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1 WELCOME TO THE Hon’ ble GOVERNOR OF TRIPURA Hon’ ble GOVERNOR OF TRIPURA SHRI D. N.SAHAYA

2 South Tripura District: A Brief Profile

3 Tripura- Some facts 2 nd smallest state in India 2 nd smallest state in India Area: sq km Area: sq km International Border: 856 km International Border: 856 km Total population: lakh Total population: lakh Rural & Urban : 84.7% : 15.3% Rural & Urban : 84.7% : 15.3% Tribal population: 31% Tribal population: 31% Rainfall: cm, Rainy days: 107 Rainfall: cm, Rainy days: 107

4 Religions Religions Hindus: 85.8% Hindus: 85.8% Muslims: 7.05% Muslims: 7.05% Buddhists: 4.6% Buddhists: 4.6% Christians: 1.65% Christians: 1.65% Pop. Density: 304 (2 nd highest in NE) Pop. Density: 304 (2 nd highest in NE) Literacy rate: 73.6% Literacy rate: 73.6% IMR: 42 IMR: 42 Birth Rate: 17, Death Rate: 5.7 Birth Rate: 17, Death Rate: 5.7

5 South Tripura Area: 2624 sq km (appx. 25%) Area: 2624 sq km (appx. 25%) International border with Comilla, Noakhali, Chittagong, Feni distts of BD International border with Comilla, Noakhali, Chittagong, Feni distts of BD Population: 7.62 lakh (23.9%) Population: 7.62 lakh (23.9%) Pop. Density: 234 Pop. Density: 234 Total Literacy Rate: 70.39% Total Literacy Rate: 70.39% Literacy- Male: 64.41%, Female: 50.82% Literacy- Male: 64.41%, Female: 50.82% Sex Ratio: 949 Sex Ratio: 949 ST Population: 37.5% ST Population: 37.5% SC Population: 17.16% SC Population: 17.16% Villages: 322 (Under ADC: 167, others: 155) Villages: 322 (Under ADC: 167, others: 155)

6 Occupational status Total No. of families: 1,64,161 Total No. of families: 1,64,161 Agricultural labour: 30% Agricultural labour: 30% Non-Agri labour: 25.4% Non-Agri labour: 25.4% Cultivators: 29% Cultivators: 29% Entrepreneurs: 8.5% Entrepreneurs: 8.5% Service (Govt. & Pvt.): 8.56% Service (Govt. & Pvt.): 8.56% BPL: 72% BPL: 72%

7 Power Department Total requirement: 30 MW Total requirement: 30 MW Total power production in ST: 8 MW Total power production in ST: 8 MW Source of Power: Source of Power: Hamlets connected with power: 1277 Hamlets connected with power: 1277 Hamlets not yet covered: 1160 Hamlets not yet covered: 1160 Total revenue collection: 6.92 crore Total revenue collection: 6.92 crore Target Achievement Target Achievement Extention of line 70 km 132 km Extention of line 70 km 132 km Renovation of line 30 km 38 km Renovation of line 30 km 38 km Habitations ( 184 km) Habitations ( 184 km) Kutirjyothi 3400 Kutirjyothi 3400

8 Roads and Bridges Black top roads: km Black top roads: km Brick soled roads: 3772 km Brick soled roads: 3772 km Katcha roads: 4972 km Katcha roads: 4972 km Motorable roads: 4310 km Motorable roads: 4310 km SPT bridges: 156 SPT bridges: 156 Other temporary bridges: 557 Other temporary bridges: 557 Current Year Achievement Current Year Achievement Formation 119 km Formation 119 km Soling 98 km Soling 98 km Metelling km Metelling km Carpetting 41 km Carpetting 41 km

