MEDAK DISTRICT - TRIBAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT AT SANGAREDDY
National Commission for Schedule Tribes
REVIEW OF THE SCHEMES IMPLEMENTED FOR THE WLEFARE OF STs IN THE DISTRICT
( Rs. In Lakhs)
1. Name of the District : Medak
2. Total population of District : 2670097 (According to 2001 Census)
( Male = 1352446)
3. Population of Scheduled Tribe : 134533
3. Percentage of literacy according to the latest census (2001)
Dist. Literacy =
Male = 27.65
Female = 16.27
4. Do all the children below 14 years attend the school?
Out of 3,99,361 - 3,95,671 have enrolled 99.07%
5. What is the percentage of enrollment at elementary school level ?
6. What is the percentage of dropouts at elementary school level.
7. What is the percentage of children attending middle school level?
8. What is the percentage of dropouts at middle schoool level?
9. What is the centage of dropouts at High School lvel?
10. What is the number of hostels run and maintianed by the Department of Social Welfare for STs?
Note:- 1. ST Boarders staying in SW Hostels out of
total strength 9531 maintained
Note:- 2. ST Boarders staying in BC Hostels out of
total strength 6567 maitained
11. How much amout is spent per boarder per month?
Note:- 1. Diet Charges Upto 7th class 435 8 th to 10th 535
2. Cosmetic charges for girls Upto 7th 55 8th to 10th 75
12 Do all the SC/ST students receive pre-matriculation scholarship?
13. What is the total number of post matriculationscholarships sanctioned during 2005-06 to 2009-10 and what is the amount disbursed?
(b) Amount disbursed
14. Indicate the efforts taken to sanction and disburse scholarship amounts in time?
District Gazetted Officers have been involved in verification of status of students to avoid delay and
to speed up the sanction of scholarships through Online
15. Do you feel the above arrangements are adquate?
16. What is the number of students who receive scholarship under the scheme of pre-matric scholarship to children of parents involved unclean occupation and the amount disbursed during
17. What is the total number of agricultural farmers?
Millets, Sugar Cane, Paddy, Cotton, Maize, Jowar, Sunflower, Soyabeen
19. Do they follow the improved method of agriculture?
Yes the farmers are provided with Drip & Sprinklers schemes through APMIP, Annexure enclosed
horticulture schemes for improved vegetables cultivation, Organic forming and Polambadi.
Followed the improved methods of agriculture and practicing IPM as per the guidelines of the
20. What is the total number of landless agricultural labourers in the district?
21. What is the nature of occupation they take up?
Agricultural and allied sectors such as Poultry, Dairy, Lumbering, Vegitable & Fruit Vending and
162510 No. of Job cards issued to SC/STs to work under NREGS.
22. What are your suggestions to imporve their economic conditions?
Actived Coordination with NREGS will enable the landless STs to improve their livelihood. The lands
belonging to STs will be developed for sustainable agricultural practices and agricultural alied
23. what is the number of ST educated unemployed who have registered their names with the employment exchange? (Specify as on 31st March, 2011)
24. Out of the above, please Indicate the number of individuals in the following category
25. Does the SC./ST Principal Corporation have any special schemes for such individuals?
SC - Service Co-Op. Society
26. Does the SC/ST Financial Corporation have any special schemes for such individuals?
27. What is the number of SC/ST colonies in this district without proper drainage facilities. Toilets, etc.,
Construction of 6000 Mts. Length (drainage facility) to SL colonies & 4000 Mts. Length to ST
colonies has to be done
28. What is the number of house site pattas distributed to the SCs/STs duringthe last 10 years (Taluka.Mandal wise which of land given per head)?
