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All districts in each State may be divided into the... Annex-I (Refers to Paragraph 6) Sampling design for all schemes
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-I
(Refers to Paragraph 6)
Sampling design for all schemes
All districts in each State may be divided into the following four strata:Stratum-I
Stratum-II
Capital District
Districts having hostels for SC boys & girls
Stratum-III
Districts having any of the following
(a) Hostels for ST boys & girls
(b) Education complex for ST girls
(c) Ashram schools for STs
Stratum-IV
Remaining districts of the State
The districts in Stratum-II to IV may be selected with unequal probability {PPSWR
(Probability Proportional to Size With Replacement)}, considering total population of
SCs/STs as per 2001 census, as the size measure.
1st Stage: Selection of District:
Stratum I
Capital District1, compulsory selection (selected with probability 1).
Stratum II
25% Districts (minimum 2, subject to availability of districts in that State) may
be selected by PPSWR (size as total SC population as per 2001 census).
Stratum III
25% Districts (minimum 2, subject to availability of districts in that State) may
be selected by PPSWR (size as total ST population as per 2001 census).
Note:- If there is no ST population in a State 50% of the Districts (minimum 4,subject to
availability of district in that State) from Stratum-II may be selected. Similarly, if there is no
SC population in a State 50% of the Districts (minimum 4,subject to availability of district in
that State) from Stratum-III may be selected.
Stratum IV
20% of Districts (minimum two, subject to availability of district in that State) may be
selected by PPSWR (size as total SCs and STs population as per 2001 census).
2nd Stage:- Selection of Universities, Colleges, Schools, hostels and NGOs
Stratum I (for capital districts)
(a)
Select two universities with SRSWOR (Simple Random Sampling without
Replacement)
(b)
Two colleges for girls only and four from other colleges are to be selected with
SRSWOR
1
For Delhi, South Delhi District and for Gujrat, Ahmedabad District may be selected as Capital Districts. For
Punjab and Haryana one additional district may be selected in stratum-IV in-lieu of Capital District.
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(c)
Two schools each from Primary level schools, Middle level schools and High
schools (including Ashram Schools) are to be selected with SRSWOR. (Out of the
six, three schools may be selected in urban areas and three in rural areas)
(d)
Two Senior Secondary Schools are to be selected with SRSWOR (one from rural
areas and one from urban areas)
(e)
One hostel each for SC boys and girls and one hostel each for ST boys and girls
are to be selected with SRSWOR
(f)
Two NGOs involved in educational development for SC and ST subject to
availability are to be selected with SRSWOR
(If there are no rural/urban areas in a district, then all the schools can be selected from urban/rural
areas as the case may be)
Stratum II to IV (for other Districts)
(a)
Select one university with SRSWOR.
(b)
Two colleges for girl only and four from other colleges are to be selected with
SRSWOR.
(c)
Two schools each from Primary level schools, Middle level schools and High
schools (including Ashram Schools) are to be selected with SRSWOR. (Out of the
six, three schools may be selected in urban areas and three in rural areas).
(d)
Two Senior Secondary Schools are to be selected with SRSWOR(one from rural
areas and one from urban areas).
(e)
One hostel each for SC boys and girls and one hostel each for ST boys and girls
are to be selected with SRSWOR.
(f)
Two NGOs involved in educational development for SC and ST subject to
availability are to be selected with SRSWOR.
(If there are no rural/urban areas in a district, then all the schools can be selected from
urban/rural areas as the case may be)
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Sampling frames required at various stages:1st Stage:(i)
Sl.
No.
Prepare a grand list of all the districts in the State in the following format:Name of the
district
(ii)
Population as per
2001 census
SCs
STs
No. of
hostels for
SC boys and
girls
No. of
hostels for
ST boys
and girls
No. of
education
complex for
ST girls
No. of
Ashram
school
Prepare a sub list of districts (excluding capital district) from the grand list of
districts with hostel for SC boys and girls
(iii) Prepare a sub list of districts (excluding capital district) from the grand list of
districts with any of (i) hostel for ST boys and girls (ii) educational complex for
ST girls (iii) Ashram schools for STs.
(iv) Prepare a sub list of districts with the rest districts
2nd Stage:(for selected districts only)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
List of Universities
This is required to select two universities for capital district and one university for
other districts with SRSWOR.
List of girls’ colleges and list of other colleges
This is required to select two girls’ colleges and four other colleges with SRSWOR.
List of primary level schools, middle level schools and high schools (including
Ashram Schools).
This is required to select two primary level schools, two middle level schools and
two high schools (including Ashram schools) with SRSWOR.
List of Senior. Secondary schools
This is required to select two Senior. Secondary schools with SRSWOR.
List of hostels for SC boys and girls and ST boys and girls
This is required to select one hostel each for SC boys and girls and one hostel each
for ST boys and girls with SRSWOR.
List of NGOs involved in educational development of SC and ST
This is required to select two NGOs with SRSWOR.
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-II
(Refers to Paragraph 6)
Details of districts selected
Sl.
Name of the State
no.
1. Andhra Pradesh
Capital district
Hyderabad
2. Arunachal Pradesh
3. Assam
Papum Pare
Kamrup
4. Bihar
Patna
5. Chhattisgarh
6. Goa
7. Gujarat
Raipur
*
*
*
8. Haryana
9. Himachal Pradesh
Shimla
10. J&K
11. Jharkhand
Srinagar
Ranchi
12. Karnataka
Bangalore urban
13. Kerala
14. Madhya Pradesh
Thiruvananthapuram
Bhopal
15. Maharashtra
Mumbai city,
Mumbai suburban
Imphal East, Imphal
West
East Khasi Hills
Aizawl
16. Manipur
17.
18.
19.
20.
Maghalya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Khurda
*
21. Punjab
22. Rajasthan
Jaipur
23. Sikkim
24. Tamil Nadu
East District
Chennai
25. Tripura
26. Uttar Pradesh
Tripura West
Lucknow
27. Uttaranchal
Dehradun
28. West Bengal
Kolkata
29. A&N Islands
Andaman district
Other selected districts
Visakhapatnam, West Godavari, Kurnool, Mahboobnagar
and Warangal
Lohit, Tirap, East Siang and West Kameng
Cachar, Kokrajhar, Golaghat, Karbi Anglong, Nagoan,
Morigaon, Lakhimpur and Darrang
Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya, Jamui, Nawada,
Muzaffarpur, Purnia, Sasaram and Siwan
Bilaspur, Surguja, Bastar and Raigarh
North Goa and South Goa
Ahmedabad,
Junagadh,
Panchmahals,
Rajkot,
Sabarkantha, Surat, Vadodara and Valsad
Ambala, Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Hissar and Sirsa
Bilaspur, Chamba, Hamirpur, Kangra, Lahaul, Spiti and
Solan
Jammu
Deoghar, Dhanbad, Dumka, Hazaribagh, Jamtara,
Sahebganj and West Singhbhum
Gulbarga, Koppal, Udupi, Chickmaglur, Hassan and
Kolar
Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad and Malappuram
Shajapur, Ujjain, Betul, Chhindwara, Dhar, Jhabua,
Seoni, Damoh, Dewas, Mandsaur, Satna and Bhind
Nasik, Nanded, Nandurbar, Amravati, Pune, Gadchiroli,
Gondia, Sangli
Senapati, Ukhrul, Thoubal and Bishnupur
West Khasi Hills, West Garo Hills and East Garo Hills
Lungleih and Kolasib
No sample selection carried out
Balasore, Baragarh, Bolangir, Dhenkanal, Ganjam,
Koraput, Mayurbhanj and Sundargarh
Amritsar, Hoshiarpur, Ludhiana, Musatkar, NawanShahr,
Patiala and Sangrur
Banswara, Bundi, Dausa, Karauli, Nagaur, Pali, Sawai
Madhopur and Sikar
North district, South district
Erode, Kancheepuram, Karur, Nagapattinam, Namakkal,
Thoothukudi and Tiruchirappalli
Tripura South and Dhalai
Allahabad, Azamgarh, Badaun, Etah, Faizabad, Fatehpur,
Ferozabad, Gonda, Jhansi, Kanpur Nagar, Kushinagar,
Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Pilibhit, Raebareli, Bahraich and
Lakhimpur Kheri
Haridwar, Pauri Garhwal, Uddham Singh Nagar,
Bageshwar, Rudraprayag
Bankura, Birbhum, Burdwan, Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri
and Paschim Midnapore
Nicobar district
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Sl.
no.
30.
31.
32.
33.
Name of the State
Chandigarh
D&N Haveli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
34. Lakshadweep
35. Pondicherry
Capital district
Chandigarh
Other selected districts
Chandigarh
No sample selection carried out
Daman & Diu
Pondicherry
South district, East district, North district, North West
district and South West district
Kavaratti
Karailkal
* In Goa, Gujarat, Punjab and Haryana other districts have been selected in lieu of capital district.
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-III
(Reference Paragraph 8.1.1)
Funding pattern of centrally sponsored and central sector schemes
Sl.
no.
1.
Name of the Scheme
Funding pattern
Pre Matric Scholarship for the
children of those engaged in
unclean occupation
Central assistance is provided to the State Governments on a 50:50
basis and 100 per cent to UT Administrations, over and above their
respective committed liabilities to be met by them from their own
State/UT budget. The committed liability is the actual expenditure
incurred by the State/UT during the terminal year of the previous Five
Year Plan.
