Under SHDP Phase-IV Stage-II administraction approval was accorded to 165 Packages of total length 3518.75 presently length of 2592.59 Km is completed 875.28 Km length of works is in Progress
The amount released Under State Secctor Plan to the department will be utilized for construction of building,MDRS Schools buildings and Kittur Rani Chanamma residential schools
The Programme intends to strengthen the transmission network and eases the transmission of Power from generating stations to the consumer end.
Nagarothana (Municipality)-3rd phase project has been announced during 2016-17 budget speech. The Government has given the approval for implementation in 263 Urban Local Bodies for the period of 2017-18 to 2020-21 with a total allocated amount of Rs 2890 crore.
Kudligi Tank Filling Scheme is envisaged to lift 1.441 TMC of water from Tungabhadra River during the 120 days of monsoon and fill 74 tanks in Kudligi taluk.
The scheme aims to encourage Scheduled Tribe youth to take up self employment by providing loan and subsidy.
Irrigation facility is provided to small and marginal Scheduled Tribe farmers by drilling borewells.
Scholarship is an incentive to the Scheduled Tribe students to continue their studies, which may reduce dropout rate among students.
Implementation of Underground Drainage System to City/Town of State which were Administratively approved by GoK
The Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, GoI has launched Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) on 2nd October, 2014 with the aim to achieve 100% ODF and scientific handling of solid waste. Under Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban), following components are considered;
The Poura Karmika Gruha Bhagya Yojana has been initiated for providing housing to the permanent Pourakarmikas throughout the State in the year 2014-15. All the permanent Pourakarmikas including loaders, helpers, cleaner, UGD workers and sanitary supervisors are eligible to be the beneficiaries under this scheme.
• 6 m – 3 yrs severely malnourished children are provided egg for 3 days , 3 – 6 yrs severely malnourished children are provided egg for 5 days and children who do not consume egg are provided 6 days milk. • 6 m – 3 yrs moderately malnourished children of 5 backward districts viz., Bidar, Kalburgi, Raichur, Koppal and Yadgir are provided egg for 3 days, 3 – 6 yrs children are provided egg for 5 days, children who do not consume egg are provided 6 days milk. • 3-6 yrs all children are provided egg for 2 days.
Under Ksheera Bhagya scheme 6 months – 6 yrs children are provided 150 ml milk for 5 days a week (15 grams milk powder and 10 grams sugar)
GOI is reimbursing 50% of the expenditure incurred by the state government for SNP. Supplementary nutrition is provided to the beneficiaries under the ICDS programme
It is a conditional cash transfer scheme for pregnant and lactating women of 19 years of age or above for the first live birth.
Ayushman Bharath- Arogya Karnataka is a universal health coverage assured scheme for all residents of Karnataka state. Under this scheme primary healthcare, normal secondary healthcare, complex secondary healthcare, tertiary healthcare, and emergency health care are provided.
The Government of India has launched Smart City Mission (SCM) on 25th June 2015. The mission duration is of five years (FY 2015-16 to FY 2019-2020).
Implementation of Drinking Water Supply to City/Town of State which were Administratively approved by GoK
Scholarship is an incentive to the Scheduled Tribe students to continue their studies, which may reduce dropout rate among students.Pre -matric scholarship is disbursed through state scholarship portal to the Aadhar seeded Bank Account of the students. Pre matric - annual income limit is Rs. 6.00 lakhs.
Elevate is an initiative undertaken by the Government of Karnataka to identify the innovative startups across the State and “Elevate” them to the next level. The objective of the scheme is to encourage innovators who may need early stage funding to stimulate commercialization of research inventions and to help in validating proof of concept and subsequently assist them to cover costs like certification, manufacturing pilot devices etc.
Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) has been launched by the Ministry of Urban Development, GoI on 25th June 2015.AMRUT focus is on infrastructure creation which has a direct link to provision of better services to people. While Capacity Building will empower municipal functionaries through augmenting their skills as well as knowledge and lead to timely completion of projects.
Facilitating the citizen to avail the services without visiting RTO
The scheme includes distribution of free rice, jowar, bajra, ragi and lentils through the public distribution system (PDS) for those below the poverty line.
