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Planning

Functions of Chief Planning Office:

Rainfall Statistics

Rainfall Statistics are used for monitoring the seasonal conditions and the progress of Agricultural operations on a continuous basis. These statistics on Daily Rainfall are collected station-wise by the Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers, and the same is transmitted to the Chief Planning Office. State Disaster Mitigation Society (APSDMS) established Automatic Weather Stations in all Mandals. There are (17 ) manual Rainguage Stations in the District, which are in Old Revenue Mandals. Manual Rainguage stations not available in Bibipet, Rajampet, Ramareddy, Nasrullabad and Pedda Kodapgal Mandals. (30 ) Automatic Weather Stations available in the District right now. These stations transmit hourly data on six parameters namely rainfall, humidity, temperature, wind velocity, direction and barometric pressure. Everyday Rainfall recorded in Manual Rainguage Stations and Automatic Weather Stations will be integrated by the Director, Director of Economics and Statistics it is available in public domain www.tsdps.telangana.gov.in Mandal-wise with details of Normal Rainfall and Actual Rainfall recorded as on the date.

The rainfall data is analyzed in relation to normal rainfall on a daily basis to know the behavior of rain in different locations and its impact on the agricultural situation.

The Chief Planning Officer, Kamareddy transmits Rainfall data on Daily, Weekly and Monthly basis to the following officials.

S.No Rainfall data on Daily, Weekly and Monthly basis  Reporting Officials
1 Daily Rainfall

1. Collector & District Magistrate, Kamareddy                            

 2. Additional Collector ( Revenue )

2 Monthly Rainfall Director, Directorate of Economics andStatistics,Hyderabad
3 Weekly Seasonal Condition and Crop report Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics,Hyderabad
4 Monthly Seasonal Condition and Crop report Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics,Hyderabad

Agricultural Census

Agricultural year ( June to May ) is divided in to basically two seasons viz., Kharif (Vanakalam) and Rabi (Yasangi) Agricultural census is conducted in both seasons Viz., Kharif (Vanakalam) and Rabi (Yasangi) in a year.

All the 186 crops which are sown during the period from June to September are recorded as Kharif (Vanakalam) crops. All the crops which are sown during the period from October to March are considered as Rabi (Yasangi) crops.

Based on the crop enumeration taken up by the Agricultural Extension Officers of Agriculture Department, the Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers will collect data Crop-wise and Village-wise from AEOs. After verifying the data and reconciling with line departments viz., Revenue, Irrigation, Horticulture, Agriculture etc., transmit data to the Divisional Dy. Statistical Officer at Division Level.

The Divisional Dy. Statistical Officer at Division Level compile Crop-wise and Mandal-wise data and transmit to the Chief Planning Officer

The due dates for submission of Kharif (Vanakalam) and Rabi (Yasangi) Agricultural Census Abstracts are given below:

Sl.No

ACTIVITY

DUE DATE

Kharif (Vanakalam)

DUE DATE

Rabi (Yasangi)

1

Enumeration period

5th Oct. to 20th Oct.

05th April to 20th April

2

Preparation and Checking of Village Areas.

20th Oct. to 25th Oct.

21st April to 25th April

3

Preparation of Mandal abstracts

25th Oct. to 4th Nov.

26th April to 05th May

4

Submission of Mandal abstracts to the Divisions

5th November

06th May

5

Submission of the Divisional abstracts to the District (after scrutiny of mandal abstracts )

10th November

15th May

6

Submission of the District abstracts to the D.E. &S., Hyderabad.

30th November

31st May

Area Statistics

Advance Estimates

Generally, crop-wise area sown particulars are available only after conducting of Agricultural Census, every season. But it is too late to estimate crop-wise production at this juncture and of no use. This estimation should be well in advance prior to the agricultural Census, to assess whether the estimated production is sufficient to cater the needs of stake-holders.

Further, it is also required for the purpose of Planning and to take policy decisions to regulate market fluctuations, public distribution, EXIM (Export and Import) policies MSP etc., and to take major policy decisions during the Agriculture Season ( prior to the completion of Agriculture Census) Kharif (Vanakalam) and Rabi (Yasangi)), data on Agriculture production is essential and as such Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture introduced a system of preparing “ Advance Estimates” in the year 1997-98 and being in implementation for estimation of production, important parameters required are:

1) Area under different crops

2) Average yield/ yield rate per hectare for each crop

3) Estimation of production using statistical tools.

