Monday, April 23, 2012


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
DRDA-IKP KARIMNAGAR

1. Institutional Building

Ø  Total SHGs in the District                                                                                   : 51222
Ø  Total No. of families covered in to SHGs                                           : 6,22,872
Ø  POP / Poor families covered in to SHGs                                            : 4,90,855
Ø  Village Organizations formed in the District                                     : 1991
Ø  VOs  Registration completed under APMACTS Act                                   : 1943
Ø  Mandal Samakhyas formed in the District                                        : 57
Ø  No. of MSs registration completed under APMACTS Act              : 57
Ø  Zilla Samakhya registration completed under APMACTS Act      : 1

2. SHG BANK LINKAGE:


Sl. No.
Year
Physical (SHGs)
Financial (Rs. in Crores)
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
1
2009-10
26000
20484
372.90
386.82
2
2010-11
13445
15927
(As on 31-03-11)
297.68
331.82
(As on 31-03-11)
3
2011-12

5122
(As on 05-11-11)

114.82
(As on 05-11-11)


Pavala Vaddi Report since inception upto 31.01.2011


Sl.
No.
Period
No.Of SHGs
Amount Paid in Crores
1
(01-07-2004 to 31-03-2005)
to
 (01-04-2009 to 31-03-2010)
235074
(Groups will be repeated)
48.70
2
(01-04-2010 to 31-03-2011)
38320
28.15










3. EGMM - Trainings & Placements Details:

Employment Generation & Marketing Mission

EGMM Trainings & Placements Since 2006-10
S. No
Year
No. of Trainings
Placements
1
2
3
4
1
2006-07
4591
3907
2
2007-08
6734
4915
3
2008-09
5747
3834
4
2009-10
2092
1697
5
2010-11
4920
3346
Total
24084
17699



Rajeev Yuva Kiranalu
Employment Generation & Marketing Mission
Over All Status of the Training Programs FY 2011-12
Sl. No
Training Partner
Target F.Y 2011-12
Trained
Placed
Under Training
Total (5+8)
Balance
(4-9)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
DRF
600
152
90

152
448
2
REDOX
200
36
28

36
164
3
Sahithi
800
272
190

272
528
4
Satyam
600
74
49

74
526
5
Textiles
200
63
41

63
137
6
Ants & Parnters
620
180
82

180
440
7
BITS
600
46
20

46
554
8
Global CHM, KNR
800
65
54

65
735
9
India Skills
400
8


8
392
10
Security
200
107
91

107
93
11
Tally
800
155
109
47
202
598
12
CMC
400


67
67
333
13
EWRC
200
130
13
30
160
40
14
Hyd Gems
400



0
400
15
NAC
1000
516
426
211
727
273
16
Skylark
800
135
85

135
665
17
SRI
500
190
151

190
310
18

500
36
36

36
464
Total
9620
2165
1465
355
2520
7100






4. MARKETING ACTIVITIES IN KARIMNAGAR DISTRICT

In Karimnagar, the village organizations of women SHGs were highly participating in purchasing paddy, on behalf of the Government to give support price to the farmers.

            Earlier, at the time of cropping season i.e., Khariff and Rabi, the limited no. of traders used to form ring and try to lower the prices so that the farmer is not getting the support price. The Civil Supplies Department is having little staff to overcome this as huge arrivals will be there at the time of season.

To overcome this and to provide support price to the farmers, the Government decided to utilize the services of Indira Kranthi Patham Village Organizations (Women SHG Organizations) as they were well established. This was piloted in Karimnagar District and Karimnagar stood first in the state every year.

To carry out this, the Civil Supplies Department will enter into an agreement with Zilla Samakhya which is the apex body of SHGs in the District, to purchase paddy from the farmers on behalf of the department at minimum support price with FAQ quality. For this the VOs will be paid some service charge i.e., 2.5% on turnover.

The village organization open mini marketing centers in the villages and give schedule to farmers village wise. They purchase the commodity in villages with FAQ quality at MSP. This avoided the middle men (Traders) system and helped the farmers a lot in getting support prices in the villages. Every year around 200 to 250 IKP purchasing centers will be opened and purchases paddy / maize to the tune of 400 to 500 crores in the district. This activity directly benefit to the farmers to the tune of 50 crores every years otherwise it goes to traders. This provides and income of around 8 to 12 crores every year to village organizations. There are many more advantages as mentioned below.




