Introduction
District Kupwara is scattered at an area of 2379
square kilometers, comprising of 03 Tehsils, 15
CD Blocks including Machil and Keran with a
population of 8.75 lakh people as per census
2011, besides having three Municipal
Committees with 39 Wards. The Total population
of these Municipalities is 0.99 lakh people though
are exiting in plane areas but partly some of the
wards of Kupwara Town are mostly under
developed and hilly.
Manpower Employment
S.No
Name of Post
Sanctioned
In position
Vacant
01
Project Officer
01
01
00
02
Assistant Project
01
01
00
Officer
03
Community
03
03
00
Organizers
04
Jr. Asstt
01
01
00
05
Class IV
02
02
00
B
Status of Office
The Office is functioning in private rented building
Building
located in Khawaja Hardware Complex Kupwara
Functions of the DUDA: The District Urban Development
Agency is involved with providing of housing subsidy to
the Urban poor, besides also get the unemployed
educated youth trained under skill development
programme. The housing subsidy unit cost is of the size of
Rs.5.00 lakh to Rs.8.00 Lakh with 5% as interest subsidy
only upto Rs.5.00 Lakh recoverable upto 20 years. Under
skill development, the unemployed educated youth are
being trained through various Registered Institutions for
increasing of skill to un- skilled youth and for getting of
Self Employment. During
2013-14, the target and
achievement is mentioned hereunder:
Target and achievement 2013-14
S.
Scheme
F-Y
Target
Ach.
Remarks
No
A
Rajiv Rinn Yojna. (RRY)
2013
100
101
Out of 100 cases 23 cases
(1)
have been disbursed by the
banks as on date.
B
Skill
Development
2013
109
109
Course
Completed,
Programme
Certificates
are
under
process for issuance.
1
HealthCare
-
-
33
-do-
Multipurpose Worker
2
Lab. Assistant
-
-
27
-do-
3
Operation of X-Ray &
-
-
24
-do-
Dark Room Assistance
4
Operation
Theater
-
-
27
-do-
Technician
NATIONAL URBAN
LIVELIHOODS MISSION (NULM)
Objectives: - The main objective of the NULM is to reduce poverty among
the urban poor through promotion of diversified and gainful self
employment and wage employment opportunities leading to increase in
income. The mission would aim at providing shelter equipped with
essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner.
NULM have five Objectives:-
Enhancing and expanding existing livelihoods options of the urban poor.
Building skills to enable access to growing market based job opportunities
offered by emerging urban economies.
Training for and support to the establishment of micro enterprises by the
urban poor self and groups.
Ensuring linkage to shelter basic services and empowerment to promote
sustainable approaches to poverty alleviation
Building capacity of the urban poor their institutions and the machinery
involved in the implementation of livelihoods development and Poverty
Alleviation Programme.
Components:-
NULM have following components:-
A. Social mobilization and institution development (SM &ID)
with sub components :
Building community institutions SHGs and their federation
Universal financial inclusion.
Revolving fund support to SHGs and their federation.
Community investment fund(CIF)
Credit guarantee fund (CGF) for microenterprises.
B. Capacity building and training (CB &T) with sub
components:
Technical support to National, State, District and City levels.
Service centers, Livelihood centre at City/Town level.
Training and other capacity building support.
C. Employment through Skill training and Placement
(EST&P) with sub components:
Skill Training for Micro Enterprise Development /Self
employment.
Skill training and placement for Salaried /Wage
employment.
Upgrading Skill of specially Vulnerable Groups.
Innovative & Special projects.
D. Self employment Programme.(SEP) with sub components:
Individual Enterprises (SEP-I)
Group enterprises (SEP-G)
Technology, Marketing and other Support.
Financing Pattern:-
Sub Component A.i:- For catalyzing the formation of
SHGs and their federations, promoting financial
inclusion of SHG members Rs. 10,000/- will be available
for NGOs/CBOs/Facilitators under NULM over a period
of 18-24 months after group formation.
Sub Component A ii: - A revolving fund support to the
tune of Rs.10,000/- per SHG will be provided to SHG
and a revolving fund support of Rs.50,000/- would be
available to a Registered Slum/Ward/Area level
federation.(ALF)
ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER EXPENSES (A & OE):- A
total of 5% of the State Allocation under NULM is being
used for A & OE purpose.
Allocation proposed for the 12th Five year Plan:- The
total fund requirement for 12th Five Year Plan under
NULM is proposed to be Rs.
20,000 corers. The
allocation would be as under:-
Skill Training and Placement 10 million
Self Employment Individual & Groups 01 million
Formation of Self-Help Groups 02 million members.
The Physical Target
/ Action Plan under various
Components of NULM for the Year 2014-15 has been
approved by the Administrative Department of Housing
& Urban Development vide their Letter No:-
HUD/Plg./115/2014/CSS(AF) Dated:- 12-12-2014.
Achievements under National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) for the F-Y 2014-15.
Against the Target of 20 women Self Help groups this office has identified 05 Self Help
groups which are at the first phase.
S.No
Scheme/Particulars
Approved
Ach.
Remarks
Target
A
Social Mobilization
1
No. of Self
Help
20
05
Target received in m/o 12/2014 besides people are being
Groups(SHGs)
educated first.However,07 groups have been identified
and other official work in progress.
2
No. of Self Help Groups
15
00
-
for Revolving Fund (RF)
3
No of city livelihood
01
00
-
Centres (CLCs)
B
Skill Training
-
1
Employment
through
200
00
Application invited but only
50 application received.
Skill
Training
and
Date extended upto 1st March 2015.
placement (EST&P)
2
Shelter
for
Urban
00
00
However, in the previous meeting held with the
Homeless
Commissioner/Secretary to Govt. the directions were
passed to identify the land for homeless. The issue
stands taken up with the Revenue authorities and the
identification is expected shortly.
3
Support for Urban Street
00
00
Survey of Street vendors conducted and a list of 300
Vendors (SUSV)
beneficiaries’ stands submitted to Adm. Deptt. for
further course of action