100 per cent central assistance is provided to States/UTs over and
above their committed liability. The committed liability during each
Five Year Plan period is the actual expenditure incurred by the
State/UT under the scheme during the terminal year of the previous
Five Year Plan. With effect from the 9th Five Year Plan, the committed
liability criterion was dispensed with for the North-Eastern States.
Central assistance is provided on cost sharing basis between the Union
and the States in the ratio of 50:50. In the case of UTs, 100 per cent
assistance is provided.
100 per cent central assistance to the States/UTs.
2.
Post Matric Scholarship for
SCs/STs (inclusive of Book
Bank Scheme)
3.
Scheme for the establishment
of Ashram Schools in tribal
sub-plan areas
Upgradation of merit of SC/ST
students
Coaching and Allied Scheme
for weaker sections including
SC/ST OBCs and Minorities
4.
5.
6.
Hostels for SC/ST Boys and
Girls
7.
Grant-in-aid to Voluntary
Organisations working for
SCs/STs
Education Complex in LowLiteracy
Pockets
for
development of women
8.
Central assistance to NGOs, universities and institutions running
coaching programs is borne on 90:10 basis, with the Centre bearing 90
percent of the expenditure and the concerned State/UT bearing the
remaining 10 per cent. Institutions run by the State Governments are
paid central assistance on 50:50 basis while 100 per cent assistance is
provided to the UTs. Under the ST component, funding is on
contractual basis according to the course. Universities and private
institutions are funded 100 per cent on contractual basis while State
owned Pre-Examination Training Centres (PETCs) are funded to the
extent of 50 per cent of the contractual amount.
Central assistance to the State Governments on 50:50 basis, 100 per
cent to UTs and 90 per cent to the central universities for construction
of hostel buildings. Other universities can also receive central
assistance upto 45 per cent of the estimated expenditure with the
remaining 45 per cent and 10 percent being provided by the State
governments and the universities respectively. However, in case the
concerned State government is not able to contribute its expected share
of 45 per cent, the university may bear the share of the State also
thereby raising its net contribution to 55 per cent. NGOs are also
eligible to receive assistance on sharing basis of 45:45:10 (Union
Government:State:NGO) only for expansion of existing hostels under
the scheme.
Government provides funds to the extent of 90 per cent of the
estimated expenditure and the voluntary organisation is expected to
meet the remaining 10 percent
Government provides funds to the extent of 90 per cent of the estimated
expenditure and the NGO is expected to meet the remaining 10 percent
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-IV
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.2.2.)
Non implementation of the Book Bank scheme
1.
Name of the
State
Chhattisgarh
2.
Delhi
3.
Daman & Diu
4.
Maharashtra
5.
Orissa
6.
Pondicherry
7.
Tamil Nadu
8.
Uttaranchal
Sl. no.
Remarks
No funds were provided by the State Government during 2003-06 for ST
students and 2001-06 for SC students.
No expenditure had been incurred for last three years i.e. 2003-04 to 2005-06
towards book banks.
Lack of initiative on the part of the department to identify the students and
proposal for requisite funds resulted in the beneficiaries being deprived of the
advantage of the scheme.
Book Bank scheme for ST students was not implemented in the state during
2001-06, depriving 4723 ST students of the benefit.
Book Bank scheme for SC students was not implemented in the state during
2001-06 and no financial assistance was received from GOI. During 2001-06,
out of Rs. 26.64 lakh (GOI share Rs. 10.64 lakh and state share Rs. 16.00 lakh),
Rs. 21 lakh was spent as of March 2006. 349 sets of books were purchased for
STs.
The funds received for implementing the Book Bank scheme during 1999-2000
were utilised during 2000-02. The department failed to seek funds for this
component during 2002-06 due to non-receipt of proposals from
colleges/students.
Based on the proposal of the State Government for implementation of the
scheme for SC students at a cost of Rs. 123.72 lakh during 2001-02, the
Government of India released (March 2003) its share of Rs. 61.86 lakh. The
scheme was not implemented during 2003-04 on the grounds that funds were
received late and were released under a different Head of Account. The
required amendment to the head of account was belatedly issued (January
2005) and the funds were finally utilised only during 2005-06. Due to nonreceipt of UCs for the grants released in March 2003, the Government of India
did not release its share for the years 2004-06 resulting in non-implementation
of the scheme. Further, the scheme for ST students was also implemented only
for one year (2002-03) during 2001-06.
Budget was not allotted for the book bank scheme for the ST students in all the
13 districts of the state during 2001-05. Thus, ST students were not covered
under the scheme.
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex- V
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.2.3)
Short availment of awards under the scheme of Upgradation of Merit of SC/ST
Sl. no.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
J&K
Karnataka
Kerala
Orissa
Madhya Pradesh
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Total awards
available 2001-06
1480
460
1460
560
100
700
320
940
200
1220
1960
1340
100
100
3100
1840
Awards availed
during 2001-06
Upgradation of Merit of SC
1352
92
73
375
10
105
366
376
100
1575
3074
286
65
88
1554
616
50
Award
short/excess
utilised
Total awards
available
2001-06
128
368
1387
185
90
595
(-)46
564
100
(-)355
(-)1114
1054
35
12
1546
1224
420
100
300
700
460
20
80
40
680
860
560
80
80
360
(Awards in number)
Award availed
Award short/excess
during 2001utilised
06
Upgradation of Merit of ST
84
336
45
55
119
181
420
280
57
403
1
19
14
66
28
12
476
204
688
172
198
362
49
31
80
Nil
174
186
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex VI
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.2.6)
Unspent balances lying with the States/UTs/institutions/field offices
Sl.
no.
1.
State
Scheme
Pre MS
Andhra
Pradesh
Post
(SC)
2.
Andaman
Nicobar
3.
Arunachal
Pradesh
4
5.
Assam
Bihar
&
Amount
(Rs.in
Lakh)
229.69
MS
0.64
Co-SC/OBC
109.00
Book BankSC
UpgradationSC
Post
MS
(ST)
5.96
Post
(ST)
44.40
3.13
MS
183.76
UpgradationST
2.38
Post MS (SC
& ST)
UpgradationSC & ST
39.69
Post
(ST)
MS
13.50
696.00
Remarks
Of Rs. 2.62 crore released by GOI during 2005-06,
Rs. 2.11 crore was kept in A.P. Social Welfare Fund.
Reasons for retention of the amount have not been
intimated.
Further Rs. 19.10 lakh was lying
unutilised in 5 test checked districts.
In one district, scholarship amounting to Rs. 0.64
lakh was lying with the college Principal (June
2006).
The amount was part of the central grant released
since 1998-99 and was lying in fixed deposits
(September 2006)
The amount pertains to 3 test checked districts.
The amount relating to the year 2005-06 was kept in
a PD account.
Out of the total central assistance amounting to
Rs. 13.84 lakh, the Department of Education utilised
Rs. 9.55 lakh during 2001-06.
The State Government did not utilise the amount
since the students were paid scholarship from State
funds and Rs. 183.76 lakh out of Rs. 195.19 lakh
released by the Ministry in June 2003 for the year,
remained unspent for 3 years.
This scheme is being implemented by two NGOs.
Rs. 2.38 lakh is lying unspent since 2005-06 (till
October 2006).
The amount was lying with 13 institutions and 5
Integrated Tribal Development Projects (ITDPs).
Rs. 31.65 lakh was released by Government of India
for 119 ST and 92 SC candidates respectively during
2001-05 out of which Rs. 13.50 lakh was lying
unspent (September 2006).
Out of Rs. 11.05 crore released by the Ministry of
Tribal Affairs during 1999-2000, only Rs. 4.05 crore
was utilised leaving a balance of Rs. 7.00 crore. The
State Government did not incur any expenditure
above its committed liability during 2000-05 and
thus no central share was due. Central share
admissible during 2005-06 was Rs. 10 lakh and thus
unspent balance was Rs. 6.90 crore. In 2004-05, out
of Rs. 0.46 crore allotted to one district, Rs. 0.06
crore was kept unauthorisedly in a civil deposit as of
July 2006. The Ministry replied (July 2006) that the
unspent amount of Rs. 6.90 crore has not been
surrendered by the state government of Bihar
despite reminders.
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Sl.
no.
State
Scheme
UpgradationSC
6.
Chhattisgarh
Pre MS
Amount
(Rs.in
Lakh)
11.00
116.14
Post MS (SC
& ST)
1836.62
Upgradation
–SC & ST
8.37
1.87
7
Chandigarh
Co-SC
8.
Delhi
Post
(SC)
MS
29.03
Coaching
and Allied
scheme for
SC
Post MS (SC
& ST)
8.73
9
Goa
0.64
10
Gujarat
Post MS
(SC & ST)
48.26
11.
Haryana
Pre MS
50.67
Post MS (SC
& ST)
18.31
Remarks
The scheme was not implemented in the state during
2001-05. Rs. 11.00 lakh remained unutilised.
Against the actual share of Rs. 17.58 lakh, an
amount of Rs. 1.02 crore was released by the
Ministry during 2001-06. The extra amount has not
been refunded to the Ministry. Rs. 31.72 lakh was
not credited to Government account by ACTD,
Raipur and Chief Executive Officer, Zila Panchayat,
Bastar
Rs. 444.63 lakh and Rs. 23.21 lakh lying unspent as
actual share of the Central government was less than
the amount of central assistance released during
2001-06 under PMS-SC and ST respectively.
Rs. 13.49 crore which remained unspent during
2001-06 was not credited to Government account by
5 ACTDs. In addition, Rs. 19.78 lakh and Rs. 40.46
lakh was lying with the nodal officers of 2 ACTDs.
