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Backward Regions Grant Fund Sheopur. Prepared by Zila Panchayat, Sheopur Swapnil Education Society, Bhopal. Sheopur District. Introduction & Profile. Location of Sheopur District in India. Block Wise District Map of Sheopur . Vijaypur. Sheopur. Kharal. Introduction of the district.

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Backward Regions Grant Fund


Prepared by

Zila Panchayat, Sheopur

Swapnil Education Society, Bhopal

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Sheopur District

Introduction & Profile

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Block Wise District Map of Sheopur




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Introduction of the district

  • The important rivers like Chambal, Seep, Parvati, Kuwari and Kuno are the lifeline of the district.

  • The Chambal, which originates in the Indore district, forms the northwestern boundary of Madhaya Pradesh with Rajstahan.

  • Rail and road transport are common means of transportation.

  • Nearest air port is Gwalior, is 225 Km away.

  • Rail or bus routes connect about 25 percent of villages. Roads connect all the tehsil headquarters.

  • Sheopur lies on main trunk Narrow gauge railway route of central railway joining Gwalior.

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General Administration

Sub Division




Nagar Palika

Development Block
















Janpad Panchayat


Gram Panchayat


Tribal Block


Legislative Assembly seats


Administrative Setup of Sheopur District

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Worker Participation in District

Almost 60% area of district comes under the category of 40 to 60 % Worker Participation Rate

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Agriculture Pattern of the district

  • About 22 % percent of the geographical area is available for cultivation. About 65% percent of the total cultivable area in the district is irrigated.

  • Canal is the major source of irrigation, which accounts for 53350 Ha irrigation.(35% approx.) by tube-wells 38600 Ha (25%),by wells 12250 Ha(8%) and by rivers 10200 Ha(7%) and by ponds 1300Ha(1%).

  • Crops:

  • Wheat is the most important food grain grown in the district.

  • Mustard is the most important oil seed grown in the district.

  • Major kharif crops are Bazara and Soyabean.

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Primary Health Centres all the basic medical facility,

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List of Hospitals all the basic medical facility,

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Distribution of Community Health Worker & Health Facilities in District

  • Health Services was very poor in entire the district.

  • Not a single health centre have well equipped health equipments

  • Most of the Place in the district did not have CHW facility

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SWOT Analysis Sheopur District in District

  • Weaknesses

  • Undulated topography and Concurrent droughts

  • Depleting Ground Water table

  • Unskilled Labour force

  • Fragmented Land holdings

  • Rain fed agriculture

  • Traditional /contract migration

  • No industries


  • Avg Rainfall of 871.3 mm and three rivers

  • Cheap and abundant Labour

  • Proximity to Rajasthan

  • Wide scope for increased agricultural productivity

  • Forest area(more than 300 medicinal species)

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SWOT Analysis Sheopur District in District

  • Threats

  • Monsoons in inverse proportion

  • Erratic Rainfall Pattern

  • Traditional Migration

  • Traditional agriculture

  • Lack of electrification

  • Lack of basic infrastructure


  • Increase in irrigation capacity

  • Diversification to commercial farming

  • Skill development and capacity development of Tribal community,SHG's, farmers etc.

  • Increase in socio-economic status due to impact of various schemes and allied activities

  • Herbal Farming

  • Tourism potential

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Vision & Mission in District

Sheopur District

BRGF Project

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Problem in District



The tribal of Sheopur district are residing in sparsely populated and scattered hamlets lacking connectivity The undulating topography preference for nuclear families and the poor communication etc are the contributing factors to this phenomenon Consequently the people find it difficult to keep in touch with external world and take advantage of modern technologies of production marketing and communication

Villagers should use proper communication facilities and contribute in process of development through adopting modern technologies and knowledge

In each and every Panchayat one Information has proposed for improvement of communication facilities.

Total 226 village Information centers

The quality of education in rural areas is low the drops our rates are also high with most of the schools lacking in basic facilities

Every children should get well education facilities

Specially focused on improving Higher education facilities

Taking tribal hostels for girls & boys

The district lacks in the basic infrastructure related to health & education. It is poorly connected with railways and repair the building of most of the schools hospital and veterinary centers are also in a bad condition.

Villager should availed proper health facilities at every place & any time

Improving health infrastructure & facilities and also improving basic amenities

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5 crore for 5 years in District

Trainings (SIRD)

11.2 crore for5 years

Urban Area Plan

Rural Area Plan

58.8 crore for5 years

SC/ST Sub Plan

(42% of Rural Plan)

24.69 crore for 5 Years

Apna Ghar for SC/ST

3.20 crore for 5 Years

(12.95% of Rural Plan)

Other Activities for SC/ST

5% Salary & Administration + 0.1% Protsahan Amount

18.51 crore for 5 Years

2.94+0.0588=2.9988 Lakh for 1 year.

