2 STATE PLAN SCHEMES
1. Integrated Co-operative
The Scheme aims to strengthen, existing PACS / LAMPS as
multipurpose entities and to improve existing Co-operative
structure. The financial assistance is provided to the
Co-operative societies through state government in the form
of loan as well as subsidy after being financed by NCDC.
This will increase production of agricultural and allied
2. Managerial subsidy to Co-operatives
There are 474 LAMPS and 858 PACS in the State. In addition
to the above at present there are about 6000 special type of
societies. Managrial subsidy will help these societies to
employ qualified managers for better management of the
societies, this will help in fullfiling the objective of the
3. National Agricultural Insurance Scheme
This scheme aims at providing financial security to farmers.
Crop insurance scheme is being implemented for the welfare
of the farmers as per the direction of the Government of
India since Kharif -2001. All loanee and non-loanee farmers
are the beneficiaries of this Scheme. State Government
contributes its share as subsidy for premium, indemnity as
well as other administrative charges.
4. Strengthening of Credit Structure
Co-operative credit plays a vital role in fulfilling the
agricultural credit needs of farmers. Co-operative Banks are
the backbone of co-operative movement as well as
co-operative credit structure. The State has launched Mukhya
Mantri Kisan Credit Card Yojana from year 2011-12. under
this scheme interest subsidy is provided to those farmers,
who repayes loans in time.
5. Infrastructure for primary Co-operative Societies and
In order to get better result, good working condition is a
necessity. There is an urgent need to construct Office cum
Godown building in every PACS/LAMPS/VMSS, storage facility
for Seeds, Fertilizers, Work sheds in Industrial Societies,
Marketing infrastructure and office building for field
offices, at the same time improvment and strengthening of
6. Processing Units in Co-operative Societies
During 11th five year plan period Mini Rice Mills and other
processing units have been setup in few co-operative
societies. To assists farmers in getting better return value
addition before their product reaches market is must. Hence
establishment of food processing and other processing units
at society level is must. In view of this assistance for
setting up processing units in co-operative societies in
large number is proposed in 12th five year plan.
7. Grant to Co-operative Training Centres
At present there are two Co-operative Training Centers at
Ranchi and Deoghar in the State. These impart training to
Junior Co-operative Officers, Office Bearers and Employees
of different co-operative societies in the state. There is
urgent need to construct one State Level Co-operative
Training Centre with training facility to senior & junior
co-operative officers and elected office bearers of
8. Share Capital Contribution and subsidy/grant to
State Government provides financial assistance to
PACS/LAMPS/VMSS in the form of share capital contribution
and subsidy/grant to enable them to undertake business of
fertilizers, seeds, other agriculture inputs etc.
9. Share Capital Contribution and Subsidy /Grant to
Special type of Co-operative Societies for the Welfare of
ST/SC/ OBC and Women.
In the state, there are many special types of co-operative
societies, which works specially for the welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Women.
These societies are not in a position to progress at their
own due to paucity of funds. The State Government,
therefore, assists them by way Share Capital Contributionand
10. Share Capital Contribution to JASCOLAMPF, VEGFED and
The Jharkhand State Co-operative Lac Marketing and
Procurement Federation Limited (JASCOLAMF) and The Jharkhand
State Vegetable Co-operative Marketing Federation (VEGFED)
are the apex cooperative institutions of the State and they
are doing procurement, processing, value addition and
marketing of Lac and vegetables respectively. Jharkhand
State Minor Forest Produce Co-operative Development and
Marketing Federation Limited (JHAMCOFED) is also an apex
co-operative institution to be registered soon as per the
decision taken by the State Government and will undertake
procurement, processing, value addition and marketing of
minor forest produce. State Govt. provides Share Capital
Contribution to these State Level Federations.
11. Share Capital contribution to District Central
Co-operative Banks and Jharkhand State Co-operative Bank:
As per the advice of the Reserve Bank of India a sum of
rupees 4100 Lakh is being proposed as share capital
contribution to District Central Co-operative Banks for
strengthening their share capital base and to enable them to
come out of section 11 (1) of Banking Regulation Act, 1949
(as applicable to co-operative societies). Development
Action Plan is being prepared by the District Central
Co-operative Banks for the same. The newly organized
Jharkhand State Co-operative Bank shall be provided Share
Capital to increase its networth.
1. Integrated Co-operative Development Project (ICDP)
As per the policy of the State Government five new selected
districts namely Bokaro, Khunti, Ramgadh, Gumla & Simdega
will be covered under NCDC aided Integrated Co-operative
2. Self supporting Co-operative Societies under NCDC
1.4 This scheme aims at development of Horticulture,
Agriculture, Dairy and Poultry and generation of self
employment for weaker sections through self supporting
co-operative societies under NCDC aided schemes.
3. Swawlambi Gram Yojana:
1.5 This scheme intends to develop the socio-economic
activities in selected villages of selected districts on a
composite basis through multipurpose co-operative societies.
Under this scheme, training for skill up gradation and
managerial support will be provided by the State Govt.
TRIBAL SUB PLAN
A sum of Rs. 73000 lakhs has been earmarked for Tribal Sub
Plan out of total proposed outlay of Rs. 145195 lakhs during
A sum of Rs. 18500 lakhs has been earmarked for Tribal Sub
Plan out of total proposed outlay of Rs. 36225 lakhs during
Annual Plan 2012-13.
SPECIAL COMPONENT SUB PLAN
A sum of Rs. 29000 lakhs has been earmarked for Special
Component Sub Plan out of total proposed outlay of Rs.
145195 lakhs during 12th Plan.
A sum of Rs. 7300 lakhs has been earmarked for Special
Component Sub Plan out of total proposed outlay of Rs. 36225
lakhs during Annual Plan 2012-13.