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SCHEME ON HOLD

The scheme is funded by Ministry of Agriculture & Cooperation, Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Government of India (100% Centrally Sponsored). The scheme is being implemented in State w.e.f. 2010-11 onwards. The salient features of the Scheme are:

  • Strengthening of infrastructure, human resource, institutions and rearers’ organizations for rapid improvement of these species.
  • Creation of Venture Capital Fund to foster area/ cluster based integrated Development as a viable commercial activity.
  • Developing a skill pool of NGOs for taking up development projects on PPP mode.
  • Resource mapping in identified districts for sheep, goat & rabbit in terms of raw material source as well as consumption pattern and potential.

 

Schemes Undertaken under IDSRR:

  • Revival of Potential Farms:

Strengthening of Sheep Breeding Farm- Proposal for strengthening of SBF Reasi

  • Innovative Projects:
  • Project Proposals for Embryo Transfer Technology to be implemented jointly by Sheep Husbandry Department & SKUAST-J.
  • Organized Sheep and Goat Farming (Credit linked, funding through NABARD):
      • Scheme to be implemented during remaining period of 11th FYP in all districts of State.
      • Beneficiaries shall be SHGs, individuals, unemployed youth, preference to women, SCs and STs.
      • NGOs selected by NABARD shall identify beneficiaries; act as facilitators for training of beneficiaries and sponsorship of cases to banks.
      • Provision of Sheep/ Goat rearing units of 25 ewes/ does + 1 ram/ buck at estimated cost of Rs. 1.00 lacs where backend subsidy of 33.33% shall be provided & margin money 10% (Rs. 0.10 lac) shall be arranged by beneficiary & Rs. 0.90 lac shall be Bank Loan.
      • Provision of Sheep/ Goat breeding farms of 500 ewes/ does + 25 rams/ bucks at estimated cost of Rs. 25.00 lacs where backend subsidy of 33.33% shall be provided & margin money 25% (Rs. 6.25 lac) shall be arranged by beneficiary & Rs. 18.75 lac shall be Bank Loan.

Objective

  • To encourage sheep/goat rearing farmers to go in for commercial rearing rather than subsistence farming by providing incentives for performance.
  • The production performance of native breeds will be improved by regular selection and culling based on measurable indicators.
  • Facilitate marketing based on acceptable norms so that producer gets fair share of the price paid by ultimate consumer for the meat.
  • To encourage value addition of the products locally and help farmer realize a better income from the animal.

Implementing period and area of operation

  • The scheme will be implemented during the remaining XI Plan Period with a focus on 8 districts of Assam viz. Barpeta, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Kamrup, Nalbari, Lakhimpur and Nagoan. The State Level Sanction and Monitoring Committee (SLSMC) can include new areas in the State taking into account potential in such areas.

Eligibility
Individual farmers and SHGs. Preference would be given for traditional shepherds, women, SCs and STs. NGOs, Companies would be eligible for breeding farms with preference for those who have organised the farmers into groups for taking up rearing of small ruminants and rabbits.


Project costs and ceiling on capital subsidy

The indicative project costs and ceiling on Capital Subsidy is given as:


Sr. No

Component

Total Financial Outlay
(Rs. lacs)

Ceiling on Capital Subsidy

1

Rearing of sheep and goat (40+2)

1.00

33.33% of the outlay subject to a maximum of Rs. 33,300/-

2

Sheep and goat breeding units (500+25)

25.00

33.33% of the outlay subject to a maximum of Rs. 8.33 lakh.

Funding Pattern

  • Entrepreneur contribution (margin) minimum 10% in the case of rearing units and minimum 25% of the outlay in case of breeding units.
  • Subsidy 33.33% of the outlay as per the eligibility subject to ceiling as indicated above.

 Linkage with Credit
Assistance under the scheme would be purely credit linked and subject to sanction of the project by eligible financial institutions.


Eligible Financial Institutions

  • Commercial Banks
  • Regional Rural Banks
  • State Cooperative Banks
  • State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks
  • Such other institutions, which are eligible for refe….. from NABARD  

Sanction of loans from the banks
Banks shall appraise the projects as per their norms and after sanction of the loans apply through their controlling offices to the Regional Office of NABARD.


Sanction and release of capital Subsidy

  • NABARD will scrutinize the claim proposals and ensure that those, which satisfy the terms and conditions, laid down in the guidelines only are put up to State Level Sanction and Monitoring Committee (SLSMC) for sanction.
  • Adjustment of subsidy in borrower's account : The subsidy released to the banks will be kept in a separate subsidy reserve fund account. The adjustment of subsidy will be back ended. Accordingly, bank loan including subsidy amount would be disbursed as loan by the banks. The repayment schedule will be drawn on the loan amount in such a way that the total subsidy amount is adjusted after repayment of bank loan component.

Repayment period and recovery of loan
The repayment period of loan will be upto maximum of 9 years including grace period of 2 years.


Rate of Interest and Security
Rate of interest on term loan and security shall be as per RBI guidelines and declared policy of the bank in this regard.


Monitoring and other conditions

  • The participating banks will adhere to the norms of appraising the projects regarding technical feasibility and commercial/financial viability.
  • The banks should ensure insurance of the assets created under the project, wherever required.
  • A signboard displaying “Assisted by Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying and Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India through NABARD” will be exhibited at the unit.

Implementation of IDSRR (Year wise targets and achievements)

Year

Target

Achievement

%age

 

A/C

Amount

A/C

Amount

 

2014-15

913

2220.42

127

149.23

7%

   
     
     
     
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