National Conference on Agriculture for
Rabi Campaign - 2010
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CANE DEVELOPMENT
GOVERNMENT OF JHARKHAND
JHARKHAND STATE PROFILE
Area in %
*
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Total Geographical Area :
Cultivable Land
Net Sown Area
Current Fallow
Other Fallow
Forest
Barren Lands
Non – Agricultural Use
Pasture and Other Grazing
Land
Cultivable Waste Land
Miscellaneous Trees Grooves
Irrigated land
Cropping Intensity
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
47.67%
28.08%
11.12%
08.46%
29.20%
7.20%
8.60%
:
:
:
:
:
2.48%
3.44%
1.42%
18%
126%
Area in Lakhs Ha
79.71
38.00
22.38
8.87
6.74
23.28
5.74
6.86
1.97
2.74
1.13
6.82
2
Position of Agricultural Production & Productivity in the
State of Jharkhand
Unit Area on – 000ha, Production – 000 Productivity – kg/ha
YEAR - 2001-02
Name of The crop
Area
Production
Paddy
1520.611
2732.584
1797
Wheat
65.381
115.359
1764
Maize
139.881
209.187
1496
Pulses
211.643
165.823
783
Oilseed
74.964
49.653
661
2012.480
3272.516
Total
Productivity
YEAR - 2008-09
Name of The
crop
Area
Production
Productivity
Paddy
1677.330
3400.187
2035
Wheat
99.879
153.885
1541
Maize
216.066
304.002
1407
Pulses
367.536
280.785
764
Oilseed
130.522
73.306
561
Total
2484.333
4212.165
3
Area, Production & Productivity in the year 2009-10
Unit –Area –oooha, Production – 000MT Productivity - ha/ha
Year 2009-10
Name of the
Crop
Area
Production
Productivity
Paddy
977.376
1470.950
1550
Wheat
99.660
154.473
1505
Maize
163.240
217.458
1332
Pulses
300.436
222.744
733
Oilseed
140.574
67.125
479
1681.336
2132.750
1268
Total
The Kharif season 2009 was drought year. The Coverage of different
crops in Kharif & Rabi is 16.81 lakh ha. Against the target of 27.67 lakh ha.
The production is about 21.32 lakh MT.
4
Rainfall Status April - Sept, 2010 ( in mm)
S No.
Month
Normal
Actual
Deficiency
Deficiency
%
1
April
22.30
3.40
18.90
84.74
2
May
44.90
30.70
14.20
31.62
3
June
196.50
100.10
96.40
49.05
4
July
321.6
178.70
142.90
44.43
5
Aug
322.5
166.80
155.70
48.27
6
Sept (Up to
15th Sept, 10)
234.8
73.3
161.50
68.78
1142.60
503.70
638.90
54.48
Total
5
Crop Coverage During Kharif, 2010 ( ‘000 ha)
As on 15th Sept, 2010
S No.
Crop
Target
Ach.
Ach (%)
Uncovered
Area
Reduction
in Area
(%)
1
Paddy
1692.000
693.502
40.99
998.498
59.01
2
Maize
280.000
202.424
72.29
77.576
27.71
3
Pulses
381.000
215.069
56.45
165.931
43.55
4
Oilseeds
75.000
27.360
36.48
47.670
63.52
5
Total
2428.00
1138.355
51.55
1289.645
46.20
6
Kharif Assessment – 2010
Crop
Area
(as on 31-08-10)
Production
Paddy
644.991
741.339
Maize
194.280
283.648
Rai/Toria
98.351
77.697
Urad
72.762
48.022
Other Kharif Pulses
22.592
8.666
Groundnut
19.849
15.899
Other Oilseed
4.963
1.705
TOTAL
1065.088
1176.976
The Kharif season 2010 is drought affected year in the State of
Jharkhand. The coverage of different crop is only 10.65 lakh ha (as on
31.08.2010) against the target of 24.67 lakh ha. The production is about
11.76 lakh MT is assessed in first advance estimate
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Year Wise Seed Distribution by Govt. Schemes
Qty in Qtl
Year
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
Crops
Kharif
Rabi
39737.00
8421.63
63671.00
10465.00
60341.00
25758.00
78159.88
47368.36
64036.35
104850.0 *
Total
48158.63
74136.00
86099.00
125528.24
* Proposed
Note : 55254 qtls seed distributed under Contingent Crop Scheme under Drought
Condition
8
Kharif Crop Seed Distribution (2010-11)
S No.
Crop
Quantity in Qtls
1
Seed Exchange ( Distributed)
A
Paddy (CS)
47935
Paddy (Hybrid)
2080
B
Maize
3999.80
C
Arhar
2226.55
D
Moong
1899
E
Urad
5896
Total
64036.35
2.
Crop Contingent ( Distribution is in Progress)
A
Moong
8914
B
Kulthi
7973
C
Arhar
150
D
Niger
12320
E
Tori
6380
F
Potato
19517
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Crop wise Target area, production & productivity for Rabi
2010-11
S No.
Crop
Area (‘ 000
ha)
Production (000
MT)
Productivity in
Kg/ha
1
Wheat
110.000
220.000
2000
2
Maize
30.000
75.000
2500
3
Gram
95.000
142.500
1500
4
Lentil
30.000
24.000
800
5
Pea
30.000
45.000
800
6.
Other Pulses
19.000
11.400
600
7.
Rai / Toria
126.000
63.000
500
8.
Linseed
30.000
15.000
500
Total
470.000
595.400
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Rabi Area and Projected Seed Distribution
Qty – Qtls, Area – ‘000 ha
Rabi , 2010
S
No.
Crop
Targeted
Area
Seed
Required
Project Seed
Distribution
1
Wheat
110.00
110000.00
45205
41
2
Gram
95.00
71720.00
16000
22
3
Lentil
30.00
9000.00
2500
28
4
Linseed
30.00
7500.00
3000
40
5
Pea
30.00
22502.00
8800
39
6
Maize
30.00
6000.00
1000
17
8
Rai/ Mustard/ Tori
126.00
8882.00
8828
100 *
9
Total
451.00
235604.00
85333
* Seed Distribution is going on in Crop Contingent Plan
SRR (%)
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Requirement & Consumption of Fertilizer in Kharif 2010 as on 31-08-2010
Name of
Fertilizer
Requirement
Availability
Consumption
Balance
Urea
140000
72257.80
62408.70
9849.10
DAP
70000
40037.20
30718.00
9318.45
MOP
10000
3089.15
3089.15
NIL
N.P.K. Complex
40000
19328.25
15344.50
2984.5
S.S.P.
