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BIDAR                                GULBARGA                   BIJAPUR               BAGALKOT        RAICHUR   BELGAUM   ...
• Area                 : 8440 Sq.Kms• Villages             : 1063• Taluks               : 06• ULBs                 : 06• P...
(i)     Solid Waste Management(ii)    Biomedical Waste Management(iii)   Tanks, Underground Water Management and Restorati...
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Area Extent ofSl.                                 Survey                            Total Quantity of Solid         Name o...
•   As per samples collected in September 2011, the Respiratory    Suspended    Particle   Matter   (RSPM)       was   bel...
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• Has been developed in Chitradurga CMC under KMRP Project.• Estimated Cost is Rs. 1.40 Crores.• Proposal for inviting ten...
HDPE LinerBund Formation    (High Density Poly Ethylene) Filter Media    Leachet Treatment Tank                           ...
•   All ULBs have banned usage of Plastic Bags below 40 microns.•   Inspections are carried out regularly with Pollution C...
• Door to Door Collection is being undertaken in the ULBs as follows:      o CMC, Chitradurga :18 of 35 Wards (52% Covered...
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Sl.    Name Of                           Door –Door Collection                                                            ...
• Safe gears, hand glows, boots,  caps, masks etc.• Uniforms, jacket reflectors and  rain coats.• Free bi-annual medical  ...
Rs. in Crores                                    Sewage      Capacity of STP  Details of                      Present     ...
• In Chitradurga, land of 5.00 Acres identified and handed over to CMC.• Negotiations with Karnataka Sheep and Wool Corpor...
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Bio Medical Waste Disposal Status                             BMW Qty        Handling over   Deep Burial &S.No   Type of H...
Bio Medical Waste Management Information                                               Progress on Bio Medical Waste Handl...
Taluk Level Community           PrimaryS.No          Description            Dist. Hospital                                ...
District Hospital, Chtiradurga                                                       CENTRAL                              ...
Bommagondana Kere (B G Kere) P H CLiquid Disinfection Unit            Deep Burial Pit             Sharp Pit               ...
Solid BMW                                  Liquid BMW                        No. of    Type of HCE                  Handed...
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o No. of Villages                                : 1063o No. of Habitations (in addition to Villages)   : 687o No. of Rive...
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• Major drainage system falls under Krishna River Basin.• Vedavathi, Tungabhadra, and Suvarnamukhi are the major rivers.• ...
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No. of Samples                                                          Fluoride Affected         No. of No. of No. of    ...
Total No. of Tanks in District                     : 300• Tanks covered under JSYS                         : 98• Tanks cov...
• All 96 tanks are under implementation stage.• Of the total cost of Rs. 27.42 Crores, Rs. 15.95 Crores have been spent.• ...
Silt Demonstration in Banjigere TankFodder Crop Development Demonstration (FDD) In Chikkaemmiganuru Tank                  ...
Finger Lings Seeding Raring in Fish Pond   Fish Harvesting in Mallapura Tank       40
• No. of Tanks included       : 90• Implementing Agencies Panchayat Raj Engineering Division and  Minor Irrigation Departm...
Kamasmudra Tank (Feeder Channel)Katamdevarakote Tank (Embankment)   42
• Govt. Of India Scheme taken up by Minor Irrigation  Department to Repair, Rejuvenation and Restoration of tanks.• Total ...
Sultanipura Tank (Desilting)Sirigere Tank (Bund Improvement)   44
Watershed Development program  The total geographical area 7.707 Lakh ha. has been demarcated in to   203 sub-watershed a...
Sujala – II and IWMP  Under Prime Minister relief package (Sujala-II) the area   sanctioned for treatment is 0.216 ha. fo...
Major Components of Sujala-II & IWMP•   Improve the productive potentials of selected watershed and    their associated na...
Ongoing ProjectsSujala – II (RIDF) Programme                                                              In Ha.      Sl. ...
Photographs of Sujala Works        Gram Sabha            Trench cum Bund      Dry Land Horticulture     Agro Forest       ...
Integrated WatershedManagement Programme(2009-10 to 2016-17)                                                             I...
Impacts of the Watershed Development Programmes /Projects : Increase in ground water table due to soil and water coservat...
• Providing Water Supply at Ravalkunte and Other villages  from Rangaiahadurga Dam.    o Project Cost is Rs. 9.30 Crores c...
Surface Water Supply SchemeRevalakunte And Other Villages (Rangaiahnadurga Project)                                       ...
•   127 Villages , a population of 3,63,437 in Hospet, Kudligi,    Molakalmuru, Challakere & Pavgada Town are covered.•   ...
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General Statistics Related to Agriculture  1   Total Agriculture Land   - Rabi       358500 Ha                            ...
