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Forest Development Agengy
National Afforestation Plan
2006-13
Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary,
Chamrajangar
Extent – 526.955 Sq...
527 Sq Km
STRENGTHS OF FDA & NAP
Cauvery WL Sanctuary
Approved Management Plan & Prescriptions
Information Technology
Newly Recruite...
•Inadequate funds, lack of infrastructural support and lack of awareness
among the people about importance of conservation...
OPPORTUNITIES
Building Infrastructure –Supporting Staff Qtrs, Forest Guest Houses.
RIDF Rural Infrastructure Development F...
1. Hunting & Poaching of wild animals, Tuskers, leopards,
tigers
2. Cattle grazing, commercial cattle business
3. Fire haz...
Threat Mitigation Steps
10 New Anti Poaching Sheds under Operation
Carriage of sufficient Arms & Ammunition to combat the ...
• Conducting Workshops & Awareness Camps for Staff.
• Education and Awareness Camps for public & schools
• Nature Awarenes...
•Creation of water holes.
•Lantana Weed eradication programs.
•Augmentation of natural regeneration by ANR
•Planting of na...
• Problem of man and animal specially wild elephants conflict along
the boundary areas of the sanctuary abutting agricultu...
527 Sq Km
STEPS FOR MAN ANIMAL CONFLICT
MITIGATION
Elephant Crop Anti Depredation Camps :
4 Camps 5 Watchers each camp, Crackers, To...
State: Karnataka FDA: Cauvery Wildlife
district: Bangalore, Mandya & ChamarajanagarDiv: Cauvery Wildlife.
Physical : Area ...
Mixed Plantation of trees having MFP
and medical values 17100.00 17100.00
Admissible Rate
26765.00 21434.00
Advance works ...
Form 4 of 5 : Progress in the Thrust areas
Progress Report for the quarter ending :
31.03.2010
(Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs.
lak...
Sl.
No
Component
Unit/
km/H
a/No/
M3
Unit
cost
(In Rs)
Physica
l
(Extent
)
Plantatio
n
Financial (In Rs)
Soil &
Moisture
w...
Form 2 of 5 : Component wise Progress of NAP
Progress Report for the quarter ending : 31.03.2010 1st Phase
No. of FDA: Cau...
1. Name of Forest Development Agency : Cauvery Forest Development Agency
2. No. of JFMCs / VFCs/ EDCs and their meetings :...
10. Use of improved/new technology Brief (not more than 100
words) write up on each
:
(a) During nursery stage : 1. Good q...
Form 5 of 5 : Indicators of Social Progress (up to end of 31-03-2010)
(Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs. lakhs)
Sl. No. Name of the E...
Sl. No. Name of the EDC
1 2
Kanakapura Wildlife
Range
1 Soligeri
2 Sambapura
3 Sangam
4 Muthathi
5 Hulya hosadoddi
Hanur W...
Quarterly Progress Report of the National Afforestation Programme Scheme up to the end of March 2010.
Name of the Division...
Sl.No Component
Unit Cost
( Rs/ Ha)
Physical and Financial (in Rs) 2010-11
Physical and Financial (in Rs) 2011-12
Work Pro...
4
Bamboo Plantaion
A
Advance work
B
Creation
C
Maintenance
a) 1st year
b) 2nd year
c) 3rd year
Sub Total
5
Mixed plantatio...
6
Soil and Moisture
conservation(15% of
plantation)
121000-00 121000-00 121000-00 121000-00
7 Entry Point Activities 20000...
Developmental Projects
Approved from Govt Of
India
Project Cost = Rs 1 Cr
10 Tents = Rs 41 L
Dormitory = Rs 8 L
Store Room...
The Ladybird Beetle
Jungle Camps &
Mystery Trails
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
Erkam Valley Mystery Trails
2008-10
Gopinatham
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
Ventilation, Bedroom, Living
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
Platform for ladybird
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
Close up of ventilation
© 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
The entry point
Hoganekal Falls TN Border
Hoganekal Eco Tourism
Karnataka Tamilnadu Cross Border Issue
Basic Infrastructure
Public Convinience Rs 20 L
Toilet, Bathr...
Budgetary Plan
Adequate budgetary support is of utmost importance for the success of the
management plan. All activities a...
Repair and maintenance
•Roads, Bridges, Culverts.
•Buildings and watch towers, checking gates.
•Vehicles.
•Wireless sets.
...
Eco-Tourism activities
•Creation of infrastructure.
•Development of Interpretation centre and orientation center.
•Develop...
Requirement of additional vehicles
• The existing number of vehicles is minimal when compare to the vast, rugged forest
ar...
•Total length of the patrolling roads
inside the sanctuary = 200.70 kms.
