
(13) Badora,
(14) Vmarjeeri,
(15) Lakarkot,
(16) Ergaon,
(17) Kirdi,
(18) Sondo,
(19) Devara,
(20) Khorpana,
(21) Kanargaon,
(22) Chenai,
(23) Kairgaon,
(24) Samalhira,
(25) Dhanoli,
(26) Marnagondi,
(27) Yellapur,
(28) Katalbori,
(29) Isapur,
(30) Devti,
(31) Panderwani,
(32) Wansari,
(33) Perda,
(34) Wargaon,
(35) Nokari,
(36) Mirapur,
(37) Pardhi,
(38) Kutoda,
(39) Parsewara,
(40) Mangalhra,
(41) Karki,
(42) Nokari,
(43) Manoli,
(44) Sonapur,
(45) Inapur,
(46) Mangi,
(47) Uparwai,
(48) Tutra,
(49) Lakmapur,
(50) Kirdi,
(51) Injapur,
(52) Jamni,
(53) Hargaon,
(54) Chikli,
(55) Patan,
(56) Kosundi,
(57) Kotara
(58) Sonorli

9. 27 villages of Sirpur taluq of Adilabad district.
(1) Ralapet,
(2) Kistampet,
(3) Takalapalli,
(4) Chakalpalli,
(5) Anaram,
(6) Bhetpalli,
(7) Korsni Isgaon,
(8) Chintaguda,
(9) Ankora,
(10) Usurampalli,
(11) Arpalli,
(12) Bophalpatnam, (13) Balasaga,
(14) Pardhi,
(15) Tumrihati,
(16) Chintalmanopalli,
(17) Chintam,
(18) Gullatalodi,
(19) Damda,
(20) Dhorpalli,
(21) Kanki Garlapet,
(22) Gudlabori,
(23) Gurmpet,
(24) Lomveli, (25) Mogurdagar,
(26) Wirdandi
(27) Chilpurdubor

10. 85 villages of Mulug taluq of Warangal district
(1) Kannaiguda,
(2) Ankannaguda,
(3) Raghavpatnam,
(4) Medarmola,
(5) Koetla,
(6) Parsa Nagaram,
(7) Muthapur,
(8) Motlaguda,
(9) Venglapur,
(10) Yelpak,
(11) Kaneboenpalli,
(12) Medaram,
(13) Kondred,
(14) Chintaguda,
(15) Kondaparthi,
(16) Yelsethipalli,
(17) Allvammarighunpur,
(18) Rampur,
(19) Malkapalli,
(20) Chettial,
(21) Bhupathipur,
(22) Gangaram,
(23) Kannaiguda,
(24) Rajannapet,
(25) Bhutaram,
(26) Akkela,
(27) Sirvapur,
(28) Gangaram
(29) Bhupathipur,
(30) Pumbapur,
(31) Rampur,
(32) Ankampalli,
(33) Kamaram,
(34) Kamsettigudam,
(35) Ashnaguda,
(36) Yellapur,
(37) Allaguda,
(38) Narsapur,
(39) Puschapur,
(40) Bhattupalli,
(41) Lavnal,
(42) Vadduguda,
(43) Kothur,
(44) Pegdapalli,
(45) Savapur
(46) Bhussapur,
(47) Chelvai,
(48) Rangapur
(49) Govindraopet,
(50) Ballapalli,
(51) Dumpallaguda,
(52) Kerlapalli,
(53) Lakhnavaram,
(54) Pasra,
(55) Gonepalli,
(56) Padgapur,
(57) Narlapur,
(58) Kalvapalli,
(59) Uratam,
(60) Kondia,
(61) Maliat,
(62) Aclapur
(63) Dodla,
(64) Kamaram,
(65) Tadvai,
(66) Boodiguda
(67) Bannaji, (68) Bandam,
(69) Selpak,
(70) Kantalpalli,
(71) Sarvai,
(72) Gangaguda,
(73) Tupalkalguda,
(74) Akulvari,
(75) Ghanpur,
(76) Shahpalli,
(77) Gagpelli,
(78) Chinna beonnpalli,
(79) Venkatapur,
(80) Narsapur,
(81) Anvaram,
(82) Lingal,
(83) Ballepalli,
(84) Bandal
(85) Thunmapur