Average Rainfall   Actual Rainfall                            from June to       from June to     % of RainfallS.No.      ...
Minimum                      Severe Drought     Medium DroughtS.No.         Taluk                                         ...
20-08-2011    08-09-2011Severe- 08    Severe - 1314-09-2011    30-09-2011Severe - 15   Severe - 18                        ...
•   The State Govt. has declared all six talukas of the district as    drought hit.•   The crop loss on account o the drou...
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2012-13                                       2009-10   2010-11   2011-12      Name of the Budget Head                    ...
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Sl.   Name of the                        Name of the forestry activities          2011-12         2010-11        2009-10  ...
Primary Helath Center, Chitrahalli,   Neem Plants at Metikurki Nursery        Holalkere Taluk                             ...
No. of Schools                              Total No. ofSl.No.               Taluka                  having School        ...
Activities Undertaken•   Development of Adumalleshwara Zoo.•   No. of visitors details as follows    o 2008-09           :...
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Institutional Coverage            Target   Achievement   PercentageNo. of Schools                           1734       169...
•   TRSC is extended up to March-2017 by Central Govt., and    maximum coverage is being undertaken through       o   Conv...
School Community Toilets    Community Toilets Group Individual Toilets   Individual Toilets                               ...
MAHATHMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENTGUARANTEE ACT 2010-11 (Up to 31st March 2011) (As per MIS) 1   Total Registered F...
MAHATHMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENTGUARANTEE ACT 2011-12 (Up to 28 Nov -2011) (As per MIS) 1 Total Registered Famili...
2010- 11 No. of works completed under MGNREGA                                Works under different category (As per MIS)  ...
Renovation of traditional water bodiesDrainage work Under MGNREGA at   Under MGNREGA at Kodihlli Village,           Kainad...
Rain water stored in Gokatta, at Madhure GP                                              79
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• Total Geographical area : 8440 Sq. Km• Forest area (Reserve)   : 77670 ha (9.25% of total area)• Total Mining Leases    ...
Proposed                                                                           Actual Production                      ...
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WASTE DUMP COVERED WITHGEO-COIR MATS TO CONTROLEROSION IN SESA GOA LTD., M.L.NO. 2236AFFORISTRATION      CARRIEDOUTON WAST...
•   Transportation of Mineral restricted between 6.00 AM to 6.00 PM•   Complete coverage of mineral with tarpal during tra...
Terracing & Planting on inactive portion of   Geo-textile coir mats on sub grade dumps at     the Dumps at MEL Mines M.L. ...
REFILLING CARRIED OUTPARTIALLY IN THE WORKEDPIT IN ANJANA MINERALSM.L. NO. 2519PLANTATION AFTER REFILLINGTHE MINING PIT IN...
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  2. 2. BIDAR GULBARGA BIJAPUR BAGALKOT RAICHUR BELGAUM DHARWAD KOPPAL GADAG BELLARYUTTARKANNADA HAVERI DAVANAGE RE SHIMOGA UDUPI CHIKKAMANGAL TUMKUR KOLAR UR DAKSHINA HASSAN KANNADA BANGALO MANDYA RE KODAGU MYSORE CHAMARAJ NAGARA 2
  3. 3. • Area : 8440 Sq.Kms• Villages : 1063• Taluks : 06• ULBs : 06• Population (2011) : 16,60,378• No. of Households : xxxxxxx• No. of Urban Households : xxxxxxx• Average Rainfall : 486.7 mm• Average Temperature : 30 to 32o C• Total Forest Area : 1,06,889.18 Ha 12.66 % of Total Dist. Area• Major Industries : Mining, Sponge Iron, Poultry and Cement 3
  4. 4. (i) Solid Waste Management(ii) Biomedical Waste Management(iii) Tanks, Underground Water Management and Restoration(iv) Drought Situation(v) Restoration of Green Cover and Degraded Lands(vi) Progress and Impact of TSC & MGNREGA(vii) Mining in Chitradurga 4
