[Translation]

Development of Silk under KVIC

695. SHRI TEJSINGH RAO BHONSLE: Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government have formulated any scheme for the development of silk under the Khadi and Village Industries commission in Maharashtra;

(b) whether any financial assistance has been provided for this purpose during 1991-92 and 1992-93;

(c) if so, the details thereof;

(d) whether any proposal for providing financial assistance for production of silk under KVIC is pending with the Government: (e) if so, the reasons therefor; and

(f) the time by which approval is likely to be accorded?

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY (DEPARTMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES AGRO AND RURAL INDUSTRIES)(SHRI M.

ARUNACHALAM): (a) KVIC has formulated schemes for development of silk Khadi in all silk producing States in India. These schemes are applicable to Maharashtra. Funds are being provided for these.

(b) and (c). The financial assistance provided by KVIC to Maharashtra State during 1991-92 and 1992-93 under silk Khadi is as under:-

47 Written Answers Written Answers 48 (Rs. in lakhs) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1991-92 1992-93 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Working Capital 0.28 0.26

Bank Finance 28.14 35.86 Capital Expenditure Loan 11.79 0.25

Capital Expenditure Grant 3.01 -

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (d) to (f). No proposal for financing Silk Industry is pending with the Government.

[English]

Export by Small Scale Industries

696. SHRI SUDHIR GIRI: Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:

(a) the extent of contribution to the broad sectors of exports by the Small Scale Industries during each of the last three years; (b) the percentage of financial assistance

provided to the Small Scale Sector by various financial institutions during the period;

(c) the principal items of goods exported by the Small Scale Sector during the period; and

(d) the estimated potential of employment in the Small Scale Sector during the Eighth Five Year Plan?

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY ( DEPARTMENT OF SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIES AND AGRO AND RURAL INDUSTRIES)(SHRI M.

ARUNACHALAM):

49 Written Answers Written Answers 50 (a) The extent of contribution to the board sectors of exports by the small scale industries during the period 1988-89 tO 1990-91 is given below:-

S.No. Product Groups

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) (2)

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Engineering Goods

2. Basic chemicals Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics

3. Chemicals & Allied Products

4. Plastic Products

5. Finished Leather & Leather Products

6. Semi-finished Leather

7. Marine Products

8. Cashew Kernel & Cashew nut shell liquid

9. Processed foods

10. Woolen Garments and knitwears

11. Sports Goods 38.11

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (Value in Rs. crores)

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Years

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (3) (4) (5)

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 400.00 818.00 954.00

681.10 1176.10 1282.80

84.49 97.43 89.43

38.77 48.17 56.13

1184.62 1505.68 1894.23

36.00 16.85 21.07

344.38 206.62 253.29

246.05 315.92 387.92

263.10 308.75 355.00

69.60 86.40 97.52

54.5 66.62

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--------------------------------------------------------------------- S. No. Product Groups

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1988-89 --------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) (2) (3)

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 12. Ready made garments 2050.25 13. Rayon Synthetic Products 8.99

14. Processed Tobacco & Bidi 11.64 15. Spices. Spice oils Oleoressins 15.88 16. Lac 16.88 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Total: 5489.63

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (Value in Rs. crores) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Years

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1989-90 1990-91

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (4) (5)

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 3124.95 4133.49

11.71 13.50

19.79 17.94

15.96 16.53

15.96 16.53

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 7625.74 9664.15

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(b) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO SSI SECTOR

(i) Outstanding advances of scheduled commercial Banks to SSI sector.

--------------------------------------------------------------------- As on the last Percentage of total day of SSI advances to net bank credit

--------------------------------------------------------------------- March- 1990 15.8

1991 14.5

1992 15.5

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (ii) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS ASSISTANCE TO SSI SECTOR

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Year Percentage of SSI to total

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1988-89 73.4

1989-90 72.2

1990-91 72.9

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (iii) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO SMALL SCALE SECTOR BY IDBI/SIDBI --------------------------------------------------------------------- Year Disbursement percentage to total disbursement --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1988-89 65.7

1989-90 68.3

1990-91 65.2

1991-92 70.9

--------------------------------------------------------------------- (c) The principal items of goods exported include engineering goods, drugs and pharma-

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ceuticals, Dyes intermediates, soaps and detergents, cosmetics and toiletries, Ready made garments, leather products, marine products, sports goods etc.

(d) The total employment by the end of the Eighth Plan period in the SSI sector is targetted at 150 lakh persons.

[Translation]

Non-Conventional Energy Sources

697. SHRI RAM PRASAD SINGH: Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:

(a) the details of the financial assistance provided by the Government for the development of Non-Conventional Energy sources during the last three years, State-wise;

(b) whether any system has been evolved to monitor the disbursement of such assistance; and

(c) it so, the details thereof?

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES AND MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE (SHRI S.

KRISHNA KUMAR): (a) State-wise financial assistance provided by the Central Government for the development of nonconventional energy sources during the last three years is given in a Statement below.

(b) and (c). Yes, Sir. The disbursement of financial assistance to various States is monitored by way of obtaining utilisation certificates and statement of accounts as per the guidelines laid down by the Government in prescribed proforma.

