Sei sulla pagina 1di 285

OUTPUT OUTCOME FRAMEWORK 2020-21

(MAJOR CENTRAL SECTOR & CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEMES)


Preface
Major Expenditure Reforms have been undertaken by the Government over the last few years. This not only includes simplification of appraisal
and approval processes, but also structural changes in the process of budget making itself, like doing away with Plan / Non-plan distinction. As a
result, the cost-centres are being treated in an integrated manner, within only the statutory revenue capital framework. This enables another
major structural reform, which is to bring the public schemes and projects under a monitorable Output-Outcome framework.
Since 2017-18, in addition to the financial outlays of schemes of the Ministries being indicated in the Budget document, the expected outputs
and outcomes of the schemes are also being presented in a consolidated Outcome Budget document, along with the Budget. These Outlays,
Outputs and Outcomes are being presented to the Parliament in measurable terms, bringing-in greater accountability for the agencies involved in
the execution of government schemes and projects. Outlay is the amount that is provided for a given scheme or project in the Budget; while
Output refers to the direct and measurable product of program activities, often expressed in physical terms or units. Outcomes are the collective
results or qualitative improvements brought about in the delivery of these services.
The Outcome Budget presents (a) the financial outlay for the year 2020-21 along with (b) clearly defined outputs and outcomes (c) measurable
output and outcome indicators and (d) specific output and outcome targets for FY 2020-21. This will significantly enhance transparency,
predictability and ease of understanding of the Government’s development agenda.
Through this exercise, the Government aims to nurture an open, accountable, pro-active and purposeful style of governance by transitioning
from mere outlays to result-oriented outputs and outcomes. This effort will enable Ministries to keep track of the scheme objectives and work
towards the development goals set by them. The document being presented contains Output-Outcome Framework for major Central Sector (CS)
Schemes and Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) with outlay Rs. 500 crore and greater in FY 2020-21. Hence, this document covers 160
schemes, covering over 95% of the total CS/CSS budget covered in the Outcome Budget 2020-21.
Acknowledgements
The Output-Outcome Monitoring Framework is a result of co-operation, teamwork and collaboration of a wide range of stakeholders across
ministries and departments.
It would not have been possible to deliver the exhaustive framework without the relentless help and support of the Division heads in-charge of
various CS and CSS schemes and nodal officers of all the ministries and departments, under the leadership of their Secretaries.
The framework has benefitted extensively from the assistance provided by the subject matter verticals and the team at Development Monitoring
and Evaluation Office (DMEO) under the leadership of Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog and Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI
Aayog.
Furthermore, I would like to thank all the officials of the Budget Division in the Department of Economic Affairs for their unflinching support
towards creating this framework.
In addition, I extend my gratitude to all my team members at the Department of Expenditure with a special mention to the Financial Advisors at
the ministries and departments, who reposed their belief in this document.
The Output-Outcome Monitoring Framework has gained immensely from the insights and inputs of the Finance Secretary, Shri Rajiv Kumar.
And lastly, I would extend my special thanks to the Hon’ble Finance Minister, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, and the Hon’ble Minister of State
(Finance), Shri Anurag Singh Thakur for their guidance in enabling us to take this important step forward towards achieving the goal of
transparent and accountable expenditure management.

Shri T V Somanathan
(Secretary, Department of Expenditure)
Ministry of Finance
Government of India
List of Demands for Grants for Budget 2020-21

Sr. No. Ministry Department Demand No. Page No.


1 M/o Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare D/o Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers' Welfare 1 1
2 M/o Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare D/o Agricultural Research and Education 2 19
3 M/o AYUSH NA 4 21
4 M/o Chemicals and Fertilizers D/o Fertilisers 6 23
5 M/o Coal NA 9 25
6 M/o Commerce and Industry D/o Commerce 10 26
7 M/o Commerce and Industry D/o for Promotion of Industry & Internal Trade 11 28
8 M/o Communication D/o Post 12 30
9 M/o Communication D/o Telecommunications 13 37
10 M/o Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution D/o Consumer Affairs 14 40
11 M/o Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution D/o Food and Public Distribution 15 41
12 M/o Development of North Eastern Region NA 22 43
13 M/o Earth Sciences NA 23 47
14 M/o Electronic and Information Technology NA 24 50
15 M/o Environment, Forests and Climate Change NA 25 54
16 M/o Finance D/o Economic Affairs 27 60
17 M/o Finance D/o Financial Services 29 61
18 M/o Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying D/o Fisheries 39 64
19 M/o Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying D/o Animal Husbandry, Dairying 40 67
20 M/o Food Processing Industries NA 41 68
21 M/o Health and Family Welfare D/o Health and Family Welfare 42 74
22 M/o Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises D/o Heavy Industry 44 97
23 M/o Home Affairs: Home Affairs NA 46 99
24 M/o Home Affairs: Police NA 48 103
Sr. No. Ministry Department Demand No. Page No.
25 M/o Housing and Urban Affairs NA 57 123
26 M/o Human Resource Development D/o School Education and Literacy 58 135
27 M/o Human Resource Development D/o Higher Education 59 140
28 M/o Jal Shakti D/o Water Resources, River Development and Ganaga Rejuvenation 61 146
29 M/o Jal Shakti D/o Drinking Water and Sanitation 62 156
30 M/o Labour and Employment NA 63 158
31 M/o Law and Justice D/o Law and Justice 64 162
32 M/o Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises NA 67 163
33 M/o Minority Affairs NA 69 175
34 M/o New and Renewable Energy NA 70 187
35 M/o Panchayati Raj NA 71 189
36 M/o Petroleum and Natural Gas NA 75 191
37 M/o Power NA 77 196
38 M/o Railways NA 83 200
39 M/o Road Transport and Highways NA 84 206
40 M/o Rural Development D/o Rural Development 85 210
41 M/o Rural Development D/o Land Resources 86 215
42 M/o Science and Technology D/o Science and Technology 87 216
43 M/o Science and Technology D/o Biotechnology 88 230
44 M/o Social Justice and Empowerment D/o Social Justice and Empowerment 92 247
45 D/o Space D/o Space 94 253
46 M/o Statistics and Programme Implementation NA 95 255
47 M/o Textiles NA 97 257
48 M/o Tourism NA 98 260
49 M/o Tribal Affairs NA 99 261
50 M/o Women and Child Development NA 100 264
51 M/o Youth Affairs and Sports NA 101 279
Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare Demand No. 1

Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmer’s Welfare


1. Crop Insurance Scheme - Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increase in 1.1. Increase in loanee 10% 1. Better Risk 1.1. Incremental sum insured (%) 10%
coverage applications (%) Minimization for
farmers covered
1.2. Increase in non-loanee 10% 2. Timely 2.1. Number of farmers covered 28%1
applications (%) processing and who received claimed benefits
settlement of (%)
1.3. Increase in coverage of 10%2 claims 2.2. Farmers with claim payable 80%1
cropped area/ insured area who received benefits (%)
15695.00
over cropped area (%)
2. Efficient 2.1. Claims payable in notified 80%1 2.3. Loss cost ratio in % (claims 10%1
claims unit areas (%) payable / Sum insured)
processing 2.2. Average turn-around time 30
mechanism of for claim payment in days
the agriculture (from field data submission
insurance by states till claims paid)
firms

1
During 2018-19, tentatively 5.64 Cr farmers are enrolled for a sum insured of Rs. 235277 Cr under PMFBY. Claims and number of farmers to whom claims will be paid under the scheme
depends upon happening of natural calamity and cannot be targeted. However, targets are prepared on the basis of available data of 2017-18 and 2018-19. Complete data for 2019-20 is not yet
available. The Scheme is being review. Any changes in the existing scheme during 2020-21 may require review/ revision in output and outcome framework. Subject to release of Govt. share of
premium subsidy to concerned insurance companies. However based on the data of 2016-17 & 2017-18 it is expected that about 28% of total insured farmers got claims subject to favorable
monsoon. However, it is proposed that over 80% of admissible claims should be paid within stipulated period of one month from receipt of clear yield data from State Govt. concerned.
Beneficiaries may get the claims within 30 days from receipt of clear yield data from State Govt. concerned. Based on 2016-17 & 2018-19 data, loss cost ratio is expected around 10%
2
Kharif and Rabi 10% increase in net cropped area in each season

1
2. Interest Subsidy for Short Term Credit to Farmers (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. New 1.1. Number of new accounts of 28.50 1. Access to credit 1.1. Number of farmer accounts 4.26
account farmers granted STC loan provided PRI accounts and
openings3 (Lakh) IS benefits (Crore)
1.2. Number of new accounts of 18.53 1.2. Loan amount disbursed 3.24
21175.00
SMFs covered (Lakh) (Lakh Crore)
1.3. Number of new accounts in 0.57
J&K, NER and under serviced
area (Lakh)

3. Market Intervention Scheme and Price Support Scheme (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Need based 1.1. Total quantity procured of 19.154 1. Ensuring 1.1. Average price difference Targets not
procurement oilseeds (in Lakh Metric remunerative between MSP/ procurement amenable5
intervention Tonnes) prices to farmers price and market prices for
2000.00 4
in distress 1.2. Total quantity procured of 32.49 and avoid distress each item covered under
condition pulses (in Lakh Metric sale PSS (%)
Tonnes)

3
The figures given above are estimates for KCC-crop loan issued by Rural Cooperative Banks & RRBs and may change owing to change in local conditions and policies of GoI and State
Government. The reduction in the estimates for 2020-21 is on account of continuing fall in number of fresh cards issued by RRBs and Cooperative Banks in last five years. This may be due to
the fact that some of the farmers either moved out of agriculture or are borrowing from institutions like SCBs and SFBs.
4
Based on average procurement under PSS during 2017-18 & 2018-19.
5
The procurement price under PSS is Minimum Support Price (MSP) and market price depends upon market scenario

2
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.3. Average delay of payment 3
made to farmers after
receipt of their produce
under PSS in days

4. Pradhan Mantri Annadata Aay Sanrakshan Yojna (PM-AASHA) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased 1.1. Total number of oilseed Targets not 1. Ensuring 1.1. Average price difference Targets not
coverage farmers registered under Price amenable6 remunerative between MSP/ amenable6
of farmers Deficiency Payment Scheme price to farmers procurement price and
(PDPS) for their market prices (%)
1.2. Average delay of payment Targets not produce 1.2. Registered farmers who Targets not
500.00 made to farmers after receipt amenable received payment under amenable6
of their produce in days PDPS (%)
2. Private 2.1. Number of pilots initiated in Targets not 2. Increased 2.1. Quantity procured under Targets not
Procurement selected districts/ APMC of amenable7 participation in the initiative to total private amenable7
and Stockist the district involving the procurement sector procurement (%)
Scheme participation of private

6
Since its inception, this scheme was implemented only one time during Kharif 2018-19 in the state of Madhya Pradesh for Soyabean and 13.19 lakh Soyabean farmers were registered at that
time. Hence, it depends upon market scenario and request received from State Govt. The average price difference between MSP procurement price and market prices for Soyabean PDPS
implemented by Govt. of Madhya Pradesh was almost 6% of MSP of Soyabean and almost 53% of registered farmers received payment under PDPS.
7
No proposal has yet been received since its inception, hence this depends upon market scenario and request received from State Govt. Till date no procurement has been done under this
scheme.

3
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
(PPSS) stockist
2.2. Total quantity procured by Targets not 2.2. % of total APMC Targets not
private player in Lakh Metric amenable7 procurement through PPSS amenable7
Tonnes
3. Improved 3.1. Total quantity procured of 32.498 3. Increase in 3.1. Procurement percentage of Targets not
procureme pulses in Lakh Metric Tonnes procurement of oilseeds to the total amenable8
nt of produce production in a financial
produce year (%)
3.2. Total quantity procured of 19.158 3.2. Procurement percentage of Targets not
oilseeds in Lakh Metric pulses to the total amenable8
Tonnes production in a financial
3.3. Average delay of payment 3 year (%)
made to farmers after receipt
of their produce under PSS in
days.

5. Distribution of Pulses to State/ Union Territories for Welfare Schemes (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased 1.1. Total quantity of pulses Targets not 1. Enhanced 1.1. Percentage availability Targets not
800.00
distribution of distributed to State/UTs in amenable9 availability of of pulses in welfare amenable9

8
Based on average procurement under PSS during 2017-18 & 2018-19. Target will depend upon market scenario and request received from State Govt. However, the average procurement
percentage of oilseeds and pulses under PSS during the year 2017-18 and 2018-19 is approx. 6.5% and 15% respectively.
9
CCEA approved this scheme till September, 2019. The continuation of this scheme is still awaited from CCEA. However, there was a flat discount of Rs. 15 per kg at the issue price of pulses in
the year 2018-19 and 2019-20 based on the approval of CCEA.

4
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
pulses Lakh Metric Tonnes pulses in PDS, schemes to total
MDM, ICDS etc. quantity distributed by
Centre
1.2. Total quantity of pulses Targets not 2. Distribution 2.1. Percentage loss of Targets not
distributed by State/UTs amenable9 efficiency of distributed quantity of amenable9
through welfare schemes like Pulses to pulses in a financial
PDS, MDM, ICDS etc. in States/UTs year
Lakh Metric Tonnes
2. Access to 2.1. Warehouse capacity and Targets not
storage storage availability for pulses amenable10
capacity in Lakh Metric Tonnes

6. Promotion of Agricultural Mechanization for in-situ Management of Crop Residue (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Promotion of 1.1. No. of Farm Machinery 11,334 1. Greater adoption 1.1. Quantity of crop-residue 24
mechanized In- Banks for custom hiring of in- situ crop managed in-situ through
situ crop of in-situ crop residue residue machinery under this scheme
residue management machinery management (MT)
600.00
management established among farmers
1.2. No. of in-situ crop 58,333 1.2. Quantity of land (in lakh ha) 41
residue management over which in-situ crop
machinery distributed on residue management adopted

10
The pulses distributed under this scheme were procured under PSS in previous years and were stored in CWC/SWC godowns.

5
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
subsidy under this scheme

7. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN)11 (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased 1.1. Cumulative no. of eligible 11.97 1. Assured 1.1. Eligible beneficiaries 100%
coverage of beneficiaries to be enrolled by income provided with timely
scheme State/UT administration support to financial benefit of Rs. 2000
(Crore) Small and for every 4 months i.e. Rs.
2. Increased 2.1. No. of eligible farmers details 11.97 Marginal 6000 per annum into their
awareness to be uploaded on the PM farmers bank accounts (%)
among KISAN portal (Crore)
farmers about
PM KISAN
75000.00
3. Improved 3.1. Percentage of Sanction Order 100%
payment issued to total digitally signed
facilitation fund transfer orders (FTO)
received from State/UT
3.2. Total funds to be transmitted by 59,880
sponsoring bank to destination
bank in Rs. Crore
3.3. Percentage of failed/ Target not
unprocessed transactions to be amenable

11 Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes

6
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
resolved and reprocessed to the
total transactions
4. Provision of 4.1. Percentage of grievances or 100%
grievance complaints to be dually
redressal addressed by State and District
Level Grievance Redressal
Committee

8. Formation and Promotion of 10,000 Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) 11(CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased reach 1.1. Number of new FPOs 1,000 1. Increase in 1.1. Average increase in Targets not
of producer formed and registered farmers income to members of amenable
organization income FPOs w.r.t. other
traditional mandi channel
of marketing (%)
1.2. Number of farmers covered 512 1.2. Average reduction in cost Targets not
500.00
under FPOs formed and of marketing to members amenable
registered (Lakhs) of FPOs w.r.t. other
1.3. Percentage of small & 86% traditional mandi channel
marginal farmers and other of marketing (%)
producers covered as
members in FPOs as reported

12 This number may vary as the minimum no. of farmers will be 500 for plain areas and 200 for hilly and N-E Regions.

7
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
by CBBO/ Implementing
Agencies
2. Capacity 2.1. Number of institutional Targets not
building training programmes amenable
organized by nodal training
institutes for capacity
building to BODs, CEOs,
etc. as reported by Nodal
Agencies/ Implementing
Agencies
2.2. Number of awareness Targets not
programmes and visits amenable
organized for farmers by
CBBOs as reported by
CBBO/ Implementing
Agencies
3. Cluster 3.1. Number of States/UTs Targets not
development having at least one CBBO amenable
formed.
3.2. Number of States/UTs Targets not
having more than one amenable
CBBOs formed.
3.3. Number of States/UTs Targets not
having common CBBO. amenable
3.4. Number of produce clusters Targets not
formed with brief of amenable
activities
4. Increased credit 4.1. Number of FPOs covered 1,250
availability and under Equity Grant Fund

8
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
financial (EGF)
worthiness 4.2. Amount of EGF provided to Targets not
FPOs (Rs. in Crore) amenable
4.3. Number of FPOs covered Targets not
under Credit Guarantee Fund amenable
(CGF)
5. Market linkage 5.1. Integrated portal enabled Y13
through with digital platform for
technology business transactions’
capability for stakeholders
(Y/N)

9. Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojna (PMKSY): Per Drop More Crop (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Efficient water 1.1. Area covered under 16 1. Increased crop 1.1. Enhancement in yield 20%
conveyance and micro-irrigation (MI) productivity, (kg/ha) in cultivated area
precision water app. (Lakh Ha) enhanced under MI (%)
4000.00 devices - sprinklers, 1.2. No. of farmers adopted 6 farmer income 1.2. Enhancement in farm 15%
drips, pivots, rain-guns MI (Lakh) income levels of farmers
etc. who used MI (%)
2. Extending coverage of 2.1. Area covered under MI 1 2. Improved 2.1. Water use efficiency 25%

13 One portal for the use of FPOs

9
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
MI to water intensive in water intensive water use enhancement (%)
crops like sugarcane, crops (Lakh Ha) efficiency
banana etc.
3. Provisioning of 3.1. No. of Micro- Water 15,000 3. Drought 3.1. Area of protective 50,000
protective irrigation harvesting structures to proofing of irrigation (Ha)
facilities in rainfed be created agriculture
agriculture
4. Awareness campaigns 4.1. No. of scientific 150
on water-saving knowledge &
technologies, capacity awareness campaigns
building, scientific conducted (trainings)
moisture conservation

10. Green Revolution: Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Provide flexibility & 1.1. No. of states utilizing 29 1. Making farming a 1.1. Total number of 900
autonomy to states in RKVY schemes remunerative projects
planning & executing economic activity sanctioned by the
agriculture & allied through strengthening states
3700.00 schemes the farmers’ effort,
2. To ensure preparation of 2.1. No. of states with 29 risk mitigation and 1.2. Number of 500
agriculture plans for 100% districts having promoting agri- entrepreneurship
districts and states based DAPs and SAPs business initiatives
on agro-climatic entrepreneurship’ supported in the

10
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
conditions States under the
3. Consistency on the part 3.1. No. of states being 29 scheme.
of states in financial eligible for RKVY
resource allocation schemes
4. Taking up agriculture 4.1. Total no. of new 500
entrepreneurship in entrepreneurship
potential states activities in agriculture
& allied sectors
supported by RKVY –
RAFTAAR Scheme

11. Green Revolution: National Food Security Mission (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Additional 1.1. Additional gross cropped 15 1. Self-sufficiency 1.1. Total food grains 4.4
area under area in identified districts in food grains production (MT)
cultivation for food grain cultivation production
(Lakh Ha) particularly in
2. Increased 2.1. Productivity of Rice in 2,700 case of pulses 1.2. Additional Production of 1.7
2100.00
yield project area (Kg/Ha) Rice (MT)
/productivity 2.2. Productivity of Wheat in 3,600 1.3. Additional Production of 1
project area (Kg/Ha) Wheat (MT)
2.3. Productivity of Pulses in 850 1.4. Additional Production of 1
project area (Kg/Ha) Pulses (MT)

11
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2.4. Productivity of Coarse 1,980 Additional Production of 0.7
cereals in project area Coarse cereals (MT)
(Kg/Ha)

12. Green Revolution: Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Enhanced 1.1. Total area adopted 3.5914 1. Increased coverage 1.1. Additional area brought 0.51
awareness about under organic farming of area under under organic certification
organic farming clusters demonstration organic (Lakh Ha)
practices and (Lakh Ha) certification
500.00 assistance for 1.2. No. of farmers assisted 8.9815 1.2. Quantity of certified Targets not
PGS for Participatory organic produce (MT) amenable16
Certification Guarantee System
(PGS) certification
(Lakh)

14
Maintenance of 3.59 Lakh Ha area covered in 2018-19 & 2019-20.
15
8.98 lakh farmers covered during 2018-19 & 2019-20 to be further assisted for Participatory Guarantee System
16
Estimation of data cannot be possible because: 1. Crops sown are different and their yield are different, 2. Yields vary from crop to crop and holding to holding, 3. Land holdings are different
from clusters to clusters, 4. Organic produce certified fully organic in third year.

12
13. Green Revolution: National Mission on Horticulture11 (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Creation of 1.1. No. of water sources 6,000 1. Increased acreage 1.1. Additional area brought 1,30,000
water sources created of horticulture under horticulture' (Lakh
crops Ha)
1.2. Area brought under 30,000 2. High production & 2.1. Increase in productivity 0.5%
horticulture cultivation due productivity of and improvement in quality
to water sources horticulture crops of soil (%)
creation(ha)
2. Integrated 2.1. No. of beneficiaries 12,500 2.2. Total Production of 316
nutrient supported through IPM/ horticulture produce (MT)
management, INM 3. Greater trained 3.1. No. of people trained and 1,00,000
pest human resource gainfully employed in
management, 2.2. No. of beneficiaries 125 pool in horticulture
organic farming supported through organic Horticulture
use farming
2300.00
2.3. Area under cultivation 50,000
through IPM/ INM
beneficiaries (Ha)
2.4. Area under cultivation 500
through organic farming
beneficiaries (Ha)
3. Beneficiary 3.1. No. of trainings/ FLDs 4,000
identification conducted for R&D based
and training/ activities,
extension/ 3.2. No. of farmers covered 1,00,000
awareness
4. Increased 4.1. No. of new Hi-tech and 12
capacities of small nurseries developed
nurseries. 4.2. No. of new small nurseries 80

13
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
developed
4.3. Capacity added in terms of 6,00,000
no. of plants through Hi-
tech new nurseries
4.4. Capacity added in terms of 20,00,000
no. of plants through small
new nurseries
5. Increased in no 5.1. No. of new tissue culture 10
& capacity of centres developed
tissue culture 5.2. Capacity addition in terms 2.5
units of no. of plants through
these new tissue culture
centres (Crore)
6. Increased 6.1. Area added for vegetable 3,000
vegetables seed seed production (Ha)
production units
7. FPO/FIG 7.1. No. of FIG/FPO formed 100
formation
8. Addition of 8.1. Total area under 1,30,000
cultivation area cultivation added through
new gardens (Ha)
9. Area under 9.1. Total area under 13,000
senile plants cultivation where senile
rejuvenated plants were rejuvenated
(Ha)
10. Protected 10.1. Total area under 40,000
cultivation cultivation where
protected cultivation is
done (Ha)

14
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
11. Enhance post- 11.1. Area brought under 200
harvest GAP compliant
management agricultural practice (Ha)
11.2. Capacity of integrated 5
posts harvest management
units supported of cold
storages (Lakh MT)
11.3. No. of integrated posts 100
harvest management units
supported (Ripening
chamber)
11.4. No. of integrated posts 1,000
harvest management units
supported (Pack house)
11.5. No. of integrated posts 50
harvest management units
supported (Integrated pack
house)
12. Enhanced 12.1. No. of agricultural 200
marketing marketing infra setup
facilities

15
14. Green Revolution: Sub- Mission on Agriculture Extension (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Up gradation of 1.1. Number of Model Training 70 1. Enhancement 1.1. Number of extension 1,400
knowledge & Courses (MTCs) to be in technology functionaries to be
skill of state conducted adoption trained
extension 1.2. Number of training courses to 220 through 1.2. Number of extension 4,400
functionaries be conducted by EEIs capacity functionaries to be
through MTCs, building of trained
EEIs, STRY, 1.3. Number of skill training 600 agriculture 1.3. Number of rural youth, 9,000
Skill training courses to be conducted extension farmers and farm
courses (STRY) functionaries women to be trained
1.4. Number of skill training 1,000 1.4. Number of rural youth 20,000
courses to be conducted under and farmers to be
NSDM trained
2. Farmers’ 2.1. Number of person days for 23,34,400 2. Increased 2.1. Number of beneficiary 18
training and farmer training farmers’ under farming training
1200.00
extension training and (lakhs)
support under 2.2. Number of demonstrations 4 extension 2.2. Number of beneficiary 4
ATMA (lakhs) support farmers under
demonstrations (lakhs)
2.3. Number of events for Kisan 13,200 2.3. Number of visitor 14
Mela/ Gosthies/ Farmers- under Kisan Mela/
scientist interactions Gosthies/ Farmers-
scientist interactions
(lakhs)
2.4. Number of farm schools to be 14,800 2.4. Number of 3.70
organized beneficiaries under
farm schools (lakhs)
3. Extension 3.1. Number of training 200 3. Increased 3.1. Number of 5,000
trainings under programmes under MANAGE training of beneficiaries of

16
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
MANAGE beneficiaries training programmes
under MANAGE
4. Training of 4.1. Number of agri-preneurship 100 4. Increased 4.1. Number of 2,000
agripreneurs & training programmes under AC training of agripreneurs to be
agri-input dealers & ABC Scheme agripreneur/ag trained
4.2. Number of batches for Diploma 270 ri input 4.2. Total number of agri- 2,000
in Agriculture Extension dealers ventures to be set up by
Services for Input Dealers AC&ABC trained
(DAESI) agripreneurs
5. Outreach 5.1. Number of Kisan call centres 21 4.3. Total number of input 10,800
programmes for setup dealers to be trained
farmers 5.2. Total number of programs to 5,460 5. Increased 5.1. Total number of calls 55
be aired through DD Outreach services using Kisan
5.3. Total number of programs to 30,264 programmes Call Centre (Lakh)
be aired through AIR for farmers

15. Green Revolution: Sub- Mission on Agriculture Mechanization11 (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Financial assistance to 1.1. No. of farmers/ 28,500 1. Increased reach 1.1. Increase in the farm 1.5
farmers for beneficiaries given of farm power availability per
procurement and financial assistance for mechanization unit of area cultivated
1000.00
hiring of farm procurement of among target (kw/ha)
equipment agricultural machinery/ beneficiaries
equipment

17
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Financial Assistance 2.1. No. of CHCs hubs 6,500 2. Improved 2.1. Total area brought 15
to farmers for established beneficiaries/ under mechanized
procurement and 2.2. No of Hi-Tech hubs 1,000 stakeholder agricultural practiced
hiring of farm established awareness (Lakh Ha)
equipment 2.3. Capacity utilization of 50%
established CHCs (%
across equipment/
aggregate / tractor)
2.4. Capacity utilization of 50%
established Hi-Tech hubs
(% across equipment/
aggregate/ tractor)
3. Increased awareness 3.1. No. of farmers and other 10,000
among the stakeholders trained
beneficiaries and 3.2. Number of villages where 3,000
other stakeholders Agri-mechanization
promoted
4. Increasing the farm 4.1. No. of institutes 5
equipment testing conducting product
and certification testing & certifications
capacity 4.2. No. & types of machines/ 165
equipment tested and
certified
5. Financial assistance 5.1. Area over which 5,000
for mechanized financial assistance for
demonstration mechanized
demonstration given
(Ha)

18
Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare Demand No. 2

Department of Agriculture Research and Education


1. Crop Science 17(CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Germplasm & 1.1. Total number of germplasm & 34,000 1. Expected improvement 1.1. % increase 1 to 2%
breeding lines breeding lines evaluated in potential productivity in yield
evaluated of crops potential
2. Germplasm 2.1. Total number of germplasm 5,000 2. Enhanced adoption of 2.1. Number of 10,000
conserved for conserved for long-term farming techniques farmers
long-term storage storage under crop sciences adopting to
3. Conservation of 3.1. Total number of microbial 250 Technologie
microbial genetic genetic resources conserved s
resources demonstrate
4. Genotypes 4.1. Total number of genotypes 55 d to them
identified and identified and registered for under crop
715.50
registered for unique traits science
unique traits scheme
5. Genes cloned and 5.1. Total number of genes cloned 15
characterized and characterized
6. Entries tested in 6.1. Total number of entries tested 3,000
AICRP multi- in AICRP multi-location trials
location trials
7. Varieties 7.1. Total number of varieties 70
identified by identified by AICRP Varietal
AICRP Varietal Identification Committees for
Identification release

17
Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes

19
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Committees
8. Breeder seed 8.1. Total quantity of breeder seed 65,000
produced produced
9. New technologies 9.1. Total number of new 50
developed and technologies developed and
tested tested
10. Front line 10.1. Total number of Front-line 10,000
demonstration demonstration conducted
conducted
11. Farmers trainings 11.1. Total number of farmers 250
organized trainings organized
12. Human resource 12.1. Total number of Masters 175
development and Doctoral Degrees awarded

20
Ministry of AYUSH Demand No. 4
1. National AYUSH Mission (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Provision 1.1. Total number of States having 30 1. Strengthened 1.1. Number of Govt./ Govt. Aided 140
of mandatory drug testing labs AYUSH AYUSH education institutes
AYUSH Health meeting the minimum standards
Services 1.2. Total number of drug testing labs 22 System 1.2. Total number of AYUSH units 13,500
testing 500 or above samples co-located out of total existing
PHCs, CHCs and DHs
1.3. Total number of drug samples 10,000 1.3. Number of additional upto 50 10
tested bedded integrated AYUSH
hospitals operationalized
1.4. Total number of additional upto 50 95 1.4. Number of facilities providing 16,500
bedded integrated AYUSH drugs for defined common
hospitals for which funds released ailments
705.00 1.5. Total no. of exclusive /standalone 7,600 1.5.Total number of drug samples 10,000
Govt. / Govt. aided Ayush Hospitals tested that meet the quality
and AYUSH dispensaries for which standards
funds released for up gradation of
(AYUSH Hospital/ Dispensaries)
1.6. Additional AYUSH educational 115 1.6 Number of patients attended to in 13.50
institutes (UG/ PG/ Pharmacy/Para- govt. AYUSH facilities (lakh per
Medical Courses) for which funds month)
released for (upgradation/new set-
up)
1.7. Additional AYUSH units co-located 7
in health facilities (PHCs, CHCs, &
DHs) for which funds
released(PHC/ CHC/ DH)

21
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.8. Total number of States having 15
functional State/PSU pharmacies

22
Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers Demand No. 6
Department of Fertilizers

1. Urea Subsidy (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increase in 1.1. Total installed capacity of 232.94 1. Availability of 1.1. Total quantity of urea 335.31
installed Urea urea production (in LMT) Fertilizers at the available at the state level
production facility retail level (in LMT)
2. Enhanced 2.1. Total production data for urea 264.22 1.2. No. of stock-outs 0
production by (in LMT)18 complaints received
47805 providing cost 2.2. Total dispatches data for urea 335.31 2. Availability of 2.1. No. of times stock went 0
plus subsidy (in LMT) Urea to farmers below the minimum
in sufficient demand levels in the
quantity and at warehouse
the right time 2.2. Total sales of urea at the 335.31
farmer’s end (in LMT)

2. Nutrient Based Subsidy (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
23504 1. Increased 1.1. Total indigenous 1. Easy availability 1.1. Total quantity of indigenous P and K 15818
production of production of P&K 15818 of fertilizers to fertilizers supplied against the
indigenous P fertilizers (in LMT) the farmers demand to the farmers (in LMT)

18 Estimated

23
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
and K 1.2. Total sales of P&K fertilizers at the 215.22
farmer’s end (in LMT)

24
Ministry of Coal Demand No. 9
1. Exploration of Coal and Lignite (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Promotional (Regional) 1.1. Length of 1.00 1. New area to be 1.1. Quantity in Sq. Km. 135
exploration in Coal Blocks drilling (in lakh added
meters)
700.00
2. Detailed Exploration in Non-CIL 2.1. Length of 6.00 2. Area to be 2.1. Quantity in Sq. Km. 250
coal blocks drilling (in lakh added in G1/G2
meters) category

25
Ministry of Commerce & Industry Demand No. 10
Department of Commerce

1. ECGC Limited (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. To finance increase in 1.1. No. of fresh policies 5,500 1. Insurance 1.1. Maximum Liability (Rs in crore) 1,20,000
equity of ECGC issued protection
appropriately to meet to
1.2. Net premium earned 1,425 1.2. Value of exports supported (Rs in 8,00,000
the capital adequacy exporters
(Rs. In crore) crore)
norms for providing against
650.00 1.3. No. of new buyers 18,500 1.3. Share of National Exports supported 35%
adequate insurance payment
cover to Indian added risks (Total risk value/India’s merchandise
exporters as exports exports)
grow 1.4. Ratio of PAT to 8% 1.4. Risk to capital ratio 20
average net worth

2. Interest Equalisation Scheme: Post and Pre-Shipment (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

26
1. 5% rate of Interest 1.1. (i)No. of claims filed by Targets not 1. Providing 1.1. (i)% changes in Targets
Equalization provided to exporters amenable Cheaper credit coverage of claims not
all manufacturer exporters to manufacture over last year. amenable
of MSME Sector w.e.f. (ii) Total value of claims exporters of (ii) Total value of
2300.00 2.11.2018 and 3% rate of reimbursed by RBI to other MSME sector exports supported
Interest Equalization to banks (Rs.in cr.) and identified (Rs. in cr.)
manufacture exporters of 416 Tariff lines.
specified 416 Tariff lines.

3. Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) in place of Duty Drawback Scheme (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. MEIS
1. MEIS scrips 1.1. The Value of Scrips granted in the Targets 1. Increase in export 1.1. % increase in 5%19
granted Financial Year. not volume and value for export value for HS
amenable items added in MEIS Codes/products
in the year 2018-19. which are added in
the MEIS schedule.
b. Service Exports from India Scheme (SEIS)
701.32 1. SEIS scrips 1.1. The value of Scrips granted in the Targets 1. Increase in value of 1.1. % increase in gross 5% 20
granted Financial year. not exports in dollar terms earnings under the
amenable for all applicants who service categories.
have taken SEIS scrips
as compared to
services rendered in
the previous financial
year.

19
value terms in USD of items under MEIS over and above the average rate of growth of items not under MEIS in 2020-21
20 growth in value terms over the average rate of growth of services year on year.

27
Ministry of Commerce Demand No. 11
Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade

1. National Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)

2020-21 Target Target


Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

1. Substantial completion of the 1.1 No. of projects 07 1. Development of 1.1 Number and area 1,000
trunk infrastructure packages at appraised infrastructure of industrial plots acres
DMIC nodes and Taking up of facilities in the region allotted
master planning and preliminary 1.2 No. of projects 04 would open avenues 1.2 Total no. of 4,000
engineering for new projects approved and for development of employment
1200.00 under different Industrial sanctioned Greenfield Industrial generated (direct)
Corridors such as CBIC, CBIC 1.3 No. of ongoing 15 Area and provide 1.3 Total no. of 16,250
with extension to Kochi via projects impetus for further employment
Coimbatore, VCIC, etc. along completed development of the generated
with Approval and Sanctioning 1.4. No. of Acres 1,000 region. (indirect)
of the same allotment of plots acres
to industrial units

2. Fund of Funds (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Fund of Funds will finance 1.1. Drawdown by AIFs 1,054.97 1. AIFs to invest 1.1. Amounts invested in 2,110
1054.97 Alternate Investment Funds (AIFs) (Rs. Crores) into Startups Startups (Rs. Crores)

28
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
for investment into Startups.

3. Refund of Central and Integrated GST to Industrial Units in North Eastern Region and Himalayan States (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs. OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr.)
2020-21 Target Target
Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1716.00 1. To assist units by 1.1 Inspection of all the No. of 1. Provision of budgetary 1.1 Allocation of 2,192
providing budgetary remaining units units support for the units as a additional budget to
support located in the registered under the assisted – goodwill measure which DPIIT under the
North Eastern region Scheme 2,192 will improve scheme and its
including Sikkim, competitiveness of the authorization by
J&K, Himachal units and promote DPIIT to CBIC.
Pradesh and investment development
Uttarakhand of these areas.

29
Ministry of Communications Demand No.12
Department of Posts

1. Postal Operations (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Rural Business 1.1. No. of BOs(Branch offices ) 200 1. Enhanced Rural 1.1 No. of POSB 2
to be opened in high priority Business, better accounts opened (in
areas including LWE districts access to Postal Lakhs)
Network and
1.2. No. of franchisee outlets to 100 creation of Rural 1.2 No. of villages 2,300
be opened Infrastructure benefitted by better
postal facilities due
to improvement in
infrastructure of
branch post offices
1204.53
1.3. No. of new improved letter 1.3 No. of rural citizens 23
boxes to be installed to Rural 5,600 benefitted due to
BOs improved Branch
1.4. No. of new signages to be 8,400 post offices (in
installed in Rural BOs Lakhs)
1.5. No. of BOs where 2,300
Infrastructure will be
improved
1.6. No. of BOs where new cash 2,500
chests will be embedded

30
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Mail Operations 2.1. No. of POs where 145 2. Enhancing the 2.1 Volume of articels 1
and upgradation Infrastructure upgradation capacity of booked in Post
of services will be done for Speed Post processing of Offices where
Centres Speed Post Infrastructure
articles and upgradation is
Increase in being done for
Network Speed Post Centres
Optimization (in
Project and lakhs/office/month)
2.2. No. of plastic seals and 70,000 Improvement of 2.2 Reduction in transit 1.5
labels to be procured for Services for time due to
security of closed bags mails and Development of
including procurement of parcels. Road Transport
standardized bags. network (Average
days/route)
2.3. No of routes on which 95 2.3 Increase in volume 9.7521
Development of Road of Parcel handling
Transport network will be capacity and small
done handling capacity
(Crore)
2.4. Establishment of e- 39 2.4 Increase in market 5.25 %22
commerce Centres / Parcel share of parcel
Booking Centres / handling capacity
International Business (from present)
Centers

21
from present 7.5 Cr
22
from present 4%

31
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. Post Office 3.1. Total No. of Central 10 3. Customer 3.1 Total no. of chip 50
Saving Bank processing Centres (CPCs) Satisfaction and enabled debit cards
Operations to be setup ease of issued (in Lakhs)
transactions &
Increase in no. of
transactions.
4. Postal Life 4.1. Total value of insurance 13,000 4. Greater life 4.1 Total premium 130
Insurance (PLI) products sold(Sum Assured) insurance income insured
Operations. (in Rs. Crore) coverage under PLI and RPLI
amongst govt (Rural Postal Life
professional Insurance ) (in Rs.
persons and Crore)
4.2. Number of Training 150 greater rural 4.2 Total Number of 50,000
Sessions conducted for insurance persons to be trained
postal staff. penetration
4.3. Publicity of insurance 150
products (No. of workshops
to be conducted )
5. Business 5.1. No. of advertising 45 5. Above the line 5.1 Increase in Postal 1,000
Promotion, campaigns. campaigns Revenue (in Rs.
Marketing through various Crore)
Research and media options
Product viz. TV,
Development electronic,
Radio, Print,
outdoor etc as
well as
promotional
activities through
below the line

32
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
activities that
will provide
greater visibility
to postal
products and
services
6. Philately: 6.1. Advertising and publicity 19 6. Preserving 6.1 Advertising and 50,00023
Generate more campaigns Indian Heritage publicity campaigns
revenue from 6.2. No of Philately exhibitions 40 and Culture to generate greater
Philately as a to be held awareness about
stream of hobby philately and
& interest by increase in PDA
promotion & accounts.
marketing of
Philately and its
products
7. Philately: Create 7.1. No. of My Stamp Counter to 12 6.2 Volume of My 50
more awareness in be opened Stamps sold from
the minds of 7.2. No. of seminars and 40 newly opened My
youngsters for use workshops to be held Stamp Counter (per
of Philately and counter per month)
letter writing.
8. Philately: 8.1. Upgradation of Philatelic 40
Internationally Bureau
increase
awareness about
quality of stamps
and domains in

23
Increase in PDA accounts by 50,000

33
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Indian Philately.
9. Quality of Service 9.1. No of Service delivery 10 7. Improve queuing 7.1 Reduction in
excellence certificate to be and work load queuing time at
obtained management in HPOs for receiving 5
large post offices service at counters
in all circles & (in Minutes)
9.2. No. of offices for renewal of 10 Better Quality 7.2 No. of offices where 10
ISO certification and improvement renewal of
9.3. No. of head offices where 4 in service. certification is done
Dynamic Queue
Managements System
(DQMS) shall be installed
9.4. No. of post offices where 200
Dynamic Queue
Managements System
(DQMS) shall be installed
10. IT Induction and 10.1. Number of branch post 10,000 8. To digitize all 8.1 Number of rural 1.1
Modernisation: offices where main the available citizens benefitted
Rural Hardware - computing devices are services (mail, with the services of
To provide supplied financial, rural Digital Banking (in
connectivity, 10.2. Number of branch post 10,000 postal life Crores)
hardware & solar offices where main insurance, retail,
power panels to computing devices is to be cash
Rural post offices rolled out management
10.3. Number of branch post 11,000 etc.) for
offices where network enhanced
connectivity is to be customer
provided services to rural
10.4. Number of branch post 12,000 areas with
offices where solar Panel is seamless flow of

34
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
to be installed information ,
available at all
levels
11. IT Induction and 11.1. Number of post offices 9. Digitization of
Modernisation: where core banking 2,000 all financial
Financial System solution is to be rolled out transactions
Integrator (FSI) - 11.2. Number of post offices 2,000 including core
To implement where postal life insurance banking, postal
solutions for core is to be rolled out life insurance
banking, postal 11.3. Number of ATMs to be 4 and to provide
life insurance in rolled out interoperable
all post offices ATMs for the
and to provide convenience of
services through the customers
multiple delivery
channels like
ATM, SMS , etc.
12. IT Induction and 12.1. Number of post offices 1,800 10. Secure and
Modernisation: where network connectivity robust
Network is to be provided centralized
Integrator (NI) - network
To provide connectivity with
connectivity for centralized
each office resolution of
location from 2 network related
different network complaints
service providers
in order to ensure
uninterrupted
network

35
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
connectivity (~
29,000 locations)
though one single
Wide Area
Network.
13. IT Induction and 13.1. Number of postal, RMS 15 11. Integration of the
Modernisation: divisions as well head post financial
Core System offices which are to be (banking and
Integrator (CSI) - rolled out insurance) and
To implement the 13.2. Number of post offices 15 non-financial
solutions for Mail where network connectivity processes (speed
Operation, Retail, is to be provided post, money
Logistics Post, order etc.) for
Philately, Finance increased
& Accounts & visibility into the
Human Resources processes and for
and integration overall
with other operational
applications efficiency.

36
Ministry of Communications Demand No. 13
Department of Telecommunications

1. Defence Spectrum - Optical Fibre Cable Based Network for Defence Services (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Laying of 1.1. Total % of OFC laid 100% 1. Countrywide secure, 1.1. % of OFC links 100%
OFC out of total KM OFC Multi service and Multi- commissioned for the
laying work that has Protocol Converged Next entire project
been executed for the Generation Network
entire project
5000.0024
2. Placement 2.1. Total % of equipment 100% 2. Countrywide secure, 2.1. Supply, Installation, 100%
of Purchase components for which Multi service and Multi- Testing & Commissioning
Orders for PO placed for the Protocol Converged Next (SITC) of various
equipments entire project Generation Network components for the entire
project

2. Compensation to Service Providers for Creation and Augmentation of telecom infrastructure (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Coverage of uncovered 1.1. No. of mobile 1,200 1. Provision of 1.1. Coverage of villages 1,100
villages in the North East towers to be Mobile services with mobile services
8000.00 commissioned in uncovered - No. of new villages
villages covered along with
National Highways

24
As per CCEA approval target date of commissioning is May 2020 and total cost is Rs 24664 cr.

37
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Gram Panchayats connected 2.1. Number of GPs 2,00,000 2. Utilization of 2.1. Bandwidth utilization 500
with high speed broadband activated through BharatNet (in TB)
Optical infrastructure
Fibre/Radio/Satellit 2.2. Dark Fiber utilization 20,000
e (cumulative (cumulative km)
including 6288 on
2.3. Wi-Fi provision in 1,00,000
satellites)
GPs (No.)
2.2. Total km of OFC 5,50,000 2.4. FTTH connection 2,50,000
laid (No.)
3. Provision of submarine OFC 3.1. Commissioning of Yes 3. Provision of 3.1. Increase in bandwidth Targets not
connectivity between submarine OFC high speed amenable
Mainland (Chennai) and (100 GPs) by June bandwidth in
Andaman & Nicobar islands 2020 (Yes/No) Andaman &
Nicobar islands
4. Mobile connectivity 4.1. No. of mobile 124 4. Telecom 4.1. Increase in mobile 8525
(2G+4G) in uncovered towers to be development in connectivity (No. of
villages and seamless cover commissioned rural & remote uncovered villages)
age on NH-223 in ANI areas of ANI
5. Provision of Mobile 5.1. Provision of mobile 354 5. Covering 5.1. Mobile services 354
Services in 354 uncovered services uncovered facilitation in
villages of Ladakh & J&K, (Installation in villages with uncovered villages
border and their priority villages – numbers) mobile service (No. of villages)
areas

25
Improvement in quality of life and e-governance services in ANI. Mobile coverage in 85 uncovered villages.

38
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
6. Provision of Mobile 6.1. Provision of mobile 1,200 6. Increase 6.1. Provision of mobile 1,200
Services in Left Wing service for Mobile services for security
Affected Areas (Phase-II) communications in penetration agencies ensured at
left wing extremism with upgraded these locations (No
area for security technology in of mobiles towers
forces & general these areas installed)
people at identified specially to
MHA locations (no. security
of towers) agencies of
MHA etc
7. Provision of mobile service 7.1. No. of towers to be 300 7. Increase 7.1. Increase in mobile 16
in Aspirational districts installed Mobile connectivity in
penetration Aspirational Districts
with upgraded (No. of districts
technology in covered)
Aspirational
districts
8. Provision of 25000 WiFi 8.1. No. of WiFi Hotspot 25,000 8. Provide WiFi 8.1. No. of Rural 25,000
Hotspot at BSNL Rural to be set up at connectivity exchanges of BSNL
Exchanges BSNL Rural with internet
Exchanges connectivity
9. Provision of Mobile 9.1. No. of sites 2,343 9. Mobile 9.1. No. of locations 2,343
Services in Left Wing providing mobile connectivity in where mobile
Extremism (LWE-I) services for which Left Wing services is available.
affected areas O&M subsidy will Extremism
be disbursed. affected areas

39
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Demand No. 14

Department of Consumer Affairs


1. Consumer Protection- Price Stabilisation Fund (PSF) Scheme (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. in Cr.)
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Target 2020-21 Output Indicators
2020-21
1. Direct Procurement 1.1. Quantity of Agri- Pulses - 19.526 1. Moderation in 1.1. Maximum Managing
of commodities Horticultural Commodities Onion - 127 level and Monthly price
from farmers/ procured (Commodity Wise) volatility of Average Price ceiling to
FPOs at the Farm (In lakh Metric Ton) prices of recorded be within
Gate/ Mandi notified agri- before decision 20% of the
2. Import of 2.1 Import of Agri-Horticultural Target not horticultural to build maximum
commodities to Commodities (In Metric amenable28 commodities substantive monthly
2000.00 maintain Price Ton under PSF in buffer under average
stabilization relation to the PSF was taken recorded up
3. Calibrated release 3.1. Quantity of Agri- Sale of about 10 prices reported i.e., before to years
of stock of Horticultural Commodities Lakh MT will fetch by Price Sept 2016. prior to
commodities at disposed through authorized around Rs. 4,000 Monitoring September
reasonable prices channels including open crore. Cell (PMC) 2016.
& their timely market sales
distribution

26 Ramesh Chand Committee has recommended buffer level of 16.53 LMT pulses for 2020-21. Now it has been decided to create a buffer of 19.5 LMT. In the event of prices ruling under MSP,
buffer requirement would be met from transfer of pulses procured under PSS implemented by DACFW.
27
Creation of Buffer of Minimum one lakh MT of onion to ensure its availability and moderate prices during lean season.
28
Buffer of Pulses would be built through transfer of pulses from PSS, DACFW. However, if domestic availability of pulses falls short, import may be undertaken/considered level of buffer of
pulses. The buffer of onion would be created from the domestic procurement and through Import.

40
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Demand No. 15

Department of Food and Public Distribution


1. Food Subsidy- Food Subsidy for Decentralized Procurement (DCP) of Foodgrains under the National Food Security Act (CS)
2. Food Subsidy – Food subsidy to Food corporation of India (FCI) under the National Security Act (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Distribution of food 1.1 Quantity of food grains 55 1. Food security through 1.1 Food grains 100%
grains to eligible distributed (in million distribution of distributed as a
165319.6829 households (in million tons) subsidized food grains percentage to
tons) to the targeted allocation of food
population grains (%)

3. Assistance to State Agencies for intra-state movement of foodgrains and FPS dealers’ margin under NFSA (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets Outcome Indicators Targets
2020-21 2020-21
1. Delivery of 1.1 Quantity of foodgrains 55 1. To ensure smooth 1.1 Percentage of 100%
foodgrains upto delivered at door-step of distribution of foodgrains delivered
3982.54 doorstep of FPS FPS (in million tons) foodgrains through at the door-steps of
Fair Price Shops Fair Price Shops vis-à-
vis allocation.

29Sum of Rs. 127982.54 – Food subsidy to Food Corporation of India (FCI) under the National Security Act (CS) and Rs. 37337.14 - Food Subsidy for Decentralized Procurement (DCP) of
Foodgrains under the National Food Security Act (CS)

41
4. New Scheme for Assistance to Sugar Mills for 2019-20 Season (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Discharge of their 1.1 Quantity of sugar 60 1. To improve 1.1 Assistance extended to 4,500
respective quota by sugar exported(export of liquidity position sugar mills under the
mills out of mill-wise sugar under of sugar mill to scheme; utilized for
Maximum Admissible MAEQ in LMT) enable them to payment of cane price
500.00
Export Quantity (MAEQ) clear Cane Price/ dues of farmers (Rs. in
of 60 LMT of sugar for arrears of crores)
export during sugar farmers.
season 2019-20

42
Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region Demand No. 22
1. Scheme of North East Council (NEC) and Component of Special Development Project (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Regional Tourism 1.1. Number of infrastructure 10 1. Employment 1.1. Increase in tourist 20%
Support for theme- projects completed generation, increase footfall
based tourism circuit in in income of
NER services and
tourism sectors,
infrastructure
development, skill
development
2. Higher Education 2.1. Number of projects 79 2. Development of 2.1. Number of 15,000
completed in sports educational students benefitted
2.2. Number of projects 87 facilities and
completed in education and creation of job
social sector opportunities
869.90
3. Tertiary Healthcare & 3.1. No. of projects of hospital 6 3. Improved medical 3.1. No of patients 4,000
special interventions in buildings/health centres to education and benefitted
backward areas be constructed/upgraded access to health
3.2. No. of Hospital beds added 100 services 3.2. No. of 225
3.3. No. of medical/Nursing 300 Medical/Nursing
students to be trained students certified
4. Agriculture & Allied 4.1. No. of projects completed 16 4. Augmenting 4.1. % increase in the 10-15%
Sector livelihood, income of the
employment and targeted
4.2. No. of non-projects (events) 14 increase in income beneficiaries
completed of artisans, farmers
to achieve self-
sufficiency in the

43
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
agri-allied
products

5. Promotion of NER: 5.1. Number of events supported 30 5. Improved 5.1. No. of 15,000
Support for awareness, awareness/advocac Participants in the
advocacy and y/ promotion of events
promotion of NER NER
5.2. Number of advertorials 20 6. Construction/ 6.1. Number of 5
preservation of projects
museums / completed in NE
archaeological States
5.3. Number of projects 22
heritage
funded(ongoing)
6. Construction/up 6.1. Length of formation cutting 12 7. Number of 7.1. No. of villages 11
gradation of Inter- in Km villages and town and towns
States Roads 6.2. Length of WBM in Km 8 connected with connected
6.3. Length of carpeting in Km 4.5 inter-states roads

2. Non lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) for North East & Sikkim (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction and up 1.1. Length of formation 66.30 1. Improved 1.1. Population targeted 49,50,000
gradation of roads cutting in Km villages/hilly to be on completion
551.75
1.2. Length of WBM in 232.67 towns’ (in No.)
Km connectivity

44
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.3. Length of carpeting 232.67
in Km
2. Establishment/ up 1.1. No. of sub-stations 9 2. Improved 2.1. Population targeted to 19,80,000
gradation sub- stations/ constructed/upgraded power be on completion (in
transmission lines availability No.)

3. Construction/up 3.1. No. of projects of 2 3. Improved 3.1. Population targeted to 55,000


gradation of primary hospital buildings/ access to health be on completion (in
and secondary health health centres services No.)
sector infrastructure constructed/ upgraded
4. Construction/up 4.1. No. of projects of 22 4. Improved 4.1. Number of seats 4,840
gradation of primary schools constructed/ access to targeted to be created
and secondary sector upgraded School (in No.)
education education
infrastructure
5. Water Supply projects 5.1. Number of water 7 5. Improved 5.1. Population targeted to 2,97,000
supply projects supply of be on completion (in
completed drinking water No.)

3. North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme (NESIDS) Programme (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction and up 1.1. Length of Roads with 198.49 1. Improved 1.1. Population targeted to be 6,28,894
620.00 gradation of roads Black- topping in Km villages/hilly benefitted on completion
towns’ (in No.)

45
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
connectivity

2. Establishment/ up 2.1. No. of sub-stations 2 2. Improved 2.1. Population targeted to be 16,7,750


gradation sub- stations/ constructed/upgraded power benefitted on completion
transmission lines availability (in No.)
3. Construction/up 3.1. No. of projects of 3 3. Improved 3.1. Population targeted to be 5,04,900
gradation of primary and hospital buildings/ access to health benefitted on completion
secondary health sector health centres services (in No.)
infrastructure constructed/ upgraded
4. Construction/up 4.1. No. of projects of 3 4. Improved 4.1. Number of seats targeted 352
gradation of primary and schools constructed/ access to to be created (in No.)
secondary sector upgraded School
education infrastructure education
5. Water Supply projects 5.1. Number of water 11 5. Improved 5.1. Population targeted to be 1,37,198
supply projects supply of benefitted on completion
completed drinking water (in No.)

46
Ministry of Earth Sciences Demand No. 23
1. Ocean Services Technology Observation Resources Modelling & Sciences (O-STORMS) (CS) re-designated as Ocean Services,
Modelling, Applications, Resources and Technology (OSMART) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Improved Safety at sea 1.1 No. of buoys to 2 1. (a)Coverage 1.1. No of hotspots under 2
and in coastal areas be commissioned expansion and coastal water quality
for Marine improvement of monitoring system
Observation costal water
along Indian monitoring
Coast -Coastal (b)Augmentation of
buoys data would help in
1.2 Augmentation in 19 better predication of 1.2. Improve the lead time of 5
the no. of ocean disasters prediction of cyclones (in
observation (c)Increased lead days)
systems as a part time for enabling
567.0030 of the multi- timely response on
hazard warning emergency
system-Moored advisories
Buoys
1.3 No. of tsunami 7 1.3. Improve issue of early 10
buoys - warning of tsunamis
Operational &Time taken
(Average/Highest/Lowest)
to issue tsunami advisories
(in minutes)
2. Coastal states 2.1. Increase in the 2.5 2. (a)Improve in 2.1. Increase in resolution of 2.5
monitoring resolution of the coastal inundations inundation models (in km)

30
including proposed Deep Ocean Mission

47
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
real-time (b)Issuance of
inundation model weather and fishery
(in Km) advisories to support
2.2. Number of 24 fishing industry 2.2. Assessment of health of 24
locations for the coastal waters of India
monitoring of (number of coastal
coastal pollution stations)
2.3. No of states 4 2.3. Assess the shoreline 4
where Coastal changes of the Indian
Erosion is being Coast (number of sites)
monitored
2.4. New system 2 2.4. No. Of registered mobile 8
setup for species user of fisherman
specific advisory community (in lakhs)
services as well
as potential
fishing zone
assessment
services
2.5. No. of fisheries 300 2.5. Economic benefits 35,000
advisories issued generated from ocean
advisory services (Rs in
crores)
3. Exploration of Marine 3.1. Area covered 1,00,000 3. (a)Assess the 3.1. % of total west coast of 100%
resources under impacts of India covered
(a)Underwater living bathymetric data anthropogenic
resources Marine acquisition in effects
Species exclusive
(b)Underwater Non- economic zone (b)Exploration of

48
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
living resources - e.g of India (sq. polymetallic nodules
minerals km.) and sulfides
3.2. % of 2.2 million 72%
Sq. km. of 3.2. No. of cruises undertaken 3
Exclusive 3.3. Continuation of contract Yes
Economic Zone with International Seabed
explored Authority(Yes/No)
4. Replacement of Ocean 4.1. % ocean 40% 4. Research on ocean 4.1. No. of publications in peer 35
Research Vessels research vessels science and reviewed journals
outlived their technology
designed
life/needs
replacement
(2/5)
5. Commissioning of 5.1. Identifying Yes 5. Setting up of OTEC 5.1. No. of OTEC plants set Target not
OTEC powered suitable plant in up amenable
Desalination plants contractor Lakshadweep
(Yes/No)
5.2. Acceptance of Yes
detailed
engineering
report (Yes/No)

49
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Demand No. 24
1. Digital India Programme – Promotion of Electronics and IT HW Manufacturing (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Financial Assistance and 1.1. Total amount of incentive 500 1. Promoting 1.1. Increase in 6,55,000
incentives to the Industries given on capital expenditure domestic domestic
under the Modified Special manufactu production of
Incentive Package Scheme ring electronics @ 19%
(M-SIPS) resulting (in Rs. Crore)
2. Grant for infrastructure 2.1. Number of EMCs to whom 17 into
980.00 development in electronics Grant is sanctioned reduction
sector in
3. Investment in venture 3.1. Number of Venture funds in 8 dependenc
funds through EDF for which investment done e on
promoting ESDM Sector through EDF imports.
3.2. Amount of Investment of 50
EDF in the venture funds

2. Digital India Programme – R & D in IT, Electronics, CCBT [including TIDE 2.0] (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Support to 1.1. Total number of locations 4 1. Start-ups 1.1. Total number of Start-ups 50
incubators & where incubators have been supported to supported
762.99
specialized setup (theme-based further
Electropreneur incubators) Innovation-

50
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
parks led ecosystem
2. Research & 2.1. Total number of projects 8 2. Increase in 2.1. Total number of new jobs 200
Development in undertaken (Ongoing and employment generated
Electronics, New projects) – R&D in opportunities
Communication IT in the ICT
Convergence & Industry
Broadband 2.2. Total number of projects 8 3. IPRs 3.1. Total nos. of patents/ 10
Technologies undertaken (Ongoing and generated by copyrights filed
(CC&BT) & IT New projects) - R&D in supported
Electronics start-ups
2.3. Total number of projects 8 to 10
undertaken (Ongoing and 4. Development 4.1. Deployment of 1
New projects) - R&D in of new technologies (R&D in IT)
CC&BT technologies 4.2. Deployment of 3
by carrying technologies (R&D in
out proof-of- Electronics)
concepts, 4.3. Deployment of 1
prototypes, technologies (R&D in
products, CCBT)
efforts to start 4.4. Transfer of technology 1
Incubation/ (R&D in IT)
start-up in the 4.5. Transfer of technology 5
mentioned (R&D in Electronics)
areas 4.6. Transfer of technology 1
(R&D in CCBT)
4.7. Commercialization of 1
technologies (R&D in
Electronics)
4.8. Patents filing (R&D in IT) 2

51
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
4.9. Patents filing (R&D in 12
Electronics)
4.10. Patents filing (R&D in 2
CCBT)
4.11. Publication (R&D in 10
IT)
4.12. Publication (R&D in 50
Electronics)
4.13. Publication (R&D in 40
CCBT)
4.14. Special training/ PhD 60
(R&D in IT)
4.15. Special training/ PhD 300
(R&D in Electronics)
4.16. Special training/PhD 160
(R&D in CCBT)
a. TIDE 2.0
1. Deepening the 1.1. No. of incubators 51 1. Increased 1.1. Total employment 400
base for start-up supported employment generated
ecosystem 1.2. No. of start-ups supported 300 and higher 1.2. No. of products developed 20
support 1.3. No. of ecosystem activities 1 startup 1.3. No. of patents registered 10
1.4. No. of training workshops 50 growth with 1.4. No. of Copyrights 10
conducted enhanced registered
1.5. No. of low engagement 40 investments 1.5. No. of Trademarks 10
programmes conducted in the startup registered
1.6. No. of deep engagement 5 system 1.6. No. of invested start-ups 20
programmes conducted
1.7. No. of challenge grants 5
launched

52
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.8. No. of hackathons 5
organized
1.9. No. of industrial tie-ups/ 20
MoUs signed by the
incubators

53
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Demand No. 25
1. Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats31 (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Project Tiger
1. Anti-poaching 1.1. Number of anti-poaching 75 1. Stabilization of 1.1. Size of tiger Targets are
activities infrastructure assets to be constructed populations of population not
including camps, critically amenable32
patrolling. endangered,
flagship and
other species in
their habitats
1.2. Number of wildlife crime seizures Target not 2. Expansion of 1.2. Increase in number 1
made w.r.t. tiger amenable PAs covered of Tiger Reserves
1.3. Deployment of anti-poaching 6,500 under the 2.1. Increase in area 800
532.00 personnel scheme under Tiger
Reserves (in sq
km)
2. Strengthening of 2.1. Number of high watch towers to be 25 2.2. Increase in 1.1%
infrastructure constructed for surveillance percentage of area
within Tiger designated as a
Reserve Protected Area
(including new and/or Tiger
Tiger Reserves) Reserve
2.2. Number of bridges/Culverts to be 15 3. Strengthening 3.1. Number of Tiger 7
constructed and Reserves showing
consolidation positive category

31
Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes
32 As per All India Estimation, 2018-19, the new value of tiger population is 2,967

