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Welcome 1
MASTER’S SEMINAR - I
On
Recent Welfare Schemes of Karnataka
Presenter:
Muralidhar S. Sajjanshettar
Jr.M.Sc.(Agril Economic...
Path of presentation
33
Conclusion
Case studies
Features of schemes
Popular schemes
Welfare schemes
Terminologies
Introduc...
Welfare is the provision of a minimal level
of well-being and social support for all citizens,
sometimes referred to as pu...
Terminologies
Welfare :The health , happiness, and fortunes of a
person or Group.
(or)
Organized practical or financial he...
Anna Bhagya
Krishi Bhagya
Ksheera Bhagya
Vasati Bhagya
Yashaswini
Manaswini
Vidyasiri
66
Welfare schemes
Shaadi Bhagya
Sav...
• Anna Bhagya
• Ksheera Bhagya
• Shaadi Bhagya
• Manaswini
• Krishi Bhagya
• Savayava Bhagya
• Bhoochetana
• Ganga Kalyana...
88
Features of schemes
Anna Bhagya Scheme
• Food security is an issue that the Government of
India has directed a great deal of attention towards...
• In the similar vein, as an attempt to ensure food
security to its people, the Government of Karnataka
launched most anti...
1111
Operational Aspects of Anna Bhagya
Scheme
• In brief, the scheme aims to provide 30 kg of rice per
family per month at the...
• The rice will be distributed through a network of
21,024 Public Distribution System (PDS) shops.
• A single person famil...
Distribution of food grains
Food Grains North Karnataka South Karnataka
Eligible for 10 Kg of food grains
Rice 4kg 7kg
Whe...
Ksheera Bhagya
Aim : To provide milk to the
children which increases
the nutrition.
For whom : To all
Anganavadies and 1st...
Quantity : Per child 150 ml
warm milk along with
sugar.
For Anganwadi children
provide milk which is
rich in fat.
Launch :...
17
There are 64,000 Anganawadis 39 lakh children
and 51,000 Govt. schools, 65 lakh students are the
beneficiaries.
17
Special features of Ksheera Bhagya
Scheme
It is one of the leading schemes of the government.
Providing milk at the time o...
No of Anganawadis 64000
No of Children 39,00,000
Fat content milk
powder
15gms/student
Expenditure/day Rs.2.85 per child
R...
• This scheme was launched in October 2013.
• The main purpose of this scheme is to provide the
financial assistance for t...
• Initially plan was intended only for Muslim women,
however government later extended the plan to other
minorities like C...
Manaswini
Launch : Launched in the year 2013
Features :
• Unmarried, divorced, abandoned women of BPL
families above 40 ye...
Aim : The main intention of the scheme is to provide a
special package to rain fed farming community
by financial assistin...
Provide financial assistance for farmers who
come forward with project proposal of rainwater
harvesting and water use effi...
Providing 50% subsidy to all level of farmers in the
society.
In the package of without polyhouse the expenditure
for hort...
Aim : To encourage farmers to take up horticultural
crops by providing subsidy to rain fed farmers.
Launch : The scheme is...
under this scheme selects 105 talukas in which farmers
growing different types of horticultural crops will be
selected.
Se...
A mega scheme initiated during the later part of
2013-14, is an extension of the earlier Organic
village/site programme to...
• Programme implemented in 571 hoblis of the state,
bringing around 53,829 farmers under the perview of
the programme in a...
Site Committee constituted comprising
representatives from farmers associations, NGO
representative and Department office...
Various components carried out in each 100 ha
block under Savayava Bhagya Yojane
 Identification of the project area 100 ...
• Green manure seeds, azolla pits, bio-digester units,
Gober gas units.
• Compost & Vermi Compost Units, cow urine pits,
c...
Community Seed Bank, Community Library.
Honey bee boxes & honey harvestors.
Value addition, Processing, Packing,Marketing....
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3535
Bhoochetana
The goal of Bhoochetana is to make a
difference in the lives of farmers in 24 districts
of Karnataka, includin...
 Go on mission mode – boost rain fed agriculture in Karnataka
on a war footing together with partners. Bhoo Chetana in it...
• Target one or two major rain fed crops in the
selected districts.
• Identify high-yielding cultivars preferred by the
fa...
• Lead farmers to learn skills in agricultural activities.
They would also train other farmers to increase crop
production...
• The GKY started during 1996-1997.
• State Government initiative to support small and
marginal farmers.
• Backward classe...
• Basic Objective- To provide Irrigation facilities to the small
and marginal farmers.
• The scheme originated as a loan s...
Eligibility
They should be small or
marginal farmer
Permanent residents of
Karnataka State.
Should belong to the SC,ST,OBC...