Union Government released Rs. 56.25 lakh (for SC
students) and Rs. 59.55 lakh (for ST students) during
2001-06, however actual expenditure was Rs. 53.09
lakh and Rs. 54.34 lakh respectively.
This amount was lying unspent with the accounts
branch of the Punjab University. Consequently, it
could not receive further assistance.
Rs. 28.21 lakh lying unspent as actual expenditure
was less then the committed liability and out of 20
colleges test checked, scholarship amounting to
Rs. 1.09 lakh (including Rs. 0.12 lakh pertaining to
the period prior to 2000-01) was lying undisbursed
with 9 colleges. When pointed out by audit, Rs. 0.27
lakh was refunded by two colleges.
The State Government department did not utilise
Rs. 8.73 lakh out of Rs. 10 lakh received from the
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment during
2001-06.
The amount released to two institutions during 200106 was lying unutilised. Reasons for non-utilisation
were not on record..
The departments booked the grants as final
expenditure though grants were not fully utilised.
As of 31 March 2006, unspent balance of Rs. 48.26
lakh was lying with 9 institutes..
The actual expenditure under this scheme never
exceeded the committed liability of the State
Government during 2001-06. The unspent grant at
the end of the year was not refunded to GOI.
Out of Rs. 29.18 lakh which was not disbursed,
Rs. 10.87 lakh was deposited by the institutes/DWOs
into government account. Balance of Rs. 18.31 lakh
was lying with the institutions (September 2006).
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Sl.
no.
State
Scheme
Co-SC
Amount
(Rs.in
Lakh)
1.84
12
Meghalaya
Post
(ST)
MS
653.55
13
Orissa
Book BankST
1.18
UpgradationSC
163.60
UpgradationST
Co-SC/ST
0.76
4.73
Pre MS
7.02
14
Punjab
Post
(SC)
15.
Pondicherry
MS
2.94
Book BankSC
UpgradationSC
0.19
Pre MS
Post
(SC)
4.20
12.82
MS
60.23
10.22
16
Rajasthan
Post MS (SC
& ST)
17.
Tamil Nadu
Post
(SC)
MS
101.43
UpgradationSC
9.40
Remarks
Out of Rs. 2.70 lakh released to the Gandhi
Memorial National College, Ambala on adhoc basis
during 2004-05, only Rs. 0.94 lakh was spent
Though actual unspent balance was Rs. 653.55 lakh,
the amount intimated to the Central government was
Rs. 473.06 lakh.
Out of Rs. 2.21 lakh released during 2003-06, an
amount of Rs. 1.18 lakh was lying unspent with one
university.
Out of Rs. 2.44 crore received Rs. 1.05 crore only
was utilised and Rs. 24.14 lakh released to 6
implementing agencies in 2001-05 was lying
unutilised as of March 2006.
Out of Rs. 61.20 lakh received during 2001-06,
Rs. 60.44 lakh was utilised.
Out of Rs. 13.07 lakh, the Utkal University incurred
expenditure of Rs. 8.42 lakh only and earned 0.08
lakh interest on unspent balance.
The DEO (EE) Ludhiana intimated the number of
students on estimated basis for release of funds. As
a consequence, Rs. 7.02 lakh remained unspent
during 2001-06 and was lying in current account
(August 2006).
Rs. 34.65 lakh was released to 16 nodal officers of
the State in 2004-05 out of which Rs. 31.71 lakh was
utilised and the balance was not refunded as of
August 2006.
The amount received by one institute in May 2003
was neither utilised nor refunded.
The scheme was not implemented during 2001-06
and central assistance received during 1999-2000
was lying unspent with the State Finance
Department.
The expenditure was less than the amount received
from GOI.
Amount provided to implementing agencies by UT
Administration was less than the amount received
from GOI.
Undisbursed scholarship amount of Rs. 10.22 lakh
was not recovered from the Director, Technical
Education, Jodhpur.
Actual share of the Central Government was less
than the amount of central assistance released during
2001-06.
Out of Rs. 36.15 lakh released by Government of
India upto 1994-95, Rs. 26.75 lakh only was utilised
leaving unspent balance of Rs. 9.40 lakh.
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Sl.
no.
18.
19.
State
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Scheme
Post MS (SC
& ST)
Book BankST
Pre MS
Post
(SC)
20.
Uttaranchal
MS
Pre MS
Amount
(Rs.in
Lakh)
21.33
0.38
75.63
455.40
11.62
Total
Remarks
Though there was unspent balance of Rs. 5.00 lakh,
UC was furnished for the full amount and Rs. 13.75
lakh was lying with the Principal, Agartala
Government Medical College since December 2005
due to non finalisation of eligibility criteria under
PMS for SC. Rs. 2.58 lakh relating the PMS-STwas
lying in the bank account of the society as of
October 2006
This amount has been lying unspent with a
polytechnic institute since 2002-03.
State Government attributed the non utilisation of
Rs. 70.00 lakh to non availability of eligible
beneficiaries. Out of Rs. 7.40 crore, Rs. 6.98 crore
was utilised and Rs. 35.43 lakh was refunded/
surrendered by DSWOs leaving an unspent amount
of Rs. 5.63 lakh.
Rs. 384.07 lakh was lying with institutions in 14 test
checked districts. Besides, unspent balance of
Rs. 71.33 lakh was lying with the Allahabad
University in bank accounts. The DSWOs had
reported progress based on the funds released to the
institutions.
Scrutiny of the monthly progress reports for the
months of March (2001-02 to 2005-06) of the
Director, Social Welfare, revealed that the
department had unspent balance of Rs. 11.62 lakh.
5056.26
54
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-VII
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.2.8)
Inadequate publicity of schemes
Name of the State
Andaman and Nicobar
Bihar
Daman and Diu
Jharkhand
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Uttar Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh,
Chhattisgarh,
Himachal
Pradesh,
Jammu
&
Kashmir and Meghalaya
Names of the schemes for which adequate publicity was not given by
the State Governments
Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for STs
Pre Matric Scholarship to the children of those engaged in unclean
occupations and Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for SCs/STs
Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for SCs/STs
Pre Matric Scholarship to the children of those engaged in unclean
occupations
Book Bank Scheme for SCs/ STs
Book Bank for SCs & STs
Post Matric Scholarship
Pre Matric Scholarship to the children of those engaged in unclean
occupations
Post Matric Scholarship and Book Bank Scheme
Pre Matric Scholarship to the children of those engaged in unclean
occupations, Post Matric Scholarship and Book Bank
55
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-VIII
(Reference Paragraph 8.1.3.1)
Central assistance released under the scheme of Pre-Matric Scholarship for the children of those engaged in unclean occupation alongwith number of beneficiaries
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Name of State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgargh
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
Pondicherry
Total
2001-02
Amount
Actual
released beneficiaries
57.94
13620
0.00
1601
15.47
6058
2.24
14594
0.00
0
0.72
83
510.07
161016
38.20
19643
0.00
2688
0.00
734
30.20
2300
3.36
3709
0.00
1127
70.15
68096
154.41
53729
4.00
45
0.00
8791
59.69
19482
0.00
0
49.72
43812
3.08
4234
0.00
39732
2.21
250
2.81
420
0.00
999
1004.27
466763
2002-03
Amount
Actual
released
beneficiaries
252.60
33399
8.12
3052
20.00
7529
21.81
15130
0.00
0
0.02
176
0.00
222330
0.00
20253
9.74
0
5.09
0
1.15
4639
11.46
3824
0.00
877
62.63
75094
0.00
63996
2.08
994
0.00
7416
38.83
30363
0.00
0
61.50
39450
2.30
4592
0.00
46829
7.79
0
5.59
1390
1.80
1049
512.51
582382
2003-04
Amount
Actual
released
beneficiaries
458.90
24007
10.07
3089
32.79
2209
20.54
11497
0.00
0
0.33
150
345.57
200055
0.00
16592
0.00
3335
0.00
0
0.00
753
0.00
0
0.00
470
85.60
57517
157.74
57204
0.00
1641
18.51
0
124.59
16496
0.00
0
91.04
42334
6.64
4486
92.56
56399
0.00
1245
6.82
1870
8.46
1615
1460.16
502964
56
2004-05
Amount
Actual
released beneficiaries
500.59
27529
4.21
3148
0.00
4593
8.45
12854
0.00
0
0.33
238
103.67
228725
0.00
19700
0.00
NA
0.00
985
0.00
988
0.00
4711
0.00
597
126.56
57634
47.32
70692
0.00
NA
5.55
8472
63.88
22375
0.00
NA
27.31
42257
5.99
4208
88.32
47641
0.00
1352
2.05
781
5.00
1814
989.23
561294
(Rupees in lakh)
Total
2005-06
amount
Amount
Actual
released
beneficiaries released
262.37
28578
1532.40
2.10
NA
24.50
0.00
4593
68.26
49.06
24587
102.10
0.00
0.00
1.56
360
12.96
354.03
226271
1313.34
0.00
38.20
0.00
9.74
0.00
3260
5.09
0.00
31.35
0.00
14.82
0.00
1788
0.00
10.50
58594
355.44
215.62
74225
575.09
0.00
6.08
0.00
8488
24.06
31.94
39276
318.93
0.00
0.00
86.47
45216
316.04
7.57
4480
25.58
44.16
62853
225.04
4.78
1080
14.78
