In order to ensure that the benefits of schemes and programmes of Ministry of Minority Affairs Government of India, reaches the relatively disadvantaged segments of society in the State of Haryana identitification of identify districts on the basis of minority population of Census 2001 and backwardness parameters. Thereafter, the position of these districts in terms of “backwardness” was evaluated against the two sets of socio-economic and basic amenities indicators. 90 Minority Concentration Districts in the State of Haryana Mewat and Sirsa District were identified and selected.
To focus attention of government programmes and schemes on these districts, the following has been advised to the Central Ministries/Departments to prepare their plans in a manner that these districts get the required attention and resources:-
1) The schemes and programmes for poverty alleviation, education health and other welfare schemes of government may be focused in these districts.
2) Existing schemes for infrastructure development, such as rural electrification, road connectivity (PMGSY) etc. may be taken up in these districts on a priority basis.
3) The provisions for basic amenities such as pucca housing, safe drinking water supply, water closet toilets and electricity for each household may be made.
4) Schemes included in the Prime Minister’s New 15 point programme for the Welfare of Minorities may be implemented in these districts vigorously targeting each minority household and village.
For continuation of implementation of MSDP for the remaining period of the 14th Finance Commission period from 2017-18 to 2019-20 an evaluation study of implementation of MSDP and its impact was conducted by Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA). The Government also had interetions with all stakeholders, elected representatives, conferences with States/UTs, Progress Panchayats with the general public etc to assess the impact of the programme have also been established. A general consensus emerged for further restructuring of MsDP to increase the area of coverage and to identify certain focus area to benefit the targeted communities and mitigate the problems. The programme has been revised by the Govt. of India and now is known as Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMKVK).
The restructured programme will be implemented as “Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK)” during the remaining period of 14th Finance Commission i.e upto 2019-20. It will be implementated as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme. The PMJVK will continue to be implemented in MCBs, MCTs and COVs. However, criteria related to population and area coverage have been specified for MCTs and COVs.
The PMJVK aims at improving socio-economic conditions of the minorities and providing basic amenities to them for improving quality of life of the people and reducing imbalances in the identified minority concentration areas. The projects to be taken up under PMJVK would be related to creation of infrastructure mainly in the sectors of education, health and skill development. Also development of innovative schemes for improving the socio-economic and living conditions of minority communities and other communities living in the area.
C) Parameters for identification of Minority Concentration Areas (MCA)
The areas for implementation of PMJVK have been identified on the basis of substantial population of minority communities i.e. 25% of minority population in the area and backwardness parameters in the areas which are below the national average. The parameters for identification of Minority Concentration Areas are based on the data of Census, 2011.
D) Minority Communities notified by the Central Government
At present 6 (six) communities namely Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis) and Jains have been notified as Minority Communities under Section 2 (c) of the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992
As per the Census 2011, the percentage of minorities in the country is about 19.3% of the total population of the country. The population of Muslims is 14.2%; Christians 2.3%; Sikhs 1.7%, Buddhists 0.7%, Jain 0.4% and Parsis 0.006%.
E) Area for implementation of Backward Minority Concentration Districts, towns, blocks, villages
Backward Minority Concentration Blocks (MCBs)
Backward Minority Concentration Towns (MCTs)
Backward Minority Concentration Districts Headquarters (MCD Hqrs)
Backward Clusters of Minority Concentration Villages (CoV)
F) Implementing Agencies
The implementing agencies may be the State PSUs/State Govt. construction agencies and DRDA. Funds will be transferred directly to such organisations wherever it is funded fully by the Centre.
G) Project covered under PMJVK Scheme
i. Skill Development.
ii. Additional Classrooms/Workshops.
iii. Government ITIs, polytechnics.
iv. Higher Secondary schools including KVs and NVKs, residential Schools, degree Colleges, Sadbhav Mandaps, Hostels, Health Care facilities, working women Hostels etc.
H) Land for construction of infrastructure
Land for construction of infrastructure shall be provided by Panchayat land or MC, Centre Govt. agencies, Waqf Board etc. The land cost or land acquisition cost shall not be covered under this programme.
The funding pattern for gap-filling projects under PMJVK to fill up the gaps in the existing Central Sponsored Schemes in line with Ministries/Departments would be same as followed in the concerned scheme of the line Ministries. The funds would continue to be released in two instalments of 50% each and the 2nd instalment would be released on utilization of 60% of 1st instalment (within 12 month from the end of finance year) and release of corresponding share by State/UTs. 12.2 In case of non-gap-filling innovative projects, the fund sharing between Centre and State would be in the ratio of 60:40 and 90:10 for North East States and Hilly States (J&K, Himachal Pradesh & Uttarakhand). Further, the central share of fund for innovative projects would be released in three instalments of 30%, 30% and 40%. The 2nd installment for such projects would be released after the release of 50% of the State share and 50% utilization of the central share released (within 12 month from the end of finance year). 3rd instalment would be released after complete release of the State share and utilization of the 50% of central share released (within 12 month from the end of finance year).
J) Latest Status
Haryana State is to be covered for implementation of PMJVK during remaining period of 14th Finance Commission i.e. 2019-20.
Name of Block
For 12th Five Year plan GOI has identified 7 districts in Haryana with 25% or more population of minorities which are as under:-
Name to the Minority Concentration District
Name of the Blocks with 25% or more population of minorities
Amount released during 2015-16
Amount released during 2016-17
Amount released during 2017-18
Central Share- 87,94,000
State Share 58,63,000
54,50,000/- (State Share for Anganwadi Centre as per norms of WCD)
Central Share- 71,53,500
Central Share- 5,00,00,000
Central Share- 55,92,000
State Share 3,94,44,500
2,03,29,000/- Central Share
(State Share for Anganwadi Centre as per norms of WCD)
Central Share- 28,81,750
Central Share- 7,08,24,000
State Share 4,83,73,250
Central Share- 6,06,64,000
Central Share- 13,09,95,200
State Share - 13,49,39,050
5,12,46,000/- Central Share
3,41,65,000/- State Share
Central Share- 5,46,25,000
State Share 2,06,95,000
29,82,000/- Central Share
30,21,000/- State Share
Under the scheme during the year 2017-18 total amount of Rs. 26,71,32,500/- (Central Share Rs. 10,71,32,000/- + State Share Rs. 16,00,00,500/-) released against the budget provision of Rs. 40,00,00,000/-
Under the scheme a budget provision of Rs. 50,00,00,000/- for the year 2018-19 and Rs. 40,33,000/- has been released.