54
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
of PA change in
management Management
Effectiveness
Evaluation
2.3. Number of earthen ponds/dams to be 20 3.2. No. of TRs with 3
created unified control
over Core and
Buffer zones
2.4. Number of fire watch towers to be 15 4. Securing 4.1. Increase in area 250
constructed critical wildlife under forest cover
habitats like within designated
corridors and wildlife
critically corridor(in sq km)
endangered
habitats like
mangroves
2.5. Number of staff quarters to be 150 5. Reduction in 5.1. Number of human Targets not
constructed man-animal fatalities due to amenable
conflict man-animal
conflict.
2.6. Number of Offices to be constructed 10 5.2. Amount of Targets not
financial ex-gratia amenable
paid for instances
of conflict
3. Habitat 3.1. Area to be covered under grassland 5,000 6. Legalisation of 6.1. Number of Tiger 5
improvement development (ha) the Conservation
(enrichment, management plans to be
planting, interventions in approved
soil/moisture Tiger Reserves

55
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
conservation, 3.2. Area to be covered under invasive 5,500 7. Increased 7.1. Number of 1,200
water harvesting, plant removal activities including preparedness persons to be
fire/flood removal of gregarious plant growth of the forest sensitised
protection) from grasslands ha) officials for
active
management
involving
stakeholders
concerned
4. Supporting 4.1. Number of man-days of livelihood to 8.25 8. Enhancement 8.1. Number of 1,600
livelihoods be provided (in lakhs) of capacity of persons to be
forest/other trained
dept. officials
5. Voluntary 5.1. Number of families to be relocated 1,000 9. Replication of 9.1. Number of Tiger Target not
Relocation of 5.2. Number of villages to be relocated 8 good Reserves where amenable
villages from 5.3. Area to be made inviolate by 1,000 management good management
core /critical relocation (ha) practices practices to be
tiger habitats of replicated
Tiger Reserves
to make them
inviolate
6. Management 6.1. Number of Tiger Conservation Plan 5
planning, (TCP) / indicative Tiger Conservation
strengthening Plan (where Tiger Conservation Plan
research and is not approved) to be put in place
awareness, 6.2. Dissemination workshops to be 110
capacity building conducted
6.3. Number of Trainings to be conducted 175
6.4. Study tours to be conducted for 50

56
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
appraisal of good practices
b. Project Elephant
1. Management 1.1. No. of 15 1. Stabilization of 1.1. Size of elephant 29,964
planning, workshops/seminars/trainings/confere populations of population
strengthening nces to be organised critically
research and endangered,
awareness, flagship and
capacity building other species in
their habitats
2. Habitat 2.1. Area to be improved under tree/fodder 210 2. Integrated 2.1. Length of fire- 630
improvement plantation (in ha) protection lines to be brought
(enrichment through under fire
planting, landscape-level prevention and
soil/moisture interventions control (in km)
conservation, 2.2. Area to be covered under invasive 140 and 2.2. Number of 70
water harvesting, plant removal activities (in ha) transboundary elephant barriers to
fire/flood PA initiatives be created
protection) 2.3. No. of water holes to be created (in 140 2.3. Number of salt 30
ha) licks to be created
3. Anti-poaching 3.1. Number of anti-poaching camps/sheds 75 3. Securing 3.1. No. of Elephant 30
activities to be created critical wildlife Reserves to be
including camps, habitats like created
watchtowers, 3.2. Number of anti-poaching squads to be 15 corridors 3.2. Amount to be spent 27
patrolling, legal created on eco-
aid, procurement 3.3. Number of watch towers to be created 24 development work
of in elephant
3.4. Stretch of patrolling path to be 620
rifles/guns/ammu corridor (Rs.
created/maintained (in km)
nition and Lakhs)
infrastructure

57
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
such as GPS, fire
crackers etc
c. Development of Wildlife Habitats
1. Management planning 1.1. Total number of PAs to be 400 1. Stabilization of 1.1. Number of species 21
strengthening covered populations of to be covered
research and 1.2. No. of PAs to have Management 400 critically 1.2. Species count - Target not
awareness, capacity Plans endangered, Lion amenable33
building 1.3. No. of PAs with Management 400 flagship and 1.3. Species count - Target not
Plan to be active other species in Manipur brow- amenable33
their habitats antlered deer
1.4. Number of Capacity building 650 1.4. Species count – Target not
seminars/workshop/trainings to Nilgiri Tahr amenable33
be organised
1.5. Number of Awareness 625 1.5. Species count - Target not
programmes/stakeholder Rhinoceros amenable33
consultations to be organized
2. Relocation of villages 2.1. Size of population to be relocated 590 1.6. Number of species Target not
declared extinct amenable33
2.2. Number of PAs to be covered by 2 2. Integrated 2.1. Area to be 20,000
relocation programmes protection brought under fire
through protection(in sq
landscape-level km)
3. Including projects for 3.1. Combined area of projects to be 6,000 interventions 2.2. Area to be brought 20,000
high-value taken up outside of Pas (in sq and under boundary
biodiversity areas km) transboundary protection(in sq
outside of PAs PA initiatives km)

33 Cannot be predicted

58
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
4. Habitat improvement 4.1. Area to be covered under tree 1,000 2.3. Perambulation (in 5,000
(enrichment planting, plantation (in ha) sq km)
soil/ moisture 4.2. Area to be brought under 20,000 3. Expansion of 3.1. Percentage of 24.39%
conservation, water invasive plant removal (in ha) PAs covered area to be under
harvesting, fire/ flood under the forest cover
protection) 4.3. No. of water holes to be created 1,500 scheme 3.2. Percentage of 5.02%
4.4. No. of water holes to be 2,000 national territorial
maintained area to be
5. Anti- poaching 5.1. Number of Watch towers to be 15 designated as a
activities including created Protected Area
camps, watchtowers, 5.2. Distance to be covered by 25,000
patrolling, legal aid, Patrolling (km)
State Crime Cells 5.3. Number of Raids to be conducted 1,500
5.4. Number of people to be provided 150
with Legal Aid
5.5. Intelligence network to be built 200
6. Supporting alternative 6.1. Number of HHs to be provided 500
livelihoods, minor with alternate livelihoods
forest produce, eco
tourism
7. Integrated protection 7.1. Area to be covered under Fire 20,000
through landscape- protection activities (in sq km)
level interventions 7.2. Area to be brought under 20,000
and transboundary PA boundary protected (in sq km)
initiatives 7.3. Perambulation (in sq km) 5000

59
Ministry of Finance Demand No. 27
Department of Economic Affairs

1. Interest Equalisation Support to Exim Bank (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Target Outcome Indicator(s) Target
1. Interest 1.1. Amount of interest 2,742.36 1. To promote India's 1.1 Number of 63
Equalization equalisation support strategic political & countries
Support (IES) given to EXIM economic interest supported
to the EXIM Bank (in Rs crore) abroad by under the
Bank to enable 1.2. No. of Lines of positioning it as an scheme
it to lend to credit (LOCs) emerging economic
developing extended power, investor
nations on 1.3. Amount of LOCs Demand Driven country and partner
779.41 concessional extended (in US$) Indicators, targets for developing
terms 1.4. No. of projects not amenable countries.
supported under and to generate
LOCs extended to goodwill &
different countries building long term
1.5. Utilisation of funds 100% partnerships with
towards payment of other countries
IES (in %)

60
Ministry of Finance Demand No 29
Department of Financial Services

1. Subscription to Share Capital of National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development (NABARD) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Capitalization 1.1 Amount 1,000 1. Borrowing power of NABARD 1.1. Funds proposed to be raised Target not
1000.00 of NABARD proposed to be increased through Subscription (for implementing various amenable34
released to Share Capital GOI funds/ schemes

2. Subscription to the Share Capital of Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Infuse equity 1.1 Amount (in Cr) of 1,500 1. Improved lending 1.1. % increase in net loan Target not
capital in EXIM equity infused capacity outstanding by EXIM amenable
1300.00 Bank Bank over last year.
2. Maintain requisite 2.1. % CRAR of EXIM Target not
capital adequacy Bank amenable34

34 Maintain capital adequacy ratio

61
3. Equity support to India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Equity infusion in 1.1. Amount (in Cr) 10,000 1. Increase borrowing 1.1. Amount raised in Debt Targets not
IIFCL by Govt. of infused as headroom (in Rs.) amenable
10000.00 India equity 2. Maintain Capital 2.1. % CRAR Target not
adequacy amenable34

4. Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) (through NCGTC) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. To extend 1.1. Number of Guarantees issued Target not 1. Collateral 1.1. Amount of Guarantee under Targets
guarantee of under Shishu category amenable free formal Shishu category (in Cr) not
proportional 1.2. Number of Guarantees issued lending 1.2. Amount of Guarantee under amenable
500.00 amount as per under Kishore category made Kishore category (in Cr)
mandate to available
1.3. Number of Guarantees issued 1.3. Amount of Guarantee under
loans sanctioned to eligible
under Tarun category Tarun category (in Cr)
under PMMY borrowers

5. Recapitalization of Insurance Companies (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs. OUTPUT 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

62
1. Recapitalisation 1.1. To improve the 3 1. Maintaining Capital 1.1. Number of PSGICs to 3
6950.00 of Insurance solvency of ratio of risk weighted assets maintain Capital risk
Companies PSGICs ratio(CRAR) to meet weighted assets ratio
regulatory requirements

63
Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Demand No. 39

Department of Fisheries
1. Blue Revolution: Integrated Development and Management of Fisheries35 (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased investment 1.1. Total investment (monetary worth 250 1. Enhanced 1.1. Avg. income of 96,800-
in pre, harvest and of all DPRs approved) mobilised in fish farm fishers and fish 1,57,693
post-harvest the fisheries sector through Blue income, farmers (Rs.)
infrastructure Revolution scheme (Rs. Cr) living
2. Increased technology 2.1. No. of new technologies 2 standards; 1.2. No. of fisher 0
advancements and developed, no. of new technologies food/nutrition accidents and
capacity building in adopted, % of fish farmers using al security; related casualties
pre, harvest & post- new technologies fisher safety
harvest infrastructure & security
3. Enhanced logistical 3.1. No. of training 2,000 2. Enhanced 2.1. Fisheries growth 10%
560.00 support and MCS workshops/seminars fish rate figures (%)
interventions of 3.2. No. of IDs issued 1,000 production, 2.2. Forex earnings 8.5
fishing activities productivity, due to fish
exports and exports($ billion)
3.3. % of fishermen with IDs 100%36 growth rate of 2.3. Total increase in 15.7
fisheries fish production
sector (MT)
3.4. No. of fish vessels registered 2,000 2.4. India's share in 7.3%
global fish
production (%)

35
Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes
36 100% of foreign fishermen

64
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2.5. India's share in 4%
trade (%)
3.5. % of total regd. vessels 100% 3. Improved 3.1. % reduction in 5%
cold storage, post-harvest
transportation wastage of total
, marketing - fish produce
3.6. No. of duplication, identity fraud 0 reduced costs, 3.2. Average time of 2-4
3.7. No. of IUU fishing cases 0 better pricing transportation
from warehouses
to markets(hours)
4. Establishment of 4.1. No. of brood banks 5 3.3. Shelf life of fish 6
Fish/Shrimp 4.2. No. of hatcheries 75 products(months)
hatcheries, brood 4.3. No. of larvae per kg of fish 1,00,000 4. Bio-security 4.1. No. of battery Target not
banks, feed mills, 4.4. No. of larvae per kg of shrimp (in 20 and operated boats amenable37
ponds/tanks, million) environmenta
raceways, farming 4.5. No. of fish feed mills 10 l concerns
units 4.6. Total amount of fish feed produced 4,000 addressed 4.7. % of fish farmers Target not
(tonne) through using battery amenable38
5. Feasible inputs(seed, 5.1. Average fish yield per unit cost 3.8 energy operated boats
feed), incentivizing (tonne/ha/yr) efficient
proc. of FRP boats, 5.2. Input cost per fisherman (Rs/kg) 85 practices
rebate on HSD, op. of 5.3. No. of FRP boats supported 500
Vessel Mgmt. 5.4. No. of insulated fish & ice-holding 700
Systems boxes supported
5.5. Quantum of rebate provided on Target not
HSD to marine fishers (Rs.) amenable

37 Mechanised, motorised and traditional boats are operating in India and no battery operated boats are plying
38 Not applicable as no battery operated boats are plying

65
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
5.6. Quantum of rebate provided on Target not
fish catch per fisherman per year amenable
(Rs.)
6. Robust post-harvest 6.1. No. of ice plants and cold storages 50
infra. - ice plants, 6.2. Total capacity of ice plants and 2,500
cold storages, cold storages(MT/day)
containers, retail fish 6.3. No. of insulated and refrigerator 50
outlets, fish harbours containers/trucks
6.4. Total capacity of insulated and 5,000
refrigerator containers/trucks (MT)
6.5. No. bicycles with ice-boxes 50
supported
6.6. No. of retail fish markets 20
6.7. No. of fish harbours and fish 8
landing centres
7. Proper housing, 7.1. No. of housing/accommodation 4,000
drinking water, facilities with drinking water,
accidental insurance, electricity & sanitation supported
assessment surveys 7.2. No. of fishers covered under 40
and GIS mapping accidental insurance (in lakh)
7.3. Timely conduction of marine Y
fisheries census (Y/N)
7.4. No. of catch assessment and 10
sample surveys of inland fisheries
conducted
7.5. Total area covered under GIS 1,00,000
mapping for fishing
7.6. No. of fish farmers using GIS for 1,00,000
planning fishing activities

66
Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Demand No. 40

Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying


1. National Animal Disease Control Programme for Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and Brucellosis (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased coverage of 1.1. No. of FMD vaccinations in 800 1. Control of FMD in 1.1. % of eligible animals 100%
FMD vaccination cattle, buffaloes, sheep, animals covered under each
goats and pigs vaccinated round of vaccination
twice a year (in million
doses)
1.2. No. of serum samples 1 1.2. % of eligible animals 70%
collected for sero- having protective
1300.00 monitoring (in lakhs) Antibody titre
1.3. % year on year 20%
reduction in no. of FMD
outbreaks
2. Increased coverage of 2.1. No. of bovine females 36 2. Control of 2.1. % of eligible bovine 100%
Brucella vaccination calves between 4 to 8 Brucellosis in female calves (4-8
months vaccinated (in Female calves months) vaccinated
millions) against Brucellosis

67
Ministry of Food Processing Industries Demand No. 41
1. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana39 (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Scheme for Mega Food Parks
1. Enhanced 1.1. Total no. of food parks 8 1. Greater 1.1. Total no. of farmers 2,00,000
production and operationalized production, benefitted due to Mega
value addition employment Food Parks
capacity, and farmer level
availability of raw impact due to
1.2. Total production capacity 1,468.59 1.2. Total employment 40,000
material/ enhanced
from Mega Food Parks (in generated in the units set
technologies (in processing and
value): Preservation (Rs. in up in the Mega Food Park
mega food park). value addition
crore)
facilities (Mega
1.3. Total production capacity 5,87,436
Food Park)
from Mega Food Parks (in
1081.41 volume): Preservation (MT)
1.4. Total production capacity 478.41
from Mega Food Parks (in
value): Processing (Rs. in
crore)
1.5. Total production capacity 1,91,367
from Mega Food Parks (in
volume): Processing (MT)
1.6. No. of Small and Micro 76
food processing units
established in Mega Food
Parks

39
Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes

68
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
b. Scheme for Infrastructure for Agro Processing Clusters
1. Enhanced 1.1. Total no. of agro-processing 31 1. Greater 1.1. Total actual production 6,200
production and clusters operationalized production, from Agro-processing
value addition employment clusters (in value) (Rs. in
capacity, and farmer level crore)
availability of raw 1.2. Total production capacity 62,000 impact due to 1.2. Total actual production 18,60,000
material/technologi from Agro-processing enhanced from Agro-processing
es (agro-processing clusters (in MT) processing and clusters (in volume) (MT)
clusters). 1.3. Number of Small and Micro 155 value addition 1.3. Total no. of farmers 1,24,000
food processing units facilities (agro- benefited due to the agro
established in Agro- processing processing clusters
processing clusters clusters)
1.4. Total employment 18,600
generated in the units
setup in the agro-
processing clusters
c. Scheme for Integrated Cold Chain and Value Addition Infrastructure
1. Enhanced cold 1.1. No. of cold chain units setup 43 1. Greater storage 1.1. Total amount of agro- 4,296
storage capacity facilities, more produce stored / preserved
through creation / employment using cold chain units
1.2. Total capacity of the cold 18.77
support to new and benefits to setup (in value) (Rs. in
chain units setup
units farmers crore)
(a) Milk Processing (LLPD)
accessing cold
1.3. Total capacity of the cold 1,47,155 1.2. Total amount of agro- 1,71,8362
storage facilities
chain units setup produce stored / preserved
(b) Cold Chain (MT) using cold chain units
setup (in volume) (MT)
1.4. Total capacity of the cold 41.93 1.3. Total no. of farmers 4,10,736
chain units setup benefitted due to cold
(c) IQF (MT/hours) chain units

69
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.5. Total capacity of the cold 234 1.4. Total employment 25,800
chain units setup generated due to setting up
(d) Reefer Trucks (nos) of the cold chain units
d. Scheme for Creation/ Expansion of Food Processing & Preservation
1. Enhanced food 1.1. No. of food processing/ 175 1. Increased agro- 1.1. Total amount of agro- 5,468
processing & preservation units created / produce produce processed &
preservation expanded processing and preserved under this
capacity creation preservation scheme (in value) (Rs. in
and Crore)
employment 1.2. Total amount of agro- 18.37
generation produce processed &
linked to it preserved under this
scheme (in volume) (Lakh
MT)
1.3. Total employment 18,800
1.2. No. of food processing / 90 generated due to food
preservation units processing & preservation
sanctioned units’ creation/ expansion

e. Scheme for Creation of Backward & Forward Linkages


1. Assisting projects 1.1. No. of projects undertaken 56 1. Increased agro- 1.1. Total preservation and 6
with backward & for creation of backward & produce processing capacity to be
forward linkages forward linkages processing and created (Lakh MT)
preservation
1.2. No. of / projects with 40 capacity and 1.2. Total employment to be 25,000
backward &forward increased generated
linkages sanctioned employment

f. Scheme for Food Safety and Quality Assurance Infrastructure

70
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Setting up of New 1.1. No. of new FTLs approved 18 1. Increased 1.1. No. of new FTLs 10
FTLs/ Capacity quality assured operationalized
augmentation of 1.2. No. of FTLs completed 17 food produce 1.2. Employment generated in 220
FTLs 1.3. No. of FTLs given NABL 7 and FTLs (No. of persons
accreditation strengthening of employed)
1.4. Total no. of units assisted 15 FTLs
for HACCP/ ISO
certification
g. Scheme for Human Resources & Institutions
1. Enhanced R&D 1.1. No. of the projects approved 20 1. Increased 1.1. No. of new technologies 2
activity in food commercializati commercialized
sector 1.2. No. of new technologies 5 on of new
developed technologies
developed
2. Activities to 2.1. No. of workshops/ seminars/ 120 2. Increased 2.1. No. of participant in the 12,000
promote awareness events organized awareness event/ workshops/
about food among seminars
processing and its stakeholders
potential regarding food
processing and
its potential

h. Operation Greens – A scheme for integrated development of Tomato, Onion and Potato (TOP) value chain
1. To promote FPOs, 1.1. Nos. of training to FPOs and 600 1. Enhance value 1.1. Number of FPOs 50
agri-logistics, their farmer-members realization of strengthened in the clusters
processing facilities 1.2. Long Term buyback 33,000 Tomato, Onion 1.2. Reduction of wastage in 80,000
and professional arrangement with farmers at and Potato cluster (MT)
management assured price (No. of (TOP) farmers

71
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
farmers) by targeted
1.3. Long Term Buyback 2,20,000 interventions to 1.3. Increase in level of 6,15,000
arrangement with farmers at strengthen TOP processing & value
assured price (Volume of production addition (MT)
TOP crop in MT) clusters and
1.4. Nos. of on-farm/ village 40 their FPOs, 1.4. Benefits to the farmers in 2,20,000
level storage created increase in food the cluster (No. of farmers
processing benefitted)
1.5. Capacity of on-farm/ village 80,000 capacities and 1.5. Additional employment 14,677
level storage created (MT) value addition generated due to the
1.6. Nos. of primary processing 45 in TOP value project
units setup chain
1.7. Capacity of Primary 1,900
processing units set up
(MT/day)
1.8. Nos. of secondary 4
processing units set up
1.9. Capacity of secondary 150
processing units set up
(MT/day)
1.10. Nos. of agri-logistics 50
setup
1.11. Capacity of agri- 400
logistics set up (MT)
1.12. Nos. of new marketing 30
yards/ retail outlets set up
1.13. Capacity of new 1,500
marketing yards/ retail

72
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
outlets set up (MT)

1.14. Nos. of large scale 15


warehousing centres set up
1.15. Capacity of large scale 25,000
warehousing at consumption
centres set up (MT)

73
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Demand No.42

Department of Health and Family Welfare


1. Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased 1.1. No. of beds / Bed capacity 7,500 1. Improved 1.1. Average No. of patients 17,000
accessibility to added across various new / tertiary visiting in 6 functional
AIIMS and existing institutions under the healthcare and AIIMS+ New AIIMS: IPD
AIIMS like purview of the scheme- medical patients/month
Institutes Overall and specialty/ Super- education 1.2. Average No. of patients 20,000
specialty wise (13 AIIMS) visiting in 6 functional
AIIMS+ New AIIMS:
OPD patients /day
1.2. No. of specialty departments 280 1.3. Utilization of beds Bed 80%
6020.0040 added across all the new and occupancy)
existing institutions under the 1.4. No. of Medical Graduates 1,500
purview of the scheme (13 (Overall as well as
AIIMS41) specialty/ Super specialty
1.3. Increase in number of seats: 1,500 wise) graduating in a year
UG (17 AIIMS ) (17 AIIMS)
1.4. Increase in number of seats: 800
PG (in 6 AIIMS)
1.5. Increase in number of seats: 0
Nursing (B.Sc), etc

40
Includes servicing of HEFA loan (Principal + Interest)
41
(6 AIIMS under Phase-I +7 new AIIMS..Nagpur, Guntur, Raebareli, Gorakhpur, Kalyani, Bathinda, Bibinagar)

74
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Availability of 2.1. Creation of Physical
Affordable Infrastructure with Medical 400
/reliable tertiary Equipment, furniture, etc. for
care and Medical facilitating addition of
Education. following by the GMC/State:
Super Specialty Departments
2.2. Creation of Physical 900
Infrastructure with Medical
Equipment, furniture, etc. for
facilitating addition of
following by the GMC/State:
PG Seats ) in 70 GMCs)
2.3. Creation of Physical 400
Infrastructure with Medical
Equipment, furniture, etc. for
facilitating addition of
following by the GMC/State
:Operation Theatres (OTs)
(70 GMCs.)
2.4. Creation of Physical Approx.
Infrastructure with Medical 14,000
Equipment, furniture, etc. for
facilitating addition of
following by the GMC/State:
Beds(in 70GMCs)

75
2. National AIDS and STD Control Programme (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets Outcome Indicators Targets
2020-21 2020-21
1. Coverage of High Risk 1.1. No. of High Risk Group 83.87 1. People living 1.1. Percentage of people 90%
Group (Female Sex and Bridge Population with HIV who living with HIV who
Workers, Men who covered through Targeted know their HIV know their HIV status
have Sex with Men, Interventions Status
Hijra/Transgender (Quarterly) (lakh)
people, Injecting Drug
Users) and Bridge
Population (Truckers &
Migrants) through
Targeted Interventions
2. Coverage of High Risk 2.1. No. of High Risk Groups 18.53 2. People living 2.1. Percentage of people 90%
Groups and Vulnerable & Vulnerable population with HIV who who know their HIV
2900.00 Population through covered through LWS know their HIV Positive status and are
Link Worker Scheme (Quarterly) (lakh) Status and are on on ART
(LWS) ART
3. Testing of General 3.1. No. of General Clients 252 3. PHLV on ART 3.1. % of PLHIC, who are 90%
Clients for HIV tested for HIV and virally on ART are virally
(Quarterly) (lakh) suppressed suppressed
4. Testing of Pregnant 4.1. No. of Pregnant 252
Women for HIV women tested for HIV
(Quarterly) (lakh)
5. Blood units collection 5.1 No. of Blood unit 85
in NACO supported collected in NACO
blood banks supported blood banks
(Quarterly) (lakh)

76
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets Outcome Indicators Targets
2020-21 2020-21
6. Blood units collection 6.1 No. of Blood Units 76.50
through Voluntary collected through
Blood Donation Voluntary Blood
Donation
(Quarterly) (lakh)
7. Management of 7.1 No. of STI/RTI patients 100.16
STI/RTI patients managed
(Quarterly) (lakh)
8. People living with HIV 8.1 No. of PLHIV on ART 16.80
(PLHIV) on ART (Cumulative) (lakh)
9. Viral Load Testing 9.1 No. of viral load test 8
among PLHIV on ART conducted among PLHIC
on ART (Quarterly)
(lakh)

3. Family Welfare Schemes (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a) Population Research Centres
1. No. of research studies 1.1. No. of research studies 100
600.00 completed by the PRCs completed by the PRCs
b) Free Distribution of Contraceptives
1. Procurement of 1.1. Free distribution of 508.79 1. To achieve 1.1. Free distribution of 508.79
contraceptives and supply to contraceptives – Condoms Family Planning contraceptives – Condoms –
States/UTs as per the –MPcs 2020 Goal (Supply MPcs

77
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
requirement of Family 1.2. Free distribution of 587.62 of 1.2. Free distribution of 587.62
Planning Programme Contraceptives - OCPs- contraceptives and Contraceptives - OCPs-
Lakh Cycles supply to States/ UTs Lakh Cycles
1.3. Free distribution of 64.43 as per the 1.3. Free distribution of 64.43
Contraceptives - IUCDs- requirement of Contraceptives - IUCDs-
Lakh Pcs Family Planning Lakh Pcs
1.4. Free distribution of 16.93 Programme) 1.4. Free distribution of 16.93
Contraceptives - Tubal Contraceptives - Tubal
Rings - Lakh Pairs Rings - Lakh Pairs
1.5. Free distribution of 170.60 1.5. Free distribution of 170.60
Contraceptives - EC Pills - Contraceptives - EC Pills -
Lakh packs Lakh packs
1.6. Free distribution of 197.05 1.6. Free distribution of 197.05
Contraceptives - PT Kits - Contraceptives - PT Kits -
Lakh Kits Lakh Kits
1.7. Free distribution of 33.20 1.7. Free distribution of 33.20
Contraceptives Injectable Contraceptives Injectable
Contraceptive-Lakh doses Contraceptive-Lakh doses
1.8. Free distribution of 150.63 1.8. Free distribution of 150.63
Contraceptives Contraceptives Centchroman
Centchroman contraceptive- lakh strips
contraceptive- lakh strips
c) Health Surveys & Research Studies
1. Completion of NFHS-5 1.1. Completion of main Y 1. Release of 1.1. Release of NFHS-5 data in Y
main survey field work Survey field work in Phase NFHS-5 data phased manner (Y/N)
in Phase I States I States (Y/N) in phased
2. Release of Rural Health 2.1. Release of Rural Health Y manner 1.2. Generation of NFHS-5 Y
Statistics 2019-20 Statistics 2019-20 (Y/N) Report (Y/N)

78
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Release of 2.1. Health Infrastructure & Y
Rural Health Human Resource data for
Statistics Rural and tribal areas of
2019-20 India are to be made
(September available in the public
2020) domain
d) IEC (Information, Education and Communication) (Renamed as Swastha Nagrik Abhiyan) (SNA)
1. Increase the reach and 1.1. Percentage increase in Targets not 1. Increase in 1.1. Increase in awareness level Targets
coverage of each TV and coverage of Media amenable awareness level not
Radio campaign campaigns amenable
2. No. of campaigns that will 2.1. Percentage increase in 90% 2. More effective 2.1. More effective outreach in
be monitored and evaluated campaigns monitored and outreach in future campaigns
evaluate future campaigns
e) Social Marketing of Contraceptives
1. Procurement of 1.1. Social Marketing of 520 1. Procurement of 1.1. Social Marketing of 520
contraceptives as per the Contraceptives- Condoms contraceptive Contraceptives- Condoms –
requirement of SMOs – MPcs and supply to MPcs
2. Procurement of 2.1. Social Marketing of 198 States/UTs as 1.2. Social Marketing of 198
contraceptives as per the Contraceptives- OCPs- per Family Contraceptives-OCPs- Lakh
requirement of SMOs Lakh Cycles Planning Cycles
Programme

4. National Rural Health Mission (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
24144.00 a) Health System Strengthening under NRHM

79
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Expanded basket of 1.1. Number of functional Cumulativ 1. Improved utilization 1.1. Number of total 30+ 2.62 Crore
primary care HWCs (SHCs, PHCs e Target- of primary care population screened
services provided by and UPHCs) 70,000 services and screening for NCDs
Health & Wellness & management of
Centers (HWCs) NCDs
2. Implementation of 2.1. Number of States 33 2. Increased availability 2.1. Increase in 5%
IT system backed implementing IT States/UT of drugs and beneficiaries (no. of increase42
procurement system backed s diagnostics at public OPD and IPD) of
management and procurement health facilities public health
logistics systems for management and facilities
provision of Free logistics systems under
Drugs at the public Free Drugs Services
health facilities Initiative
3. NQAS/ LaQshya 3.1 Number of NQAS/ 35% 3. Strengthening of 3.1. Increase in 5%
certified public LaQshya certified increase43 public health facilities beneficiaries (no. of increase43
health facilities public health facilities to provide quality OPD and IPD) of
healthcare services NQAS/ LaQshya
Improved utilization certified public
of NQAS/ LaQshya health facilities and
certified public health FRUs
facilities and FRUs
4. Public health 4.1 No. of Public health 35% 4. Improved utilization 4.1. Increase in 5%
facilities with facilities with increase44 of public health beneficiaries (no. of increase43
Kayakalp Score Kayakalp Score >70% facilities OPD and IPD) of
>70% public health

42
(no. of OPD & IPD) in public health facilities in FY 2020-21 as compared to FY 2019-20 (HMIS)
43
No. of NQAS/ LaQshya certified public health facilities in FY 2020-21 as compared to FY 2019-20 (No. of NQAS/ LaQshya certified public health facilities as on 31.03.2019 multiplied by
1.35)
44
No.of Public health facilities with Kayakalp Score >70% in 2020-21 compared to FY 2019-20