0.00
3201
17.27
10.00
2045
25.26
1080.16
588895
5046.33
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-IX
(Reference Paragraph 8.1.3.1)
Central assistance released under the scheme of Post-Matric Scholarships for SCs alongwith number of beneficiaries
(Rupees in lakh)
2001-02
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
Name of State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalya
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
UP
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
Daman & Diu
Dadar & Nagar Haveli
Delhi
Pondicherry
Total
Amount
released
6426.72
272.31
0.00
229.97
0.00
60.14
275.61
21.84
85.36
0.00
732.13
938.16
490.53
658.33
48.15
5.47
0.00
239.90
470.13
0.00
1168.95
138.71
2304.94
411.74
911.06
2.50
0.00
0.00
35.00
15927.65
2002-03
Actual
beneficiaries
217212
12516
26324
27717
117
45785
15480
4715
6799
13289
125204
77779
71132
195114
3341
1100
41358
9245
63367
0
215091
7172
351000
27520
147601
95
39
8919
2901
1717932
Amount
released
5804.52
221.32
0.00
106.83
2.70
0.00
180.92
0.00
19.99
266.64
984.47
674.44
371.82
1696.66
71.28
6.90
0.00
60.00
400.67
0.00
1658.56
85.06
1994.41
0.00
677.37
0.08
0.00
0.00
20.03
15304.67
2003-04
Actual
beneficiaries
237244
12550
26506
30475
82
49005
15918
4430
6021
15937
137014
89577
78229
228677
1187
1210
43130
21715
78373
0
201437
7926
403425
24119
168386
0
0
7793
3694
1894060
Amount
released
5449.14
412.41
0.00
352.72
0.00
1373.70
228.53
11.82
95.99
281.04
2481.94
677.57
1278.93
2765.58
82.77
15.55
0.00
0.00
1207.70
0.00
2184.45
174.24
5137.58
0.00
2165.81
0.00
0.00
22.16
99.74
26499.37
57
2004-05
Actual
beneficiaries
276880
14007
29031
33523
92
81766
15930
5216
4581
10950
87103
73550
82554
288182
2744
1331
45718
5920
83948
194
234324
8491
391380
25805
166415
62
0
10021
3578
1983296
Amount
released
8434.74
228.28
1000.00
1567.79
1.93
463.84
425.90
31.21
28.80
84.31
2699.81
999.49
1366.60
4220.47
84.13
4.67
0.00
0.00
1157.87
0.00
2891.70
195.84
5937.70
302.25
849.22
0.89
0.00
6.65
43.35
33027.44
2005-06
Actual
beneficiaries
346495
23370
37187
65697
94
81656
15510
5295
5974
12045
154265
81234
81602
318515
3380
1464
NA
6930
79985
NA
241718
8640
481804
27784
180789
79
NA
371
2438
2264321
Amount
released
Actual
beneficiaries
(anticipated)
9435.46
490.41
1100.00
526.00
3.00
940.12
456.00
143.87
136.31
0.00
2652.00
3771.00
3064.10
8490.95
126.43
8.33
0.00
0.00
1508.34
0.00
6982.18
222.39
11087.00
2961.13
3279.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
90.00
54,809.52
399960
21600
37425
46356
104
80141
18812
5593
12834
13740
169690
88452
89495
334441
3719
1554
0
43370
120328
0
253803
9040
511122
30608
203710
0
0
443
2519
2498859
Total
amount
released
35,550.58
1624.73
2100.00
2783.31
7.63
2837.80
1566.96
208.74
366.45
631.99
9550.35
7060.66
6571.98
17831.99
412.76
40.92
0.00
299.90
4744.71
0.00
14885.84
816.24
26461.63
1010.12
7882.46
3.97
0.00
28.81
288.12
145,568.65
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-X
(Reference Paragraph 8.1.3.1)
Central assistance released under the scheme of Post-Matric Scholarships for STs alongwith number of beneficiaries
(Rupees in lakh)
2001-02
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
2002-03
Name of State/UT
Amount
released
Actual
beneficiaries
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Himachal Pradesh
J&K
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
A&N Island
Daman & Diu
Uttaranchal
Chhattisgarh
Jharkhand
Goa
Total
1915.09
0
0
0
0
20.27
39.03
239.75
92.00
323.18
368.61
737.49
732.71
249.00
509.82
0
1110.05
0
3.31
90.79
6.4
73.63
0.55
0
166.54
0
0
0
6678.22
58060
1130
44965
2257
59417
3955
2899
37458
3555
36746
54286
31746
36251
13590
21898
30545
61872
370
418
6217
378
12391
171
0
8117
44147
30221
0
603060
Amount
released
774.88
0
1275.94
0
0
0
6.5
75.38
0
0
165.02
820.11
805.98
370.98
697.19
0
131.95
0
0
0
0
0
1.59
1.05
0
32.07
0
0
5158.64
2003-04
Actual
beneficiaries
60652
3544
0
1929
74172
2280
5116
24455
4624
40032
55403
32152
39876
14190
24753
33526
65199
689
589
5462
354
13323
199
14
8582
46907
27272
0
585294
Amount
released
2435.70
65.19
0
0
185.27
0
0
0
0
81.62
391.92
928.93
339.99
369.00
1028.61
0
484.00
12.69
0
161.09
0
94.57
0.89
0
0
0
0
0
6579.47
58
2004-05
Actual
beneficiaries
69427
8190
57850
1796
162446
2956
993
31892
5200
41649
55449
30274
41869
17612
27615
39113
68404
672
1545
6251
468
11135
111
19
9839
54645
8187
262
755869
Amount
released
1084.23
0
100.00
0
222.43
9.17
196.07
400.00
146.14
899.04
1042.86
538.97
926.28
900.99
507.00
0
1792.57
15.01
49.05
296.19
107.62
345.31
2.74
0
137.5
206.45
200.00
12.09
10137.71
Actual
beneficiaries
107562
13347
15117
1785
97923
2810
5783
37468
5783
55019
77923
31427
43962
38368
30309
33623
73297
647
2108
7438
5079
20764
184
24
10277
46752
20452
557
785788
2005-06
Actual
Amount
beneficiaries
released
(anticipated)
3606.78
0.00
1200.32
0.00
2447.59
6.61
508.08
2020.50
289.72
288.70
1031.44
1794.00
1925.31
840.85
982.50
100.00
1261.98
9.94
17.86
195.14
56.07
245.21
3.09
0.00
85.05
1254.04
841.26
6.04
21018.09
118484
13347
64898
2982
98763
3520
8688
41218
6600
46000
88908
34570
45000
27475
32000
39898
80373
1232
2231
8802
4900
19360
292
30
10937
53658
21637
590
876303
Total
amount
released
9816.69
65.19
2576.26
0.00
2855.29
36.05
749.68
2735.63
527.86
1592.54
2999.85
4819.50
4730.27
2730.82
3725.12
100.00
4780.55
37.64
70.22
743.21
170.09
758.72
8.86
1.05
389.09
1492.56
1041.26
18.13
49572.13
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex XI
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.3.3)
Short coverage of eligible beneficiaries
Sl.
no.
1.
2.
State
Scheme
Andhra
Pradesh
Pre MS
Assam
Pre MS
In seven of the test checked districts no scholarship was paid to eligible
beneficiaries during 2001-04. In West Godavari no scholarship was
paid during 2002-04 due to non release of funds by CSW.
Test check of records of 11 districts disclosed that 2313 students were
not covered though the Director of Welfare (SC), reported cent percent
coverage against receipt of applications during 2001-06.
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
3.
Bihar
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
4.
Chhattisgarh
Pre MS
5.
Daman & Diu
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
6.
Delhi
7.
Gujarat
Post
(SC)
Post
(ST)
8.
Himachal
Pradesh
MS
MS
Pre MS
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
9.
Jharkhand
10.
J&K
11.
Karnataka
Remarks
Pre MS
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
Post
MS
(SC)
In the test checked districts, 26031 (for SC) and 8865 (for ST)
applications were received for scholarship against which 22024 and
6088 students respectively were covered during 2001-06 due to
shortage of funds.
In 2 test checked districts, 3746 students (3725-SC and 21-ST) could
not get their scholarship due to shortage of funds. Further, the records
of number of applications received for scholarship were not available in
8 other test checked districts. Therefore, audit could not ascertain the
extent of uncovered students.
In 4 test checked districts, 5360 beneficiaries remained uncovered due
to lack of budget/funds during 2001-06 and in respect of 32
beneficiaries, cheques were prepared but not disbursed.
Test check of selected institutions revealed that four children were
deprived of the scholarship as they had not applied for the same due to
non awareness of the scheme. Further, certain vocational courses such
as ITI Diploma were not included in the purview of the scheme.
Coverage of students of correspondence courses was poor. Only 3
students from IGNOU were covered during 2004-06.
In Surat district, 29441 ST students were deprived of the scholarship in
2001-02 due to non release of Rs. 26 lakh by the Government. In one
University, 1775 students could not get the scholarship of Rs. 40.69
lakh for 2004-06 till March 2006 as the forms were not sent by the
University to the District Backward Class Welfare Office.
In 6 test checked districts, 6882 beneficiaries remained uncovered
during 2001-06. The reasons for shortfall were not intimated.
In 7 test checked districts, against 5803 applications received, only
4874 scholarships were disbursed. Reasons for shortfall were not
intimated by the Director of Secondary Education.
In one district of Jharkhand, 175 students provided scholarship during
2001-02, were not provided scholarship during 2002-06 for which no
reasons were given.
In 5 districts, 4378 SC & ST students during 2002-06 were not paid
scholarship.
In Jammu division, 15 students (SC-9 and ST-6) were not covered as
the department did not apply the enhanced income limit.