11. 72 villages of Narsampet taluq of Warangal district.
(1) Vebelli,
(2) Polara,
(3) Bakkachintaphad,
(4) Ganjad,
(5) Thirmalguda,
(6) Gopalpur,
(7) Khistapur,
(8) Tatinari Venpalli,
(9) Pattal Bhoopati,
(10) Chandelapur,
(11) Battalpalli,
(12) Advarampet,
(13) Satiahnagar,
(14) Dutla,
(15) Mothwada,
(16) Mangalawarpet,
(17) Karlai,
(18) Arkalkunta,
(19) Kodsapet,
(20) Gunderpalli,
(21) Masami,
(22) Battavartigudem,
(23) Mamidigudam,
(24) Pangonda,
(25) Roturai,
(26) Satreddipalli,
(27) Konapur,
(28) Kondapuram,
(29) Pogulapalli, (30) Govindapuram,
(31) Makadapalli,
(32) Pagulapalli,
(33) Murraigudem,
(34) Yelchagudem,
(35) Tummapuram,
(36) Jangamvartigudem,
(37) Rangagudem,
(38) Peddalapalli,
(39) Yerravaram,
(40) Kundapalli,
(41) Neelampalli,
(42) Daravarinampalli,
(43) Karnegund,
(44) Mahadevagudem,
(45) Marrigudem,
(46) Jangalpalli,
(47) Bavarguda,
(48) Oarbak,
(49) Gangaramam,
(50) Mucherla,
(51) Amaroncha,
(52) Kamaraam,
(53) Chintagudem,
(54) Nilavancha,
(55) Kangargidda,
(56) Madagudem,
(57) Dalurpet,
(58) Kothagudem,
(59) Kotapalli,
(60) Durgaram,
(61) Dubagudem,
(62) Rudravaram,
(63) Narsugudam,
(64) Komatlagudem,
(65) Katervam,
(66) Semar Rajpet,
(67) Marepalli,
(68) Goarur,
(69) Radhiapur,
(70) Gazalgudem,
(71) Rajvepalli
(72) Bollypalli

12. All the villages of Yellandu taluq of Warangal district (excluding the Yellandu, Singareni and Sirpur villages and the town of Kothaguda).
13. (i) All the villages of Paloncha taluq of Warangal district (excluding Palondha, Borgampad, Ashwaraopet, Dammapet, Kuknur and Nelipak villages and (ii) Samasthan of Paloncha.
14. Visakhapatnam Agency area [excluding the areas comprised in the villages of Agency Lakshmipuram, Chidikada, Konkasingi, Kumarapuram, Krishnadevipeta, Pichigantikothagudem, Golugondapeta, Gunupudi, Gummudukonda, Sarabhupalapatnam, Vadurupalli, Pedajaggampeta]2 [Sarabhupathi Agraharam, Ramachandrarajupeta Agraharam, and Kondavatipudi Agraharam in Visakhapatnam district.]
15. East Godwari Agency area 2[excluding the area comprised in the village of Ramachandrapuram including its hamlet Purushothapatnam in the East Godavari district.
16. West Godawari Agency area in West Godavari district.

* The Scheduled Areas in the State of Andhra Pradesh were originally specified by the Scheduled Areas (Part A States) Order, 1950 (C.O.No.9) dated 26.01.1950 and the Scheduled Areas (Part B States) Order, 1950 (C.O.No.26) dated 7.12.1950 and have been modified vide the Madras Scheduled Areas (Cesser) Order 1951 (C.O. No.30) and the Andhra Scheduled Areas (Cesser) Order, 1955 (C.O.No.50).
1Inserted by the Madras Scheduled Areas (Cesser) Order, 1951.
Inserted by the Andhra Scheduled Areas (Cesser) Order, 1955.

Annexure-III
Annexure referred to in reply of part (d) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No.*112 for answer on 11-02-2019 by SHRI KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO regarding “Welfare of Tribals”.