Sl No Scheme Name Budget allocation
1 Anna Bhagya Rs .4,424 Crore
2 Ksheera Bhagya Rs.2 Crore
3 Krishi Bhagya Rs. 500 Cror...
44
Case studies
44
45
Raju et al.(2013)
46
47
CASE STUDY - 2
Groundnut pod yield with improved management compared to farmers’ management in
farmers’ fields across f...
48
Raju et al.(2011) 48
37 %
45.66 %
41.5 %
39 %
Avg
Impact of Ganga Kalyana Scheme on cropping pattern
of minority farmers in Karnataka: A Case Study of
Chickmagalur District...
SI.NO Name of the Crop
No. of
Respondents
Percentage
1
Single crop of similar
nature
41 82
2
More than one crop of
dissimi...
Crop grown after the implementation of the Scheme
SI.NO Name of the Crop
No. of
Respondents
Percentage
1
More than one cro...
52
Conclusion
52
Welfare schemes are very important as far as
development of an economy is concerned, because
inclusive de...
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  1. 1. Welcome 1
  2. 2. MASTER’S SEMINAR - I On Recent Welfare Schemes of Karnataka Presenter: Muralidhar S. Sajjanshettar Jr.M.Sc.(Agril Economics) PGS14AGR6576 AC,Vijayapura Major Advisor: Dr. M.Y.Teggi 22
  3. 3. Path of presentation 33 Conclusion Case studies Features of schemes Popular schemes Welfare schemes Terminologies Introduction
  4. 4. Welfare is the provision of a minimal level of well-being and social support for all citizens, sometimes referred to as public aid. In most developed countries welfare is largely provided by the government, and to a lesser extent, charities, informal social groups, religious groups, and inter-governmental organizations. In karnataka, there are many welfare schemes. In that some are popular like Anna bhagya, ksheera bhagya etc. 4 Introduction 4
  5. 5. Terminologies Welfare :The health , happiness, and fortunes of a person or Group. (or) Organized practical or financial help provided to help people in need. Scheme :A systematic plan for achieving a particular aim (or) a secret or underhand plan; a plot. an ordered system or pattern make secret plans - Oxford English Dictionary 55
  6. 6. Anna Bhagya Krishi Bhagya Ksheera Bhagya Vasati Bhagya Yashaswini Manaswini Vidyasiri 66 Welfare schemes Shaadi Bhagya Savayava Bhagya Bhagya Jyothi Dhanya Jyothi Bhoochetana Ganga Kalyana Yojana
  7. 7. • Anna Bhagya • Ksheera Bhagya • Shaadi Bhagya • Manaswini • Krishi Bhagya • Savayava Bhagya • Bhoochetana • Ganga Kalyana Yojana 77 Most popular schemes
  8. 8. 88 Features of schemes
  9. 9. Anna Bhagya Scheme • Food security is an issue that the Government of India has directed a great deal of attention towards. • It passed the crucial National Food security bill (Right to Food act) on 13th September 2013 which was in (retrospective) effect since July, 2013. • This law aims to provide food to approximately two thirds of the population at subsidized price. 99
  10. 10. • In the similar vein, as an attempt to ensure food security to its people, the Government of Karnataka launched most anticipated pro-poor programme named ‘Annabhagya Yojana’. • Annabhagya Yojana is the revised form of the traditional public distribution system of Karnataka state with few vital modifications. • The programme was officially launched on 10th July, 2013 by the Honourable Chief Minister of Karnataka. 10 10
  11. 11. 1111
  12. 12. Operational Aspects of Anna Bhagya Scheme • In brief, the scheme aims to provide 30 kg of rice per family per month at the price of Re.1/ kg to below poverty line (BPL) families across the state. • The programme covers a total of 98.35 lakh families (87 lakh BPL cardholders and 11.35 lakh ‘Antyodaya Anna Yojana’ beneficiaries) across the state. 1212
  13. 13. • The rice will be distributed through a network of 21,024 Public Distribution System (PDS) shops. • A single person family is eligible for 10 kg rice, 2 person family will get 20 kg, a family with 3 and more number of persons are eligible for 30 kg rice per month. 1313
  14. 14. Distribution of food grains Food Grains North Karnataka South Karnataka Eligible for 10 Kg of food grains Rice 4kg 7kg Wheat 2kg 1kg Jowar/Raagi 4kg 2kg Eligible for 20 Kg of food grains Rice 11kg 15kg Wheat 3kg 2kg Jowar/Raagi 6kg 3kg Eligible for 30 Kg of food grains Rice 17kg 22kg Wheat 5kg 3kg Jowar/Raagi 8kg 5kg 14 14www.karnataka.gov.in
  15. 15. Ksheera Bhagya Aim : To provide milk to the children which increases the nutrition. For whom : To all Anganavadies and 1st to 10th Government School children. Duration : 3 days in a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) 15 15
  16. 16. Quantity : Per child 150 ml warm milk along with sugar. For Anganwadi children provide milk which is rich in fat. Launch : The scheme initiated from 2013, August. Beneficiaries : 1.04 Crore Children have been benefitted from this scheme. 16 16
  17. 17. 17 There are 64,000 Anganawadis 39 lakh children and 51,000 Govt. schools, 65 lakh students are the beneficiaries. 17