ADVANTAGES:
  1. The farmers are above to get minimum support price for Maize and Paddy at Village level itself.
  2. The Marketing interventions by the VO / MS has addressed the Village Level imperfections like unfair trade practices, Malpractice of the Middle men and traders are controlled / eliminated.
  3. Reduce expenditure in respect of Storage & Transportation.
  4. It is estimated to benefit the farmers nearly to an extent of Rs.50 crores.
  5. Income generation in Non-wage days.
  6. Seasonal employment generation in the marketing centers.

PROGRESS SINCE LAST THREE YEARS
Sl. No
Year
Crop Season
Total Qty.
(In MTs)
Total Value (in crores)
Commission Earned by IKP VOs (in crores)
Indirect benefit to the farmers @ Rs.80/- per qtl. (in lakhs)
1
2008-09
Khariff
1,65,438
153.07
2.30
13.23
Rabi
2,48,653
231.21
3.29
19.89
2
2010-11
Khariff
82,445
84.61
0.21
6.59
3
2010-11
Rabi
4,93,769
508.23
12.70
39.50

CURRENT SEASON, KHARIF-2011-12, PADDY PROCUREMENT AS ON 11.11.2011:
Ø  No. of IKP Procurement Centers               :           225
Ø  No. of IKP Procurement Mandals             :           51
Ø  Procurement                                                            :           35,040 MTs
Ø  Procurement Value                                                :           38.89 Crores
            Therefore, the model may implement in any other parts of the country where SHGs and their institutions were strong to help the farmers to get support price at their door steps.

            They are also inculcating NPM (Non Pesticidal Methods) to the farmers.



Village Grain Bank:


            It is the Government of India scheme. The Government of India has communicated the Village  Grain Bank scheme, according to which, various food based and employment generating schemes have made significant improvement in the food security situation of the country, yet access to food remains a problem in some chronically food scarce areas like drought prone areas hot & cold deserts and safeguard against starvation during the period of natural calamity or during the lean season when the marginalized food insecure households do not have sufficient resources to purchase the rations. Such people in need of food grains will be able to borrow food grains from Village Grain Banks set up with in the village.

Year
Mandals
No. of Villages
No of Grain Banks sanctioned
No of Beneficiary families proposed @ 40 Qtls per Grain Bank
Quantity required @ 40 Qtls per Grain bank.
Remarks
2009-10
19
211
250
10000
10000
Grounded
2010-11
23
472
684
27360
27360
Proposed


5. Dr. YSR Abhya Hastham:
Ø  2009-10 inception of Dr.YSR Abhaya Hastham is Co-Contributory pension scheme with insurance benefits.
Ø  2,55,684 SHG women were joined into the Scheme.
Ø  2,29,447 SHG women were renewed in the year 2010-11 and 29245 joined newly.
Ø  The total enrollment into the scheme is 2,58,692
Ø  4886 members are enrolled in NSP lite and already PRANs generated members by CRA-FC (4171).
Ø  No. of Abhya Hastham Pensions 35,377 per month @ Rs. 500/- per each.








6. SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT:

INSURANCE (AABY & ABH)

Statement showing Year & Scheme wise Achievement details of Insurance

Name of the Scheme
Year
Members enrolled
No.of Deaths Regd.
No. of claims Settled
Amount Settled
No. of students enrolled
Sanctioned scholarships
AABY
2009-10
149035
1366
1300
42285000
18111
21733200
ABH
2009-10
255684
739
559
19006000
35931
21558600
AABY
2010-11
214051
1397
998
31830000
18582
22298400
AABY-EGS
2010-11
62001
466
290
8490000
7642
9170400
ABH
2010-11
229447
379
117
3614292
32714
19628400
TOTAL
910218
4347
3264
105225292
112980
94389000


v  AABY (2008-09) Second half year scholarship amount Rs.1,41,78,000/- to 23,630 students released to 57 Mandala Samakhyas with vide Lr.no.AABY/200/08 dated 07-06-2010.
v  JBY (2008-09) Second half year scholarship amount Rs. 2,07,28,800/- to 34,548 students was sanctioned and to be released to 57 Mandala Samakhyas.










7. Dairy:

            At Manthani mandal one BMCU sanctioned under RSVY scheme functioning since 5 years.