Matrupoorna programme was launched on 2nd October, 2017 in the State by providing hot cooked meal to pregnant women and lactating mothers through the existing system of Anganwadi Centers. To improve the nutrient intake of pregnant women through spot feeding by providing One Full Meal in order to reduce the incidence of low birth babies and undernutrition among women & children the main aim of the scheme.
Providing fresh water supply, underground drainage system, Recycled water supply, Electricity facilities and Utility Ducts for sites formed in phase-1 of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Layout.
Varthur Lake an extet of 439 A- 34 G in Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore, is one of the largest lake in the city.
Bellandur Lake to an extent of 916Acre 17Gunts, in Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore, is the largest lake in the city.
Extension, Renovation and Modernization of Main Canal from Km 0.0 to 95.0 Km of Narayanapura Right Bank Canal System, Including Structures.
To ensure proper crop health and appropriate yields, commensurate with the anticipated farm income as well as for domestic needs. Under the Scheme, each eligible farmer family is provided with financial assistance of Rs. 6000 in 3 instalments of Rs. 2000 each.
Yettinahole Integrated Drinking Water Project
Tarikere Lift Irrigation Scheme
Stree Shakti scheme has been implementing from the year 2000-01. The main objective of the scheme is to empowerment of Women through self-helf groups.
Green Field Airport for A-320 type Aircraft operations. Objective: To facilitate the overall development of the region along with promoting regional balance and providing connectivity with State Capital and other districts of the State "
Green Field Airport for ATR-72 type of Aircrafts Objective: Tourism of Vijayapur District, International market for the Horticultural products and for all round Development of the district.
To increase the tree cover by planting sapplings in private / farmers lands
Proposed 66/11KV Sub-station at sampige halli in Arkavathy layout in Bangalore urban district.
The main object on the programee is to increase the tree cover to 33% as per National Forest Policy, to improve the atmosphere, to provide shelter and fruit to birds and animals, restoring the ecological balance.
Several programmes have been organized for all round development of fisheries. Under this scheme, the development of inland fisheries, marine fisheries, brackishwater aquaculture, ornamental and recreational fisheries, adoption of new technologies, post-harvest, cold chain infrastructure, fish feed mills, fish markets and fisheries infrastructure are being provided financial assistance. Under the said scheme, subsidy of 40% of the unit cost is provided to general category beneficiaries and 60% for women, scheduled caste and scheduled tribe beneficiaries.
Since 2021-22, under the scheme, 1.5 lakh KL of state sales tax exempted diesel is provided at source to the mechanized boats used for fishing. Further, 300 l/ month of Kerosene is also provided at PDS rate to the traditonal fishing boats.
Providing subsidy for installation of automatic reeling machines, MEŖM, Cottage basin, reeling equipmenţs reeling sheḑ, ARM raw silk incentive to produce inernational gradable silk
providing subsudy for rearing equipments in order to rearer silkworms in hygenic scientific methods to get quality cocoons̤ Maximum subsidy of Rs̤56250.00 (Gen) Rs̤67500.00 (SC/ST)
"Chief Minister’s Raitha Vidya Nidhi Programme” was launched on 05.09.2021 to focus, motivate and facilitate the children of farmers who reside in rural areas, where higher education facilities are lesser and thus cost of education increases when they go to urban institutions.
From 2006-07 to 2019-20, LIC was the From 2006-07 to 2019-20, LIC was the Financial partner of the Scheme. An amount of Rs. 19,300/- in the name of the first beneficiary of family and an amount of Rs. 18,350/- in the name of the second beneficiary of the same family will be deposited with the financial partner institution as initial deposit. On attaining 18 years of age maturity amount of Rs.1,00,000/- will be made available to the beneficiary. From 2020-21, the Bhagyalakshmi Scheme implemented through the Sukanya Samruddhi Account Scheme through the Postal Department. Under this scheme, an amount of Rs.3,000/- per annum is deposited in the name of two children of BPL families in Sukanya Samruddhi Account scheme for 15 years. Approximate maturity amount will be Rs.1.27 lakhs. “Withdrawal up to a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of the amount in the Account at the end of financial year proceeding the year of application for withdrawal shall be allowed for the purpose of education of the account holder.