Distribution of BRGF Programme for Sheopur District

(Budget for Five Year is 75 Crore)

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Shelf of Project wise in DistrictRural Plan of BRGF in Sheopur District

(Budget for Five Year is 5946.11 Lakhs)

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Shelf of Project wise in DistrictUrban Plan of BRGF in Sheopur District

(Budget for Five Year is 1157.87 Lakhs)

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Major Works Taken Under BRGF Plan of Sheopur District in District

  • To improve facilities of Health in the entire district new construction of health infrastructure works were taken under the Plan i.e. Construction of 21 Sub Health Centre, 14 Ayurvedic Hospitals, 9 Veterinary Hospitals. Beside this plan is also envisaged to improve existing infrastructure of health facility. Thus, 8 Postmortem rooms & 11 Attendant rooms were proposed under existing Primary sub Health Centre buildings. Moreover, as far as renovation & repair of existing health facilities is concerned, the BRGF plan should renovate & repair to 39 Sub Health Centres and 4 Primary Health Centre etc.

  • School buildings, Library & Laboratory facilities in High & Higher Secondary Schools. Construction of Hostel buildings for Tribal Girls & Boys

  • The Sheopur district is tribal dominated district so SC/ST sub plan worth Rs.2471.61Lakhs has been proposed. This plan in focused to improve livelihood of SC/ST and ensure roof on it. The plan covered above 1280 Apna Ghar of SC/ST families, Minor Irrigation facility to improve agriculture, ponds for fisheries development and community buildings specially in tribal dominant area. In fact Plan is also taken 5 tribal hostels & 5 tribal schools to provided better education to children.

  • Construction of Panchayat Building in building less panchayats, construction of Storage Godowan in Existing Faire Price Shop Buildings

  • Rural village electrification works were taken in most need villages

  • Construction of 4 Resource Centre, Stadium and Play Ground etc.

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Gap Identification In Available Resources in District

Source: Primary Field Survey of Villages

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Gap Identification In Available Resources in District

Source: Primary Field Survey of Villages

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Chart-Strategy for Livelihood Activities in District

Formation of SHGS

Strengthening of SHGs members

Identification of Backward & Forward Linkages

Startup of Livelihood Activities

Handholding Support

Promotion & Marketing of Products

Income Generation & Livelihood Sustainability

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Block wise & Shelf of Project Wise Coverage under Sheopur BRGF

Note-Rs.5.00crore of training is not included

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Rural Plan BRGF

Block Wise Proposed Activities under BRGF

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Rural Plan BRGF

Activity wise Coverage of Rural BRGF Plan

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Urban Plan BRGF

Block Wise Proposed Activities under BRGF

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Urban Plan BRGF

11.57 Crore

5 Works

Activity wise Coverage of Rural BRGF Plan

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Panchayat Wise Five Year BRGF


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Process BRGF

Tools Used for Preparation of Plan

  • Village Level Schedule

    • Format-I: Resource Analysis

    • Format-II: Proposed Works

  • PRA

    • Social Mapping

    • Resource Mapping

  • Check List

  • Data Software

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Process BRGF

  • Methodology for BRGF Plan

    • Information Collected by Village Schedule

      • Cast Composition

      • Occupation Pattern

      • Social Structure

      • Worker Participation

      • Source of Drinking Water

      • Source of Irrigation etc.

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Process BRGF

  • Information Collected by Village Schedule

    • Availability of Infrastructure

      • School / Aaganwadi

      • Panchayat Building

      • Natural Resources & General Amenities

    • Missing/ Need Base Infrastructure

    • Other Secondary Information

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Process BRGF

  • 2. Selection & Orientation of Team

    • Selection of Team members for field survey

    • Training of Field Investigators on Filling Schedules & PRA

    • Preparation of Check List

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Process BRGF

  • 3. Field Survey

  • Step-I:

  • Rapport Building

  • Transect Walk of Village

  • Collection of Information in prescribed format

  • Listing Existing Infrastructure

  • Information regarding ongoing schemes of Line departments

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Process BRGF

  • Field Survey

  • Step-II

  • Listing Missing Infrastructure at village level

  • Listing needs & requirements of villagers

  • Ranking & Prioritization of works

  • Conducting PRA exercise

    • Social Mapping

    • Resource Mapping

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Process BRGF

  • Field Survey

  • Step-III

  • Location of Selected Works on Village Map

  • Estimates of Selected Works

  • Linking of Selected Works through Existing Scheme

  • Sharing with Community & Govt. Officials

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Process BRGF

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Thank You BRGF