PATROLLING PATHS
STRENGTHENING OF WIRELESS NETWOR...
PUBLICITY AND PUBLIC RELATION
• Publicity material to create awareness among school children, tourists and general
public ...
PLANTING
• Rigid protection to be given to the root stock of indigenous tree
species in the fringe areas affected by bioti...
MAINTENANCE OF WATERHOLES
•Mostly seasonal waterholes in the sanctuary
other than the perennial river Cauvery.
•More numbe...
Sl.
No
.
Name of the sanctioned posts
No. of
posts
Sanctione
d
No. of posts
filled up
Vacant as on
31-12-07
Requirement/Al...
Office Set Up Reshuffling
Good Governance & Efficient Administration require periodic
shuffle
Reshuffling of Ministerial S...
The protected area and the interface land use situation
The existing situation in the zone of influence
• Eight enclosure ...
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  1. 1. Forest Development Agengy National Afforestation Plan 2006-13 Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, Chamrajangar Extent – 526.955 Sq. Kms Notified dated : 14-01-1987 A K Singh IFS DCF WL Kollegal
  2. 2. 527 Sq Km
  3. 3. STRENGTHS OF FDA & NAP Cauvery WL Sanctuary Approved Management Plan & Prescriptions Information Technology Newly Recruited Foresters & Forest Guards & Forest Watchers Young Energetic, Enthusiastic Forest Force, Newly Employed Tiger Task Force Arms, Ammunition & Weapons Forensic Science Knowledge Eco Development Committee Presidents & Members Jungle Lodges & Resorts, Private Resorts on boundaries Available Scientific Research Study Publications Wild animals Census & Population Density Data Solar Power, NREGS-SMC Works & Lantana removals etc Fringe Area Young Energetic Unemployed Working Force Degraded Forest Lands requiring replenishment Fringe Area Revenue Villages-Afforestation, Fodder Develop
  4. 4. •Inadequate funds, lack of infrastructural support and lack of awareness among the people about importance of conservation of wildlife. • Enormous biotic pressure over the Sanctuary area by the human and cattle population in 8 enclosure villages and 37 villages with in 5 kms radius of the sanctuary. • The sanctuary area being highly undulating and desiccating during summer fire plays havoc which makes it impossible to fight forest fires. • Many places of worship located inside the sanctuary drawing hundreds of pilgrims makes the local administration helpless to have a check on their movement within the sanctuary. • Lack of adequate staff and motor able roads in the undulating area is a big hindrance with regard to protection of the wildlife. WEAKNESS
  5. 5. OPPORTUNITIES Building Infrastructure –Supporting Staff Qtrs, Forest Guest Houses. RIDF Rural Infrastructure Development Fund Information Technology Wireless, Telecommunication, Information Networking, Intelligence Gathering, Collection of Information GIS, Geographical Information System, GPS Global Positioning System Remote Sensing Satellite Images Raster & Vector Landsat Images, Digital Elevation Modelling, GIS Software –Arc-View, Arc-Info, Arc-GIS ESRI Prouducts. NREGA- Employment for Anti-Crop Depradation, Protection Duty, Protection Camp Development, Soil & Moisture Conservation, Water Harvesting Structure, Nursery Development, Watershed Development
  6. 6. 1. Hunting & Poaching of wild animals, Tuskers, leopards, tigers 2. Cattle grazing, commercial cattle business 3. Fire hazards during summer months. 4. Encroachment of Forest lands Almabadi & Dantalli 5. Smuggling of Timber and Firewood across TN borders 6. Man and animal conflict at Conflict Zones 7. Lack of Perennial waterholes 8. Soil Erosion & Need of Water Harvesting Structures 9. Unregulated tourism at Hoganekal TN Borders 10. Disease and pests THREATS
  7. 7. Threat Mitigation Steps 10 New Anti Poaching Sheds under Operation Carriage of sufficient Arms & Ammunition to combat the poachers & hunters. Regular Weapon upkeep and maintenance Weapon Training to the Foresters & Forests Guards Infrastructure development of the Protection Camps Massive Perambulation & Cross Borders co ordination with TN Forests/Police Tele-Communication and Information Networking across the borders Intelligence Gathering and Information Collections from Informants across TN Borders Detection of FOC & Wild Life Crimes from different areas Regular Boundary Perambulation by Forest Guards and Protection Camps along with GPS and GPS Report Plotting on Arc Info Maps.