In 3 districts, 20473 applications received from the students were
pending due to non release of funds.
Pre MS:- Pre-Matric Scholarship
Post MS:- Post-Matric Scholarship
59
Report No. 14 of 2007
Sl.
no.
12.
State
Maharashtra
13.
Orissa
14.
Punjab
Scheme
Pre MS
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
Post
MS
(SC & ST)
Pre MS
Post
(SC)
MS
15.
Rajasthan
Post
MS
(SC &ST)
16.
Uttar Pradesh
Pre MS
Post
MS
(SC&ST)
17.
West Bengal
Pre MS
Post
MS
(SC&ST)
Remarks
In 9 districts, 5481 out of 92791 applications were pending during
2001-06. The district officials stated that the applications were pending
due to lack of sufficient funds.
3743 to 27090 applications were pending during 2001-06 in 10 districts
due to paucity of funds.
In 4 DWOs and 5 colleges, 3954 SC students and 7711 ST students
remained uncovered for different periods during 2001-06 due to nonavailability funds.
Test check of records of three schools revealed that 54 eligible students
were not covered due to late submission of form by the Principal
during 2004-05.
Application forms for award of scholarship to 1849 students during
2001-06 in 27 institutions were sent to the implementing agencies.
Funds were however not released by them. Further, the scheme was
not implemented in Industrial Training Institutes during 2001-05 due to
non clearance of the scheme by the Department of Welfare.
Scholarships to 2356 students (1600 SC and 756 ST) of institutions run
by the Directorate, Sanskriti Education in the state during 2004-06
were not disbursed due to non allotment of budget by SWD. In 3 out
of 9 test checked districts, scholarship was not distributed to 13785
students (2076 SC and 11709 ST) due to short release of funds. In 21
colleges out of 53 test checked colleges and in 10 schools out of 18,
scholarships to 8459 students (2081 SC and 6378 ST) were not
distributed due to shortage of budget.
During 2004-06, no funds were allotted to Gonda district though 350
students benefited during 2001-04. Similarly, funds were not provided
to Etah district during 2001-03 while 1569 to 3640 students were
provided scholarship during 2003-06.
444 institutions in 9 districts were not allotted funds due to non
availability of funds as stated by the concerned DSWOs. On the other
hand, some institutions were allotted excess funds resulting in Rs. 6.67
crore being surrendered instead of being disbursed which indicated
financial mismanagement. During 2003-04 some more castes were
declared as scheduled tribes, but no scholarship funds were released to
the DSWO, Azamgarh, Ballia, Sidharthnagar and Jaunpur for 2005-06
as these DSWOs did not demand funds for ST students. In 2004-05,
funds were not provided for 4662 (SC) students of Allahabad
University.
In 6 districts, 1993 eligible students were deprived of benefits during
2001-06 due to non-release of funds though these students had
submitted applications. Further, the scheme was not implemented in
six to 20 municipalities during 2001-06 and six to 12 blocks during
2001-05 out of 31 municipalities and 97 blocks in the test checked
districts. No students in 97 blocks were given such scholarship during
2005-06. In Cooch Behar district, no application was invited from
eligible students during 2005-06.
In 7 districts, 25000 and 4000 SC & ST students who submitted
applications were deprived of the benefits of the scheme as of March
2006 due to non release of funds.
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex XII
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.3.4)
Scholarship paid to ineligible beneficiaries
Sl.
no.
State
Scheme
1.
Andhra
Pradesh
Pre MS
2.
Arunachal
Pradesh
Post MS
(ST)
3.
Chhattisgarh
Pre MS
Amount
(Rupees in
lakh)
0.35
NA
4.88
Post MS
(SC
&ST)
10.73
4.
Haryana
Post MS
(SC)
0.28
5.
Jharkhand
Post MS
(SC
&ST)
0.16
6.
Madhya
Pradesh
Pre MS
NA
7.
Maharashtra
Pre MS
6.18
8.
Nagaland
Post MS
(ST)
1.57
9.
Pondicherry
Pre MS
11.60
Remarks
In one district scholarship amounting to Rs. 0.35 lakh was
paid during 2004-06 to 20 ineligible candidates i.e. children
of auto drivers, contractors, private/government employees
on the basis of recommendation of ASWO.
In 10 test checked schools of five districts it was observed
that income criteria prescribed for awarding of scholarship
had not been strictly adhered to. In one school a student
whose father was a member of the State Civil Service had
been selected for award of scholarship.
In ACTD Bastar, scholarship amounting to Rs. 4.70 lakh
was sanctioned and paid during 2001-06 to students not
belonging to families engaged in unclean occupations.
Besides, scholarship was paid to students not belonging to
this category in 35 out of 150 cases in Sarguja district. In
ACTD Raigarh, in 17 cases scholarship of Rs. 0.18 lakh
was paid to students who failed in previous classes.
Test check of records of ACTD Raigarh revealed that 39
SC/ST students were reimbursed fee amounting to
Rs. 10.73 lakh under the scheme during 2004-06 though
their parents’ incomes were more than the prescribed limit
of Rs. 1 lakh.
Records of the office of DWO Sirsa revealed that Rs. 0.28
lakh was paid to one student (SC) during 2004-06 whose
parents’ income was more than the prescribed limit of Rs. 1
lakh.
Payment of Rs. 0.16 lakh was made on account of
reimbursement of fee and scholarship to 3 students in West
Singhbhum district during 2001-04 though their parents’
income was more than the prescribed income level.
In Ujjain district, scholarship was paid to 7653 ineligible
children during 2001-03 due to inadequate scrutiny of
occupation certificates. In two other districts (Jhabua-6308
cases and Mandsaur-NA), the certificate of engagement did
not indicate the actual occupation and main source of
income of parents whose children benefitted under the
scheme.
In 4 out of 10 districts, the District Social Welfare Office
extended scholarship benefits amounting to Rs. 6.18 lakh to
625 students whose parents were not engaged in unclean
occupations during the period 2001-06.
In 8 unrecognised colleges, scholarship of Rs. 1.57 lakh
was irregularly paid to 38 ST beneficiaries, as it was
sanctioned on the basis of affidavit instead of income
certificate obtained from the competent authority.
Rs. 11.60 lakh was paid during 2004-06 to children of
sanitary assistants and safaiwalas working in Government.
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State
Scheme
10.
Punjab
Post MS
(SC)
11.
Rajasthan
Post MS
(SC
&ST)
Total
Amount
(Rupees in
lakh)
2.33
870.00
Remarks
Scholarship amounting to Rs. 1.23 lakh pertaining to the
year 2001-02 was paid to 2 SC students whose parents’
income exceeded the income ceiling and scholarship of
Rs. 1.10 lakh was paid for the same year to a backward
class student also although he was not entitled under the
scheme.
The SWD and Tribal Area Development Department
(TAD) made payment of scholarship amounting to Rs. 8.70
crore to students studying in 48 unrecognised centres
during 2001-06.
908.08
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Annex XIII
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.3.6)
Delayed payment of scholarship
Sl.
no.
1.
2.
State
Scheme
Remarks
Andhra
Pradesh
Post MS (SC)
Chhattisgarh
Pre MS
Delay of one to three months in receipt of scholarship amount was
noticed throughout the year in all six test checked districts. The
scholarship amount for the last quarter was received after the
academic year. In Mahboobnagar, Rs. 92.50 lakh was released in
second quarter of 2003-04 for clearing the arrears of 2002-03.
Drawal of scholarship amount of Rs. 1.52 crore after a delay of two
to six months in five test checked districts during 2001-05 resulted in
delayed payment to students in the subsequent academic year or at
the end of the financial year.
Rs. 283.92 lakh (for SC) and Rs. 388.81 lakh (for ST) were
disbursed during the subsequent year or at the fag end of the
financial year in five test checked districts. Further, in five test
checked districts it was also observed that Rs. 14.31 crore (for ST)
and Rs. 13.80 crore (for SC) was drawn with a delay of two to six
months. This resulted in delayed payment to the students.
In 7 cases, scholarships were granted to students who completed the
courses 2-3 years earlier during 2003-06.
Twenty cheques for Rs. 0.73 lakh were released to 20 students 4-5
days before the expiry date during 2004-05. Consequently, all 20
cheques were returned for revalidation resulting in delay in
distribution of scholarship.
Claims of Rs. 1.40 lakh pertaining to the earlier years were paid in
subsequent years during 2001-04.
Claims (SC-39 and ST-236) were not paid within the same year due
to budget constraints. Further, test check in 24 institutions revealed
that out of 142 cases, disbursement in respect of 70 cases was made
after a gap of 3 to 4 months from the date of issue of sanction orders.
In 8 test checked colleges, scholarships amounting to Rs. 62.84 lakh
were paid after a delay of one year.
During 2001-06, Rs. 1.85 crore was released to the implementing
agencies with delays of two to seven months which delayed payment
to 5099 students. Scholarship in respect of 2500 students for the
year 2005-06 had not been released till September 2006.
Test check of records of 4 districts revealed that stipend/scholarship
money pertaining to one academic session was not paid during the
same academic session (2001-06) and remained unpaid even at the
close of the financial year. Further, in 16 colleges of 2 districts,
14255 students (2319 SC and 11963 ST) were paid scholarship with
delays of 3 to 24 months.
In 13 institutions, the last instalment was released at the fag end of
the financial year and disbursed to the beneficiaries during the next
year.
In 10 test checked districts, it was observed that during 2001-06
majority of the funds were made available only towards the end of
the year as a result of which the maintenance grants to the students
could be disbursed only in the next academic year. Further, during
2001-06 in 59 test checked colleges, the entire amount of scholarship
was paid during the end of the year or the next year.
