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ANDHRA PRADESH

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1. RAJIV AAROGYASRI
SCHEME

COMMUNITY

HEALTH

INSURANCE

Objective:
To improve access of BPL families to quality medical care for treatment of diseases
involving hospitalization and surgery/therapy through an identified network of health care
providers. In the initial phase, the scheme would provide coverage for the following system;
10. Genitourinary surgery
1. General Surgery
2. ENT
11. Neuro surgery
3. Ophthalmology
12. Surgical Oncology
13. Medical oncology
4. Pancreas
14. Radio Oncology
5. Gynaecology & Obstetrics
6. Orthopedics
15. Cochlear Implant surgery with
7. Surgical Gastroenterolog
Gastroenterology
audio verbal therapy for children
8. Cardio Thoracic surgery
below 12 years
9. Pediatric Surgery
The Scheme will be implemented in three selected districts of Andhra Pradesh as on renewa
renewal
basis (Viz. Mahaboobnagar, Anantapur, Srikakulam.)
Beneficiaries:
The scheme is intended to benefit below poverty line (BPL) population in the 3 backward
districts of the State viz. Ananthapur, Mahaboobnagar and Srikakulam on a pilot basis.
According too a recent enumeration, there are 25.27 BPL families in three districts of the
State, comprising of a population of 94 crore. Database and photograph in electronic format
of these families is available in white ration cards issued by the Civil Supplies Dep
Department.
District wise profile of the BPL families is given below:

S.No
Districts
No of BPL Families
1
Anantapur
990027
2
Mahaboobnagar
961903
3
Srikakulam
715295
Total
2667225

Family:
Family means the group of individuals as indicated in a white ration card (BPL card).
Enrollment:
There is no separate enrollment procedure,the white ration card with photograph / age
indicated in the white ration cards (BPL cards) will be taken as the proof for enrollment. The
white card (BPL card) will be the Health Card.
BENEFITS:
The scheme shall provide coverage for meeting expenses of hospitalization and surgical
procedures of beneficiary members up to Rs.1.50 lakhs per family per year subject to limits,
in any of the network hospitals. The benefit on family will be on floater basis i.e. the total
reimbursement of Rs.1.50 lakhs can be availed of individually or collectively by members of
the family.
Buffer / Corporate Sum Insured:
An additional Sum not exceeding Rs.7, 00, 00,000/- (Rupees Seven Crores) shall also be
provided as buffer to take care of the expenses, if it exceeds the original sum. i.e.,
Rs.1, 50,000/- on one individual. In such cases an amount up to Rs.50, 000/- to that
individual will be additionally provided.
Period of insurance:
The insurance coverage under the scheme shall be in force for a period of one year from the
date of commencement of the policy (ie. from 00:00 hours of 05.04.2008 to midnight of
04.04.2009)
THE UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE POLICY ARE:
The scheme will encompass all the family members of the BPL families.

All the family members whose photographs and details appear on white ration card
are the eligible for benefit.
The members are insured against surgeries on KIDNEY, HEART, BRAIN,
CANCER, BURN INJURIES and ACCIDENTS (other than those covered by MV
Act.).
The scheme envisages cashless transaction. Patient gets admitted, operated and
discharged without paying any money.
Immediate Pre and post operative expenditure included in packages, so as to
minimize the other financial expenses to the patient.

Scheme is introduced in Mahboobnagar, Anatapur, Srikakulam three backward


districts of the state on pilot basis.
Entire premium will be paid by the govt. for the first year.
Pre existing diseases are covered from day one.