9 Public Health Deptt. Looks after drinking water supply only Looks after drinking water supply only Sewage and drainage not taken up yet Sewage and drainage not taken up yet Deep tube wells: 193 Deep tube wells: 193 Population covered: 51% Population covered: 51% Surface water treatment plants with rapid sand filters: 2 and 2 under construction Surface water treatment plants with rapid sand filters: 2 and 2 under construction Major problem: Large IRON content Major problem: Large IRON content Permissible Iron limit: mg/L Permissible Iron limit: mg/L Iron removal plants 15; O H Ts: 17 Iron removal plants 15; O H Ts: 17 Panchayats handed over 32 schemes. Panchayats handed over 32 schemes. Pipe line laid 1190 km Pipe line laid 1190 km Swajaldhara Swajaldhara

10 Health & Family Planning Infrastructure: Infrastructure: District Hosp.: 1 District Hosp.: 1 Sub Div Hosp: 3 Sub Div Hosp: 3 PHC: 22 PHC: 22 Sub Centres: 154 Sub Centres: 154 Homeopathic Disp: 19 Homeopathic Disp: 19 Ayurvedic disp: 10 Ayurvedic disp: 10 Doctors: 96 Doctors: 96 Doctor: Population ratio- 1: 7943 Doctor: Population ratio- 1: 7943 Family Planning method users: 77% Family Planning method users: 77%

11 Health & Family Planning IMR: 45/1000 live births IMR: 45/1000 live births Complete immunization: >60% Complete immunization: >60% Main diseases: Malaria, Diarrhoea etc Main diseases: Malaria, Diarrhoea etc Health camps( ): 979 Health camps( ): 979 Administrative camps ( ): 121 Administrative camps ( ): 121 Immuniasation Status against target Immuniasation Status against target BCG 104% BCG 104% OPV 83% OPV 83% DPT 78% DPT 78% Measles 91% Measles 91% Cataract operation 425 Cataract operation 425 Students screened 20,655 Students screened 20,655

12 ARD Deptt. Artificial Insemination Centres: 3 Artificial Insemination Centres: 3 District hosp: 1;Veterinary Hosp: 4 District hosp: 1;Veterinary Hosp: 4 Dispensaries: 16, poultry farm: 1 Dispensaries: 16, poultry farm: 1 Composite stock farm: 1 Composite stock farm: 1 SMSC/VFAC: 123 SMSC/VFAC: 123 Piggery farm: Jalefa. Piggery farm: Jalefa. Animals treated 81,181 Production Animals treated 81,181 Production vaccinated 83,980 chicks 28,166 vaccinated 83,980 chicks 28,166 Castrated 344 piglets 573 Castrated 344 piglets 573 Health Camps 96 eggs 1,47840 Health Camps 96 eggs 1,47840 Schemes implemented Rs lakhs Schemes implemented Rs lakhs

13 Fisheries Deptt. Water area under pisciculture: 4762 H Water area under pisciculture: 4762 H Total fish production: 5771 MT Total fish production: 5771 MT Private: 5293 MT Private: 5293 MT Co-operative: 144 MT Co-operative: 144 MT Govt. Sector: 135 MT Govt. Sector: 135 MT New area available for creating water bodies: H New area available for creating water bodies: H Revenue collection ( ): lakh Revenue collection ( ): lakh

14 Irrigation Total Irrigable area: 26,093 ha Total Irrigable area: 26,093 ha Total area brought under irrigation: 12,376 ha ( as on ) Total area brought under irrigation: 12,376 ha ( as on ) Total schemes 453 Total schemes 453 Potential created in ha Potential created in ha L.I. SCHMES 45 L.I. SCHMES 45 D T Ws 3 D T Ws 3 P V C Pipe Line 184 KM P V C Pipe Line 184 KM Pucca Canal done 2.25 KM Pucca Canal done 2.25 KM Action Plan for Action Plan for L I Schemes (Gen 26, SCP 6, TSP 50 ) 82 L I Schemes (Gen 26, SCP 6, TSP 50 ) 82 Diversion ( 5, 1, 3 ) 9 Diversion ( 5, 1, 3 ) 9