            During the year 2008-09, 6 BMCUs were sanctioned under CM and IDDP packages out of which 4 BMCUs were started and functioning, remaining are awaited Machinery from APDDCF, Hyderabad, as shown in below table.


Functional Status of BMCUs in Karimnagar District as on 31-08-2010
Sl.
No.
Name of the BMCU
Name of the Scheme
Status
Remarks
1
Manthani
RSVY
Functioning
1500 Ltrs per day
2
Metpali
CM
Functioning
950 Ltrs Per day
3
Dharmapuri
IDDP
Functioning
750 Ltrs Per day
4
Julapalli
IDDP
Functioning
550 Ltrs Per day
5
Mahadevpur
CM
Functioning
300 Ltrs Per day (Recently started)
6
Kodimyal
CM
Not started
Civil, water supply and electrical works completed.
7
Kamalapur
CM
Not started
Old Handloom Cooperative society shed identified and civil, Elect. Works completed awaited for Machinery

Mini Feed Mixing Plants:

Under CM Package 3 Mini Feed Mixing Plants were sanctioned, out of which 2 Mini Feed Mixing Plants are functioning and one yet to be started. The details are shown in below table.

Statement showing the Mini Feed mixing plants sanctioned by APDDCF Ltd., Functional status
Sl.
No.
Name of the BMCU
No. of Sanctions
Funds sanctioned & Released
Functional Status of mini feed mixing plant
1
Manthani
1
3,00,000
Preparing feed & distributing to the members
2
Dharmapuri
1
3,00,000
 Preparing feed & distributing to the members
3
Metpalli
1
3,00,000
To be installed, building identified at Vempet.

Total
3
9,00,000



APBN Fodder Nurseries:

            For the establishment of APBN Fodder Nurseries 4 BMCU and 10 CMSA mandals have been selected and Rs.14.60 lakhs sanctioned for cultivation in 36.50 acres of fodder nurseries. So far 33 acres have been under cultivation balance acres will be cultivated soon.

Statement showing the No. of APBN fodder Nurseries raised in BMCU Mandals

S. No
Name of the BMCU Area
Location of Nursery
Funds Released so for
Extent of Nursery
Acres
Age of Nursery
Remarks
1
Metpalli
Vellula & Jaggasagar village
1.60
3.00
9 Months
Rs.55,000/- spent so far and Rs.35,000/- recovered by selling of fodder slips
2
Manthani
Kannala Village
1.20
2.00
7 Months
Rs.50,000/- spent so far and Rs.18,200/- recovered
3
Dharmapuri
Dharmapuri near by  Old Temple
1.60
4.00
8 Months
Rs.50,000/- spent so far and Rs.36,000/- recovered by selling of fodder slips
4
Julapalli
Julapally village
1.20
1.00
5 Months
Started cutting so far spent Rs.20,000/-
5
Sircilla
Venugopalapur
1.20
3.00
5 Months
Rs. 45,000/- Expenditure
6
Ellanthakunta
Vanathadupula
1.20
3.00
5 Months
Rs. 55,000/- Expenditure
7
Chandurthi
Sanugula
1.20
3.00
5 Months
Rs. 70,000/- Expenditure
8
Ramadugu
Ramadugu
1.20
2.00
4 Months
Rs. 35,000/- Expenditure
9
I.B. Patnam
I.B. Patnam
0.00
2.00
3 Months
Rs. 20,000/- Expenditure
10
Medipally
Medipally
1.20
3.00
3 Months
Rs. 40,000/- Expenditure
11
Mustabad
Namapur
1.20
3.00
2 Months
Rs. 50,000/- Expenditure
12
Yellareddypet
Akkepalli
1.20
2.00
2 Months
Rs. 30,000/- Expenditure
13
Kathalapur
Bhushanraopet
0.60
2.00
3 Months
Rs. 30,000/- Expenditure

Total:

14.60
33.00







CMSA Mandals:

In 12 Mandals land and identification has been completed the land preparation is going on, Rs.9.00 lakhs have been released to Mandal Samakhyas @ 1.20 lakhs per 3 Acres to cultivate in 33 Acres of land. Total 13 Nurseries in Dairy & CMSA Mandals.

