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Presentation on Kanwat Taluka District: Vadodra ( Most Backward Taluka of State ). By: Mr I P Gautam Municipal Commissioner. Kawat : Introduction – Historical Perspective. Was part of Chotaudaipur Taluka Formed as a taluka in 1997-98 On the border of Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra.

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Presentation on kanwat taluka district vadodra most backward taluka of state

Presentation on Kanwat TalukaDistrict: Vadodra( Most Backward Taluka of State)

By:

Mr I P Gautam

Municipal Commissioner


Kawat introduction historical perspective

Kawat : Introduction –Historical Perspective

  • Was part of Chotaudaipur Taluka

  • Formed as a taluka in 1997-98

  • On the border of Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra


Kawat introduction demography

Kawat : Introduction -Demography

  • Population( 2001)

    • Total :170524

    • Tribal :157738

    • Percentage of ST Population:92.5

  • No of BPL Families:

    • Total:10380

    • Percentage:31.6(of total HHs)

    • ST BPL :9792

      • Percentage: 94.33% (of total BPL HHs)

    • No of BPL HHs Having Land:7181


Kawat introduction human dev parameters

Kawat : Introduction- Human Dev Parameters

  • No of Houseless Families/ families with Muddy Huts:195

  • Literacy Rate:33.35%

    • Female Literacy Rate: 20%

  • Percentage of Marginal Workers: 11.32

  • No of Migrant Families:6276

  • Percentage of Ag laborers: 7.5( of total population)


Kawat introduction land crop

Kawat : Introduction- Land & Crop

  • Gross Cropped Area:39804

  • Percentage of Irrigated Land:15.05

  • Forest major source of livelihood


Kawat reasons of backwardness

Kawat : Reasons of Backwardness

  • Remotest: 135 Km away from Baroda

  • Forest based economy

  • Hilly, Undulating, unfertile land


Kawat reasons of backwardness1

Kawat : Reasons of Backwardness

  • No benefit of river Narmada

  • No Drinking Water facility other than Hand pump in 80% villages

  • Subsistence agriculture

    • Small Land Holding

    • Rain fed Agriculture

    • Inadequate rainfall


Kawat reasons of backwardness2

Kawat : Reasons of Backwardness

  • Government programmes run by TSP/ DRDA could not make impact

    • Individual based

    • Absence of Perspective Community plan for ling period

    • Nature of intervention

      • Limited to the age of asset

    • After Depletion of Forest, Main source of livelihood washed away

      • alternatives not available

      • Forest Department became hurdle


Kawat reasons of backwardness3

Kawat : Reasons of Backwardness

  • Dependence on NGOs for Development

    • Had Profit Motive

    • Absence of local NGO

  • Attitude of the Local tribe

    • Women involved in economic activity

    • Men feel it below dignity to work

    • Development programmes were aim for men

      • Did not cater to the socioeconomic reality


Kawat reasons of backwardness4

Kawat : Reasons of Backwardness

  • Education

    • Low literacy rate

    • Ashramshalas closed

      • no alternative provision developed

      • Inadequate number of higher secondary school

    • Education not employment oriented

      • Children were removed from economic activity and sent to schools

      • No alternative source of earning was available after education


Opportunities

Opportunities

  • Integrated Dairy Development Project

    • with Baroda Dairy

    • Total Cost: Rs 33.43Cr

      • GoG Grant: Rs 19.89Cr

      • Intuitional Credit: Rs 11.36Crs

      • Dairy/ Participant Contribution:2.47

    • No of HH to be Covered:5000


Opportunities1

Opportunities…

  • Education

    • Opening of Schools with Science Stream by Education & Tribal Development Department

    • Improvement in Hostel facilities of Adarsh Nivasi Shala

    • Deepak Charitable Trust agreed for Eklavya School

  • Economic Development

    • Resource Survey being done

    • Attempt for participation of Pvt. Sector


Opportunities2

Opportunities…

  • Drinking Water

    • Narmada (Hafeshwar) based Water Supply Scheme

      • Cost: Rs 90 Cr

      • Coverage of 123 Village

      • by GWSSB

    • Water supply to each Household proposed

      • Cost-Rs 80 Cr proposed by TDD

  • Electrification –of each Household under Central /State Grant by GEB

    • Kadipani/ Hafeshwar: Small Hamlets- Problem in coverage for Electricity


Strategies

Strategies

  • Health & Sanitation

    • Cherrnjeevi Scheme for APL Tribal Families

    • Construction of Anganwadi in remaining villages

    • Individual Toilets under Total Sanitation Campaign

  • Agriculture

    • Improvement of Irrigation Tankss

    • Lift Irrigation Schemes

    • Horticulture based – 500 acre for Vadi Project


Strategies1

Strategies

  • Education: planning in package

    • Primary education to everyone

    • After Class 7 – intervention by Pvt Sector or Government for further schooling

    • Government Higher Secondary School

      • within radius of 8-10 Kms

    • Residential Science Schools at Taluka

    • Professional Education: establishing ITI, Polytechnic & Engineering colleges at Taluka level


Strategies2

Strategies

  • Improvement in TSP

    • Long term Sectoral Perspective Planning

  • Improvement in Communication

    • Road Network

    • Construction of small bridges & Culverts

  • Construction of Small & Medium size Check Dams

  • Promotion of local-art & Craft based enterprises.


Challenges

Challenges

  • Regularization of forest land within timeframe

  • Severe Problem of Drinking Water

    • Lower Water Table-Failure of Hand pumps

  • Welfare of Migrant Labrours, especially for their health & children education at work place

  • Establishing Agriculture marketing Network

  • Exploitation of tourism potential of Kadipani & Hafeshwar- Narmada river

  • Strengthning of SHGs under Shakti Samanvay

  • Motivation to leave orthodoxy & Superstition


Thank you

Thank You….


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