10000
-
-
-
N
P
K
TOTAL
83603.37
41848.68
9637.55
135089.60
Ratio
4:2:2.5
Requirement of Fertilizer in Rabi 2010-11
Name of Fertilizer
Requirement
Urea
70000 M.T.
DAP
40000 M.T.
MOP
5000 M.T.
NPK Complex
45000 M.T.
N
45814.27
P
29327.91
K
10521.38
Total
85663.56
Ratio
4:2.5:0.9
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REQUIREMENT RECEIPT AND SALE OF FERTILIZER DURING KHARIF 2010
MONTH – SEPTEMBER SECOND WEEK
(QTY. IN MT)
Sl
No.
Name of
Product
Total
Requirement
Supply plan
received for
Kharif 2010
(upto Sep.)
Opening
Stock
Total
Receipt
Availabili
ty
Sale
Balance
1
UREA
140000
122450
221.85
72042
72263
65470
6787
2
DAP
70000
80000
67.00
41611
41678
32891
8787
3 Complex
40000
44650
500
19051
19551
17513
2038
4
MOP
10000
15350
Nil
4117
4117
4117
Nil
5
S.S.P.
10000
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
0
270000
262450
788.85
136821
Total
137609 119991 17612
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QUALITY CONTROL OF FERTILISER
(i) Sample analyzed and found non-standard during 2009-10
No. of
Laboratory
Annual
Capacity
Number of Samples
Received
1
3330
667
Analysed
671
Found Non Standard failing in
Nutrients
Physical parameters &
Impurities
09
-
TOTAL Non
Standard
09
(i) Sample analyzed and found non-standard during 2010-11 (31.08.2010)
No. of
Laboratory
Annual
Capacity
Number of Samples
Received
1
1700
275
Analysed
231
Found Non Standard failing in
Nutrients
Physical parameters
& Impurities
03
-
TOTAL
Non
Standard
03
14
Seed Testing Laboratory, Ranchi
S
No.
Sample
Received
Sample
Analyzed
Sample
Found
Standard
Sample
Found
NonStandard
In Process
of Analysis
Total
1
997
925
852
44
29
925
15
Year wise Seed Treatment Campaign (in MT/No.)
Sl.
Work-Plan
No.
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
Target
Achieveme
nt
Target
Achieveme
nt
Target
1.
Awareness Program me (in Nos.)
14500
10252
155500
116865
190500
2.
Seed Treatment programme by
Ag .Dept. ,. Farmers, pesticide.
Indust. And seed producing
Companies ( in MT)
24001
21837.50
71179
50635
74655
3.
Demonstration ( In No.)
2000
1684
2200
53
2000
4.
BULLETIN in Nos.
--
16
80
-
16
NEWS-
50
-
70
21
84
AIR
70
-
60
6
75
DURDARS HAN
60
7
65
(90.99%)
(71.14%)
5.
Distribution of Pesti side Material
by Company (in MT)
-
0.004
0.1
0.09
0.15
6-
Total Consumption of Pesticide in
Seed Treatment ( in MT)
-
82
89
88.537
87.277
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STATEMENT SHOWING THE DEMAND VIS-À-VIS CONSUMPTION OF PESTICIDES
DURING 2009-10 AND PROJECTED DEMAND FOR RABI, 2010-11 ( in MT)
2009-10
Total
Kharif
Rabi
Dem.
Cons.
Dem.
Cons.
62
60
27
28.537
Dem.- Demand
Cons.- Consumption
Project Demand for Rabi, 2010-11
Dem.
Cons.
Kharif
Rabi
Total Project
Demand
89
88.537
60.358
26.919
87.277
17
Financial Achievement of CS/ CSS from 2007-08 to 2009-10
Rs. In Lakhs
Year
Balance as
on 1st April
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
0.00
5568.00
1885.00
Fund
Released
during the
Year
5568.00
2931.00
7013.00
Total
(Balance
+
Release)
5568.00
8499.00
8898.00
Allocation Communicated (2010-11)
Expd. As
on 31st
March
Balance as
on 1st April
0.00
6614.00
7982.89
5568.00
1885.00
915.11
Release Received (2010-11)
Total
RKVY
Stream-I
RKVY
Stream-II
Stream-I
Stream-II
13136.00
9852.00
3284.00
4926.00
3284.00
Expenditure on Seed (Paddy, Maize, Moong, Arhar, Urad) – 236.00 Lakhs
Total Expenditure – 523 Lakhs
18
FINANCIAL PROGRESS OF RKVY PROGRAMME (STREAM –I & II) DURING 2009-10
Rs. In Lakhs
Stream-I
Allocation
Coomunicated (In
2009-10)
Actual
Release
Received
Sectoral Name
Earmarked
Allocation
for Different
Sector
2
3
5
6
7
5260.00
5260.00
Agriculture
4450.68
5018.79
Dairy
1706.94
1538.78
Fishery
306.50
289.04
A. H.
812.28
465.89
7276.40
7312.50
Agriculture
1644.04
1216.89
Dairy
225.00
225.00
Fishery
210.00
89.25
A. H.
320.00
217.00
Total (Stream-I)
5260.00
5260.00
Stream-II
1753.00
1753.00
Expd.
Total (Stream-II)
1753.00
1753.00
2399.04
1748.14
Grand Total
(Stream-I+II)
7013.00
7013.00
9675.44
9060.64
Note: Amount of State Assistance also included.
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Special Emphasis under RKVY
• 1497 Lift Irrigation schemes have been established till dat
under the programme and apart from this, 152 Lift Irrigation
schemes have been established with the convergence o
Water Structure created under NREGA, NWDPRA, Mino
Irrigation and with other schemes.
• 19 Seed farms is being strengthened in order to boost see
production.
• 341 Birsa Pucca Check Dam & 341 LBCD have been developed.
• 212 Farmers Field Schools have been conducted
• Establishment of Automatic Weather Station at JSAC, Ranch
Kharif Rice acreage estimation using satellite data an
mapping of optimum agriculture land use plan of Jharkhand
• Soil Nutrient Mapping at Block level for Dumka, Jamtara &
20
Hazaribagh for Optimum Land Use Plan using GIS
Promotion of Farm Mechanization through Distribution of
Agricultural Implement under 50% Subsidy during 2009-10
S.
No.
Name of Implement
Distributed in Nos.
1.
Plastic Drum Seeder
205
2.
Conoweeder
267
3.
Padal Paddy Thresher
626
4.
Knapshack Spayers
1064
5.
Maize Sheller
11022
6.
Zero Till Seeder Drill
27
7.
Oilseed Pulses Seed Drilll
47
8.
Rice Rubber Sheller
50
9.
