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The Govt. of Maharashtra is among the first few states to adopt the principle of decentralized planning. In this process the districts have the discretion to priorities among the various development schemes within the outlays provided to them.
For this purpose, the schemes and programs in the state plan are classified as, state level schemes (Planned and funded at State level), State pool Schemes (District level Schemes but planned and funded from the State Pool Fund) and Regular District level Schemes prepared by the District Planning Committee.
In order to provide suitable assistance to the divisional Commissioner in monitoring the various plan schemes, general co-ordination problem connected with the implementation of District Plan, including Tribal sub Plan, Special Component Plan, special program for backward tribal pockets; a divisional planning unit was established by Government. The following programs are monitored at divisional level.
District Plan (General/ Tribal Sub Plan/ Special Component Plan)
MLA/MLC- Local Area Development Scheme (MLALADS).
MP- Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS).
HADP- Hilly Area Development Program.
HDP- Human Development Program.
Regional Tourism Scheme.
Removal of Regional Imbalance


District Plan- After formation of the Maharashtra State in 1960, Government has adopted a Policy of balanced development on the basis of District as a unit for formulation of Five year Plans and Annual Plans. For this Purpose District Planning and Development Councils (D.P.D.C.) have been constituted in every district. Now, the D.P.D.C. has been replaced by District Planning Committee, constituted under the article 243 Z.D. of 74th Amendment of the Constitution. The Minister in charge of the district is Chairman of the Committee. The collector of the district is member Secretary of this committee.As per the guidelines issued by the Govt. District Planning Committee prepares the plans and get it approved from government. Accordingly the funds are distributed to implementing agencies through District Collector. District level departments implement the schemes. At District level District collector and CEO, Zillha Parishad takes monthly review of the schemes. Also at Divisional level a review is taken with regional heads along with Collectors and CEOs

District wise sanctioned plan for the year 2014-15

Sr. no.

District

General Plan

Tribal
Sub Plan

Special Component Plan

Total District Plan

1

Nashik

275.00

402.61

85.65

763.26

2

Dhule

115.00

122.21

21.02

258.23

3

Jalgaon

235.00

55.58

60.38

350.96

4

Ahmednagar

280.00

66.83

86.20

433.03

5

Nandurbar

60.00

367.56

8.17

435.73

Nashik Division

965.00

1014.79

261.42

2241.21

MLALADS- MLA/ MLC’s Local Area Development Scheme- This program is being implemented in the state since 1984-85. The program is envisaged to undertake small works of local development and complete them within a short period of one year. Under this program works such as small roads, missing links, small bridges, primary school classrooms, community halls, library buildings, etc. costing less than 15 lakhs are taken. In Nashik division we have 47 MLAs and 8 MLCs.

Sr.No.

District

No of Taluka

No of constituency

No of MLA

No of MLC

1

Nashik

15

15

15

3

2

Dhule

4

5

5

1

3

Nandurbar

6

4

4

1

4

Jalgaon

15

11

11

1

5

Ahmednagar

14

12

12

2

 

Total

54

47

47

8

Under this program Rs.2.00 cr. Are sanctioned for each MLA/MLCs. They can suggest works under this scheme.

At Division level physical and financial review is taken and quarterly reports are sent to govt.

MPLADS- MP’s Local Area Development Scheme-A centrally sponsored program "Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme " is being implemented in the State from the year 1993-94 which is similar to the existing MLA/MLC’s local area development program. Initially started with Rs.5.00 lakh per MPs is now increased to Rs.5.00 Cr. The funds under this scheme are non lapsable. Under this scheme works such as small roads, missing links, small bridges, primary school classrooms, community halls, library buildings, etc. are taken. For this schemes separate guidelines are issued by GOI. In Nashik Division we have 8 Member of parliament members & 1 Rajay Sabha Sadasya

Sr.No.

District

No of Taluka

M.P. constituency

No of M.P.

No of R.S.S.

