DMF

IAS Prelims 2023


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Ministry of Mines has circulated guidelines for Pradhan MantriKhanijKshetraKalyan Yojna (PMKKKY) on 16.09.2015 to be implemented by the District Mineral Foundations (DMF) for taking up development and welfare projects/programs in mining affected areas. As per PMKKKY guidelines, at least 60% of the funds are to be spent on High Priority areas and up to 40% of the fund are to be spent on other priority activities. Government of Odisha has notified Odisha District Mineral Foundation (DMF) Rules on 18.8.2015 and subsequently amended the rules on 15.1.2016, 22.2.2016 and 01.10.2018.

Further, following directions have been issued by the Ministry to all the States for effective utilization of DMF funds –

  1. Vide order dated 23.04.2021 to include MPs, MLAs and MLCs in the Governing Council of DMF and District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner/District Collector of the District as Chairman of Governing Council and Managing Committee of DMF.
  1. Vide order dated 12.7.2021the fund available in DMF shall not be transferred to State exchequer or State level fund etc.
  1. Vide order dated 24.06.2022 for preparation of five year perspective plan for implementations of works using DMF funds.

Details of total expenditure from DMF Funds is enclosed as Annexure Iand work done in last 3 years in Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj Districts is enclosed as Annexure IA and IB respectively.

 

 

 

(Till March 2020)

(Till March 2021)

(Till March 2022)

Sr. No.

Name of District

Amount Collected
(in Cr.)

Total Amount Spent
(In Cr.)

Amount Collected
(in Cr.)

Total Amount Spent
(In Cr.)

Amount Collected
(in Cr.)

Total Amount Spent
(In Cr.)

1

Angul

1380.01

695.97

1661.45

1053.69

2149.81

1351.03

2

Bolangir

1.08

0.00

1.40

0.30

1.93

0.42

3

Balasore

4.99

0.76

5.31

1.19

5.86

2.54

4

Bargarh

10.25

6.02

12.46

6.04

14.84

7.01

5

Bhadrak

0.08

0.00

0.08

0.08

0.08

0.08

6

Boudh

0.31

0.04

0.56

0.04

0.67

0.04

7

Cuttack

2.48

0.00

2.86

0.00

3.63

0.00

8

Deogarh

0.11

0.00

0.14

0.00

0.38

0.00

9

Dhenkanal

35.71

23.88

43.52

34.43

55.18

44.72

10

Gajapati

0.88

0.43

1.11

0.65

1.38

0.67

11

Ganjam

19.26

0.00

25.03

10.50

31.33

21.58

12

Jagatsinghpur

0.57

0.23

0.57

0.23

0.62

0.43

13

Jajpur

971.25

289.53

1120.24

553.04

1500.62

621.62

14

Jharsuguda

715.79

350.95

848.40

613.99

998.46

811.98

15

Kalahandi

30.83

2.83

31.80

5.13

51.44

8.77

16

Kandhamal

0.52

0.15

0.62

0.18

0.69

0.18

17

Kendrapara

0.43

0.05

0.50

0.05

0.55

0.05

18

Keonjhar

4408.43

1301.28

5500.22

2201.73

7828.18

3034.77

19

Khurdha

0.81

0.21

0.83

0.21

1.73

0.50

20

Koraput

191.36

88.22

244.70

123.38

315.32

167.78

21

Malkangiri

1.35

0.00

2.77

0.15

3.95

0.18

22

Mayurbhanj

66.57

4.71

83.48

49.59

106.66

74.55

23

Nawarangpur

1.28

0.75

1.31

1.17

1.31

1.17

24

Navagarh

0.43

0.00

0.80

0.00

1.19

0.00

25

Nuapada

0.32

0.00

0.58

0.03

0.80

0.07

26

Puri

0.14

0.04

0.15

0.04

0.17

0.04

27

Rayagada

111.68

27.43

141.67

65.37

188.21

90.79

28

Sambalpur

2.91

2.08

4.79

1.54

33.15

1.54

29

Sonepur

0.15

0.00

0.18

0.00

0.21

0.00

30

Sundergarh

2024.79

659.56

2775.83

1371.71

4608.95

2820.85

Total

9984.77

3455.12

12513.36

6094.46

17907.32

9063.37

 

No of Projects Sanctioned and Amount Spent Sector Wise – Keonjhar

S.N.

Sectorwise work

Till March 2020

Till March 2021

Till March 2022

 

A.High Priority Activities

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

1

Drinking Water Supply

124

452.99

129

784.66

130

1049.24

2

Education

294

106.69

310

146.72

332

408.07

3

Environment Preservation and Pollution Control

0

0.00

2

0.10

13

0.24

4

Health Care

83

305.90

118

361.87

154

497.58

5

Sanitation

17

2.53

18

3.30

26

4.30

6

Skill Development

15

24.66

17

28.89

18

30.74

7

Welfare of Women, Children Aged & Disabled people

84

6.28

89

23.43

94

32.68

8

Housing

0

0.00

0

0.00

 

 

9

Livelihood Programmes

11

9.27

16

122.27

29

143.47

10

Road Connectivity

0

0.00

0

0.00

0

0.00

 

A. Sub-Total

628

908.32

699

1471.24

796

2166.32

 

B. Other Priority Activities

1

Physical Infrastructure

105

274.10

134

482.20

198

542.77

2

Irrigation

247

96.41

245

204.81

246

276.54

3

Energy & Watershed

18

14.12

17

24.96

17

29.73

4

Afforestation

6

2.67

9

8.20

9

4.24

5

Others

0

0.00

0

0.00

0

0.00

 

B. Sub-Total

376

387.30

405

720.17

470

853.28

 

C. Administration

0

5.66

0

10.32

0

15.16

 

D=(A+B+C) TOTAL

1004

1301.28

1104

2201.73

1266

3034.77

 

No of Projects Sanctioned and Amount Spent Sector Wise – Mayurbhanj

S.N.

Sectorwise work

Till March 2020

Till March 2021

Till March 2022

 

A.High Priority Activities

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

Projects Sanctioned

Amount Spent (in Cr.)

1

Drinking Water Supply

181

0.3

181

1.90

181

2.62

2

Education

77

1.0

900

12.95

1250

35.26

3

Environment Preservation and Pollution Control

0

0.0

0

0.00

0

0.00

4

Health Care

15

1.1

44

2.21

47

2.59

5

Sanitation

4

0.0

8

0.58

9

0.64

6

Skill Development

3

0.0

4

0.08

4

0.35

7

Welfare of Women, Children Aged & Disabled people

4

0.3

6

0.28

6

0.79

8

Housing

7

0.1

7

0.06

7

0.06

9

Livelihood Programmes

0

0.0

3

10.09

3

10.15

10

Road Connectivity

0

0.0

0

0.00

0

0.00

 

A. Sub-Total

291

2.7

1153

28.14

1507

52.46

 

B. Other Priority Activities

1

Physical Infrastructure

25

1.6

31

2.08

31

2.68

2

Irrigation

1

0.1

1

0.05

1

0.05

3

Energy & Watershed

0

0.0

2351

18.53

2351

18.53

4

Afforestation

0

0.0

0

0.00

0

0.00

5

Others

15

0.3

11

0.35

11

0.35

 

B. Sub-Total

41

2.0

2394

21.01

2394

21.61

 

C. Administration

0

0.0

1

0.433

1

0.48

 

D=(A+B+C) TOTAL

332

4.71

3548

49.59

3902

74.55

 

This information was given by the Union Minister of Coal, Mines and Parliamentary Affairs Shri Pralhad Joshi in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.

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MG/RK

 



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