Funds were released during 2001-06 at the fag end of the year
resulting in delay in disbursement of scholarship.
Post MS (SC
& ST)
3.
Daman & Diu
4.
Delhi
5.
Goa
Post MS
(SC/ST)
Post MS (SC)
Pre MS
Post MS (SC
& ST)
6.
Gujarat
Post MS (SC
& ST)
Post MS-SC
7.
Haryana
8.
Jharkhand
Post MS (SC
& ST)
9.
Kerala
Post MS (SC)
10.
Maharashtra
Post MS (SC
& ST)
11.
Manipur
Post MS (SC
& ST)
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12.
Meghalaya
13.
14.
State
Scheme
Remarks
Punjab
Post MS (SC
& ST)
Post MS-SC
Rajasthan
Pre MS
State government delayed the release of funds by 3 to 14 months in
the case of PMS-SC and 3 to 12 months in the case of PMS-ST.
Funds amounting to Rs. 30.09 lakh for the years 2001-05 were
released by DPI (C) and DPI (S) during subsequent academic years
with delays ranging between 3 to 27 months.
Central share was received in March 2002 but the Social Welfare
Department released Rs. 61.24 lakh to the Director, Elementary
Education in June 2002 as a result of which scholarship was
distributed after the session was over.
Due to delays of 2 to 9 months in the sanctioning of funds by SWD,
scholarship amounting to Rs. 17.53 crore was distributed in the next
academic session.
In one district, due to non release of required funds to the colleges
and delay on the part of the colleges/institutions in submission of
claims during 2003-06, scholarship amounting to Rs. 2.25 lakh was
disbursed to 216 beneficiaries in the succeeding years.
During 2003-06 in 6 test checked districts, 16204 students were paid
scholarship in the succeeding years.
8 institutions of 6 districts were not aware of the amount of
scholarship sent to them as the DSWO had remitted the scholarship
directly to the banks and the list of beneficiaries to concerned
District Inspector of schools. The latter did not forward the list to
the institutions. This resulted in late disbursement and nonutilisation of scholarship by the institutions.
Post MS (SC
& ST)
15.
16.
Tamil Nadu
Pre MS
Uttar Pradesh
Post MS (SC
& ST)
Post MS (SC)
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex XIV
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.3.7)
Scholarships partially disbursed/not disbursed
Sl.
no.
1.
State
Andhra Pradesh
Scheme
Pre MS
Post MS
(SC
&ST)
2
Assam
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
3.
Chhattisgarh
4.
Gujarat
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
5.
Himachal
Pradesh
Pre MS
6.
Jharkhand
Pre MS
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
Post MS
(SC)
7.
Meghalaya
8.
Orissa
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
9.
Punjab
Pre MS
Post MS
(SC)
Remarks
In West Godavari, 1540 students were paid only adhoc grant during
2001-02 and no scholarship during 2005-06. In Hyderabad, adhoc
grant amounting to Rs. 0.50 lakh was not paid to 91 students during
2004-06 despite availability of funds.
In two districts, scholarship amounting to Rs. 1.78 lakh relating to 86
students were refunded as the students completed the courses and left
the colleges. Further, the Ministry of Tribal Affairs issued instructions
enhancing maintenance charges in February 2004 but Commissioner
Tribal Welfare of the State issued an order enhancing maintenance
charges only from the academic year 2005-06. The delay resulted in all
the ST students being deprived of the enhanced rate for one year.
Records of the Directors of Welfare of Plain Tribes & Backward
Classes (WPTBC) and Welfare of SCs revealed that funds were
released to the field offices after a lapse of 1-6 years when the
beneficiaries left the colleges.
Scholarship amounting to Rs. 1.04 lakh was not paid at prescribed rate
in one district to 132 SC and 12 ST students
In two districts, there was underpayment of scholarship amounting to
Rs. 11.56 lakh to 2750 ST students due to incorrect classification of
group after revision of the scheme w.e.f. 1.4.2004. Further 6689 ST
and 287 SC students were not paid arrears aggregating to Rs. 55.27
lakh and Rs. 1.78 lakh respectively during 2003-04.
Records of the Dy. Directors of six test checked districts revealed that
scholarship amounting to Rs. 34.48 lakh relating to 4017 students for
the year 2002-04 was not disbursed as of August 2006 as list of
beneficiaries was awaited from the district welfare officer till August
2006.
In 14 schools of 3 test checked districts, stipend of Rs. 7.09 lakh was
not disbursed to 1336 students by the concerned DWOs during 200106.
In 5 test checked districts, 1378 SC and 3711 ST students were not paid
scholarship amounting to Rs. 20.66 lakh and Rs. 73.94 lakh
respectively during 2002-06.
Rs. 7.08 lakh was sanctioned by GOI in March 2004 as Additional
Central Assistance for payment of scholarship to SC students. The
amount could not be drawn as it was received after the expiry of the
financial year 2003-04. The sanction is yet to be revalidated. Thus,
due to delay in revalidation of sanctioned amount, the scholarship
could not be disbursed to SC students subsequently.
In 13 and 11 test-checked units, scholarship of Rs. 9.81 lakh and
Rs. 12.92 lakh received for disbursement to SC & ST students
respectively for different periods during 2001-06 remained undisbursed
(September 2006). In five test checked units, Rs. 2.54 lakh relating to
the period 2001-06 remained undisbursed as of September 2005.
Scholarship of Rs. 0.97 lakh relating to 384 students for the year 200405 was not disbursed and was lying unspent with the District Education
Officer (September 2006).
Maintenance allowance was paid short by Rs. 0.80 lakh to 125 SC
students in 5 test checked institutions during April 2003 to April 2006.
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10.
11.
12.
State
Scheme
Rajasthan
Pre MS
Uttaranchal
Pre MS
Uttar Pradesh
Post MS
(SC
&ST)
Pre MS
Remarks
In one district, scholarships were partially distributed to 11033
beneficiaries and in two districts, scholarships were not disbursed to
5624 beneficiaries during 2001-06.
Two DSWOs did not release adhoc grants of Rs. 3.53 lakh to 524
students during 2001-06.
Scholarships amounting to Rs. 10.92 lakh were not disbursed at revised
rates to 1498 students of graduation and intermediate standard in 10
colleges of selected districts.
In 3 schools, scholarships were distributed to 48 students @ Rs. 900
instead of Rs. 1150 during 2003-04 and to 21 students @ Rs. 778 in
place of Rs. 950 in 2004-05.
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Annex XV
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.3.8)
Excess payment of scholarship
Sl.
no.
State
Scheme
Amount
paid in
excess
(Rupees in
lakh)
1502.00
1.
Andhra
Pradesh
Post MS
(SC)
2.
Chhattisgarh
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
15.97
3.
Haryana
Post MS
(SC)
12.01
4.
Jharkhand
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
5.51
5.
Manipur
Post MS
(SC &
ST)
NA
6.
Mizoram
Post MS
(ST)
95.90
7.
Pondicherry
MS
16.92
8.
Tamil Nadu
MS
&
19.24
9.
Uttar Pradesh
Post
(SC)
Post
(SC
ST)
Post
(SC)
MS
2345.00
Total
4012.55
Remarks
The State Government did not restrict payment to 1/3 rate
applicable to hostellers resulting in excess payment of
Rs. 15.02 crore to 53357 SC and 2776 ST students of the
Andhra
Pradesh
Social
Welfare
Residential
schools/colleges.
During 2003-06, excess payment of Rs. 15.13 lakh was
made by ACTD Bastar by way of payment of additional
Rs. 100 per month to 1514 hostellers in two districts and in
Rs. 0.84 lakh was paid in excess to 58 students due to non
payment at the prescribed rate for group-III courses during
2005-06.
In 4 institutions, payment was made during 2003-06 at
higher rates which resulted in excess payment of Rs. 11.28
lakh to 490 students. Rs. 0.73 lakh was overpaid during
2001-06 in two DWOs and one institute due to payment of
maintenance charges for the whole year.
Scholarship was disbursed to 781 students at higher rate in
19 colleges of 2 test checked districts. The DWOs stated
that excess payment of scholarship would be recovered from
the concerned students.
The maintenance charges were paid at full rate instead of 1/3
rate. Audit could not compute the actual overpayment as
records were not maintained properly.
Payment of maintenance allowance and fees to 25920
awardees during 2005-06 was made for 12 months instead
of 10 months.
Department classified 1064 SC students of diploma courses
in Group-III instead of Group-IV.
Maintenance charges were paid at full rate to 2398 hostellers
provided with free boarding and lodging facilities in 5 test
checked districts.
Records in ten districts and six institutions confirmed
payment of maintenance charge at full rate instead of 1/3rd
rate due to lack of awareness of the provision of the scheme.
Thus maintenance charges amounting to Rs. 35.17 crore
were paid to 72810 students during 2001-06 at full rate
instead of 1/3rd rate.
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Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex-XVI
(Refers to Paragraph 8.1.7.3)
Status of construction of hostels
Hostels
Scheme
No. of
hostels
sanctioned
by GOI
H-SC
114
Central
funds
released
(Rupees
in lakh)
1360.40
H-ST
H-SC
73
36
842.00
18.00
2001-04
2001-06
19
-
8
-
14
-
H-ST
2
100.00
2
-
-
Arunachal
Pradesh
H-ST
7
109.94
Released
in 199899
2001-06
5
2
-
Gujarat
H-SC
1
-
1982-83
-
1
-
H-ST
7
99.45
2001-06
-
7
-
State/UT
Andhra
Pradesh
Assam
Period
Completed
Under
constructions
Yet to
be
started
2003-06
64
34
16
68
Remarks
Construction was delayed due to delay in providing site, land
disputes, delays at tender processing stage, selection of unsuitable
site etc. Information relating to 32 ST hostels sanctioned during
2001-02 was not furnished.