1

Nashik

15

2

2

0

2

Dhule

4

1

1

0

3

Nandurbar

6

1

2

0

4

Jalgaon

15

2

2

1

5

Ahmednagar

14

2

2

0

 

Total

54

8

8

1

At division level a committee under Divisional Commissioner is established by govt. to monitor this program.

HILLY AREA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (HADP)- While formulating the Annual /Five year plan of the State, it was observed that there are unique needs of the Hilly Areas in the State which required special attention. The State Government therefore appointed a Cabinet Sub Committee in October 1988 to identify hilly areas in the State on the basis of prescribed norms and to suggest a special program for development of hilly areas. According to the criteria adopted by the committee; cabinet committee declared fully and partial blocks in the state. In Nashik division there are 15 fully and 9 partial blocks for hilly area development program

Sr.No.

District

No of Taluka

No of Fully Hilly Area Block

No of Partial Hilly Area Block

1

Nashik

15

8

0

2

Dhule

4

2

0

3

Nandurbar

6

3

2

4

Jalgaon

15

0

4

5

Ahmednagar

14

2

3

 

Total

54

15

9

Under this program Rs.1.00 Cr. grants are sanctioned for each fully covered HADP block and Rs.0.50 Cr. Sanctioned for partially covered HADP block. For effective implementation District level committee chaired by Hon’ble guardian minister is constituted for each district. Out of total funds available for the block 25 % of the funds are reserved for works related to education and remaining 75% funds can be used for the works related to development of the block. Works like small roads, missing links, bridges, cultural hall, etc.
At Division level physical and financial review is taken and quarterly reports are sent to govt.


HDP- Human Development Program- Human Development is defined as “the process of enlarging peoples’ choices”, the critical one being to live a long and healthy life and in the process to be educated and to enjoy decent standard of living.  The key dimensions of human development include promotion of gender and economic equity, social and cultural rights, etc. A healthy and educated population leads to increased productivity which effectively contributes to growth in output.  High growth is essential to generate resources for development spending.  However, the benefits of growth need to be shared equitably among all sections, especially weaker and vulnerable sections of the society.  This is a new concept, termed as ‘inclusive growth’, the main objective of the XI Five Year Plan.
Government of Maharashtra established ‘The Maharashtra Human Development Mission’ on 29th June, 2006 for improving the HDI of the 12 most backward districts of the State as per the SHDR, 2002. Human Development Committees were formed at the district, taluka and village levels for implementation of the programmes under the mission. In Nashik Division Nandurbar and Dhule districts are backward districts as per the SHDR.
In 2011, Government of Maharashtra decided to expand the programme and consider ‘Taluka’ instead of ‘District’ as a unit of Human Development.  Accordingly, it has been decided to expand the Human Development programme in 125 Talukas of the State. Out of 125 Talukas 25 talukas are in Nashik Division.
Livelihood, Education and Health are the important components of Human Development.  Accordingly, following schemes are being implemented under the Human Development Programme.
1.     To start mobile soil testing vans, to provide Vocational Training to youths in rural areas for Self-employment,
2.     To organise Special Coaching Classes for the students failed in 10th and 12th std. examinations,
3.     To start Study Centres in bigger villages,
4.     To provide transport facilities from village to school to enable all the girls in rural areas to take education upto 12th std.,
5.     To provide bicycle for girls in rural areas to take education upto 12th std.,
6.     To improve and strengthen the Laboratories in Government / Govt. aided Secondary / Higher Secondary Schools,
7.     To Establish Balbhavan – Science Center at Taluka place,
8.     To extend benefit of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Yojna upto 10th std.,
9.     To organise special camps for medical check up of pregnant women, children in the age group of 0 to 6 months and the lactating mothers by expert doctors,
10.   To organise special training for adolescent girls,
11.   To pay wages to pregnant women from SC / ST / BPL categories, to enable them to take rest in the 9th month of pregnancy.
12.   Taluka specific schemes.
 

 

 

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