15 Agriculture deptt. Main crops: Main crops: Rice (Ayush, Aman, Boro), Moong, other pulses, vegetables, jackfruit, banana, pine apple, orange, cashew etc. Rice (Ayush, Aman, Boro), Moong, other pulses, vegetables, jackfruit, banana, pine apple, orange, cashew etc. Cash crops: Teak, tea, rubber, jute etc Cash crops: Teak, tea, rubber, jute etc Net area under cultivation: H (33.6% of total area) Net area under cultivation: H (33.6% of total area) Jhum cultivation area: 3207 H Jhum cultivation area: 3207 H Productivity: Productivity: Rice : 2.95 MT/ha. Wheat: 2 MT/ha. Pulses:

16 Agriculture deptt…. Fertilizer consumption: Fertilizer consumption: Urea: 30 Kg/H Urea: 30 Kg/H Super phosphate: 31 Kg/H Super phosphate: 31 Kg/H Potash: 11 Kg/H Potash: 11 Kg/H Cold Storage: One at Baikhora Cold Storage: One at Baikhora Main Seed stores: 6 Main Seed stores: 6 Agri farms: 8 Agri farms: 8 Orchards: 22 Orchards: 22

17 Education TOTAL SCHOOLS 902 H S 61 HIGH 102 SENIOR BASIC 120 JUNIOR BASIC 615 MTA: 889 VEC: 321 EGS: 318 Except 20 schools all the schools in the district have Pucca building Except 20 schools all the schools in the district have Pucca building Last year 52 school buildings completed Last year 52 school buildings completed

18 FORESTRY Forest area sq.km Forest area sq.km 3 Forest Divisions 3 Forest Divisions Protection main problem Protection main problem Rich in wild life and medicinal plant resources Rich in wild life and medicinal plant resources Joint Forest Management adopted Joint Forest Management adopted 113 JFM committees formed 113 JFM committees formed 2301 ha of afforestation done in ha of afforestation done in ha is the target for ha is the target for

19 Employment Generation Progammes Employment Generation Progammes SGRY: SGRY: Launched w.e.f. 25 th Sep., 2001 Additional wage employment, food security, durable asset creation. Two streams: 1 st stream: District and Intermidiary level 2 nd stream: Panchayat level Safe guards for weker sections and women Food grains: 5kg per manday 1 ST stream Rs lakhs 2 nd stream Rs lakhs Rice MT Rice MT

20 Panchayat Development Fund Rs in lakhs Zilla Parishad Zilla Parishad Panchayat Samity Panchayat Samity Block Advisory Committee Block Advisory Committee Gram Panchayat ( non-ADC ) Gram Panchayat ( non-ADC ) Gram Panchayat ( ADC ) Gram Panchayat ( ADC )

21 IAY Independent scheme since 1996 Independent scheme since 1996 Beneficiary selection: By Gram Sabha Beneficiary selection: By Gram Sabha Allotment: In name of Female member Allotment: In name of Female member Unit cost in Tripura: Rs. 22,000 Unit cost in Tripura: Rs. 22,000 Includes sanitary latrine & smokeless chulla Includes sanitary latrine & smokeless chulla Two types: Two types: Mud wall type Mud wall type Non mud wall type: only GCI sheet is provided Non mud wall type: only GCI sheet is provided Target : 2315 completed Target : 2315 completed IAY up gradation: Target is 1269 completed IAY up gradation: Target is 1269 completed

22 PMGY (Rural Housing) Similar to IAY Similar to IAY Minimum plinth area is 20 sq m Minimum plinth area is 20 sq m Assistance: Rs. 22,000 per unit Assistance: Rs. 22,000 per unit For up gradation: Rs. 10,000 For up gradation: Rs. 10,000 Max. 10% of fund allocation can be used for internal roads, drainage, drinking water, plantation etc Max. 10% of fund allocation can be used for internal roads, drainage, drinking water, plantation etc Target: 2415 achieved Target: 2415 achieved

23 PMGY (Drinking water) Introduced in Introduced in Additional central assistance for rural drinking water Additional central assistance for rural drinking water 25%: water conservation and harvesting 25%: water conservation and harvesting 75%: quality of DW and provision of DW to NC and PC habitations 75%: quality of DW and provision of DW to NC and PC habitations In South Tripura: In South Tripura: Non covered para: Nil Non covered para: Nil Partially covered para: 179 Partially covered para: 179 Fully covered para: 2253 Fully covered para: 2253 Sources: Mark III tubewell, sanitary well, shallow tubewell and innovative sources. Sources: Mark III tubewell, sanitary well, shallow tubewell and innovative sources. Target: M-III:264, SW:256, Shallow: 187, Innovative:34. Target: M-III:264, SW:256, Shallow: 187, Innovative:34. Achieved Achieved