SOURCE OF DATA :

The area sown particulars collected by the Agricultural Extension Officer at village level will be aggregated at Mandal, District and at State levels. The yield rate for each crops will be worked out based on Crops Cutting Experiments results and existing seasonal conditions and thereby basically four periodical advance estimates are prepared during an Agricultural year and they are as follows.

FIRST ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The areas likely to be sown up to the end of the Kharif (Vanakalam) season have to be reported by 13th August in the prescribed format by the MPSOs to CPO Office. The data collected will be reconciled at District Level with line Department i.e., Agriculture, Irrigation, Horticulture, Cane Commissioner, Ground Water Officer, District Marketing Officer etc., Cutoff date for submission of first Advance Estimates to the Directorate, D.E&S is 15th August every year.

Area: The area figures of Kharif (Vanakalam) season at the District level will be based on the advance estimate figures provided by the Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers.

Yield: The Normal yields (average of preceding 5 years) will be adopted.

Production= Area x Yield

SECOND ADVANCE ESTIMATES: (AREA OF KHARIF (VANAKALAM) AND RABI (YASANGI)) :

The actual area sown in Kharif (Vanakalam) season and area sown up to 15th December and likely to be sown during the rest of Rabi (Yasangi) season have to be furnished. The Mandal Planning & Statistical Officer will furnish information by 15th December. Cut of date for furnishing of second advance estimates report to the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics is 20th December every year.

Area: The area figures of Actual Kharif (Vanakalam) season and estimated figures of the Rabi (Yasangi) season at the District level will be based on the advance Estimated figures provided by the Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers.

Yield: Preliminary estimates are worked out for the crops for which Crop Cutting experiments conducted in the District and for the remaining crops based on the arrivals in Market.

THIRD ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The actual area sown in Kharif (Vanakalam) and likely area sown in Rabi (Yasangi) seasons have to be furnished. Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers submit 3rd Advance Estimates to the CPO Office by 15th March. Cut of date for furnishing of Third advance estimates report to the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics is 20th March every year.

Area: The actual area figures of Actual Kharif (Vanakalam) and estimated figures of Rabi (Yasangi) season at the District level will be based on the figures provided by the MPSOs .

Yield: For the Kharif (Vanakalam) crops the preliminary / Final estimates will be Adopted / For the Rabi (Yasangi) crops preliminary / Advance estimates will be adopted.

FOURTH ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The fourth advance estimates of area, yield and production of Kharif (Vanakalam) crops and revised estimates of area, yield and production of Rabi (Yasangi) crops have to be furnished. Mandal Planning & Statistical Officers have to submit 4th Advance Estimates report to the CPO by 25th May. Cut of date for furnishing of Fourth Advance Estimates report to the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics is June 5th before

Area: The Final area figures of Kharif (Vanakalam) and Rabi (Yasangi) seasons are available by this time will be adopted.

Yield: For Kharif (Vanakalam) crops, final productivity estimates will be adopted. For Rabi (Yasangi) crops preliminary estimates will be adopted.

Due dates for submission of Advance estimates to the Director, D.E&S from District.

Sl.No

Advance Estimate

Area sown upto

Due date

1

First

13th August

15th August

2

Second

15th December

20th December

3

Third

15th March

20th March

4

Fourth

25th May

5th June

Timely Reporting of Agricultural Statistics:

This is an ongoing scheme implemented since 1971-72.

Purpose :

To reduce the time lag in the availability of final estimates, to provide season wise area estimates while the crops are standing, to arrive at separate estimates for both Irrigated & un-irrigated areas under different crops, to estimates the areas under high yielding varieties. Under this scheme the Area Estimates (Un-Biased and Ratio Estimates) and Standard Error are Calculated as per methodology presented by GOI of Principal Crops. The data collected from 4 cards in 20% of the villages every year.

Card No.

Crops covered

Due date

1

Paddy, Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, Maize and all types of vegetables

15th October

2

Redgram, Geengram, Blackgram, Groundnut, Sunflower, Soya been, Seasamum, Castor, Cotton, Sugarcane, Chillies and Onion

15th October

3

Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, Maize, Bengalgram, Geengram,Blackgram,RedChillies(Rabi (Yasangi)), Groundnut, Sunflower, Tobaco and Onion

31st January

4

Paddy, Seasamum and all vegetables

31st March

INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS

Annual Survey of Industries(ASI)

The Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) is the principal source of Industrial Statistics in India. It provides information to assess the changes in the growth and structure of organized manufacturing sector comprising activities related to manufacturing processes, repair services gas and water supply and cold storage.