Power Tiller
42
Total
13350
21
Poly House at Seraikella
22
Training on SRI at Seraikella
23
Micro Lift Irrigation System
24
Vegetable Cultivation through Established Lift Irritation
under RKVY in Bokaro District
25
Vegetable Cultivation through Established Lift Irritation
under RKVY in Bokaro District
26
Distribution of Farm Implements at Bokaro District
27
Capacity Building at Hazaribagh District
28
Promotion of Goat Breeding Unit
29
Animal Health Camp
30
Backyard Poultry farming
31
DEMONSTRATION FISH FARM FOR
FARMERS (NFDB)
32
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
S No.
I.
Activities
Unit Cost in
Lakhs
Approved in SLSC
Phy.
Support to State for Extending 2nd Green Revolution (Rice,
Fin. In Lakh
2960.30
Maize, Wheat, Pulses, Soil Amendment etc )
II.
Directorate of Agriculture
1
Seed Village Programme
10.00
2
250
2500.00
17484
1200.00
80
20.00
134450
740.00
4
46.45
2
28.55 33
Farm Mechanization Programme
3
Vemicompost Development Programme
0.25
Seed Distribution of HYV and Seed Production at Agricultural
4
Farm for Integrated Development ( Pulses, Certified Seed, Hybrid
Paddy, Hybrid Maize, Rhizobium Culture, Micronutrient, Zinc
Sulphate (50% Subsidy Basis)
5
6
Strengthening of Seed Testing Lab
Strengthening of Quality Control Lab ( Ranchi & Dumka)
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
S No.
Activities
Unit Cost
Approved in SLSC
in Lakhs
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
24
1069.20
520
3120.00
4 Godown 3000 MT at Fertilization Rake Point in 4
7
District ( 33 % RKVY & 67% Marketing Board)
8
100 pacs godown @ Rs. 6.00 lakhs ( 100% RKVY)
9
Pest Surveillance & IPM
50.00
Demonstration and Training Programme on Farm
10
210.00
Implements ( Ranchi & Dumka)
Establishment of State Monitoring Cell of Micro
11
12
Irrigation (2 Persons)
50.00
Establishment of RKVY Monitoring Cell (2 Persons)
Sub Total
9034.20
34
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
Unit Cost in
S No.
III
1
Lakhs
Activities
Approved in SLSC
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
Horticulture Development
Production of Fruit Plant (Grafts & Gooties) in Departmental
Progeny Nursery & Maintenance Project (100%)
70.00
Project
2
Based
Strengthening of Departmental Progeny Orchard
Distribution of Plastic Crates for Protected Transportation of
3
vegetable to create awareness among vegetable growers
22400
84.00
4
342.00
4
360.00
2
500.00
1
100.00
0.05 lakh/unit (Capacity 25-30 Kg maximum of Rs. 0.0375
lakh/unit(75% of cost)
4
Tomato Processing Unit ( Bokaro, Dhanbad, Garhwa,
Unit
Giridih) (Subsidy 50%)
5
Cold Storage - Rs. 6000/MT for 3000 MT capacity Rs. 180.00 Rs. 180.00
lakh/ unit
lakh/ unit (Subsidy 50%)
6
7
170.00 Lakh/
250
Vegetable Seed Production in Govt. Farm
Hi-Tech Floriculture cum Production Centre at SM Farm
Khunti
35
Sub Total
1456.00
S No.
IV
Activities
Unit Cost
Approved in SLSC
in Lakhs
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
Directorate of Soil Conservation
Convergence and Support to Watershed
1017.24
Programme
Sub Total
V
1017.24
BIT, Lalpur ( Action Reseach)
Research on "The effective Marketing of
Horticulture based Produces and its impact on
the socio-economic status of tribal and non-tribal
10.26
farmers in the region of Jharkhand ( Technical
Services & other facilities (Including Special
Needs)
Sub Total
10.26
36
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
Unit Cost
S No.
in Lakhs
Activities
Approved in SLSC
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
1229 ha
61.45
756
221.34
A. Farmers Training
7
4.07
B. Training of Extension Personal
2
2.30
4 Infrastructure Development in the KVKs
21
1185.00
5 Extension Activities Monitoring Cell at BAU
1
5.00
VI
Directorate of Extension, BAU
1
Converting Rice-Fallow System into Double Croping In Jharkhand
(21 KVK)
Proposal for Conducting Training for Farmers Friend for
2 Promotion of Farmer to Farmer Extension in Jharkhand ( 35
Training @ Each KVK)
3
Entrepreneurship Development Training for Farmers/ Rural Youth
and Extension Functionaries
Sub Total
1479.16
VII Faculty of Agriculture, BAU
1
Eco-friendly Pest & Disease Management Practices for
25.00
Vegetable Crops
2 Waste Mica as a Source of Potassic Fertilizer for Crops
Sub Total
60.00
85.00
37
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
Unit
S No.
Activities
Proposed to SLSC
Approved in SLSC
Fin. In
Fin. In
Cost in
Lakhs
Phy.
2.50
25
100.00
40
100.00
0.80
100
80.00
100
80.00
Lakh
Phy.
Lakh
Fisheries Development (50% Sub
VIII
sidy Max)
1. Construction of Private Fish Seed
Hatchery (Capa 2-3 Crore)
2. Construction of Prajank Matsya
Raksha Kendra
Sub Total
1000.00
180.00
38
Project to be under taken during the year 2010-11
S No.
IX
Activities
Unit Cost in
Lakhs
Approved in SLSC
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
0.0735
6000
273.75
0.003
6000
12.00
28.58
314.33
1200
284.28
500
352.50
150
149.64
50
62.35
5
14.22
Dairy Development Programme
Heifer Rearing Programme -6000 heifers
(40% Max Subsidy)
A. Concentrate Feed (Subsidy / Rs. 5 per Kg)
B. Deworming & Vaccination
C. TechnoManagement (10%)
Sub Total
Cattle Induction
A. 2 Cow/ Buffalo (1+1) Subsidy 50%
B. Mini Dairy 5 Cow/Buffalo (3+2) Subsidy 50%
C. Midi Dairy 10 Cow/ Buffalo (5+%) Subsidy
40%
D. Commercial Dairy 20 Cow/ Buffalo (10+10)
Subsidy 25%
E. Modern Dairy- 50 Cow/Buffalo (25+25)
Subsidy 20%
Sub Total
Grand Total
862.99
1177.32
39
Project to be under taken during the year 2010-11
Approved in SLSC
S No.
X
Activities
Unit Cost in
Lakhs
Phy.
