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34 th Meeting of Executive Committee of NHM 16 th April, 2013 34 th Meeting of Executive Committee of NHM 16 th April, 2013

Agenda 1 Action Taken on decisions of EC on 11. 04. 2012 2 Review Agenda 1 Action Taken on decisions of EC on 11. 04. 2012 2 Review of Progress during 2012 -13 3 Ratification of Projects approved by EMC 4 Approval of AAP 2013 -14 for SHMs & NLAs 5 Special package for Rejuvenation of Orchards in Drought Affected District of Maharashtra 6 Evaluation of NHM Scheme 7 Implementation of NHM Scheme during XII Plan 8 Work Flow based MIS for NHM

1 Action Taken on decisions of EC on 03. 05. 2011 Decisions Action Taken 1 Action Taken on decisions of EC on 03. 05. 2011 Decisions Action Taken 1. Quick evaluation study of NHM, proposed to be conducted through SFAC, needs to be expedited. 1. The study has been completed by SFAC. Meanwhile a comprehensive Impact Evaluation Study of NHM has been entrusted to Andhra Pradesh Productivity Council. A report indicating preliminary findings has been submitted in January, 2013. Final report is expected in the first week of May 2013. 2. Performance of SHMs and NLAs during the last three years need to be considered while finalizing the outlay. 2. The average outlay and expenditure during last three years has been considered while finalizing Outlay for 2013 -14. It has, however, been ensured that allocation is not less than the last years’ allocation.

Decisions Action Taken 3. The payment gateway under Workflow based MIS of NHM needs Decisions Action Taken 3. The payment gateway under Workflow based MIS of NHM needs to be operationalized quickly. The software needs to be replicated in other schemes of DAC as well. 3. Software for payment gateway has been developed, which could be used to release and accept funds electronically. All required data to facilitate on-line payment has been incorporated in the Hortnet software. Training programmes have been conducted in all the states except, Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Training programmes in these states will be conducted by June, 2013. A total of 365 SHM officials, 242 District Level Officials, 395 Block level officials and 208 NIC officials have been trained. About 5000 farmers have registered on the portal. Modalities of fund flow through the system are under finalization, which would involve getting Bank details and IFSC Codes. Letter has been addressed to RBI for getting the same. Trial run of online payment will be possible after system Security Audit is completed by NIC. This is expected to be completed by September, 2013.

Decisions Action Taken 4. Proposed delegation of powers be first examined by AS & Decisions Action Taken 4. Proposed delegation of powers be first examined by AS & FA/IFD, after which on file approval of Chairman may be sought. 4. Proposal for revised Delegation of Powers under NHM was put up to IFD, who observed that decision in this regard needs to be taken by General Council of NHM. It was also decided to await revision of cost norms of NHM Scheme. The revised cost norms have since been finalised and incorporated in EFC for implementation of NHM scheme during the 12 th Plan. Upon approval of the Scheme, proposal for delegation of powers will be finalised.

2 Review of Progress during 2011 -12 a National Scenario 2 Review of Progress during 2011 -12 a National Scenario

State-wise details of Districts included under NHM Sl. No. Name of State/ UT Total State-wise details of Districts included under NHM Sl. No. Name of State/ UT Total No. of Districts in the State No. of NHM Districts 1. Andhra Pradesh 23 20 2. Bihar 38 23 3. Chhattisgarh 27 19 4. Goa 2 2 5. Gujarat 26 15 6. Haryana 22 18 7. Jharkhand 24 17 8. Karnataka 29 29 9. Kerala 14 14 10. Madhya Pradesh 50 39 11. Maharashtra 33 33 7

State-wise details of Districts included under NHM Sl. No. Name of State/ UT Total State-wise details of Districts included under NHM Sl. No. Name of State/ UT Total No. of Districts in the State No. of NHM Districts 12. Orissa 30 24 13. Punjab 22 18 14. Rajasthan 33 24 15. Tamil Nadu 32 20 16. Uttar Pradesh 71 45 17. West Bengal 19 14 18. Delhi 1 1 19. Lakshadweep 1 1 20. Andaman Nicobar 2 2 21. Puduchery 4 4 501 382 Total & 8