1 ASI Schedule:

ASI schedule is the basic tool to collect required data from the factories registered under Sections 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948. This schedule has two parts.

1 Part-I:

To collect data on Assets and Liabilities, Employment and Labour cost, Receipts, Expenses, Input items: indigenous and imported, Products and By-products, Distributive Expenses, etc.

1 Part-II:

To collect data on different aspects of Labour statistics, namely, working days, man-days worked, absenteeism, Labour turnover, man-hours worked etc.

Coverage of Units:

It covers all factories registered under

  1. Sections 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948, where the manufacturing process is defined under Section 2(k) of the said Act.
  2. The survey also covers bidi &cigar manufacturing establishments registered under the Bidi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act 1966.
  3. Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and eligible captive plants are also covered in the Survey.

2m(i) : ten or more workers are working in manufacturing process with aid of power

2m(ii) : 20 or more workers are working in manufacturing process without aid of power

Captive generating plant

means a power plant set up by any person to generate electricity primarily for its (his) own use. Also, by this definition, a group of industries can set up a big generating station for their groups’ use and sell excess power.

Uncovered Units

  1. a) All Government Departments
  2. b) Defense establishments
  3. c) Oil storage and distribution Depot
  4. d) The electricity units registered with the CEA (Central Electricity Authority)
  5. e) The departmental units such as railway workshops, RTC workshops, Govt. Mints, sanitary and water supply, gas storage
  6. f) Restaurants and Cafes
  7. g) Technical training institutions not producing anything for sale or exchange.
  8. h) Oil storage and distribution units

OBJECTIVES

ASI is designed to obtain comprehensive and detailed data for the following objectives, viz.,

  1. Estimation of the contribution of manufacturing industries as a whole and of each type of industry to the “State Income”
  2. To analyze the various factors influencing industries in the State.

Every Year list of Factories selected under ASI will be communicated to the District by the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics. In turn the Mandal Planning and Statistical Officer has to collect the information duly visiting the selected Industry.

Index of Industrial Productions

The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is a yardstick for measuring Industrial growth in the District. It includes the relative change of physical production in the field of Industry during specific period as compared to the previous period. The IIP is estimated for combined state monthly by collecting data from selected units of Manufacturing, Mining and Quarrying and Electricity.

OBJECTIVE

The main objective is to estimate the contribution of Industrial sector to the Gross State Domestic Product. IIP in the State is being compiled with base year 2004-05 for 22 industrial classifications at 2-digit level under manufacturing sector. Details of units selected for collection of Industrial Production Details in the District is shown below;

Sl.No

Name of the Industry

Details of Manufacturing

1

Desai Beedi Factory, Kamareddy Village and Mandal.

Beedi Manufacturing.

2

M/s. Guru Raghavendra Industry, Kamareddy Village and Mandal.

Rice

3

M/s. Gayathri Sugars Ltd, Adloor Village of Sadashivanagar Mandal.

Sugar Manfacturing

PRICES STATISTICS

INTRODUCTION

Price statistics play a very significant role in the economy of the state as well as country. Price is termed as an economic ‘Barometer’ of real purchasing power of the community. The price stability is considered by the Nations the World over as a crucial pre-condition for sustained growth in economy. Variation in prices is measured in the form of Index Numbers.

One of the foremost concerns of the Govt. is to have a regular and periodic check on the movement of prices of essential commodities. So as to take remedial measures for curtail market fluctuations & inflation. The Directorate of Economics and Statistics has been collecting and compiling the following types of prices statistics:

1) Retail prices of Essential Commodities.

2) Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers

3) Wholesale Prices of Agricultural Commodities

4) Farm harvest Prices of Kharif (Vanakalam)& Rabi (Yasangi) Seasons

5) Monthly Wages of Agricultural Labour

6) Prices of Live-stock & Live-stock Products

7) Prices of Building Material & Wage Rates of Construction Workers

The collection of above prices are undertaken on Daily, Weekly, Monthly and season-wise basis. The Mandal Planning & Statistical Officer is the main data suppliers of Price Statistics. The MPSO collect the prices from the selected shops and markets as per the time scheduled and transmitted to the CPO Office through online.