80
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
facilities

5. Dialysis sessions 5.1 Percentage of increase 10% 5. Patients receiving free 5.1 Percentage increase 10%
held under free in number of dialysis increase45 dialysis care in Patients receiving free increase
dialysis services sessions in public dialysis care
health facilities
b) RCH flexipool including Routine Immunization Programme, Pulse Polio Immunization Programme, National Iodine Deficiency
Disorders control Programme etc.
1. Pregnant women 1.1. % of Pregnant women 2% 1. Reduction in Anemia 1.1. Maternal Mortality Reduction
given 180 Iron Folic given 180 Iron Folic increase46 contributing to Ratio (MMR) of MMR
Acid (IFA) tablets Acid (IFA) tablets as reduction of Maternal to 95
against pregnant Mortality Ratio (2020)
women registered for (MMR)
ANC
2. Percentage of 2.1. % of SBA (Skilled 1% 2. Increased access to 2.1. Maternal Mortality Reduction
pregnant women Birth Attendant) increase47 safe delivery services Ratio (MMR) of MMR
received Skilled deliveries to total contributing to to
Birth attendant reported deliveries reduction of Maternal 95(2020)
during deliveries Mortality Ratio
(Institutional + (MMR)
home)
3. Public facilities 3.1. Number of public 1,000 3. Assured , quality and 3.1. Maternal Mortality Reduction
notified under facilities48 notified respectful maternity Ratio (MMR) of MMR
SUMAN under SUMAN care at birth to

45
Increase over previous year in dialysis Sessions held under Free Dialysis Services (No. of dialysis session as on 31.03.2020 multiplied by 1.1
46
Pregnant women given 180 Iron Folic Acid (IFA) tablets (Assuming 89% as base value, the proposed target is 2% increase, i.e, 91% achievement by 31.03.2021)
(Ta% of Pregnant women given 180 Iron Folic Acid (IFA) tablets 2020-21 as compared to FY 2019-20)
47
SBA (Skilled Birth Attendant) deliveries over previous years achievements (Assuming 95% as base value, the proposed target is 1% increase , i.e, 96% achievement by 31.03.2021)(Increase
of % of SBA (Skilled Birth Attendant) deliveries to total reported deliveries in 2020-21 as compared to 2019-20)

81
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
contributing to 95(2020)
reduction of Maternal
Mortality Ratio
(MMR)
4. LaQshya certified 4.1. Number of nationally 200 4. Quality care at birth 4.1. Maternal Mortality Reduction
units (Labour certified LaQshya units contributing to Ratio (MMR) of MMR
rooms+ Operation (Labour rooms+ reduction of Maternal to
Theatres) Operation Theatres) Mortality Ratio 95(2020)
(additional nationally (MMR)
certified units49)
5. Full Immunization 5.1. Percentage Full At least 5. Reduction of Under 5 5.1. Under 5 Mortality Reduction
Coverage Immunization 90% full Mortality Rate Rate (U5MR) of U5MR
Coverage (FIC) immuniza (U5MR) to 29 per
(Source: HMIS) tion 1,000 live
coverage births
of the new
born
6. Increase in Modern 6.1. Use of Modern 0.2% 6. Reduction of Total 6.1. Total fertility Rate 2.1
Method methods of annual fertility Rate to 2.1 by (TFR)
Contraceptive contraceptive increase50 2020
prevalence Rate
(mCPR)
7. SNCU Admission 7.1 Increase in number of 5% 7. Management of higher 7.1 Neonatal Mortality 20 per
sick newborns increase51 number of Rate (NMR) 1,000 live

48
Public facilities notified for SUMAN by 31.03.2021(Notification of facilities under SUMAN will be initiated from 1st April, 2020 )
49
LaQshya units in 2020-21 as compared to FY 2019-20 (Number of nationally certified LaQshyaunits as on 31.03.2020 is expected to be 250. The target for 2020-21 is 200 additional
LaQshya certified facilities i.e. 250+200=450 nationally certified LaQshya units 31.03.2021 )
50
Annual Increase over previous year (Source: FP Tracks 20 estimates)

82
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
admitted in SNCUs sicknewborns in births
SNCUs will result in
reduction of newborn
deaths

5. Communicable Disease Control Programme (CSS)52


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

National Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme


1. Malaria: 1.1 Percentage reduction in 12% 1. Malaria: Reduction 1.1. Percentage reduction in API less
Reduction in number of cases as reduction in API API at national level than 1
number of compared to
cases corresponding period in
2178.00 the previous year
2. Kala azar: 2.1. Percentage reduction in 30% 2. Kala azar: Kala 2.1. Reduction in Number of 21
Reduction in PKDL cases as compared reduction azar elimination endemic blocks reporting
PKDL cases to previous year >1 KA case/10000
population at Block level.
3. Japanese 3.1. Percentage of population >80% 3. JE: Reduction in 3.1. Percentage reduction in JE 20%
Encephalitis covered under routine JE cases cases reduction

51
Number of sick newborns admitted in SNCUS as compared to 2019-20. Assuming 10.7 lakhs admissions as base value, the proposed target for 2020-2021 is 5% increase as compared to
status on 2019-20, i.e; 10.7 lakhs x 1.05 , 11.23 lakh by 31.03.2021
52
Part of Tertiary Care Programs

83
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
(JE) / immunization
Coverage of JE
in
Routine
immunization
at the national
level
4. Lymphatic 4.1. No. of LF endemic 139 4. Lymphatic 4.1. Number of LF Endemic 20 (in
Filariasis: Districts observing MDA Filariasis Stop Districts achieved Mf Rate addition to
Protect the in eligible population MDA in Endemic <1% verified by TAS 97
population by Districts through districts
Mass Drug TAS(Transmission already
Administration Assessment: achieved
(MDA) in LF Survey) by Nov
Endemic verification 2019)
Districts

National Viral Hepatitis Control Programme


1. Hepatitis C - 1.1. No of serological tests 10,10,000 1. Free treatment of 1.1. No of new patients 90,000
Functional labs done for diagnosis of viral hepatitis C available completed treatment of
reporting under hepatitis C HCV
the program
2. Hepatitis C - 2.1. No of new patients 1,00,000 2. Free treatment of 2.1. No of patients who put on 14,400
Functional initiated on treatment of hepatitis B available treatment continuing on
treatment sites hepatitis C treatment
reporting under
the program
3. Hepatitis B- 3.1. No of serological tests 20,00,000
Functional labs done for diagnosis of viral

84
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
reporting under hepatitis B
the program
4. Hepatitis B- 4.1. No of new patients 16,000
Functional initiated on treatment of
treatment sites hepatitis B
reporting under
the program
National Leprosy Eradication Programme
1. Decline in 1.1. Reduction in percentage < 2.0% 1. Elimination of 1.1. Grade II disability (G2D) 1.00/
percentage of of detection of new Grade Grade II disability per million population at million
Grade II II ( G2D) disability cases (G2D) due to national level population
Disability among new cases at the leprosy
(G2D) cases national level
among new
cases
Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP)
1. Increase in TB 1.1. Percentage increase in TB 7% 1. Successful 1.1. Percentage of patients >90%
case case notification (Public& treatment of whose outcomes are
notification Private) from 2019 patients detected successful (among those
in 2019 whose outcomes are
reported)
2. Expansion of 2.1. Number of blocks with 1,500 2. Increased 2.1. Percentage increase in DR- 10%
rapid rapid molecular detection of TB cases from 2019
molecular diagnostics drug resistant
diagnostics 2.2. % of eligible TB patients 80% TB cases
for TB tested for Rifampicin
resistance
Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP)

85
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Improved 1.1. District Public Health 325 1. Laboratory 1.1. Number of Laboratory 90%
capacity of Labs (DPHLs) confirmation of generating L (Laboratory)
Districts to strengthened for outbreak prone form under IDSP
detect and diagnosis/testing of diseases under
respond to epidemic prone diseases IDSP
disease
outbreaks

6. Non Communicable Disease Programme(CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Target Target 2020-
Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 21
a) National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases and Stroke (NPCDCS)
1. Setting up of 1.1. No. of NCD Clinics set Additional 1. Improved access to NCD 1.1. Relative reduction in 10% over
NCD- up at District Hospitals. 50 NCD- health services mortality. baseline of
Clinics at Clinics 2010
District Assessment
Hospitals. to be done
717.00
2. Additional 2.1. No. of NCD Clinics to Additional through
NCD be set up at CHCs. 300 NCD- study/survey
clinics to be Clinics
set up at
CHCs.
3. Screening for 3.1. No. of Persons Screened 10% 2. Early detection of High 2.1. Screened persons Improvement
High Blood for High blood pressure increase Blood Pressure & High diagnosed with High in early
pressure & & High Blood Sugar - over last Blood Sugar Blood Pressure & detection

86
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Target Target 2020-
Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 21
High Blood 10% increase over last year. High Blood Sugar rate. It is
Sugar. year however not
possible to
set annual
targets
b) National Mental Health Programme
1. Improved 1.1. Number of districts with 670 1. Improved coverage of 1.1. % Increase in 5%
coverage of a District Mental Health Mental Health Services registrations of
Mental Programme people with mental
Health 1.2 Number of District 600 disorders at District
services Mental Health Units Mental Health Units
operationalized
c) National Blindness Control Programme
1. Eye care 1.1. Cataract Surgeries 68 1. Reduction in cases of 1.1. Reduction in Targets not
services (lakhs) blindness due to prevalence of amenable
under 1.2. Collection of donated 71,000 cataract, refractive errors blindness
NPCB&VI eyes for corneal and other
provided at transplantation eye diseases including
primary, 1.3. Number of free 10 glaucoma by taking
secondary at spectacles to school appropriate initiatives.
District level children suffering Improvement in surgical
and below from refractive errors skills and quality.
level (Lakh)

d) National Programme for Health Care of Elderly


1. Provision of 1.1. No. of District Hospitals 500 1. Geriatric patients 1.1. Percentage increase 10%
primary and with geriatric services provided treatment at in number of geriatric
secondary District Hospitals and patients imparted
Geriatric CHCs geriatric OPD, In -

87
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Target Target 2020-
Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 21
health care patient care,
services at physiotherapy and
District laboratory services in
Hospital and district hospitals
below
e) Strengthening of State Drug Regulatory System (CSS)
1. Number of 1.1. Number of drug samples 1,00,000 1. Increase in samples 1.1. Increase in samples Targets not
samples to be to be tested tested and better tested and better amenable
tested to compliance with the compliance with the
increase Regulatory Mechanism Regulatory
to1,00,000 so as to improve the Mechanism so as to
(from Safety, efficacy and improve the Safety,
existing quality of drugs available efficacy and quality
57,000) to the patients. of drugs available to
the patients.

7. National Urban Health Mission - Flexible Pool (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Improving access 1.1. Number of UPHCs and 25,000 1. Improved access to 1.1. Percentage increase in 5% increase52
to Healthcare in UCHCs providing quality healthcare in annual OPD in Public
Urban India comprehensive primary Urban India Health Facilities
950.00
health care services with
adequate staff.( PHCs
including urban PHCs &

88
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Sub Centres)
1.2. Number of deliveries 5%
carried out at public health increase53
facilities in urban India
2. Providing quality 2.1 Number of women getting at 2% 2. Reduction in 2.1. Maternal Mortality As under NHM
healthcare services least 4 ANCs at all Urban increase52 Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR)
in Urban India Health Facilities Ratio (MMR)
2.2 Number of children getting 2% 3. Reduction in Infant 3.1. Infant Mortality Rate As under NHM
full immunization at all increase52 Mortality Rate (IMR)
Urban Health Facilities (IMR)
2.3 Number of UHNDs (Urban 2%
Health & Nutrition days) increase52
Outreach/Special Outreach
conducted by UPHCs

8. Tertiary Care Programs (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a) National Mental Health Programme
1. Improved Coverage 1.1 Number of students 1,250
1. Improved 1.1 Increased availability of 2%
of Mental Health graduating with a PG in mental availability of mental health
550.00
Services health specialty in 2020-21 mental health professionals
professionals
b) Assistance for Capacity Building of Trauma Centres (1. Trauma Centres, 2. Prevention of Burn Injury)

53
Increase from previous year.

89
1. Making 1.1. Number of Trauma Care 15 1. Strengthened 1.1. Provision of quality 15
identified Facilities made functional Trauma Care services to the victims of
Trauma care (Level I, II, III) Facilities and trauma by reducing
facilities (Level burn units for deaths and disabilities
I, II, III) enhanced quality (TCFs)
functional care to trauma
2. Developing Burn 2.1. Number of Burn units 15 and burn victims 1.2. Provision of quality 15
Units in Tertiary developed out of total to be services to the victims of
Health Care established Burn injuries by reducing
Institutes. deaths and disabilities
(Burn Units)
3. Strengthening of 3.1. Number of Trauma Care 30 3. Availability of 3.1. Regular data flow from 30
National Injury Facilities and Burn Units good quality data identified TCFs and Burn hospitals
Surveillance, connected for Injury for designing for Units. Data from
Trauma Registry Surveillance and Burn Registry policy and identified TCFs and Burn
and Capacity to NISC (new) strengthening of Units analyzed and
Building Centre services for reports formulated
trauma and burn
victims

3.2. Establishment of Trauma Trauma 4. Improved quality 4.1. Trauma Registry format 5
Registry Registry of care through & feedbacks analyzed
establish standard and reduction n mortality
ment at protocols for and morbidity of trauma
5 TCFs management of victims (hospitals)
trauma
3.3. Capacity Building of Human 4 5. Availability of 5.1. No. of personnel trained: 4
Resource(Medical ad trained manpower batches ATL
Paramedical) involved in in identified
Trauma and Burn care: batches TCFs and Burn
ATL Units

3.4. Capacity Building of Human 4 5.2. No. of personnel trained: 4


Resource involved in Trauma batches BLS
and Burn care: batches BLS

90
3.5. Capacity Building of Human 10 5.3. No. of personnel trained: 10
Resource involved in Trauma First Aid Trainings
and Burn care: First Aid batches
Trainings batches
3.6. Capacity Building of Human 2 5.4. No. of personnel trained: 2
Resource involved in Trauma batches Burn Injury
and Burn care: batches Burn Management
Injury Management
c) National Programme for Health Care of Elderly
1. Provision of 1.1. Establishment of Regional 19 1. Provision of 1.1. Beds in the RGCs 570
tertiary geriatric Geriatric Centres in the geriatric OPD, cumulati
care services at selected medical colleges 30 bedded ward, ve
Regional Geriatric research
Centres activities,
imparting
training,
development of
training material
and creation of
infrastructure to
enable 02 PG
seats in geriatric
medicine
2. Provision of 2.1. Establishment of NCA at 2 2. Each NCA will 2.1. Number of beds in NCA 200
tertiary geriatric AIIMS Delhi and MMC, have provision of at AIIMS, New Delhi and
care services at Chennai geriatric MMC Chennai
NCA Development healthcare
of training delivery with
specialty OPD,
200 beds,
facilities, besides
undertaking
research training
and generating
specialised

91
manpower
d) National Programme for Control for Blindness
1. Strengthening of 1.1. Continued support to RIOs 19 1. Expansion in 1.1. Improved access to Targets
Regional Institutes tertiary care tertiary eye care not
of Ophthalmology facilities for eye facilities amenable
(RIOs) care

2. Training of eye 2.1. No. of Training sessions 120 2. Increase in 2.1. No. eye surgeon 120
surgeons number of trained
trained eye
surgeons
e) Tele medicine
1. National Medical 1.1. Number of Medical Colleges At least 1. Improved health 1.1. Number of students 10,000
College Network with Tele- Medicine, Tele- 50 more care service utilizing tele-education
(NMCN): Education Infrastructure Medical delivery, services in medical
Availability of Colleges accessibility and colleges:
Doctors for at 35 affordability Total no of live lectures
Specialist States Adoption of Tele- (estimated at 200 per
Consultation, Education Medical College)
availability of services in
ICT Medical Colleges
infrastructure for by Students
Tele-Education
2. Availability of 2.1. Number of Tele Consultations 5
eLearning and Lectures over Tele
content for Education service (lakh Tele-
Students/Doctors consultations54)
f) Tobacco Control & Drugs De-addiction Programme
1. Increase in 1.1. Additional No. of districts 60 1. Improved access 1.1. No. of People avail 1,50,000
availability of with Tobacco Cessation for Tobacco tobacco cessation
Tobacco Centres Cessation services in 2020-21
Cessation services (Annually)
Services

54
Subject to implementation in all States

92
2. Treatment of 2.1. No. of drug dependence 6 2. Improved access 2.1. No. of people who avail 50,000
Drug Addiction treatment centre with in to drug treatment services in
(Other than patient facility dependence 2020-21: New
Tobacco) treatment services Registration (Annually)
2.2. Number of new Drug 27 2.2. No. of people who avail 2,50,000
Treatment Clinics with OPD treatment services in
services 2020-21: Follow-up cases
(Annually)
2.3. No. of people who avail 3,000
treatment services in
2020-21: IPD (Annually)
g) NPCDCS
1. Support for 1.1. Continued support for 20 1. Increase in 1.1. Availability of Radio Addition
Tertiary Care approved TCCCs availability of therapy machines of
Cancer Centres 1.2. Continued support for 18 Radio therapy radiother
(TCCCs) and State approved SCIs machines apy
Cancer Institutes machines
(SCIs) in public
sector in
health
care
Institutio
ns.

9. Human Resources for Health and Medical Education (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. District Hospitals - Upgradation of State Govt Medical Colleges ( PG seats)

93
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. District Hospitals 1.1 Number of PG 1200
1. To increase the 1.1. No. of PG seats 1200
4686.00 Upgradation of State seats availability of created55
Govt - Medical specialist doctors 1.2. Total number of PG Targets not
Colleges (PG seats) seats overall amenable56
1.3. Total number of Targets not
enrolled PG students amenable57
overall
a) Strengthening of Govt Medical Colleges (UG Seats) and Central Govt Health Institutions
1. Strengthening of Govt 1.1. MBBS seats 900 1. To increase the 1.1. No. of MBBS seats 900
Medical Colleges (UG under10A availability of created
Seats) and Institutions doctors 1.2. Total number of Targets not
Central Govt Health MBBS seats amenable58
1.3. Total number of Targets not
enrolled MBBS amenable59
students overall
b) Establishment of New Medical Colleges (Upgrading District Hospitals)
1. Establishment of New 1.1. Number of new 25 Medical 1. To increase the 1.1. No. of UG seats 2,500
Medical Colleges Medical Colleges Colleges availability of added under the
(Upgrading District added under the medical seats scheme
Hospitals) scheme
c) Upgradation/strengthening of Nursing Services (ANM/GNM)

55 The creation of PG and UG seats is a time consuming process and allowed under Section 10A of IMC Act, 1956 after completion of all formalities by the concerned colleges.
56 Permission for PG seats/ courses is given as per statutory provisions. Currently there are approx. 48,031 PG seats in the country including DNB, INIs, CPS
57 The last date of admission is 31.05.2020 & the number of enrolled PG students will be known thereafter.
58
Permission for MBBS seats is given as per statutory provisions. Currently there are 80,312 MBBS seats in the country.
59 The last date of admission is 31st August 2020 and the number of enrolled MBBS students will be known thereafter

94
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. To make 40 ANM/ 1.1. To provide Nil60 1. To increase the 1.1. Operationalization of Nil60
GNM schools financial number of nurses ANM/ GNM Schools
functional. To provide assistance to the for healthcare
financial assistance to State
the State Government Government for
for establishment of establishment of
ANM/GNM Schools ANM/ GNM
Schools,
Number of
ANM/ GNM
School
functional
d) Setting up of State Institutions of Para-Medical Sciences in States and Setting up of Colleges of Para-medical Education
1. Creation of UG& PG 1.1. UG&PG Seats Nil 1. To increase the 1.1. UG/PG seats creation Nil
Seats in Allied Health in allied health availability of
stream stream Allied Health
Professionals

10. Ayushman Bharat – Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB - PMJAY) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

60 Scheme is approved upto March 2020

95
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Hospital 1.1. Hospital admission (Cumulative in 1.25 1. Reduction in 1.1. Proportion of households Targets
Admissions Cr) household incurring catastrophic health not
health expenditure amenable61
2. Beneficiary 2.1. Estimated number of golden cards 15 expenditure 1.2. Percentage of out of pocket
Identification issues to individuals beneficiaries health expenditure incurred
(Cumulative in Cr) by beneficiaries
3. Claim 3.1. Claims to be settled within 30 days 5,000 1.3. Average out of pocket
6400.00 Payment after submission of claims (in Cr.) expenditure incurred by
beneficiaries
4. Hospital 4.1. Total number of Public and Private 22,000
Empanelmen Hospitals emplaneled: Cumulative
t
4.2. Total number of Public and Private 2,000
Hospitals emplaneled: During the
Year

61
NSSO/Survey based data

96
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Demand No. 44

Department of Heavy Industry


1. Development of Automobile Industry: Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric & (Hybrid) Vehicles in India (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Promote 1.1. No. of xEVs to be supported in 5,000 1. Increase in 1.1 Share of xEVs in total 0.30%
easy current year through demand adoption of number of new vehicles
adoption of incentives on Electric Buses electric and sold in %
xEVs hybrid
through vehicles
demand 1.2. No. of EVs to be supported in 3,000 2. Improve 2.1 Employment generated 1,50,000
incentives current year through demand India's global (in terms of Number of
incentives on Four Wheelers(EV) position in people)
1.3. No. of EVs to be supported in 15,000 xEV industry 2.2 % Increase of xEVs 20%
current year through demand models in the market.
incentives on Three Wheelers 2.3 % Increase in sale of EVs 20%
(Electric) including E-Rikshaws
692.94
1.4. No. of EVs to be supported in 40,000 3. Reduce 3.1 Total fuel saved till life of 1.56
current year through demand emissions and vehicle (Billion litres)
incentives on Two Wheelers increase fuel
(Electric) savings
1.5.Demand incentives to be 600 3.2 Total Emission savings 3.5
disbursed (in cr) till life of vehicle (Million
2. Establish a 2.1 Number of charging station to be 2,600 Tons CO2)
network of setup in current year: In Cities &
charging Highways
stations in all 2.2 No. of operational charging stations 100%
million plus as percentage of total charging
cities, state stations set up till date

97
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
capitals,
designated
smart cities
and
highways
3. Create 3.1 No. of IEC activities to be 10
stakeholder conducted in current year
awareness 3.2 Estimated reach (in number of 5,00,000
and interest people) of IEC activities
through IEC
activities

98
Ministry of Home Affairs Demand No. 46
Home Affairs
1. Freedom Fighters (pension and other benefits) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Timely 1.1 Average delay in the 0 1. Provide financial 1.1 Average delay in the 0
disbursement of disbursement of funds to the assistance and disbursement of funds
funds beneficiaries (number of days) respect to freedom to the beneficiaries
775.31 2. Remunerating 2.1 Number of people given 28,323 fighters, martyrs (number of days)
freedom fighters' pensions, by category (freedom and their families
and their families fighter, widow/er, unmarried
daughter)

2. Updation of National Population Register (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Updating data 1.1 No. of residents who have 1. Creation of 1.1 Percentage population 100%
in NPR format ‘self-updated’ the data 10 credible citizen registered under NPR
(crore) data base (excluding Assam)
1122.75
2. Preparation of 2.1 No. of data booklets 1.2 Percentage population 100%
data booklets prepared in PDF format 25 registered under NPR in
(lakh) North East, Himalayan,

99
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. Updating data 3.1 No. of resident’s data LWE, Island territories and
in the mobile uploaded via mobile app on 80 other backward areas
mode the ORGI server (crore) (excluding Assam)

3. Decennial Census (Census 2021) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets 2020-21 Outcome Indicators
2020-21
1. Cartograph 1.1 Strengthening of map division April, 2020 1. Conducting data 1.1 Number of 02
y and (indicate timeline) (First Phase); dissemination Conferences held at
geospatial December, 2020 conferences - International level(
data (Second Phase) International UN etc)
1.2 Updating jurisdictional changes January, 2020 (UN 1.2 Number of 05
on geospatial database (indicate headquarters), Conferences held at
timeline) National (Govt. National Level
1.3 Creation of updated sub-district April, 2020 Ministries etc, 1.3 Number of 10
3445.25 and town maps for demarcation of academic / Conferences held at
village and ward boundaries research centres State level
respectively (Indicate timeline) and institutions),
1.4 Post census preparation GIS To be taken up in State and
based interactive thematic maps the F.Y. 2021-22 District level, for
(Indicate timeline) timely
2. Creating 2.1 Creation of integrated web-portal April, 2020 dissemination of
enabling for housing data HLO collected Primary Census
technology digitally (Indicate timeline) Abstract (PCA)

100
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets 2020-21 Outcome Indicators
2020-21
backbone 2.2 Creation of customized March, 2021
for the visualization and analytical tools
census to disseminate census data
(Indicate timeline)
2.3 Technical manpower hired as April, 2020
consultants for designing role
based census monitoring portal,
data collection app, analytical and
visualization tools etc. ( Numbers
and timelines)
2.4 Role based census monitoring April, 2020
portal, data collection app,
analytical and visualization tools,
training materials etc. developed
(Indicate timeline)
2.5 Data security and safeguards April, 2020
against data loss, data leakages
etc. (Indicate timeline)
2.6 Provision for authentication of April, 2020
respondents and enumerators for
census in digital mode (Indicate
timeline)
2.7 Provision for online self December, 2020
enumeration for willing
households (Indicate timeline)
3. IEC 3.1 Number of publicity campaigns Print -50
activities conducted (number and timeline) Digital -50
Social -
Continuous

101
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets 2020-21 Outcome Indicators
2020-21
3.2 Creation of media plan for February, 2020
campaign, publicity and outreach
- street play, puppet shows, tv,
radio jingles, pamphlets, paintings
etc. (indicate timeline)
3.3 Number of media collaterals 06
created (number and timeline) February, 2020
3.4 Number of people reached out Entire country by
(number and timeline) March, 2021
4. Manpower 4.1 Number of enumerators using 18 lakh
empanelled Smartphone (number and April, 2020
or recruited timeline)
4.2 Number of enumerators and 24 lakh and
supervisors empanelled (number April, 2020
and timeline)
5. Setting of 5.1 Setting up of call centre / help Already
call centre centre to help field level Completed
enumerators (number and
timeline)
6. Training 6.1 Creation of training module For HLO, March,
(indicate timeline) 2020
For PE,
December, 2020
6.1 Number of national, master and 100 NT
field trainers empanelled- 3 tier 1800 MT 43,500
training (number) FT
7. Validation 7.1 Post enumeration surveys (PES) October-
of data to capture coverage and content December,2020
error (indicate timeline)

102
Ministry of Home Affairs Demand No. 48
Police

1. Police Infrastructure (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Building Projects of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)
1. Ensuring the provision 1.1 No. of barracks to be 93 1. Improved 1.1. Occupancy rate of 100%
of security and constructed housing barracks
administrative satisfaction
infrastructure (Office level
Buildings)of CAPFs 1.2 No. of office buildings to 137 2. Hospital 2.1. Number of 16,197
(BSF, CISF, CRPF, be constructed. constructed Beneficiaries
SSB & ITBP, AR & 1.3 No. of hospitals to be made 6 will enhance 2.2. Number of Doctors 44
NSG) operational under the the medical engaged
scheme. facilities to 2.3. Occupancy rate of 100%
CAPFs the hospital
3180.67 2. Ensuring the provision 2.1 No of houses and 7,161 3. Provision of 3.1. Housing satisfaction 43.78%.
of Residential quartersto be constructed Residential among those allotted
infrastructure of CAPFs for providing Quarters to accommodation.
(BSF, CISF, CRPF, accommodation the forces 3.2. Occupancy rate of 100%
SSB & ITBP, AR & residential buildings
NSG) (cumulative) at the
end of the year.
3.3. Occupancy rate of 100%
residential buildings
at the end of the year
out of the houses
contracted in the
financial year.

103
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
450 b. Central Armed Police Forces Institute of Medical Sciences (CAPFIMS)
1. Ensuring the provision 1.1 No. of barracks 450 1. Improved 1.1. Housing satisfaction Targets
of security and constructed occupancy housing among those allotted not
administrative barracks satisfaction accommodation amenable
infrastructure 1.2 No. of office buildings 100 level 1.2. Occupancy rate of Targets
constructed: seated residential buildings not
Medical College (cumulative) at the amenable
end of the year
1.3 No. of office buildings 60 1.3. Occupancy rate of
constructed: seated residential buildings
Nursing College at the end of the year
1.4 No. of office buildings 300 out of the houses
constructed: seated Para- contracted in the
medics school financial year
1.5 No. of hospitals made 800 bedded 2. Better 2.1. No. of Patients Targets
operational under the hospital Provisions of treated not
scheme. (500 bedded Gen Health amenable
Hospital and 300 bedded Services
Super Speciality Hospital
with facilities such as
OPD,Wards, OTs, ICU,
CCU, NICU)
2. Ensuring the provision 2.1. No of houses and quarters 451 family
of residential constructed for providing Qtrs
infrastructure accommodation (T/V–
118, T/IVS- 118, T/V- 174
and T/VI- 41)
138.32 c. Other Organizations (Central Police Organizations)
1. BPR&D’s Schemes 1.1 Constructions of Central Construction 1. This scheme 1.1. No. of police 19,40
Ensuring the provision Detective Training School of building will facilitate personnel trained

104
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
of security and (CDTS), Jaipur 100% the training (Chandigarh and
administrative of Police Jaipur)
infrastructure of BPR&D Officers
Hqrs, CAPT Bhopal & 1.2 Re-location and 100% every year.
CDTS at Ghaziabad, development of
Jaipur & Chandigarh infrastructure of CDTS,
Chandigarh
2. National Police 2.1. Acquisition of additional 41 Acre 2. Facilitating 2.1. Approximate number 750
Academy: Ensuring the land for NPA at the training of IPS officers to be
provision of security Ibrahimpatnam of Police trained
and administrative 2.2. Acquisition of land at 2 Acre officers
infrastructure of SVP Katedam (Centre /
NPA, Hyderabad, State)
2.3. Percentage construction of 100% 3. Additional 3.1. Occupancy rate of 80%
112 residential quarters residence to 112 residential
Police quarters
Personnel
3. North Eastern Police 3.1. % Construction of 120 100% 4. Training 4.1. Approximate number 1,500
Academy: Ensuring the bedded lady cadet barrack. Capability of of in-service officers
provision of security 3.2. Construction of approach 100% the Academy to be trained
and administrative road to 20 bedded Mess will be
infrastructure of NEPA 3.3. Repairing of existing road 100% enhanced.
Shillong. of campus area
4. CFSLs under 4.1. No. of CFLS to be 2 5. For increase 5.1. % increase in cases 25%
DFSS**62:CFSLs under constructed in case disposed
DFSS ensuring security disposal

62
It is expected that during 2019-20 & 2020-21, six CFSLs under DFSS will report approximately 10000-12000 cases comprising about 250000 exhibits. Construction work completion of new
CFSL building, shifting of the labs to new State of Art building, deployment of regular/contractual manpower and procurement of new equipment will enhance the capacity and capacity of the
CFSLs in terms of case disposal and R&D field.