  8. 8. • Conducting Workshops & Awareness Camps for Staff. • Education and Awareness Camps for public & schools • Nature Awareness Camps • Elephant Days • Maintenance of Patrol Paths, Inspection Roads • Fire Control • Vaccination • Crop Compensation • NREGA-Soil & Moisture Conservation Works, Weed Removal • Habitat improvement-Firelines, Water Holes, Seed dibbling • Solar Fencing at Indignatha, EPT at Padsalanatha Threat Mitigation Steps
  9. 9. •Creation of water holes. •Lantana Weed eradication programs. •Augmentation of natural regeneration by ANR •Planting of native species in the degraded lands ANR •Soil and moisture conservation. •Water Harvesting Structure like Check Dams •Desilting of Water Tanks, check dams etc •Restricting Minor Forest Produce withdrawals Micro-plan work shop, writing and documentation. Workshops and training. Compensation for crop depredation, attack on livestock and Human beings. Habitat improvement works Eco- Developmental Activities
  10. 10. • Problem of man and animal specially wild elephants conflict along the boundary areas of the sanctuary abutting agricultural fields. • Maintenance of the existing elephant proof trench and formation of elephant proof trench on the remaining stretch of the sanctuary. • Improving source of water availability and fodder within the sanctuary. • Timely payment of compensation to the farmers & victim families. • By arranging scaring teams and providing crackers to farmers to scare away the crop raiding wild animals. • Propaganda and publicity regarding the importance of wildlife MAN AND ANIMAL CONFLICT
  11. 11. 527 Sq Km
  12. 12. STEPS FOR MAN ANIMAL CONFLICT MITIGATION Elephant Crop Anti Depredation Camps : 4 Camps 5 Watchers each camp, Crackers, Torch, Fire burning, EPT covering during night 6 PM to 6 AM one gun staff Hanur Wild Life Range :Chikkailur, Ganigmanagala, Kallidoddi, Beerota Cowdaahlli Wild Life Range : 2 Camps at Dantalli, Arabagere, Changadi, Ponachi, Asthur Kanakapura Wild Life Range : Soligere, Madivala, Kolkote MM Hills : Gopinatham, Indignatha-Padsalnatha, Ponachi EPT maintenance and fresh EPT constructions at Padsalnatha Solar Fencing of Indignatha Awareness Camps Elephant Days Celebration Wild Life Week Celebration
  13. 13. State: Karnataka FDA: Cauvery Wildlife district: Bangalore, Mandya & ChamarajanagarDiv: Cauvery Wildlife. Physical : Area in ha. Financial : Rs. In lakh Appd Wage Rates 2009-10 2008-09 Total Req. Rs. 117.39 Rs. 94.01 Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 Aided natural Regeneration 9750.00 9750.00 Admissible Rate 15261.00 12221.00 a) Advance works 4030.00 3400.00 200.00 8.06 8.06 b) Creation 5458.00 4500.00 350.00 15.75 15.75 c) Maintenance I year 2303.00 1700.00 350.00 6.44 6.44 II year 1842.00 1400.00 200.00 2.80 2.80 III year 626.00 500.00 200.00 1.25 1.25 IV year 516.00 370.00 V year 484.00 350.00 Sub total 15259.00 12220.00 0.00 8.06 550.00 7.69 550.00 18.55 34.30 2 Artificial Regeneration 17100.00 17100.00 Admissible Rate 26765.00 21434.00 a) Advance works 9442.00 7600.00 b) Creation 10039.00 8100.00 c) Maintenance I year 3800.00 3000.00 II year 2411.00 1900.00 100.00 1.90 1.90 III year 586.00 450.00 100.00 0.59 0.59 IV year 320.00 250.00 V year 165.00 132.00 Sub total 26763.00 21432.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.59 100.00 1.90 2.49 3 Silvipasture 11100.00 11100.00 Admissible Rate 17374.00 13913.00 a) Advance works 5182.00 4230.00 b) Creation 6342.00 5000.00 c) Maintenance I year 2624.00 2000.00 II year 2113.00 1800.00 100.00 1.80 1.80 III year 626.00 500.00 100.00 0.63 0.63 IV year 320.00 250.00 V year 165.00 135.00 Sub total 17372.00 13912.