(i) Statement showing the details of Fund Released to State Governments/UT Administrations under the Scheme of Pre-Matric Scholarship for ST students during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19.
(? in lakh)
Sl.
No. Name of the State/UT 2017-18 2018-19 (as on 06.02.19)
Fund Released Fund Released
1 Andhra Pradesh 5282.94 1210.81
2 Arunachal Pradesh 0.00
3 Assam 0.00
4 Bihar 0.00
5 Chhattisgarh 1805.30 4755.63
6 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 0.00 20.00
7 Daman & Diu 8.04
8 Goa 3.75 80.83
9 Gujarat 3650.84 4482.31
10 Himachal Pradesh 0.00 38.91
11 Jammu & Kashmir 0.00
12 Jharkhand 1704.53 2345.92
13 Karnataka 1364.59 1256.31
14 Kerala 0.00 308.73
15 Madhya Pradesh 5539.17 5728.33
16 Maharasthra 0.00
17 Manipur 619.09
18 Meghalaya 156.69
19 Mizoram 132.25 319.79
20 Nagaland 0.00
21 Odisha 5134.98 6665.88
22 Rajasthan 3284.79 1716.12
23 Sikkim 25.72 7.97
24 Tamil Nadu 0.00
25 Telangana 358.02 693.84
26 Tripura 232.89
27 Uttar Pradesh 0.00
28 Uttrakhand 104.44
29 West Bengal 0.00 584.62
Total 29408.03 30216.00



(ii) Statement showing the details of Fund Released to State Governments/UT Administrations under the Scheme of Post Matric Scholarship for ST students during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19.
(? in lakh)
Sl.
No. Name of the State/UT 2017-18 2018-19 (as on 06.02.19)
Fund Released Fund Released
1 Andhra Pradesh 8269.11 13945.02
2 Arunachal Pradesh 5803.65 1883.82
3 Assam 2516.48 3248.03
4 Bihar 71.25
5 Chhattisgarh 3811.26 4609.57
6 Daman & Diu 26.19
7 Goa 364.80 536.26
8 Gujarat 14609.74 32414.09
9 Himachal Pradesh 3123.36 278.15
10 Jammu & Kashmir 2322.56
11 Jharkhand 2716.50 5281.32
12 Karnataka 8873.31 7341.33
13 Kerala 2745.46 2674.37
14 Madhya Pradesh 10320.50 13405.24
15 Maharashtra 10884.91 15238.15
16 Manipur 6382.55 2026.76
17 Meghalaya 770.50 2457.52
18 Mizoram 2434.73 3528.21
19 Nagaland 2515.00 4716.66
20 Odisha 8784.18 14801.92
21 Rajasthan 19912.49 13598.95
22 Sikkim 1247.32 1134.36
23 Tamil Nadu 2440.39 3933.65
24 Telangana 18031.25 9921.68
25 Tripura 2756.25 3626.55
26 Uttar Pradesh 1244.91
27 Uttrakhand 600.25
28 West Bengal 2807.89 2219.39
Total 146386.79 162821.00


(iii) Statement showing the details of Funds released, utilized and beneficiaries under the scheme of National Overseas Scholarship (NOS) during 2017-18 and current year 2018-19.
(? in lakhs)
2017-18 2018-19
(As on 30.01.2019)
Fund Released Fund Released
100.00 183.07


Details 2017-18
(? in lakhs) 2018-19
(? in lakhs)
Beneficiary 2078 2371
Disbursed (Rs. In Lakh) 9834.00 5684.00
(iv) Statement showing the details of funds released under the scheme of ‘Fellowship & Scholarship for Higher Education of ST students (Top Class Education)’.
(v) Statement showing the details of funds released to State Governments/UT Administrations under the scheme of ‘Special Central Assistance to Tribal Sub Scheme’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 30.01.2019).
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl.
No. States 2017-18 2018-19
Release Release
1 Andhra Pradesh 3624.77 3259.39
2 Assam 0.00 0.00
3 Bihar 0.00 0.00
4 Chhatisgarh 14327.57 10342.65
5 Goa 559.09 352.31
6 Gujarat 10270.41 8333.52
7 Himachal Pradesh 2291.20 3628.00
8 J & K 3626.50 3749.80
9 Jharkhand 11372.49 8564.52
10 Karnataka 5955.37 3274.53
11 Kerala 808.43 335.00
12 Madhya Pradesh 22828.70 16968.97
13 Maharashtra 13760.38 11502.17
14 Manipur 3790.38 2606.48
15 Meghalaya 0.00 1946.41
16 Mizoram 0.00 1220.00
17 Nagaland 0.00 1655.00
18 Odisha 11975.00 12553.22
19 Rajasthan 10051.83 10327.93
20 Sikkim 5986.00 0.00
21 Tamilnadu 894.10 315.00
22 Telangana 4493.55 2850.32
23 Tripura 1649.77 1294.38
24 Uttarakhand 679.00 352.20
25 Uttar Pradesh 458.35 0.00
26 West Bengal 5397.11 3948.15
Total 134800.00 109379.94