No records regarding estimate, capacity of the hostels, date of
commencement/completion of works were produced to audit.
These hostels were completed in 2005-06 after seven years of
central release due to delay in release of central share and state
share by the State Government.
Construction of one hostel was completed except electrification and
water supply, for which the reasons stated were non-release of
balance amount of Rs. 5.00 lakh by GOI till October 2006. In case
of the other hostel, state share of Rs. 21.43 lakh had not been
released till October 2006.
Though GOI allotted funds for construction of a hostel in Rajkot
district for SC students in 1982-83, the estimate was approved in
1996-97 and Rs. 10 lakh was released in 1999. Audit observed
that the construction did not commence till 2000-01. Meanwhile,
the plan was revised with an estimated cost of Rs. 2.14 crore. The
building was not completed till February 2006.
The department incurred expenditure of Rs. 0.62 crore (38 per
cent) out of the total funds of Rs. 1.61 crore (central fund Rs.
99.45 lakh and state fund Rs. 61.78 lakh) during 2001-06.
Report No. 14 of 2007
Scheme
No. of
hostels
sanctioned
by GOI
Haryana
H-SC
4
Central
funds
released
(Rupees
in lakh)
140.04
Himachal
Pradesh
H-SC
33
2311.85
2001-06
-
33
-
H-ST
H-SC
3
6
177.84
63.61
2001-02
2001-06
-
3
6
-
Jharkhand
H-SC
78
786.00
2001-06
46
32
-
Karnataka
H-ST
H-SC
H-ST
106
31
16
2892.00
597.73
328.33
2001-06
2004-05
2003-06
67
-
39
-
31
16
Kerala
H-SC
3
92.50
2001-05
-
1
2
H-ST
5
22.64
2001-02
1
1
3
Manipur
H-ST
35
142.50
2005-06
8
26
1
Madhya
Pradesh
H-ST
145
1624.00
2001-06
14
131
-
H-SC
397
NA
2001-06
236
133
28
State/UT
Jammu
Kashmir
&
Hostels
Period
Completed
Under
constructions
Yet to
be
started
2000-01
-
-
4
69
Remarks
Late administrative sanction and late approval of rough cost
estimates were the reasons for not starting the work.
Reasons for non-completion of hostels were not available with the
Director, Social Justice & Empowerment.
Delay was due to non release of funds by SWD, escalation of cost,
improper planning and transfer of work by R&B department
(executing agency) to J&K Project Construction Corporation.
Hostels remained incomplete though sufficient funds were
available.
Delay was due to non-processing of tenders.
Delay in releasing matching grant by the State government in 11
cases and non finalisation of tenders in 5 cases.
Work was not completed due to non-identification of land/delay in
commencing the work etc.
Construction of hostels did not start for want of administrative
sanction of State government in two cases and transfer of land not
being clear in one case.
Delay was due to non-release of central assistance during 2001-04
and release of State share at the fag end of the year.
The hostels were sanctioned by GOI in 2002-03. Non-completion
of work was attributed to delay in receipt of central share, nonavailability of land, delay in tendering process and delay on the part
of contractors.
Failure to commence construction of 28 hostels was attributed to
non availability of land or land disputes. Delays in construction
work were attributed to delays in selection of land, court cases,
delays in tendering process and delays by the contractors.
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Scheme
No. of
hostels
sanctioned
by GOI
H-ST
31
Central
funds
released
(Rupees
in lakh)
722.00
H-SC
15
115.24
2002-03
-
15
-
Meghalaya
H-ST
10
27.50
2002-03
-
10
-
Nagaland
H-SC
300.46
2003-05
-
2
-
H-ST
2
(by
Nagaland
University)
6
431.00
2001-06
2
4
-
Orissa
H-SC
20
191.96
2001-03
-
20
-
Punjab
H-ST
H-SC
96.46
25.95
2001-04
1998-03
-
12
-
2
Rajasthan
H-SC
12
2
(one for
extension)
35
327.25
1998-99
-
17
18
State/UT
Maharashtra
Hostels
Period
Completed
Under
constructions
Yet to
be
started
2001-06
26
5
-
70
Remarks
District offices stated that since the work was entrusted to PWD
they were not in a position to clarify the reasons for delay.
Delay was attributed to delay in release of grant to NGOs, non
release of state share and failure of district officials to monitor the
physical progress of work.
Construction of hostels was delayed due to delayed released of state
share.
Due to delay in site selection and redesign of architectural drawings
the Nagaland University incurred expenditure of Rs. 17.80 lakh
during 2005-06 on site leveling and consultancy etc. leaving a
balance of Rs. 3.22 crore (including university share).
Instead of constructing the hostels, the government gave 50 per
cent of central share to voluntary organisation and co-operative
societies which was not as per the provisions of the scheme and 50
per cent state share is yet to be received.
Reasons for non completion were not furnished by the State
Government.
Rs. 51.91 lakh including central assistance of Rs. 25.95 lakh
remained blocked for more than 8 years due to lack of
administrative approval from education department.
Government of Rajasthan provided Rs. 2.97 crore as its share in
2004-06 i.e after a delay of 5 to 6 years. Consequently, there was
escalation in cost of construction and 17 out of 35 hostels are still
under construction. Due to late release of fund by the state
government and escalation in cost of construction, remaining 18
hostels not started so far.
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Scheme
No. of
hostels
sanctioned
by GOI
H-ST
15
Central
funds
released
(Rupees
in lakh)
196.17
Sikkim
H-SC
1
48.00
2002-03
-
1
-
Tamil Nadu
H-SC
177
2787.85
2003-05
104
57
16
Tripura
H-SC
H-ST
3
5
343.15
100.00
2001-06
2001-06
2
3
3
-
Uttar Pradesh
H-SC
41
842.00
2001-06
27
3
11
West Bengal
H-SC
H-ST
34
32
NA
NA
1990-06
-do-
28
29
4
3
2
-
1543
18263.82
686
622
167
State/UT
Total
Hostels
Period
Completed
Under
constructions
Yet to
be
started
1998-99
6
6
3
71
Remarks
Central share of Rs. 1.96 crore received in January 1999 for
construction of 15 hostels was kept in the PD account of the Project
Director. The TAD issued sanction for construction of 12 hostels
in March 2003, out of which construction of 6 hostels was still in
progress.
Though funds were released by GOI in September 2003.
construction work could not commence in 2002-03 due to nonavailability of suitable land. Ultimately the department purchased a
half completed four storied building. The construction of civil
work was completed in May 2006, but it has not been handed over
so far since minor repairs and electrical lines have not been
completed as of September 2006.
As of February 2007, in case of five hostels site was not available,
in 11 hostels tenders were to be called and for 57 hostels, which
were under progress, no specific reasons furnished by the
department for delay.
Reasons not furnished.
Delay was attributed to revision of estimate following soil testing
of the work site and delay in release of funds by the State
Government.
Reasons for non completion of 14 hostels were two hostels not
sanctioned, land not available for four hostels, one hostel yet to
start, three hostels were under construction and inventory sent but
not accepted by SWD in four cases.
Construction of two hostels was not started due to inaction on the
part of the department in taking physical possession of the allotted
land. Delay in completion of 7 other hostels was attributed to nonavailability of suitable land, local problems and delayed payment
by the State Government to executing agencies.
Report No. 14 of 2007
Annex XVII (a)
(Refer to Paragraph 8.2)
Gross Enrolment Ratio
(In percentage)
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Decrease with
reference to
2001-02
SC Boys
State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Decrease with reference to
2001-02
SC Girls
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2002-03
2003-04
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2002-03
2003-04
100.31
87.59
94.31
0
92.94
0
6.0
7.37
93.73
85.47
91.07
0
90.14
0
2.66
3.59
105.41
80.81
97.70
68.41
106.34
79.86
90.06
90.30
59.55
111.10
96.62
102.91
85.16
117.27
68.09
70.81
100.72
98.19
74.99
80.32
96.77
15.11
21.26
37.32
10.00
66.02
47.05
91.42
105.82
72.80
82.22
104.26
23.42
0.29
31.35
85.33
37.30
97.70
90.26
100.19
83.67
112.48
4.11
10.04
3.43
89.44
47.34
81.21
62.46
94.43
77.71
82.03
91.28
68.55
107.02
89.55
112.60
108.24
88.84
94.88
99.43
0
108.74
100.93
108.83
77.09
66.02
105.34
111.76
103.45
115.34
84.92
108.10
0
0
97.18
87.33
107.22
81.03
63.53
107.01
93.22
105.52
101.71
113.32
88.87
0
0
82.98
95.15
89.33
14.19
2.53
1.68
10.25
5.02
0.01
9.15
7.08
7.53
70.50
42.73
97.68
85.55
89.38
100.81
78.26
93.54
95.06
0
87.44
100.31
48.30
70.90
45.27
100.46
107.36
87.07
112.05
80.94
112.57
0
0
87.67
89.53
85.87
81.49
45.57
94.17
89.58
88.26
99.94
109.20
92.24
0
0
95.92
100.72
73.45
3.92
6.01
11.56
13.60
1.61
25.76
5.78
19.50
72
21.63
3.51
2.31
1.12
0.87
1.30
10.78
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Sl.