Bharamasagara Tank Filling Scheme
Before the commencement of the season based on the likely area to be sown, the fertilizer requirement is estimated and submitted to Government of India. After the receipt of company-wise fertilizer allocation from Government of India, district-wise, product-wise, companywise supply plan is drawn in consultation with the concerned manufacturers and distributed through Primary Agriculture Cooperative Societies and private retailers to the farmers.
1. To overview the area sown details of Agriculture crops seasonwise. 2. To estimate the food crop production in term of cereals, pulses and oilseeds. 3. Agricultural inputs distribution and related programmes implementation will be planned in accordance with area coverage of the crops. 4. The weekly data will be submitted to agriculture related central government institutions for estimation of cropwise production of the country and for study purpose.
Farm Mechanization scheme is being implemented in the State as to enable the farmers to undertake timely operations of various Agricultural activities, to overcome acute shortage of labour and to increase productivity along with reduction of drudgery in farm operations.
The inclusion of Article 371(J) in the Constitution of India for the development of Kalyana Karnataka area is a matter of pride. In this regard, Kalyana Karnataka Region Development Board has been established in November 2013 to address the backwardness and improve the Infrastructure.
This scheme is similar to MPLADS of Government of India. It was introduced in Karnataka during the year 2001-02 in order to accommodate local aspirations and need for more responsive planning and delivery of services at the legislators constituency level.
Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) has become one of the significant environmental issues, particularly in developing countries. Bengaluru, the state capital of Karnataka, is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) with an area of 2190 km2 and a population of about 10.18 million generates around 5000 metric tons per day of solid waste at an average generation rate of 0.5 kg per capita per day (kg/capita/d). Presently, Bengaluru City is facing significant problems due to existing disposal practices of generated waste, incurring high cost due to lack of proper infrastructural facilities; also, the open dumping in the expanding zone of the city poses severe problems to the structures constructed on these old dumps.
The project includes the development of destination by providing good road facilities that is either concrete roads or Bitumin roads. In general most of visitors depends on own vehicle to visit tourist destination and if the road connecting to the destination is best then it help to increase the Tourist visiting the spot and Hence increase in footfall will directly helps in increase the revenue.
Department of tourism have considered 370 different location around Karnataka and by Basic facilities(Drinking water facilities, Toilet rooms, Parking)
In this project we have considered 10 tourist destination with in Karnataka that is in Belagavi, Koppala, Hassan, Shivamogga, Tumkur, Davangere, Chitradurga to give Basic facilities(Drinking water facilities, Toilet rooms, Parking)with in this financial year to all the Tourist visiting those spots. By providing Basic facilities we can observe increasing the footfall and Hence increase the revenue. It also helps in maintaining cleanliness in the surroundings
The Beneficiaries under Gangakalyana Scheme is being identified by the Development Corporations coming under Social/Minority/Backward Welfare Departments. The Development Corporations register the application for power connection duly drilling the borewell, installing the pump with internal wiring along with the necessary documents & deposits to the local sub divisional offices of ESCOMs. Energization of borewells is carried out by the ESCOMs
Creation of Sports Infrastructure for the Promotion of Sports in Rural Areas, Capital Outlay, Construction of State level Stadiums.
Sports Incentive scholarship to talented young sportspersons studying in High schools who won medals at State Level Sports Competitions and participated in National Level Competitions. Fee Reimbursement for outstanding sportspersons with achievement at National & International level. Ekalavaya Award, Life time achievement Award, Karnataka Kreeda Rathna Award and Cash Award for sports Persons etc,
Under "Yuva Spandana program", the Department is being implementing to educate the youth on the need for communication, safety, guidance, education, health lifestyle, empowerment and other activities through National Mental Health and Neuroscience Institute (NIMHANS), Bangalore from the year 2015-16 to till date.
Above 58 years of age Artist/Literatues who have served literatures and Art over the years have been paid 2000 monthly as pension and the artist those who died their wives will get widow pension of 500 monthly.
The state of Karnataka is a land of major regional diversity in the field of cultural arts. Festivals are being celebrated to make these features memorable. State and international artists are invited to stage and promote at such festivals as Hampi Festival, Kittur Festival, Dasara Festival and Kadambotsavas.
Financial Assistance to Cultural and Literal Organizations of the State by the view of protecting and improving the great cultural heritage of Karnataka State.
