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Ministry of Women and Child Development08-March, 2013 17:41 IST
Restructuring of ICDS Scheme

In order to address various programmatic, management and institutional gaps and to meet administrative and operational challenges that had crept the ICDS over the years, Government approved the proposal for Strengthening and Restructuring of ICDS Scheme with an over-all budget allocation of Rs. 1,23,580 crore during 12th Five Year Plan. The Administrative Approvals in this regard have since been issued to the States/UTs.

 

Restructured and Strengthened ICDS will be rolled out in all the Districts in three years as per following details:

        I.            In 200 high burden districts in the first year (2012-13);

      II.            In additional 200 districts in second year (2013-14) (i.e. w.e.f. 1.4.2013) including districts from special category States and NER;

   III.            In remaining districts in third year (2014-15) (i.e. w.e.f. 1.4.2014).

 

The key features of Strengthened and Restructured ICDS inter-alia include addressing the gaps and challenges with (a) special focus on children under 3 years and pregnant and lactating mothers   (b) strengthening and repackaging of services including ,care and nutrition counseling services and care of severely underweight children (c) a provision for an additional Anganwadi Worker cum Nutrition Counselor for focus on children under 3 years of age and to improve the family contact, care and nutrition counseling for P&L Mothers in the selected 200 high-burden districts across the country, besides having provision of link worker, 5% crèche cum Anganwadi centre (d) focus on Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) (e) forging strong institutional and programmatic convergence particularly, at the district, block and village levels (f) models providing flexibility at local levels for community participation (g) introduction of APIP (h) improving Supplementary Nutrition Programme including cost revision, (i)  provision for construction and improvement of buildings of Anganwadi centres (j)  allocating adequate financial resources for other components including Monitoring and Management and Information System(MIS), Training and use of Information and communication technology (ICT), (k) to  put ICDS in a mission mode etc. and (l) revision of financial norms etc.

 

The Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme is a centrally sponsored Scheme implemented by States/UTs across the country.  The responsibility for implementation of ICDS Programme, providing supplementary nutrition under it and management thereof rests with States/UTs. The complaints received in respect of misuse/irregularities in procurement/distribution of supplementary nutrition and other shortcoming/anomalies under ICDS Scheme are forwarded to concerned States/UTs for taking appropriate action.  Complaints which are serious in nature, report from State Governments/UT Administrations is sought.  During the last calendar year, 69 complaints  - State of Uttar Pradesh (23), Bihar (13), Rajasthan (6), Delhi (6), Jharkhand (4), Haryana (3), Maharashtra (3), Odisha (3), Assam (2), Madhya Pradesh (2), Uttrakhand (1), Andhra Pradesh (1), Chhattisgarh (1) and A&N Island (1) - were received in respect of misuse/irregularities in procurement/distribution of supplementary nutrition and other shortcoming/anomalies under ICDS Scheme.

 

The complaints of such irregularities are forwarded to the concerned State Governments for remedial action.  During review meetings, the States/UTs are also requested for improving all services under ICDS Scheme including Supplementary Nutrition Programme.  The Government of India has also introduced five tier monitoring and supervision mechanism at National, State, District, Block and Anganwadi level and issued guidelines on 31.3.2011 for better implementation of the ICDS Scheme including SNP. 

 

Whenever any shortcomings are noticed during the course of visits to the States, these are addressed through letters and review meetings to remove the deficiencies and to improve the implementation of the Scheme. 

 

Strengthening and Restructuring of ICDS is also a step in the direction to improve the services under ICDS.   

 

A statement indicating funds released and utilized by the State Governments/UTs, under ICDS (General & Training) and SNP, during the last three years and current year (upto 28.2.2013) is mentioned below.

 

STATEMENT SHOWING STATE-WISE (INCLUDING STATE SHARE) ICDS SCHEME (GENERAL & Training)  DURING  LAST THREE YEARS AND CURRENT YEAR (2009-10, 2010-11 ,2011-12 & 2012-13 (AS ON 28.02.2012)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rs.in lakhs

 

 

 

 

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Sl. No.