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24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Decrease with
reference to
2001-02
SC Boys
State/UT
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
A&N Islands
Chandigarh
D&N Haveli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
Lakshadweep
Pondicherry
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
76.49
97.94
100.69
79.83
101.34
106.63
0
80.31
109.38
99.47
62.57
0
98.60
100.37
95.27
100.34
71.54
101.35
88.40
0
58.67
112.46
116.07
59.09
0
119.43
73.46
108.88
105.84
74.58
104.59
113.82
0
65.69
100.12
99.01
61.32
0
118.00
2002-03
2003-04
2.67
0.35
8.29
5.25
18.23
21.64
14.65
9.26
0.46
1.25
3.48
73
Decrease with reference to
2001-02
SC Girls
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2002-03
2003-04
74.02
88.45
89.85
42.56
100.11
91.99
0
74.41
100.30
72.49
54.23
0
86.50
105.93
98.54
93.67
43.91
97.48
82.10
0
59.62
112.46
123.97
62.83
0
113.65
77.46
102.23
103.59
46.04
105.67
107.54
61.33
104.96
97.61
61.24
114.87
2.63
9.89
14.79
-
13.08
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Gross Enrolment Ratio
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhatisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
ST Boys
Decrease with
reference to
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
90.43
108.29
95.58
103.90
83.15
97.77
4.39
104.62
83.69
106.37
102.66
106.15
89.83
75.20
45.23
94.87
71.74
95.66
115.12
73.90
84.17
107.43
0
87.88
0
111.41
39.54
104.25
104.21
93.99
84.75
101.88
98.03
94.27
113.54
86.28
107.90
0
102.72
39.54
74.60
101.39
101.50
73.85
99.90
95.27
72.30
103.38
58.96
80.86
0
100.36
70.60
94.26
96.82
110.30
90.65
110.91
112.63
84.81
105.47
64.07
92.24
0
91.69
(In percentage)
Decrease with reference to
2001-02
ST Girls
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2002-03
2003-04
7.28
10.52
76.48
89.45
88.70
92.00
74.13
82.54
-
2.35
6.91
29.42
38.46
11.50
30.92
10.49
-
30.72
18.27
-
94.14
56.26
90.16
77.15
95.29
0
76.31
70.96
24.45
79.35
58.82
90.11
0
103.26
76.45
71.47
104.32
0
90.33
0
112.02
23.18
31.81
10.81
18.33
5.18
-
17.69
4.96
-
29.65
2.82
10.90
1.98
2.76
21.97
10.16
27.32
27.04
2.36
9.99
7.39
0.97
9.46
8.07
22.21
15.66
11.03
0
78.06
97.12
92.60
61.51
92.99
82.50
93.00
92.60
65.00
72.59
0
45.26
25.15
55.23
89.77
97.14
55.39
90.52
93.14
77.57
105.33
57.89
68.51
0
81.63
52.96
74.98
90.80
107.60
67.95
95.10
103.68
90.49
97.46
56.31
87.09
0
78.46
22.83
7.35
6.12
2.47
15.43
7.11
4.08
-
3.08
6.32
2.51
8.69
-
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Sl.
No.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
State/UT
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
A&N Islands
Chandigarh
D&N Haveli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
Lakshadweep
Pondicherry
ST Boys
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
81.31
92.84
97.36
82.70
90.79
96.48
80.67
0
111.75
106.16
0
99.16
0
100.59
98.43
101.41
122.92
97.74
90.57
99.60
0
101.75
113.84
0
111.92
0
109.90
121.39
106.43
74.72
88.33
70.99
108.84
0
100.63
102.85
0
109.46
0
Decrease with
reference to
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
5.91
10.00
-
7.98
2.46
25.49
11.12
3.31
-
75
ST Girls
Decrease with reference to
2001-02
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2002-03
2003-04
81.10
92.45
79.47
54.26
92.15
62.44
59.43
0
75.95
82.45
0
82.73
0
103.30
108.21
90.10
116.22
101.25
71.47
100.27
0
89.39
106.96
0
96.33
0
118.50
93.95
95.63
48.87
94.99
63.38
72.72
0
85.46
103.22
0
96.16
0
-
5.39
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(In percentage)
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Increase with
reference to
2001-02
SC Boys
State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
75.37
56.25
74.00
0
71.18
60.00
73.09
89.27
0
83.62
69.05
58.86
46.18
72.71
88.59
0
78.57
70.29
59.55
44.64
72.56
89.31
0
57.56
69.42
52.25
47.70
72.20
0
67.81
32.46
67.68
54.07
58.76
74.16
0
0
73.09
61.10
78.02
72.53
0
65.49
28.89
70.22
54.68
54.62
73.91
0
0
66.23
62.91
76.95
62.94
0
64.13
26.13
71.55
51.48
18.68
74.27
0
0
72.32
63.75
78.53
2002-03
2003-04
3.75
0.04
1.24
0.69
0.37
1.52
0.33
2.54
0.61
3.87
0.09
1.81
2.65
0.51
76
Increase with reference to
2001-02
SC Girls
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
80.21
54.55
78.93
0
75.93
58.82
69.55
91.92
0
84.35
80.78
71.84
50.22
68.94
90.97
0
78.98
81.21
66.57
46.92
68.87
91.46
0
59.40
80.47
63.83
48.46
70.20
0
70.16
21.62
79.85
62.24
64.77
82.00
0
0
79.18
60.89
87.57
68.58
0
68.19
18.19
82.66
63.05
62.88
80.77
0
0
79.48
63.88
86.07
60.84
0
69.44
16.51
80.01
55.89
19.64
79.88
0
0
75.09
64.83
87.65
2002-03
2003-04
4.27
0.43
2.81
0.81
0.30
2.99
0.16
3.94
0.08
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Sl.
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23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Increase with
reference to
2001-02
SC Boys
State/UT
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
A&N Islands
Chandigarh
D&N Haveli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
Lakshadweep
Pondicherry
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
88.94
54.69
74.95
66.73
0
83.47
0
79.82
38.89
1.85
81.05
0
23.56
88.14
56.66
74.44
62.13
0
83.47
0
80.74
27.78
0
80.23
0
25.46
89.12
64.23
76.61
73.78
0
76.46
0
87.15
54.90
29.58
76.27
0
24.86
2002-03
2003-04
0.18
9.54
1.66
7.05
1.97
0.92
7.33
16.01
27.73
1.90
1.30
77
Increase with reference to
2001-02
SC Girls
2001-02
86.22
59.95
77.57
73.56
0
86.91
0
75.17
37.14
4.92
75.33
0
27.82
2002-03
2003-04
86.34
57.44
77.06
76.18
0
86.91
0
75.92
34.09
0
73.58
0
26.25
90.11
63.13
78.62
90.21
0
78.11
0
80.53
33.33
33.90
77.30
0
23.06
2002-03
-
2003-04
2.62
1.89
3.18
1.05
16.65
0.75
5.36
28.98
1.97
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Increase with
reference to
2001-02
ST Boys
State/UT
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
85.78
77.47
84.70
72.47
78.38
89.52
0
85.71
81.01
0
53.94
0
0
69.98
61.67
77.83
70.99
74.07
84.81
72.58
68.55
82.53
0
78.78
2002-03
2003-04
Increase with reference to
2001-02
ST Girls
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
82.81
75.88
90.63
80.04
89.32
75.06
87.57
77.70
76.52
89.01
0
0
78.45
0
32.36
77.92
88.14
0
0
80.21
0
44.65
76.40
91.28
74.19
91.24
75.63
90.41
95.00
83.82
82.33
82.93
55.41
50.54
48.31
79.59
0
63.87
58.16
78.56
71.90
78.54
87.05
76.89
67.72
84.38
0
78.44
73.07
0
59.62
56.86
71.23
70.51
78.98
87.22
71.90
66.81
83.30
0
78.77
80.62
77.85
69.94
52.27
84.03
77.41
73.26
84.82
67.62
69.02
84.94
64.96
49.71
87.42
82.12
78.54
86.74
73.37
67.91
85.84
63.92
49.71
79.28
82.44
78.98
86.12
66.98
67.90
84.01
87.87
87.24
87.04
0.73
0.91
4.47
2.24
4.31
4.91
2.41
1.85
0.77
78
2002-03
2003-04
-
-
-
3.39
4.71
5.28
1.92
5.75
-
0.90
5.03
5.72
1.30
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Sl.
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23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Increase with
reference to
2001-02
ST Boys
State/UT
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
A&N Islands
Chandigargh
D&N Haweli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
Lakshadweep
Pondicherry
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
88.68
74.22
85.65
32.50
0
86.31
73.51
0
78.40
69.35
36.67
56.02
0
87.21
74.43
85.31
47.38
0
61.76
62.92
0
78.55
64.83
76.67
29.92
0
76.94
66.68
85.71
46.01
0
80.72
60.10
0
76.77
76.41
77.81
48.04
0
Increase with reference to
2001-02
ST Girls
2002-03
2003-04
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
0.21
0.06
13.51
86.57
76.66
87.85
59.13
85.32
77.48
87.22
69.01
71.79
55.08
87.38
60.89
0.41
-
88.30
56.15
75.86
54.72
71.80
41.60
7.06
41.14
80.23
69.57
17.65
49.35
81.69
71.43
74.51
20.34
82.78
77.06
79.81
37.55
14.88
0.15
40.00
79
2002-03
2003-04
0.82
9.88
1.76
1.46
1.86
56.86
2.55
7.49
62.16
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