A platform will be provided to perform and to exhibit the talents of artists in the fields of literary and cultural events organized by various organizations under the sponsorship of Government of Karnataka.
GoI Sponsered self employment scheme for unemployed youth implemented by DIC, KVIB and KVIC at districts level.
This scheme is for providing housing to the families who are economically backward and weaker communities. This scheme is completely implemented by Government of Karnataka. The beneficiaries are identified under the survey list of houseless families through Gramasabha. Stage wise house construction is centrally monitored and stage wise subsidy amount is released directly to the beneficiary’s Aadhaar linked bank account through DBT(Direct Benefit Transfer). This scheme is provided only for General and Minority category. The house unit cost is Rs.1.20 Lakhs.
This scheme is for providing housing to the families who are economically backward and weaker communities. This scheme is completely implemented by Government of Karnataka.The beneficiaries are identified under the survey list of houseless families through Gramasabha. Stage wise house construction is centrally monitored and stage wise subsidy amount is released directly to the beneficiary’s Aadhaar linked bank account through DBT(Direct Benefit Transfer) This scheme is provided only for General and Minority category. The house unit cost is Rs.1.20 Lakhs
The Project Junction is located between Okalipuram Junction and Rajajinagar Entrance and is a part of Western Corridor and acts as a part of the only link between City Centre and major Residential, Commercial and Industrial areas of Rajajinagar, Vijayanagar,Basaveshwaranagar and beyond areas
"Bangalore is rapidly transforming from urban city to metropolitan mega city. Urbanization and unplanned development have resulted in degradation of Lakes. In view of improving the ecosystem, enhancing bio diversity and the hydraulic and as well as improving the quality of life /environment, it is proposed to take up these tank restoration projects. The major components taken up under Lake rejuvenation programme include Chain link fencing to boundary, Construction of diversion drains, Desilting, bund formation, revetment, construction of silt traps, waste weirs, pathway etc. "
"The total length of primary and secondary storm water drains is about 842.00 kms. The project of Construction / Remodelling of Primary, Secondary storm water drain, culverts, bridges and allied works is spread out to all 8 zones and Kormangala valley of BBMP limits. Till the year 2016 only 177.00 kms of SWD were improved or constructed. The flood affected areas were taken up as top priority and the construction of drains were executed. The core zones namely East, West and South have lined canals but the outer zones which had kachha drains are to be improved to avoid flooding to the localities. The vulnerable locations of about 209 in number are tackled and 184 locations will be tackled within the year 2021 thereby making Bangalore a flood free area. The challenge is to remove the encroachmnets over and along the Storm water drain alignment and to identify the alignment in the outer zones. The land surveyors of revenue department have identified the alignment for the department to construct the SWD. As a pilot project, Kormangala valley has been chosen for Development and Beautification of K-100 from K.R Market to Bellandur Lake (nearly 9.4 Kms) to avoid sewage in the Storm water drain. The Vrishabhavathi primary valley will be proposed to be developed in the similar manner."
"Development and Beautification of K-100 from K.R Market to Bellandur Lake
"Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has taken a Multi Level Car Parking in Freedom Park premises to help decongest roads in the surrounding areas of Gandhinagar, Chickpet, B.V.K Iyengar Road, Palace Road, etc. The MLCP Consists of 3 basement floors which will accommodate parking of 556 Cars and 445 Two wheelers. This Project will reduce the parking problem in the viscinity, easen the traffic and provide more space to pedestrians. The main components of the Project are Construction of Retaining walls, Columns, Slabs, Electrical, HVAC, Firefighting, STP, Solar panels on Truss, Toilets and other finishing works."
"Shivananda Circle which is located at the central part of Bangalore is intersection of Harekrishna Road and Kumarakrupa Road. This junction has a very high density of traffic hence Grade separator construction of about 0.492KMs is taken up to easen the traffic congestion. The Main components of the Flyover is Construction of Piers, Abutment Piers, Girders, Viaducts, Ramps and service roads"
Kundalahalli Gate junction underpass construction of about 0.281 KMs is taken under Signal free corridor along Old Airport Road. This Project will ease the traffic congestion at this junction. The Main components of the Underpass are Construction of Retaining walls, Service roads, Central box portion and Ramp
"Suranjandas junction underpass construction of about 0.267 KMs is taken under Signal free corridor along Old Airport Road. This project will ease the traffic congestion at this junction. The Main components of the Underpass are Construction of Retaining walls, Service roads, Central box portion and Ramps."