Spear Head Teams:

            14 SHTs Trained and working in the villages of (4) Metpally, Manthani, Julapally and Dharmapuri BMCU Mandals and 10 CMSA Mandals also SHT’s Training completed that is Ellanthakunta, Yellareddypet, Sircilla, Ibrahimpatnam, Chandurthi, Ramadugu, Kathalapur and Mallapur for fodder and feed propagation. So far in 137 Acres of APBN fodder plots brought into cultivation by the 1209 farmers. As per feed indent feed is being supplied to the SHG members in BMCU Mandals.


8. Non Pesticidal Management (NPM):


GENERAL INFORMATION OF NPM

Sl.
No.
Particulars
2009-10
Taken in 2010-11 (addition)
Total (Cumulative)
1
No.of Villages
140
210
350
2
No.of Clusters
28
42
70
3
No.of Mandals
17
8
25
4
No. of Farmers
15098
34500
49598
5
No. of Acres
49372
57920
107292



Sl. No.
Name of the Crop
Kharif sowings
Rabi sowings
Total Acres
1
Paddy
32172
36638
68810
2
SRI Paddy
85
505
590
3
Cotton
35663
0
35663
4
Jowar
1015
245
1260
5
Maize
17797
3994
21791
6
Redgram
6457
0
6457
7
Greengram
2435
1240
3675
8
Cowpea
670
673
1343
9
Groundnut
1072
833
1905
10
Castor
324
215
539
11
Turmeric
3655
1773
5428
12
Vegetables
3534
2879
6413
13
Other crops
2413
2357
4770

Total
107292
51352
158644


9. POP Strategy:

            Every poorest of the poor family in the state should facilitated earn an income of Rs.1 lakh per annum, after 3 years of intensive hand holding support.

Interventions to generate this income:
Ø  NREGA- upto Rs.10,000
Ø  Sustainable Agriculture – Rs.25,000 to Rs.40,000.
Ø  Marketing premiums – Rs.5,000 to Rs.10,000
Ø  Dairy – Rs.15,000 to 25,000
Ø  Additional income from other livelihoods

Ensuring the Socio – economic development for each PoP HH. Under this strategy HH has been taken as unit.

As per of implementation of PoP Strategy 136 GPs covering 17 mandals were selected for the 1st phase. Initially SCs/STs HHs were identified and brought into this fold.

Ø  Total Identified SC/ST HHs                           : 21,385
Ø  SC HHs                                                            : 18,689
Ø  ST HHs                                                                         :  2,696
Ø  PoP CAs identified and positioned          : 271

            Comprehensive HHs survey and collection of information in 163 columns has been completed. These HHs information has been computerized and uploaded in the web. Eligible HHs has been auto short listed through web and MCPs are being prepared for these selected HHs.

Ø  Rs. 1,56,40,000 has been sanctioned for the 17 PoP Mandals. This amount has been transferred to 17  Mandal Samakhyas inturn it will be transferred to VO for grounding IGA activities.




Ø  Grounding Status
Sl. No
Particulars
No. Grounded
1
Mandals Covered
17
2
Total HHs Projects Finalized
1522
3
Total HHs Projects Grounded
1062
4
Total Projects for Cows / Bedfellows / Bullocks
69
5
Total Projects for Sheep / Goats
221
6
Total Projects for Petty Business
303
7
Total Projects for Skill based Business
166
8
Total Projects for Land leasing
230
9
Total Projects for Agriculture purpose
112

10. Disability:

I. Institutional Building:

Identified 3 Mandals (Manakondur, Thimmapur, Jammikunta) in the District as Pilot Mandals under the disability component.

1. Identified (10325) Disabled persons and formed (510) SHGs covering with (5700) DAPs.
2. All the SHGs were federated in to Village Organizations (VOs) vis-a-vis and further federated as Mandala Vikalangula Samakhyas.
3. CIF FUND:- An amount of Rs.123.00 lakhs was released to the above 3 Pilot Mandals to meet the financial needs of disabled for establishing Income Generation Activities of the PWD’s.
4. Till now 72 SHGs accessed bank loan amount of Rs.31.50  Lakhs 
5. 59 SHGs have received Rs.5.90 lakhs as Revolving Fund.