Annual Growth Rate=7. 4% Annual Growth Rate=7. 4%

25 Trend in Area and Productivity of horticulture 23. 1 crops* 23. 6 21. 25 Trend in Area and Productivity of horticulture 23. 1 crops* 23. 6 21. 8 20. 2 20 Area/ productivity 18. 4 18. 7 20. 9 10. 37 10. 67 19. 4 15 10 9. 07 9. 78 9. 89 10. 46 11. 03 11. 13 11. 27 5 0 2004 -05 2005 -06 * Includes HMNEH States. Area (M. Ha. ) 2006 -07 2007 -08 Productivity (MT/ha) 2008 -09 2009 -10 2010 -11 2011 -12 2012 -13(P)

AREA, PRODUCTION & PRODUCTIVITY OF FRUITS* 90. 0 80. 56 80. 0 Area/Prod 70. AREA, PRODUCTION & PRODUCTIVITY OF FRUITS* 90. 0 80. 56 80. 0 Area/Prod 70. 0 60. 0 50. 90 50. 0 40. 0 Annual Growth Rate in Fruit production=7. 28% 30. 0 20. 0 10. 2 5. 00 11. 7 6. 88 0. 0 2004 -05 2012 -13(P) Area (M. ha) Production (M. MT) Annual Growth Rate in Vegetable production=7. 3% Area/Prod AREA, PRODUCTION & PRODUCTIVITY OF VEGETABLES* 180. 0 160. 0 140. 0 120. 0 100. 0 80. 0 60. 0 40. 0 20. 0 160. 29 101. 20 15. 1 6. 70 17. 7 9. 08 2004 -05 2012 -13(P) * Includes HMNEH States. Area (M. ha) Production (M. MT)

NHM : Achievements Availability of Fruits: Year Population(million) 2005 -06 1095 55355 138 2006 NHM : Achievements Availability of Fruits: Year Population(million) 2005 -06 1095 55355 138 2006 -07 1110 59563 147 2007 -08 1125 65587 159 2008 -09 1140 68466 164 2009 -10 1156 71515 169 2010 -11 1210 74878 169 2011 -12 1220 76424 172 2012 -13 1270 80557 174 Includes HMNEH States Production (000 MT) Availability(gm/persons/day)

NHM : Achievements Availability of Vegetables: Year Population (million) 2005 -06 1095 111399 279 NHM : Achievements Availability of Vegetables: Year Population (million) 2005 -06 1095 111399 279 2006 -07 1110 114993 284 2007 -08 1125 128449 313 2008 -09 1140 129077 310 2009 -10 1156 133737 317 2010 -11 1210 146555 332 2011 -12 1220 156325 351 2012 -13 1270 160291 345 Includes HMNEH States Production (000 MT) Availability(gm/persons/day)

NHM : Achievements Export of Fruits : Qty(2006 -07) Value in Rs. Cr Qty NHM : Achievements Export of Fruits : Qty(2006 -07) Value in Rs. Cr Qty in MT Value(2006 -07) Qty(2011 -12) Value(2011 -12) Apple 25936. 5 31. 3 47077. 0 91. 47 Banana 11475. 6 16. 0 57539. 3 91. 56 Grapes 85562. 8 300. 5 92437. 1 516. 76 Mango 79060. 8 141. 9 58863. 4 209. 74 Papaya 10344. 4 11. 6 17176. 0 24. 75 Sapota 2089. 5 7. 4 2080. 55 4. 28 Total 214469. 6 508. 7 275173. 4 938. 56 Includes produce from HMNEH States