Teaching and Learning Aid to Govt. Minority Schoos. Government Order No. M..W.D 323 M.D.S of 2014, dated: 26.06.2014 dated 06.02.2014 to amend the Government Ordinance to the Government of Minorities, Government / Privately Aided / Non-Residential Schools / Hostels and Government Hostels and Residential Schools. Continuing the grants program for learning and teaching materials not exceeding Rs. 10,000 / - E-learning for minority government-funded Urdu schools / hostels / residential schools has been sanctioned by the government to give incentives for new technology education by giving preference within the limit of the grants for each year.
This scheme is for providing housing to the families who are economically backward and weaker communities. This scheme is completely implemented by Government of Karnataka. The beneficiaries are identified under the survey list of houseless families through Gramasabha. Stage wise house construction is centrally monitored and stage wise subsidy amount is released directly to the beneficiary’s Aadhaar linked bank account through DBT(Direct Benefit Transfer) this scheme is provided only for SC and ST category. The house unit cost is Rs.1.75 Lakhs in rural area and Rs.2.00 Lakhs in Urban area.
This is Centraly Sponserd housing scheme, fully monitored by MoRD. Rajiv Gandhi Houisng Corporation is a State Nodel Implementing Agency.
"The Central Government has launched the ambitious “Jal Jeevan Mission” project on 15th August -2019. The main objective of this scheme is to provide 55 LPCD safe drinking water to all the rural households through Functional Household Tap Connection by 2024. The State government has launched “Mane Manege Gange“ in lines with JJM in the State and it is intended to provide 55 LPCD safe drinking water to all the rural households through Functional Household Tap Connections. "
NGNRY is a fully State funded Scheme .The main aim of the scheme is provide all-weather connectivity to rural habitations. The main features of the scheme is up-gradation of roads. subject to higher standards prescribed as per PMGSY norms. The main features of the projects are 3 Tier quality mechanism to ensure the best quality of rural roads. 5 years of maintenance with 6th year renewal is being adopted.
Amrutha Grama Panchayath is a newly launched State Government Scheme. The Scheme aims to provide overall development of the selected Grama Panchayaths. Providing streetlights, dinking water supply to every household, 100% separation and disposal of waste, scientific dissolution of wastewater, instalation of soalr power plants, establishment of well-equipped schools with digital libraries in 750 Grama Panchyaths .The Grama Panchayaths will selected by the Hon'ble District incharge minister.
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Urban (PMAY-U), a flagship Mission of Government of India being implemented by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), was launched on 25th June 2015. The Mission addresses urban housing shortage among the EWS/LIG and MIG categories including the slum dwellers by ensuring a pucca house to all eligible urban households by the year 2022, when Nation completes 75 years of its Independence. PMAY(U) adopts a demand driven approach wherein the Housing shortage is decided based on demand assessment by States/Union Territories. State Level Nodal Agencies (SLNAs), Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)/ Implementing Agencies (IAs), Central Nodal Agencies (CNAs) and Primary Lending Institutions (PLIs) are main stakeholders who play an important role in implementation and success of PMAY(U).
"1.To Provide minimum 100 days of Guranteed employment to the unskilled rural people. 2.To create durable assets. 3.To ensure stop migration to Urban areas. "
This scheme is for providing housing to the families who are economically backward, Volnerable and exploited community which includes 14 special categries. This scheme is completely implemented by Government of Karnataka. The beneficiaries are identified by concerned Departments and list is finalised and approved by the special committee under the chairmanship of District Commissioner (DC). Stage wise house construction is centrally monitored and stage wise subsidy amount is released directly to the beneficiary’s Aadhaar linked bank account through DBT(Direct Benefit Transfer) The housing fecilities provided for All category.The house unit cost is Rs.1.20 Lakhs for General and Minority Category in rural and urban area. For Sc and ST category Rs.1.50 Lakhs in rural area and Rs.1.80 Lakhs in urban area.