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  6. 6. Area Extent ofSl. Survey Total Quantity of Solid Name of the ULB’s Land(landfill)No Numbers waste generated TPD Acre – Gunta1 CMC-Chitradurga 456/P1 35-38 442 TMC- Challakere 704 & 706 08-28 173 TMC –Hiriyur 195 10-00 174 TMC –Hosadurga 31 05-00 095 TP -Holalkere 550 & 551 12-00 066 TP-Molakalmuru 3/PP1 03-39 03.5• Landfill sites acquired and handed over to all ULBs• Following activities completed in all Landfill Sites. o Approach Roads o Compound Walls o Drilling of Bore-wells o Construction of Watchman Shed o Plantation of Trees 6
  7. 7. • As per samples collected in September 2011, the Respiratory Suspended Particle Matter (RSPM) was below the permissible limit of 100 mg/m3 in all ULBs.• The water quality tests have shown that all chemical compounds are below the permissible limits. 7
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  14. 14. • Has been developed in Chitradurga CMC under KMRP Project.• Estimated Cost is Rs. 1.40 Crores.• Proposal for inviting tender for Sanitary Landfill for all ULBs has been sent to Directorate of Municipal Administration (DMA).• Combined cost of Sanitary Landfill at 5 ULBs will be approximately Rs. 4.37 Crores. 14
  15. 15. HDPE LinerBund Formation (High Density Poly Ethylene) Filter Media Leachet Treatment Tank 15
  16. 16. • All ULBs have banned usage of Plastic Bags below 40 microns.• Inspections are carried out regularly with Pollution Control Board Officials. CMC, Chitradurga TMC, Hosadurga 16
  17. 17. • Door to Door Collection is being undertaken in the ULBs as follows: o CMC, Chitradurga :18 of 35 Wards (52% Covered) o TMC, Challakere :18 of 27 Wards (66% Covered) o TMC, Hiriyur :12 of 27 Wards (44% Covered) o TMC, Hosadurga :7 of 21 Wards (30% Covered) o TP, Holalkere :5 of 15 Wards (33% Covered) o TP, Molakalmuru :8 of 15 Wards (53% Covered)• Proposal to purchase 25 Jeep Mounted Refuse Collectors and 17 Auto Tippers for all ULBs to ensure 100% waste collection is under scrutiny of DMA.• Route maps for all the vehicles have been prepared alongwith existing vehicles to ensure 100% door to door waste collection. 17
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  19. 19. Sl. Name Of Door –Door Collection TransportationNo The ULB Existing Proposed CMC, 2 compactor /1 Mahindra Jeep - 5 No’s Chitradurga 3 Dumper Placer TMC, Mahindra Jeep - 3 No’s2 2 Tractor Placer Challakere Auto tipper - 1 No TMC , Mahindra Jeep - 3 No’s 1 Tractor Placer /3 Hiriyur Auto tipper - 1 Nos 1 Dumper Placer TMC , Auto tipper - 1 No4 1 Tractor Placer Hosadurga Tractor – 1 No TP,5 Mahindra Jeep - 1 No 1 Tractor Placer Holalkere TP,6 Tractor - 1 No 1 Tractor Placer Molakalmuru 19
  20. 20. • Safe gears, hand glows, boots, caps, masks etc.• Uniforms, jacket reflectors and rain coats.• Free bi-annual medical checkup.• Performance incentives.• 32 sites have been provided to pourkarmikas and 10 houses constructed in Challakere TMC. 20
  21. 21. Rs. in Crores Sewage Capacity of STP Details of Present FundsS. Name of Generation in Ongoing / Population Required for RemarksNo ULB / Day (mld) Proposed (Approx.) 100% UGD (Approx.) Scheme (Mld) with STP Administrative approval accorded by the Govt. on CMC,1 Chitradurga 150000 10.80 20.00 Rs. 94.92 15.11.2011. Works are expected to commence soon. TMC,2 Challakere 55000 1.54 9.72 Rs. 58.00 DPR prepared and private land identified, negotiation TMC, is in progress3 Hiriyur 55000 3.52 9.72 Rs. 65.00 80% of the work completed TMC, on UGD, the negotiation4 Hosadurga 28000 1.57 3.33 Rs. 7.88 with the land owners for the STP are in progress.5 TP, Holalkere 17000 0.95 3.00 Rs. 25.00 Govt. land has been identified, survey under TP, progress.6 Molakalmuru 16000 0.90 2.50 Rs. 22.00 21
  22. 22. • In Chitradurga, land of 5.00 Acres identified and handed over to CMC.• Negotiations with Karnataka Sheep and Wool Corporation in progress to set up a Scientific Slaughter House with a capacity of 400 animals per day.• Project Cost of Rs. 8 Crores, with 50% of the funds expected from the Govt. of India. 22