105
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
and administrative
infrastructure
5. LNJN NICFS: 1 5.1. No. of residential building Targets are 6. Increased 6.1. Occupancy rate of 50%
Construction of to be constructed at LNJN demand housing LNJN NICFS.
Residential and non NICFS. driven occupancy
Residential building at Construction
LNJN NICFS Works
5.2. No. of Non- residential Targets are 7. Increase in 7.1. No. of trainings held 95
building to be constructed demand facility of at LNJN NICFS
at LNJN NICFS driven the building
8. To 8.1. Approximate number 2,700
strengthen of persons who have
the capacity successfully
of the completed training.
country
6. National Investigation 6.1. Percentage construction of 100% 9. Office of 9.1. Occupation of office 100%
Agency: Acquisition of office building of NIA at Branch building at Lucknow,
land and construction of Lucknow, Guwahati & Office Guwahati and
office and residential Hyderabad Lucknow, Hyderabad.
building for NIA Guwahati
&Hyderabad
will be
functional
from own
building.
6.2. Percentage construction of 50% 10. Office of 10.1 Occupation of office 0
office building of NIA at Branch at Raipur, Kochi and
Raipur, Kochi and Jammu Offices Jammu
Raipur,
Kochi,

106
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Jammu will
be functional
from own
building
6.3. Purchase of office space & 100% 11. Office of BO 11.1 Occupation of office 100%
its addition/ alteration Kolkata will at Kolkata.
work for NIA Kolkata. be functional
from own
building.
6.4. Percentage Construction of 100% 12. 152 Nos. of 12.1 Occupation rate of 100%
total 152 Nos of houses at houses of 152 houses.
residential complex of NIA various
at Lucknow, Hyderabad & categories
Guwahati. will be
available for
NIA
personnel.
6.5. Percetage construction of 50% 13. 147 Nos. of 13.1 Occupation rate of 0%
total 147 Nos of houses houses of 147 houses.
atresidential complex of various
NIA at Raipur, Kochi and categories
Jammu will be
available for
NIA
personnel
6.6. Percentage construction of 75% 14. 222 Nos of 14.1 Occupation rate of 0%
total 222 Nos of houses at houses of 222 houses.
Residential complex of various
NIA at Delhi categories
will be

107
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
available for
NIA
personnel.
7. Narcotics Control 7.1. Construction of office 100% 15. To 15.1 Occupancy rate of 22%
Bureau: Construction of buildings at Chandigarh strengthen residential buildings
Office Cum Residential and Ahmedabad and the 15.2 Occupancy rate of
Complex at Chandigarh construction of 27 infrastructur various office 67%
& Ahmedabad residential e base of the buildings
accommodations at Bureau by
Chandigarh and 18 at construction
Ahmedabad. of these
8. Construction of Office 8.1. Construction of office 40% Office Cum
Complex at Bangalore, complexes. Residential
Indore, Delhi and Complexes.
Bhubaneswar
9. Construction of Office 9.1. Construction of office- 33 %
Cum Residential cum- residential Complex.
Complex at Gauwahati
and Lucknow
10. Purchase of land for 10.1 Identified/ desired land 100%
remaining Zone and purchased
Sub-Zone Offices
365.62 d. Police Infrastructure: Delhi Police
1. Ensuring the Provision 1.1. Number of Barracks 80% 1. Improved 1.1. Ratio of Space 4:5
of Security and constructed Construction working available to space
administrative Bapudham(54)JharodaKala of 54 houses infrastructure required ( in
infrastructure. n(4) at in Delhi percentage terms)
Bapudham Police

108
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Ensuring provision of 2.1. No. of Office builds Under 03 2. Increase in 2.1. Percentage of PS 69.85%63
own office buildings & construction= 01 PS own offices having own building
maintenance building and 02 DCsP Buildings
Offices
2.2. No. of Office Builds unser 17
Planning Stage
3. Ensuring the Provision 3.1. Staff Quarters under Addition of 3. Improved 3.1. Housing Satisfaction 20.9%
of residential Construction 80 staff housing Level
infrastructure & quarters satisfaction
maintenance level.

2. Schemes for Safety of Women (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Emergency Response Support System (Met from Nirbhaya Fund)
1. Setting up of an 1.1 Operational ERCs 36 1. Providing single 1.1 Operationalization of Y
integrated in all States/UTs. emergency response single emergency
24.11
Emergency number across the response number
Response centre country for redressal across the country
(ERC) in of distress calls (Y/N)

63 17 projects at planning stage will spill over to the next financial year i.e. 2021-22.
 Construction of 339 Staff Qtrs. under DPBP is expected to start during 2020-21 and project will spill over to the next financial year 2021-22.
 Present Housing Satisfaction level = 19.47% against 15937 Staff Qtrs. against 81846 Delhi Police personnel
 After completion of 621 Staff Qtrs. (Shahdra 63, Mandoli 360, Sector19Dwarka-198) and allotment of 501 MIG flats at Narela = 20.8 percent against 17059 quarters
 After completion of 80 Staff Qtrs. during 2020-21 = 20.90% against 17139 Staff Qtrs

109
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
States/UTs. related to Police,
Medical and Fire
services.
2. Development of 2.1 Operationalization Y 2. Integration with 2.1 Integration with Y
112 Portal of 112.gov.in existing Dial 100, existing Dial 100, Dial
(112.gov.in) Dial 108 and other 108 and other
emergency response emergency response
systems. systems (Y/N)
3. Awareness 3.1 Number of TV 2 3. Operationalization of 3.1 Operationalization of Y
Campaigns spots, print media, nationwide single nationwide single
Ads, hits on mobile-app mobile-app integrated
YouTube etc. integrated with with panic-button of
Panic-button of smartphones (Y/N
smartphones.
4. Identification of 4.1 Location of the distress Y
location of person in caller to be identified
distress connecting (Y/N)
through voice or
data.
5. GPS(Global 5.1 ERC can locate GPS Y
Positioning System) enabled Emergency
enabled dispatch of Vehicles
vehicles to locate
nearest vehicles
6. ERC access to 6.1 ERC access to Y
Telecom Telecom Subscriber’s
Subscriber’s Data. Data (Y/N)
7. ERC can connect to 7.1 ERC access to LBS Y
LBS (Location (Location Based
Based Service) for Services) of Telecom

110
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Telecom Service Service Providers to
Providers to identify identify location of
location of distress distress caller.
caller.
8. Website is functional 8.1 Website is functional Y
and has relevant and has relevant
information for information for
citizens citizens
9. Awareness of single 9.1 Number of people ~10,00,000
emergency number accessing emergency
112 among citizens services via ‘112’

b. Scheme for Safety of Women – Delhi Police


1. Construction of 1.1 Percentage of 100% 1. Construction of 1.1 Percentage of Police 69.4%
Building for completion of the Building for Stations having own
SPUWAC and construction. SPUWAC and building
SPUNER SPUNER
2. Hiring of Capacity 2.1 Hiring of Capacity 64 2. Increase awareness 2.1 Number of issues 1,500
of Support Officer Support Officer and amongst public about likely to be addressed
(CSO) and Social Social Workers the consequences of for Matrimonial
11.23 Workers hired. crime against Complaints
3. Procurement of 3.1 Types of equipment 15 women, increase 2.2 Number of issues 7,500
essential procured for women confidence of likely to be addressed
items/equipment to police force women in society, for Counseling
enhance the 3.2 Number of activities 230 create proper 2.3 Number of issues 8,000
capability of undertaken environment to deal likely to be addressed
women police force with the complaints for One Time
for imparting in safe and secure Intervention
training. manner. CSO and Complaints

111
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
4. Holding Camps for 4.1 No. of Self Defence 355 Social Workers give 2.4 Number of issues 70,000
Self Defence. Training Camps moral and legal likely to be addressed
Training in School/ support to the for School/College
Colleges, One day complainants of Girls (Self Defence
Workshops, Gender matrimonial disputes Training Camps)
sensitization 4.2 No. of One day 150 and various other 2.5 Number of issues 20.000
Training, Nukkad Workshops activities for safety likely to be addressed
Natak and security of for School/College
women. Girls, Working
Women (One Day
Workshop)
4.3 No. of Gender 91 2.6 Number of issues 57,000
Sensitization likely to be addressed
Training to be for Women/Boys/Girls
conducted (Gender Sensitization
4.4 No. of Nukkad 168 Training & Nukkad
Natak to be Natak) (37000+
organized 20000)
c. Cyber Crime Prevention Against Women and Children
1. Providing 24x7 1.1. Number of 1500 approx 1. A functional 1.1 No. of victims able to 100%
platform for complaints filed cybercrime reporting register their
registration of under the portal portal for better complaints
29.50 cyber-crimes64 service to the victims satisfactorily
of cybercrime.
2. To assist 2.1. Number of police 5,000 2. Trained resources to 2.1 Percentage increase in 50%
States/UTs in the officers, public handle cybercrimes the number of trained
capacity building of prosecutors, and personnel to handle

64 This portal is now subsumed in National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal under I4C Scheme.

112
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
police officers, judicial officers cybercrimes
public prosecutors trained
and judicial officers
3. Establishment of 3.1 Advanced National Y 3. Operationalizing 3.1 Reduction in 30%
advanced national Cyber forensic (Operationlising National Cyber turnaround time for
Cyber Forensic laboratory facility of NCFL and Forensic Lab submission of
Laboratory and will be accessible State Cyber evidence report by
Laboratory-cum- for all States/UTs Forensic CFSL
Training Centre in (Y/N) Training Labs.
all States/UTs In each
State/UT)
3.2 Setting up of cyber One Cyber-
forensic training cum-training
labs in all States / forensic lab in
UT each State/UT
4. Usage of mass 4.1. Estimated number One Lakh per 4. To mitigate 4.1 Change in percentage 10%
media to spread of people reached month cybercrime by reporting of
awareness about in order to create generating cyber cybercrime complaints
cyber crime awareness on cyber awareness among
crime public
d. Safe City Project
1. Safe zone clusters 1.1. No. of Locations 707 1. Increase in 1.1. Decrease in the Targets not
790.39 at identified covered approachability of average time taken by amenable
hotspots for crime women to police a victim to report
zones stations in identified crime

113
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.2 No. of Call Boxes 250 hot spots for 1.2. Percentage increase in Targets not
installed reporting sexual usage of channels * to amenable
crime access police
assistance /
Government channels
relating to women
safety issues
1.3 No. of lights 3,000 1.3. Decrease in downtime Targets not
installed of SLA of channels amenable
2. Installation of 2.1 Number of 1,500 2. Increase in 2.1. Percentage increase in Targets not
Surveillance Cameras installed approachability of cases registered for amenable
Equipment women for counselling
counselling
2.2 Any other important 50 3. Increase in 3.1. Percentage increase in Targets not
surveillance confidence of confidence of women amenable
65
equipment installed women to visit to visit public places
(Numbers) public places
3. Security enablers in 3.1 No. of GPS 250 4. Reduction in sexual 4.1. Change in percentage Targets not
public transport Covered Buses crimes against of sexual crimes amenable
3.2 No. of Taxis, buses 50,000 women and children related to women and
etc with RFID tags in the hotspot areas children in targeted
3.3 No.of taxis, buses 3,00,000 areas
covered with QR
Codes
4. Sanitation facility 4.1 No. of smart-toilets 500
for women constructed for
women

65 # data to become available after completion of project

114
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
5. Patrol vehicles 5.1 No. of patrol 900 5. Reduction in 5.1. Percentage change in Targets not
connected to vehicles with MDT response time by the average response time amenable
command centres 5.2 No. of SHE team 70 law enforcement by the police force to
vehicles deployed agencies to provide react to a sexual
response assault complaint
5.3 No. of patrol 250
vehicles deployed
6. Social and Print 6.1 Advertisements in 3 6. Reaching out to the 6.1. No. of hits on relevant Targets not
Media events and print media (in sq citizens for more Social Media handles amenable
campaigns cm) awareness of women of the State/UT
6.2 No. of 3 safety 6.2. No. of people Targets not
Advertisements additionally reached amenable
running on social out from the awareness
media campaigns (apart from
6.3 No. of other 50 Social media)
awareness
Campaigns planned
for the program

3. Border Infrastructure and Management (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Development of 1.1 Budget 100% 1. To enhance the 1.1 Budget Utilization 100%
Infrastructure along Utilization operational
1996.51 capability of
Indo-China Border
(Phase-I & II Road) Border Guarding

115
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Development of 2.1 Budget 100% Force for effective 1.2 Budget Utilization 100%
Roads along Indo- Utilization Border
Nepal Border Management
3. Development of 3.1 Budget 100% against cross 1.3 Budget Utilization 100%
Roads along Indo- Utilization border infiltration
Bhutan Border and crimes.
4. Indo Bangaladesh 4.1 Budget 100% 1.4 Budget Utilization 100%
Border Works Utilization
5. Indo-Pakistan Border 5.1 Budget 100% 1.5 Budget Utilization 100%
Works Utilization
6. BOP along IBB & 6.1 Budget 100% 1.6 Budget Utilization 100%
IPB Utilization
7. Construction of 7.1 Budget 100% 1.7 Budget Utilization 100%
BOPs Utilization

4. Modernization of Police Forces (CSS)66


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. CCTNS (CSS)
1. Computerization and 1.1 Number of 15,884 1. Faster national level 1.1 Average time taken to Less
13.77
Deployment of Core Police Stations crime and criminal search for crime and than 2
Application Software in where CCTNS records search criminal records at minutes

66 The scheme also includes smaller allocations for: Administration of Central Act & Regulations (Rs.1.00 crore); Registration and Surveillance of Foreigners (Rs.5.00 crore); and
Reimbursement to States for Administration of Citizenship Acts (Rs.1.00 crore), for which targets cannot be fixed.

116
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Police Stations and higher is deployed National Level
offices covered under 1.2 Number of Police 15,000
CCTNS project Stations having access
to NDC search
1.2 Number of 15,000 1.3 Number of national 8,00,000
Police Stations level searches on crime
entering 100% and criminal database
of stipulated
forms, IIF I to
IIF V, in
CCTNS
2. Data Digitization of past 1.1 Number of 35
10 year crime and criminal States/ UTs
records where 100%
digitization of
past 10 year’s
crime and
criminal records
is completed
3. Online portal for providing 1.2 Number of 36 3. Effective online 2.1 Total number of citizen 3
citizen services States/UTs system of citizen service requests
providing services handled on State/ UT
stipulated 9 portals (in crores)
services through
citizen service
portals
4. Role based training to 4.1 Number role 5,96,000 1.1 Number of States 36
Police officers personnel providing SMS alert
trained on feature to Citizens
CCTNS

117
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
b. Assistance to States for Modernization of Police67
1. Providing funding for 1.1. Percentage 20% 1. Reduction in 1.1 % decrease in demand 5%
modernisation of police acquisition of dependency of State of States for
forces latest weaponry Police on deployment deployment of CAPFs
and training Central Police Forces for maintenance of law
gadgets, in maintenance of law & order.
778.36 advanced & order (excluding
communication incidents of combating
and forensic terrorism/ left wing
equipment etc. extremism/ General or
under the State Elections etc.)
scheme by the
States.
103.55 c. Assistance to Central Agencies for LWE Management
1. Assistance to Central 1.1. % expenditure 100%. 1. Operational efficiency 1.1. % expenditure of 100%.
Agencies for LWE of budget and welfare of CAPF budget allocated
management. allocated. security personnel
would be enhanced.
950.00 d. Special Central Assistance (SCA) to 30Worst Affected LWE Districts
1. Providing special central 1.1. % expenditure 100%. 1. Critical gaps related to 1.1. % expenditure of . 100%
assistance to 30most LWE of budget public infrastructure budget allocated.
affected districts. allocated. will be filled which are
of emergency nature.
266.95 e. SRE: LWE
1. Providing security-related 1.1 % expenditure 100% 1. The Scheme would 1.1 % expenditure of 100%
expenditure to the LWE- of budget strengthen capacity of budget allocated
affected States allocated the LWE affected

67
Utilization Certificates (UCs) for the fund released during FY 2020-21 will be due by FY 2022-23. Accordingly, fund released in FY 2020-21 is to be utilized by end of 2021-22 for the
purchase weapons, equipments etc.

118
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
States to fight against
the LWE problem in
an effective manner.
185.25 f. SRE: NE
1. Providing security related 1.1 % expenditure 100% 1. The scheme would 1.1 % expenditure of 100%
expenditure to NE State of budget support the logistic budget allocated
except Sikkim and allocated requirement of
Mizoram Security Forces in
order to combat
insurgency in the
North East and also to
strengthen police
establishments and
wean away misguided
youths to join militant
groups through
surrender-cum-
rehabilitation policy
for bringing
surrendered militants
into mainstream.
202.35 g. SRE: J&K (R&R)68
1. Monthly Reimbursement 1.1. % expenditure 100 % 1. Expenditure on various 1.1. % expenditure of 100 %
made to the Government of allocated components covered allocated budget
of Jammu & Kashmir for budget under SRE (R&R)
the expenditure on major (such as Cash

68Government of Jammu & Kashmir: Reimbursement of Security Related Expenditure incurred by Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir on Relief & Rehabilitation activities. The main components of
SRE (R&R) scheme are Cash Assistance of Jammu Migrants and Kashmiri Migrants, Ex-gratia relief in respect of Security Forces killed in Terrorist Violence/ Law & Order Incidents,
Employment to Kashmiri migrants employed under the Package, Construction of 6000 transit accommodations in the Valley and other Components of the Package.

119
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
components such as Cash relief/free ration to
relief/free ration to migrants, ex-
migrants, ex-gratia gratia relief to Next of
relief to Next of Kin Kin (NoKs) of
(NoKs) of Police/security Police/security
personnel killed, relief to personnel killed, ,relief
victims of cross border to victims of cross
firing etc. border firing etc)
69
513.00 h. SRE (J&K): Police
1. Security-related 1.1. % expenditure 100% 1. Security-related 1.1. % expenditure of 100%
expenditure on SRE of budget expenditure on SRE budget allocated
(J&K): Police allocated (J&K): Police
98.80 i. Special Infrastructure Scheme (SIS) along with Construction of 250 Fortified Police Stations in LWE affected States
1. Support to LWE States by 1.1. % expenditure 100% 1. Capacity building of 1.1. % expenditure of 100%
funding infrastructure, of budget LWE affected states to budget allocated
training, weaponry & allocated fight the LWE menace
vehicles for upgradation effectively.
and filling critical gaps of
Special Forces, and
support to Special
Intelligence branches, and
construction of 250 police
stations in LWE areas

69 Major items covered under SRE (J&K): (Police) on which expenditure is carried out by Govt. of J&K are honorarium to Special Police Officers (SPOs), Rent of accommodation, Carriage of
Constabulary, Airlift charges, Lease/board/lodge security zone, Expenditure on detenues,14th JKP Bn, DAR 95 Coys, Alternate accommodation for security forces, Material and Supplies, Security
Works by J&K Police, Election related expenditure, restoration of infrastructure of JK Police damaged in Flood 2014, High End Security and Law & Order System under PMDP, 2015 and Raising
of 5 IR Bns.

120
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
26.13 j. Civic Action Programme and Media Plan of LWE
1. LWE Civic Action Plan: 1.1 % expenditure 100% 1. The scheme will result 1.1 % expenditure of 100%
Funds will be provided to of allotted in boosting the image allotted budget
CAPFs/Army deployed in budget of armed forces among
LWE affected areas to the common people
carry out civic activities. and help in taking the
LWE Media Action local populace in
Plan: Funds are provided confidence while
for NYKS, Doordarshan, deployed in
AIR and DAVP etc. for insurgency/militancy
broadcasting of Radio prone areas of LWE
Jingles/ spots and affected areas. The
Documentaries films, in people in LWE
LWE affected areas , affected States are
Newspaper, magazine, made aware about
posters & pamphlets, development and
nukkadnataks, social welfare schemes of the
media and organizing Government to counter
annual Tribal Youth the false propaganda of
Exchange Programmes, the LWE cadres
etc. against the
Government.
23.75 k. Security Environment (Civic Action Programme and Media Plan) of J&K
1. Funds are to be provided 1.1 No. of 2,000 1. To win over the hearts 1.1 % expenditure of the 100%
to CAPFs and JKP for beneficiaries of local population budget allocated.
various programmes to benefited especially youth and to
engage the youth of J&K through these engage them in
in various activities like activities creative activities and
Conducting of Sports & to build bridges and
Cultural Activities, develop cordial

121
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Medical Camps, relation between local
Vetinarary Camps and population and CAPFs.
Vocational Training
Programmes etc.
2. Bharat Darshan tours/ 2.1 No. of children/ 5,000 2. To give exposure to 2.1 % expenditure of the 100%
Watan ko Jano tours youth the youths and children budget allocated.
participating of J&K about the
under Bharat culture and socio-
Darshan tours/ economic development
Watan ko Jano taking place in other
programme parts of the country.
3. To empower women of 3.1 No. of Women 750 3. For capacity building 3.1 % expenditure of the 100%
J&K through setting of Trained under and attaining financial budget allocated.
Resource Centres of the program independence among
SEWA for vocational the women of J&K
training affected by militancy
4. Other activities like 4.1 No. of studies/ 06 4. To gain better 4.1 % expenditure of the 100%
Research Study by ICSSR, reports to be understanding of budget allocated.
M/o HRD on specific received various dimensions of
issues concerning special the Political, social,
regions relating to J&K Economical and
security issues relating
to J&K

122
Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) Demand No. 57
1. Smart Cities Mission (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators 2020- Outcome Indicators
2020-21
21
1. Transport 1.1. No. of Smart Road, street 60 1. Promotion of environment-friendly 1.1. Kms of smart 100
interventions redesign and smart parking non-motorized transport, improved streets
projects safety through better pedestrian completed
grounded/completed walking and crossing facilities
1.2. No. of Public Bike sharing 25 2. Enhanced use of bikes/ cycles as 2.1. Capacity for 15,000
projects public transport medium, cycling trips
grounded/completed promotion of environment-friendly created (trips per
non-motorized transport, improved day)
last mile connectivity (trips per
day)
2. Urban 2.1. No. of Integrated 30 3. Enhanced efficiency in governance 3.1. Amount of solar 12
governance Command and Control and management of traffic and law energy
6450.00 Centres enforcement, improved citizen generated (MW)
grounded/completed grievance redressal, reduced
criminal incidents on city streets
and public spaces, reduced traffic
violations, improved efficiency in
solid/liquid waste management,
water and wastewater management
as well as air quality management
3. Public open 3.1. No. of projects for 40 4. Increased availability of 4.1. No. of households 34,000
spaces and development and universally accessible green impacted
parks rejuvenation of public areas spaces, availability of public
including heritage areas recreational spaces, more vibrant
grounded/completed community life

123
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators 2020- Outcome Indicators
2020-21
21
4. Public 4.1 No. of projects for 40 5. Improved quality of waterfront 5.1. MLD of 200
Spaces-Water rejuvenation of water bodies spaces for citizens to use for wastewater
bodies and riverfront development recreation and physical activities, treatment capacity
grounded/completed better ground-water recharging, created
preservation of flora and fauna

5. Solar Projects 5.1 No. of Solar projects 25 6. Reduced GHG emission on Indicators and targets not
grounded/completed account of energy usage, reduced amenable
dependence on fossil fuel energy
and increased share of renewable
energy usage in ABD
6. Smart Water 6.1 No. of Smart Water projects 30 7. Reduction in non-revenue water Indicators and targets not
grounded/completed (NRW) and improved water amenable
availability
7. Waste Water 7.1. No. of Smart Wastewater 30 8. Improved sanitation and public Indicators and targets not
management reuse projects health, conservation of water amenable
and Re-use grounded/completed through recycling waste water
8. Institutional 8.1. No. of SPVs to be formed 070 9. Creation of institutional structure Indicators and targets not
Structure for integrated planning and amenable
sustainability of development of
Smart Cities

70 The SPVs have been formed in all 100 Smart Cities, hence no target is proposed for year 2020-21.

124
2. Swachh Bharat Mission – Urban (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Open Defecation Free
1. Construction of individual 1.1. Total number of 50000 1. The outcome is to 1.1. No. of ODF Maintain
Household Toilets Household Toilets71 create all towns to Towns declared73 ODF
2. Construction of 2.1. Total number of 1500075 become Open Sustainability
Community/ Public community and Defecation Free of 4041
Toilets public toilets/urinals (ODF).72 Statutory
constructed74 (no. of Towns
seats)
2300.00 Solid Waste Management
3. No. of Wards with 100% 3.1. Total number of 100077 2. The outcome is 1.2. Waste to be 1720079
Door to Door Collection wards practicing processing of waste processed against
(Cumulative) 100% Door to Door as per Solid Waste the generated
Collection76 Management Rules - waste78 (in TPD)
4. No. of Wards with 100% 4.1. No. of wards with 700081 2016 . This would
Source Segregation complete 100% lead to quality
(Cumulative) Segregation at products like
source80 compost, RDF,

71
Assuming Progress as on 31st March'20= 62,00,000, which is more than the target
72 ODF status would lead to improved Cleanliness and hygiene scenarios in cities and towns, and reduction in incidences of diarrheal and vector borne diseases, thereby preserving dignity of
citizens.
73
Assuming Progress all statutory towns are ODF as on 31st March'20
74
Assuming Progress as on 31st March'20= 5,80,000, which is more than the target
75
Cumulative Target-5,95,000
76 Assuming Progress as on 31st March'20= 82,000
77 Cumulative Target-83,000
78 Assuming Progress as on 31st March'20= 90,000 (60%)
79 Cumulative Target- 1,07,200 (72%)
80 Assuming Progress as on 31st March'20= 63,000

125
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Energy and
simultaneously high
livelihood
opportunities for
waste pickers, more
entrepreneurial
opportunities for
weaker section of
society, and cleaner
environment to live
in
IEC/BCC
5. Public awareness and IEC 5.1. Campaigns on Radio, Approx. 3. The target is 2.1. Number of Target not
Campaigns emphasizing TV, Social Media, 100 Awareness citizens amenable83
upon importance of and e-learning workshops generation and participated in
sanitation in public health training workshops along with behavioral change Star Rating for
thematic vis-à-vis importance GFC, Swachh
drives and of hygiene and Manch,
campaigns sanitation in public Swachhata App
for citizen health.82 Downloads

81 Cumulative Target-70,000
82 The outcome is not quantifiable, however, effective communication and awareness would lead to greater public participation and citizen involvement in creating garbage free and Open
Defecation Free cities, and ultimately, make Swachh Bharat Mission into a ‘janandolan’
83 Awareness creation among all citizens and capacity building of ULB officials

126
3. MRTS and Metro Projects (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators 2020-
2020-21
21
1. Construction 1.1. Number of Kilometres of new 63 1. Improved 1.1. Time cost saving (in Rs. 3878.49
of new metro metro lines to be operationalized/ Livability Crore)
lines commissioned. outcomes in
2. Construction 2.1. Number of Kilometers of new 085 terms of better 1.2. Vehicle operating cost 3209.93
of Regional RRTS lines to be transportation and saving (in Rs. Crore)
Rapid Transit operationalized/Commissioned air quality
System
(Delhi-
Ghaziabad-
Meerut) line
3. UT Planning 3.1. Enhanced capabilities of the 2 1.3. Emission saving cost (in 702.42
84 and capacity agencies executing the projects Rs. Crore)
20000.00 building (Number of training sessions to 1.4. Accident reduction cost 7.09
scheme be conducted) (in Rs. Crore)
1.5. Infrastructure 49.66
maintenance cost saving
(in Rs. Crore)
84
2. This will help de- 0
congestion of
Delhi-NCR and
reduction in
pollution
3. Improved trained 3.1. Number of officers 80
capacity (human) trained

84
17482+2487.40+30.60
85
Projection under construction phase Project implementation period is 6 years and is likely to be completed by 2025. Activities like land acquisition., award of contract, setting up of casting
yard and commencement of other preparatory civil construction tests/activities to take place during FY 2020-21.

127
4. Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) (CSS)86
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Universal 1.1. Number of water supply 37 1. Universal coverage of 1.1. Number of new 17
coverage of projects grounded. water supply in all household water tap
water supply in Mission cities by the connections provided.
Mission cities end of Mission (in Lakh)
1.2. Number of water supply 129 2. Improvement in 2.1. Number of new 17
projects completed. sewerage and septage household sewerage
facilities in Mission connections (in
cities. lakh)provided/
coverage of
households
2. Networked 2.1. Number of sewerage and 63 3. Improvement in 3.1. Increase in sewage 200
sewerage septage management projects sewage treatment treatment capacity (in
7300.00 systems & grounded. capacity, and Waste MLD)
Sewage 2.2. Number of sewerage and 77 water recycling/ reuse 3.2. Increase in waste 45
Treatment septage management projects capacity water recycling
Plants (STPs), grounded /completed. capacity (in MLD)
recycle / reuse
of water
3. Development of 3.1. Number of projects for 88 4. Providing quality 4.1. Area of Improved 250
green spaces development of green spaces green spaces and green cover & quality
and parks and parks grounded parks in Mission public spaces
cities with Divyang space/parks developed
and child friendly (in acre).
features.
3.2. Number of projects for 108 5. Reduced urban 5.1. Qualitative indicators: Reduced

86 Note: Under AMRUT, water supply and sewerage are the thrust areas. Against the total size of Rs.77,640 crore, Rs.71,466 crore (92%) has been allocated to water supply and
sewerage/septage projects and only Rs.2,969 crore (4%) for drainage, Rs.1,436 crore (2%) for non-motorised urban transport and Rs.1,768 crore (2%) has been allocated for green spaces and
parks. Some States/UTs have taken more projects than approved SAAP size, in such cases the entire additional cost shall be borne by the State/UTs.

128
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
development of green spaces flooding incidences of water logging in
and parks completed. Mission cities.
4. Provision of 4.1. Number of projects under 16 6. Increase in 6.1. Qualitative indicators:
storm water storm water drainage availability of Reduced incidences of accidents.
drains in grounded. footpath/walkways, Improved availability of
Mission cities side-walks, foot over pedestrian walkways.
bridges and multi-
level parkings.
4.2. Number of projects under 98 7. Improved delivery of 7.1. Number of cities with 47
storm water drainage citizen services, Online Building
completed. bringing down the Permission System
cost of service (OBPS) in place
5. Promotion of 5.1. Number of projects under 26 delivery, improved 7.2. Credit rating of 16
Non-motorized Non-motorized urban transport financial health of Mission cities
transport grounded ULBs by augmenting (Number of cities)
5.2. Number of projects under 25 resources, enhancing 7.3. Additional resource 200
Non-motorized urban transport transparency, etc mobilization by issuance
completed. of Municipal bonds (in Rs.
Crore)
6. Implementation 6.1. Reforms undertaken for all 087 8. Increase in the 8.1. Qualitative indicators:
of reforms in 500 Mission cities, which capacity of Municipal Improvement in capabilities of
Mission cities includes credit rating, issuance functionaries and cities to deliver the citizen
of Municipal bonds, review of elected services, move towards more
building by-laws, e- representatives efficient governance and financial
Governance, Online Building practices
Permission System (OBPS),
energy conservation measures,
improvement in levy and

87 No provision for incentivization in 2020 -21 for reforms under taken

129
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
collection of user charges, etc.
7. Capacity 7.1. Number of Municipal 088
building activity functionaries and elected
representatives trained.

5. Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana - Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target 2020-
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 21
1. Providing interest 1.1. No. of EWS / 6.0 1. Mission outreach to urban 1.1. Occupancy 75%
subsidy to EWS, LIG LIG and MIG beneficiaries across all States and of houses
and MIG beneficiaries. beneficiaries UTs. Security of tenure and in
Disbursal of home loan supported (in women empowerment through percentage
subsidy to about 6 lakh Lakh) preferred ownership of house. (%)
EWS/ LIG and Middle Dignified living conditions for
Income Group urban beneficiaries (EWS/LIG
1400.00 beneficiaries. and MIG) by providing all-
weather self-owned housing units
with basis services such as
Water, Kitchen, Electricity and
Toilet with adequate physical and
social infrastructure. Securing
relevant Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs)

88 Against Mission target of 45,000 functionaries and elected representatives, 50,781 have been imparted training

130
6. Pradhan Mantri AwaasYojana (PMAY) (Other Components) - AHP, ISSR and BLC (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Sanction of Central 1.1. No. of Houses sanctioned (In 2.02 1. Mission outreach to urban 1.1. Occupancy 75%
assistance to 2.02 Lakh) poor beneficiaries across all of houses
lakh houses 1.2. No. of Houses where fund 16 States and UTs. in
approved by States released (In Lakh) Security of tenure and women percentage
1.3. No. of houses constructed with 20 empowerment through (%)
Funds to be released adequate basic services and preferred ownership of house.
for 16 lakh houses infrastructure (In Lakh) Dignified living conditions for
1.4. No. of houses occupied (In 4.2 urban poor including slum
6600.00 Completion of 20 Lakh) rehabilitation by providing all-
lakh houses by weather self-owned housing
States/UTs units with basis services such
as Water, Kitchen, Electricity
75% Occupancy of and Toilet and adequate
houses physical and social
infrastructure.
Securing relevant Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs)

7. National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM) (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Employment 1.1. Number of persons imparted 2,00,000 1. Improved 1.1. % of skill trained 70% of
oriented skill skill training (with segregated Livelihoods of Urban persons placed successfully
795.00
training and data for minorities). Poor (with segregated trained
support for micro- data for candidates

131
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
entrepreneurship minorities).
along with SHG 1.2. Number of persons assisted in 40,000 2. Improved earning 2.1. Change in Target not
groups setting-up of micro-enterprises capacities of income of amenable89
(with segregated data for beneficiaries beneficiaries
minorities).
1.3. Number of SHGs formed 45,000 3. Availability of 3.1. Capacity of Target not
shelters offering shelters as amenable
dignified habitable percentage of
space for urban urban homeless
homeless identified.
1.4. No. of SHGs provided with 35,000 4. To encourage pro- 4.1. Number of street Target not
Revolving Fund (RF) support vendor urban vendors issued amenable90
1.5. No. of loans to SHGs through 40,000 planning for identity cards.
bank linkage programme. protection of
2. Provision of 2.1. Number of shelters functional 40 Livelihoods of street
shelters for urban vendors.
homeless
3. Providing support 3.1. Cities to complete Street 100
to urban street Vendor survey.
vendors

8. General Pool Accommodation: Residential (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)

89 It cannot be measured on annual basis and can be assessed only during the impact assessment surveys conducted for evaluation of the Mission
90 As per the survey results

132
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction of 1.1. Number of projects sanctioned 5 1. Increased availability of 1.1. Number of new 120
general pool and under construction. government residence residential units
accommodation with adequate basic delivered.
infrastructure services.
development 1.2. Number of projects sanctioned 2 2. Increased satisfaction 2.1. Percentage of 0.5 %91
545.32 and under planning, designing level among residence demand (Approx.)
and clearance stage. government employees gap satisfied (in %)
1.3. Number of proposals / 7
estimates received for
sanctioning
1.4. Number of projects completed 4

9. General Pool Accommodation: Non-Residential (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction of 1.1. Number of projects sanctioned 092 1. Increased 1.1. Office spaces delivered 36697
general pool and under construction. availability of to the central
accommodation government government
infrastructure office spaces departments and
742.69 development with adequate ministries (in meter2)
1.2. Number of projects sanctioned 1 basic supply. 1.2. Office premises
4 %93
and under planning, designing demand gap satisfied
(Approx.)
and clearance stage. (in % of total demand)
1.3. Number of proposals / estimates 8

91 120/22205 = 0.005 Approx


92 Sanctioned projects will be taken up for completion
93 36,697/9,22,650 = 0.04 Approx

133
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
received for sanctioning
1.4. Number of projects completed 2

134
Ministry of Human Resource Development Demand No. 58

Department of School Education & Literacy


1. Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Access, 1.1. No. of new schools 10 1. Enhancing 1.1. Net Enrolment Ratio 92.5%
Retention & opened/upgraded (Primary) access, retention, (NER) at Elementary
Infrastructure 1.2. No. of new schools 10 transition and Level
opened/upgraded (Upper Primary) reducing drop
1.3. No. of new schools 200 out by providing 1.2. Annual Drop-out Rate 3.5%
opened/upgraded (Secondary) infrastructure at Elementary Level
1.4. No. of new schools 100 and other 1.3. Gross Enrolment 84%
opened/upgraded (upgradation of facilities as Ratio(GER) at
Secondary to Higher Secondary) incentives under Secondary Level
1.5. No. of new schools 200 the provision of 1.4. Gross Access Ratio 90.5%
opened/upgraded (Higher RTE Act, 2009 (GAR) at Secondary
38750.50
Secondary including additional level
stream)
1.6. No. of new Residential 5
Schools/Hostels opened
1.7. No. of Out of School Children 8 1.5. No. of Out of School 6
provided Special training (At children mainstreamed
Elementary Level) (in Lakhs) at Elementary Level (in
Lakhs)
1.8. No. of children provided 9 1.6. Annual Average 14%
Transport and Escort facility(in Dropout Rate at
Lakhs) Secondary level

135
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.9. No. of children covered under 30 1.7. Gross Enrolment Ratio 63%
Section 12 (1) (c) (reimbursement (GER) at Senior
towards expenditure incurred for Secondary Level
25% of Admission under 12 (1)(c)
RTE Act) (in Lakhs)
1.10. No. of schools covered under 40,000 1.8. Transition Rate from 93%
Strengthening (including primary to upper
Additional Classrooms) primary level
(Elementary)
1.11. No. of schools covered under 20,000 1.9. Transition Rate (Class 94.5%
Strengthening (including VIII to IX)
Additional Classrooms)
(Secondary)
1.12. No. of schools covered under 5,000 1.10. Transition Rate 74%
Strengthening (including (Class X to XI)
Additional Classrooms) (Higher
Secondary)
2. Quality 2.1. No. of Children provided free 8.02 2. Improving 2.1. Increase in the % of Targets
uniforms(in crores) quality education children achieving not
2.2. No. of Children provided free 9.99 and enhancing subject-wise and grade- amenable
94
textbooks(in crores) learning wise learning outcomes
2.3. No. of Children provided remedial 10 outcomes of
training (in crores) students
2.4. No. of Schools provided library 7
facility (in Lakhs)
2.5. No. of Schools provided sports 7
equipment facility(in Lakhs)

94 Learning achievement of students in NAS 2020 will be measured and analysed based on the baseline data of NAS 2017

136
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. ICT & Digital 3.1. No. of schools covered under ICT 1,000
Initiatives & Digital initiatives
4. Teacher 4.1. No. of new DIETs sanctioned 10 3. Improving the 3.1. Improving Teacher Targets
Education 4.2. No. of Teachers, Teacher 15 overall quality of professional not
Educators and Educational various activities development amenable
Administrators including head of the teacher
teachers provided training (in education
Lakhs) institutions &
strengthening
their functioning
5. Skill 5.1. No. of new schools covered under 1,500 4. Promoting 4.1. No. of students 5
Development Vocational Education vocationalization completed vocational
of education courses(in Lakhs)
6. Gender 6.1. No. of new Kasturba Gandhi 095 5. Bridging Social 5.1. Gender Parity 1
Balika Vidyalayas(KGBVs) and Gender Gaps Index(GPI) at
in School Elementary level
6.2. No. of Kasturba Gandhi Balika 300 Education by 5.2. GPI at Secondary level 1
Vidyalayas(KGBVs) upgraded providing
from Class VIII to Class X special emphasis
6.3. No. of Kasturba Gandhi Balika 300 on girls and 5.3. GPI at Senior 1
Vidyalayas(KGBVs) upgraded Ensuring Secondary Level
from Class VIII to Class XII equitable and
6.4. Provision of separate Girls Toilet 5,000 inclusive
(nos.) education at all
6.5. No. of Schools provided Self- 3 levels for
defence training for girls (in children
Lakhs) belonging to

95 No new KGBVs are proposed as existing ones will be upgraded

137
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
7. Equity and 7.1. No. of Children with Special 6.5 SC,ST, Minority 5.4. Improvement in 0.5%
Inclusive Needs (CWSN) Girls provided and CESN-Less enrolment of CWSN
Education stipend(in Lakhs) dropout
7.2. No. of Special Educators provided 30,000
financial assistance

2. National Programme of Mid-Day Meal in Schools (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Provision of free 1.1. No. of Actual 11.98 1. Improvement in 1.1. No. of children availed 9.36
meal to children in Beneficiaries (nos. in attendance Mid-Day Meal on
eligible school crores) average basis as 100%
of PAB Approval (nos.
in crores)
2. Compliance with 2.1. Total no. of schools 11.34 2. Reduction in gender and 2.1. % Increase in the NER 93%
11000.00
NP-MDMS 2019 found compliant with social gap in education for ST/SC and girl
guidelines NP-MDMS (nos. in child in elementary
lakhs) education
3. Adequate 3.1. Total food grain stock 27 3. Preparation of meal in all 3.1. Percentage of food 95%
allocation of food available with FCI for the eligible schools grain utilized
grain MDM (in lakh MTs)

138
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
4. Provision of 4.1. Total units of kitchen- 10.06 4. Preparation of meal under 4.1. Percentage of schools 100%
Infrastructure at cum-stores (lakhs) Safe and secure condition with kitchen-cum-store
schools with incidence-free and preparation of
provision of meal meals free of untoward
incidents.
5. School Nutrition 5.1. No. of schools with 11.20 5. Coverage of school 5.1. Percentage of schools 100%
Gardens school Nutrition nutrition gardens across all having School
gardens (nos. in lakhs) eligible schools Nutrition Gardens

139
Ministry of Human Resource Development Demand No. 59
Department of Higher Education

1. Higher Education Financing Agency [HEFA] (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Educational 1.1. No. of central educational 150 1. Institutions to 1.1. No. of Central Educational 096
institutions institutions received emerge as premiere Institutions (CEIs) that
funded to create funding for improving Institutions with have improved their
state-of-the-art infrastructure during the robust teaching and rankings.
2200.00 year
research labs and research facilities.
other 1.2. Amount of Loan 30,000 2. Reduction in 2.1. Reduction in Government 4,00097
infrastructure sanctioned (Rs. In crore) Budgetary funding budgetary support for infra
for infra (Rs. In crore)

2. World Class Institutions (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Selection 1.1. Number of public institutions 7 1. Providing 1.1. Number of domestic students 59,846
of public to be identified to get support world class getting Higher Education in world
and private for becoming world class education class institutions
500.00
institutions institutions and Signing of within the
as letter of intent/MoU with country at an
institutions selected HEI affordable rate

96 It will be possible to assess and provide this information after 3 years, when infrastructure and systems are in place.
97 Reduction in Budget Support= Amount of Loan disbursed-Interest Paid-Repayment of Principal from Government Budget

140
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
of 1.2. Number of private institutions 8 to domestic 1.2. Number of foreign students 1,902
Eminence to be identified to get the students getting Higher Education in world
which will regulatory freedom and class institutions
emerge as Signing of letter of 2. Improvement 2.1. No. of selected HEIs ranked in top 098
world class intent/MoU with selected HEI in world 500 in world ranking in ten years
institutions ranking of IoEs and in top 100 in world ranking
eventually over time
2.2. No. of selected HEIs ranked in top 098
100 in world ranking eventually
over time

3. Interest Subsidy and contribution for Guarantee Funds (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Release of 1.1. Number of interest 7 1. Higher access to 1.1. Number of students who 5
interest subsidy subsidy claims to professional/technical have successfully
claims under the students who are courses. completed the given level
scheme covered under the scheme of Higher Education
(Fresh/Renewal) (In (Professional/technical
1900.00 lakhs) courses) (Renewal) (In
lakhs)
2. Credit Guarantee 2.1. Total no. of accounts of 1.20 2. Reduce NPA burden 2.1. Increase in the number of 1.20
Fund for students to be guaranteed on the lending banks loans which are covered
Education (In lakhs) which would result in under guarantee fund. (In
Loans. increasing their lakhs)

98 Scheme is at nascent stage; no outcome possible in 2020-21

141
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
confidence to cover
more number of
eligible students

4. Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of Government of India (EAP) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Implementation 1.1. Percentage of participating 60%99 1. Enhancement 1.1. Increase in the average score of 5%
of exit exam e.g. Institutes in focus States in student students
GATE for that train final year learning 1.2. Transition rate of UG engineering 60%
engineering engineering students to take outcomes and students from the first year to
students exit exam (e.g. GATE etc.) employability second year in participating
institutes (in focus states)
1.3. Transition rate of UG engineering 77%
students from the first year to
650.00 second year in participating
institutes (in non-focus States)
2. Annual reports 2.1. No. of Institutes that 77 2. Enhance 2.1. % of Phd students out of total 3.20%
published by publish Annual reports in quality enrolment in engineering
Institutes the prescribed format technical disciplines in participating
education in institutes
3. Engineering 3.1. Number of engineering 85 engineering 2.2. % of sanctioned faculty positions 85%
education education institutes in focus institutes in participating institutes filled by
institutes in States that meet the through regular or contract faculty,

99
with training imparted to at least 70% students

142
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
focus States that enabling mechanisms for strengthening contracted according to AICTE
meet the participation in the project research and norms(in focus States)
enabling faculty
mechanisms for
participation in
the project
4. Affiliated 4.1. No. of affiliated institutes 30 2.3. % age of sanctioned faculty 85%
Institutes participating in research position in participating institutes
participated in hub activities filled by regular or contract
newly designed faculty, contracted according to
research-hub AICTE norms (in non-focus
related activities States)
5. Faculty trained 5.1. Number of faculty trained 5,000 2.4. % of externally funded 4%
in subject in either their subject projects/consultancy works with
domain, domain, pedagogy, or respect to total revenue of the
pedagogy, or management of institute
management of participating institutes
participating
institutes
6. Participation of 6.1. No. of Participating 174
Institutions in Institutions
programme

143
5. Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets
Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators 2020- Outcome Indicators
2020-21
21
1. Creation of University by 1.1. Total number of universities created 9 1. Increased 1.1. Gross Enrolment 31%
way of Up gradation of by upgradation of existing Access to Ratio (%)
existing Autonomous autonomous colleges in FY2021 Higher
colleges Education
2. Creation of Universities 2.1. Total number of universities created 8
by clustering of Colleges by upgradation of existing
autonomous colleges in FY2021
3. Up-gradation of degree 3.1. No. of degree colleges upgraded to 97 2. Increased 2.1. More higher quality 100%
colleges to Model colleges Model Colleges Quality of institutions through
Higher accreditation of
Education institutions
Institutio supported under
300.00100 ns RUSA (accreditation
in %)
4. Grants for Research, 4.1. No. of institutions that complete 8 2.2. Improved Student 18:01
innovation and quality research proposals funded. Teacher Ratio
improvement
5. New colleges 5.1. Total number of New Model 76 3. Increased 3.1. Higher GER for 21%
Colleges Equity in SCs(%)
5.2. Total no. of new professional 25 Higher 3.2. Higher GER for 17.5%
colleges Education STs(%)
6. Improved Infrastructure of 6.1. No. of Colleges upgraded through 1,493 3.3. Higher GER for 29%
Colleges improvement in infrastructure Females (%)
7. Improved Infrastructure of 7.1. No. of Universities upgraded 113
Universities through improvement in

100
RUSA also gets support from Madhyamik and Uchhatar Shiksha Kosh

144
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets
Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators 2020- Outcome Indicators
2020-21
21
infrastructure
8. Opportunities for 8.1. No of HRDCs that would provide 7
professional development orientation and refresher courses
training (need based) for
faculty/teachers/administr
ators

145
Ministry of Jal Shakti Demand No. 61

Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation


1. National River Conservation Programme (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Protection, 1.1. No. of Sewerage 4 1. Improved water 1.1. Improved Water Quality - Water Targets
stabilization and Treatment Plants quality to achieve Quality to be improved in terms not
conservation of 1.2. Sewage 437 prescribed bathing of reduction in BOD and amenable
river Ganga by Treatment standards by 2022. increase in DO.
840.01
preventing direct capacity (MLD)
discharge of
sewage waste in
Ganga

2. National Ganga Plan and Ghat Works – Namami Gange (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
A. National Ganga Plan
800.01 1. Pollution abatement 1.1. Reduction in number of non- 110101 1. Improved water 1.1. Change in B.O.D BOD ≤ 3
through regulation complying Grossly Polluting quality to achieve content mg/l
of direct discharge Industries prescribed bathing
of industrial waste 1.2. Number of Manual water 96 standards by 2022. 1.2. Change in D.O. DO ≥ 5mg/l
in Ganga and quality monitoring stations content

101 As the inspection of 1072 GPIs in 2019 is yet to be completed, hence targets given for 2019-20 has been retained.

146
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
monitoring of water installed
quality 1.3. Number of Real Time water 40102
quality monitoring stations
installed
2. Protection, 2.1. No. of Sewerage Treatment 13 2. Improved water 2.1. Improved Water Target not
stabilization and Plants quality to achieve Quality amenable.
conservation of river 2.2. Sewage Treatment capacity 140 prescribed bathing
Ganga by (MLD) standards by 2022.
preventing direct
discharge of sewage
waste in Ganga
3. Maintaining 3.1. Construction/ Modernization 6 3. Increasing social 3.1. % change in Target not
cleanliness on river of Ghats outreach for public footfalls at the Ghat amenable.
edges and better participation and and crematoria.
infrastructure for encouraging
social and cultural healthy and
activities hygienic practices.
4. Better infrastructure 4.1. Construction/ Development 6
for cremation of Crematoria
rituals, preventing
unburnt bodies
disposed into river
Ganga
5. IEC Activities 5.1. IEC activities in Melas/ Done 4. Awareness and 4.1. % change in recall Target not
Mass baths/ Exhibitions/ behaviour change of the campaign and amenable.
Competitions/ through IEC its attributes.
Advertisement/ usage of activities.

102 40 new RTWQMS to be installed, 36 existing RTWQMS

147
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
social media and continuous
activity103(Not Done/Done)
6. Planning and 6.1. Current state of species of Target 5. High biodiversity 5.1. Species distribution Target not
management for conservation concern and not stretches identified maps prepared for amenable104
Aquatic species river habitat assessed – by amenable in select tributaries select tributaries in
conservation and ecological surveys to be in the Ganga the Ganga
maintenance of carried out in select basin. basin.(Yes/No)
Ecosystem services tributaries in the Ganga
in the Ganga river basin.
basin for a clean 6.2. No. of capacity building Target 6. Establishment of 6.1. No.of trained Target not
Ganga. programmes to be carried not Spearhead teams manpower carrying amenable105
out for Forest Departments amenable of states at select forward
and other stakeholder groups tributaries in the conservation
for states of the select Ganga basin. activities in their
tributaries. - Trained Forest respective states.
Departments, veterinarians
and local community of
states at select tributaries in
the Ganga basin, carrying
out biodiversity and river
habitat monitoring, and
rescue operations.
6.3. No. of awareness and Target 7. Local 7.1. No.of awareness Target not
sensitization workshops not communities and and conservation amenable.

103 IEC activities round the year including fortnight mass awareness campaigns (Ganga Swachhta Pakhwada, Swachhta Hi Sewa and Vriksharopan Abhiyaan etc.), events during local festivals
& ocassions (Kanwad Yatra, Char Dham Yatra, Magh Mela, Kumbh (Haridwar), Deep Deepawali and Kartik Purnima etc), exhibitions during events related to Water & Waste-water
management & other events of public importance.
104 Consolidation of information from ecological survey and literature review and publication in the form of brochures, booklets.
105 Identification of Spearhead teams, and other stakeholder groups, development of training curricula and initiation of capacity building exercises.

148
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
106
conducted with various amenable other stakeholders activities conducted
stakeholders and livelihood aware about for local people by
trainings conducted and skill aquatic Ganga Prabharis.
development activities for biodiversity and
Ganga Praharis in select motivated to
tributaries. - Stakeholders contribute towards
aware of Ganga aquatic its conservation.
biodiversity. Local Ganga Praharis
communities trained in involved in
sustainable livelihoods. conservation
Extension of Ganga Prahari activities.
cadre. 8. Local 8.1. No. of local people Target not
communities trained in alternative amenable10
adopting livelihoods 6
sustainable
livelihoods.
9. Promotion of 9.1. No. of micro Target not
biodiversity planning activities amenable10
sensitive village conducted. 6
level planning.
6.4. Increase in availability of Done 10. Improved fish 10.1. Adoption rate Target not
gangetic carps, Mahaseer biodiversity of (%) of the best amenable.
and Hilsa fishes - River river practices advocated
ranching of indigenous fish Ganga.Increased
species such as Indian Major awareness about
Carps, Mahseer, and Hilsa conservation of
(10 lakhs fingerlings) at fish biodiversity

106Ganga Prahari cadre extended to select tributaries of Ganga basin. Stakeholder workshops conducted at strategic locations of select tributaries of Ganga basin. Livelihood trainings
conducted at select locations.

149
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY- OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
selected sites of river Ganga among fisherman
(Done/Not Done) communities.
7. Afforestation 7.1. Area Covered under Target 11. Improvement in 11.1. Area covered Target not
afforestation (in ha.) 107 not quality and under forest along amenable.
amenable quantity of Ganga River.
precipitation,
which would
contribute to the
objective of
improving the
wholesome ness of
the river and aviral
dhara.
b. Ghat works and Beautification of river Fronts
1. Maintaining 1.1. Construction/ Modernization 10 1. Increasing social 1.1. Increased footfall at Target not
cleanliness on river of Ghats outreach for public the Ghat and amenable.
edges and better participation and crematoria.
infrastructure for encouraging
social and cultural healthy and
activities hygienic practices.

3. Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY)108 (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)

107 carried out by MoEF & CC through National & State CAMPA fund
108
Budgetary allocation excludes allocation for Flood Management & Border Areas Programme

150
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
A) Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme (AIBP)
1. Expedited 1.1. No. of AIBP projects 21 1. Creation of 1.1. Total additional Irrigation 5.62110
Implementatio targeted for completion by additional Potential Created (in lakh Ha)
n of AIBP March 2021.109 irrigation through PMKSY –AIBP
works for 40 potential 1.2. % of Irrigation Potential 100%111
projects Utilized through
(including infrastructure created through
phases). PMKSY –AIBP
4376.51
1.2. No. of AIBP projects 72 2. Resulting in 2.1 Increase in crop yield Target not
likely to be completed increase in attributable to increased amenable.
HKKP
(Cumulative) yield of crops & irrigation from PMKSY –
Budgetary
income of AIBP
Resources
farmers;
replenishment 2.2 Increase in groundwater Target not
[Includes of ground water
debt servicing levels attributable to PMKSY amenable.
and increased –AIBP
of Rs. water
2675.00 Cr.] availability for
other uses.
B) Har Khet Ko Pani(HKKP)
i. Command Area Development & Water Management (CADWM)
1. CADWM 1.1. Culturable Command 5112 1. Reduce the gap 1.1. Utilisation of irrigation 5
works in the Area (ha) covered (in lakh between potential in additional
identified ha) Irrigation culturable command area (in
prioritized potential lakh ha.)
projects created and
utilized

109 66 projects are currently under progress, 11 are targeted for completion by Mar 2020, 21 are targeted for completion by March 2021.
110 during the year up to June 2021
111 on completion of CADWM, agriculture extension works etc.
112 CAD works in balance Culturable Command Area (CCA) of 5.00 lakh ha

151
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.2. No. of Water User's 1000 2.1. Command area (in lakh ha)
2. Strengthen 5
Associations created participatory
covered for participatory
irrigation irrigation management
management through the Water User
Associations formed.
ii. Surface Minor Irrigation (SMI) & Repair, Renovation and Restoration (RRR) of Water Bodies
1. Expedite 1.1. No. of RRR & SMI 100 1. Creation of 1.1. Additional irrigation potential 0.50
progress on projects to be completed additional created (in lakh ha)
the RRR/SMI (projects/water bodies) irrigation
components of potential
the scheme
iii. Ground Water
1. Creation of 1.1. Construction of no. of 4,779 1. Development of 1.1. Creation of additional 19,116
Ground water wells with pumps, Pipes/ additional command area (in ha)
abstraction in safe blocks/districts: Irrigation
structures: Assam113 potential.
Assam 2. Irrigation 2.1. Numbers of farmers 19,643
facility to benefitted
farmers.
2. Creation of 2.1. Construction of no. of 473 3. Development of 3.1. Creation of additional 1,785
Ground water wells with pumps, Pipes/ additional command area (in ha)
abstraction in safe blocks/districts: Irrigation
structures: Arunachal Pradesh113 potential.
Arunachal 4. Irrigation 4.1. Numbers of farmers 3,350
Pradesh facility to benefitted
farmers.
3. Creation of 3.1. Construction of no. of 2,512 5. Development of 5.1. Creation of additional 3,768

113 After the implementation of scheme Stage of GW development should not exceed 70%

152
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Ground water wells with pumps, Pipes/ additional command area (in ha)
abstraction in safe blocks/districts: Irrigation
structures: Gujarat113 potential.
Gujarat 6. Irrigation 6.1. Numbers of farmers 3,655
facility to benefitted
farmers.
4. Creation of 4.1. Construction of no. of 231 7. Development of 7.1. Creation of additional 339
Ground water wells with pumps, Pipes/ additional command area (in ha)
abstraction in safe blocks/districts: Irrigation
structures: Tripura113 potential.
Tripura 8. Irrigation 8.1. Numbers of farmers 851
facility to benefitted
farmers.
C) Irrigation Census -Standalone component
1. Conducting 1.1. Completion of field work Yes 1. Informed 1.1. No. of downloads of census Target not
census of for 6th MI Census and first planning and reports - 6th MI Census as amenable. 114
water bodies Census of Water Bodies policy well as Water Bodies
in by States/UTs (Yes/No) formulation in
convergence 1.2. Completion of data Yes Minor Irrigation 1.2. No. of data requests received Target not
with of 6th MI processing activities by Sector. from institutions and amenable.110
Census States/UTs for 6th MI organizations (private and
Census and Census of public) - 6th MI Census as
Water Bodies including well as Water Bodies Census
data entry, validation & 1.3. No. of citations / references Target not
updation (Yes/No) for the census report created - amenable.110

114 Since the 6th MI Census & Census of Water Bodies has been launched in 2018-19, the report of the Census is likely to be published in 2020-2021. The targets would, therefore, be
operational only after the census reports have been published.

153
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
6th MI Census as well as
Water Bodies Census
D) Special Package for Irrigation projects in Maharashtra
1. Expeditious 1.1. No. of Major & Medium 2 1. Creation and 1.1. Additional irrigation potential 0.96
implementatio Irrigation (MMI) projects utilization of created (in Lakh Ha.).
n of Major & completed additional 1.2. Irrigation Potential utilised115 Targets not
Medium irrigation amenable
Irrigation potential in the
(MMI) and command of the
Surface Minor projects under
Irrigation special package
(SMI) Project
1.2. No. of Surface Minor 9 2. Resulting in 1.3. Increase in crop yield Targets not
Irrigation (SMI) projects increase in attributable to increased amenable
completed yield of crops & irrigation from Special
income of Package for Irrigation projects
farmers; in Maharashtra
replenishment 1.4. Increase in groundwater Targets not
of ground water levels attributable to Special amenable
and increased Package for Irrigation projects
water in Maharashtra
availability for
other uses.

115 IPU is dependent upon CADWM works, agriculture extension works etc.

154
4 Flood Management & Border Areas Programme (FMBAP) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators 2020- Outcome Indicators
2020-21
21
1. Execution of river 1.1. Total no. of flood 83 1. Reduction in 1.1. Total population Target not
management, anti- management works damage due to benefited under the amenable.
erosion, Flood Control, completed out of floods, river erosion intervention
Restoration of Damage ongoing 83 projects116 in selected river 1.2. Total are protected due Target not
Flood Management catchments. to new construction amenable.
Works and anti-sea works (in Lakh ha)
erosion works in
critical areas
2. Expedite the 2.1. Finalization of DPR Yes 2. Reduction in 2.1 The Pancheswar Target not
finalisation of DPR of of Pancheswer damage due to Multipurpose project, amenable. 117
Pancheswer Multipurpose project floods, river erosion when constructed and
750.00
Multipurpose project by both India and in selected river becomes operational
(PMP) by both India Nepal (Yes/No) catchments and would provide
and Nepal, related pre- 2.2. Action for preparation Yes related pre- following benefits:
construction activities of DPR of Sapta Kosi construction
of PMP and High Dam and Sub- activities of PMP. Power: 5040 MW (2520
preparation of DPR of Kosi diversion MW to India and 2520
Sapta Kosi High Dam scheme (Yes/No) MW to Nepal)
& Sun-Kosi diversion 2.3. Maintenance of Yes Irrigation: 0.43 million Ha
scheme etc as well as embankments in river (0.26 Mha to India +
other flood Kosi & Gandak in 0.17 Mha to Nepal)
management works in Nepal portion. Flood Control benefits
border area projects (Yes/No)

116 for taking up new projects, a Committee under NITI Aayog has been constituted to finalise the contours of Scheme for post March, 2020 period.
117 Since the project is in DPR/ Investigation stage, there is no measurable outcome.

155
Ministry of Jal Shakti Demand No. 62
Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation

1. Jal Jeevan Mission (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2021-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Sustainable 1.1. No. of additional 1.15 1. Health – reduction in 1.1. Reduction in numbers of 0118
Infrastructure Functional Household water borne diseases Acute Diarrhoeal Diseases
created to Tap Connection which are related to reported
support (FHTC). (in crores) availability of safe
drinking water drinking water.
for rural 2. Social- Womenfolk 2.1. Number of womenfolk who 0119
households who are relieved of are relieved of drudgery of
within drudgery of carrying carrying water from distant
premises. water from distant sources.
11500.00
sources.
3. Social-Reduction in 3.1. Reduction % in girl drop-out 0120
girl drop-outs from from Upper Primary School.
Upper Primary
School
4. Economic - 4.1. Person days of employment 0121
Employment generated for construction
generated with PWS activities of PWSS.
schemes while

118The effect of providing safe water in the household on reduction of numbers in case of acute diarrhoeal cases would be visible and measurable in due course of time when scheme starts
reaping its benefit. As of now, the targets are kept Zero and the actual outcome would be reported in due course of time.
119 The effect of providing safe water in the household on drudgery of women folk in carrying water from distant sources would be visible and measurable in due course of time when scheme
starts reaping its benefit. As of now, the targets are kept Zero and the actual outcome would be reported in due course of time.
120The effect of providing safe water in the household on Girl dropout rate reduction would be visible and measurable in due course of time when scheme starts reaping its benefit. As of now,

the targets are kept Zero and the actual outcome would be reported with time.
121As of now, the targets are kept Zero and the actual outcome would be reported by year end 2020-21.

156
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2021-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
construction from The employment generated
planning to through workforce while
commissioning executing / construction
period is to be ascertained for
various sizes of scheme
5. Economic - 5.1. Person days of employment 0122
Employment generated for O&M activities
generated with PWS of PWSS.
schemes – after
commissioning in
operation phase

122As of now, the targets are kept Zero and the actual outcome would be reported by year end 2020-21.