2. INDIRAMMA- INTEGRATED NOVEL DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL AREAS AND


MODEL MUNICIPAL AREAS SCHEME.
a) INDIRAMMA (Rural housing):
Financing pattern:
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Description
Amount
1.
Unit Cost
25,000
2.
GOAP loan
17,500
3.
GOAP subsidy
7,000
4.
Beneficiary contribution
500
Eligibility:

S/ he must be below poverty line


Annual income shall not be more than Rs. 20, 000/S/ he must not have benefited under any other housing scheme
S/ he must possess title over land proposed for construction of house
S/he must have repayment capacity of loan within stipulated time period

Loan Repayment:
Description
Details
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1.
Repayment period
10 years
2.
Rate of interest
11%
3.
Number of installments
120
4.
Installment amount
Rs. 227/- per month

b) INDIRAMMA (Rural) Semi Permanent Housing :


Financing pattern:
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Description
Amount
1.
Unit Cost
7,500
2.
GOAP subsidy
7,000
3.
Beneficiary contribution
500
Eligibility:

Scheme is meant exclusively for STs in interior and remote areas of all
ITDAS.
S/ he must be below poverty line
Annual income shall not be more than Rs. 20, 000/S/ he must possess title over land proposed for construction of house

c) INDIRAMMA (Urban housing)


Financing pattern:
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Description
Amount
1.
Unit Cost
40,000
2.
GOAP loan
35,000
3.
GOAP subsidy
3,000
4.
Beneficiary contribution
2,000
Eligibility:
S/ he must be below poverty line
Annual income shall not be more than Rs. 28, 000/ S/ he must not have benefited under any other housing scheme
S/ he must possess title over land proposed for construction of house
S/he must have repayment capacity of loan within stipulated time period
Loan Repayment:
Description
Details
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1.
Repayment period
15 years
2.
Rate of interest
11%
3.
Number of installments
180
4.
Installment amount
Rs. 355/- per month
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d) Weavers Housing Programme ( State sponsored)


Financing pattern:
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Description
Amount
1.
Unit Cost
40,000
2.
GOAP loan
30,000
3.
GOAP subsidy
7,000
4.
Beneficiary contribution
3,000
Eligibility:

The weavers should be identified by the Asst. Director (H& T) and


certified that S/ he is having a loom and is engaged in the weaving
profession and is not a beneficiary under any housing scheme previously
S/ he must be below poverty line
Annual income shall not be more than Rs. 20, 000/S/ he must not have benefited under any other housing scheme
S/ he must possess title over land proposed for construction of house
S/he must have repayment capacity of loan within stipulated time period

Loan Repayment:
Sl. No.
Description
Details
1.
Repayment period
10 years
2.
Rate of interest
11%
3.
Number of installments
120
4.
Installment amount
Rs389/- per month

Mode of Construction: He/She shall construct house not less than 30 sq mts as
per the approved type design on Self Help and Mutual Help concept without
involving any contractors / middlemen as per following plan.

3. RAJIV YUVA KIRANALU


Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu is conceived by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh to build job specific skills
among the unemployed and place them in appropriate private jobs. Vision of RYK is to
convert large no. of non-literate, school dropout, unskilled and unemployed youth into
productive workforce by building their skills thereby promoting inclusive growth. The
mission proposes to employ 15 lakh youth in jobs in the private industry by 2014. The
implementation shall be on a mission mode. To operationalise the programme, Government
has constituted
a) High level council Rajiv Education and Employment Council of Andhra Pradesh
(REECAP) has been set up under the Chairmanship of Honorable Chief Minister with 9
cabinet ministers, Principal Secretaries of relevant departments and 10 representatives of
the Industry and Academia for creating necessary policy environment and guiding the
implementation process. This is a unique body which brings the best of Govt. Industry
and Academia together to maximize opportunities for the unemployed youth.
b) An exclusive State Level Society Rajiv Education and Employment Mission in Andhra
Pradesh (REEMAP) has been registered to coordinate the efforts of all sub-missions on a
mission mode.
c) REEMAP will function through 7 sub- missions constituted in 7 Govt. Depts.

4. RAJIV SWAGRUHA SCHEME


The Rajiv Swagruha scheme is an ambitious housing scheme aimed at the rehabilitation of
the moderate income group. In the wake of steep real estate and abnormally high housing
costs, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has launched this scheme in order to provide
affordable and comfortable accommodations to those in the low and moderate income group.
Eligibility: The area of construction and income eligibility of the applicants will be as
follows:-

Sl.No
1.
2.
3.

Category & Name


Civic - 1 BHK
(EWS)
Basic - 2 BHK
(LIG)
Intrinsic - 2 BHK
(MIG)

Flat size / Built


up area

Plot size and built up area for


individual houses

493-545 Sft.