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.63 100.00 1.80 2.43 4 Bamboo Plantation 9300.00 9300.00 Admissible Rate 14556.00 11657.00 a) Advance works 3973.00 3232.00 b) Creation 5124.00 4100.00 c) Maintenance I year 3109.00 2400.00 II year 1434.00 1190.00 100.00 1.19 1.19 III year 390.00 313.00 100.00 0.39 0.39 IV year 351.00 281.00 V year 175.00 140.00 Sub total 14556.00 11656.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.39 100.00 1.19 1.58 5 Mixed Plantation of trees having MFP and medical values 17100.00 17100.00 Admissible Rate 26765.00 21434.00 a) Advance works 9442.00 7600.00 b) Creation 10039.00 8100.00 c) Maintenance I year 3800.00 3000.00 100.00 1.90 1.90 II year 2411.00 1900.00 100.00 0.59 0.59 III year 586.00 450.00 Approved Work Programme for 2009-10. Central Sector "National Afforestation Programme" (NAP) Maint. Of Plant 2009-10 Creation & Maint. OfSl. No Item of Work Work programme
  14. 14. Mixed Plantation of trees having MFP and medical values 17100.00 17100.00 Admissible Rate 26765.00 21434.00 Advance works 9442.00 7600.00 Creation 10039.00 8100.00 Maintenance I year 3800.00 3000.00 100.00 1.90 1.90 II year 2411.00 1900.00 100.00 0.59 0.59 III year 586.00 450.00 IV year 320.00 250.00 V year 165.00 132.00 Sub total 26763.00 21432.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.59 100.00 1.90 2.49 Total of works 0.00 8.06 950.00 9.89 950.00 25.34 43.29 Soil & Moisture conservation (15% of plantation cost) 1.21 1.21 Entry point activities 2.00 2.00 Awareness raising (1% of plantation cost) 0.08 0.08 Microplanning (2% of plantation cost) 0.16 0.16 Fencing (up to 5 % of plantation cost) 0.40 0.40 Monitoring & Evolution (2%) 0.16 0.16 Overheads (10% of plantation cost) 0.81 0.81 Balance of 2007-08 14.69 14.69 Total AW 200.00 27.57 950.00 9.89 350.00 25.34 62.80 Adjusted interest earned 1.21 Grand Total 61.59
  15. 15. Form 4 of 5 : Progress in the Thrust areas Progress Report for the quarter ending : 31.03.2010 (Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs. lakhs) Sl. No. Name of the FDA Physical Progress (Ha.) 2006-07 Upto Mar 2010. Financial Progress (Rs. in lakhs) 2006-07 Upto Mar 2010 Target Achievement Target Achievement ANR AR Silvi Bam boo Mixe d pln ANR AR Silvi Bam boo Mixe d pln ANR AR Silvi Bam boo Mixe d pln ANR AR Silvi Bam boo Mixe d pln 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1 Cauvery Forest Development Agency 550 100 100 100 100 550 100 100 100 100 22.42 10.1 6.03 5.25 9.99 23.14 2.20 1.27 0.60 0.60 13.086 (09-10)
  16. 16. Sl. No Component Unit/ km/H a/No/ M3 Unit cost (In Rs) Physica l (Extent ) Plantatio n Financial (In Rs) Soil & Moisture work Fencing Entry Point Activities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 Hanur Wildl life Range 1.Ganigamangala EDC Ha 4030- 00 70 Ha 282100-00 42350-00 14000-00 70000-00 2 Cowdalli Wild life Range 1. Changadi EDC Ha 4030- 00 45 Ha 181350-00 27225-00 9000-00 45000 3 M.M.Hills Wild life Range 1.Gopinatha Ha 4030- 00 45 Ha 181350-00 27225-00 9000-00 45000 4 Kanakapura WildLife Range 1. Hoolya hosadoddi Ha 4030- 00 40 Ha 161200-00 24200-00 8000-00 40000-00 Total 200 Ha 806000-00 121000-00 40000-00 200000-00 ACTION PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2009-10 UNDER FDA Advance Work for Aided Natural Regeneration under FDA During 2009-10 FDA: CAUVERY WILD LIFE District: Ramanagara, Mandya, Chamarajanagara Division: Cauvery Wildlife Division,Kollegal. Circle: Chamarajanagara.
