Projected plan for 2020-21
The subsidy provision for Land Purchase Scheme and Self Employment / other Economic Support Schemes is Rs.500.00crores under both Normal State Plan and Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) as per the Budget Estimates.
The above subsidy provision is linked with Bank loan and other funds for preparation of SC Action Plan 2020-21 for implementation of Economic Support Schemes, duly allocating the targets to all the districts in proportion to SC population.
The State Plan Outlay for 2020-21 is Rs.500.00 crores with the following financial break-up as shown under:
Subsidy (ESS subsidy + SCA) - Rs.500.00 crores
Bank Loan - Rs.279.02 crores
EMF - Rs. 2.87 crores
Other Department Subsidy - Rs. 4.34 crores
It is proposed to cover 18285 beneficiaries with per capita investment of Rs.4.30 lakhs.
Plan Focus – 2020-21
Ø To cover Individual SC beneficiaries.
Ø To give priority for the poorest of the poor SC households.
Ø To provide 3.00 acres of Agriculture land to the landless SC Women of “Bhoomileni Nirupeda Dalita Vyavasaya Aadharitha Kutumbalu”.
Ø To provide asset-oriented self employment / economic schemes with unit cost range from Rs 0.50 lakh – Rs 12.00 lakhs.
Ø To cover 50% of the Trained Unemployed Youth in Bank Linked ESS.
Ø To provide Entrepreneurship Development Programme with / without Franchise Models to the interested SC Entrepreneurs.
Ø Special Empowerment Programme in SC Assembly Constituencies (Pilot Schemes / Additional targets) to improve their living standards by establishing viable economic activities.
Ø The Special Empowerment Programme for the Physical Aids to Disabled Persons for Empowering to run economic activity in SC Assembly Constituencies upto the unit cost of Rs.50,000/- towards 100% subsidy without linking of Bank finance. Under this, the persons who wanted to run small activities under ISB Sector will be directly benefitted with 100% subsidy.
Ø To focus on any other Innovative Schemes and Working Capital loan to the prospective entrepreneurs / Civil Contractors / Commodity Supply Contractors to improve their living standards by establishing viable economic activities and to take up Government contracts in Civil works.
Ø To focus on dealership oriented support. (such as Commodities / Fertilizers / Pesticides / Vijaya Oil (edible oil) etc.
Categoriesof Households to be covered
Ø Agricultural Landless Labourers
Ø Rural / Urban women
Ø Small & Marginal Farmers
Ø Educated unemployed Trained / Untrained Youth
Ø Leather Artisans (Mochis/F & T/Cobblers)
Ø Safai Karamacharis (sanitation workers)
Ø Bonded Labour
Ø Jogins / Mathammas / Basavis
Ø Manual Scavengers
Ø Persons working under Organized / Un-Organized Sector for ESS Schemes.
Identification of Beneficiaries & Functional Convergence
Ø The eligible people from SC communities who are intended to avail financial assistance under economic support schemes (under self employment schemes) from SC Corporation should be registered their details in OBMMS Portal within a stipulated time in consultation with respective MPDOs and from out of the above registrations, identification of beneficiaries shall be done by Grama Sabhas in rural areas and Municipal Ward Sabhas in urban areas for all schemes except the schemes specified under Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) and other sectors noted in the forth coming pages. The beneficiaries who are identified / selected during 2017-18 but sanction proceedings are not issued due to administrative reasons, may be given priority under SCAP 2020-21 subject to eligibility / bank consent.
Ø The BPL criteria are based on Income Limit fixed by Government, as per G.O.Ms.No. 20, Scheduled Castes Development (SCP) Department, dt:30.09.2015 for providing financial assistance.
Eligibility Criteria under self employment schemes:
Beneficiaries under the self-employment and other economic support schemes shall have the following criteria:
a) 21-50 years for non-agricultural Schemes as on July 1st of the year of consideration.
b) 21-60 years for agricultural Schemes as on July 1st of the year of consideration.
c) 18-45 years for Skill Development Training Programme for Self Employment programmes and 18 – 35 for Wage Employment programmes.
a) Rs. 1,50,000/- per annum for Rural areas.
b) Rs.2,00,000/- per annum for Urban areas (Municipalities, Municipal Corporation, Nagar Panchayats).
C.Preference shall be given to other condition:
a) Candidates with higher qualification or requisite qualification required for a skill.
b) Candidates who are trained under any skill improvement program of the Government from this Corporation are any other Government agency either in the current year or earlier. 50% of the target under Economic Support Scheme shall be covered by the trained candidates duly selected by the District Level Committee.
c) Beneficiaries who are availing the self-employment scheme for the first time.
d) Women beneficiaries shall be preferred so as to give 331/3% of the total target.
e) 5% of the target to be covered with Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).
D. Other conditions:
a) One house hold shall be limited to only one Self-employment Scheme in (5) years.
b) Beneficiaries availing the scheme shall not be given any benefit under such scheme for the next 5 years.
c) Every beneficiary must have an Aadhaar number
d) Every beneficiary must have Ration card / Food Security Cards.
e) All Beneficiaries shall apply through the Online Beneficiary Monitoring & Management System (OBMMS) except those specified by the Corporation.
To avail loan under transport sector the driving license is a must.