ST's = 27466
Total 4682.33 Gunta
29. What is the number of house sites where houses have been constructed (Mandal wise information)?
Phase-I, II, III
G.O. - 171
30. Are there rural cooperative housing societies for the SCs/STs (if so please furnish details)?
----------- NIL -------------
31. Is there any special programms for the construction of housesof these sites?
----------- NIL -------------
32. How many SC/ST colonies do not have link roads?
33. Are there any special schemes for the prupose?
YES through NREGs and RIAD (NABARD)
34. How many villages do not have street lights?
All the SC & ST localities in the District are having street lights
35. What is the programme of the Government to provide this facility?
The Gram Panchayats are providing street lights from their General funds in the ST localities.
36. How many villages do not have potable drinking water?
All the ST localities in the District are having potable drinking water.
37. What is the programme of the Government to cover all the vilalgs by the facility?
OHSR's / Mini water tanks / Pipe lines are being constructing by
the government in SC/ST colonies from TFC/
SFC/BRGF/ZP/GP/MPP/MLA/MP and other Government funds
where the water tanks and pipe lines are required
38. Are they getting the essential provisions like rice, wheat, kerosence etc.l from the public distribution system?
Yes they are getting every month essential commodities in their respective area through Fair Price
39. Are the fair price shops under the under the PDS being provided in all the SC/ST clomes where the required no. of family cards are available?
Yes Most of the F.P. Shops existing in the SC/ST colonies/Tandas in the district. If any F.P. shop
required in SC/ST colonies through the recommendation of the concerned RDO FP Shops will be
40. Have all the SC/ST villages in the district, particularly in tribal habitations been covered by health facilities?
There are many Tribal Habitations in Narayankhed & Narsapur sectors where in
our services are reaching them through ASHAs and ANMs. We have 8 PHCs
(Kangti, Karasgutti,Manoor, Nizampet, Shankarampet-A, Sirgapur, Kowdipally
and Reddypally) in that area covering entire Tribal population.
41. Are there any diseases, which specifically affect the SCs/STs? (Please furnish the number of details reported among the SCs/STs due to malnutrition and due to contagious diseases).
We do not have any reports of specific disorders or diseases pertaining to only ST
Community in the District. there are 1 or 2 reports of food poisoning cases where in the
people ate stale food.
As far as deaths are concerned no death reported in 2010-11 & 2011-12 so far
due to contagious diseases.
Under Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) in 2010-11 2480 in 2011-12 380 women
were paied with Rs.700 each.
42. Do all the SC/ST villages have their own burial ground?
Most of the ST villages are not having their own burial grounds
43. If not how to they dispose of the dead bodies?
They are disposing the dead bodies in the combined burial grounds and in their own lands
No specific problems are noticed in the matter.
45. Are there double tumbler system prevalent in the villages? If so the no. of such villagtes and the action taken by the Govternment to abolish the same?
46. Are there any other form of untouchability practiced? If so what are the steps taken by district administration? Wheter untouchability prone areas have been identifed?
47. How many community certificates have been referred to the Collector's office for verification (Please indicate the present status of such cases)?
Received Forwarde Balance
concerned concerned concerne verificati
48. Mention the no. of cases booked during the last 3 calender years under the PCR Act and the POA Act separetely and their presnet stage?
49. Is there the practices of cleaning dry latrine in the district by the safai karamacharis?
There are no practive of cleaning dry latrine in this district by the safai karmacharis
50. Do people take to conversion of the dry latrines to flush out/pour flush latrines?
Yes Awareness has seen created by the Panchayat Secretary's / RWS Dept and NGOs for
construction of ISLs ST colonies and they are construing ISL's from the funds released by
the Government there are no dry latrines existing.
51. Do you think that the programme is popular?
The people in ST colonies are using individual sanitary latrines and the system of dry
latrines is not in existence.
52. If not what is the suggestion of the Collector in this regard?
53. Was there any social unrest in this district during the last 10 years/ If so, give the details thereof.
A struggle is going on for a Separate Telangana State since 2001
54. Give details of allocation and expenditure under each scheme in the district - furnish separate details from State Plan (TSP) and Special Cental Assistance(SCA).