Fin. In Lakh
31.227
20 cluster
158.00
0.4
0.72
0.4
387 Unit
200 Unit
152 Units
180.00
7.26
39.13
158.7
27.13
50 Unit
10 units
2 unit
3 Unit
67.66
2 units
39.96
3 units
15
50 units
Animal Husbandry Sector ( Max Subsidy 33%)
A. Goat Development as a tool for Livelihood
Enhancement (Phase -II)
B. Piggery Development
(i) 4 Sow + 2 Boar Unit
(ii) 8 sow + 5 Boar Unit
(iii) Infrastructual Support to Pig Breeders
C. Sectoral Development of Poultry
(i) 2000 Broiler at a time
(ii) 10000 broiler at a time
(iii) 10000 layer at a time
(iv) Poultry Feed Plant (10000 qtl. /yr)
(v) Establishment of hatchery (40000 chicks /wk)
(vi) Establishment of hatchery (20000 chicks/wk)
D. Animal Health Service Extension
Grand Total
347.60
750.00
1435.60 40
Project s under RKVY during the year 2010-11
S No.
XI
Unit Cost in
Activities
Lakhs
Approved in SLSC
Phy.
Strengthening of Infrastructure Facilities at
Fin. In Lakh
195.00
SAMETI
XII
Establishment of ATIC Center at Block Level ( 244
15.00
244
3660.00
block in 2 Phages)
XIII
85.00
Farm Machinery Training & Testing Center at BAU
Strengthening of Breeder Seed Production of Pulses &
XIV
Oilseeds at ZRS Dumka, Darisai, Chianki and
60.00
Chhatarpur
XV
Technology Development for organic cultivation of
45.00
food, vegetables, spices and horticultural crops
XVI
176.00
Development of Potato by BAU
XVI
160.00
Administrative Expenses (1 % to Total Allocation))
Grand Total
41
23216.07
DISTRICT WISE COMPONENT WISE FINANCIAL DETAILS UNDER 2ND GREEN REVOLUTION IN JHARKHAND (2010-11)
S No.
District
Irrigation and
Rain Water
Harvesting
Structures
Intensive Cultivation of
Rice in 17 Non-NFSM
districts
Intensitve Cultivation of
Pulses in 9 Non-Pulses
districts
Area in '000 Amount in Area in '000
ha
Lakhs
ha
Maize & Wheat
Development Programme
in 24 districts
Amount in
Lakhs
Area in '000
ha
Amount in
Lakhs
Bridging
Total
Knowledge
Amount in
gaps &
Lakhs
Area in Amount in Training
'000 ha
Lakhs
Soil Amendment
1
Dumka
22.00
101.00
140.24
0.00
0.00
35.64
24.34
46.30
12.09
3.00
201.67
2
Deoghar
33.00
48.00
63.79
13.62
34.55
29.23
20.33
53.50
13.97
2.70
168.34
3
Godda
22.00
42.00
63.79
17.46
45.10
26.00
16.75
22.40
5.85
2.70
156.19
4
Sahebganj
22.00
45.00
63.79
0.00
0.00
27.98
20.50
0.00
0.00
2.70
108.99
5
Pakur
22.00
46.00
63.79
0.00
0.00
21.49
13.02
0.00
0.00
2.40
101.21
6
Hazaribagh
33.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
25.37
16.75
49.90
20.87
3.00
73.62
7
Ramgarh
22.00
0.00
0.00
7.09
17.52
14.03
7.48
0.00
0.00
2.40
49.40
8
Koderma
22.00
14.00
25.58
15.46
41.05
20.29
13.02
4.00
1.04
2.40
105.09
9
Jamtara
22.00
43.00
63.79
14.82
41.51
26.77
16.75
0.00
0.00
2.40
146.45
10
Chatra
33.00
33.00
51.17
0.00
0.00
21.90
16.75
0.00
0.00
2.70
103.62
11
Giridih
22.00
77.00
102.01
0.00
0.00
34.34
22.60
13.60
3.55
3.00
153.16
12
Dhanbad
22.00
53.00
76.28
15.09
41.05
21.64
13.02
10.40
2.72
3.30
158.37
13
Bokaro
22.00
31.00
38.22
13.82
34.55
21.21
13.02
55.10
14.39
3.30
125.48
14
Ranchi
44.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
26.77
16.75
215.70
56.34
3.30
120.39
15
Khunti
33.00
0.00
0.00
13.70
37.96
11.85
7.48
0.00
0.00
2.70
81.14
16
Palamau
22.00
43.00
63.79
0.00
0.00
44.37
26.40
0.00
0.00
3.00
115.19
17
Latehar
0.00
23.00
38.37
0.00
0.00
33.63
20.33
0.00
0.00
2.40
61.10
18
Lohardaga
33.00
44.00
63.79
0.00
0.00
29.48
20.50
39.20
10.24
2.70
130.23
19
Garhwa
33.00
51.00
76.28
0.00
0.00
44.34
28.15
49.50
12.94
3.00
153.37
20
Gumla
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
22.57
16.75
122.30
31.95
2.70
51.40
21
22.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
22.89
16.75
0.00
0.00
2.70
41.45
44.00
127.00
165.97
19.09
52.06
20.65
13.02
78.30
20.45
3.00
298.50
23
Simdega
East
Singhbhum
West
Singhbhum
33.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
21.14
16.75
128.60
33.60
3.30
86.65
24
Seraikella
33.00
91.00
114.97
0.00
0.00
17.84
13.02
0.00
0.00
3.00
163.99
25
26
27
28
29
Total
616.00
912.00
1275.62
130.15
345.32
621.41
410.25
888.80
240.00
Review cum Monitorng Workshops at State level
State level training for trainers under Maize component
Contingency Apx. 1% (Survey/DPR/Information Display etc) under Irrigation and rain water Harvesting Structures Component
Total
67.80
2954.99
2.47
42
0.94
1.90
2960.30
22
Financial Progress ( Seed Component) of RKVY
(2010-11)
S No.
Crop
Qty in Qtls
Value in Lakhs
1.
Paddy (CS)
22340
11.71
2.
Paddy (Hybrid)
1042
20.84
3.
Maize
3998.80
79.98
4.
Moong
471.40
23.02
5.
Urad
1070
6.
Arhar
376.50
7.
Total
29298.70
235.55
43
Financial Achievement from 2007-08 to 2009-10
Year
Balance as on
Fund
Total
1st April
Released
(Balance +
during the
Release)
Expd. As on Balance as
31st March
on 1st April
Year
2007-08
9.09
360.73
369.82
315.09
54.73
2008-09
54.73
237.08
291.81
235.33
56.48
2009-10
56.48
604.89
661.47
519.076
142.394
2010-11 An allocation of 2200.009 lakh has been communicated by GOI
Year
Balance as
on 1st April
Fund
Released
during the
Year
Total
(Balance +
Release)
Expd. Up to
Aug, 2010
Balance as
on 1st Sept,
2010
2010-11
142.394
NIL
142.394
43.484
98.91
44
ATMA Programme
44
Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2009-10
Rs. In lakhs
A. State Level Activities
A.
Activities
Physical in Mandays
Tar.