Community based Rehabilitation activities Organized by the IKP in convergence with Line Departments and NGOs in the Dist:

Ø  Out of three, two neighborhood centers were started one Thimmapur mandal & another in Manakondur Mandal. The third one in to be started in Jammikunta Mandal.
Ø  Covered 1028 SHG members under JBY.
Ø  45 Youth admitted for Jobs training at Hyderabad.
11. HEALTH & NUTRITION:

The Health and Nutrition activities are in implementation as follows.

Ø  VOs with HN activities in Karimnagar District 125 VOs
Ø  Husnabad (44 VOs) and Bheemadevarapally (35 VOs) in Pilot Mandals, Koheda                 (4 VOs), Chigurumamidi (4 VOs), Bejjanki (4 VOs), Ramadugu (10 VOs), Srirampur (10 VOs), Chandurthy (10 VOs) and Vemulwada (4 VOs) in PoP Mandals of Karimnagar District.
Health Savings:

Ø  7735 members form 806 SHG’s are doing Health Savings in Husnabad.
Ø  Out of 7735 members 5651 members are POP/Poor.
Ø  5150 members from 396 SHG’s are doing Health Savings in B.D Pally.
Ø  Out of 5150 members 4902 are POP/Poor members.
Ø  Total Amount of Health Savings   in Husnabad                        :             Rs.19,62,292/-
Ø  Total Amount of Health Savings in B. D Pally                            :             Rs.7,05,253/-

Health Risk Fund (HRF):

Ø  Total Amount of HRF Released From Husnabad M.S to V.O.s :                       Rs.40,32,760/-
Ø  Total Amount of HRF Released From B. D Pally M.S to VOs     :                        Rs.31,99,508/-

Ø  Total Amount of HRF loan taken by SHG’s in Husnabad         :                         Rs.1,06,16,400/-
Ø  Total Amount of HRF loan taken by SHG’s in B.D Pally            :             Rs.56,33,909/-
Ø  Total Amount of HRF repayment in Husnabad is                      :                         Rs.65,71,111/ -
Ø  Total Amount of HRF repayment in Bheemadevarapally is    :                        Rs.30,73,451/ -
Ø  Total members utilized HRF loan in Husnabad are 2902 members.                                                       Out of 2902 members 2678 POP / Poor members are utilized HRF loan.
Ø  Total members utilized HRF loan in B.D Pally are 1812 members.                                                           Out of 1812 members 1032 POP / Poor members are utilized HRF loan.

Nutrition cum Day Care Centre (NDCC):


Ø  NDCCs Established VOs in 2 Pilot Mandals
Ø  Husnabad                              :           17 VOs
Ø  Bheemadevarapally           :           10 VOs
  No. of NDCCs Established VOs in PoP Mandals

1) Chigurumamdi                             :           4 VOs
2) Koheda                                         :           4 VOs
3) Bejjanki                                          :           4 VOs
4) Srirampur                                       :           10 VOs
5) Ramadugu                                    :           10 VOs
6) Chandurthi                                    :           10 VOs
7) Vemulawada                               :           4 VOs

Total No. of NDCC Established in 2 Pilot Mandals 27 VOs.
Total No. of NDCC Established in 7 PoP Mandals 46 VOs.

Spearhead Team strategy:

Ø  In view to establish new NDCC, in 140 VOs of 17 CMSA mandals by CMSA spearhead team strategy is in progress at Ellanthakunta Mandal.


Common Interest Group (CIG):

Ø  6 NDCCs are supported with CIG activity.
Ø    Identified  CIG activities:
Ø  1. Masala packing.    2. Ground nut bars and Barley powder.     3. Papad making.
Ø  From CIG activity the NDCC members (Lactating and Pregnant Women) are able to   
           earn Rs. 30/- to Rs. 50/- per day and they are able to repay  the NDCC   MCP charges.


12. EDUCATION:


Ø  As per instructions of Government, the meritorious students who studied in Rural areas mostly from Government Schools were selected and joined in identified Corporate Colleges for providing better education to the poor and to appear entrance exams for IIT/AIEEE and EAMCET.  The Government is bearing the fees and expenditure of the students.
Ø  Institutes identified are Sree Chaithanya, Narayana, S.R., Trinity and Alphores.