Funds Allocation &
as on date
State Plan (TSP) and Special Central Assistance (SCA)
55. What are the suggestions of the District Collector to improve the socio economic conditions of the SCs/STs?
• Women empowerment is very much necessary to improve the Socio economical conditions of the SC & STs in the scheduled areas.
• The functioning of primary health centers in scheduled areas should be improved.
• Institutional Deliveries should be encouraged: Create awareness among the tribal pregnant women on general gynaic problems at the time of delivery and encourage them to
• Family disputes have to be resolved through arbitrators / Legal aid programmes.
• Regulate child marriages especially in Scheduled Tribes so as to avoid early age sickness in the women.
• Increase the literacy rate in tribal areas, the drop outs must be reduced to the minimum and see that the children should attend the school regularly.
• Ensure skill development of the women in tribal areas and make them to do their business on their own confidently.
• Periodical review should be conducted and feed back must be taken from the members of Self Help Groups, Close supervision is needed for effective implementation of Government schemes.
• Middleman / Mediator interference should be eliminated at the time of selling of Minor Forest Product in scheduled areas.
• Off season work should be provided so as to enable them to get some income.
• Employment Guarantee scheme should be implemented effectively.
• To reduce the Indebt ness of the SC & STs and regulate the role of money lenders through the Acts in force
• Illicit Lickers must be banned in tribal areas.
• Credit facilities should be provided to each family with out Collateral agreements so as to avoid money lenders role.
• Minor irrigation shall be improved so as to cultivate the land of SCs & STs and improve the productivity.
• Watershed programmes should be implemented effectively.
• Land reforms should be implemented in tribal areas effectively.
• Tribal Act i.e. Implementation of 1/70 Act should enforced effectively
• A.P. Micro Finance Institution (Regulation of money lending) Act 2010 should be enforced effectively.
• The improvement of Social & Economical conditions in general and in STs & SCs mostly depend on Social sector i.e. health, education, drinking water, sanitation and women empowerment.
56. Is there child labour in this district" If so, please furnish the details viz the industries/.Occupation. In which they are employed and the action taken by the State Government to prevent it?
There are no Child Labour found working in organised sectors (Industries / Factories). Where as
child labour is still reported in Shops & Establishments domestic help and agricultural activities the
District. Where ever the Child Labour detected in Shops & Establishments prosecutions being
initiated. During the year 2010 (354) Child Labour detected and legal action initiated, filling the
claims and prosecutions and And during the months from January 2011 to July 2011 (293) cases
were detected claims were filed and prosecutions are initiated.;
A Special initiative was taken up by the District Collector by involving all important functioneries like
NCLP, Labour Dept.,RVM , UNICEF and other NGOs in the district. 6706 out of school children were
identified & enrolled during a special drive held in the month of June and July 2011 only 865
childrens have to be enrolled. Further 73 cases registered by Labour Department under Child
Labour Act in the month of August 2011. District Collector has been closly monitoring to see that
the district is Child Labour free in the near future.
57. a) No. of Anganwadi Center/Midday meal schemes in ST lahabitates.
ST Main = 114 and Mini Anganwadies = 210, Total = 324 centers , Total beneficiaries = 13706
( ST Anganwadi Centre's - Mini Agrl) 698 SC, 150 ST
b) No. of SC/St children benefitting from such schemes.
ST Beneficiaries 36,548 SC ; 17055 ST
c) NO. of SC/St habitats which do not have Anganwadi Govt. Schools Center/Midday meal scheme?
ST NIL - Govt. School midday meal beneficiaries:-
SC - 67,207
d) No. of children in 0-6 yrs. ATGe group among SC/ST children who do not have access to Anganwadi center/Midday meal scheme?
58. a) Allotment of Forest Land Pattas to Schedule Tribes i.e. regularization of Forest encrochement (Non of claimants and area involved in Hs)
MEDAK DISTRICT 0 2.5 RoFr Act: Approval and Grant of Tital Deed by DLC
b) Minor Forest Produces - access of Schedule Tribes.