A
State Nodal Cell
A.2
Training at SAMETI
3250
A.3
Exposure Visit at State level
A.4
Ach.
Financial in lakhs
Tar.
Ach.
14.00
0.896
1400
32.50
13.9952
525
300
5.25
2.996
State Level Exhibition, Kisan Mela
01
01
5.00
5.00
A.5
Krishi Exposure & Regional Fair
1
--
1.50
--
A.6.
Award for Best ATMA
01
--
1.00
--
A. 7.
Farmers Award
20
--
7.50
--
A.8
Administrative Expenses
18.32
11.2789
Total
85.07
34.1661
45
ATMA Programme
Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2009-10
Rs. In lakhs
B. District Level Activities
A.
Activities
02
02
5.00
4.5040
Inter State Training
21
12
26.25
15.00
300
Within State Training
81
19
76.50
17.099
475
Within District Training
152
57
91.20
34.204
1710
Agriculture
1650
475
66.00
19.001
475
Allied
3020
475
120.80
18.997
475
F-F Demonstration
2120
95
31.80
14.2496
2850
Inter State Training
23
10
27.60
12.004
250
Within State Training
140
38
31.50
8.545
1140
Within District Training
163
95
12.22
7.1246
2850
B.2
Training of Farmers
Tar.
No. of
Beneficiaries
Ach.
SREP of Khunti & Ramgarh
B.4
Financial in Lakhs
Tar.
B1.
B.3
Physical in Nos.
Ach.
Organizing Demonstration
Exposure Visit of Farmers
ATMA Programme
46
Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2009-10
Rs. In lakhs
B. District Level Activities
A.
Activities
Physical in Nos.
Tar.
B.5
Ach.
Financial in Lakhs
Tar.
No. of
Beneficiaries
Ach.
Mobilization of Farmers Group
Capacity Building, Skill
Development and Support Services
284
53
14.20
2.65
Seed Money/ Revolving Fund
99
19
9.90
1.90
B.6
Rewards and Incentives (Best
Organized Group )
95
57
19.00
11.40
B.7
Farmer Awards (Block Level)
3165
95
31.65
9.50
B.8
District Level Exhibitions/ Kisan
Mela
19
19
38.00
38.00
B.9
Number of Leaflets made and
Distributed
288
132
28.80
13.2013
B.10
Number of Technology Packages
Developed
94
48
18.80
9.596
B.11
Farmers –Scientist Interactions
38
34
7.60
6.80
1020
B.12
Field Days/ Kisan Ghosthi
212
204
31.80
30.6030
16320
10450
47
ATMA Programme
Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2009-10
Rs. In lakhs
A.
Activities
Physical in Nos.
Tar.
B.13
Assessment , Refinement, Validation
and adoption of Frontline
Technologies
B.14
Administrative Expenses
B.16
Farm School
2075
99
Ach.
940
170*
Total ( B1 to B16)
Financial in lakhs
Tar.
No. of
Beneficiari
es
Ach.
83.00
37.60
133.40
86.2314
50.42
86.70
955.44
484.9099
38315
Rs. 40.80 Lakhs unspent during the year 2008-09 has been utilized for Farm School.
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
S.No.
(1)
F.1
F.2
F.3
F.4
F.5
Activities
(2)
Unspent opening balance as on (01.04.2009)
Funds received from DAC (2009-10)*
Release of State's Matching Share
Total Expenditure
Unspent closing balance as on (1.4..2010)
Financial
AA
(3)
56.58
604.89
519.076
142.394
E
(4)
519.076
-
ATMA Programme
48
Approved State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11
Rs. In lakhs
A.
Activities
Target as approved by GOI
Physical
Financial
A.2
Training at SAMETI
2734
41.00
A.3
Exposure Visit at State level
200
2.00
A.4
State Level Exhibition, Kisan Mela
1
5.00
A.5
Krishi Exposure & Regional Fair
1.50
A.6.
Award for Best ATMA
1.00
A. 7.
Farmers Award
11.00
A.8
Recurring & Non-Recurring Expenses
88.846
Total
150.346
49
Approved State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11
Rs. In lakhs
A.
Activities
Target as approved by GOI
Phy.
B1.
SREP
B.2
Training of Farmers
B.3
B.4
Mandays
Fin
Inter State Training
24
30.00
3000
Within State Training
96
86.40
11520
Within District Training
235
140.968
35242
Agriculture
2990
119.60
2990
Allied
2520
100.80
2520
F-F Demonstration
142
63.90
4260
Inter State Training
24
28.80
4800
Within State Training
198
44.55
14850
Within District Training
339
25.425
10170
Organizing Demonstration
Exposure Visit of Farmers
50
Approved State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11
Rs. In lakhs
A.
Activities
Target as approved by GOI
Phy.
Fin.
Capacity Building, Skill Development and Support
Services
869
43.45
Seed Money/ Revolving Fund
308
30.80
B.6
Rewards and Incentives (Best Organized Group )
60
12.00
B.7
Farmer Awards (Block Level)
480
48.00
B.8
District Level Exhibitions/ Kisan Mela
24
60.00
B.9
Number of Leaflets made and Distributed
B.10
Number of Technology Packages Developed
120
24.00
B.11
Farmers –Scientist Interactions
48
9.60
B.12
Field Days/ Kisan Ghosthi
244
36.60
B.5
Mobilization of Farmers Group
48.00
51
Approved State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11
Rs. In lakhs
A.
Activities
Physical in Nos.
Tar.
B.13
Assessment , Refinement, Validation and
adoption of Frontline Technologies
B.14
Administrative Expenses (Recurring & NonRecurring)
B.15
Establishment of FIAC at Khunti & Ramgarh
B.16
Farm School
D.1
Support for District Training Institute
D.3
Farmers Friend
No. of
Beneficiaries
Ach.