(vi) Statement showing the details off Funds released during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 under Scheme of ‘Development of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups’ (as on 03.01.2019)
(Rs. in Lakh)
S. No Name of State 2017-18 2018-19
Released Released
1 Andhra Pradesh 2076.00 1837.00
2 Andaman & Nicobar island 200.00 0.00
3 Bihar 295.91 0.00
4 Chhattisgarh 1089.50 1051.50
5 Gujarat 390.67 422.88
6 Jharkhand 2043.75 2646.00
7 Karnataka 467.00 460.00
8 Kerala 62.00 0.00
9 Madhya Pradesh 8232.46 7998.09
10 Maharashtra 1226.25 1230.26
11 Manipur 195.00 311.00
12 Odisha 1297.00 3341.31
13 Rajasthan 1038.00 1008.00
14 Tamil Nadu 1770.75 0.00
15 Telangana 778.00 533.00
16 Tripura 2305.00 0.00
17 West Bengal 330.76 843.42
18 Utrakhand 130.00 565.86
19 Uttar Pradesh 17.96 0.00
Total 23946.01 22248.32


(vii) Statement showing the details of funds released to State Governments under the scheme ‘Grants under Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 03.01.2019)
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl.
No. States 2017-18 2018-19
Total Release Total Release
1 Andhra Pradesh 4591.11 6118.77
2 Arunachal Pradesh 8378.82 7903.80
3 Assam 0.00 3780.32
4 Bihar 991.89 0.00
5 Chhattisgarh 10964.49 10944.92
6 Goa 103.00 345.66
7 Gujarat 11384.08 11240.20
8 Himachal Pradesh 2074.70 3242.16
9 Jammu & Kashmir 3049.06 2051.79
10 Jharkhand 12386.93 7082.30
11 Karnataka 5881.74 863.38
12 Kerala 803.17 472.28
13 Madhya Pradesh 22399.48 24227.30
14 Maharashtra 13862.24 13905.62
15 Manipur 2308.80 5095.65
16 Meghalaya 3603.40 3633.79
17 Mizoram 2504.41 2972.71
18 Nagaland 4434.11 8378.49
19 Odisha 15995.30 20077.15
20 Rajasthan 10240.58 13497.23
21 Sikkim 405.30 355.34
22 Tamil Nadu 378.00 510.57
23 Telangana 5015.32 2976.89
24 Tripura 2040.99 1734.73
25 Uttar Pradesh 189.00 252.00
26 Uttarakhand 1577.56 1255.27
27 West Bengal 5376.51 9235.73
Total 150939.99 162154.05



(viii) STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF FUND RELEASED TO NGOs UNDER THE SCHEME OF ‘GRANTS-IN-AID TO VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS WORKING FOR THE WELFARE OF SCHEDULED TRIBES’ DURING THE YEAR 2017-18 AND CURRENT YEAR 2018-19.

