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Sc Action Plan
SCHEME-WISE TARGET ALLOCATIONS UNDER SCAP
Sector-wise Allocations Funds Flow
Sector - wise Allocations
Total flow of funds Allocations
Category-wise, Funds Flow at a Glance
DISTRICT-WISE TARGET ALLOCATIONS UNDER
Preparation of Annual SC Action Plan
General Instructions - on implementation of SC Action Plan
List of Sector - wise Viable Schemes
Self Employment Scheme
Minor Irrigation Schemes
Land Purchase Scheme
Animal Husbandry Schemes
Pavala Vaddi Scheme
Beneficiary awareness Programme
List Of Annexures
List Of Managing Directors
Sc Action Plan
SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
SELF EMPLOYMENT SCHEME
ISB UNITS - CATEGORY - I
ISB UNITS - CATEGORY - II
ISB UNITS - CATEGORY - III
VULNERABLE GROUPS/REHABILITATION OF S.C RELEASED PRISONERS
VULNERABLE GROUPS/ASSISTANCE TO LEATHER WORKERS(F AND T/COBBLERS/ARTISANTS. ETC)
VULNERABLE GROUPS/ASSISTANCE TO BONDED LABOUR(UPTO RS1.00 LAKH)
VULNERABLE GROUPS/ASSISTANCE TO JOGINS(UPTO RS1.00 LAKH)
REHABILATATION OF SAFAI KARMACHARIS/INDIVIDUAL
REHABILATATION OF SAFAI KARMACHARIS/PAY AND USE TOILETS
Identification of Beneficiaries & Functional Convergence
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 registered their details in OBMMS Portal within a stipulated time in consultation with respective MPDOs 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. The beneficiaries who are identified / selected during 2016-17 but sanction proceedings are not issued due to administrative reasons, may be given priority under SCAP 2017-18 subject to eligibility / bank consent.
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.
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).
Preference shall be given to:
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 for welfare Corporation either in the current year or earlier.
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.
1) One house hold shall be limited to only one Self-employment Scheme in a year.
2) Beneficiaries availing the scheme shall not be given any benefit under such scheme for the next 5 years.
3) Every beneficiary must have an aadhaar number
4) All Beneficiaries shall apply through the Online Beneficiary Monitoring & Management System (OBMMS)
5) To avail loan under transport sector the driving license with badge is a must.
Selection of Beneficiaries under the economic support schemes
a) The total targeted beneficiaries shall be sub divided for the districts and Mandals/municipalities in proportion to the SC Population.
b) Selection of Beneficiaries shall be done by the Grama Sabha/Municipal Ward Sabha
c) For selection of beneficiaries, the house-hold survey data as collected by the SERP and MEPMA shall be used in prioritizing the applications. Preference shall be given for the poorest of the poor identified in the survey.
d) All the beneficiaries shall apply through the Online Beneficiary Monitoring Management system (OBMMS) to ensure transparency and accountability.
Implementation & Monitoring Mechanism
A District Monitoring Committee chaired by the District Collector, shall monitor the implementation of the schemes. The composition of the District Monitoring Committee shall be as follows:
District Collector - Chairman
PD, DRDA - Convenor
ED, SC Corporation - Member
ED, BC Corporation - Member
DM, Minority Corporation - Member
AD, Disabled Welfare - Member
PD, W & CD - Member
DTWO - Member
LDM - Member
President, Zilla Samaikya/
Town Level Federation - Member
The District Monitoring Committee shall perform the following functions:
The District Collector shall
a. Convene special DLBCs in order to expedite the process of the sanction of Economic Support Schemes.
b. Preparation of the District Action Plan of the Economic Support Schemes.
c. Review the progress of the scheme at frequent intervals.
d. Examine any complaints in the process of selection of beneficiary and grounding of schemes.
e. Any other intervention that may be needed for successful implementation of the schemes.
The Government have issued G.O.Ms.No.38, SCD (SCP) Dept., dt.28.08.2018, modifying the subsidy pattern of the Economic Support Scheme, to the SC beneficiaries from 2018-19 inserting 100% subsidy for the unit cost upto Rs.50,000/- without bank linkage.
Bank Loan / Others
Land Purchase Scheme &
Training –Skill development &
Skill up gradation- Dist.
Petty ESS unit upto Rs.50,000/-
Bank –linked Self-Employment /
Economic Support Schemes
100% (for unit cost upto Rs.50,000/-)
80% (for unit cost upto 1.00 lakh)
Balance as bank loan /
70% (for unit cost upto 2.00 lakhs)
60% (limited to 5.00 lakhs for unit cost from 2.01 lakhs to 12.00 lakhs)
Special Empowerment Programme in SC Assembly Constituencies
Pilot Schemes / Additional Targets with Bank linkage under Special Empowerment Programme in SC Assembly Constituencies
1) 60% or Rs.5.00 lakhs subsidy whichever is less on the unit cost upto Rs.12.00 lakhs
2) 5.00 lakhs or 35% subsidy, whichever is maximum on the unit cost upto Rs.25.00 lakhs
3) Rs.50,000/- with 100% subsidy