DMF Contribution During 2018 - 19

  More than ₹ 8 Cr.
  ₹ 3 Cr. to ₹ 8 Cr.
  ₹ 0 Cr. to ₹ 3 Cr.

79.46 Cr.

Total Collection During 2018 - 19

Major Minerals 47.27 Cr.

Minor Minerals 32.19 Cr.

420.04 Cr.

Total Collection
As on Aug-2018

Projects under PMKKKY

Number of Projects 8140

Sanctioned Amount 338.69 Cr.

High Priority Area

Total Projects: 6759

Total Amount: ₹ 255.68 Cr.

Other Priority Area

Total Projects: 1381

Total Amount: ₹ 83.01 Cr.

Number of Projects Completed

2667

Expenses Incurred: ₹ 102.43 Cr.

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District Mineral Foundations (DMFs) are statutory bodies in India established by the State Governments by notification. They derive their legal status from section 9B of Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 as amended on 26 March 2015 as Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2015. This amendment came into force from 12 January 2015

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Sectors

Drinking Water Supply

DMF has conceived 121 projects at a total cost of Rs. 8.23 crore to improve the drinking water scenario in mining-affected villages. Since a uniform approach may not work for bringing tap water to far-flung project villages, several location-specific solutions are being considered for the short and long term..

Sanctioned Amount

44.07 Cr.

No Of Projects

789

Environment Preservation and Pollution Control Measures

...

Sanctioned Amount

3.36 Cr.

No Of Projects

359

Health Care

With Kutch being a sparsely populated and immensely vast district, even basic healthcare is difficult to come by. And yet, the vulnerable populace, from newborns and mothers to men at the peak of their productive years, find they need specialty hospitals and cannot find any that are even remotely accessible in their district..

Sanctioned Amount

16.29 Cr.

No Of Projects

307

Education

In the vast and harsh landscape of Kutch, where survival itself is difficult, education oftentimes takes a backseat. The males, upon entering the workforce, seek jobs as security guards and drivers of heavy vehicles for mining companies as literacy is not an important criteria to enter these occupations. The girls, once women, continue in their domestic realm..

Sanctioned Amount

113.56 Cr.

No Of Projects

2912

Welfare of Women and Children

Premature and low birth weight babies requiring intensive and immediate care have very few options to turn to in Kutch. Poor families would need to travel hundreds of kilometres, perhaps even out of Kutch, to get to a fully-equipped paediatric unit. .

Sanctioned Amount

58.01 Cr.

No Of Projects

1841

Welfare of Aged and Disable People

...

Sanctioned Amount

0.14 Cr.

No Of Projects

23

Skill Development

Livestock rearing is a way of life in Kutch. The vast tracts of harsh, semi-arid terrain make most regular forms of livelihood difficult to sustain as the only source of income. Livestock rearing is thus the dominant coping strategy for the Rabaris and Maldharis to tide through periods of low cash flows..

Sanctioned Amount

15.34 Cr.

No Of Projects

355

Sanitation

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Sanctioned Amount

4.91 Cr.

No Of Projects

173

Physical Infrastructure

...

Sanctioned Amount

61.75 Cr.

No Of Projects

1059

Irrigation

The Edmund Lake in Meghpat village is a large man-made water-harvesting structure constructed in the colonial period. It is in the limestone belt and is surrounded by about five mining sites. The build-up of heavy layers of silt through nearly six decades had drastically reduced the water-holding capacity of the lake, with the result that the agricultural folk found it a risky venture to cultivate castor and othe.... Read More

Sanctioned Amount

7.18 Cr.

No Of Projects

92

Energy and Watershed Development

...

Sanctioned Amount

13.56 Cr.

No Of Projects

148

Any Other Measure for enhancing Environmental Quality in mining District

...

Sanctioned Amount

0.53 Cr.

No Of Projects

82