( Rs. in Lakh)
S. No. Name of the Vos/NGOs with addresses Project 2017-18 2018-19
(as on 31.12.2018)
1 Andhra Pradesh Residential Schools, Non-Residential Schools, Mobile Dispensaries, 10 Bedded Hospital, 176.73 15.65
2 Arunachal Pradesh Residential Schools , Mobile Dispensaries, Computer Training Centre, Old Age Home, 20-Bedded Hospital, A.V. Unit, Hostel, 60-Bedded Hopsital 605.24 182.88
3 Assam Mobile Dispensaries, Residential Schools, 10-Bedded Hospital, Computer Training Centre, Hostels,Library, Non-Residential Schools. 170.77 41.01
4 Chhattisgarh Non-Residenital School, Residential School, 3 Health post and 1 Fair Shop, 6-Hostels, 1-Tribal Youth Trining Centre and Automobile Engineering + New projects of Divyan Agri. Trg& Allied Subjects 75.36 110.33
5 Gujarat Mobile Dispensaries, Non Residential Schools,Hostels, 40-Bedded Hospital. 73.15 131.66
6 Himachal Pradesh Hostels, Residential Schools, 251.10 213.75
7 Jammu & Kashmir Residential School 19.69 0
8 Jharkhand Residential Schools, Computer Training Centres,Non-Residential Schools, Cane & Bamboo Trg, Knitting, Weaving & Handloom Trg. Centres, 20-Bedded Hospitals, Mobile Library Cum AV Unit, 70-Bedded Hopsital, Divyan Unit, Agriculture Training Centre Agriculture Training Centre 966.29 1099.23
9 Karnataka 10-Bedded Hospitals, Residential Schools, Non-Residential School, Mobile Dispensaries 244.94 248.11
10 Kerala Hostels,10-Bedded Hospital s, 20-Bedded Hospital, Residential Schools 66.56 65.25
11 Madhya Pradesh Non-Residential Schools, Residential Schools, Hostels, Computer Training Centre, 10-Bedded Hospital 119.21 222.77
12 Maharashtra Non-Residential Schools,Non-Residential Schools, Hostels, 10-Bdded Hospital, 377.48 242.68
13 Manipur Hostel ,Residential Schools, Non-Residential Schools, Typing & Shorthand Centre, Mobile Dispensaries 264.29 99.29
14 Meghalaya Hostels, Mobile Dispensaries, Libraries, 62 LP/ME/Sec- Non Residential Shool, Higher Secondary School, Non-Residential School, M. A.V. Unit , Knitting Weaving 697.71 786.14
15 Mizoram Residential School s, Mobile Dispensaries, 55.89 20.07
16 Nagaland Hostels 30.80 12.78
17 Delhi Computer Training Centre & Hostel 17.15 5.41
18 Odisha Residential Schools, Hostels,CrecheCentres, Typing & Shorthand Training Centre, Agriculture and Allied Subject 1168.97 2104.98
19 Rajasthan Stipend Scheme for NE ST Girls including A & N, Residential Schools 14.50 38.09
20 Sikkim Residential Schools 90.81 39.07
21 Tamil Nadu Hostel, Residential Schools, 20-Bedded Hospital, 10-Bedded Hospital, 60-Bedded Hospital, Mobile Dispensaries 280.49 220.61
22 Telangana Residential Schools 76.76 33.62
21 Tripura Residential School 32.62 57.72
22 Uttar Pradesh Hostel (4 Units) & Residential Schools, Mobile Dispensary 67.43 0
23 Uttranchal Residential Schools, Mobile Dispensary, 2 Hostel (Junior +Primary), Hostel 37.43 66.81
24 West Bengal Residential Schools, Mobile Dispensaries,Hosptials, Knitting/weaing& Handloom 937.44 536.43
6918.81
6594.34






(ix) STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF FUNDS RELEASED TO NGOs UNDER THE SCHEME OF ''STRENGTHENING EDUCATION AMONG SCHEDULED TRIBE GIRLS IN LOW LITERACY DISTRICTS’ DURING THE YEAR 2017-18 AND CURRENT YEAR 2018-19.
(Rs. in Lakh)
S.No. Name of the NGOs/Vos with Addresses 2017-18 2018-19 (as on 31.12.2018)
1 Andhra Pradesh (14 Unit of Educational Complexes run by APTWAREIS) and other Educatinal Complexes) 1117.23 0
2. Arunachal Pradesh ( Educational Complex) 37.64 0
3. Chhattisgarh (Educational Complex) 37.12 64.49
4 Gujarat (43 Units of Educational complexes run by GSITDREIS) and other Educational Complexes) 1512.48 93.21
5 Jharkhand (Educational Complex) 0 12.04
6 Madhya Pradesh (13 projects of Educatinal complexes run by MPTWRAEIS and other Educational Complexes) 325.21 608.69
7 Maharashtra (Educational Complexes) 149.86 205.663
8 Orissa (19 Units run by OMTES and other Educational Compexes) 1102.18 999.18
9 Rajasthan (Educational Complexes) 25.13 168.17
10. Telengana (16 Units of Educational Complexes run by TTWREIS) 321.91 0
TOTAL 4628.76
2151.443