RETAIL PRICES

The Retail Price is the price of goods or products, when it is sold to the end user for consumption, not for resale through a third party distribution channel. It is also defined as money cost to the consumer of a specified unit of sale which include all taxes but exclude all rebates discounts etc,

LIST OF CENTRES FOR 6 AND 21 ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES PRICES

1) Prices are collected on daily basis for 6 commodities and weekly basis for 30 commodities from fixed shop and for fixed variety of a particular commodity. These prices are collected from Divisional head quarters to take faster and effective market intervention to control the price.

2) Retail prices inclusive of all taxes, like local taxes etc., and exclusive of discount, rebates etc.,

3) Retail prices are collected to monitor prices of essential commodities for the benefit of consumers.

4) Consolidated report will be generated & submitted to the Commissioner, Civil Supplies and the Economic Advisor, RBI

Usage of the data

1) Retail prices are collected to monitor prices of essential commodities for the benefit of consumers.

2) These prices are collected on daily & weekly basis from Kamareddy Divisional head quarters to take faster and effective market intervention to control the price.

3) Centre wise reports are being collected and furnishing to the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Hyderabad.

DAILY RETAIL PRICES

The Daily prices of six Essential commodities are BEING collected from the Kamareddy Divisional Head Quarters on daily basis and furnishing to the Director, D.E &S on daily basis to monitor Price trends. The six Commodities are Rice, Redgramdal, Groundnut Oil, Tamarind (with / without seed), Red Chillies (dry) and Onions.

WEEKLY RETAIL PRICES.

The wEEKLY prices of 21 Essential commodities are collected from the Kamareddy Divisional Head Quarters on daily basis and furnishing to the Director, D.E &S on daily basis to monitor Price trends. The 21 Commodities are Wheat, Jowar, Ragi, Bajra, Gram Dal, Moong Dal, Urad Dal, Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, Vanaspathi, Salt, Turmeric Power, Potatoes, Birnjal, Lady Finger, Tomatoes, Bananas, Sugar and Gur.

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX – RURAL:-

For the purpose of Consumer Price Index ( Rural ) 6 centres were identified in the District. The Mandal Planning and Statistical Officer of selected Mandal collect Prices of 234 items. Details of Centres are shown below;

Sl.No

Name of the Mandal

Name of the Village

Due Date

1

Bhiknur

Bhiknur

1st Friday of the month

2

Kamareddy

Gargul

2nd Friday of the month

3

Bhichkunda

Bhichkunda

3rd Friday of the month

4

Nasrullabad

Nasrullabad

4th Friday of the month

5

Lingampet

Lingampet

1st Friday of the month

6

Yellareddy

Adivilingal

2nd Friday of the month

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX – URBAN:-

For the purpose of Consumer Price Index ( Urban ) 1 certre is identified in the District. The Mandal Planning and Statistical Officer of selected Mandal collect Prices of 234 items on every Friday and averages and submit to the Chief Planning Officer, Kamareddy. Details of Centre shown below;

Sl.No

Name of the Mandal

Name of the Village

Due Date

1

Kamareddy

Kamareddy

1st Friday of the month

HARVEST PRICES :-

Farm Harvest Prices of a commodity is defined as the average wholesale price, at which the commodity is disposed off by the producer to the trader at the village site during the specified marketing period after the commencement of harvest. The data on farm harvest prices are being viewed as an integral part of agricultural statistics and hence, they need to be collected through the same agency employed for the collection of area and yield statistics.

These agricultural commodities prices are mainly used in compilation of GSDP/GDDP, for arriving at the gross value of output of each commodity by multiplying the quantity of production with the respective Farm Harvest Price. As such, these Prices are used to convert the mass production into monitory terms or value terms.

Coverage of Crops: The coverage of Farm Harvest Prices is extended to selected crops in the Mandals based on Crop Area Sown. The Mandal Planning and Statistical Officer of the selected Mandal will collect Farm Harvest Prices for ( 6 ) weeks in peak harvest period.

Analysis of Local Bodies Accounts:-

In order to reflect the contribution made by the Local Bodies such as, Zilla Praja Parishads, Mandal Praja Parishads, Gram Panchayats, Municipal Corporations, Municipalities, Nagar Panchayats, HMDA, Metro Water Works, etc., the Annual Accounts of these bodies are being collected every year and the contributions are incorporated in the website of the Department.

District hand book of Statistics

The information in this Publication is being consolidated by the CPOs from different sources at the district level. After preparation of the publication, it is a being approved by the District Collectors. The approved publication is being reviewed at DES and finally sent for printing.