  17. 17. Form 2 of 5 : Component wise Progress of NAP Progress Report for the quarter ending : 31.03.2010 1st Phase No. of FDA: Cauvery Development Agency, Kollegal (Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs. lakhs) Sl. No. Components Physical Progress (Ha.) (2009-10) Financial progress (Rs. in lakhs) Target (In Ha.) Achievement Mainten ance Advanc e Mainten ance % Advance works % Creation of Plantatio n. % Outlay Release including interest Utilization % Utilizatio n 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 ANR 550 200 550 100% 200 100% - - 35.92 50.65 13.09 26% 2 Art. Regn. 100 100 100% - - - - 2.49 3 Silvi Pasture Dev. 100 - 100 100% - - - - 2.43 4 Bamboo Plantation 100 - 100 100% - - - - 1.58 5 Mxd. Plant 100 100 100% - - - - 2.49 6 SMC 1.21 7 Awareness Raising 0.08 8 Micro-Planning 0.16 9 Fencing 0.40 10 Monitoring & Evaluation 0.16 11 Entry Point Activities 2.00 12 Overheads 0.81 13 Pending payment for the works done during 2007-08. 14.69 14 Balance in previous release. 0.00 15 Bank Interest accrued during 2007- 08 and 2009-10. 0.64 Total 950 200 950 200 0 65.06 50.65 13.09 26%
  18. 18. 1. Name of Forest Development Agency : Cauvery Forest Development Agency 2. No. of JFMCs / VFCs/ EDCs and their meetings : 17 EDCs Regularly meetings have been conducted every month 3. Level of People’s participation : i. Planning : Satisfactory ii. Implementation : Good iii. Protection : Satisfactory 4. Micro-Plan : Yes Basic data to include : i. Location Map of JFMCs/VFCs : Maps have been included in micro plan. ii. No. of Families : 2081 families iii. Population Statistics (SC/ST and others) : 2167 Nos. 5. Protection mechanism as per micro-plan (summarize in one paragraph) : Providing brushwood fencing around the plantation and engaging watch and ward to protect plantation from cattle and creation of fire lines in the plantation area protecting from fire hazards, EDC is also involved in protection activities. 6. Entry-point activities : a. Nature of activities : Providing flour mills, generators, utensils making foot mats, purchase of shamiyana, furniture, mike sets etc., b. Number of Beneficiaries : All the EDC members Total SC ST Others Woman beneficiaries 7. Awareness raising campaign : By conducting frequent village level meetings 8. Record management : Please indicate whether the following are maintained, and by whom : (a) Nursery Journal : Yes, maintaining by RFO (b) journal : Yes, maintaining by RFO (c) Harvest Record : Yes, maintaining by RFO (d) usufruct sharing record : -- (e) FMC/VFC meeting record : Yes, maintaining by Forester (Secretary) (f) Village Funds account book : Yes, maintaining by Forester (Secretary) (g) Any other (please specify) : Resolution book in forester level. 9. Training : (a) Staff : During 2007-08, 3 meeting have been conducted on 23-5-2007, 17-1-2008, 27-2-2008 and 30-08-2008 All the EDCs Secretaries, Presidents and forest officers and front line staff were participated in the work shop. The work shop was conducted and discussed about activities of EDCs and maintenance of EDC accounts etc., Number of Programme organized : Number Trained : Subjects covered : (b) Community : Number of Programme organized : Number Trained : Subjects covered : (c) organizations involved in conducting training : ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT (To be submitted with Report for Quarter ending 31st March - 2010) Year: 2009-10
  19. 19. 10. Use of improved/new technology Brief (not more than 100 words) write up on each : (a) During nursery stage : 1. Good quality seeds from known source or plus tree are used for raising nursery. 2. Proper seed treatment is being done before sowing in the nursing. (b) During pre-planting and planting stages : 1. Good site selection is being done. 2. Healthy taller polythene bagged seedlings are planted. 3. Before planting polythene bagged seedlings have been dipped in Heptachlore/ Aldrin solution to avoid termite attack. 11 Monitoring and Evaluation : (a) Agency : Institute of wood science and technology (b) Results/findings in brief (100 words) : Evaluation carried out, report awaited (c) Corrective action taken / proposed with time frame : After receiving the evaluation report action will be taken 12. Financial progress : (a) Outlay for the year : 69.69 (b) Funds received : 55.00 (c) Funds utilized : 56.48 13. Reasons for shortfall in Physical Targets (if any ) : N.A