157
Ministry of Labour and Employment Demand No. 63
1. Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995(CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Provision 1.1. Number of beneficiaries Member Pensioners 1,29,915
of 1.2. Disabled 41
pensions 1.3. Widow/ Widower 51,316
1.4. Parents 1,525
7457.00 1.5. Nominee 55
1.6. Children 30,858
1.7. Orphan 733
1.8. Percentage of beneficiaries providing life certificate through digital 80%
AADHAAR based Jeevan Praman Patra.

2. Employment Generation Programs (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. National Career Service (NCS) Centres for SC/STs (erstwhile Coaching and Guidance for SC,ST and Other Backward Classes)
1. Enhance the 1.1. Number of beneficiaries 1,40,000 1. Enhance the 1.1. No. of SC/ST 4,300
employability of provided with vocational employability of SC/ST candidates whose
2646.39
SC/ST job seekers guidance and career job seekers employability has
counselling services been enhanced
1.2. Number of SC/ST Job 11,000
Seekers provided with
typing and shorthand.
1.3. Number of SC/ST 1,300

158
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
candidate provided with
pre recruitment for
Special Coaching
Scheme.
1.4. Number of SC/ST 3,000
candidates provided
Computer Training
Programs
b. National Career Service Centres for Differently Abled (erstwhile Employment Promotion Scheme)
1. Rehabilitation 1.1. Number of PwD 32,000 1. Economic rehabilitation 1.1. Number of PwD 11,500
Services for PWDs candidates provided of PwDs candidates
through VRC consultation for economically
rehabilitation service. rehabilitated.
1.2. No of PwD candidates 31,000
evaluated for assessing
suitability
c. Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Protsahan Yojna123
1. Assigning 1.1. Number of beneficiaries Targets not 1. Incentivizing employers 1.1. Number of Targets
identification to benefitted under PMRPY amenable for employment beneficiaries not
establishments, 1.2. Number of establishments Targets not generation and benefitted under amenable
employees and registered to receive amenable increasing the number of PMRPY
aiding financial benefits under PMRPY jobs
processings 1.3. Number of establishments Targets not
benefitted under PMRPY amenable
d. National Career Service124
1. Providing a digital 1.1. Number of job-seekers Targets not 1. National Career Service: 1.1 Number of jobs Targets
platform for registered amenable National Career Service mobilised not

123
No targets are assigned for this period as the terminal date for registration under PMRPY was 31.03.2019
124
NCS project is not target based. However, output of the project depends on the outreach activities, job fairs NCS, campaign, etc.

159
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
employers and job 1.2. Number of employers Targets not Project envisages a amenable
seekers registered amenable digital portal that
1.3. Number of vacancies Targets not provides a nationwide
mobilized amenable online platform for
1.4. Number of unique hits on Targets not jobseekers and
the website amenable employers for job
1.5. Number of job fairs Targets not matching in a dynamic,
organized amenable efficient and responsive
manner

160
3. Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan Dhan (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator Outcome Indicator
2020-21 2020-21
1. Providing 1.1. Number of subscribers who have joined the 1 1. Inclusive 1.1. Number of 0
Pension scheme this financial year (.in Crore) Social beneficiaries
Service to 1.2. Total Number of subscribers (Cumulative till Target not Security receiving the
unorganized current financial year) amenable125 pension
500.00 workers
2. Efficiency 2.1 Percentage spent on IEC campaigns to spread 5.6% 1. Better 2.1 Percentage of 100%
in provision awareness functioni grievances addressed
of the 2.2 Number of CSCs enrolling beneficiaries for Target not ng of the
125
benefit this scheme amenable scheme

125
Progress as on 31.12.2019 - 39,92,298

161
Ministry of Law & Justice Demand No. 64
Law & Justice
1. Scheme of Infrastructure Facilities for Judiciary (CSS)
FINANCIAL OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
OUTLAY (Rs
in Cr)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets1262020- Outcome Indicators Targets1262020-
21 21
1. Construction of court 1.1. Number of 600 1. Commissioning 1.1. Number of 400
halls Court Halls to / Functioning of Court Halls to
be built Court Halls be
commissioned /
to become
functional

762.00 2. Construction of 2.1. Number of 350 2. Completion of 2.1. Number of 230


residential units for residential units construction of Residential
Judicial Officers of for Judicial Residential Units completed
District and Officers of Units.
Subordinate Courts District and
Subordinate
Courts to be
built

126 Dependency factors : Actual allocation of funds under the Scheme and the implementation of Scheme at the end of State Government /High Courts.

162
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Demand No. 67
1. Prime Minister's Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. To generate employment 1.1 No. of New 72,000 1. Continuous and 1.1 Employment to be 5,76,000
opportunities in rural as well Projects to be sustainable generated by New
as urban areas of the country setup employment Projects(in numbers)
through setting up of new
self-employment ventures /
projects / micro enterprises
2. To provide continuous and 2.1. No. of Existing 1,200 2. Performance of scheme 2.1. Employment to be 9,600
sustainable employment to a Units to be in backward States generated by Up-
2500.00
large segment of traditional upgraded including NER gradation of Existing
and prospective artisans and Units(in numbers)
rural and urban unemployed
youth in the Country.
3. To provide backward & 3.1. Total units/ 73,200 3. Arrest migration of 3.1. Total Employment(in 5,85,600
forward linkages like projects rural youth numbers)
awareness camps, work-
shops, bankers meet, etc.

2. Khadi Gramodyog Vikas Yojana127


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
856.52 a. Khadi Grant

127 Set of outputs mapped to set of outcomes

163
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. GIA-Salaries- To pay the 1.1. No. of Employees As per 1. Implementation of all 1.1. No. of Employees As per
salaries and allowances of requirement the schemes of KVIC requirement
KVIC's Staff and Officers will be facilitated by
this item
2. Pension and T.A & 2.1. No. of As per 2. Implementation of all 2.1. No. of Pensioners As per
Contigency funds -To meet Pensioners requirement the schemes of KVIC requirement
the expenditure on pension will be facilitated by
of the KVIC's Staff and disbursement of
Officers and TA and Pension and T.A. &
contingencies expenses. Contingencies to
3. Swachhta Action Plan- 3.1. Cleanliness drive 1 KVIC’s staff.
Cleanliness drive and for KVIC’s Head
maintenance of KVIC’s Office
Central Office and its Field 3.2. Cleanliness drive 51
Offices for Field Offices
3.3. Cleanliness drive 18
for Multi
Disciplinary
Training Centres
3.4. Cleanliness drive 23
for Departmental
Sales Outlets &
its branches
3.5. Cleanliness drive 5
for Central Sliver
Plants
b. Khadi Vikas Yojana
1. Khadi Incentive- Modified 1.1. No. of Khadi 1,600 1. 20% increase in 1.1 No. of Khadi 1,600
Market Development Institutions to be production over the Institutions to be
Assistance (MMDA)- provided MMDA. next 3 years. Boost in benefitted

164
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Promotion and production would
Development of Khadi result in increase of
through Modified Market artisans wages.
Development Assistance Improvement and
(MMDA) based on Development of
production of Khadi and production
Polyvastra. MMDA is Infrastructure.
provided at 30% of the Renovation and
Prime Cost of Khadi and Modernization of
Polyvastra production and Sales Outlet.
will be distributed amongst
producing Institutions
(20%), selling institutions
(10%), Artisans (40%), and
incentive to Khadi
Institutes (30%).
2. Marketing 2.1. No. of 9 2. Improvement in 2.1. Increase the sales 9
Promotion and International production and sales and global reach
Development of Khadi Exhibitions of Khadi and Khadi of KVI products.
through Export Promotion. related products. (no. of
Increase in wage international
earning of artisans. exhibitions)
2.2. No. of Exports 1 2.2. Promote the sales 1
preparation and of KVI products.
incidentals (No. of Exports
preparation and
incidentals)
2.3. No. of Khadi 4 3. Working 3.1. No. of Group 360
India Sales environment which Artisans to be
Outlets in Dubai, leads to better benefitted.

165
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Japan, Germany productivity. Increase
and Texas in No. of Artisans
provided financial Better environment
support will attract more
2.4. No. of Export 4 customers. 3.2. No. of Individual 1,426
Workshop Increase in Sales and Artisans to be
Turnover. benefitted.
2.5. No. of National 2 4. Better work due to 4.1. No. of Khadi 50
Level Exhibitions better infrastructure Institutions to be
environment for strengthened.
Khadi artisans.
2.6. No. of Special 40 5. Sales would be 5.1. No. of Sales 80
Level Exhibitions boosted. Outlets to be
renovated.
2.7. No. of State 32 6. Khadi activities to be 6.1. No. of Meetings. 4
Level Exhibitions developed.
2.8. No. of IITF 1 7. To improve Social 7.1. No. of artisans 3,00,000
Security to Khadi will be covered
artisans, and also
attract more artisans
towards Khadi.
2.9. No. of Sales 3 8. Reduce the interest 8.1. No. of Khadi As per
Outlets to be liability on Khadi & Institutions to be requirement
opened at V.I. implementing benefitted
Airports Institutions
3. Work-shed scheme for 3.1. No. of Group 25 9. Parliamentary 9.1. Parliamentary As per
Khadi Artisans work-shed Committee Meetings, Committee requirement
To provide work-sheds to National Khadi and Meetings,
Khadi artisans on a Village Industries National Khadi
selective basis leading to Board Meetings, and and Village

166
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
increase in productivity other Survey & Industries Board
and better livelihood under Studies of KVI Meetings, etc.
Work-shed Scheme for Schemes, etc. Survey & Studies
Khadi Artisans. of KVI Schemes,
etc.
3.2. No. of Individual 1,426 10. Trained artisans will 10.1. No. of artisans 12,000
work-shed be Provided with trained and
NMCs, Looms, capable of
Warping Units etc., employment.
to generate
employment through
50 Khadi Institutions
4. Strengthening of 4.1. No. of Revival of 50 11. Objectives of 11.1. No. of sample 3,000
Infrastructure of Weak weak Khadi Guarantee, testings for
Khadi Institutions Institutions. genuineness of Khadi ascertaining
To provide new Charkhas and Khadi products genuineness of
and Looms to selected produced in India Khadi produced /
Khadi Institutions which will be achieved - sold by Khadi
have become financially "Hand Spun, Hand Mark users
weak over the years, but Woven and Natural
have the potential to Fiber". Establish a
rebound. unique identity for
5. Marketing Assistance for 5.1. No. of selected 80 Khadi Improved 11.2. No. of Visits to 1,500
Renovation Sales Sales Outlets to be customer awareness Khadi Institutions
Outlets-To renovate renovated. Increase popularity
selected Sales Outlets of of Khadi.
the Khadi Institutions and
assistance for marketing
infrastructure.
6. Promotional Grant-To 6.1. Engaging 4 11.3. No. of Process 150

167
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
establish linkages at Consultancy Verification of
different levels. Services, Fashion New Khadi
Show, Institutions
Advertisement in
Metro, Quarterly
Khadi Mark and
Certification &
Review Meetings,
Training for Data
Entry Operators,
Seminar / Work-
shop / Khadi
Sammelan,
AWFT
Establishment
Grant, Pilot
Projects,
Distribution of
Charkhas, Looms
& other
Machineries,
Legal Fee, etc.,
7. Insurance- PMJJBY / 7.1. No. of Khadi 3,00,000 12. Reduce interest 12.1. No. of Khadi 1,250
PMSBY / Modified AABY artisans to be liability of Khadi Institutions to
Convergence of Khadi covered. Institutions. avail Bank
Artisans Insurance Scheme Sustainability of finance.
(PMJJBY / PMSBY and Khadi Institutions
Modified AABY, a Group will lead to sustained
Insurance Scheme for employment of the
Khadi Artisans. Premium is Artisans.

168
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
shared between LIC, This will lead to
General Insurance Co., higher Khadi
KVIC, Khadi Institutions, production.
Artisans and Govt. of
India.
8. Other Khadi Grant Misc.- 8.1. No. of Khadi As per 13. MDTCs will be 13.1. No. of Multi
Interest Subsidy (Book Institutions will requirement strengthened. Disciplinary 8
Adjustment) be benefitted Training Centres
To provide subsidy in lieu to be
of interest on loans strengthened.
provided by Government.
9. Surveys & Study (EcR) 9.1. Parliamentary As per 14. Skill on charkhas & 14.1. No. of Khadi 3,600
For Parliamentary Committee requirement looms and financial artisans to be
Committee Meetings, Meetings, acumen. provided Skill
National Khadi and V.I. National Khadi Development
Board Meetings, and other and Village training.
Survey & Studies of KVI Industries Board
Schemes, etc. Meetings, etc.
9.2. Survey & Studies As per 15. To increase 15.1. No. of Research As per
of KVI Schemes, requirement productivity, ensure & Development requirement
etc. better quality, better Projects, ISO
design and fetc Certification to
higher value addition be sanctioned
for Khadi products,
etc.

10. Production Infrastructure 10.1. Target for 12,000


giving training to
(a) Rozgar Yukta Gaon artisans for
To provide employment making them

169
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
through Khadi activities at capable for
the doorstep of artisans on employment.
PPP model. 10.2. No. of sample
b) Khadi Quality Assurance testings for 3,000
To assure quality products ascertaining
and to enhance genuineness of
standardization of quality Khadi produced /
and in compliance of the sold by Khadi
Khadi Mark Regulations, Mark users to be
2013. tested

10.3. No. of Khadi Targets not


Institutions to be amenable
visited
10.4. No. of Process Targets not
Verification of amenable
New Khadi
Institutions to be
done
11. Interest Subsidy 11.1. No. of Khadi 1,250
Eligibility Certificate Institutions (KIs)
(ISEC) for Khadi & expected to avail
Polyvastra Bank finance.
To provide subsidy on bank
loans to Khadi Institutions
at subsidized interest rate
of 4% to enable Khadi
Institutions to meet their
working capital needs.
12. Capacity Building 12.1. No. of Multi

170
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
To conduct field level Disciplinary 8
capacity building Training Centres
programmes for Khadi to be
Institutions and artisans so strengthened.
as to provide technical 12.2. No. of Khadi 3,600
guidance, training and artisans to be
skilling on charkhas and trained.
looms and also financial
acumen.
13. Research and 13.1. No. of Research As per
Development, & Development requirement
(S&T)Technology up- Projects, Design
gradation in implements & House, ISO
tools and various processes Certification to be
involved would be sanctioned
conducted.
c. Gramodyog Vikas Yojana
1. Promotion and 1.1 No. of ABFPI 2,900 1. Training will 1.1 No. of ABFPI 2,900
development of the Village Artisans to be generate Artisans to be
Industry through Common Trained employment for the Trained
Facilities, Technological 1.2 No. of Bee boxes 96,000 unemployed youth. 2.1. No. of Bee Boxes 96,000
Modernization, Training, with Bee with Bee Colonies
etc., and other support and Colonies to be 2. Employment will be to be Distributed
services for promotion of Distributed generated and
Village Industries. 1.3 No. of 9,600 enhance in the 2.2. No. of 9,600
Beneficiaries to productivity and Beneficiaries will
be given Bee wages of the be Benefited by
boxes and other traditional artisans. providing Bee
Tools & boxes and other
Equipments Tools &

171
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
along-with Equipments
Training along-with
Training
1.4 No. of Mineral 24,100 2.3. No. of Mineral 24,100
Based Industries Based Industries
(Pottery) Artisans (Pottery) Artisans
to be trained and to be Trained and
Tool Kits to be Tool Kits to be
distributed distributed
1.5 No. of Leather 11,760 2.4. No. of Leather 11,760
Artisans to be Artisans will be
Trained and Trained and
advanced Tool advanced Tool
Kits to be Kits to be
distributed distributed
1.6 No. of Wellness 400 2.5. No. of Wellness 400
& Cosmetics & Cosmetics
Artisans to be Artisans to be
Trained Trained
1.7 No. of Hand 840 2.6. No. of Hand 840
Made Paper Made Paper
Industry Artisans Industry Artisans
to be Trained to be Trained
1.8 No. of RENTI 575 2.7. No. of RENTI 575
Artisans to be Artisans to be
Trained Trained
2. Capacity Building: To 2.1. No. of Artisans, 84400 3. Skill Development 3.1. No. of Artisans, 84400
conduct field level Skill Employees to be Training will be Employees to be
Development Training trained for Skill provided trained for Skill
Programme through Development. Development.

172
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Training Centres and
artisans so as to provide
technical guidance
3. Publicity Propaganda: 3.1. Publicity of KVI As per 4. Publicity propaganda 4.1. Publicity of KVI As per
Publicity of KVI activities / programmes / requirement through print media, programmes / requirement
programmes to be made products, etc. electronic media, products, etc.
through print media, hoardings, et., will be
electronic media, made
hoardings, etc.
4. Information Technology: 4.1. IT services, As per 5. IT services, 5.1. IT related As per
IT services, development development of requirement development of services to be requirement
of programmes, purchase programmes, programmes, purchse provided
of hardwares & softwares, purchse of of hardwares &
etc. hardwares & softwares, etc., will
softwares, etc., to be provided
be provided.
5. Research and 5.1. No. of Research As per 6. To increase 6.1. No. of Research As per
Development (S&T): & Development requirement productivity, ensure & Development requirement
Technology up-gradation Projects, ISO better quality, better Projects, ISO
in implements, tools and Certification to be design and fetching Certification to be
various processes involved sanctioned. higher value addition sanctioned
would be conducted. to Village Industries
products.
6. Other & Miscellaneous 6.1. Commission As per 7. Meetings and 7.1. Meetings and As per
Commission Meetings, Meetings, Other requirement obligatory essential obligatory requirement
Other Meetings, Fees for Meetings, Fees activities, etc. essential
Audit, Legal, Consultant, for Audit, Legal, activities, etc.
GST, etc., Estate & Consultant, GST,
Services, Awareness etc., Estate &
Camps, Work-shops, etc. Services,

173
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Awareness
Camps, Work-
shops, etc.

3. Credit Linked Capital Subsidy (CLCS)(CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs In Cr)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators 2020-
2020-21
21
1. Facilitate the MSEs 1.1. No. of MSEs benefitted. 8,900 1. Adoption of 1.1. Improvement in productivity 8,900
by providing capital upgraded and product Quality. (No. of
subsidy for technology. MSEs benefitted)
technology
653.91
upgradation to help 2. Increase turn over. 2.1. Improvement in sales
them flourish and turnover of beneficiary units.
inculcate self- (No. of MSEs benefitted)
sustainability.

174
Ministry of Minority Affairs Demand No.69
1. Education Empowerment (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21

a. Pre-Matric Scholarship for Minorities


1. Scholarship 1.1. Number of students 30,00,000 1. Coverage of 1.1. Percentage of students Target not
provided to awarded for scholarship scholarships awarded scholarships amenable
eligible Minority (fresh students) among eligible (number of
students population scholarships
awarded/total eligible
population)
2. Scholarship given 2.1. Number of scholarships 9,00,000 2. Coverage of 2.1. Percentage of girl Target not
to girl students awarded for girl students scholarships students awarded amenable
(Fresh scholarship) among eligible scholarships (number
2530.00 3. Aadhaar Enabled 3.1. Aadhaar Enabled 15128 female of scholarships
Payments Payments (in lakh population awarded/total eligible
scholarship) population)
b. Post-Matric Scholarship for Minorities
1. Scholarship 1.1. Number of students 5,00,000 1. Coverage of 1.1. Percentage of students Target not
provided to awarded for scholarship scholarships awarded scholarships amenable
eligible Minority (Fresh Students) among eligible (number of
students population scholarships
awarded/total eligible
population)
2. Scholarship given 2.1. Number of scholarships 1,50,000 2. Coverage of 2.1. Percentage of girl Target not
to girl students awarded for girl students scholarships students awarded amenable

128Data on this indicator is not available. A system will have to be put in place to track and monitor the progress

175
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21
(Fresh Scholarships) among eligible
scholarships (number
female
of scholarships
population
awarded/total eligible
population)
3. Aadhar Enabled 3.1. Aadhaar Enabled 2.50 128 3. Continuity of 3.1. Percentage of awarded Target not
Payments Payments (in lakh education students enrolling in amenable128
scholarships) Higher Education
Institutes
c. Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for professional and technical courses (undergraduate and post-graduate)
1. Scholarship 1.1. Number of students 60,000 1. Coverage of 1.1. Percentage of students Target not
provided to awarded scholarships awarded scholarships amenable
eligible Minority scholarships(Fresh among eligible (number of
students scholarships) population scholarships
awarded/total eligible
population)
2. Scholarship given 2.1. Number of scholarships 18,000 2. Coverage of 2.1. Percentage of girl Target not
to girl students awarded to girl students scholarships students awarded amenable
(Fresh scholarships) among eligible scholarships (number
129
3. Aadhar Enabled 3.1. Aadhaar Enabled 48,000 female of scholarships
Payments Payments (in no. of fresh population awarded/total eligible
scholarships) population)
d. Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students
1. Total online 1.1. Number of total 2,500 1. Total students 1.1. Total students Target not
applications application received by the completing completing M.Phil. / amenable
UGC M.Phil. / Ph.D. Ph.D. course
1.2. Number of application 750 course
received from girl students

129Data on this indicator is not available. A system will have to be put in place to track and monitor the progress (Assumed @ 80% of total)

176
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21
by the UGC
1.3. Number of application 50
received from differently
abled students by the UGC
1.4. Number of Aadhaar 2,500
seeded applications
received
2. Total applications 2.1. Number of total 1,000 2. Total girls 2.1. Total girls students Target not
approved applications approved students completing M.Phil / amenable
2.2. Number of applications 300 completing Ph.D. course
approved for girl students M.Phil / Ph.D.
course
2.3. Number of applications 30 3. Total differently 3.1. Total differently abled Target not
approved for differently abled students students completing amenable
abled students completing M.Phil / Ph.D. course
3. Percentage 3.1. Percentage of applications 30% M.Phil / Ph.D.
coverage of girl received from girl students course
students
4. Percentage 4.1. Percentage of applications 3%
coverage of received from differently
differently abled abled students
student
e. Free Coaching and allied schemes for Minorities
1. Students to be 1.1. Total number of students 9,000 1. Success rate of 1.1. Success rate of 20%
coached to be coached for Non students coached students coached for
Residential courses (20% in case of technical/professional
1.2. Total number of students 3,000 technical/professi courses under non-
to be coached for onal courses and residential coaching
Residential courses 15% for Group programme.
2. Girl students to 2.1. Total number of girls 3,000 A, B & C Exams, (Minimum success

177
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21
be coached @ students to be coached for and 30% for rate of of total
30% Non Residential courses residential students )
2.2. Total number of girls 1,000 coaching under
students to be coached for new component, 1.2. Success rate of 10%
Residential courses out of which at students for Civil
least 5% may Service Exams (Pre)
qualify for out of total students
admission in coached.
Govt. Colleges/ 1.3. Success rate of 15%
Institutions or students for Other
Govt. seats in Group A services out
reputed private of total students
colleges/institutio coached
ns. (Minimum success
rate of)
1.4. Success rate of 15%
students for Group B
& C Services out of
total students coached
(Minimum success
rate of)
1.5. Success rate of total 30%
students coached
under residential
program under new
component. Out of
total qualifying
students for Engg./
Medical Entrance
exams at least 5% may

178
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21
qualify for admission
in Govt. Colleges or
Govt. seats in reputed
private
colleges/institutions.
(Minimum success
rate of)
f. Interest Subsidy on Educational loans for Overseas Studies
1. Total applications 1.1. Number of fresh 2,000 1. Total students 1.1. Total students passing Target not
application received passing the the course overseas amenable128
1.2. Number of applications 1,100 course overseas
received for renewal
1.3. Number of fresh 400
application approved
2. Applications 2.1. Number of fresh 700 2. Total girl 2.1. Total girl students Target not
from girls’ applications received from students passing passing the course amenable128
students girl students the course overseas
2.2. Number of applications 385 overseas
received for renewal from
girl students
2.3. Number of applications 140
approved for girl students
g. Support for students clearing Prelims conducted by UPSC, SSC, State Public Service Commission etc.
1. Candidates 1.1. Total number of 300 1. Selection of 1.1. Percentage of 100%
clearing candidates to be provided minority candidates finally
preliminary financial assistance for candidates in selected in UPSC/SSC
exams, to be UPSC UPSC/SSC ( (CGL & CAPF)
provided 1.2. Total number of 2,000 CGL & CAPF) /SPSCs exams,
financial candidates to be provided /SPSCs exams supported under the
assistance financial assistance for scheme.

179
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets 2020- Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
21 2020-21
State PSCs
1.3. Total number of 2,000
candidates to be provided
financial assistance for
SSC(CGL& CAPF)
1.4. Total number of 800
candidates to be provided
financial assistance for
State PSC (Non-Gazetted)

2. Skill Development and Livelihoods (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Skill Development Initiatives
1. Funds are provided to 1.1. Assured wage/Self- 1,43,000 1. Minority youths 1.1. Assured wage/Self- 90,000
Project Implementing employment for at least to trained and get employment to trained
Agencies (PIAs) for 75% of the trained employment beneficiaries
training in modern as beneficiaries (minority
well as traditional youths)
trades 1.2. Training Partners (TPs) / 233 1.2. Tracking of trained youth 48,000
602.00
Training Centres (TCs) still employed after 12
having SMART months
Accredited and
Affiliated through
SMART portal of
National Skill
Development

180
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Corporation (NSDC)
selected
b. Nai Manzil - the Integrated Educational and Livelihood Initiative
1. Non-residential 1.1. Number of beneficiaries Target not 1. Coverage of the 1.1. Percentage of 70 %
programme of 9-12 provided education amenable scheme in terms beneficiaries whose
months duration 1.2. Number of beneficiaries 22,605130 of livelihood livelihood is enhanced
involving a Basic provided skill training enhanced out of total eligible
Bridge Programme population
(For Class VIII or
Class X) for their
education
2. Placement & post 2.1. Number of beneficiaries 21,098131
placement support facilitated with
provided to eligible placement
youth
c. Upgrading Skills and Training in Traditional Arts/Crafts for Development (USTTAD)
1. Funds are provided to 1.1. Preservation of 4,620 1.Minority youths 1.1.Percentage of trained 100%
Project Implementing traditional arts/crafts trained in traditional youth getting employed
Agencies (PIAs) for through documentation, trades and formation
training of trainees in designed intervention, of SHGs for self-
traditional trades product range employment
development, training;
setting of standard
2. Organizing 2.1. Number of HunarHaats 10
HunarHaats organized
d. Scheme for Leadership Development of Minority Women
1. Grants-in Aid to the 1.1. Number of the Minority 50,000 1. Empowerment of 1.1. Number of minority 50,000

130 Assessment & certification of 75 Percent of 30,140 skill trainees


131 Beneficiaries are 70% of 30,140

181
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
selected organization women getting minority women women getting
to perform training awareness with the and making them economically empowered
programme for leadership training self-confident and and confident, including
leadership programme and getting reducing their neighbours from
development through successful in spreading dependence on other communities living
various Modules the knowledge in their males in the same
designed by the community village/locality, by
Ministry and economic 1.2. Number of Minority 100 providing knowledge,
empowerment of women getting tools and techniques for
Minority women economically interacting with
(including specially empowered Government systems,
abled) & up to 25 %of 1.3. Number of Minority 100 banks and other
Non-minority Women women getting self- institutions at all levels
employed
1.4. Number of Specially 4
abled Minority Women
getting economically
empowered
e. Grants in aid to State Channelizing Agencies (SCAs) for implementation of NMFDC Programmes
1. Strengthening the 1.1. Amount disbursed for 2 1. Provision of 1.1. Total number of SCAs 20
infrastructure of SCAs purchase furniture, support to SCAs covered out of total SCA
computers and its
accessories, stationary
and other office
equipment (in Rs. Crore)
1.2. Number of persons 20
engaged on outsourced
basis / contract basis for
carrying various
activities like data entry,

182
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
screening of applications
etc. at SCA
2. To generate awareness 2.1. Number of awareness 50
of NMDFC camps and loan melas
organized
f. Equity contribution to National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (NMDFC)
1. Concessional loan 1.1. Creation of online Target not 1. To educationally 1.1. Number of beneficiaries 2,750
provided to eligible software for sourcing amenable empower availing educational loan
candidates applications Minorities by facilities who have
1.2. Number of applications 1,55,000 providing them completed the courses
received for loans for educational loan enrolled in
Minorities - Term loans / assistance
Education loans / Micro
Finance loans
1.3. Number of Minorities 1,41,567
beneficiaries getting
loans - Term loans /
Education loans / Micro
Finance loans
1.4. Amounts of money 620
disbursed for loans to
Minorities - Term loans /
Education loans / Micro
Finance loans (in Rs.
Crore)
2. Recovery of loans 2.1. Percentage recovery rate 91%
disbursed for disbursed loans -
Term loans / Education
loans / Micro Finance
loans

183
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. Lead time from 3.1. Number of applications 5
application to processed within 3
disbursal months

3. Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakaram (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Approval of 1.1 The Number of projects taken 520 1. To improve the 1.1 Improved access to 80%
projects up in identified Minority (min.) socio- education, health, basic (min.)133
submitted by Concentration Areas under economic and amenities such as drinking
States/UTs PMJVK. basic amenities water, sanitation etc. To
under in MCAs by provide infrastructure such
PMJVK132 creating as Skill Centres, Hunar
infrastructure Hubs, ITIs Polytechnics,
for education, Working Women Hostels,
1600.00
health, skill, Common Service Centres
sanitation , etc., so as to reduce
drinking water, backwardness parameters
women in identified MCAs.
2. Building 2.1. The number of Degree 15 empowerment 1.2 Increase in the number of 15
infrastructure colleges taken up in identified etc. Degree colleges.
like Schools, MCAs under PMJVK.
Residential 2.2. The number of New 100 1.3 Increase in the number of 100

132
in atleast 40 % of the identified 1300 Minority Concentration Areas including 109 Minority Concentration District HQs/870 Blocks/321 towns across the country.
133
Projects in Education, Health & Skill Sectors

184
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Schools Schools/up-gradation/ new Student Hostels, New
Hostels, block of ACRs taken up in Schools/up-gradation/New
Colleges, identified MCAs under Blocks of ACRs.
ITIs, PMJVK
Polytechnics, 2.3. The number of Student 60
Skill Centres, Hostels taken up in identified
Hunar Hubs, MCAs under PMJVK
Sadbhav 2.4. The number of Health projects 150 1.4 Increase in the number of 150
Mandaps, taken up in identified MCAs Health projects
Common under PMJVK
Service 2.5. The number of Residential 20 1.5 Increase in the number of 20
Centres , schools identified MCAs Residential Schools
Toilets, under PMJVK
Drinking 2.6. The number of ITIs taken up 10 1.6 Increase in the number of 10
Water etc. in identified MCAs under ITIs
PMJVK
2.7. The number of Polytechnics 10 1.7 Increase in the number of 10
taken up in identified MCAs Polytechnics
under PMJVK
2.8. The number of Working 10 1.8 Increase in the number of 10
Women Hostels taken up in Working Women Hostels
identified MCAs under
PMJVK
2.9. The number of Common 100 1.9 Increase in the number of 100
Service Centres taken up in Common Service Centres
identified MCAs under
PMJVK

