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TSP INTERVENTIONS IN DAHOD. Tribal Development department Government of gujarat. Gujarat Pattern. Decentralised flexible funds for infrastructure gaps in district. Rationale Higher poverty rate among ST population, in spite of 3 decades of TSP Higher differential in North than South Gujarat

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gujarat pattern
Gujarat Pattern

Decentralised flexible funds for infrastructure gaps in district

chief minister s ten point programme


  • Higher poverty rate among ST population, in spite of 3 decades of TSP
  • Higher differential in North than South Gujarat
  • Literacy gap of 20% remained constant in last few decades
  • Poor quality outcomes & lack of modernisation in ITDP Areas
Chief minister’s ten point programme
chief minister s ten point programme4
Chief Minister’s Ten Point Programme

Package of interventions to enable Scheduled Area to bridge the gap with other parts of State

Assured allocation of Rs. 15,000 crore during XI Five Year Plan

Around 15.5% of budget being ear-marked for TASP

Strategy includes

Doubling of income of the area

Involvement of private sector

Focus on quality civil & social infrastructure 

chief minister s ten point programme5

The components

  • Employment opportunities for 5 lakh families
  • Quality of education & technical education
  • Economic development
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Safe drinking water
  • Irrigation
  • Universal electrification
  • All-weather road connectivity
  • Urban development
Chief minister’s ten point programme
dahod an overview
dahod – An overview
  • 6 out of the 7 talukas rank in the top 20 most backward talukas of the state
  • All talukas figure in list of low literacy talukas
approach to development

Focus areas identified for development of Scheduled Areas of Gujarat

  • Economic development
    • Farm based activities
    • Non-Farm based activities
  • Education
    • Middle/ higher secondary residential education
    • Technical education
  • Health
  • Infrastructure development
Approach to development
on farm interventions situation analysis
On-farm Interventions- Situation analysis

Lack of HYV seeds for upland crops

Potential net income increase Rs. 343 crore

From Project Sunshine 2009 Rs. 125 crore

Remaining potential Rs. 218 crore

on farm interventions situation analysis11
On-farm Interventions- Situation analysis

Low availability of tractors & pump sets in Scheduled Area

Poor godown & seed availability, high indebtness

Table: Tractors & Pump sets/ 1000 ha. GCA

situation analysis contd
Situation analysis… contd.

Scheduled areas in South Gujarat has taken up agri-diversification, but post harvest issues remain

economic development project sunshine

Integrated project for productivity improvement of traditional maize growing farmers

  • Successful pilot Project Rainbow in 2007 in 300 villages with roughly 100% increase in productivity
  • Coverage-
    • 5 talukas, 352 villages and 22,000 acre area covered in 2008
    • 6 talukas, 539 villages and 71,835 beneficiaries covered in 2009
Economic development: project sunshine
project sunshine14

Outcome of Project Sunshine in 2008

    • 223 % increase in production in Dahod district
    • At current market price, estimated flow of income in Dahod is Rs. 78.17 crore
project sunshine
project sunshine15

Special features of the Project

    • Zero tolerance approach adopted for targeting- 3-sigma results achieved
      • NGO selection through advertisement
      • RDD’s BPL list given as long-list of beneficiaries
      • Saturation approach
      • Farmer’s joining contribution in cash
      • 1,40,891 farmers covered
      • 2 all-women villages/ taluka
      • Toll free Helpline number for providing assistance to farmers
    • Farmers covered under Weather Based Crop Insurance Scheme- Premium paid Rs. 4.38 cr & expected claim amount Rs. 6.63 cr
project sunshine
project sunshine16


  • Additional income of total Rs. 150 crore to BPL farmers
  • Model in process of replication by Rajasthan (Project Golden Rays 2009), Himachal Pradesh and M. P.
  • Required fodder made available for IDDP
  • Become part of Rs. 348 crore IWADP-RKVY from next year
    • Seed & sapling & CME tenders finalised
    • Farm mechanisation & IT based micro-finance tender evaluated
project sunshine
project sunshine17
project sunshine

Project Funding

Project Partners

  • D-SAG
  • Project Administrators
  • GSFC
  • Monsanto India Ltd. (MIL)
  • NGOs & District Dairy Cooperatives
  • Agriculture Department
  • Gandhinagar Notified Area Authority
  • Anand Agriculture University
  • GIDR
animal husbandry situation analysis
Animal Husbandry- Situation analysis

High % of non-descript cattle in ST districts

Non-descript goat population


Special Features

  • Comprehensive risk coverage
    • Cattle & initial cattle feed
    • Veterinary Services
    • Strengthening village dairy co-ops
    • Strengthening district dairy unions
    • Provision of bulk chillers
    • AI services
  • Outcome indicator was taken as Rs. 800 per cattle/month
  • SATCOM based training to participants
  • ILD Project of J K Trust- 1700 female calves born potential income of Rs. 3.25 cr.