55 Written Answers Written Answers 56 STATEWISE FUNDS RELEASED DURING LAST THREE YEARS

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Sl. NO. State

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Biogas CBP/IBP Improved Solar Chulha Thermal Programm --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Andhra Pradesh 841.64 2.28 329.97 49.45 2. Arunachal Pradesh 1.30 00.00 10.36 4.23 3. Assam 98.92 00.00 68.54 0.48 4. Bihar 164.93 2.25 192.56 52.18 5. Goa 17.23 00.00 73.07 3.89 6. Gujarat 2,67.15 114.82 21.93 286.74 7. Haryana 188.86 7.30 43.26 53.33 8. Himachal Pradesh 540.96 00.00 106.25 58.65 9. Jammu & Kashmir 10.10 00.96 54.69 20.62 10. Karnataka 435.26 2.60 272.18 117.14 --------------------------------------------------------------------- (Rupees in Lakhs) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Funds Released in Last Three Years

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Solar Small Hydro Wind Urijagram Solar Biomass Cooker Power Dev, Energy Photovoltaic Gasification Programme Programme

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 0.75 144.21 225.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 215.72 3.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 2.00 0.37 00.50 00.00 00.00 00.00 5.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 0.18 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 4.35 00.00 327.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 13.10 00.00 2.00 5.13 00.00 7.00 12.29 110.00 2.00 5.13 00.00 00.00 0.52 00.00 00.00 1.15 00.00 20.00 0.41 00.00 337.00 6.22 00.00 83.00 --------------------------------------------------------------------- 57 Written Answers Written Answers 58

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Sl. NO. State

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Biogas CBP/IBP Improved Solar Chulha Thermal Programm --------------------------------------------------------------------- 11. Kerala 235.32 2.50 212.82 43.15 12. Madhya Pradesh 416.70 7.50 332.09 67.61 13. Maharashtra 3,923.65 100.10 265.12 294.71 14. Manipur 10.70 00.00 13.20 0.90 15. Meghalaya 9.54 00.00 1.87 10.31 16. Mizoram 17.76 00.00 10.92 0.26 17. Nagaland 3.40 00.00 00.00 00.00 18. Orissa 1,042.91 8.00 214.91 8.75 19. Punjab 207.74 186.07 186.64 72.87 20. Rajasthan 339.51 20.34 253.58 45.60 21. Sikkim 20.71 0.75 6.98 3.10 22. Tamil Nadu 721.64 18.20 228.74 95.88 --------------------------------------------------------------------- (Rupees in Lakhs) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Funds Released in Last Three Years

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Solar Small Hydro Wind Urijagram Solar Biomass Cooker Power Dev, Energy Photovoltaic Gasification Programme Programme

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.13 00.00 168.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 98.45 330.55 23.00 15.85 10.95 6.00 15.55 00.00 144.00 18.54 20.00 94.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 0.21 00.00 1.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 0.30 326.58 1.00 3.60 1.50 00.00 8.35 85.38 00.00 1.60 00.00 14.52 5.35 00.00 1.00 00.00 00.00

00.00 00.00 1.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 0.83 00.00 1264.00 15.16 0.60 00.00 --------------------------------------------------------------------- 59 Written Answers Written Answers 60 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Sl. NO. State

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Biogas CBP/IBP Improved Solar Chulha Thermal Programm --------------------------------------------------------------------- 23. Tripura 5.60 00.00 2.97 00.00 25. Uttar Pradesh 1,056.95 56.42 696.65 72.67 26. Andaman & Nicobar 00.00 00.00 00.00 1.97 Islands

27. Chandigarh 00.12 00.00 13.31 9.61 28. Dadra & Nagar Haveli 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 29. Daman & Diu 00.00 00.00 00.25 00.25 30. Delhi 1.53 00.00 48.65 119.56 31. Lakshadweep 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 32. Pondicherry 2.25 00.00 3.74 00.00 --------------------------------------------------------------------- (Rupees in Lakhs) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Funds Released in Last Three Years

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Solar Small Hydro Wind Urijagram Solar Biomass Coooker Power Dev, Energy Photovoltaic Gasification Programme Programme

--------------------------------------------------------------------- 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 7.24 54.29 11.00 24.15 170.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 0.69 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 14.34 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 00.00 --------------------------------------------------------------------- 61 Written Answers

Wage Employment Programmes

698.SHRI RAM LAKHAN SINGH YADAV: Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:

(a) whether the rural youths are being encouraged/trained to take-up self employment under the wage employment programmes; (b) if so, the details thereof; and

(c) the places where this programme has already been introduced?

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT (DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT) (SHRI UTTAMBHAI H. PATEL: (a) and (b). The Centrally Sponsored Scheme of "Training of Rural Youth for Self Employment(TRYSEM),started on 15th August 1979 is a facilitating component of IRDP.

The objective of TRYSEM is to provide technical and entrepreneurial skills to rural youth from families be low poverty line to take up selfemployment in the broad fields of agriculture and allied activity, industries, services and business activities. In 1983, this objective was enlarged to include wage employment.

The target group comprises of rural youth between the ages of 18- 35 years from families living below the poverty line.

(c) TRYSEM is being implemented through out the country.

Land to SCs/STs

699. SHRI CHHEDI PASWAN: Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Union Government have fixed any target for States and Union Territories for handing over possession of surplus land to the persons belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe communities;

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(b) it not, the reasons therefor;

(c) the difficulties being faced by the State Governments in this regard; and

(d) the steps taken/proposed to be taken to overcome those difficulties?

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT(DE- PARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT) (SHRI RAMESHWAR THAKUR): (a) and (b).


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