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The data refers to sector-wise utilization of the RSVY funds by the 15 sample districts.
The data refers to district-wise details of the annual Return on Investment (RoI).
The data refers to the overall achievement of districts in terms of the utilization of total RSVY funds allotted to them.
The data refers to Implementation agency-wise utilization of the RSVY funds.
The data refers to district-wise details of NGOs commissioned, sector of involvement and funds allocated.
The data refers to sector-wise funds proposed in District Perspective Plans (DPPs) and funds actually utilized in the five districts, namely, Warrangal (Andhra Pradesh), Pallakad (Kerala), Mayurbhanj (Orrissa), Mon (Nagaland) and Dangs (Gujarat). There were very trivial or no deviations in the amount proposed in the DPPs for various interventions and the amount actually spent on them.
The data refers to information on District wise Physical Performance of Rural Road Scheme under Bharat Nirman Programme during the period of 2005-06 to 2006-07. It provides details such as New Connectivity and Upgradation with Habitations with 1000+ Population, Habitations with 500+ Population, Habitations Covered, Length (KM), Targets, Achievements for the selected sample states.
The data refers to information on District-wise Physical Performance of Rural Road Scheme under PMGSY during the period of 2000-01 to 2004-05. It provides details such as New Connectivity and Upgradation with Habitations with 1000+ Population, Habitations with 500+ Population, Habitations Covered, Length (KM), Targets, Achievements for the selected sample states.
The data refers to information on Diversification of Crops and Agricultural Income. It provides details of Income from Agriculture (per acre) Before and After Rural Roads for the selected sample states. The outcome is based on the sample survey undertaken by Programme Evaluation Organisation (PEO), Planning commission which covered 14 districts, 27 blocks, 138 roads, 138 habitations and 1380 beneficiary households spread over 7 states of India for 'Evaluation Study on Rural Roads component of Bharat Nirman, 2010'. The reference period for the study was 2005-06 to 2006-07.
The data refers to information on Monitoring Committee Constituted at Block Level for Rural Road under Bharat Nirman during the period 2005-06 to 2006-07. It provides state-wise details of Number of Blocks where Vigilance/Monitoring Committee for Rural Roads Constituted. The outcome is based on the sample survey undertaken by Programme Evaluation Organisation (PEO), Planning commission which covered 14 districts, 27 blocks, 138 roads, 138 habitations and 1380 beneficiary households spread over 7 states of India for 'Evaluation Study on Rural Roads component of Bharat Nirman, 2010'.

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