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  24. 24. Bio Medical Waste Disposal Status BMW Qty Handling over Deep Burial &S.No Type of HCE Nos. Generated in to CBMWTF in Sharp Pit in Kg / Day Kg / Day Kg / Day 1 Govt 94 490.50 375(17) 115.5 (77) 2 Private 160 474.50 384.80 (96) 89.7 (64) 3 Veterinary 143 143 - 143 (134) 24
  25. 25. Bio Medical Waste Management Information Progress on Bio Medical Waste Handling Rules No. of Health Name of S.No Levels of Hospitals Care Liquid Waste Deep Burial HCF Tie up Facilities Disinfection Unit & Sharp Pit with Completed Completed CBMWTF 1 District Hospital 1 1 1(4 Units) - 2 Taluk Level Hospital 5 5 5 - Community Health 3 11 11 11 - Center Primary Health 4 77 - 77 77 Center Total 94 17 94 77Note (1) Liquid Bio-Medical Waste Disinfection unit installed by KHSDRP in all DH, GH & CHC within 31.03.2011. (2)Tie-up relating to Solid Waste Disposal with CBMWTF done with 31.03.2011HCF : Health Care Facility 25
  26. 26. Taluk Level Community PrimaryS.No Description Dist. Hospital Hospital Health Centre Health Centre Total No. of Health Care 1 1 5 11 77 Facilities Solid Biomedical Waste Disposal Quality of Bio-medical 1 112.5 Kg/Day 125 Kg/Day 137.5 Kg/Day 115.5 Kg/Day Waste Generated (Avg.) Deep burial pit 2 Method of Treatment CBMWTF CBMWTF CBMWTF and sharp pit Liquid Biomedical Waste Disposal( Treatment plant capacity ) Quality of Bio-medical 1000 LPD 1 800 L/D/H 800 L/D/H 50 L/D/H waste generated (Avg.) (4 Units) Bio-medical liquid waste Disinfection Disinfection Disinfection Disinfection 2 treatment facility provided Unit Unit Unit UnitCBMWTF: Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Facility 26
  27. 27. District Hospital, Chtiradurga CENTRAL STORAGESolid Waste Red Bin Autoclave CBMWTF 27
  28. 28. Bommagondana Kere (B G Kere) P H CLiquid Disinfection Unit Deep Burial Pit Sharp Pit 28
  29. 29. Solid BMW Liquid BMW No. of Type of HCE Handed over Installed LWTP LWTP not LWTP not HCE’s Remarks to CBMWTF Captive facility provided provided required> 500 Bedded HCE 1 1 - 1 - - ETP Working200-500 Bedded HCE - - - - - - -100-200 Bedded HCE - - - - - - -50-100 Bedded HCE 2 2 - 2 - - -<50 Bedded HCE’s 42 23 19 37 5 - Discharged into municipal drain afterClinics 109 66 43 - - 109 pretreatment with hypochloriteBlood Bank 2 2 - 1 1 - solutionPathological 4 2 2 2 2 -Lab/Diagnostic CentreOthers - - -- - - - - Total 160 96 64 43 8 109 29
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  31. 31. o No. of Villages : 1063o No. of Habitations (in addition to Villages) : 687o No. of Rivers :3o No. of Tanks : 300o No. of MWSS : 1635o No. of PWSS : 739 31
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  33. 33. • Major drainage system falls under Krishna River Basin.• Vedavathi, Tungabhadra, and Suvarnamukhi are the major rivers.• Vedavathi river is the major river which covers 85% of the area covered by all rivers.• VV Sagar is the major dam in the district having a capacity of 30TMC.• VV Sagar provides drinking water to Chitradurga and Hiriyur Towns. 33
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  36. 36. No. of Samples Fluoride Affected No. of No. of No. of TestedPopulati No. of Village Habitatio MWS Year Pre Post Pre Post Remarks on PWSS s ns S Monso Monsoo Monsoo Monsoo on n n n 2010- 5720 4983 441 309 11 16.60 1063 687 1635 739 Lakhs The results is at the 2011- end of October-11 3600 - 131 - 12 samples testing is under progress 36
  37. 37. Total No. of Tanks in District : 300• Tanks covered under JSYS : 98• Tanks covered under RRR : 27• Tanks covered under Tank Rejuvenate Scheme : 90 Total : 215 71.66 % of total tanks in the district are being restored under various schemes of the Central and the State Government. 37