This publication contains of 19 chapters with 191 tables relating to the concerned districts. Mandal wise information on Population, Health and Family Welfare, Climates, Agriculture, Irrigation, Livestock & Veterinary Services, Fisheries, Forestry, Industries & Mining, Energy, Transport & Communications, Public finance , Prices, Banking, Labour & Employment, Social Security, Education, Local Bodies and Elected Public Representatives, Judicial & Police, Comparative Statistics are available in these publications. The salient features of the districts, important tourist & historical places, boundaries & topography of the district are also featured in these publications.

DHBS shows Mandal wise authentic and wide spread information on socio economic aspects prevailing in district. It is also considered as unique publication in the district consisting statistical data, reveals various data on activities of all the sectorial departments. It is most ample publication, producing statistical time series data on various parameters existing in the districts. This publication is a rich collection of data in several aspects. This publication is very useful to district planners, research scholars, heads of departments and all others.

After formation of Kamareddy District District Hand Book of Statistics is not published for various reasons. However soft copy is available in CPO Office.

Crop Estimation Survey

The objective of Crop Estimation Surveys is to obtain the estimates of average yield per hectare (productivity) and total production of principal crops, both at District and State levels by conducting crop cutting experiments. The scheme is being implemented from 1950-51 onwards in the State.

A crop cutting experiment for any specified crop involves marking of experimental plot of specified size in the selected field, harvesting, threshing and weighing of the produce obtained from it. In a specified number of cases, the produce so obtained will be stored and dried for a further period in order to determine the weight of the dried produce.

The following crops are covered under this survey.

Sl. No.

Food Crops

Non-Food Crops

1

Paddy (Rice) (K & R )

Soyabean (K)

2

Jowar (K & R )

Cotton (K)

3

Maize (K & R )

Sugarcane (K)

4

Redgram (K)

5

Greengram (K & R )

6

Blackgram (K & R )

7

Bengalgram ( R )

K – Kharif (Vanakalam) (Vanakalam), R – Rabi (Yasangi) (Yasangi)

FORMS TO BE SUBMITTED:

The details of selection and experimental results are collected in three different forms which are detailed below:

Form – I :-

This contains information on selection of survey numbers, name of the crop, condition of the crop sown, source of irrigation, expected harvest date, particulars of farmer etc.,

Form – II :-

This gives information on plot yields, inputs, irrigation facility etc.

Form –III :-

This provides information on driage experiment results.

CONDUCTING OF CROP CUTTING EXPERIMENT

DETAILS OF EXPERIMENTS PLANNED AND CONDUCTED IN KAMAREDDY

Sl.No

Scheme

Year

Kharif (Vanakalam) Season

Rabi (Yasangi) Season

1

GCES

2016-17

0

246

2

GCES

2017-18

472

438

3

GCES

2018-19

588

402

4

GCES

2019-20

622

388

5

Fruits & Vegetables

2016-17

0

26

6

Fruits & Vegetables

2017-18

0

26

7

Fruits & Vegetables

2018-19

0

26

8

Fruits & Vegetables

2019-20

0

26

NON CC EXPERIMENTS:- Yield of crops is plays pivotal role in contribution made to the GSDP of the State. Yield details for the crops for which CC Experiments were not conducting will be selected based on the Area Sown. The Mandal Planning & Statistical Officer of the selected Mandal will collect information as per the statistical method prescribed by the Department Details of Crops selected

Vaanakalam:- Cow Gram, Yasaangi:- Coriander, Wheat, Rajma Beans, Safflower.

NSS 77th Round (January – December, 2019)

A. Subjects covered

  1. Land and Livestock Holdings of Households and Situation Assessment of Agricultural Households 2. Debt and Investment
  2. Objective of the Survey

Land and Livestock holdings of households and situation assessment of agricultural households survey is aimed at generating different indicators of ownership and operational holdings of rural households, including their ownership of livestock and various estimates related to the situation of agricultural households indicators like (i) economic well-being as measured by their consumption expenditure, income, productive assets and indebtedness, (ii) their farming practices and (iii) awareness and access to various technological developments and welfare schemes in the field of agriculture.

Land and Livestock holdings of households and situation assessment of agricultural households survey is aimed at generating different indicators of ownership and operational holdings of rural households, including their ownership of livestock and various estimates related to the situation of agricultural households indicators like (i) economic well-being as measured by their consumption expenditure, income, productive assets and indebtedness, (ii) their farming practices and (iii) awareness and access to various technological developments and welfare schemes in the field of agriculture.

