STATE BUDGET IN FORESTRY SECTOR

Budget from various Sources

The Budget detail from various sources for Forestry Sector during the Financial Year 2019-20 is given below:

Sl. No.

Source

1

Administrative Expenditure (Non-plan)

2

Programme Expenditure (Plan)

3

Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA)

 

Funds Received under Extra Budgetary Source

4

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)

5

Odisha Environment Management Fund (OEMF)

6

District Mineral Fund (DMF)

7

Odisha Mineral Bearing Areas Development Corporation (OMBADC)

8

National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM)

9

Other Corporate Sectors like OMC, Railways,MCL, OPGC etc.

Budget Provision in last twelve years

The Budget provision in Forestry Sector under Plan & Non- Plan head during the last twelve years is summarized below:

Year

Figures  (Rs. in lakhs)

Non-Plan

Plan

Total

2008-09

35038.23

21001.23

56039.46

2009-10

37817.76

21609.18

59426.94

2010-11

37069.38

24204.25

61273.63

2011-12

38309.00

28648.51

66957.51

2012-13

27952.84

36873.23

64826.07

2013-14

25791.51

39351.00

65142.51

2014-15

30722.16

25885.74

56607.90

2015-16

23040.88

20378.77

43419.65

2016-17

24637.81

18093.32

42731.13

 

Non-Plan/ Adminstrative Expenditure

Programme Expenditure

 

2017-18

30600.01

10057.75

40657.76

2018-19

30599.90

21989.24

52589.14

2019-20

32304.36

83962.99

116267.35

Expenditure on Forest Research

The programme named as Forest Research with the budget provision under the Programme Expenditure Scheme “Training Programme”envisages to support special research schemes on the following themes:

  1. Tree breeding / improvement activities of commercially important trees and important indigenous species including NTFPs,
  2. Standardisation of nursery & establishment techniques of medicinal plants and NTFP species.
  3. Sustainable harvest techniques for NTFPs and medicinal plants.
  4. Propagation of improved varieties of Bamboo and Canes.
  5. Application of bio-fertiliser.
  6. Development of agro-forestry models in different agro-climatic zones and

      7. Development of seed production areas for major species.

Apart from that, during the current year, the budget provision of Rs.30.00 lakh has been made for Silviculture Researches on tree improvement, nursery & plantation techniques and plant ecological studies with up-gradation of research facilities as per the approved Quinquennial Research Programme.