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  1. RURAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES Presented by: Shaik Umme Salma Detty Nebu V .Rishika C.Kavitha..
  2.  As per the Finance Minister, the Ekalavya schools will be established for scheduled caste students by 2022 along the lines of Navodaya schools.  He said that Ekalavya model residential schools will be set up in each block having more than 50% tribal areas and 20,000 tribal people.
  3.  These schools will be part of Navodaya Vidyalayas and besides training in sports and skill development, there will also be special facilities for preserving local art and culture.
  4. OBJECTIVES:  Provide quality, middle and high level education to Scheduled Tribe (ST) students in remote areas.  Not only to enable them to avail of reservation in high and professional educational courses and as jobs in government and public and private sectors.  But also to have access to the best opportunities in education at par with the non ST population.
  5.  In the context of the trend of establishing quality residential schools for the promotion of education in all areas and habitations in the country, the Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) for ST students take their place among:  Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas.  Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas.  Kendriya Vidyalayas.  Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) are set up in States/UTs with grants under Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India.
  6. COVERAGE OF THE SCHEME:  As per existing EMRS Guidelines of 2010, at least one EMRS is to be set up in each (ITDA) / (ITDP) having 50% ST population in the area.  Ministry of Tribal Affairs has recognised 163 priority districts having 25% or more Scheduled Tribe (ST) population for implementation of tribal development programmes including establishment of Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRSs).
  7.  In order to further educational opportunities for more ST children, Government seeks to extend the facility of EMRSs in all the 672 Blocks where ST population is more than 50% of the total population in a span of next five years.
  8. STRUCTURE OF EMRS  Sufficient land would be given by the State Government for the school, play grounds, hostels, residential quarters, etc., free of cost.  The number of seats for boys and girls will be equal.  In these schools, education will be entirely free.
  9. COSTS & BUDGET  Capital Cost (NON-RECURRING) : The capital cost for the school complex, including hostels and staff quarters will now be Rs. 12.00 crore with a provision to go up to Rs.16.00 crore in hill areas, deserts and islands.
  10. RECURRING COST • Recurring cost during the first year for schools would be @ Rs. 42000/- per child. This may be raised by 10% every second year to compensate for inflation etc. • For procurement of essential, non-recurring items like furniture/equipment including for the kitchen, dining, hostel, recreation, garden etc. @ Rs.10 lakh per school - will be allowed once in every 5 years, allowing for inflation.
  12.  Udan is national integration & regional connectivity scheme to promote aviation sector  Tag line : Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik  Udan – regional airport development & connectivity scheme (RCS)  Launched by PM on 27 April, 2017
  13.  First flight service under Udan scheme – Shimla to Delhi  “Our goal is that people with slippers can also make a travel to the airplane”
  14. OBJECTIVES  “ Let the common citizen of the country fly”  Air travels affordable & wide spread  Boost national economic development, job growth  Air infrastructure development
  15.  At initial stage Udaan scheme will be applicable for 10 years & after that it will be revised after every 3 years  128 Udan routes have been specified – 43 cities  Cost of air travel for distance of 500 km is Rs2500 per seat (additional hr – Rs 5000/hr)
  16. COMPANIES UNDER UDAN SCHEME  Air India Allied Service, Spice Jet, Air Deccan, Air Odisha & Turbo Mega  Selected airlines have to provide fixed no: of seats at Rs 2500  Connect small towns & provide cheap travel to the common citizens
  17. VIABILITY GAP FUNDING (VGF)  One time or deferred type of payment  Provided for projects that are economically justified but not financially viable  For Udan scheme , VGF is estimated as Rs 205 Cr annually  20% of VGF is to come from states
  18. BENEFITS Airlines – new routes & more passengers Air port operators – business expansion Central govt – regional air connectivity & market expansion, tourism
  19. State govt – development of remote areas Start up airlines – new & assured business opportunity Citizens – affordable air travel connectivity & more jobs
  21.  It was launched and implemented by Union Ministry of Rural Development  Sub-scheme under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana- National Rural Livelihood mission(10-August-17). AIM:  To provide an alternative source of livelihood to the members of Self Help Groups by facilitating them to operate public transport in backward rural areas.
  22.  SHG member will be provided with an interest free loan upto Rs.6.5 lakhs for purchase of vehicle.  This scheme is implemented in 250 blocks in the country on pilot basis for a period of 3 years from 2017-2020.  It is implemented in 7 states namely Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jharkand, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal.
  23.  All vehicles under the scheme have a definite colour code and carry AGEY code to ensure identity and avoid diversion to other routes
  24.  This scheme will help to provide safe, affordable rural transport services.  To connect remote villages with key services such as access to markets, education and health.  Overall economic development of backward areas.
  26.  PM Sahaj Bijili Har Ghar Yojana- Saubhagya Yojana  Launched-25-september-2017 AIM:  To provide electricity connections to over 40 million families in rural and urban areas by December 2018
  27. WHY?  Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyothi Yojana(July,2015).  Large number of households still remaining without access to electricity  Ensuring the coverage of households
  28. IDENTIFYING BENEFICIARIES?  Power connection will be provided free of cost to all poor families  Socio Economic and Caste Census(SECC) 2011 data  Un-electrified households will also be provided with electricity connections under the scheme on payment of Rs.500/-
  29. EXPECTED OUTCOME  Environmental upgradation  Education services  Health services  Enhanced connectivity  Economic activities and jobs  Quality of life
  30. ORNAMENTAL FISHERIES PROJECT The Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, has envisaged a program to unlock the country’s ornamental fisheries sector through a special drive by launching a pilot scheme for the development of ornamental fisheries.
  31. OBJECTIVES :  To promote ornamental fish culture with cluster-based approach.  To augment ornamental fisheries trade and export earnings.  To create employment opportunities for the rural & peri-urban population.  Use of modern technology and innovation to make ornamental fisheries a thriving activity.
  32.  The pilot project on ornamental fisheries shall be implemented by the National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) through the Fisheries Departments of States/UTs.  For the purpose of implementation of the pilot project, a total of 8 potential States have been identified, viz., Assam, West Bengal, Odisha, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.