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SEN-Farmer Friendly Initiatives – Desh ki Kisaan

In our mission to help farmers SEN-FFI, we are working on several initiatives through the SEN-NOV a 9-step process. Stand alone interventions however well-intentioned do not have the impact of a well coordinated initiative under good management. With an increasing level of social responsibility from individuals, institutions and corporates, this

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Guidelines for integrated housing & slum development programme (IHSDP)

Financing  Pattern Sl.No Description %  1 Unit Cost As per estimate of estimated cost  2 Individual  Bank Loan 10%  3 GOI Subsidy 80%  4 Beneficiary Contribution 10%     Eligibility a)  The beneficiary shall have 5 years of proven residence in the concerned Municipal Corporation/ Municipality and should enclose public documentary proof. b) The annual income of the beneficiary shall not exceed Rs.36,000/- per annum and should at least be

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Indiramma Urban permanent housing (UPH)

Financing  Pattern # Description Amount  1 Unit Cost  40,000  2 GOAP Loan 35,000  3 GOAP Subsidy 3,000  4 Beneficiary Contribution 2,000 Eligibility a)  He/She must be below poverty line. b) Annual Income shall not be more than     Rs.28,000/- c) He/She must have not benefited under any other Housing Scheme d) He/ She should possess title over land proposed for construction  of house. e) He/ She must have repayment capacity of loan

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Indira awaas yojana (IAY)

Financing  Pattern # Description Amount  1 Unit Cost 25,000  2 GOI Subsidy  18,750  3 GOAP Subsidy 6,250 Cost Break Up # Description Amount  1 For Home 20,000  2 Latrine  2,500  3 Infrastructure 2,500 Total 25,000 Priority Categories Free Bonded Labours, Ex- Servicemen, Physically Mentally/Challenged. People effected from natural calamities Eligibility a)  He/She must be below poverty line. b) Annual Income shall not be more than          Rs.20,000/- c) He/She must have not benefited under any other Housing Scheme d) He/ She should possess title over land

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Indiramma urban permanent housing (UPH)

Eligibility a)  He/She must be below poverty line. b) Annual Income shall not be more than     Rs.28,000/- c) He/She must have not benefited under any other Housing Scheme d) He/ She should possess title over land proposed for construction  of house. e) He/ She must have repayment capacity of loan in stipulated time period. Loan Repayment # Description Details  1 Repayment

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Indiramma – Rural semi permanent housing (SPR)

Financing  Pattern # Description Amount  1 Unit Cost  7,500  2 GOAP Subsidy  7,000  3 Beneficiary Contribution 500 Eligibility a) Scheme is meant exclusively for STs in interior and remote areas of all ITDAS. b) He/She must be below poverty line. c) Annual Income shall not be more than            Rs.20,000/- d) He/ She should possess title over land proposed for construction  of house. Mode of Construction He/She shall construct house

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Indiramma – Rural permanent housing (RPH)

Financing  Pattern # Description Amount  1 Unit Cost  25,000  2 GOAP Loan 17,500  3 GOAP Subsidy  7,000  4 Beneficiary Contribution 500 Eligibility a)  He/She must be below poverty line. b) Annual Income shall not be more than     Rs.20,000/- c) He/She must have not benefited under any other Housing Scheme d) He/ She should possess title over land proposed for construction  of house. e) He/She must have repayment capacity of loan in

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DOMWUA – Development of minority women in urban and rural areas

On the lines of DWACRA, the Corporation also provide Revolving Fund equivalent to their savings subject to a maximum of Rs 10,000/- to each group with condition that the all the group members should have regular saving and maintain required books. The Revolving Fund to the group is a grant. Eligibility

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NRHM – Village level health and sanitation committees

This scheme was started during the year 2006-07 with an objectives to ensure optimal use of health service in the village; improve participation of the village level health and sanitation committees in maintaining quality health services and sanitation; to prevent occurrence of epidemics in the villages. The Village Health and Sanitation

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