  38. 38. • All 96 tanks are under implementation stage.• Of the total cost of Rs. 27.42 Crores, Rs. 15.95 Crores have been spent.• Target fixed for Rabi / Summer 2009-10 and Khariff 2010-10 with respect to the area covered have been met cumulatively.• The components of the scheme are as follows: o Water Management Demonstration (WMD) o Arable Crop Demonstration (ACD) o Horticulture Crop Demonstration (HCD) o Integrated Farming System Demonstration (IFSD) o Fodder Crop Development Demonstration (FCDDD) o Farmers Field School (FFS) 38
  39. 39. Silt Demonstration in Banjigere TankFodder Crop Development Demonstration (FDD) In Chikkaemmiganuru Tank 39
  40. 40. Finger Lings Seeding Raring in Fish Pond Fish Harvesting in Mallapura Tank 40
  41. 41. • No. of Tanks included : 90• Implementing Agencies Panchayat Raj Engineering Division and Minor Irrigation Departments.• Total cost of the scheme : 29.77 Crores• 70% Progress has been achieved• Works comprise o Improvement and Strengthening of bund o De-silting of tanks o Improvements to Canals and Feeder canals which helps in proper utilization of water stored in the tank. 41
  42. 42. Kamasmudra Tank (Feeder Channel)Katamdevarakote Tank (Embankment) 42
  43. 43. • Govt. Of India Scheme taken up by Minor Irrigation Department to Repair, Rejuvenation and Restoration of tanks.• Total of 27 tanks covered with an outlay of Rs. 21.81 Crores.• Of the total outlay Rs. 8.62 Crores has been spent.• Basic Components o Improvement and Strengthening of bund o Improvements to Canals and Feeder canals which helps in proper utilization of water stored in the tank. o Formation of boundary trench and plantation all round the water spread area of tank to prevent the unauthorized cultivation and encroachment of tank bed. o Repairs to sluices and waste weirs 43
  44. 44. Sultanipura Tank (Desilting)Sirigere Tank (Bund Improvement) 44
  45. 45. Watershed Development program  The total geographical area 7.707 Lakh ha. has been demarcated in to 203 sub-watershed and 1284 micro watersheds prioritized by Karnataka State Remote Sensing Application Center.  88% of the land falls under dry land category.  The area available for watershed development programmes is 6.944 Lakh hectors.  Out of which 2.375 lakh ha. has been treated in various watershed programmes since 2001, with financial expenditure of Rs 180.40 Crores.  Perspective plan has been prepared for treating remaining area of 4.569 lakh ha. from 2009-10 to 2026-27, over a period of 18 years. 45
  46. 46. Sujala – II and IWMP  Under Prime Minister relief package (Sujala-II) the area sanctioned for treatment is 0.216 ha. for the period 2008-09 to 2012-13 with the financial target of Rs. 26.26 Crores.  The Integrated Watershed Management Programme projects (IWMP)sanctioned starts from 2009-10-IWMP Batch-1, 2010- 11-IWMP Batch-2 and 2011-12 IWMP Batch-3.  The total area of 0.795 Lakh ha. with the financial target of Rs. 96.24 Crores has been sanctioned by GOI in 3 Batches with the integrated development through people participation approach for a period of 5 to 7 years. 46
  47. 47. Major Components of Sujala-II & IWMP• Improve the productive potentials of selected watershed and their associated natural resource base.• Sustainable alleviation of poverty.• Development and strengthen community based institutional arrangements for sustainable natural resource management.• Improved skills and employment opportunities for non farm sectors.• Involvement of village communities in participatory planning, Implementation, Social and environmental management, maintenance of assets and operate in a more socially inclusive manner. 47
  48. 48. Ongoing ProjectsSujala – II (RIDF) Programme In Ha. Sl. Name of the Name of the Sub- Programme Progress No. Taluk watershed Phy. Fin. Phy. Fin. 1 Chitradurga Kariobenahalli 2074 248.88 1016 121.94 2 Challakere Lakshmipura Nala 4165 499.80 1243 149.19 3 Hiriyur Nandihalli Nala 4390 526.80 1758 211.01 4 Hosadurga Kavalaramane 3634 436.08 1439 172.67 5 Holalkere Mugalikatte 4000 480.000 1416 166.99 6 Molakalmuru Murudi Nala 3624 434.88 1295 155.43 Total 21887 2626.44 8167 977.23RIDF: Rural Infrastructure Development Fund 48
  49. 49. Photographs of Sujala Works Gram Sabha Trench cum Bund Dry Land Horticulture Agro Forest 49