STATE

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

Funds released (as on 28.02.2013)

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

ANDHRA PRADESH

36306.76

40007.13

36639.25

36852.43

44587.98

61234.05

59249.75

58436.29

2

BIHAR

29764.48

32710.1

25185.2

29650.4

46456.23

44176.11

48471.56

11289.92

3

CHHATTISGARH

14393.91

14381.15

12064.647

16233.02

23787.53

28526.95

28882.43

11654.89

4

GOA

839.01

827.87

802.74

802.05

846.52

1117.4

1141.79

863.44

5

GUJARAT

15987.35

21081.8

18932.53

22249.69

44276.04

39130.09

31092.56

25029.78

6

HARYANA

8176.56

11018.88

10817.842

11673.88

16360.93

17047.46

22840.8

13602.78

7

HIMACHAL PRADESH

7088.51

8336.86

8727.11

8702.19

11903.95

13211.73

10109.08

3431.99

8

JAMMU & KASHMIR

8329.08

8383.48

14751.62

10596.73

15008.35

13144.46

13249.95

19325.35

9

JHARKHAND

12891.82

14360.21

17918

15304.85

20501.65

14841.55

15816.91

18932.91

10

KARNATAKA

21036.48

22841.08

19388.69

26410.23

45102.14

39282.64

30727.02

28296.77

11

KERALA

14287.04

14189.21

12751.76

16581.9

29615.76

26269.61

16442.6

12274.93

12

MADHYA PRADESH

20518.38

34346.56

31172.69

38211.43

40554.56

63100.15

80885.98

43350.71

13

MAHARASHTRA

32238.38

47432.87

42503.36

47659.35

76225.79

95934.75

75230.32

64923.80

14

ORISSA

22504.1

20791.79

21677.68

24640.66

36038.97

32265.04

31757.15

28141.83

15

PUNJAB

9260.96

10582.99

11832.38

12602.77

17257.36

20378.68

17050.01

10029.89

16

RAJASTHAN

22550.03

20466.87

17014.35

24500.33

32506.33

39457.64

46196.82

25316.06

17

TAMIL NADU

17967.07

23734.47

26319.84

22183.2

37210.68

23097.61

23442.3

21472.39

18

UTTARAKHAND

3717.73

5281.32

3857.79

5242.07

10502.09

9166.67

9168.4

6924.88

19

UTTAR PRADESH

51542.93

55950.04

48631.35

62800.77

90164.50

67208.57

105664.72

87125.91

20

WEST BENGAL

37016.49

37362.32

30717.03

40899.48

79235.59

67029.52

53847.98

26227.07

21

DELHI

3209.81

3014.83

3644.46

3526.1

4918.64

7356.48

7585.11

5973.73

22

PONDICHERRY

249

303.84

355.54

350.62

712.40

385.32

362.01

308.65

23

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

291.63

292.06

325.3

328.99

599.93

589.87

444.83

315.80

24

CHANDIGARH

254.5

252.29

244.45

244.45

438.27

438.27

432.13

302.95

25

D. & NAGAR HAVELI

129.84

126.57

137.53

129.94

145.33

134.82

121.34

91.24

26

DAMAN & DIU

56.55

56.65

58.18

58.16

82.47

82.47

63.1

51.00

27

LAKSHADWEEP

121.03

75.87

27.49

96.87

169.83

171.87

101.91

7.50

28

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

3178.72

3521.15

6391.528

4720.91

7015.96

7743.82

5738.71

3666.78

29

ASSAM 

23849.59

19010.81

36402.43

29525

38663.02

46138.11

46796.39

32336.53

30

MANIPUR

3387.5

2464.68

3707.71

3783.96

5924.06

5393.12

4754.42

1896.90

31

MEGHALAYA

2102.15

2560.51

2482.89

2448.01

3536.73

3694.15

3339.48

1602.28

32

MIZORAM

2089.23

1693.57

2315.96

2131.7

2714.42

2567.23

1871.15

2547.44

33

NAGALAND

5025.41

2530.22

2264.01

4578.34

5930.26

4555.11

2660.74

3530.75

34

SIKKIM

683.53

647.6

503.29

724.62

772.27

1061.33

1021.23

595.73

35

TRIPURA

7398.195

3329.42

8132.205

4306.4

6489.28

5981.08

5372.54

2641.93

 

Total

438443.76

483967.07

478698.83

530751.50

796255.82

801913.73

801933.22

572520.8

36

LIC for AKBY

691.80

 

742.00

 

663.72

 

472.18

 

37

KSY

3626.27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

NIPCCD for CMU

 

 

 

 

50.68

 

 

 

 

Gr. Total

442761.83

483967.07

479440.83

530751.50

796970.22

801913.73

802405.40

572520.80

 

 

 

STATEMENT SHOWING STATE-WISE (INCLUDING STATE SHARE) UNDER SNP  DURING  LAST THREE YEARS (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 & current year 2012-13 upto 28.02.2013) )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rupees in Lakh

 

 

 

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Sl. No.

