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Chief Minister’s Solar Powered Green House Scheme (CMSPGHS)

The Chief Minister’s Solar Powered Green House Scheme (CMSPGHS) was launched during the year 2011-12. It is a flagship scheme of Government of Tamil Nadu, which fulfills the Housing requirement of the rural poor people along with Solar Powered Home Lighting System and thereby promoting green energy and probably a fore runner for ”Housing for all”. 100% State sponsored scheme. Aims at providing SOLAR POWERED GREEN HOUSE for the poor…

Publish date: 25/05/2018
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Tamil Nadu Village Habitations Improvement (THAI) Scheme

THAI schemes was introduced by the state Government during 2011-15. Now THAI II Scheme focused on the following works during 2016-17. Improvements and Modernization of Minor Irrigation Tanks BT Roads Basic Amenities Water Supply Street / Lane Improvement Improvements to Burial Ground Approach Road to Burial Ground Improvements and Modernization of Minor Irrigation Tanks The main objective of the programme is to ensure comprehensive rehabilitation of Minor Irrigation Tanks which…

Publish date: 25/05/2018
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AMMA Park

The State Govt. in G.o.Ms.No.132 Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (PR.III) Department Dated: 02.11.2016, have issued the guidelines for the formation of AMMA Park in rural areas. The fund for this scheme is provided from State Finance Commission and 14th Finance Commission grants. The following are the gist of guidelines One of the discretionary duties of Village Panchayats is to provide necessary facilities for the establishment of play grounds, parks,…

Publish date: 25/05/2018
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AMMA Gym

The State Govt. in G.o.Ms.No.133 Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (PR.III) Department Dated:03.11.2016, have issued the guidelines for the formation of Amma Gym in rural areas since as per Section 111 of the Tamil Nadu Panchayat Act, 1994, one of the discretionary duties of Village Panchayats is to provide necessary facilities for the establishment of play grounds, parks, sports clubs and centre of physical culture for the welfare of the…

Publish date: 25/05/2018
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Subsidy for the Plantation of High Yielding Mulberry

Farmers those who plant Mulberry saplings for the first can avail Rs.10500/Acre up to 5acres. Eligibility Condition All farmers are Eligible to avail this benefit. Procedure to obtain the benefit/Service Filled in application recommended by JIS, IS, AD. Farmer’s passport size photograph – 2 Farmer’s full size photo taken in mulberry garden – 2 Chitta and adangal of the mulberry garden Adhaar card xerox, ration card xerox, Bank passbook xerox…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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Subsidy for the construction of Rearing Sheds

Subsidy for constructing new rearing shed is the main and major support to farmers towards encouraging them to do silk worm rearing in modern methodologies. Eligibility Condition Any Farmer who has Mulberry garden and constructed a new rearing shed under prescribed guidelines can avail this benefit as follows Rearing Shed – Level I (1500 Sq.ft.) – Rs 82500 Rearing Shed – Level II (1200 Sq.ft.) – Rs 87500 Rearing Shed…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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Subsidy for the installation of Rearing beds

Subsidy for the installation of Rearing beds is offered to support farmers by providing rearing tools worth Rs.52500. Eligibility Condition Any Farmer who has Mulberry garden and doing silkworm rearing is eligible. Procedure to obtain the benefit/Service Filled in application recommended by JIS, IS, AD. Farmer’s passport size photograph – 3 Farmer’s full size photo taken in the rearing shed and mulberry garden -2 copies each. Chitta and adangal of…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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Subsidy for the installation of Drip irrigation

Subsidy for the installation of Drip irrigation is offered to manage available water and to withstand drought to ensure uninterrupted silkworm rearing. Eligibility Condition Any Farmer who has Mulberry garden and doing silkworm rearing is eligible. Small farmer can avail 100% (Rs.30000) subsidy while producing small farmer certificate. Whereas big farmers can avail 75% (Rs. 22500) subsidy Procedure to obtain the benefit/Service Filled in application recommended by JIS, IS, AD…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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50 % subsidy for supply of fishing implements under National Agriculture Development Programme

The Fisheries Cooperative Societies play a dynamic role in the upliftment of socio economic status of fishermen and fisherwomen in the State by extending many Welfare Schemes to the members. In Krishnagiri district, there are 12 Inland Fishermen Cooperative Societies, and about 5000 fishermen have been enrolled as members of the fishermen / fisherwomen cooperative societies. Some of the inland water bodies are leased out to the Inland Fishermen Cooperative…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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Multipurpose Farm Pond GIFT (Genetically Improved Farm Tilapia) seed stocking

The inland fish production in Tamil Nadu is mainly contributed by culture of Indian Major carps and Chinese carps. These species take a longer time to grow. In case of Krishnagiri district majority of the water bodies are short seasonal tanks and can hold water for period of mere 4 months. To overcome the constrain and increase fish production in the district, Department of Fisheries, Government of Tamil Nadu has…

Publish date: 01/06/2018
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