59. a) Is Rule of Reservation implemented in the Panchayat Raj Institutions for Scheduled Tribes and are
6% seats are reserved for STs in Gram Panchayats in Medak District in which (59)
Sarpunchas are STs (568) ward members from 1995 onwards
b) Whether Rule of Reservation in Government offices in the district incluing Police, RTC Educational
The rule of reservation is maintained and roaster register also is maintained.
60. Information may also be furnished on the following issues.
a) SHGs of ST Women and their activities
• In the Medak District 2,390 ST Self Help Groups consisting of 28,675 women are existing.
• The majority of ST SHGs are concentrated in 17 mandals in Medak, Narayankhed and Narsapur Clusters.
The following are the activities of ST SHG Women in the district
1. Dairy2. Milk Products3. Agriculture labor4. Rearing cattle / poultry ( Sheep, Goat and Cows )5. Vegetable cultivation 6. Pulses cultivation 7. Minor irrigation8. leasing of Sugarcane crops9. Transportation of Sugarcane from fields to Factory on Bullock carts10. Forest products11. Bricks making
2390 ST SHGs existing. Activities are livestock rearing, Agriculture and allied activities.
with active Cooperation from nationalised banks.
b) Extent and role of Cooperatives among tribal groups in various ocupations.
Term loans and crop loans to farmers, bank linkage for various Economic Supprort Schemes
through District Cooperative central banks & ICDP programme
c) Self Employment Schemes to STs under various employment generation schemes and the approach of land banks towards ST applicants.
Swarnajayanthi Gram Sswarozgar Yojana Scheme is a holistic approach towards poverty
eradication in rural areas through creation of self-employment opportunities to the rural
Swarozgaries. It is designed to help poor rural families to cross the poverty line. This is
achieved through providing income generating assets and inputs to the target groups
through a package of assistance consisting of subsidy and bank loan.
During the year 2010-11 an amount of Rs.128.38 lakhs were sanctioned to 1284 SC/ST
POPs @ 10,000/- each), 1490 Milch Animals @ 10,000/- per unit has been sanctioned to the
1490 SC/ST beneficiaries. Under SGSY Individual Income Generation Activity 110 units
were earmarked for SC/STs in which the subsidy portion per each unit is Rs.10,000/-.
Further Rs.90.00 lakhs also released to SC/ST beneficiaries under Income Generation
During the year 2011-12 an amount of Rs 130.00 lakhs released under 50% SC ST POP.
Employment Generation and Marketing Mission (EGMM) established to provide
employment to literate and illiterate unemployed youth of SHG families by giving training
and skill development.
During the year 2010-2011, 38 Job melas were conducted in the district to provide
employment to Rural Youth in various companies. 5,632 candidates provided placements
in various companies directly and imparted trainings to them.
During the year 2011-2012, 554 candidates provided placements in various companies
directly and imparted trainings to them.
Employment generation is done through Rajiv Yuva Shakti, Pashu Kranthi, SGSY,
Econonomic Supprort Scheme by TRICOR
d) Activity profile of DRDA in tribal habitations.
District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) is the principal agency to implement poverty
alleviation programmes at District level. Under Chairmanship of the District Collector,
DRDA is implementing number of programmes for eradicating of Rural poverty. Indira
Kranthi Patham (IKP) is the programme being implemented by the DRDA in Andhra
Self Help Groups (SHGs):
Before commencement of the IKP project, the DRDA started formation of Self Help
Groups. After implementation of the project the formation of groups is accelerated. At
present there are 40,214 Self Help Groups consisting of 4,82,568 members in the District
out of this No.of STs groups are 2,413 and No.of SCs groups are 7,641. All 40,214 are
federated into 1,470 Village Organizations, 46 Mandal Samakhyas and One Zilla
The Zilla Samakhya review and advise the Mandal Samakhya on implementation of
various schemes of IKP-DRDA for effective grounding.
IKP has been planning, Co-ordinating and Monitoring various Economic Support Schmes
and self employement schemes through banks
e) Media coverage & monitoring on the ST developmental activities in the district
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