NHM : Achievements Export of Vegetables: Qty(2006 -07) Value in Rs. Cr Qty in NHM : Achievements Export of Vegetables: Qty(2006 -07) Value in Rs. Cr Qty in MT Value(2006 -07) Qty(2011 -12) Value(2011 -12) Cauliflowers 44. 6 0. 03 880. 3 0. 76 Onion 1378373 1163. 3 1182324. 3 1723 Peas 1183. 5 2. 7 1034. 4 3. 52 Potato 89024. 5 57. 7 185953. 3 133. 45 Sweet Potato 532. 5 0. 47 608. 94 1. 31 Tomatoes 33592. 0 34. 1 65872. 3 470. 3 Total 1502750. 1 1258. 3 Includes produces from HMNEH States 1436673. 54 2332. 34

Year NHM : Financial Rs. In Cr Allocation Release 2005 -06 650. 00 630. Year NHM : Financial Rs. In Cr Allocation Release 2005 -06 650. 00 630. 00 2006 -07 950. 00 945. 29 1600. 00 1575. 29 2007 -08 900. 00 917. 33 2008 -09 1000. 00 1010. 50 2009 -10 800. 00 2010 -11 986. 00 970. 86 2011 -12 1200. 00 1050. 00 Total XI Plan 4886. 00 4748. 69 2012 -13 1106. 00 1089. 27 2013 -14 1600. 00 400. 00 Total X Plan

Performance wise Status of States • Best States in terms of protected cultivation related Performance wise Status of States • Best States in terms of protected cultivation related activities during 2005 -06 to 2012 -13 are Gujarat followed by Haryana, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. • Best States in terms of investments on PHM related activities are Gujarat followed by Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. • Best States in setting up of nurseries are Karnataka, followed by Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. • Best States in terms of area coverage are Tamil Nadu, followed by Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

Actual share of expenditure during 2012 -13 Nursery Area Expansion Rejuvenation 23. 36 Protected Actual share of expenditure during 2012 -13 Nursery Area Expansion Rejuvenation 23. 36 Protected Cultivation 1. 37 Water Resources 23. 82 Organic farming Integrated Pest Management 0. 80 IPM infrastructre 0. 58 4. 23 15. 14 19. 54 PHM Markets 0. 26 0. 53 0. 39 9. 99 Beekeeping (Nos. of colonies) others

NHM : Physical Area Expansion: Lakh ha X Plan Fruits XI Plan XII Plan NHM : Physical Area Expansion: Lakh ha X Plan Fruits XI Plan XII Plan Total (2012 -13) 2. 53 10. 61 0. 66 13. 80 Flowers 0. 20 Spices Aromatic Plants Plantation Crops Total 1. 29 0. 10 1. 59 0. 75 3. 58 0. 23 4. 56 0. 28 0. 53 0. 01 0. 82 0. 19 1. 27 0. 16 1. 62 3. 95 17. 28 1. 16 22. 39 (As on 31. 3. 2013 web posting)

Trend of area expansion under NHM 5 4. 54 4. 5 4. 07 4 Trend of area expansion under NHM 5 4. 54 4. 5 4. 07 4 3. 84 Area expansion (Lakh ha) 3. 5 3 2. 91 2. 54 2. 59 2 1. 5 1. 18 1 1. 03 0. 5 0 2005 -06 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 2010 -11 2011 -12 2012 -13

NHM : Physical 2012 -13 v Establishment of 1852 pack houses, 111 cold storages, NHM : Physical 2012 -13 v Establishment of 1852 pack houses, 111 cold storages, 12 refer vans besides creation of 40 rural markets. v 4. 79 lakh MT Cold Storage capacity added during the year v 133 nurseries established for production for quality planting materials. v Creation of 4, 585 community water tanks. v Rejuvenation of 0. 41 lakh ha of senile plantations v Adoption of IPM programme in an area of 0. 58 lakh ha. v Establishment of 0. 18 lakh units of vermi-compost units. v Training of 9. 16 lakh farmers.

Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Area based) State Area expansion (ha) Rejuvenation (ha) Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Area based) State Area expansion (ha) Rejuvenation (ha) Protected Cultivation* (ha) Andhra Pradesh 7222. 00 23051. 00 1502. 87 Bihar 2291. 09 20. 40 25524. 00 13821. 31 1000. 00 5012. 29 Goa 6198. 47 35. 00 0. 08 Gujarat 4661. 51 187. 79 2162. 77 Haryana 3504. 85 4. 90 329. 04 Jharkhand 18345. 00 100. 00 42100. 80 Karnataka 10688. 00 5865. 00 851. 82 Kerala 4122. 53 985. 06 0. 85 Madhya Pradesh 1231. 91 10. 00 1159. 90 Chhattisgarh * Includes plastic mulching

Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Area based) State Area expansion (ha) Rejuvenation (ha) Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Area based) State Area expansion (ha) Rejuvenation (ha) Protected Cultivation(ha) Maharashtra 8353. 00 2245. 00 1561. 00 Odisha 4869. 00 - 1. 95 - - - Punjab 3435. 00 - 120. 39 Rajasthan 8478. 11 165. 00 271. 70 Tamilnadu 6256. 00 5170. 00 48. 16 Uttar Pradesh 4733. 00 1008. 00 10. 00 West Bengal 5947. 50 527. 00 11. 70 Andaman & Nicobar 229. 20 - 0. 12 11497. 98 40974. 15 80795. 81 Puducherry Total * Includes plastic mulching

Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Infrastructure based) State Nurseries (No. ) Water Resource Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Infrastructure based) State Nurseries (No. ) Water Resource PHM Markets (No. ) Andhra Pradesh 2 1049 160 15 Bihar 2 37 40 - 27 907 21011* 96 Goa - - Gujarat 3 30 227 17 Haryana 3 223 26 - Jharkhand 6 184 355 - Karnataka 14 417 354 1 Kerala 4 16 3 1 Madhya Pradesh - - 15 - Chhattisgarh * 20000 zero energy cold chambers

Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Infrastructure based) State Nurseries (No. ) Water Resource Achievement under NHM during 2012 -13 (Infrastructure based) State Nurseries (No. ) Water Resource PHM Markets (No. ) Maharashtra 31 656 489 1 Odisha - - 55 4 Puducherry - - Punjab 2 81 144 3 Rajasthan - 344 1239 - Tamilnadu 16 - 35 - Uttar Pradesh 4 14 22 - West Bengal 5 52 4 1. 00 Andaman & Nicobar - - Total 133 4610 25081 139

State-wise position on Release and Expenditure by SHMs (2012 -13) (Rs. in crore) State State-wise position on Release and Expenditure by SHMs (2012 -13) (Rs. in crore) State USB (01. 04. 11) Andhra Pradesh Outlay Release Expenditure USB (01. 04. 12 62. 68 116. 45 87. 41 121. 34 28. 75 6. 72 46. 75 35. 31 15. 04 26. 99 Chhattisgarh 10. 02 106. 25 91. 56 83. 74 17. 84 Goa -0. 29 3. 40 1. 25 0. 86 0. 10 Gujarat -8. 76 106. 25 100. 25 92. 87 -1. 38 Haryana 11. 97 90. 95 90. 82 62. 35 40. 44 -30. 95 63. 75 47. 97 61. 38 -44. 36 Karnataka -8. 72 119. 00 113. 43 81. 71 23. 00 Kerala -8. 91 72. 25 35. 21 24. 79 1. 51 1. 84 55. 25 30. 67 15. 03 17. 47 Bihar Jharkhand* Madhya Pradesh *Figures under reconciliation

State-wise position on Release and Expenditure by SHMs (2012 -13) (Rs. in crore) State State-wise position on Release and Expenditure by SHMs (2012 -13) (Rs. in crore) State USB (01. 04. 11) Outlay Release Expenditure USB (01. 04. 12 Maharashtra 27. 07 136. 00 128. 20 83. 39 71. 87 Orissa 25. 75 68. 00 65. 91 41. 49 50. 16 Punjab 6. 18 62. 90 58. 34 65. 88 -1. 35 Rajasthan 0. 98 80. 75 41. 58 36. 78 5. 78 Tamil Nadu 20. 78 68. 00 56. 01 34. 74 42. 05 Uttar Pradesh 13. 50 59. 50 32. 66 27. 48 18. 69 West Bengal 10. 81 38. 25 19. 36 26. 02 4. 15 Delhi 0. 04 2. 57 0. 00 0. 04 Lakshdweep 0. 93 0. 00 0. 93 Andaman & Nicobar 2. 41 6. 97 2. 65 0. 89 4. 17 -0. 18 0. 91 0. 46 0. 07 0. 21 143. 87 1304. 15 1039. 05 875. 87 307. 05 Pondicherry Total SHM

