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PC-I 8 Model Villages

PC-I 8 Model Villages

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Published by: Farhat Abbas Durrani on Dec 28, 2012
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Part “A”
Code no. for Project :-(To be filled in by Planning Commission) NAME OF THE PROJECT
Authorities Responsiblei) Sponsoring
Government of NWFP through AgricultureSector Programme Loan (ASPL) from A.D.B.
ii) Execution
Director General Agriculture Extension N.W.F.P,Peshawar.
iii) Operation and Maintenance
Through Executive District Officer Agriculture /District Officer Agri. Extension and DOA of other concerned departments where modelvillages will be established.
Time required for completion of theProject
4 Years(2004-2005 to 2006-2008)
Plan Provision
If the project is included in the current five year plan, specify theactual location.
 Not applicableii)
If not included in the current plan, how is it now proposed to beaccommodated (Inter/intra-Sectorial allocation or other resourcesmay be indicated).
 Not applicableiii)
If the project is proposed to be financed out of block provision for aprogramme, indicate:
Total Block ProvisionAmount alreadycommittedAmount proposedfor this projectBalance Available Not applicable
b)If the project is not in the Plan, what warrants its inclusion in the Plan:
 Not applicable
5.Relationship of the project with the objectives of the sector. Indicate thecontribution of the project, quantify if possible, to the targets in the FiveYear Plan, and the names of other projects (whether sanctioned or underpreparation) which would form part of an Integrated Programme within thesector.
The scheme is directly related to the objectives of the Agriculture sector i.e. self sufficiency in food, through learning and adoption of new improved technologyfor obtaining higher production. Eight model villages will be established indifferent localities. Executive District Officer Agriculture and District Officer Agriculture Extension and District Officer Livestock & Dairy Development andothers of the concerned district will prepare base line survey in respect of theselected villages. Those villages will be selected which have potential for development. No political interference in selecting a village is allowed. Themodel village will be selected by a committee comprised of:1-Executive District Officer Agriculture.2-District Officer Agriculture Extension.3-District Officer Livestock & Dairy Development.4-District Officer Water Management.5-District Officer Soil Conservation.6-President Farm Services Centre.7-District Kissan Councilor.The District of work are:-1-Kohat.2-Bannu.3-D.I.Khan.4-Nowshera.5-Swabi.6-Mansehra.7-Lower Dir.8-Shangla.
6. Capital cost of the Project (in million rupees):
Local cost24.240Foreign exchange cost--
Total: 24.240
Annual recurring expenditure after completion (in million Rs.)
Local costNilForeign exchange costNil
Objectives of the Project :-
The project will include the following objectives as per sector concernedin the district.I.
Agriculture Extension
Agriculture Extension department at district level is available to run the activitiesfor establishing a model village which will serve as a representative of AgricultureDevelopment in the area. The main objectives relating to Agriculture Extension are:-
Lay out of crop Demonstration Plots and Seed Multiplication Plots with thefarmers in order to introduce improved technology containing improvedcultivars, and in this connection Field days and farmer,s training in the villagewill also be held.
Developing an organization of farmers by the help of Agriculture Extension atvillage site and also development of village development plan with theconsultation of all the stake holders.
Developing a set up and a chain for regular supply of agriculture inputs tofarmers at their door steps with the active participation of Farm Services Centersmembers.
Making necessary arrangement for introduction of improved farm machineryand introduction of improved implements.
Motivation of farmers to lay out fruit orchards and management of existing fruitorchards and also establishment of model fruit orchards in the village.
Land leveling operational work through, tractors, bulldozers and manual.
Formation of village development committee, organizing meeting and providingtraining to the progressive farmers of the village.
Introduction of off season vegetables in the area and also introduction of Plastictunnel technology.
Preparation of seasonal Calendar for agriculture crops, fruit and vegetables withthe participation of farming community and bearing in mind the local profile of the village.
Control of insect’s pests and diseases through IPM/ICM techniques.
Development of extension package by utilizing the latest result of ResearchSystem.

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