  18. 18. Special features of Ksheera Bhagya Scheme It is one of the leading schemes of the government. Providing milk at the time of prayer Main aim of the scheme is to remove the malnutrition in children. As per survey by Education department and Health department there was improvement, few months after the start of the scheme. 1818
  19. 19. No of Anganawadis 64000 No of Children 39,00,000 Fat content milk powder 15gms/student Expenditure/day Rs.2.85 per child Required milk powder 58,500 kgs per day No of Schools 51000 No of Children’s 65,00,000 Fat content milk powder 18gms/student Expenditure/day Rs.4.64 per child Required milk powder 1.17 lakh kgs per day 19 Total Expenditure of the scheme is Rs.115 Crore Total Expenditure of the scheme is Rs.313 Crore 19www.karnataka.gov.in
  20. 20. • This scheme was launched in October 2013. • The main purpose of this scheme is to provide the financial assistance for the backward women during marriage. • Beneficiary under this scheme is bound to get financial aid of Indian Rs. 50000 . 2020
  21. 21. • Initially plan was intended only for Muslim women, however government later extended the plan to other minorities like Christians, Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs and Parsis except Hindus • Eligibility Criteria : The age of bride should be 18 or more and the bride groom should be 21. • The annual income of the woman seeking the benefit should be less than Rs 1.5 lakh. 2121
  22. 22. Manaswini Launch : Launched in the year 2013 Features : • Unmarried, divorced, abandoned women of BPL families above 40 years and below 64 years of age are eligible for the benefit. • Financial aid of Rs.500/-per month to encourage independent living. • Financial aid of Rs.500/- will be directly transfer to their Bank account or Post office account. 2222
  23. 23. Aim : The main intention of the scheme is to provide a special package to rain fed farming community by financial assisting. Launch: It is launched during 2014-15. 2323
  24. 24. Provide financial assistance for farmers who come forward with project proposal of rainwater harvesting and water use efficiency. Packages are of two types: 1. With polyhouse 2. Without polyhouse In the package of with polyhouse, farmers having maximum expenditure of Rs. 26 lakhs are eligible to get 50 % subsidy. 2424
  25. 25. Providing 50% subsidy to all level of farmers in the society. In the package of without polyhouse the expenditure for horticultural crops is fixed to maximum Rs.2.30 lakhs and for agricultural crops of maximum upto Rs. 1.25 lakhs is fixed. In this scheme, SC/ST farmers have 90% subsidy and other farmers are entitled to get 80% subsidy. 2525
  26. 26. Aim : To encourage farmers to take up horticultural crops by providing subsidy to rain fed farmers. Launch : The scheme is launched during 2014-15 2626
  27. 27. under this scheme selects 105 talukas in which farmers growing different types of horticultural crops will be selected. Selected beneficiaries will get advantages like soil moisture testing, water storage tanks, to lift the water – diesel pump set , to flowing the water – water ponds. Subsidy : For SC/ST farmers 90% and for other farmers 80% subsidy is provided. If the polythene type horticulture system is followed then the subsidy is 50%. 2727
  28. 28. A mega scheme initiated during the later part of 2013-14, is an extension of the earlier Organic village/site programme to hobli level with few modifications in its implementation viz., developing good marketing linkages and market development to the organic produce of the state. The programme is being implemented in association with the NGOs selected for each taluk transparently through e-tendering. 2828
  29. 29. • Programme implemented in 571 hoblis of the state, bringing around 53,829 farmers under the perview of the programme in around 63,677 ha. • Programme implemented in association with the NGOs. • In the implementation area (100 ha), the beneficiary farmers are organized into an association and this association will be registered. 2929
  30. 30. Site Committee constituted comprising representatives from farmers associations, NGO representative and Department officer to prepare action plan for implementation of the Programme. District organic farming steering committee under the chairmanship of Joint director of Agriculture will approve action plans, inspection & monitoring. 3030
  31. 31. Various components carried out in each 100 ha block under Savayava Bhagya Yojane  Identification of the project area 100 ha contiguous block.  Bench Mark survey of Project area.  The farmers of the area organized to form association & registration of farmers’ groups.  Training, Capacity Building, Study Tours & Field days.  Publicity - Pamphlets, Folders, Posters, Wall Paintings, C.D, Exhibition, Booklets. 3131
  32. 32. • Green manure seeds, azolla pits, bio-digester units, Gober gas units. • Compost & Vermi Compost Units, cow urine pits, cement pits for preparation of liquid manure viz. panchagavya, jeevanmrutha etc. • Bio-fertilizers, organic manures, enriched manure, oil cakes etc. • Organic Seeds & Seedlings. • Perennial Fodder seeds & cuttings. • Pest & Disease management. Eg: Bio-pesticides, parasites, predators etc. 3232