  50. 50. Integrated WatershedManagement Programme(2009-10 to 2016-17) In Ha.Sl. Programme Progress Name of the Taluka RemarksNo. Phy. Fin. Phy. Fin. Chitradurga Financial Expenditure1 13640 1636.85 0 63.84 included Adm. Cost, Capacity2 Challakere 14419 1730.41 0 71.45 building and preliminary preparation of the project and3 Hiriyur 14409 1729.24 0 75.12 EPA activities. Net Planning and DPR4 Hosadurga 13230 1587.77 0 64.79 preparation Process is under progress after these tasks the5 Holalkere 13717 1646.16 0 65.30 actual implementation will be taken up.6 Molakalmuru 10785 1294.20 0 41.34 Total 80200 9624.63 0 381.84 50
  51. 51. Impacts of the Watershed Development Programmes /Projects : Increase in ground water table due to soil and water coservation interventions. Increase in crop yield by 24% Improvement in waste lands /community lands. Improvement in livestock management and fodder production resulted in increase in live stock based production. Improvement in livelihoods of vulnerable & land less families of watershed community. Income from agriculture and non agricultural activities improved economic status of the watershed community. Fluoride content reduced 1.4 ppm to 0.4 ppm due to interventions of soil and water conservation activities. To adaption of forest and horticulture species it improves vegetation coverage as well as micro environmental climatic condition. 51
  52. 52. • Providing Water Supply at Ravalkunte and Other villages from Rangaiahadurga Dam. o Project Cost is Rs. 9.30 Crores covering 27 villages and a population of 42,000 in Molakalmuru Taluk. The scheme is completed and 11 villages are already getting water. The balance are in the trial run stage.• Providing Water Supply at Aimangala and other villages. o Project Cost is Rs. 39.00 Crores covering 77 villages and a population of 92,075 in Hiriyur Taluk , Govt. has accorded adminsitrative approval.• Proposal has been submitted to Govt. for approval of Surface Water Supply Schemes of estimated Cost Rs. 64.97 Crores covering 110 villages of Chitradurga District. 52
  53. 53. Surface Water Supply SchemeRevalakunte And Other Villages (Rangaiahnadurga Project) 53
  54. 54. • 127 Villages , a population of 3,63,437 in Hospet, Kudligi, Molakalmuru, Challakere & Pavgada Town are covered.• Source –Tungabhadra Reservoir .• Total project cost Rs. 365 Crores.• The line estimate of the project has been submitted to the Govt. and the detailed estimates are under preparation. 54
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  56. 56. General Statistics Related to Agriculture 1 Total Agriculture Land - Rabi 358500 Ha - Khariff 60000 Ha 2 Total Average Annual Rainfall 486.7 mm 3 Rainfall Until End of October 2011 269 mm 4 Total No. of Hoblies 22 (a) Severe Drought Affected Hoblies 18 (b) Medium Draught Affected Hoblies 03 (c) Normal 01 56
  57. 57. Average Rainfall Actual Rainfall from June to from June to % of RainfallS.No. Taluk September September Deficiency (in mm) (in mm) 1 Chitradurga 299 199 -34 2 Challakere 187 93 -50 3 Hiriyur 190 94 -51 4 Hosadurga 192 114 -41 5 Holalkere 288 247 -14 6 Molakalmuru 209 132 -37 District Total 227 146 -38 57
  58. 58. Minimum Severe Drought Medium DroughtS.No. Taluk Drought Affected Hoblies Affected Hoblies Affected Hoblies 1 Chitradurga 3 1 1 2 Challakere 4 - - 3 Hiriyur 4 - - 4 Hosadurga 4 - - 5 Holalkere 1 2 1 6 Molakalmuru 2 - - Total 18 3 1 58
  59. 59. 20-08-2011 08-09-2011Severe- 08 Severe - 1314-09-2011 30-09-2011Severe - 15 Severe - 18 59
  60. 60. • The State Govt. has declared all six talukas of the district as drought hit.• The crop loss on account o the drought has been estimated at Rs. 450 Crores.• Efforts are on to expand the sowing during Rabi Season.• Amelioration measures such as running of Goshalas and providing Drinking Water are being undertaken by the District Administration.• Rainfall has improved during the month of November 2011 60