(x) Statement showing the details of grants released to STDCC/TRIFED under the scheme of ‘Institutional Support for Development & Marketing of Tribal Product/Produce’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 27.01.2019)

(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. No. State 2017-18 2018-19
STDCC
1 Chhattisgarh - -
2 Kerala 393.52 -
3 Odisha - -
4 Rajasthan - -
5 Tripura 201.48 -
6 West Bengal - -
7 Mizoram - 696.00
8 Sikkim - 219.00
TRIFED 3900.00 4330.00
TOTAL 4495.00 5245.00



(xi) Statement showing the details of funds released to State Governments/TRIFED under the scheme of ‘Mechanism for marketing of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) through Minimum Support Price (MSP) and Development of Value Chain in MFP’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 03.02.2019).
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl. No. State/Organization 2017-18 2018-19
STATE
1. ORISSA - -
2. GUJARAT - 619.00
3. MAHARASTRA - -
4. RAJASTHAN - -
5. JHARKHAND - -
6. MADHYA PRADESH - 26.81
7. CHATTISGARH 89.00 197.00
8. ANDHRA PRADESH 300.00 710.00
9. MANIPUR 11.00 90.00
10. NAGALAND 19.00 66.00
11. UTTAR PRADESH 240.00 821.00
12. KERALA - 418.00
13. WEST BENGAL - 657.00
14. KARNATAKA - 125.00
15. ASSAM - 155.00
TRIFED 200.00 3147.00
TOTAL 859.00 9686.00



(xii) Statement showing the details of funds released to NSTFDC/STFDCs under the scheme of ‘Support to National / State Scheduled Tribe Finance and Development Corporations’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19 (as on 27.01.2019).
(Rs. in Lakh)
Year Expenditure
NSTFDC STFDCs TOTAL
2017-18 4980.00 520.00 5500.00
2018-19 5700.00 800.00 6500.00







(xiii) Statement showing the details of funds released to State Governments under the scheme of ‘Support to Tribal Research Institute’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19.
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl.
No. State/UT
2017-18 2018-19
1. Andhra Pradesh 940.42 81.60
2. A & N 0.00 749.58
3. Arunachal Pradesh 647.99 253.01
4. Assam 183.65 198.75
5. Chhattisgarh 168.73 504.49
6. Gujarat 2438.00 0.00
7. Himachal Pradesh 0.00 106.80
8. Jammu And Kashmir 0.00 97.00
9. Jharkhand 0.00 1211.83
10. Karnataka 130.00 106.00
11. Kerala 745.65 401.25
12. Madhya Pradesh 732.51 309.91
13. Maharashtra 0.00 485.01
14. Manipur 58.00 530.11
15. Mizoram 0.00 564.36
16. Nagaland 0.00 825.00
17. Odisha 662.90 819.07
18. Rajasthan 169.25 214.00
19. Sikkim 136.00 194.50
20. Tamil Nadu 133.20 177.25
21. Telangana 339.50 454.00
22. Tripura 198.75 316.14
23. Uttar Pradesh 0.00 0.00
24. West Bengal 215.45 380.15
Total 7900.00 8979.81


(xiv) Statement showing the details of funds released to under the scheme of ‘Research Information & Mass Education, Tribal Festival and Others’ during the year 2017-18 and current year 2018-19.

(Rs. in lakh)
Name of the Scheme 2017-18 2018-19
(as on 31.1.2019)
Tribal Festivals, Research Information and Mass Education 402.00 1641.33

Note:-It has been decided to discontinue the three schemes namely (i) Scheme of Girls & Boys Hostels in Tribal Areas, (ii) Scheme of Ashram Schools in Tribal Areas and (iii) Scheme of Vocational Training Centre in Tribal Areas from 2018-19 and the intervention is to be subsumed under the Scheme Special Central Assistance to Tribal Sub Scheme (SCA to TSS).
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