PMGSY is a Centrally Sponsered Scheme funded at a ratio of 60:40 respectively. The main aim of the scheme is provide all-weather connectivity to rural habitations. The main features of the scheme is up-gradation subject to higher standards prescribed by NRIDA/MORD, The main features of the projects are 3 Tier quality mechanism to ensure the best quality of rural roads. 5 years of maintenance with 6th year renewal is being adopted.
Fee concession is provided to SC/ST students studying in Engineering/ Polytechnics Colleges whose annual income is between Rs. 2.50 - 10.00 lakhs: - 100% fee concession to the SC/ST students who have sought admission through K.E.A to B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) was established in 1994 as an autonomous institution of the University Grants Commission (UGC).
The beneficiaries of this scheme are the girl students of Under Graduate and Post Graduate classes of Government First Grade Colleges of the state.
Under this Scheme, loan will be provided to minority traditional artisans to improve their artistic and technical skill to start or improve their trade. A loan upto Rs.50,000/- (maximum) at a low rate of interest will be provided. Out of this. 50% will be considered a s ‘back end subsidy’ to the beneficiary. In case the beneficiary repays 50% of the loan sanctioned within the specified period of 36 months. In case the beneficiary fails to repay the loan within the period of 36 months, the ‘back end subsidy’ will also be considered as loan.
Scholarships and Fee Reimbursement to Minority Students: - All the Minority eligible students who are not sanctioned scholarship by Govt. of India are sanctioned scholarship by the Govt of Karnataka to cover 100% eligible students under this Scheme. Also, Govt of Karnataka Sanctions the difference of fees to the students in the form of Fee-Reimbursement. Karnataka state is First and the only State to Sanction Fee-Reimbursement to the students in the entire country.
Artificial Insemination will be carried out in Cattle & Buffaloes throughout the state
Vaccination against the infectious diseases like FMD, ET & PPR throughout the state as per the GOK Vaccination Guidelines
"Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) seeks to provide better socio economic infrastructure facilities to the minority communities particularly in the field of education, health & skill development which would further lead to lessening of the gap between the national average and the minority communities with regard to backwardness parameters. The erstwhile Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) has been restructured and renamed as Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram for effective implementation since 2018. "
An incentive of Rs.5/- per liter of Milk to the Milk pourers of MPCS will be provided.
Loans to women Self Help Groups are provided at 0% rate of interest and men Self Help Groups at 4 % rate of interest
The Private Commercial Transport Workers such as drivers, conductors and cleaners are frequently meet with accident. In case of death, permanent disablement or temporary disablement as a result of accident, the family who are depending upon their earnings will face the financial crises.
Short term Agricultural loan up to Rs.3.00 lakh is being provided at 0 % rate of interest and Rs.2.00 lakh for Animal husbandry and Fisheries.
A separate house is ideal for rearing of silkworm. The rearing house should have sufficient number of windows to permit cross ventilation. Provision should be made to make it air tight for proper disinfection. Rearing house has to built in such way to provide optimum temperature of 26-28 c and RH of 60-70%for the growth of silkworm at minimum operational cost. The Govt. provide max subsidy of Rs.3.00 (Gen) and Rs.3.60 (SC,ST)lakhs
Mojini is a Web based application developed in house by the department to monitor licensed surveyors scheme and government surveyor activities. All the citizens services are monitored through Mojini application. Citizens can apply for 11E sketch, Haddbasth, Phodi, Conversion sketch etc., at the AJSK kendra and collect the sketches at AJSK kendra. On an average the department handles about 4 lakh applications every year.
In the state, communities such as Lambani (Banjara) Golla, Bovi, Nayaka, Soliga, Kadukuruba, etc people who have been resident in lands such as forests, hilltops, private land, government pastoral etc, for many years. These people have been living in such areas for so many years and have not come to the mainstream of the society. To bring them back to the main channel of the society and to lead them on the path of development, it is necessary to provide the infrastructure required for such unrecorded habitation, hence this project. The main aim of this project is to declare unrecorded habitation consisting of minimum 50 houses as new revenue village, regularise and grant of land to dwelling house along with site thereof and land immediately appurtenant to the dwelling house.