College wise Abstract 2009-10:

Sl. No.
Year
No. of Students sponsored
1
2008-09
297
2
2009-10
252
3
2010-11
225
Total
774

Ø  Out of the above from the year 2008-09 one of the student sponsored by name Uchadi Aravind got 10th Rank from Yellareddypet Mandal.
Ø  From the year 2009-10 D.Sai Krishna got 11th Rank in IIT.
Ø  From the year 2009-10 K.Srinivas got (302) IIT Rank.
13. SOCIAL SECURITY PENSIONS:

Ø  The total pensions sanctioned to Karimnagar District are 3,87,835.


Old Age
Weavers
Widow
Disable
Toddy Tappers
ABH
Total
Rural
Regular
58127
0
0
0
0
0
58127
Indiramma
106169
9087
70047
57324
5735
34495
282857
Total
164296
9087
70047
57324
5735
34495
340984
Urban
Regular
17721
0
0
0
0
0
17721
Indiramma
6555
3211
12738
5648
96
882
29130
Total
24276
3211
12738
5648
96
882
46851
Total
Regular
75848
0
0
0
0
0
75848
Indiramma
112724
12298
82785
62972
5831
35377
311987
Grand Total
188572
12298
82785
62972
5831
35377
3,87,835

Ø  An amount of Rs.10.36 crores is being paid to the pensioners every month        @ Rs.200/- to the OAP, Weavers, Widows, Toddy Tappers and @ Rs.500/- to the Disabled and ABH Pensioners.

Ø  Rachabanda-I Pension Grievances status:
                        Petitions entered by MPDO’s through online                 :           87,095

                        Data Verified by the concerned MPDOs
And submitted list & uploaded to CRD in 2 phases       :           80,025

Ø  Out of which the Government has sanctioned 55,811 pensions from the applications received during the RACHABANDA-I and 5046 Disabled Pension included in the Acquittance and communicated the list of 15,547 disabled petitioners for SADAREM assessment the details are as follows:

Old Age
Weavers
Widow
Disabled Pensions Subject to SADAREM Assessment
Disable Pensions included in Acqui.
Toddy Tappers
Total
Rural
20,263
1,027
10,208
14,412
4,760
396
51,066
Urban
1,639
23
1,662
1,135
286
0
4,745
Total
21,902
1,050
11,870
15,547
5,046
396
55,811


Ø  “SADAREM” assessment of disability is going on.
Ø  Total No. of Disabled persons to be assessed          :           89,393
Ø  No. of persons assessed                                                           :           64,625
Ø  No. of persons rejected                                                          :           16,041
           
Ø  Disbursement of pensions through Smartcard details:

Sl. No.
Name of the Bank
Name of the Service provider
No. of Mandals
No. of GPs covered
Payment of SSPs started in villages
No. of Pensions payment through smartcard
1
Union Bank of India
FINO Ltd
15
112
111
34551
2
ICICI
FINO Ltd
54
756
734
206941
3
State Bank of India
ZERO-MASS
8
45
45
11858
4
State Bank of Hyd
HCL
7
282
55
16670
TOTAL
1194
945
270020


Ø  The Government have decided to make disbursement of pensions in the left over (249) GPs of the District through smart cards. Accordingly the enrollment process is continuing by the concerned banks (SBH, SBI, ICICI, and UBI) for issue of smart cards.


NATIONAL FAMILY BENEFIT SCHEME (NFBS):


Ø  An amount of Rs.37.365 lakhs has been released by Government towards 1st & 3rd quarter during 2009-10. The same amount has been released to the DRO, Karimnagar in the District for (747) beneficiaries.










14. SGSY – 2010-11:
Component wise allocation and expenditures:                                     (Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. No.
Component
Allocation / Released
Expenditure
Remarks
Phy.
Fin.
1
SCP/TSP (50%) For Individuals IGAs
467.09
4805
480.56

2
Individuals (5%)
46.70
442
44.24

2
Trainings (40%)
373.70
-
344.74

3
Infra (5%)
46.70
-
30.57


Total:
934.19

900.11



SGSY – 2011-12:
Component wise allocation and expenditures:                                     (Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. No.
Component
Allocation / Released
Expenditure
Phy.
Fin.
1
SCP/TSP (50%) For Individuals IGAs
486.65
--
--
2
Individuals (5%)
48.66
--
--
2
Trainings (40%)
48.66
--
--
3
Infra (5%)
389.33
--
--

Total:
934.19
--
--








15. MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTIONS (MFIs):

FORM -10 MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JULY - 2011 DRDA, KARIMNAGAR