24 Domestic filter Scheme Unique to tripura Unique to tripura Large Iron content in Drinking water Large Iron content in Drinking water Manufactured locally by SHGs Manufactured locally by SHGs Estimated cost: Rs. 347 per filter Estimated cost: Rs. 347 per filter SC/ST beneficiary to pay: 10% of cost SC/ST beneficiary to pay: 10% of cost General beneficiary to pay: 20% cost General beneficiary to pay: 20% cost

25 PMGSY Launched on 25 th December, 2000 by GOI Launched on 25 th December, 2000 by GOI Aim: Road connectivity through All-weather roads to all rural habitations with population of >500 by 2007 Aim: Road connectivity through All-weather roads to all rural habitations with population of >500 by 2007 In first 3 years: connect habitations with population of 1000 In first 3 years: connect habitations with population of 1000 Only other district roads and village roads to be covered. Only other district roads and village roads to be covered. Urban roads out of preview. Urban roads out of preview. YearNo. of roadscompleted work started approval awaiting

26 SOCIAL WELFARE SCHEME FUND EXP Rs lakhs BEN SCHEME FUND EXP Rs lakhs BEN NOAP NOAP NFBS NFBS NMBS NMBS ICDS/ balwadi centres 1259 children ICDS/ balwadi centres 1259 children New const LAKHS New const LAKHS Balahar Centres 232 Children 7473 Balahar Centres 232 Children 7473 No centre without Pucca or Mud wall structure No centre without Pucca or Mud wall structure Blind and Handicapped pension 1331 Blind and Handicapped pension 1331 Balika Samridhi Yojana 1774 Balika Samridhi Yojana 1774

27 TRIBAL & SC/OBC/MINORITIES WELFARE 25-POINT PROGRAMME 25-POINT PROGRAMME 44 POINT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 44 POINT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Jhumia Rehabilitation schemes Jhumia Rehabilitation schemes Special Area based programmes 10 Special Area based programmes 10 Amount spent for SC/OBC/MIN Rs1,91,27430 Amount spent for SC/OBC/MIN Rs1,91,27430 For ST projects Rs 5,58,09933 For ST projects Rs 5,58,09933

28 South Tripura District Special thrust on…. District Development Goals District Development Goals Total sanitation Campaign Total sanitation Campaign Women Self Help Groups Women Self Help Groups Transparency in work execution Transparency in work execution

29 DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT GOALS Reduce BPL population by half 1. Reduce BPL population by half Indicator: Increase income per day above Rs 75/ per family Indicator: Increase income per day above Rs 75/ per family Strategy; Total BPL 1,08,214 Strategy; Total BPL 1,08, GPs 323 GPs Each GP to cover per year 25 families Each GP to cover per year 25 families To converge ongoing development programs To converge ongoing development programs

30 GOAL 2. Achieve universal primary education by 2005 Indicator: Enroll all boys and girls and ensure completion of primary education Indicator: Enroll all boys and girls and ensure completion of primary education Strategy; Strategy; Total children in the age 6 to14 are Total children in the age 6 to14 are Enrollment in class1 to V--- 1,08,463 Enrollment in class1 to V--- 1,08,463 VI to VIII 39,243 VI to VIII 39,243 Total drop out 9,192 Total drop out 9,192 Un enrolled Un enrolled Action plan Action plan

31 GOAL 3. Reduce Infant Mortality Rate to below 10 Indicator; Indicator; A) Ensure medical attendent at the time of delivery and improve health education A) Ensure medical attendent at the time of delivery and improve health education B) Ensure universal enrollment of 0-6 yrs in ICDS centres B) Ensure universal enrollment of 0-6 yrs in ICDS centres National 48 National 48 Tripura 42 Tripura 42 South Tripura South Tripura 41.77