  33. 33. Community Seed Bank, Community Library. Honey bee boxes & honey harvestors. Value addition, Processing, Packing,Marketing. Consumer Awareness programme. Photo Documentation. Internal Control System & Group Certification. Documentation of Traditional Practices, Success Stories. 3333
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  36. 36. Bhoochetana The goal of Bhoochetana is to make a difference in the lives of farmers in 24 districts of Karnataka, including the six districts covered under the Sujala-ICRISAT initiative, by increasing average crop productivity by 20% in four years. 36 36
  37. 37.  Go on mission mode – boost rain fed agriculture in Karnataka on a war footing together with partners. Bhoo Chetana in its first year decided to consolidate the gains of the Sujala- ICRISAT project in the six selected districts.  Adopt Integrated Genetic and Natural Resource Management approach that looks after the entire ‘seed to food’ chain.  Consortium approach – the project brings together Government of Karnataka departments, ICRISAT, state agricultural universities, organizations and farmers. 3737
  38. 38. • Target one or two major rain fed crops in the selected districts. • Identify high-yielding cultivars preferred by the farmers. • Establish participatory collaborative methods of action research on farms and conduct demonstration trials with farmers and other stakeholders. • Ensure timely availability of quality inputs. 3838
  39. 39. • Lead farmers to learn skills in agricultural activities. They would also train other farmers to increase crop production through better management of resources. • Assess soil health in the remaining 18 districts. • Establish seed and nutrient banks in villages. • Set up custom hiring centers, where farmers could rent farm implements. • Improve farmers expertise by organizing farmers days and video screenings, and distributing literature in local language. 3939
  40. 40. • The GKY started during 1996-1997. • State Government initiative to support small and marginal farmers. • Backward classes , Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Minorities. • The scheme has been classified as: a. Individual irrigation scheme b. Group / community irrigation scheme c. Lift Irrigation Scheme 4040
  41. 41. • Basic Objective- To provide Irrigation facilities to the small and marginal farmers. • The scheme originated as a loan scheme that provides farmer with a subsidized bore well and pump-set to irrigate their land and improve their agricultural productivity. • The scheme also provides another facility that if the selected farm is nearer to the perennial source of water (rivers) it utilizes this facility by lifting water through pipe lines. 4141
  42. 42. Eligibility They should be small or marginal farmer Permanent residents of Karnataka State. Should belong to the SC,ST,OBC and minority communities as defined in the Government Order. Should be holding a dry land. 4242
  43. 43. Sl No Scheme Name Budget allocation 1 Anna Bhagya Rs .4,424 Crore 2 Ksheera Bhagya Rs.2 Crore 3 Krishi Bhagya Rs. 500 Crore 4 Savayava Bhagya Rs.100 Crore 5 Bhoochetana Rs.110 Crore 6 Ganga Kalyana Yojana Rs.10 Crore 7 Shaadi Bhagya Rs.5 Crore 8 Manaswini Rs. 45 lakhs 43 43
  44. 44. 44 Case studies 44
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  46. 46. Raju et al.(2013) 46
  47. 47. 47 CASE STUDY - 2 Groundnut pod yield with improved management compared to farmers’ management in farmers’ fields across five districts of Karnataka during kharif 2010-11. Wani et al.(2012) 47 Across districts groundnut pod yield increases was between 33% and 49% when compared to groundnut pod yield from farmers’ management.
  48. 48. 48 Raju et al.(2011) 48 37 % 45.66 % 41.5 % 39 % Avg
  49. 49. Impact of Ganga Kalyana Scheme on cropping pattern of minority farmers in Karnataka: A Case Study of Chickmagalur District. Nizamuddin., 2014 4949
  50. 50. SI.NO Name of the Crop No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Single crop of similar nature 41 82 2 More than one crop of dissimilar in nature 07 14 3 Any Other Specify 02 04 Total 50 100 Crop grown before implementation of the Scheme Nizamuddin., 2014 50
  51. 51. Crop grown after the implementation of the Scheme SI.NO Name of the Crop No. of Respondents Percentage 1 More than one crop of similar nature 09 18 2 More than two crop of dissimilar in nature 38 76 3 Others 03 06 Total 50 100 Nizamuddin., 2014 51
  52. 52. 52 Conclusion 52 Welfare schemes are very important as far as development of an economy is concerned, because inclusive development is the main talking subject of the hour. In a state like Karnataka there is a need to take steps to tackle increasing population by way of improving standard of living, enhancing employment opportunities, providing better quality of life to citizens in order to achieve targeted economic growth and development.
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