400-530 Sft / 100 Sq.Yds

761-940 Sft.

4685-700 Sft / 150 Sq.Yds

1150 Sft. +

1151 Sft / 200 Sq.Yds

Monthly income
range
Rs.6000/- to
Rs.50,000/
Rs.6000/- to
Rs.50,000/Rs.6000/- to
Rs.90,000/-

4.

Classic - 3 BHK
(HIG)

1470 Sft +

1494 Sft / 250 Sq.Yds.

Rs.6000/- to
Rs.90,000/-

5.

Exotic 3 BHK

1599 & up Sft.

1600 & up / 260 Sq.Yard

No income limit

5. INDIRA KRANTHI PRATHAM

The activities of DWCRA and Velugu were integrated under a programme called Indira
Kranti Patham. The basic objective of this integration is to implement various programmes
for strengthening of self-help Groups with similar implementation strategy. The new scheme
Indira Kranti Patham had been designed by clubbing Women Empowerment with Poverty
Alleviation.
Indira Kranti Patham (IKP) is a statewide poverty reduction project to enable the rural poor
to improve their livelihoods and quality of life through their own organizations. It aims to
cover all the rural poor households in the state with a special focus on the 30 lakh poorest of
the poor households. It is implemented by Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP),
Dept of Rural Development, Govt of AP. SERP is an autonomous society registered under
the Societies Act, and implements the project through District Rural Development Agencies
(DRDAs) at the District level. The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh is the Chairperson of
the Society. IKP builds on more than a decade long, statewide rural womens self-help
movement. The focus is on deepening the process, providing an institutional structure and
developing a framework for sustaining it for comprehensive poverty eradication. It is the
single largest poverty reduction project in South Asia.
It works with 4, 76,930 Self Help Groups federated into 28,080 Village Organizations (VO)
and 700 Mandal Samakhyas (MS). The project mandate is to build strong institutions of the
poor and enhance their livelihood opportunities so that the vulnerabilities of the poor are
reduced. Community Investment Fund (CIF) is the major component of the project, which is
provided to the SHGs/ VOs/ MSs to support wide range of activities for socioeconomic
empowerment of the Poor.

6. JALAYAGNAM

It has been implemented by Hon. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy
as a promise to the cultivating people of state to bring 82 lakh acres under irrigation in five years.
This project accords the highest priority for the development of irrigation infrastructure,
particularly in backward and drought prone areas by taking up this program in a big way.
Jalayagnam includes a number of irrigation projects by construction of reservoirs and lift
irrigation systems for lifting water from major rivers, particularly from Godavari to provide
immediate irrigation benefits.
Jalayagnam programme to complete 32 major and 17 medium irrigation projects at a cost of Rs.
65,000 crores to provide irrigation to an extent of 71 lakh acres besides stabilization of an
existing area of 21.32 lakh acres while providing drinking water to a population of 1.2 crore and
generating power to the tune of 2700 MW. Eight of these projects were to be completed before
the kharif season of 2006.
In the past 50 years, a total area of 65 lakh acres was developed in the State. Jalayagnam, is
expected to double the area under irrigation. Jalayagnam in Andhra Pradesh would constitute a
major component of the Central government programme National Irrigation Mission's (NIM)
target of bringing one crore hectares of land ( 2.5 crore acres) in the country under the plough.
The large allocation of funds for irrigation as the government considers irrigation an important
growth engine. The most expensive of the projects are the lift irrigation projects intended to
irrigate the dry Telangana region and supply water to the Anantapur- Ongole- Mehaboobnagar
area which is "turning into a desert". With the land level being 300 metres above the water level,
lift irrigation is supposed to be the only way out to take water to the dry region. Currently, 3,000
tmc water from Godavari is wasted into the sea as the land is at a higher elevation. For the first
time in the post-independence era, the Congress government took up linking of Godavari and
Krishna by constructing Indira Sagar Project and Rajiv Sagar project across River Godavari. By
executing projects like Rajiv Sagar, Indira Sagar flood flow canal, SRSP Phase-II and so on, 21
lakh acres of parched land in Telangana region would be made fertile.