STATE BUDGET IN FORESTRY SECTOR

Budget from various Sources

The Budget detail from various sources for Forestry Sector during the Financial Year 2020-21 is given below:

Sl. No.

Source

1

Administrative Expenditure (Non-plan)

2

Programme Expenditure (Plan)

3

Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA)(Plan since 2019-20)

 

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 thirteen years

The Budget provision in Forestry Sector under Plan & Non- Plan head during the last thirteen 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

31626.79

93963.00

125589.79

2020-21

31561.70

128670.50

160232.2

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.