Sl.
No.
Name  of the  MFI
No.of  borrowers
No.of  SHGs
No.of  villages
No.of Mandals
Total  Sanctioned amount
Year  of the  sanction
Total  amount   so   far  repaid
Outstanding as  on  10.08.2011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
Gaddala Financial Services Pvt Ltd
164
0
45
11
3960000
2010
3960000
0
2
L&T FINACE LTD
6912
1152
246
28
88893000
2009 & 2010
47364109
41528891
3
TRIDENT MICROFIN PVT LTD
19749
3950
329
43
212011000
2010
104141269
106516731
4
AMMA NGO
160
32
2
2
2400000
2010
1040557
1359443
5
SKS Microfinance Limited
51709
4308
1082
57
745837125
2009 & 2010
329380925
415590200
6
Share Microfin Limited
37707
526
544
56
815470000
2010
349375059
466094941
7
Swaws Credit Corporation India (P) Ltd
960
0
37
10
9300000
2010
2392814
6907186
8
SPANDANA SPHOORTHY FINANCIAL LIMITED
71952
7200
1338
57
910315000
2010
406481596
503833405
9
Bhartiya Samruddhi Finance Limited
8938
0
217
44
111973000
2010
41165825
80176873

Total:
198251
17168
3840

2900159125

1285302154
1206417470

Suicide Death Cases in Karimnagar District:

Sl. No.
Name of the Victim
Extent of Debit from MFI
Insurance details
Reasons for suicide
1
Elagnadula Laxmaiah S/o Bhoomaiah, Age 45, H/o Smt.Vinoda, Priyadarshini SHG, Ramadugu (V) & (M)
Rs.29,000/- from Spandana spoorthi MFI outstanding balance of Rs.18,804/-
No separate policy has been issued. But 0.8% collected towards insurance on the loan amount
Committed suicide due to financial and family problems. But not due to the harassment of MFIs
2
Kummari Durgaiah S/o Rajaiah, Age 45, H/o Smt.Laxmi, Srilaxmi SHG, Vedira (V) Ramadugu (M)
Rs.10,000/- from Share MFI, Dt:24-06-10 Outstanding balance Rs.7875/- one instalment is outstanding
No separate policy has been issued. But 0.8% collected towards insurance on the loan amount
Committed suicide due to financial and family problems. But not due to the harassment of MFIs
3
Shakeena W/o Late Moin, R/o Chilukuwada of Jagtial Municipality, Member of Mahalaxmi SHG
Rs.15,000/- from Share MFI, Rs.20,000/- SKS, Rs.12,000/- from L&T, Rs.17,000/- from Spandana Spoorthi, Rs.10,000/- from Trident total in Rs.70,000/-
One Insurance covered on the Name of Rasia D/o Late Shakeena,
Two Insurance covered in favour of Azeez S/o Late Shakeena and 2 insurance covered Ahmed S/o Late Shakeena
Smt.Renuka W/o Kumar, Nyala Mallaiah and Nyala Swarupa are directly involved in Harassment of Smt. Shakeena and the role of MFIs cannot also be ruled out because they used the service of the above persons for collecting the dues
4
Vattimalla Bhagya W/o Devaiah, R/o Raikal (V) & (M)
Rs.39,000/- from Spandana Spoorthi MFI Rs.10,000/- from Bharathiya Samruddi Ltd.,
Insurance policy verified and Sri Devaiah H/o deceased is found as nominee
Only on the heavy debts but not harassed by the Micro Finance Institutions




16. HUMAN RESOURCE

Sl. No
Designation
Level
No. of Employees
1
Project Manager
L5
3
2
Dist. Project Manager
L4
12
3
Asst.Project Manager
L3
76
4
Legal Co-Ordinator
L3
1
5
Community Co-Ordinator
L2
186
6
Para Legal
L2
9
7
Community Surveyor
L2
2
8
L1
6
9
MBK
L1
32
10
Master Trainer (HN)
L1
2
Total HR Employees
329





            Head of the Department         :           Padala Ravinder, Project Director
            Contact. No.s                          :           0878-2262184             0878-2262074
                                                                        9866313049
            E-Mail                                     :           drdakrmn@gmail.com
                                                                        drdakrm@yahoo.co.in

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