Release and Expenditure by NLAs Rs. in crore NLA HQ/TSG/NHB DCCD, DSAD, NCPAH NHRDF Release and Expenditure by NLAs Rs. in crore NLA HQ/TSG/NHB DCCD, DSAD, NCPAH NHRDF USB as on 01. 04. 2012 5. 53 0. 38 3. 14 -0. 12 5. 04 Outlay for 2012 -13 (GOI Share) Amount released during 2012 -13 Exp as on 01. 04. 13 1. 00 20. 00 10. 00 5. 44 7. 77 0. 00 15. 01 8. 79 0. 00 7. 77 10. 39 7. 50 6. 92 Balance 5. 53 5. 01 4. 43 -0. 12 5. 88 National Bee Board 0. 41 3. 28 20. 00 National Seeds Corporation 4. 09 8. 00 1. 00 3. 23 0. 86 NRC Citrus SFCI Spices Board SFAC/PFDC FHEL HIL 2. 09. -4. 28 7. 43 1. 67 7. 50 6. 00 8. 00 11. 21 15. 00 2. 15 0. 00 5. 76 8. 00 2. 75 0. 06 1. 07 1. 95 6. 05 8. 26 0. 30 . 14. 44 -4. 57 7. 18 4. 42 0. 06 0. 77 Total 28. 25 108. 57 50. 21 45. 01 33. 45 2. 87

3 Ratification of Projects approved by EMC during 2012 -13 A. Projects approved by 3 Ratification of Projects approved by EMC during 2012 -13 A. Projects approved by EMC during 2012 -13 Project Category HRD (Training for supervisors, Entrepreneurs and Gardens) IPM/INM (Bio- control lab, DFU, Sanitary / phytosanitory infrastructure) Markets PHM (Cold storage, CA/MA units, ripening chamber, refer van. ) Primary Processing (Cashew, grape, spices) Others (Organic farming, beekeeping, tissue culture lab, mushroom units, seed infrastructure) Total For information of EC Number projects of 10 Amount approved (Rs. in crore) 1. 43 13 6. 29 46 163 3. 00 109. 16 450 14. 43 71 23. 66 753 157. 97

Top ten Districts for projects during 2012 -13 Rank District State 1 Ludhiana Punjab Top ten Districts for projects during 2012 -13 Rank District State 1 Ludhiana Punjab 2 3 4 Banaskantha Gujarat Rengareddy Andhra Pradesh Bijapur Karnataka 5 Pune Maharashtra 6 Sonipat Haryana 7 Ujjain Madhya Pradesh 8 Patna Bihar 9 Hugli West Bengal 10 Kota Rajasthan For information of EC Amount approved (Rs. in crore) Project Details 43. 48 Cold Storage (43), Beepeeping (1), Mushroom (1) 13. 64 Cold storage (13) 6. 19 Cold storage (4), Ripening chamber (1) 4. 59 Primary processing (119) 4. 00 Ripening Chamber (2), Cold Storage (1), Processing (3), TC (2) 3. 96 Cold storage (5), Mushroom (1) 3. 35 Cold storage (3) 3. 02 Ref. van, pre-cooling unit, (2), Seed Infrastructure (1) 2. 95 Cold storage (3) 2. 28 Cold storage (1), Ripening chamber (1), Seed Infrastructure (2)

B. Ratification of Projects approved by Secretary (A&C) on file during 2012 -13 Rs. B. Ratification of Projects approved by Secretary (A&C) on file during 2012 -13 Rs. in lakh Sl. No. State Gujarat Maharashtra Project Details Total Cost CA/MA storage 1152. 59 by M/s Madhvi Agri. Care Pvt. Ltd. At Ramos, Dhansura, District Sabarkantha CA/MA storage 745. 85 by Shri Lakshminarayan Agro Cold Storage at Sabalpur, District Junagarh. Terminal Market 22278. 00 Complex, Thane Admissible Cost Amount approved 461. 03 298. 34 5000. 00 Zero subsidy