Milk Procurement Progress

skill training25

Other partners GLI, IGTR, CIPET

    • Over 12 trainees working in middle east
    • Quality problems with NIIT, Bosch
    • Team Lease tender finalised for bulk placement
  • No stipend to trainees
  • Gender & outcome frameworks being followed
  • All women driving batch successfully completed
  • Training providers being selected through tender
  • Strong CPMS & CME launched
  • Focus also on high quality VTC under PPP
  • GTZ technical support being examined
Skill training
economic development challenges


  • Quality seeds & inputs not available
  • High input cost without risk coverage will pose problems
  • Poor level of farm mechanization
  • Lack of post harvest facilities
    • Project Sunshine & IWADP-RKVY
  • Price stability in case of production increase
    • Seed & sapling tender covers 30% marketing also
  • Timely availability of farm credit
    • Project Sunshine & IT based financial inclusion project
Economic development- challenges
economic development challenges27

Animal Husbandry

  • Large no. of non-descript cattle
  • Low availability of quality cattle
    • JK Trust’s ILD Project

Skill Training

  • Growth rate of primary sector will remain low
  • Indifferent quality of training providers
    • Modern, urban oriented skill training programmes needed
    • Quality technical assistance is expensive
    • Need to promote tertiary sector- LEIT Services, Garment, food processing
Economic development: challenges
education situation analysis
Education- Situation analysis

District figures in Low literacy districts’ list

In spite of campaigns like Kanya Kelvani, large number of girls missing from schools

Table: Missing girls in stdd. 6 & 7 & Girls: Boys ratio

education situation analysis30
Education- Situation analysis

Illiteracy concentrated in certain migration-prone communities

secondary education

Significant gap in the capacity of primary and secondary schools which results in forced drop-outs

  • To provide better quality education, free of cost residential schools started for ST students
    • 7 Girls’ Residential Schools (Capacity: 2940)
    • 1 Eklavya Model Residential School (Capacity: 420)
    • Talent Pool Schools (200/ year in state)
  • Over 25 new Higher Secondary schools, many with science stream opened in last 3 years
secondary Education

Special buses for teachers in remote areas planned, operationalised in Narmada district

Schools managed in PPP mode with reputed educational organizations

PPP Policy in place

Biometric attendance system to be launched

Satcom based English tutorials with reputed urban teachers ready for launch

Proposal for M/HRD Model schools ready


Convergence with different schemes for the construction of schools

    • Govt. of India funds
    • RSVY
    • BCK
    • Article 275(1)
    • Gujarat Pattern of funds allocation
    • Guardian Secretaries’ Funds
technical education

New technical colleges set up-

      • Engineering College
      • Engineering Ploytechnic
      • Agriculture Engineering College
      • Agriculture Polytechnic
      • Tribal Farm based Women’s Training Center
      • Nursing School
      • Physiotherapy College
  • Soft loans for foreign study & pilot training
  • 40 seats procured for 4-years’ integrated B. Ed. course
technical education
education way ahead challenges

Need to set up more middle/higher secondary schools

  • Need to promote science stream education
    • Provision for more science schools & better science labs
  • Provision of transit accommodation for teachers in remote tribal areas
  • Hostels in migration prone areas
Education: Way ahead & challenges
  • Nirogibalak campaign
  • DoodhSanjivaniYojana: School Milk Program
    • 80, 350 students covered everyday in Dahod
    • Over 2.25 lakh students in 7 most backward ITDP talukas
  • Chiranjivi Programme
  • EMRI - 108
water supply
Water Supply

The program provides piped drinking water to the kitchen of the individual households.

infrastructure development challenges

Poor returns on Public Assets- further even lower in tribal areas

  • High road density in tribal areas alone has not been able to trigger the growth of tertiary sector. Need for other interventions required
infrastructure development: challenges
gender sensitive approach

100% women beneficiaries were selected in many villages under Project Sunshine

  • Free of cost Residential Schools have been set up for ST Girl children
  • Farm based Women’s Agriculture Training Institute has been set up for the ST women
  • All projects by TDD follow a strict ‘Gender Framework’ wherein 50% of the beneficiaries MUST be women
  • Women centric interventions-
    • Tap water till kitchen level
    • Rural LPG connections
    • 7x24 power in villages
Gender sensitive approach
women s empowerment project

Dhanpur, Garbada & part of Dahod covered

Being implemented through CARE India & rigorously selected NGO partners

Women’s Empowerment Project
public private partnership ppp
Public private partnership (PPP)
  • PPP guidelines for rigorous selection of partners in place
  • Potential Partners:
    • John-Deere
    • Taleem- Zee TV Education Research Foundation
    • Surya Foundation
    • Microsoft
    • HCL
    • Team lease

Existing Partners

  • Ambuja Cement
  • Indo German Tool Room
  • Mico Bosch
  • MarutiUdyog
  • NIIT
  • Intel
  • IBM
  • Global Indian Foundation, Singapore
  • Navrachna Education Society
  • Career Launcher
increased transparency
Increased transparency
  • NGO management manual developed
    • NGO selection mainly through advertisement
  • Private sector selection on BOO basis through tender
  • Beneficiary details available on website
  • CPMS & CME reports on website
  • Concept of “3-sigma” zero tolerance projects introduced
  • FIR, recovery & blacklisting against defaulting partners
  • Comprehensive data base of NGO projects being developed
  • Increasing use of IT based solution
institutional arrangements
Institutional Arrangements
  • Development Support Agency of Gujarat mandated to
    • Develop major projects
    • Leverage funds from various agencies
    • Induct competent staff
    • Handle outsourcing of services
    • Finalise tenders for NGOs & private partners
    • Manage programme website
    • Review & monitor key projects
      • Projects on hand- Rs. 1500 crore
      • Projects under development- Rs. 250 crore