36.00
612.594
2
2.60
257
85.874
2
10.00
8266
330.642
Total
2030.603
Targeted Amount for State Level during 2010-11
-
169.406 Lakhs
Targeted Amount for District Level during 2010-11
-
2030.603 Lakhs
Total Approved Outlay for the year 2010-11
-
2200.009 Lakhs
52
Status of Institutional Arrangement
1. State Level Training Committee has been formed and is being operationalized.
2. District & State
Farmers Advisory Committee (SFAC) constitution as per
modified guidelines is under process
3. 244 Agriculture Technology Information Center (ATIC) at block level will be
established with the funding from RKVY ( DPR Finalized)
No. of
District
No. of Block
BTT ( Block
Technology
Team)
FAC
(Farmers
Advisory
Committee)
FIG (
Farmers
Interest
Group)
Farm School
24
244
183
156
1461
170
53
ATMA Programme
Functionary & Specialist Support under Revised ATMA Scheme
(For the year 2010-11, Appointment on contract basis to be made)
Name of Post
Dy. Director / Faculty Member
No. of Post sanctioned
8 (2 Faculty already Working & 6 post
advertised)
Project Director
Dy. Project Director
24 (Advertised)
48 (24 DPD are working & Rest 24 Posts
Advertised)
Block Technology Manager
24 ( Advertised)
Subject Matter Specialist
504 (98 SMS Joined at Different Blocks & Rest
under the process of Recruitment)
Farmers Friend
8266 (1970 FF selected)
54
54
ATMA Programme
55
55
Financial Achievement of CS/ CSS from 2007-08 to 2009-10
Rs. In Lakhs
Year
Balance as on
Fund Released
Total (Balance
Expd. As on
Balance as on
1st April
during the Year
+ Release)
31st March
1st April
2007-08
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2008-09
0.00
980.412
980.41
349.28
631.13
2009-10
631.13
468.00
1099.13
818.15
280.95
Component
Balance As
Fund
Fund Released
Expenditure as
under NFSM
on 1st April
Released to
to District
on Aug, 2010
Balance
State
NFSM-Rice
280.95
578.00
421.84
179.37
242.47
NFSM-Pulses
Nil
579.00
526.71
135.29
391.42
A3P
Nil
273.00
273.00
56.77
216.23
Total
280.95
1430.00
1221.55
371.43
850.12
Expenditure on Paddy, Moong, Arhar, Urad Seed – 246.03 lakhs during Kharif , 2010
56
AREA OF OPERATION (Rice & Pulses & A3P)
NFSM-RICE (2007-08)
NFSM-PULSE (2010-11)
Ranchi
Ranchi
Gumla
Gumla
Simdega
Simdega
Hazaribagh
Hazariabgh
West Singhbhum
West Singhbhum
Khunti
-
Ramgarh
Palamau
NFSM-A3P (2010-11)
Simdega
Palamau
Chatra
Garhwa
Garhwa
Latehar
Seraikella
Dumka
Dumka
Giridih
Lohardaga
Pakur
Sahebganj
A3P- Accelerated Pulses Development Programme includes only Pigeon pea (Arhar) in Kharif57
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-RICE at Jharkhand during 2009-10
S
No
Approved Interventions
.
1
2
3
4
A.
B.
5
6
7
Approved rate of
assistance
Unit
Demonstration of Improved
Package of Practices
Rs. 2500 per
Demon
Nos
Demonstration on System of
Rice Intensification
Rs. 3000 per
Demon
Nos.
Demonstration on Hybrid Rice
Technology
Rs. 3000 per
Demon
Nos.
Support for Promotion of Hybrid
Rice Seeds
Assistance for Production of
Hybrid Rice Seeds
Rs. 1000 per qtl
Assistance for Distribution of
Hybrid Rice Seeds
Rs. 2000 per qtl
Assistance for Distribution of
HYV Seeds
Rs. 500 per qtl
A. Seed Minikits of High
Yielding Varieties
Full Cost
B. Seed Minikts of Hybrid
Varieties
Full Cost
Incentive for Micro Nutrients (
In Deficient Soils)
Rs. 500 per ha
Target as approved
by GOI
Cumulative
Achievement
Phy.
Fin.
Phy.
Fin.
4236
105.9
4177.00
73.66
1766
52.98
1766.00
28.45
1060
31.8
1060.00
17.91
0
0
0.00
0.00
0
0
0.00
0.00
2000
40
1398.00
27.76
80992
404.96
49339
246.60
11694
0
10194.00
0.00
4000
0
4000.00
0.00
19000
95
1000.00
5.00
Qtl
Qtl
Qtl
Nos
Nos.
Ha
58
Contd….
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-RICE at Jharkhand during 2009-10
S No.
Approved Interventions
Approved rate of
assistance
Unit
8
Incentive for liming in Acid
Soils
Rs. 500 per ha
Ha
9
Incentive for Conoweeder
and other implements
Rs. 3000 per
implement
per farmer
Nos.
Incentive for Zero Till Seed
Drills (Tractors/Bullock Drawn)
Rs. 15000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
10
11
Incentive for Multicrop
planters
Rs. 15000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
12
Incentive on Seed Drills
Rs. 15000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
13
Incentive on Rotavators.
Rs. 30000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
14
Incentive for Pump Sets
Rs. 10000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
15
Incentive on Power Weeders
Rs. 15000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
16
Incentive on Knap Sack
Sprayers
Rs. 3000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
17
Assistance for Plant
Protection Chemicals and
bio-agents
Rs. 500 per ha
ha
Target as approved
by GOI
Cumulative
Achievement
500
2.5
0.00
0.00
3900
117
1166
27.74
500
75
259.00
38.85
0
0
0.00
0.00
0
0
0.00
0.00
500
150
0.00
0.00
500
50
500
50.00
500
75
0.00
0.00
5000
150
4628.
128.72
30000
150
11900.00
60.39
59
Contd….
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-RICE at Jharkhand during 2009-10
S
No.
Approved Interventions
Approved rate of
assistance
Unit
18
Farmers Training
Rs.17000 per Training
No.
19
Award for Best Performing
District
Rs. 5.00 lakh per year
Nos.
20
Misc Expenditure
a)
PMT and Other Misc
Expenses at District Level
Rs. 6.36 lakhs per
district per year
No.
PMT and other Misc.
Expenses at State Level
Rs. 13.87 lakhs per
State
No.
b)
21
Local Initiatives
A.
Incentive on Drum Seeder
B.
Promotion of Organic
Compost through Vermi
Compost in SHG
Total
-Rs. 3000 per farmer
per Machine
Nos.
Rs. 0.25 Lakh per
Group
Nos.
Target as approved
by GOI
Cumulative
Achievement
500
85
229
33.99
1
5
0.00
0.00
0
0
0.00
0.00
5
31.8
0.00
23.60
1
13.87
0.00
9.92
0
0
0.00
0.00
500
15
44.00
1.32
177
44.25
173.00
44.25
1695.06
818.15
60
Activity wise achievement
Activitiy wise
of Achivement
NFSM-RICE duirng
at Jharkhand
2010-11
during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Target Approved by
Govt. of India
Cumulative
Achievement
Phy.
Fin.
Phy.
Fin.
1. Demon. Of Improved
Package of Practices
Rs. 2500/
demo
Nos.
1200
30.000
300
7.50
2. Demonstration on SRI
Rs. 3000/
demon
Nos.
400
12.000
100
3.00
3. Demon. On Hybrid Rice
Tech.
Rs. 30000 /
demon
Nos.
361
10.830
90.25
2.7075
4. Support for Promotion of
Hybrid Rice Seeds.
--
--
-
-
0
-
-
A) Asst. for Production of
Hybrid Rice Seeds
Rs. 1000/qtl
Qtl.