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  62. 62. 2012-13 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Name of the Budget Head (Proposed) (ha) (ha) (ha) (ha)Central Sponsor Scheme (NAP, NBM 525.00 100.00 70.00 60.00and APRRFC)Externally Aided Projects (KSFMBC) 1750.00 1475.00 0 0Department Programmes (GUA, DDF, 75.00 135.00 410.00 365.00KFDF, C.O. and Devarakadu)Other Programmes (13th Finance, Bio-Fuel and CAMPA – [Road Side 40.00 303.49 725.179 209.95Plantation 139, 422 and 423]) TOTAL 2390.00 2013.49 1205.179 634.95 62
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  65. 65. Sl. Name of the Name of the forestry activities 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 RemarksNo Scheme1 Special 1. Raising of block plantation (in Ha) 113.50 151.50 470 Development 2. Raising of Road Side Plantation (in 26 66 - Programme KM) These2 Greening Raising of block plantation (in Ha) - - 120 forestry India & JBIC activities are3 NREGA 1. Raising of block plantation (in Ha) 208.5 410 - mainly concentrated 2. Raising of Road Side Plantation (in 62.5 372 - in Gomals, KM) Kaval lands, 3. Raising of school plantation (in Ha) - 19 - Karab land, Road side 4. Seedlings distributed to farmers 1068000 613800 - like MDR, (4389 farmers) (1631 farmer) SH & Other 5. Seedlings distributed to schools 8500 9749 - link roads, (30 schools) (46 schools) Tankforeshor 6.Seedlings distributed to other 4500 3250 - e etc. institutions & public function Total 410.5 1018.5 590 65
  66. 66. Primary Helath Center, Chitrahalli, Neem Plants at Metikurki Nursery Holalkere Taluk 66
  67. 67. No. of Schools Total No. ofSl.No. Taluka having School Schools Forestry 1 Chitradurga 344 172 2 Challakere 403 235 3 Hiriyur 355 249 4 Hosadurga 312 165 5 Holalkere 248 148 6 Molakalmuru 152 90 Total 1814 1059 67
  68. 68. Activities Undertaken• Development of Adumalleshwara Zoo.• No. of visitors details as follows o 2008-09 : 60787 o 2009-10 : 85905 o 2010-11 : 97160• Development of eco-tourism by setting up Jogimatti Nature Camp• About 200 persons stayed in the Camp during November 2010 to October 2011. 68
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  70. 70. avÀæzÀÄUÀð ¥ÀlÖtzÀ J¯Áè ªÀUÀðzÀ d£ÀjUÀÆ, «zÁåyðUÀ½UÉ,¥Àj¸ÀgÀ ¥ÉæëÄUÀ½UÉ, ZÁgÀt ²©ügÁyðUÀ½UÉ, avÀæzÀÄUÀðCgÀtå «¨sÁUÀ, ¥Àj¸ÀgÀ, ¥ÁætÂ, ¥ÀQëUÀ¼À ¸ÀAPÀ®¥ÀjZÀ¬Ä¸ÀĪÀ MAzÀÄ ¥ÀæªÀiÁtÂPÀ ¥ÀæAiÀÄvÀߪÀiÁrgÀĪÀÅzÀÄ ±ÁèWÀ¤ÃAiÀÄ. CzÀgÀAvÉ EzÀ£ÀÄߪÀÄÄAzÀĪÀj¹PÉÆAqÀÄ ºÉÆÃUÀĪÀ - §gÀĪÀ CgÀtå «¨sÁUÀzÀMqÉAiÀÄjUÉ ¸ÀªÁ¯ÁV JzÀÄj¸À¨ÉÃPÁVzÉ.ªÉÆzÀ® ¨ÁjUÉ E°èUÉ §AzÀÄ £ÉÆÃrzÁUÀ avÀæzÀÄUÀð ¨ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ ²æà PÉñÀªÀªÀÄÆwð, ªÀÄÄRå CgÀtå ¸ÀAgÀPÀëuÁ¢üPÁjUÀ¼ÀÄ, CAzÁPÀëtªÀÄ£À¹ìUÉ §gÀĪÀ ¨ÉlÖUÀ¼À £ÀqÀÄ«£À §AiÀÄ®Ä avÀæªÀiÁAiÀĪÁV ¨ÉlÖUÀ¼À £ÀqÀÄªÉ ªÀįɣÁqÀ ºÀ¹gÀÄ ªÉÄïÁÌt¹zÀ¥Àj¸ÀgÀ PÀAqÀÄ D±ÀÑAiÀÄðªÁAiÀÄÄÛ, eÉÆvÉ EªÉ¯Áè EwÛa£À¨É¼ÀªÀtÂUÉ JAzÀÄ w½zÀÄ E°è£À ªÀÄÄRå¸ÀÜgÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ¹§âA¢UÀ¼À ¥Àj±ÀæªÀĪÀÇ vÉÆÃj¸ÀÄvÀÛzÉ. CªÀjUÀÆC©ü£ÀAzÀ£ÉUÀ¼ÀÄWe, from G.P.U. Collage Turuvanur, visited here for a picnic on: 18.08.2010. We ²æêÀÄw JA.J.±À²PÀ¯Á, place. I am visiting this place since 1990, butfeel very happy in this beautiful (¥ÀæzsÁ£À f¯Áè ºÁUÀÆ ¸ÀvÀæ £ÁåAiÀiÁ¢üñÀgÀÄ), avÀæzÀÄUÀð.today it is very fine. I think it is due to the efforts of this staff and department.We feel it is “Malanadu”. On behalf of the school every body’s effort isappraisable. Vice Principal, Govt. Pre University College, Turuvanur. 70
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  72. 72. Institutional Coverage Target Achievement PercentageNo. of Schools 1734 1696 97.81 %No. of Anganavadis 1383 1009 72.96 %(Own Buildings) I H H L coverage Target Achievement Percentage (Individual House Hold Latrine )BPL (Below Poverty Level) 75400 50895 67.50%APL (Above Poverty Level) 130585 5671 42.63%• 7 Gram Panchayath’s of district have awarded the National Gramin Puraskar 72
  73. 73. • TRSC is extended up to March-2017 by Central Govt., and maximum coverage is being undertaken through o Convergence With MGNREGS o Suvarna Gramodaya Scheme o Swachcha Grama Scheme o Participation of local NGOs o Community – Led Approach 73
  74. 74. School Community Toilets Community Toilets Group Individual Toilets Individual Toilets 74