"A flagship project of Karnataka State Government is a Land Records management system. The project was inaugurated in the year 2000. Bhoomi project is a model project of the nation in handling land records in computerized system. Under this project, all the manual RTCs which prevailed at the time of data entry were digitized and made available to the citizen. Facility is provided in the software to take the RTC & MR's printouts by paying the prescribed fee through e-payment, wherever Printer and Internet facility is available. All the ownership or any other changes in the RTCs are carried out by using Bhoomi software A web service has been provided to farmers/citizen to raise application for mutations like Inheritance, Podi, Pledge & Release, Alienation & Land Acquisition."
The Government of Karnataka aimed to bring the administration closer to the common man and also to provide affordable, speedier and efficient distribution of 53 services like caste and income certificate, social security pension, copies of RTC and Mutation etc to the public. In this regard the Atalji Janasnehi Kendra Project was launched in 2012. through 769 at Hobli centers.
To Provide Monthly Pension Assistance to Aged above 60 Yrs, Destitute Widows, Physically Challanged, Unmarried Women of BPL family & Tansgenders, Acid Victim Women Endosulfane Victims.
The sole purpose of the project is to rejuvenate ground water table by filling prominent MI tanks which seldom gets filled during monsoon. Filling of tanks in Kushtagi taluk of Koppal district by lifting water from Krishna River for ground water development and drinking water purpose. Project is envisaged to lift water from the fore shore of Narayanapur Reservoir (Basavasagara Reservoir) to fill 15 tanks in Kushtagi Taluk of Koppal District. Nidasheshi tank used as drinking water source. The contemplated utilization for the project is 0.526 TMC .
" The sole purpose of the project is to rejuvenate ground water table by filling tanks. The work of Filling of 38 tanks in Hoskote taluk, Bangalore Rural District from 25 MLD of secondary treated water from K.R.Puram(lift-1), Medihalli STP using 15 MLD of secondary treated water (Lift-2) and 3 MLD of secondary treated water from Kadugodi STP (Lift-3). The main purpose of this project is to feed 43MLD of STP water to 38 tanks of drought prone areas of Hoskote taluk of Bangalore Rural District which increases the under ground water table which in turn benefits the agricultural lands, by increasing the water levels in openwells borewells located in the downstream of the tank. The project is about laying of Raising main of total 51 KM estimated cost of Rs.149.85 Crores. The project is started on 08/02/2021 and will be compelete by 07/08/2022. "
• The Chief Minister's Kaushalya Karnataka Yojane (CMKKY) was launched in 2017-18 under the Skill Development Mission scheme. The State Skill Development Mission is headed by Hon’ble Chief Minister.
• The Karnataka State Rural Livelihood Mission has been named as ‘Sanjeevini’. The name also highlights Karnataka’s commitment to the programme as nothing short of infusing a fresh lease of life to the rural poor. • Sanjeevini is being implemented in the State through a registered society called the Karnataka State Rural Livelihood Promotion Society, Registered in 2011 and the program was rolled out from 2013-2014.
Construction of Elevated Structures (Viaduct & Station) of Length 19.15 kms (approx) from Bommasandra to R.V Road Station and till dead end including Road widening & allied works and 16 numbers of Elevated Metro Stations Viz, Bommasandra, Hebbagodi, Huskur Road, Electronic City-II, Electronic City-I, Hosa Road, Basapura Road, Chikkabegur, Muneshwara Nagar, Oxford College, HSR Layout and Central Silk Board, BTM Layout, Jayadeva Hospital, Ragigudd and RV Road in Reach-5 line of Bangalore Metro Rail Project Phase-2.
Construction of Elevated Structures (Viaduct & Station) of Length 3.14 kms (approx) from Nagasandra Station (excluding) to BIEC Station (incl) including road widening works & allied works and 3 numbers of Elevated Metro Stations Viz, Manjunathanagar, Jindal and BIEC in the extension of North side of N-S corridor of Bangalore Metro Rail Project Phase-2.
Construction and System Works of Elevated Structures (Viaduct & Station) of Length 9.58 km (approx) from Mysore Road Station dead end to Challaghatta Station including 7 numbers of Elevated Metro Stations Viz, Nayandahalli Station, Rajarajeshwarinagar Station, Jnanabharathi Station, Pattanagere Station, Kengeri Bus Terminal Station, Kengeri Station and Challaghatta Station in the extension of West side of E-W corridor.