0
B) Assistance for Distribution
of Hybrid Rice Seeds
Rs. 2000/qtl
Qtl.
2000
40.000
1028.08
20.562
5. Assistance for Distribution
of HYV Seeds
Rs. 500/ qtl
Qtl.
81000
405.00
27760.15
138.8
6. Seed Minikits of HYV &
Hybrid
Full Cost
Nos.
--
--
-
-
7. Incentive for Micro
Nutrients (In Deficient Soils)
Rs. 500/ha
Ha.
20000
100.00
-
- 61
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-RICE at Jharkhand during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Target Approved by
Govt. of India
Phy.
Fin.
Cumulative
Achievement
Phy.
Fin.
8. Incentive for Liming in Acid
Soil
Rs. 500 / ha
ha
600
3.00
-
-
9 Assistance for Plant
Protection Chemicals & BioAgents
Rs. 500 / ha
Ha
10000
50.000
-
-
10. Incentive for Conoweeder
and other implements
Rs. 3000/
machine/farmer
Nos.
3000
90.00
-
-
11. Incentive on Knapsack
sprayers
Rs. 3000 / machine/
farmer
Nos.
4000
120.00
-
-
12. Incentive for Zero till seed
drills (Tractors/ Bullock drawn)
Rs. 15000/ machine/
farmer
Nos.
500
75.00
-
-
13. Incentive for Multicrop
Planters
Rs. 15000
/machine/farmer
Nos.
--
--
-
-
14. A. Incentive on Seed Drills
Rs. 15000 / machine/
farmer
Nos.
--
--
-
-
15. Incentive on Power
Weeder
Rs. 15000/ machine/
farmer
Nos.
--
--
-
-
16. Incentive on Rotavators
Rs. 30000/ machine/
farmer
Nos.
100
30.000
-
-
62
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-RICE at Jharkhand during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Target approved by
Govt. of India
Phy.
Fin.
Cumulative
Achievement
Phy.
Fin.
17. Incentive for Pumpset
Rs. 10000 per farmer
per machine
Nos.
300
30.00
18. Farmers Training
Rs.17000 /Trg.
Nos.
160
27.200
40
6.80
19. Award for Best Performing
District
Rs. 5 lakh / year
Nos.
0
0.00
-
-
20. Misc. Expenditure
A) PMT and Misc. Expenses
(Dist.)
Rs. 6.36 lakh/ district/
year
Nos.
5
31.800
-
-
B) PMT and Misc. Expenses
(State)
Rs. 13.87 lakhs /
State
Nos.
1
13.870
-
-
--
0
-
-
-
21. Local Initiatives
Total
1068.70
179.37
63
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-PULSES at Jharkhand during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Target Approved
by GOI
Phy.
Fin.
1. Seed
(i) Purchase of breeder seed of pulses from ICAR
Full cost as per uniform
rate fixed by DAC (Apx.
Rs. 5234 / Qtl)
Qtl.
400
20.936
(ii) Production of Foundation Seed
Rs. 1000/ Qtl
Qtl
3970
39.70
(iii) Production of Certified Seed
Rs. 1000/ qtl
Qtl
11190
111.90
15160
151.6
35591
427.092
Sub total (ii & iii)
(iv) Distribution of Certified Seed
Rs. 1200/ per qtl
Qtl
Strengthening of State Seed Certification Agency
Rs.25.00 lakhs per state
per year
2. Organization of Technology Demonstration of 0.4 ha
Rs. 5000 per demo.
Nos.
3. Frontline Demonstration of Pulses
Rs. 5000/- per Demon /
One ha
4. Integrated Nutrient Management
(a) Line / Gypsum
25.00
2700
54.00
Ha
00
00.00
Rs. 750/- per ha
Ha
3690
27.675
(b) Micro- Nutrients
Rs. 500/- per ha
Ha
4500
22.500
(c) Asst. for Rhizobium Culture/ Phosphate solublizing
bacteria distribution
Rs. 100/- per ha
Ha
7500
7.50
Ha
15690
57.675
Sub Total INM (4 (a) – 4(c)
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Activity wise achievement of NFSM-PULSES at Jharkhand during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Target Approved
by GOI
Phy.
Fin.
22.320
5. Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Rs. 750/- per ha
Ha
2996
6. Assistance for Distribution of NPV
Rs. 250/- per ha
Ha
0.0
7. Assistance for Distribution of PP
Chemical
Rs. 500/- per ha
Ha
2958
14.79
5934
37.110
Sub Total IPM (5 to 7)
0.0
8. Assistance for Weedicides
Rs. 500/ per ha
Ha
00.00
00.00
9. Incentive for Knapsack Sprayers
Rs. 3000/- per machine
Nos.
1500
45.00
10. Incentive on Zero Till Seed Drill
Rs. 15000 per Machine
Nos.
100
15.00
11. Incentive on Multicrop Planter
Rs. 15000 per Machine
Nos.
50
7.5
12. Incentive on Seed Drill
Rs. 15000 per machine
Nos.
100
15.00
13. Incentive on Rotovators
Rs. 30000 per machine
Nos.
200
60.00
Nos.
1950
142.500
Sub Total Machinery (9-13)
14. Distribution of Sprinkler Sets
Rs. 7500/ per ha
Nos.
600
45.00
15. Incentive for Pumpsets
Rs. 10000 per machine
Nos.
900
90.00
16. Assistance for pipe for carryng water
from source to the field.
Rs. 15000 for carrying pipe upto 800
meters
Meters
122000
22.875
65
Activity wise achievement of NFSM-PULSES at Jharkhand during 2010-11
Intervention
Assistance
Unit
Tentative Target (GOI)
Phy.
Fin.
17. a) Extension, Training including Award to best
Performing District
I) Training on Pattern of FFS
Rs. 17000/ training
Nos.
150
25.50
ii) State level training for trainers
Rs. 1.00 lakh / training
Nos.
1
1.00
iii) Award for best performing district
Rs. 6.0 lakh/ training
Nos.
State not eligible
18. Local Initiative ( Activity Wise) Preparation ov
vermicompost by SHG/Farmers club.
Rs..25 lakhs / unit
Nos.
30.00
19. Miscellaneous expenses relating to PMT
including contractual services, POL & other
expenses
a) District level (Existing NFSM District)
1.47 Lakh/ district
No. of Dist
15
22.05
b. State level;
8.28 Lakh/ State
No of
State
1
8.280
c. Misc Expenses to State for other Districts
Rs. 1.00 lakh per Dist
0
0.00
Total Financial (1-20)
1158.618
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Financial Progress of NFSM Pulses 2010
S.No.