Similarly Debt and Investment survey aims to obtain quantitative information on the stock of assets, incidence of indebtedness, capital formation and other indicators of the rural/urban economy which will be of value in developing the credit structure in particular, and will also be required in other areas of planning and development.

NSS 78th Round (January – December, 2020)

A. Subjects covered

  1. Domestic Tourism Expenditure (January – June, 2020) 2. Multiple Indicator Survey (January – December, 2020)
  2. Objective of the Survey

Domestic Tourism Expenditure Survey is designed to collect detailed information on expenditure on domestic tourism along with some information on household characteristics, visitor characteristics and trip characteristics in relation to domestic overnight trips, required for preparation of Fourth Tourism Satellite Account(TSA) by Ministry of Tourism. In addition, some important information on trips and expenditure in connection with domestic same-day trips and information on services of tour operators, tour guides, etc., availed by the domestic tourists will also be collected in this survey.

Objective of Multiple Indicator Survey(MIS), is for developing some important indicators of Sustainable Development Goals 2030(SDGs). Besides SDGs, MIS collects information on Migration, Construction of houses since 2014-15 as per the request of Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Access to mass media and availability of Birth Registration certificate.

ADHOC SURVEYS:-

As per the directions of the Govt. of India and the Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics, the Planning Department will conduct following surveys in every ( 5 ) years.

1.Census of Land Holdings

2.Census of Water Bodies and Minor Irrigation Sources.

FIELD VISITING OF CENSUS OF WATER BODIES

DISTRICT KNOWLEDGE AND INOOVATION CENTRE (DKIC)

TRAC:

Telangana State Remote Sensing Applications Centre (TRAC) is an autonomous scientific organization under Planning Department, Government of Telangana. It is the nodal agency for Remote Sensing (RS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Global Positioning System (GPS) applications in Telangana. http://tracgis.telangana.gov.in.

District Knowledge and Innovation Centre is established in Kamareddy District.

Constituency Development Programme (CDP):

In order to take up various developmental activities in Assembly Constituencies and to address the felt needs of the people, the State Government is implemented Constituency Development Programme up to 2018-19. In this scheme every MLA is entitled for Rs.298.50 Crore. The Hon’ble MLAs can propose works in any village of their Assembly Constituency. As per Act No. 18/2017 the Hon’ble MLAs has to propose works in General Category, SCSDF and STSDF categories as per their entitlement. This is based on the Population of that categories. On the recommendations of Hon’ble MLAs/MLCs developmental works are being sanctioned in each Assembly Constituency in a year.

SECTOR-WISE PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL PROGRESS REPORT UNDER CDP GRANT FOR THE YEARS 2014-15 TO 2018-19 AS ON 31-08-2020

Attached as Annexure – I

Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS):

To create durable community assets on the locally felt needs of the people , this scheme is implementing by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, GoI. In this Scheme, the Hon’ble MPs are eligible to propose worth Rs.5.00 Crore in a Year. Nature of works may be in the Sectors of Drinking Water facility, Education, Electricity Facility, Health and Family Welfare, Irrigation Facilities, Sanitation , Public Health and Roads. The Hon’ble MPs (LS) are eligible for an amount of Rs.5.00 crores under this Scheme.

Special Development Fund (SDF):

As per the requests made by the Hon’ble MLAs and MLCs, the State Government Sanction grant under Special Development Fund to take up various developmental works in the District for welfare of the people.

Crucial Balancing Fund (CBF):

For completion of Important works in nature, to take up important socio-economic development activities and felt needs of the people , the Government is sanctioning grant under this scheme to the District Collectors. Discretional powers of utilizing the Grant is vested with District Collectors. The Scheme is introduced in the year 2015-16 with an entitlement of Rs. 10.00 Crore. After formation of Kamareddy District, the Government have sanctioned an amount of Rs.3.00 Core in 2016-17 , Rs.3.75 Crore in 2017-18, Rs.2.75 Crore in 2018-19 and Rs.1.30 Crore in 2019-20.

YEAR-WISE PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL PROGRESS REPORT UNDER CBF FROM THE YEAR 2015-16 TO 2019-20 AS ON 31-08-2020

Attached as Annexure – II

Related Websites:

Telangana State Development Planning Society:- https://tsdps.telangana.gov.in/

Telangana State Remote Sensing Applications Centre;- http://www.trac.telangana.gov.in/trac/

Directorate of Economics and Statistics:- https://www.ecostat.telangana.gov.in and http://des.telangana.gov.in/

Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme :- http://www.mplads.nic.in