Construction of Elevated Structures (Viaduct & Station) of Length 15.81 km (approx) from Baiyappanahalli Station (excl) to Whitefield Station (incl) including viaduct line entry to Whitefield Depot, road widening & allied works and 13 numbers of Elevated Metro Stations Viz, Jyothipuram, K.R.Puram, Mahadevapura, Garudacharpalya, Doddanakundi Industrial Area, Visvesvaraya Industrial Area, Kundanahalli, Vydehi Hospital, Sri satya Sai Hospital, ITPL, Kadugodi, Ujwala Vidyalaya and Whitefield in the extension of East side of E-W corridor of Bangalore Metro Rail Project Phase-2.
* Project length 148.17 kms (elivated 55.57 and at grade 92.60) * Cost of the project Rs. 15767 *Crores (PPP modal) * 4 corridors * 62 stations (elevated 22 at grade 40) *Private land required - 101.7 acres (cost Rs. 1419 Crores) Cost sharing 20:20:60 (GoI:GoK:Loan)
Trainings will be given to Primary and Secondary schools teachers to improve the quality of education under Samagra Shikshana Karnataka
In this Scheme Reimbursement of fee is made to Private schools, which gives admissions to socially and economically weaker section students under RTE act.
The Scheme provides hot cooked Mid-Day Meals to the children from 1st to 10th standards of Government and Aided schools on all working days of the school. In addition to this milk for these students for five days in a week is also provided.
The main objectives of this Scheme are to promote children's enrolment, to facilitate access to school and to improve self-confidence in the students by providing incentives to students like Free uniform & Free Text book
"Each district has constituted the District Mineral Foundation Trust (DMFT)wherein 10 and 30% of royalty on mineral are collected by lease holders and will be utlised for the development of directly and indirectly mining affected area Over view of programmes 1) Drinking water supply 2) Environment prevention and pollution control measures 3) Health care 4) Education 5) Welfare of woman & children including on their nutrition 6) Welfare of aged and disabled persons 7) Skill development 8) Sanitation 9) Physical infrastructure 10) Irrigation 11) Energy & water shed development 12) Any other measures for enhancing environmental quality in mining district "
"The Scheduled Castes land less agricultural labourers are provided land under land purchases scheme. The unit cost is Rs.15.00 lakhs out of which 50% subsidy and 50% loan at 6% interest repayable in 15 years. In Bangalore, Ramanagar, Kolar and Chikkaballapur Districts unit cost is Rs. 20.00 lakhs. Whatever extent of area is possible within the unit cost is provided."
"The scheme aims to encourage Scheduled Castes youth to take up self employment by providing loan and subsidy. Under Self employment scheme Rs. 25,000/- is given as loan and Rs.25,000/- as subsidy for micro economic activities. Under Bank linked scheme maximum Rs. 2.00 lakhs will be given as subsidy."
Irrigation facility is provided to small and marginal Scheduled Castes farmers by drilling borewells. Unit cost is Rs.3.50 lakhs out of which Rs. 3.00 lakhs subsidy and Rs.50000/- loan at 6% interest. In 6 Districts where ground water level is very low Rs.4.00 Lakh Subsidy and Rs. 50,000/- Loan.
Post Matric Scholarship includes day scholarship, Fee reimbursement & maintenance of hostellers. Scholarship is disbursed through state scholarship portal to the Aadhar seeded. Bank Account of the Scheduled Castes students.Fee re-imbursement is also provided for post matric students. Post matric annual income limit is Rs. 2.50 lakhs.
Scholarship is an incentive to the Scheduled Castes students to continue their studies, which may reduce dropout rate among students. Pre matric scholarship is disbursed through state scholarship portal to the Aadhar seeded Bank Account of the students. Pre matric - annual income limit is Rs. 6.00 lakhs.
Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)
Assistance for installation of drip/Sprinkler irrigation systems in farmers field
To provide residents in Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (herein after “BBMP”) area especially in 110 Villages with safe and stable water supply and sewerage services by carrying out construction of Water Treatment Plant and Sewerage Treatment Plants. Thereby improving living conditions of the residents as well as the investment environment in the concerned areas in BBMP in the state of Karnataka. The project is intended to provide 775 MLD of treated water supply and corresponding sewerage facilities of combined capacity of 125 MLD to the 110 villages and ULB’s areas of Bengaluru