4 Approval of AAP 2013 -14 for SHMs & NLAs Thrust areas for 2013 4 Approval of AAP 2013 -14 for SHMs & NLAs Thrust areas for 2013 -14 § Post harvest management-cold chain § Quality planting material – Area expansion to be linked to availability of planting material § Accreditation of nurseries § Focus on protected cultivation § Establishment of Centres of Excellence under Indo-Israel collaboration

Main Features of AAP 2013 -14 • Area expansion activity will be taken up Main Features of AAP 2013 -14 • Area expansion activity will be taken up to the extent of availability of good quality planting material. Availability and source of planting material need to be indicated separately in the AAP itself. • Outlay on area expansion activity will be limited to 20% of total outlay including that as 1 st and 2 nd year maintenance of orchards. • Production related activities to be confined in the ongoing approved districts and approved crops. • District wise data on area, production and productivity of horticultural crops since 2004 -05, for each crop, to be included in the AAP for all the districts in the State. • Allocation for PFDCs will be over and above the allocation for the State. • SHM will make full use of Work Flow based MIS and payment gateway for NHM by deploying trained manpower at the district level and State HQ. • Wherever Indo-Israel and Indo-Dutch projects are under implementation, it would be included as a part of AAP of the State.

Summary of Requirement and Availability of Planting material for perennial fruits 180. 00 160. Summary of Requirement and Availability of Planting material for perennial fruits 180. 00 160. 00 153. 81 Req. /Avl. (Lakh No. ) 140. 00 120. 00 100. 00 Requirement 80. 00 Availability 72. 11 60. 00 40. 00 27. 57 25. 69 20. 00 18. 22 11. 51 1. 65 0. 00 Mango Guava Citrus Litchi Grapes Pomegranate Aonla Data as projected in AAP 2013 -14 • Shortage of planting material for pomegranate in Rajasthan and MP. • Jharkhand West Bengal have not reported availability.

Summary of Requirement and Availability of Planting material for non-perennial fruits 1000. 00 900. Summary of Requirement and Availability of Planting material for non-perennial fruits 1000. 00 900. 00 861. 01 825. 00 800. 00 Req. /Avl. (Lakh No. ) 700. 00 600. 00 Requirement 500. 00 Availability 400. 00 300. 00 200. 00 100. 00 54. 00 0. 00 Banana Data as projected in AAP 2013 -14 Pineapple Papaya

State-wise Summary Requirement and Availability of PM 1000. 00 900. 00 800. 00 Req. State-wise Summary Requirement and Availability of PM 1000. 00 900. 00 800. 00 Req. /Avl. (Lakh No. ) 700. 00 600. 00 500. 00 Requirement 400. 00 Availability 300. 00 200. 00 100. 00 • Shortage of planting material for banana in Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh • Jharkhand West Bengal have not reported availability. W ga es t. B en de ra Data as projected in AAP 2013 -14 l sh u r. P Ut ta il N ad an m th Ta Ra ja s nj ab Pu a ish Od ra d es h tra a. P M ad hy M ah ar as a ra l Ke ka ta na Ka r Jh ar kh an d na ry a Ha ra t ja Gu ga rh r tis at Bi ha Ch An d hr a. P ra de sh 0. 00

State wise proposed outlay for 2013 -14 - SHMs (Rs. in crore) States Andhra State wise proposed outlay for 2013 -14 - SHMs (Rs. in crore) States Andhra Pradesh Average Exp. Outlay 2010 -13 2012 -13 2010 -13 Tentative outlay 2013 -14 128. 25 124. 04 137. 00 150. 00 46. 67 29. 27 55. 00 60. 00 116. 67 98. 58 125. 00 135. 00 4. 17 2. 10 4. 00 5. 00 Gujarat 96. 33 98. 33 125. 00 140. 00 Haryana 94. 33 68. 37 107. 00 120. 00 Jharkhand 61. 67 67. 32 75. 00 80. 00 Karnataka 132. 33 116. 44 140. 00 Kerala 81. 96 58. 23 85. 00 100. 00 Madhya Pradesh 83. 34 51. 04 65. 00 95. 00 Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa

State wise proposed outlay for 2013 -14 - SHMs (Rs. in crore) States Maharashtra State wise proposed outlay for 2013 -14 - SHMs (Rs. in crore) States Maharashtra Odisha Average Outlay Tentative Outlay 2010 Exp. 2010 - 2012 -13 outlay 2013 -14 -13 13 160. 00 153. 33 105. 83 170. 00 80. 00 69. 33 41. 33 90. 00 Punjab 59. 67 47. 52 74. 00 75. 00 Rajasthan 78. 33 47. 13 95. 00 100. 00 Tamil Nadu 118. 33 75. 82 80. 00 115. 00 Uttar Pradesh 105. 00 53. 10 129. 59 70. 00 West Bengal 48. 96 32. 89 45. 00 50. 00 AAP to be received Delhi 3. 02 0. 16 0. 97 Lakshdweep 1. 59 A&N Island 4. 71 1. 51 6. 97 1. 00 3. 00 Puducherry 1. 19 0. 59 1119. 61 1. 07 1. 00 1593. 62 1700. 00 Total States 1489. 19

Share of outlay under different components during 2013 -14 6. 69 0. 64 5. Share of outlay under different components during 2013 -14 6. 69 0. 64 5. 18 2. 65 Planting material 2. 75 Area Expansion 2. 72 20. 89 Rejuvenation Protected Cultivation Water Resources Organic farming & GAP Integrated Pest Management 22. 25 PHM 3. 19 Markets Horticulture mechanization Beekeeping HRD 1. 42 22. 11 3. 4 6. 12 Mission management, awareness

n io iss em ag an m t, en aw s 2. 75 es n io iss em ag an m t, en aw s 2. 75 es 6. 12 en ar 1. 42 HR D ng pi ee ek 2. 72 Be tio n 3. 4 za ni ts ke M t P en PH ar M ha ec m GA em ag an M g& Outlay, Rs in Cr 22. 11 M re ltu cu st Pe in ce s 3. 19 rti d te m ur so Re n tio va 5. 18 Ho gr a te In er cf ar ni ga Or at n io at en lti Cu ju v n io l ia er ns pa Ex at 5 W d te ec ot Pr Re ea Ar gm tin Pl an Comparison of Outlay during 2012 -13 vs 2013 -14 25 22. 25 20. 89 20 15 10 % outlay 2012 -13 6. 69 % outlay 2013 -14 2. 65 0. 64 0

State wise expenditure during 2011 -12 and proposed outlay (2013 -14) - NLAs (Rs. State wise expenditure during 2011 -12 and proposed outlay (2013 -14) - NLAs (Rs. in crore) NLAs Average Outlay 2010 -13 HQ/TSG/NHB DCCD DSAD PFDC NHRDF National Board National Corp. Bee Seeds NRC Citrus State Farms Corpn. Spices Board SFAC Fresh & Healthy Enterprise (EHEL) Hindustan Insecticides Ltd. (HIL) NCCD Total NLAs Average Exp. 201013 1. 00 3. 00 21. 42 8. 33 7. 71 8. 85 10. 91 6. 00 3. 01 8. 12 12. 81 0. 75 9. 00 8. 18 6. 08 2. 77 6. 26 8. 00 6. 44 5. 92 8. 13 20. 00 11. 21 7. 77 20. 00 8. 00 7. 50 6. 00 8. 00 15. 00 Tentative outlay 2013 -14 2. 00 26. 65 11. 00 11. 82 8. 32 Main activities Technical support, IT, logistics Cashew & cocoa development Spices development programmes Precision farming and protected cultivation Vegetable seeds production and monitoring 5. 00 Pollination support through beekeeping 3. 50 Vegetable seeds production 11. 00 Technology Mission on citrus 6. 00 Vegetable seeds production 8. 00 Pepper development in Idukki district 1. 00 FPO promotion 1. 50 Cold chain studies 2. 15 122. 16 57. 10 Reserve Fund Grand Total SHM+ NLA Outlay 2012 -13 1611. 35 1176. 71 1710. 25 3. 00 Vegetable seeds production 3. 00 Cold chain standards & HRD 101. 79 53. 21 To be allocated to States / NLA based on performance and demand. 1855. 00