  20. 20. Form 5 of 5 : Indicators of Social Progress (up to end of 31-03-2010) (Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs. lakhs) Sl. No. Name of the EDC No. of households in project villages No. of households directly benefiting From EPA activities From silvicultural works From wages Total SC ST* women Total SC ST* women Total SC ST* women Total SC ST* women 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Kanakap ura Wildlife Range 1 Soligeri 27 8 15 63 27 8 15 63 21 8 15 63 20 8 15 50 2 Sambapura 20 8 2 27 20 8 2 21 18 8 2 21 18 8 2 28 3 Sangam 80 10 30 90 80 10 30 90 60 10 30 90 70 9 25 62 4 Muthathi 68 5 25 160 68 5 25 160 52 5 25 160 52 5 22 132 5 Hulya hosadoddi 120 8 105 190 120 8 105 190 108 8 105 190 108 8 98 148 Hanur Wildlife Range 6 Rachappajinagar 87 12 68 177 87 12 68 177 75 12 68 177 80 12 65 150 7 Ganigamangala 150 3 80 271 150 3 80 271 130 3 80 271 135 3 75 245 8 Kallidoddi 150 15 90 271 150 15 90 271 135 15 90 271 140 15 82 250 9 Pushpapura 114 4 4 255 114 4 4 255 93 4 4 255 105 4 3 232 Cowdall y Wildlife Range 10 Arabagere 120 18 4 320 120 78 4 320 96 18 4 320 92 18 4 280 11 Changadi 110 4 10 271 110 4 10 271 88 4 10 271 80 4 8 250 12 Asthur 280 50 30 412 280 280 50 30 210 45 28 412 150 45 28 380 M.M.Hills Wildlife Range 13Gopinatham 170 50 50 339 170 50 50 339 110 40 45 110 100 40 35 120 14Pudur 162 20 40 375 162 20 40 375 106 15 35 120 100 12 30 132 15Padasalanatha 42 4 10 92 42 4 10 92 30 4 10 30 28 4 10 34 16Nagamale 41 - 10 93 41 - 10 93 35 - 10 30 30 - 10 35 17Indiganatha 110 - 20 312 110 - 20 312 90 - 18 110 80 - 15 115
  21. 21. Sl. No. Name of the EDC 1 2 Kanakapura Wildlife Range 1 Soligeri 2 Sambapura 3 Sangam 4 Muthathi 5 Hulya hosadoddi Hanur Wildlife Range 6 Rachappajinagar 7 Ganigamangala 8 Kallidoddi 9 Pushpapura Cowdally Wildlife Range 10 Arabagere 11 Changadi 12 Asthur M.M.Hills Wildlife Range 13Gopinatham 14Pudur 15Padasalanatha 16Nagamale 17Indiganatha Name of EDC list In Cauvery Wild life Division, Kollegal
  22. 22. Quarterly Progress Report of the National Afforestation Programme Scheme up to the end of March 2010. Name of the Division : Cauvery Wild Life Division, Kollegal Progress Report for the quarter ending : 31.03.2010 Form 1 of 5 : Overall Progress of NAP Name of the Division: Cauvery Wildlife Division, Kollegal (Phy. in Ha. Fin in Rs. lakhs) Sl. No. Period of Project No. of EDCs Total outlay 2007-08 2009-10 (in lakhs) Total Physical Target 2006-07 to 2009-10 (In Ha.) Physical achievement 2006- 07 to 2009-10 (in ha.) % Physical achievement 2006- 07 to 2009-10 (with reference to col 6.) Amount released till Date:2006-07- 2009-10 (including bank Interest) (Rs.lakhs) Amount utilized 2006-07 to 2009- 10 (Rs.in lakhs) % financial achievement (with reference to col.9) Total labour days generated (No.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2006-07 to 2009- 10 17 69.69 64.42 Advance works 200 200 100.00% 56.48 50.00 56.48 13.09 100% 26% 59770 14745 Raising 950 950 100.00%
  23. 23. Sl.No Component Unit Cost ( Rs/ Ha) Physical and Financial (in Rs) 2010-11 Physical and Financial (in Rs) 2011-12 Work Programme Creation and Maintenance of Plantations of 2009-10 Maintenance of Plantations in 2010-11 Total Work Programme Creation and Maintenance of Plantations of 2010-11 Maintenance of Plantations in 2011-12 Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) Physical (in Ha) Financial (in Rs) 1 Aided Natural Regeneration A Advance work 4030.00 200 806000-00 - - 806000-00 200 806000-00 - - 806000-00 B Creation 4500.00 - 200 900000.00 - 900000.00 200 900000.00 - 900000.00 C Maintenance a) 1st year 2303.00 b) 2nd year 1400.00 200 280000.00 280000-00 c) 3rd year 626.00 - - 350 219100.00 219100.00 Sub Total 200 806000-00 200 900000.00 350 219100.00 1925100.00 200 806000.00 200 900000.00 200 280000.00 1986000.00 2 Artificial Regeneration A Advance work B Creation C Maintenance a) 1st year b) 2nd year c) 3rd year Sub Total 3 Silvipasture A Advance work B Creation C Maintenance a) 1st year b) 2nd year c) 3rd year Sub Total PROPOSED ACTION PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2010-11, 2011-12 Central Sector Scheme “National Afforestation Programme” (NAP) FDA: CAUVERY WILD LIFE District: Ramanagara, Mandya, Chamarajanagara Division: Cauvery Wildlife Division, Kollegal. Circle: Chamarajanagara.