32 GOAL 4. Reduce M M R to less than 1 Indicator: Indicator: Ensure all pre delivery medical check ups Ensure all pre delivery medical check ups Ensure trained medical attendant at the time of delivery Ensure trained medical attendant at the time of delivery Strategy; Strategy; National 4.37 National 4.37 State 4 State 4 South Tripura South Tripura 13.13

33 Goal 5. Ensure Environment Sustainability Indicators; Indicators; A ) Improve the quality and quantity of drinking water and enhance community capacity to manage the water resources A ) Improve the quality and quantity of drinking water and enhance community capacity to manage the water resources B) Ensure sustainable sanitation and hygiene practices B) Ensure sustainable sanitation and hygiene practices C) Reduce soil erosion and diversify fuel consumption needs of the people C) Reduce soil erosion and diversify fuel consumption needs of the people D) Increase in tree cover D) Increase in tree cover

34 Goal 6. Ensure 100% immunisation to all the children Indictor; Indictor; A) Expand present capacity and bring all the left out children for immunisation A) Expand present capacity and bring all the left out children for immunisation Present status Present status BCG-65.5 % BCG-65.5 % Measles 45 % Measles 45 % DPT 59% DPT 59%

35 Goal 7. Mainstream Gender into all development programmes Indictor; Indictor; A) Ensure equal legal rights to women in all government benefits given to the families A) Ensure equal legal rights to women in all government benefits given to the families B) Ensure gender component in all development programmes B) Ensure gender component in all development programmes Strategy; Strategy; Gender component Gender component Equal legal rights in all benefits Equal legal rights in all benefits Form 10,000 SHGs for economic empowerment Form 10,000 SHGs for economic empowerment

36 Total sanitation Campaign CRSP launched in 1986 CRSP launched in 1986 Revamped to TSC in April, 1999 Revamped to TSC in April, 1999 Features: Features: Demand responsive Demand responsive Participatory & Community led Participatory & Community led Campaign strategy Campaign strategy Emphasis on: Emphasis on: IEC activities IEC activities HRD HRD Capacity building Capacity building Increasing awareness Increasing awareness Demand generation Demand generation Requirement in South Tripura: Requirement in South Tripura: Individual house holds: 1,00,858 Individual house holds: 1,00,858 Schools: 597 Schools: 597

37 Total sanitation Campaign… Objective: Objective: Improve quality of life in rural areas Improve quality of life in rural areas Accelerate sanitation coverage in villages Accelerate sanitation coverage in villages Cover schools Cover schools Promote sanitary habits in students Promote sanitary habits in students Encourage cost effective appropriate technology Encourage cost effective appropriate technology Reduce incidence of water borne diseases Reduce incidence of water borne diseases

38 Total sanitation Campaign…. Components taken up in the District: Components taken up in the District: Start up activities: Base line survey, initial publicity, meetings at all levels Start up activities: Base line survey, initial publicity, meetings at all levels IEC: Posters, banners, use of mike, puppet shows, cultural workshops, folk songs, stage competitions, door to door campaign IEC: Posters, banners, use of mike, puppet shows, cultural workshops, folk songs, stage competitions, door to door campaign Exposure visit to Midnapore by 9 member team Exposure visit to Midnapore by 9 member team Participation of NGOs & PRIs Participation of NGOs & PRIs Training: For masons, SHGs, motivators etc Training: For masons, SHGs, motivators etc Setting up of Rural sanitary marts/ Production centres in blocks Setting up of Rural sanitary marts/ Production centres in blocks

39 PRODUCTION OF PLATES BY SHGS

40 VIDEO FILMS

41 PHYSICAL ACHIEVEMENT COMPLETED SCHOOLS 108 I H L BPL 53,160 APL 11,537 FIRST THREE FULLY COVERED GPs IN NORTH EAST TWO BLOCKS FULLY COMPLETED 110 G Ps FULLY COVERED