Special package for Rejuvenation of Orchards in Drought Affected District of Maharashtra 5 • Special package for Rejuvenation of Orchards in Drought Affected District of Maharashtra 5 • Maharashtra state declared drought in 7896 villages in January 2013 based on final Kharif paisewari and 3905 more villages during Rabi paisewari losses of more than 50% occurred. • • Orchards in 14 districts got affected. An area of 3. 10 lakh ha of orchards in 10, 155 villages of 14 districts have been declared to be affected by drought, have suffered crop losses of 50% or more.

EGo. M approved a Special Package for rejuvenating orchards • affected due to drought, EGo. M approved a Special Package for rejuvenating orchards • affected due to drought, details of which are as under: S. No. Intervention Cost (Rs/ ha) Rate of assistance (Rs/ha) 1. 15, 000 Mulching 20, 000 10, 000 3. INM/IPM Measures 2, 000 1, 000 4. Water retaining agents 8, 000 4, 000 • 30, 000 2. • • • Pruning & agronomical measures Total 60, 000 30, 000 Assistance to be limited to 2 ha per beneficiary Total cost of rejuvenation package worked out to Rs. 931. 04 crore. Outlay of Rs. 400. 00 crore approved by EGo. M, envisaging contribution by State Government also. Rs. 400. 00 crore released during 1 st week of April, 2013

6 Evaluation of NHM Scheme v Task of independent impact evaluation entrusted to AP 6 Evaluation of NHM Scheme v Task of independent impact evaluation entrusted to AP Productivity Council in October, 2012. v Preliminary report submitted in January, 2013. Highlights are as under: v There has been rational and judicious utilization of NHM funds with a significant proportion going to production and PHM. v There has been an upward swing in production of horticulture crops. v There is need for adopting a scientific approach for preparing Annual Action Plan at District Level. v There is need for accrediting the nurseries by experts. Moreover, supply of seeds for hybrid vegetables should be after through scrutiny and the State Government need to exercise some control on pricing of hybrid vegetable seeds being supplied by Private sector seed suppliers. v With regard to area expansion, genetic uniformity needs to be maintained. v For enabling Small and marginal farmers to avail the benefits of protected cultivation, it would be necessary to promote small structures.

7 Implementation of NHM Scheme during XII Plan NHM scheme is proposed to be 7 Implementation of NHM Scheme during XII Plan NHM scheme is proposed to be implemented during the XII Plan by subsuming the schemes of Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States (HMNEH) and National Bamboo Mission (NBM) under one umbrella of National Horticulture Mission. Some of the main highlights of XII Plan scheme are as follows: q. High priority will be accorded for production and supply of seeds and planting material of horticulture crops. Hi-tech nurseries will be promoted in lieu of Model nurseries. q. Area expansion activity for fruit crops will be taken up along with micro irrigation and mulching in an integrated manner. q. Focus would be given on protected cultivation

8 Work Flow based MIS for NHM • Use of ‘hortnet’ MIS was made 8 Work Flow based MIS for NHM • Use of ‘hortnet’ MIS was made mandatory with effect from April, 2012 under NHM. • While many states have uploaded legacy data on subsidy disbursed, limited progress was achieved during 2012 -13. • NIC, based on feed back from officials during training programmes, have requested for upgradation of system hardware & software, as under Details Hardware & software Manpower + logistics Total Amount (Rs. in lakh) 35. 00 75. 00 110. 00 • IT Division has approved the proposal and funds are proposed to be released to NIC during 2013 -14 with concurrence of IFD.