  24. 24. 4 Bamboo Plantaion A Advance work B Creation C Maintenance a) 1st year b) 2nd year c) 3rd year Sub Total 5 Mixed plantation of trees having MFP and medicinal values A Advance work B Creation C Maintenance a) 1st year b) 2nd year c) 3rd year Sub Total Total Works 200 806000-00 200 900000.00 350 219100.00 1925100.00 200 806000.00 200 900000.00 200 280000.00 1986000.00
  25. 25. 6 Soil and Moisture conservation(15% of plantation) 121000-00 121000-00 121000-00 121000-00 7 Entry Point Activities 200000-00 200000-00 200000-00 200000-00 8 Awareness Raising(1% of plantation cost) 8000-00 8000-00 8000-00 8000-00 9 Microplanning (2% of plantation cost) 16000-00 16000-00 16000-00 16000-00 10 Fencing(upto 5% of plantation cost) 40000-00 40000-00 40000-00 40000-00 11 Monitoring and Evaluation (2%) 16000-00 16000-00 16000-00 16000-00 12 Overheads(10% of plantation cost) 81000-00 81000-00 81000-00 81000-00 Total 200 1288000-00 200 900000-00 350 219100.00 2407100-00 200 1288000.00 200 900000.00 200 280000.00 2468000.00 14 Adjusted interest earned 109000-00 - GRAND TOTAL 2516100-00 2468000.00
  26. 26. Developmental Projects Approved from Govt Of India Project Cost = Rs 1 Cr 10 Tents = Rs 41 L Dormitory = Rs 8 L Store Room = Rs 4 L Gol Ghar = Rs 5 L Forest IB = Rs 5 L Reception = Rs 4 L Children Park =Rs 4 L Car Parking =Rs 3 L Kitchen = Rs 5L Articles = Rs 20 L Total Cost = Rs 1 Cr
  27. 27. The Ladybird Beetle Jungle Camps & Mystery Trails
  28. 28. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd. Erkam Valley Mystery Trails 2008-10 Gopinatham
  29. 29. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd. Ventilation, Bedroom, Living
  30. 30. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
  31. 31. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
  32. 32. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd.
  33. 33. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd. Platform for ladybird
  34. 34. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd. Close up of ventilation
  35. 35. © 2007 Adventure Products & Services Pvt. Ltd. The entry point
  36. 36. Hoganekal Falls TN Border
  37. 37. Hoganekal Eco Tourism Karnataka Tamilnadu Cross Border Issue Basic Infrastructure Public Convinience Rs 20 L Toilet, Bathroom, Changing Rooms Drinking Water Facility Parking Stand Rs 5 L Resting Place with chairs Rs 3 L Paragola Resting Place Rs 2 L Canteen Rs 15L Steps & Plateform Rs 10 L Watch Tower Rs 10 L Interpretation Centre Rs 10 L Fencing of Tourism Area Rs 20 L Signage Boards Education/Awareness Rs 3 L Trekking Trails Rs 2 L Total Rs100 Lakhs
  38. 38. Budgetary Plan Adequate budgetary support is of utmost importance for the success of the management plan. All activities are solely dependent on the availability of funds for execution of various works proposed in the plan. Hence, the plan budget prepared here would try to incorporate provisions for all the strategies of proposed management and related activities. •Pay and allowances for existing staff. •Pay and allowances for proposed staff. •Wages for existing staff. •Wages for proposed staff. •TA for existing staff. •TA for Proposed staff. •Office expenditure. •Rent, rates, and Taxes •Motor vehicles. •Other Expenses.
  39. 39. Repair and maintenance •Roads, Bridges, Culverts. •Buildings and watch towers, checking gates. •Vehicles. •Wireless sets. •Other equipments. •Water holes. •Fire lines. Protection activities •Purchase of vehicles. •Purchase of Mobile sets. •Demarcation of boundary of sanctuary. •Rewards and incentives. •Secret service fund. •Procurement of weapons and ammunition. •Supply of uniforms & Accoutrements. •Supply of ration to anti poaching camps. •Construction of buildings. •Other expenses.
  40. 40. Eco-Tourism activities •Creation of infrastructure. •Development of Interpretation centre and orientation center. •Development and maintenance of Signage's and wayside exhibits. •Publications of brochures. •Salary for nature guides. •Other expenses. Research, Monitoring and training •Establishment of Research centre. •Purchase of equipments. •Census operations. •Trainings and work shops. •Maintenance and Development of infrastructure. •Other miscellaneous expenditures.