State/UT

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States

(including State Share)

Funds released

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

Funds released   (as on 28.02.2013)

Exp. Reported by States (including State Share)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

Andhra Pradesh

31285.7

52316.99

16003.74

69979.08

48307.39

87975.62

37662.71

53660.84

2

Bihar

40695.19

92263.92

48335.94

57052.77

35452.88

77217.2

46532.02

73246.54

3

Chhattisgarh

7461.68

21324.67

14211.95

25938.16

14714.72

30150.63

14092.83

11127.56

4

Goa

375.94

918.75

418.23

778.84

410.97

775.22

314.32

372.55

5

Gujarat

8696.39

24690.5

11985.65

42046.64

36389.64

47957.78

23377.77

34732.20

6

Haryana

6884.01

14571

5211.6

11006.76

6391.63

12275.3

7365.95

9619.16

7

Himachal Pradesh

2939.36

5939.35

2466.48

4977.92

2819.49

5638.74

2966.00

4124.44

8

Jammu & Kashmir

1671.09

0

1949.78

 

1949.76

5132.94

1949.77

266.67

9

Jharkhand

16893.64

53308

23438.78

35997.11

12136.86

31917.69

18786.19

21245.34

10

Karnataka

26325.26

56641.93

23585.19

54587.07

31664.85

58234.82

24787.96

31585.72

11

Kerala

7545.81

15826.29

8071.33

14734.74

7459.55

6807.06

4503.83

6980.42

12

Madhya Pradesh

22339.36

51990.71

38917.63

89736.4

52322.73

89365.76

57573.72

77006.71

13

Maharashtra

20350.12

48660

20350.12

73509.16

66743.56

109818.25

54568.47

48306.74

14

Orissa

13968.2

32185.78

19490.01

47782.7

32289.69

54602.92

27463.28

43559.26

15

Punjab

1748.03

8825.7

4402.84

7090.7

9001.16

10353.44

4475.86

6970.46

16

Rajasthan

11014.23

30464.83

20449.06

45138.71

26747.43

50048.53

23084.54

35972.84

17

Tamil Nadu

13268

26558

12395.76

38109

17072.64

24892.23

18113.45

34694.00

18

Uttar Pradesh

86778.09

178809.82

138267.06

271960.07

131600.18

268028.07

119286..46

162529.15

19

Uttarakhand

740.47

1488.21

1303.6

2960.61

1313.2

3976.34

1041.80

1344.26

20

West Bengal

13577.01

55101.17

35274

67097.58

36926.45

66031.39

30376.51

43349.15

21

A & N Islands

144.8

511.84

106.95

428.98

120.8

497.16

130.34

401.37

22

Chandigarh

193.78

216.31

129.88

279.89

189.23

425.55

253.72

342.14

23

Dadra & N Haveli

91.58

55.3

62.9

84.35

53.1

0

83.44

0.00

24

Daman & Diu

50.37

179.63

33.58

66.63

32.38

181.14

93.42

73.20

25

Lakshadweep

42.87

 

29.69

78.69

29.69

151.48

44.53

55.90

26

Delhi

4171.53

6878.7

4004.05

8960.11

2017.3

9140

5024

11102.52

27

Pondicherry

139.91

462.19

395.95

643.34

1016.39

663.22

0

152.34

28

Arunachal Pradesh     

856.32

956.32

3047.89

3847.26

2760.74

3454.97

2746.72

1964.43

29

Assam

17660.74

17590.73

21579.99

19135.31

30082.76

37635.4

25257.04

28459.27

30

Manipur

1477.61

2422.45

4449.6

5249.6

2248.3

2248.3

2946.24

0.00

31

Meghalaya

5301

6972.28

5650.42

6408.03

5953.12

6585.16

3702.02

3702.02

32

Mizoram

2020.79

2496.63

2241.65

2726.65

1867.08

2502.08

2483.49

1700.62

33

Nagaland

2658.79

3304.66

4782.37

5282.37

4855.6

4855.6

2516.84

1749.53

34

Sikkim

794.39

622.59

362.44

838.23

563.44

907.42

650.54

97.74

35

Tripura

2851.68

3617.54

3464.4

4089.09

6746.08

7167.66

2127.24

1575.52

 

Total

373013.74

818172.79

496870.51

1018602.6

630250.79

1117615.07

566383.02

752080.61

 

This was stated by Smt. Krishna Tirath, Minister for Women and Child Development, in a written reply to the Lok Sabha today.

****

MV

 

 


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