  75. 75. MAHATHMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENTGUARANTEE ACT 2010-11 (Up to 31st March 2011) (As per MIS) 1 Total Registered Families 2,35,223 2 Job Cards Issued 2,35,223 3 Labour Budget for 2010-11 Rs. 180.63 Crore 4 Completed Works 8,084 5 Ongoing Works 2,498 6 No. of families completed 100 days 8,417 7 Total Generated Mandays 80.62 Lakhs 8 Amount Released by Govt. Rs. 113.16 Crore 9 Total Expenditure Rs. 101.19 Crore 10 Total Achievement Rs. 195.38 Crore 11 Amount to be Released by Govt. Rs. 82.22 Crore 75
  76. 76. MAHATHMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENTGUARANTEE ACT 2011-12 (Up to 28 Nov -2011) (As per MIS) 1 Total Registered Families 2,35,223 2 Job Cards Issued 2,35,223 3 Labour Budget for 2011-12 Rs.148.54 Crores 4 Amount Released by Govt. Rs. 114.75 Crores 5 Amount to be paid for 2010-11 works Rs. 94.19 Crores 6 Expenditure incurred for 2010-11 works Rs. 84.68 Crores 7 Expenditure incurred for 2011-12 works Rs. 2.91 Crores 8 No. of New Works under progress in 2011-12 813 9 Total Generated Mandays 59,206 76
  77. 77. 2010- 11 No. of works completed under MGNREGA Works under different category (As per MIS) TotalS. Block Rural Flood Water Renovation no ofNo Name Drought Irrigation Land Other works Connect Contro Conservation of Water Proofing works Development Works ivity l & Harvesting Bodies1 Chitradurga 304 74 71 16 254 369 194 243 15252 Challakere 350 187 560 60 19 38 48 119 13813 Hiriyur 305 5 307 4 280 434 171 381 18874 Holalkere 448 19 472 43 20 21 32 467 15225 Hosadurga 117 311 65 4 70 43 329 196 11356 Molakalmuru 96 137 83 6 28 92 28 164 634 Total 1620 733 1558 133 671 997 802 1570 8084 77
  78. 78. Renovation of traditional water bodiesDrainage work Under MGNREGA at Under MGNREGA at Kodihlli Village, Kainadu GP Bagur GP 78
  79. 79. Rain water stored in Gokatta, at Madhure GP 79
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  81. 81. • Total Geographical area : 8440 Sq. Km• Forest area (Reserve) : 77670 ha (9.25% of total area)• Total Mining Leases : 58 in 3639.75ha (0.43% of total area)• ML in Forest Land : 14 in 599.11ha (0.77% of forest area)• ML in Revenue Land : 34 in 2255.80 ha• ML area in Forest and revenue Land : 5 in 761.43 ha• ML area in Patta Land : 5 in 23.41 haML : Mining Lease 81
  82. 82. Proposed Actual Production Production forSl. Total Working Idle Expired for 2010-11 in lakh Minerals 2010-11 as per IBMNo. ML ML ML ML MT In lakh MT (Working Mines) (Working Mines)1 Iron Ore 23 09 10 04 99.75 59.41 Manganese2 11 01 03 07 0.14 0.03 Ore3 Lime Stone 16 02 10 04 5.66 1.894 Others 08 -- 07 01 -- -- Total 58 12 30 16 105.56 61.33 82
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  85. 85. WASTE DUMP COVERED WITHGEO-COIR MATS TO CONTROLEROSION IN SESA GOA LTD., M.L.NO. 2236AFFORISTRATION CARRIEDOUTON WASTE DUMP IN SESA GOALTD., M.L. NO. 2236 85
  86. 86. • Transportation of Mineral restricted between 6.00 AM to 6.00 PM• Complete coverage of mineral with tarpal during transportation• All mining vehicles originating from Chitradurga to be colour coded (yellow) to enable the identification of source district• 2 composite check posts established and 1 additional check post has been established.• E-Permit and RFID is being introduced in 3 major iron ore mines comprising 90 per cent of the total iron ore production in the district• All weigh bridges in the ML area have been integrated with the DMG server. RFID: Radio Frequency Identification Device 86
  87. 87. Terracing & Planting on inactive portion of Geo-textile coir mats on sub grade dumps at the Dumps at MEL Mines M.L. 2346 MEL Mines M.L. No. 2346Geo-textile Coir mat on Subgrade Dumps Grass Geo-textile Coir mat on Sub grade Dumps grown at MEL Mines M.L. No. 2346 Grass grown at MEL Mines M.L. No. 2346 87
  88. 88. REFILLING CARRIED OUTPARTIALLY IN THE WORKEDPIT IN ANJANA MINERALSM.L. NO. 2519PLANTATION AFTER REFILLINGTHE MINING PIT IN G.J. KUMARMINES M.L. NO. 2499 88
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