  41. 41. Requirement of additional vehicles • The existing number of vehicles is minimal when compare to the vast, rugged forest area of the sanctuary. The existing old vehicles shall be replaced with new ones and also provided with additional vehicles like four wheel drive jeeps. Sl. No. Designation Existing vehicle (in Nos) Required vehicles Jeeps Motor bikes 1. Deputy Conservator of Forests 1 - - 2. Assistant conservator of Forests Kanakapura WL sub Division - 1 - 3. Assistant conservator of Forests M.M.Hills WL sub Division 1 - - 4. RFO WL Kanakapura 1 - 2 5. RFO WL Hanur - 1 2 6. RFO WL Cowdally 1 - 2 7. RFO WL M.M.Hills 1 - 2 8. RFO WL Alambadi - 1 1 Total 05 03 09
  42. 42. •Total length of the patrolling roads inside the sanctuary = 200.70 kms. PATROLLING PATHS STRENGTHENING OF WIRELESS NETWORKS • No of static wireless stations = 6. • Repeaters station = 1 (at Soligere). • Mobile Wireless sets = 5 Nos. (fitted to the Jeeps). • Walkie-Talkies = 30 Nos. FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION • 0.315 rifles = 11 Nos. • Revolver = 1 No. • Slide action 12 bore guns = 6 Nos. • 12 bore guns = 11 Nos
  43. 43. PUBLICITY AND PUBLIC RELATION • Publicity material to create awareness among school children, tourists and general public on conservation of wildlife. FIRE CONTROL • Control of Forest fire, a very difficult task because of the highly undulating terrain and thick under growth of grass. • Maintenance of existing fire lines by clearing and early burning before the last week of december. • Employing adequate number of fire watchers in the first week of January. CONTROL OF ILLEGAL REMOVAL OF FOREST PRODUCE: • Stray cases of illegal removal of timber and fuel wood noticed • Collection of NTFP not allowed. TRANS BOUNDARY PROBLEMS: • Scope for smugglers and poachers to operate across the interstate boundary of Tamilanadu. • Frequent meetings with officers from both the states required.
  44. 44. PLANTING • Rigid protection to be given to the root stock of indigenous tree species in the fringe areas affected by biotic interference. • Planting of seedlings not recommended as survival percentage is less because of shallow rocky soil and root competition IMPROVING LANTANA INFESTED AREAS • Lantana infested areas to be taken up in phased manner for judicious removal of lantana to create gaps for the growth of grass and other indigenous species. Habitat improvement:
  45. 45. MAINTENANCE OF WATERHOLES •Mostly seasonal waterholes in the sanctuary other than the perennial river Cauvery. •More number of waterholes to be created for well distribution of wild animals. •Desalting of existing waterholes required for time to time before the on set of monsoon. MAINTENANCE OF SALTLICKS • Inadequate existing Saltlicks. • More number of saltlicks required to replenish the salt requirement of the wild animals. • Annual maintenance of saltlicks required.
  46. 46. Sl. No . Name of the sanctioned posts No. of posts Sanctione d No. of posts filled up Vacant as on 31-12-07 Requirement/Alrea dy operating 1. Deputy Conservator of Forests 1 1 0 0 2. Assistant conservator of Forests 1 1 0 1 3. Range Forest officer 4 4 0 1 4. Forester 5 5 0 4 5. Forest Guard 16 09 07 30 6. Forest watcher 09 06 03 74 7. Supernumerary 09 09 0 0 8. Second division surveyor 01 0 1 1 1. Superintendent 1 1 0 1 2. First Division Assistant 1 1 0 1 3. Second Division Assistant 3 2 1 6 4. Peon 1 1 0 7 5. Diver 0 0 0 8 6. Meti 0 0 0 3 7. Cleaner 0 0 0 5 8. Computer Operator 0 0 0 8 9. Night watchman 0 0 0 8 10 . Wireless operator 0 0 0 8 TOTAL 52 40 12 166 The existing staff position and requirement of additional staff
  47. 47. Office Set Up Reshuffling Good Governance & Efficient Administration require periodic shuffle Reshuffling of Ministerial Staff improves Administration Shifting within Forest Circle Deputation within Forest Circle Transfer from another Forest Circle Mutually agreeable staff shuffling District Transfer Committee Regular Shifting, shuffling, New working environment Good Working Culture
  48. 48. The protected area and the interface land use situation The existing situation in the zone of influence • Eight enclosure villages inside the Sanctuary. • 30 villages are with in 5kms radius of the Sanctuary. • Human population in enclosure and surrounding villages with in 5 kms of radius of the sanctuary is estimated as 35000. • cattle population enclosure and surrounding villages. Is estimated 39000. • The local population is mainly dependent on agriculture. Hence immense biotic pressure over the sanctuary for small timber and fire wood and for grazing their cattle in the sanctuary. Enclosure villages inside sanctuary Sl. No. Name of the range Enclosure villages 1. Kanakapura Wildlife Range Muthathi, Madiwala 2. Cowdally Wildlife Range Dantally 3. M.M.Hills Wildlife Range Nagamalai, Bejjalane, Panchalane, Indiganatha, Padasalanatha Total No. of Villages inside sanctuary are – 8 Nos.

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