Districts
1
Gumla
2
Approved amount
in lakh
Released
amount in lakh
Expenditure as
on 31.08.2010
101.81
61.05
15.27
Palamu
76.29
45.38
18.20
3
Simdega
100.25
59.66
12.47
4
Garhwa
79.51
43.33
2.21
5
Latehar
57.70
31.98
9.01
6
Ranchi
61.27
30.21
3.20
7
W.Singbhum
69.25
42.59
42.50
8
Seraikela
73.08
44.28
5.95
9
Dumka
51.82
27.70
1.59
10
Giridih
44.11
22.51
6.22
11
Lohardaga
54.01
27.23
4.96
12
Hazaribag
41.43
23.56
6.06
13
Pakur
48.60
23.68
1.39
14
Chatra
36.31
18.17
4.55
15
Sahebganj
58.38
25.38
1.71
16
Total
953.80
526.71
135.29
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Selected Districts & Area under A3P
District
Unit
Area in ha
Blocks/Villages
Garhwa
2
2000
Garhwa, Nagarutari,
Bhawnathpur, Kharanji, Kandi
Palamau
1
1000
Patan, Chainpur, Bishrampur,
Satbarwa, Lesliganj
Simdega
1
1000
Simdega, Karsai, Kurdag
Dumka
1
1000
Dumka, Jama, Jarmundi
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FINANCIAL PROGRESS OF NFSM-A3P DURING 2010-11
S.No.
District
Approved
Amount in Lakhs
Released
Amount in
Lakhs
Expenditure
in Lakhs
1
Palamau
54.66
54.66
13.75957
2
Garhwa
109.32
109.32
18.01608
3
Simdega
54.66
54.66
15.0000
4
Dumka
54.66
54.66
10.00
5
Total
273.30
273.30
56.77
Note : Payment of cost of different inputs are under process
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Status of Project Management Team in NFSM-Rice
S.No. Name of Post
Sanctioned No.
No. Filled No. of
Vacant
post
Remarks
1
State
Consultant
2
2
0
2
STA
2
1
1
3
District
Consultant
5
3
2
4
TA
20
8
12
Advertisement
published (
PRD No.
35880, dated:
11.08.10)
Selection
process is to
be completed
this month.
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Status of Project Management Team in NFSM-PULSE
S.No.
Name of Post
Sanctioned No.
Remarks
1
State Consultant
1
2
STA
2
3
District Consultant
15
Advertisement
published ( PRD No.
35879, dated:
11.08.10)
Selection process is
to be completed this
month.
4
TA
30
Under A3P, 5 TA (one in each unit) is placed.
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Performance of Minikits of Rice varieties especially of
Stress/ Submergence tolerant varieties.
1. The High Yielding Varieties Rajendra Mansuri and MTU
1001 recommended for low land situation under minikits
could not be supplied. MTU-1010 was supplied in
substitute for minikits.
2. Drought tolerant variety Sahbagi recommended for
minikits could not be supplied.
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Financial Progress of NFSM (Seed Component during Kharif 2010)
S No.
Crop
Qty in Qtls
Value in Lakhs
1.
Paddy (CS)
25594.70
127.98
2.
Paddy (Hybrid)
1038.50
20.77
4.
Moong
1428.40
97.28
5.
Urad
4825.98
6.
Arhar
1850.05
7.
Total
34737.63
246.03
73
Physical and Financial Target during 2010-11
S No.
Component
Physical Target
No.
Ha.
1
Installation of Drip
Irrigation System
10227
4091
2.
Installation of
Sprinkler Irrigation
System
3972
3972
3.
Demonstration
91
45.50
4.
Administrative
Expenses
Total
Financial in
Lakhs
2896.14
14.95
20.61
14290
8108.50
2931.70
74
Component wise Financial Outlay for the year 2010-11
S
No.
Component
Balance
as on
1.4.10
Outlay
State
Share
Contributi
on of
Agency
(25%)
Farmers
Contribution
Total
1
Installation of
Drip Irrigation
System
183.361
975.10
1448.07
0
289.61
2896.141
2.
Installation of
Sprinkler
Irrigation
System
3.
Demonstration
5.96
5.25
0
3.74
0
14.95
4.
Administrative
Expenses
0.97
19.64
0
0
0
20.61
190.291
999.99
1448.07
3.74
289.61
2931.701
Total
Approval order of Rs. 1448.07 Lakhs is in progress.
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Best Extension Practices
 MukhyaMantri Kisan Khushali Yojana – Focus on Cluster
Approach & Integrated Farming.
 Co-ordination
among
Kisan
Mitra,
Matsya
Mitra
,
Secretary of Watershed Committee.
KISAN MELA organised at state & district level.
Helpline establised for redresal of kisan credit card
problem.
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continued
• AWS reception centre at JSAC & Directorate to receive weather
forecasting and disseminating AAS through email.
• Extension through NGO like RK Mision, Holy cross, KGVK,etc by
engaging them in demo, minikit distribution& FFS under NFSM,
Extension Reforms.
• Engaging achievers farmers in different extension activities.
• Questions answer session for farmers in kisanmela.
• Involvement of MASS & Card for training & exposure visits.
• Dairy & Fisheries farmers used as resource persons.
• Publication of ATMA sandesh & technical materials in regional
languages.
• Coordination between SAMETI & SAU.
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BEST EXTENSION PRACTICES IN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
Establishment of Seed Village / Beej Gram: To meet the requirement of Certified Seed, the Dept. of Agriculture has
created a concept to produce certified seeds in collaboration with seed
village/ cooperative society (Private Sector).
Year wise seed production under seed village programme
S No.
Year
No. of Seed
Village
Established
Area Covered
(ha)
Production
(qtl)
1
2003-04
02
235
10350
2
2004-05
04
316
13158
3
2005-06
08
521
24036
4
2006-07
10
893
30463
5
2007-08
15
1397
43094
6.
2008-09
21
1887
69555
No. of District Covered So far
-
17
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BEST EXTENSION PRACTICES IN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
Role of Seed village (Beej Gram) to improve seed replacement rate :
seed village/Cooperative society has contributed a vital role to achieve
the Seed replacement rate in self pollinated crop (25% & Cross Pollinated
crops 33%.
Crop
Area
(‘000 ha)
Total Seed
requirement
(lakh qtl)
Requirement of
Seed at SRR
25% and 33%
(qtl)
Production
through
Seed village
in 2008-09
SRR
received by
Seed village
Paddy
1684.556
8.42
2.10
0.69
8.19%
Wheat
91.474
1.14
0.29
0.02
2%
Maize
205.259
0.41
0.14
--
--
Pulses
367.219
0.73
0.24
0.01
2
Oilseed
124.211
0.08
0.03
0.005
6%
The SRR of the State has gone 9% to 16% this year as compared to last year
only due to the contribution of seed village.
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