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46 FELICITATION TO 1 ST THREE SANITATION PANCHAYATS

47 C.M AWARDING THE PANCHAYATS

48 SHG Credit cum subsidy scheme - SGSY Credit cum subsidy scheme - SGSY Credit: Key component Credit: Key component Subsidy: Minor or enabling component Subsidy: Minor or enabling component Aim: To bring beneficiary above poverty line & ensure sustained income Aim: To bring beneficiary above poverty line & ensure sustained income Provision for: Provision for: Self Help Groups Self Help Groups Individual beneficiaries or Swarozgaries Individual beneficiaries or Swarozgaries Focus on: Cluster approach to provide forward & backward linkages Focus on: Cluster approach to provide forward & backward linkages

49 SHG SHG formation involves: SHG formation involves: Beneficiary selection Beneficiary selection Identification of Key activities Identification of Key activities Implementation of scheme Implementation of scheme Team includes: Team includes: PRI bodies PRI bodies Block & District level SGSY committees Block & District level SGSY committees Banks & financial institutions Banks & financial institutions Line Departments Line Departments Block level offices etc Block level offices etc

50 SHG Swarozgaries: One time financial assistance, training for asset creation and maintenance, ensuring proper repayment of loan component. Swarozgaries: One time financial assistance, training for asset creation and maintenance, ensuring proper repayment of loan component. SHGs: SHGs: Social mobilization of poor Social mobilization of poor Group formation Group formation Evolution into self managed people’s organization Evolution into self managed people’s organization Capital formation through revolving fund Capital formation through revolving fund Skill development through training Skill development through training Taking up income generating economic activity Taking up income generating economic activity

51 SHG SHGs: SHGs: Target in : 270 Groups formed: 174 Target in : 500 Achievement : 1157

52 SHGs Aims of the district: Aims of the district: Mobilize the grass roots level population for income generation activities Mobilize the grass roots level population for income generation activities Ensure that every family in the district has one member in an SHG Ensure that every family in the district has one member in an SHG Provide every opportunity for income generation ranging from construction of squatting plates under TSC to out sourcing lunch and snacks during workshops. Provide every opportunity for income generation ranging from construction of squatting plates under TSC to out sourcing lunch and snacks during workshops. Use successful SHGs as a source of motivation for others. Use successful SHGs as a source of motivation for others.

53 Transparency in Execution of Works Our resolve: Our resolve: To see that every single rupee for development is put to its righteous use To see that every single rupee for development is put to its righteous use To educate population about all the works being carried out by the administration. To educate population about all the works being carried out by the administration. Keep every one informed about the schemes run by the goivernment and money spent there in. Keep every one informed about the schemes run by the goivernment and money spent there in. Train and educate public representatives about any new programme in detail. Train and educate public representatives about any new programme in detail.

54 Transparency Every Panchayat and Block office to bear a permanent board bearing following information: Every Panchayat and Block office to bear a permanent board bearing following information: Name of works done in last year Name of works done in last year Works to be taken up in the current year Works to be taken up in the current year Schemes under which taken up Schemes under which taken up Money for the particular work Money for the particular work Name of the implementing agency Name of the implementing agency Every such information both in Bangla & Kakborok Every such information both in Bangla & Kakborok

55 Transparency Every work site to bear a board carrying Every work site to bear a board carrying Name of work Name of work Name of Scheme Name of Scheme Implementing officer’s name Implementing officer’s name Money for the work Money for the work No. of mandays to be generated No. of mandays to be generated Rice component: if involved eg SGRY Rice component: if involved eg SGRY

56 Transparency Training workshops for Panchayat and Block Samiti members. Training workshops for Panchayat and Block Samiti members. Easy access to any work related information from any office Easy access to any work related information from any office

57 Conclusion District aims for achieving high goals through efficient, transparent and work oriented drive. District aims for achieving high goals through efficient, transparent and work oriented drive. Development and poverty alleviation through proper implementation of programmes. Development and poverty alleviation through proper implementation of programmes. See that through our small endeavours, we can bring smiles to the poor and needy See that through our small endeavours, we can bring smiles to the poor and needy

58 THANK YOU


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