185
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. Geo-tagging 3.1. Number of assets geo-tagged 4000 1.10 Improvement in Target not
of asset Literacy rate -overall & amenable134
created female
1.11 Improvement in Work Target not
participation rate - overall amenable135
& female

134Improvement in socio-economic of the minority communities living in the MCAs, as well as improvement in the basis amenities
135Improvement in socio-economic of the minority communities living in the MCAs, as well as improvement in the basis amenities

186
Ministry of New & Renewable Energy Demand No. 70

1. Wind Power - Grid Interactive Renewable Power (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(RS. IN CR.)
Target Target
2020-21 Outputs Indicators Outputs Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Commissioning of wind 1.1. Generation Capacity 3000 1. Electricity Generation 1.1 Generation 70
1299.35 power generation capacity commissioned in wind from Wind energy in BU
power (MW) projects

2. Solar Power– Grid Interactive Renewable Power (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(RS. IN CR.)
Target Target
2020-21 Outputs Indicators Outputs Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Commissioning of solar 1.1 Generation Capacity 9000 1. Electricity Generation 1.1. Generation in 52
136 power (Ground mounted/ commissioned in solar from Solar Power BU
2449.65
Rooftop) generation capacity power (MW)
in the country

136 Includes Rs.300 Crore under PM-KUSUM Scheme

187
3. Solar Power – Off-Grid/Distributed and Decentralized Renewable Power (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(RS. IN CR.)
Target Target
2020-21 Outputs Indicators Outputs Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Installation of 1.1. Capacity 1,200 1. Installation 1.1. No. of solar street Lights Installed 3,00,000
Off-grid and Commissioned in Off- of off-grid
decentralized grid & Decentralized and 1.2. No. of Solar Pumps Installed 1,00,000
solar power Solar Power (MW eq) decentralize 1.3. Capacity of Off-grid Solar Power 10
generation d solar Packs Installed (MW)
1066.14137 capacity. power 1.4. No. of Solar Study Lamps Distributed 15,00,000
generation
1.5. No. of Agricultural Pumps solarized 25,000
1.6. Capacity of Grid Connected Solar 500
Power Plants upto 2MW (MW)

137 Includes Rs.700 Crore under PM-KUSUM Scheme

188
Ministry of Panchayati Raj Demand No. 71
1. Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyaan (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Capacity Building 1.1. No. of Capacity Building 40 1. Ensure that all 1.1. Number of 25
and Training of programmes organized for Elected participants
Panchayat training of ERs &Panchayat Representatives successfully
functionaries functionaries (in lakhs) (ERs) as well as completing capacity
functionaries of building and training
Panchayats have (in lakhs)
1.2. No. of training held on appropriate 1.2. Domain Areas of
Panchayat processes, GPDP knowledge and skills Trainings conducted
and subjects of national to discharge their and number of
Importance such as Gender, function Elected
Sanitation, Health, IT etc. Representatives and
functionaries trained
in domain areas
857.53 1.3. % of ERs and Panchayat 100% 1.3. 60-70% of the target
functionaries trained of the sanctioned
total identified
2. Enhanced 2.1. No. of Exposure visits 0.15 2. Elected 2.1 No. of Elected 0.080
capacity and conducted to Panchayats Representatives and Representatives and
technical with best practices ( in lakhs) Functionaries Functionaries who
knowledge of participated in participated in
functioning of Exposure visits. Exposure visit ( in
PRI system lakhs)
3. Strengthening GP 3.1. No. of GP Building supported 100 3. GP infrastructure for 3.1. Number of Panchayat 500
infrastructure in (Construction and repair) in delivery of services Bhawan
States Panchayat by Panchayat construction
and functional
(carryover of

189
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
previous and new
construction)
4. Strengthening 4.1. No of SPRCs and DPRCs 30 4. Strengthening 4.1. No of SPRCs and 30
Institutional supported with Manpower Institutional DPRCs functional
Infrastructure for (State/UTS) Infrastructure for with quality
Training of State 4.2. No of SPRCs and DPRCs 300 Training of State standards
Panchayat supported with Manpower Panchayat Resource in infrastructure,
Resource Centers (District Level) Centers and District human Resources and
and District Panchayat Resource training Facilitates
Panchayat Centers
Resource Centers
5. Model Panchayat 5.1. Number of peer Learning 50 5. Creating models of 5.1. No. of Peer learning 30
development for Centers developed best practices in centers across the
Best practices Panchayats Country
functioning as
immersion sites for
Capacity building of
PRIs
6. Technical and 6.1. No. of states supported to 32 6. Making Panchayats 6.1. Increment in no of 4(28
technology driven make panchayats e-enabled e-enabled states where States
support to developed Panchayats have are
Panchayats for e- adopted PES or State already
enablement specific Applications on
board)
7. GPDPs prepared 7.1. No. of GPDPs prepared(in 2.48 7. Utilization of 7.1. No. GDPs uploaded 2.45
in participatory lakhs) available resources on Plan Plus (in
and inclusive more effectively to lakhs)
manner achieve well-defined
objectives

190
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas Demand No. 75
1. LPG Subsidy: Direct Benefit Transfer (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Additional CTC 1.1. Number of Cash Transfer 0.72 1. Receipt of DBT 1.1. Total no. of LPG (DBT) 26.79
Compliant compliant beneficiaries directly into the beneficiaries (in crores)
beneficiaries added (in crore) accounts of all 1.2. Total amount of cash 22,000
current and new paid through DBT (in
35605.00 domestic LPG Rs. Crores)
users.
2. Speedier transfer of 1.2. Average time taken for 40 2. Savings in the 2.1. % reduction in total LPG Targets not
benefits DBT (in no. of hours) cooking fuel subsidy bill the amenable138
subsidy bill exchequer

2. Kerosene Subsidy-Under recovery (other Subsidy Payable) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets 2020-21 Outcome Indicators Targets 2020-21
1. Funding under 1.1. Difference (average) Targets not 1. Coverage 1.1. Change in subsidy Targets not
recoveries due to in per unit cost price amenable of amount for coverage amenable139
inadequate price and realized price of kerosene of under-recoveries of
3176.00
realization oil marketing under- kerosene (in crore)
companies (OMCs) recoveries 1.2. Reduction in Targets not
allocation of kerosene amenable140

138 Saving is not planned.


139
Kerosene price is determined on the basis of import parity price and the price is determined on monthly basis. Hence, there is fluctuation in the product price. Price fluctuations make it
difficult to provide normative targets.

191
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
2020-21 Output Indicators Targets 2020-21 Outcome Indicators Targets 2020-21
to State/UTs (volume)
1.3. Number of Targets not
States/UTs which are amenable
Kerosene free

3. Phulpur Dhamra Haldia Pipeline Project (CS)141


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction of 1.1. Total length of JHBDPL laid 600 1. Increased 1.1. Domestic and Industrial 16
gas trunk (in KM) availability of supply potential created
pipelines to clean and eco- (MMSCMD)
increase the 1.2. % of physical progress of 80 friendly fuel and 1.2. No of Households with 20,000
728.03 area of eastern JHBDPL Phase-2: Section-2A its socio- new PNG Connection.
part of the 1.3. % of physical progress of 85 economic 1.3. No. of Fertilizer plants to 3
country JHBDPL Phase-2: Section-2B benefits be revived based on gas
connected with 1.4. % of physical progress of 85 supply through JHBDPL.
National Gas JHBDPL Phase-2: Section-3A

140
MoP&NG makes allocation of PDS Kerosene to State/UTs on quarterly basis for the purpose of cooking and lighting only. The rationalization of PDS Kerosene to States/UTs is being
considered keeping in view the factors like enhancement of LPG/PNG penetration, increase in electricity coverage, voluntarily surrendered PDS Kerosene quota by the States/UTs etc.
States/UTs of Haryana, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Chandigarh, Daman & Diu, Dadar & Nagar Haveli, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Island have become ‘Kerosene Free’.
141
Section-2A :Dhamra-Angul Pipeline section of JHBDPL
Section-2B :Dobhi –Durgapur Pipeline section of JHBDPL
Section-3A :Bokaro-Angul Pipeline section of JHBDPL
Section-3B : Durgapur- Haldia Pipeline section of JHBDPL
BGPL : Baruani –Guwahati Pipeline section of JHBDPL
Indicator 1.1 – Domestic and industrial supply potential of 16 MMSCMD will be created in sync with completion of different pipeline sections
Indicator 1.3 – Pipeline section for providing gas supply to HFC Barauni& FCI Gorakhpur has been completed.

192
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
Grid 1.5. % of physical progress of 60
JHBDPL Phase-2: Section-3B
1.6. % of physical progress of 60
JHBDPL Phase-2: BGPL Section
1.7. No. of Geographical Areas (GAs) 4
covered by gas supply for CGD
networks

4. LPG Subsidy : LPG connection to Poor Households (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased 1.1. % of BPL HHs covered Targets 1. Increased 1.1. No. of BPLHHs that were Targets
penetration of LPG through deposit free LPG not use of given deposit free LPG not
connections among connections under the amenable clean connections under the scheme amenable
the BPL HHS scheme. cooking and are using the connection
fuel i.e. regularly (regularity can be
LPG defined as regular re-fills since
last 6 months
1118.00 1.2. Estimated reduction in Targets
emissions due to shift from not
unclean sources to LPG which amenable
is cleaner energy source.
2. Deposit Free LPG 2.1. No. of BPL HHs given Targets 2. Reduced 2.1 Average number of person Targets
connections to deposit free LPG not drudgery days per month in BPL HHs not
BPL HHs connections under the amenable. for women spent by women collecting amenable
scheme. firewood.

193
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
3. Improved 3.1 Number of wage-days lost due Targets
health of to smoke/lung infection not
women & related diseases among BPL amenable
children in HH women.
BPL
Household
s.

5. Payment to Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserve Ltd. (ISPRL) for Crude Oil Reserves (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY
OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In
Crore.)
Target
2020-21 Output Indicator Target 2020-21 Outcome Indicator
2020-21
1. Four caverns of 1.1. Volume of crude oil to be Target not fixed. 1. Increase 1.1 Total strategic Target not
0.625 MMT each in purchased in reserves in terms amenable
142
Padur to be filled strategic of number. of
(2.5 MMT) reserve days equivalent
coverage of oil imports
690.00 created
incrementally
2. Explore private 2.1. Status of the engagement Agreement to be signed 2. Increase 2.1. Number of days Target not
participation of of ISPRL with ADNOC with Aramco. in of strategic amenable
143
international oil (Phase I) strategic reserve coverage
Companies to invest reserve added due to

142
Land acquisition and other necessary approvals have been sought and are expected soon. RFQ will be floated after PPPAC finalize the model.
143
Draft Cabinet Note is under consideration of PMO for commercialization of entire Phase – I.

194
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY
OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In
Crore.)
Target
2020-21 Output Indicator Target 2020-21 Outcome Indicator
2020-21
as per ADNOC coverage ISPRL-ADNOC
model. due to engagement.
(commercialisation ISPRL-
of a certain ADNOC
percentage of engagem
storage in lieu of ent
filling up the
cavern at own cost)

195
Ministry of Power Demand No. 77
1. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna (DDUGJY) (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Feeder separation of 1.1. HT line Feeder Separation 1,00,000 1. Reduction in 1.1. Annual average Targets not
agriculture and including new 11 KV lines AT&C losses in AT&C losses in amenable144
domestic power (in Circuit Kms) rural areas rural areas (in %)
supply
2. Strengthening and 2.1. No. of sub-stations 150 2. Improved power 2.1. Annual average Targets not
augmentation of sub- commissioned (New & reliability in rural monthly outage amenable145
transmission and Augmentation) areas hours on
4500
distribution 2.2. No. of distribution 1,00,000 monitored rural
infrastructure in rural transformers commissioned feeders (in
areas including 2.3. Total number of monitored 2,000 hours/month)
metering and (online) rural feeders
monitoring of rural (cumulative)
feeders/ DTs/
Consumers

2. Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
5300 1. End-to-end metering 1.1. Total number of 11 kV feeders 5,000 1. Improved 1.1. Annual average monthly 4:25

144
In absence of measurement, targets can't be set for FY 2020-21
145
No ring-fencing and baselining done for rural areas under scheme for computation of Power reliability in rural areas. In absence of measurement, targets can't be set for FY 2020-21

196
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
solutions in urban and Distribution Transformer (in power outage hours on
areas, improved sub- urban areas) covered with meter reliability monitored urban feeders
transmission and installation in urban (in hours/month)
distribution 1.2. Consumer meters installation (in 20,00,000 areas145
infrastructure numbers)
1.3. HT line added (in Circuit Km) 2000

1.4. Distribution Transformer 200


capacity addition (MVA)
2. Award of IPDS 2.1. Completion of IPDS circles – 515
projects & under IT phase 2 (cumulative)
completion of
projects146
3. Go live of towns 3.1. Number of go live towns 900 2. Reduction 2.1. Increase in number of 2
(cumulative) in AT&C towns where AT&C loss
losses147 improved w.r.t. base
4. RAPDRP Monitoring 4.1. Additional number of feeders 600 level (%)
of energy data monitoring through National
through National Power Portal
Power portal.

146
The parameters are monitored on NPP by CEA/NIC
147
Base as on 31st March, 20 shall be 67.4% (i.e. 62.4+5) towns where AT&C losses reduced w.r.t. baseline

197
3. Strengthening of Power Systems (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
a. Strengthening of Transmission System in the States of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim
1. Awarding of 1.1. No of packages 7148 1. Improved power 1.1. Increase in power 599
packages and awarded transmission capacity transmission in the region
their 1.2. Percentage progress 70 in the region (in MVA)
implementation on the packages
awarded
b. Power System Improvement in North Eastern States excluding Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim - NERSIP
1. Awarding of 1.1. Percentage progress 65149 1. Improved Power 1.1. Increase in power 1375
packages and on the packages transmission capacity transmission in the region
their awarded in the region (in MVA)
implementation
1843 c. Smart Grid
1. Smart Grid 1.1. Assessment of 10 1. Learning from pilot 1.1. Total number of workshops 4
Readiness - Self utilities (numbers) projects (Awareness conducted
Assessment Tool and adoption of Smart
Grids) and knowledge
dissemination
2. Award of Smart 2.1. Letter of Award 3 2. Trained professionals 2.1. No. of training programs 10
Grid projects (number of projects) in Smart Grid
deployment
3. Deployment of Smart 3.1. No. of projects deployed 2
Meters in field
d. Green Energy Corridor (GEC)

148 Out of the total sanctioned packages of 36, all of them have been awarded. However, there is a proposal for RCE on the scheme and additional 7 packages are envisaged in the RCE. RCE is
at advanced stage of approval
149 cumulative percentage progress as per sanctioned cost

198
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Construction of 1.1. Number of REMC 3 151 1. Improved 1.1. Units of RE exported into Targets
Green Energy centres established in management and grid through GEC (GWh)/ not
Corridors (GEC) the financial year150 evacuation of Capacity created for amenabl
renewable energy evacuation of RE (GW) e151
1.2. Average Capacity Targets
Utilization Factor of RE not
generating plants amenabl
(connected with the e151
REMC/GEC)

4. Power System Development Fund (PSDF) (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Project 1.1. No. of projects awarded 25 1. Improved 1.1. Total amount of fund sanctioned 600
execution and fund (in Crore INR)
574.16 commissioning. utilization
1.2. No. of projects completed 8 1.2. Amount of fund utilized 1,489
(cumulative) (in Crore INR)

150POWERGRID is implementing only state portion of GEC project which is funded by KfW (German Bank) and as such it is not Centrally Sponsored/ Central Govt. Scheme
1518 out 11 REMCs have been commissioned and remaining 3 under implementation presently are scheduled to be commissioned by January, 2020. One REMC at South Andaman (Awarded in
Dec’2019), Scheduled date of completion – Feb 2021; One REMC at Telangana - Bidding under process. Scheduled date of completion 15 months from the date of award).

199
Ministry of Railways 152 Demand No. 83

1. New Lines (Construction) (CS)


2. Gauge Conversion (CS)
3. Line Doubling (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Outcome Indicator(s)
2020-21 2020-21
1. Greater speed 1.1. New Lines 500 1. Greater access to 1.1. Locations connected to Railways 32153
of constructed (km) unconnected routes due to NL construction
construction especially LWE (assuming standard last mile
of new lines, 1.2. Total length of Gauge 600 districts, Strategically distance)
gauge Conversion (km) important districts,
14950.00 conversion works Tribal areas, etc
and Line 1.3. Total length of Line 2,650 2. Greater safety and 2.1 Increase in passenger throughput 0.9%
doubling Doubling (km) throughput as well as (PKM) on congested routes
completed. more freight services
2.2 Increase in freight throughput 2.5%
on congested routes
(NTKM) on congested routes

4. Electrification Projects154 (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21

152
Allocations indicated are from GBS, in addition to this EBR will be raised as per the requirement
153 128 projects/sections targeted for commissioning in 2020-21 includes 16 New Line (NL) projects
154
Budgetary Allocation for this item is Rs. 1 crore; rest through EBR

200
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Electrification 1.1. Additional commissioning 6000 1. Reduction in 1.1. Percentage reduction in diesel 8%
1.00 of Railway of rail routes on electric dependence on oil consumption for traction
Network traction (Km.) imported fuel purposes in Indian Railways

5. Signaling & Telecom (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target
Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators 2020-
2020-21
21
1. Signaling 1.1 No. of stations where 310 1. Increased safety at 1.1. Number of unsafe 0155

Replacement Modern Signaling works stations where Signaling working incidents arising
Works undertaken Replacement works are out of signal failures
done
1650.00 2. Interlocking of 2.1 No. of LC gates where 250 2. Increased safety at gates 2.1 Number of accidents at 0155
Level Crossing interlocking works where Interlocking of gates where works of
gates undertaken Level crossings Gates Level Crossing Gates
are done. Interlocking are done.

6. Track Renewals (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Outcome Indicator(s)
2020-21 2020-21

155 Railways has zero tolerance for accidents and unsafe working. Hence target for the same is kept at zero

201
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Outcome Indicator(s)
2020-21 2020-21
1. Greater length of 1.1. Total length of tracks 4000 1. Reduced pipeline of 1.1. Completing all 2-3
tracks renewed renewed (km) track renewal sanctioned track renewal years156
10599.47
works works in time bound
manner.

7. Road Safety Works -Level Crossings & Road over/Under bridges (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. ROB construction 1.1 No. of ROB/RUBs 1400 1. Increased 1.1 Percentage reduction in 0157
5050.01
constructed Safety number of accidents on LCs

8. Rolling Stock (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Acquisition of rolling 1.1 No. of Electric 725 1. Greater throughput in 1.1. Increase in Passenger 0.9%
stock of each type Locomotives freight and passenger throughput (PKM)
operationalized services. 1.2. Increase in freight 2.5%
5786.97 1.2 No. of LHB coaches 4079 throughput (NTKM)
operationalized
1.3 No. of ICF coaches
operationalized

156 Within 2-3 years of sanctioning of projects.


157 Railways has zero tolerance for accidents and unsafe working. Hence target for the same is kept at zero

202
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.4 No. of track machines 80
operationalized

9. Traffic Facilities – Yard Remodeling & Others (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Greater coverage of the 1.1 No. of works 97 1. Greater passenger 1.1. Increase in passenger 0.05%
works commissioned. and freight throughput (PKM) on
throughput along congested routes
1225.00 routes where yard 1.2. Increase in freight 2.4%
remodelled throughput (NTKM)
on congested routes

10. Workshop including Production Units (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Expedited commissioning 1.1 No. of Projects 70 1. Stock-wise 1.1. Increase in outturn in 5%158
2052.00 of projects. commissioned outturn in workshop/ PUs in current
workshops/PUs year versus previous year.

158 For rolling stock workshops- 5% increase in outturn of wagons and coaches is targeted in 2020-21 wrt the actuals of 2019-20

203
11. Machinery & Plant (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Replacement of new 1.1. Total value of machinery and 125 1. Timely and 1.1. Increase in
machinery and plant plant on replacement basis efficient outturn in
installations (Cr) maintenance of workshop/ PUs
624.00 5%158
1.2. Total value of additional 225 Railway assets in current year
purchases done (Cr) in workshops versus previous
and PUs year.

12. Passenger Amenities (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Building better 1.1. Upgradation of stations 2 1. Greater passenger 1.1. Passenger 80%.
passenger amenities satisfaction Index satisfaction index
2725.63
1.2. Number of foot over bridges 265
constructed

13. Metropolitan Transportation Projects (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Greater access 1.1. Length of metropolitan 11 km 1. Increased passenger throughput 1.1. Total suburban 163008
1400.00 of sub-urban new lines works due to these projects PKMs achieved
rail commissioned

204
14. Bridge Works, Tunnel Works and Approaches (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Outcome Indicator(s)
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased speed of 1.1. No. of bridge works 1000 1. Improved average 1.1. Number of speed 16
777.00 Bridge works undertaken. speeds restrictions removed
annually.

15. Traction Distribution Works (CS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs. In Cr.)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicator(s) Outcome Indicator(s)
2020-21 2020-21
1. Increased pace of 1.1. Replacement of over 10% 1. Timely replacement 1.1. % reduction in 14%
execution of traction aged assets. for maintenance and traction distribution
0.00
distribution works repair of traction equipment failures
distribution works per 1000 TKm

205
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Demand No. 84
1. Roads Wing159 (CS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Develop the NH 1.1. Total physical progress (in Km) 11,000 1. Uniform and 1.1. Percentage reduction <10% 160
road network across efficient traffic in length of SL/IL
the country (Major 1.2. Physical progress (in Km): 4,000 dispersal of NHs as proportion of
scheme-wise for Bharatmala incl. Ongoing traffic on road total length of NHs
Bharatmala, NHIIP, Projects of NHDP network.
SARDP-NE 1.3. Physical progress (in Km): 6,345
including NH(O)
Arunachal Pradesh 1.4. Physical progress (in Km): 400
Package, LWE SARDP-NE
including VRC, 1.5. Physical progress (in Km): 100
NH(O), EAP) LWE
1.6. Physical progress (in Km) VRC 5
91277.45 1.7. Physical progress (in Km) EAP 150
1.8. Total physical progress (in 32,000
Lane-km)
1.9. Physical progress (in Lane-km) 16,000
Bharatmala incl. ongoing
Projects of NHDP
1.10. Physical progress (in Lane- 14,640
km) NH(O)
1.11. Physical progress (in Lane- 800
km) SARDP-NE
1.12. Physical progress (in Lane- 200
km) LWE

159
Includes National Highway Authority of India, Road Works and Works Financed from PBFF
160
Reduce SL/IL NHs to <10% of total length by 2022.

206
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1.13. Physical progress (in Lane- 10
km) VRC
1.14. Physical progress (in Lane- 350
km) EAP
2. Improvement 2.1. ROMDAS, etc., run on 75,000161
1.15. Projects awarded on length 10000 in overall road NH length (in KM)
(km) condition.
2. Improved quality 2.1. Technology usage (ROMDAS 25,000 3. Establishing 3.1. Projects developed (in 16,000162
and maintenance of or equivalent technology) for connectivity km) connecting
road network completed road network with backward identified districts
2.2. Road network undergoing 2,000 areas, Provide
maintenance (Periodical connectivity to
Renewal/IRQP) backward,
LWE affected
areas for
ushering in
socio-
economic
development
and integration
with
mainstream
India
3. Improved 3.1. Number of districts (out of 10 4. Providing all 4.1. Projects developed (in 889163
connectivity in 115+9) connected weather km) connecting

161
ROMDAS, etc., run on atleast 75,000 km fully completed road project by 2022
162
124 districts to be connected by 2021-22 for total length of 16,000 km.
163
The total length of 889 km to be developed by March, 2023.

207
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
backward districts 3.2. Length (in Km) of projects for 400 improved religious areas
award connecting such districts connectivity
for Kedarnath,
Badrinath,
Gangotri,
Yamunotri in
Uttarakhand
State.

4. Religious 4.1. Char Dham: Length (in Km) 150 5. Reduction of 5.1. Reduction in average
connectivity completed; congestion/ waiting time (in 3164
4.2. Char Dham: Lane length (in 450 waiting time in minutes)
Km) completed. toll plazas
5. Development of 5.1. No. of wayside amenities 20 6. Improvement 6.1. (i) Wayside amenities 183165
wayside amenities / developed and provision (nos)
facilities for of wayside
passengers / amenities /
Swachh Bharat facilities for
passengers /
Swachh Bharat
6. Initiatives under 6.1. Total No. of toilet blocks 100 7. Mobilisation of 7.1. Increase in revenue 34,000
166
Swachh Bharat developed at Toll Plazas; alternative from monetization of
6.2. Total No. of toilet blocks 50 financial developed NH
developed for Divyangs; resources other stretches (in Rs. Crore)
than GBS
7. Enabling electronic 7.1. Percentage of toll plazas having 100% 8. Rehabilitation/ 8.1. Reconstruction/ 137 167

164
From 15 minutes to 3 minutes maximum.
165 (i) Wayside amenities 183 no. by 2021-22
166
Rs. 34,000 crore by 2021-22

208
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Target Target
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
toll collection E-tolling technologies in at Reconstruction Rehabilitation of
least one lane on each side; of old and identified distressed
7.2. RFID Tags issued (in Lakh). 50 dilapidated bridges
8. Road Safety 8.1. No. of black spots rectified 150 bridges on NHs
9. Public Private 9.1. BOT(Toll) Projects (in Rs 5,400
Partnership (PPP) Crores)
Amount of money
invested by 9.2. BOT(Annuity) projects (in Rs 1,000
Concessionaires in Crores)
NH development
under PPP projects
under following 9.3. Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) 20,000
categories:- Projects (in Rs Crores)
10. Monetization of 10.1. Amount of money collected 11,000 9. Replacement of 9.1. Construction of 104168
developed NH from monetization of level crossing ROBs/RUBs on NHs
stretches developed NH stretches (in by ROBs
Rs Crores)
11. Construction of 11.1. No. of bridges built/upgraded 70
Bridge and ROBs 11.2. No. of ROBs constructed 50

167
Reconstruction/ Rehabilitation of all the 137 nos. of identified distressed bridges to be completed by 2021-22.
168
Construction of 50% of 208 ROBs/RUBs on NHs to be completed by 2021-22.

209
Ministry of Rural Development Demand No. 85
Department of Rural Development

1. National Social Assistance Programme: Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Beneficiary coverage 1.1. No. of 221 1. Providing social assistance 1.1. Percentage of eligible 90.49%169
6259.08 beneficiaries to the poorest of poor beneficiaries with
covered (in lakh) segment of the society Aadhaar linkage

2. National Social Assistance Programme: National Family Benefit Scheme (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOMES 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Beneficiary 1.1. No. of 3.59 1. Providing social assistance to the 1.1. Percentage of eligible 89.97%170
622.70 coverage beneficiaries poorest of poor segment of the beneficiaries with
covered (in lakh) society Aadhaar linkage

169
Target in number is 200 lakh beneficiaries
170
Target in number is 3.23 lakh beneficiaries

210
3. National Social Assistance Programme: Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Beneficiary 1.1. No. of beneficiaries 65.72 1. Providing social assistance 1.1. Percentage of eligible 89.77%171
1938.79 coverage covered (in lakh) to the poorest of poor beneficiaries with Aadhar
segment of the society linkage

4. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Outcome Indicators
2020-21172 2020-21173
1. Providing 1.1. Number of Person days 270 1. Providing 1.1. Micro Irrigation works (no. in 1.55
employment generated (in crores) Economic lakh)
, improved 1.2. Total Number of Assets 75 security,
institutional generated during the creating rural 1.2. Afforestation work (no. in 0.40
capacity and year (in lakh no.) assets and lakh)
creation of Empowerment
61500.00 durable of socially
assets disadvantaged
2. Introducing 2.1. No. of new works 123.94 groups 1.3. Creation/ renovation of Water 1.27
New Work registered under Bodies (no. in lakh)
Programmes MGNREGA during the 1.4. Participation of women (%) 54.57%
year (in lakh no.) 1.5. Participation of SC (%) 20.73%
1.6. Participation of ST (%) 17.42%

171
Target in number is 59 lakh beneficiaries
172
Output Targets likely to be fixed based on the last 5 years achievement
173
Outcome Targets likely to be fixed based on the last 5 years achievement

211
5. Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna (PMGSY) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Availability 1.1. Road length added (in Km) 42,000 1. All weather road 1.1. % of eligible 100%174
of quality all 1.2. Works inspected by NQM 9,000 connectivity of habitations to be
weather roads eligible habitations connected w.r.t.
and their timely 1.3. Completed works rated unsatisfactory < 4% are also pathways the no. of eligible
maintenance (% of inspected works by NQM, for access to habitations (as per
average of last 3 years) education, health, 2001 census:
1.4. Maintenance works rated <15% market and 178184)
19500.00 unsatisfactory (% of inspected works mobility
by NQM, average of last 3 years)
1.5. Proportion of complaints addressed 100% 2. Use of sustainable 2.1. Road length 12,000
out of registered on MeriSadak App & green technology constructed using
(%) for construction of Green Technology
rural roads (in Km)

174
1000 habitations to be connected in number, which are spill over from last year 2019-20.

212
6. National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) (CSS)
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
(Rs in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Social 1.1. No. of Households mobilized 85 1. Sustainable 1.1. No. of women producers 1.5
Mobilization of into SHGs (in lakh) livelihoods covered under
poor households of poor producer/farmers
and Institution 1.2. No. of predominantly 7.5 through skill organizations (in lakh)
building. SC/ST/Minority SHGs promoted building,
(in lakh) access to
2. Financial 2.1. No. of SHGs provided 4 credit, 1.2. No. of SHGs provided 32
Inclusion of Community Investment Fund marketing with bank credit (in lakh)
9210.04 and other
SHGs (CIF) (in lakh)
2.2. Amount of Bank Credit accessed 72,000 livelihoods 1.3. No. of persons placed 2.1
by SHGs (in Rs. crore) services under DDU-GKY (in
lakh)
3. Skill Training and 3.1. No. of persons trained under 3 1.4. No. of persons settled 3
Placement DDU-GKY (in lakh) under RSETI (in lakh)
3.2. No. of persons trained under 4.30
RSETIs (in lakh)

7. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
1. Approval of Integrated 1.1. No. of ICAPs to be 12 1. Development of 1.1. % completion of 80%
600.00 Cluster Action Plan mobilized from states RURBAN Works proposed in
(ICAP) Clusters DPR, in remaining

213
FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators
2020-21 2020-21
2. Detailed Project 2.1. No. of DPRs to be 60 clusters
Report (DPR) with mobilized from states
SLEC approval
3. Release and 3.1. Total CGF released (in Rs. 2,100175 1.2. % completion of 40%
Utilization of CGF Crore) Works proposed in
3.2. Total CGF Utilized (Centre 40% DPR, in 100
+ State Share) (%) (min.) leading clusters

8. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) - Rural (CSS)


FINANCIAL
OUTLAY (Rs OUTPUTS 2020-21 OUTCOME 2020-21
in Cr)
Targets Targets
2020-21 Output Indicators Output Indicators