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PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR “ DEMONSTRATION & TRANSFER OF VERMICULTURE TECHONOLOGY FOR RURAL PEOPLE ”

SUBMITTED THROUGH
Regional Representative & Member Convenor West zone, Regional Committee, CAPART Navajivan Trust Complex Ashram Road Ahmadabad - 380 014

SUBMITTED TO
The President CAPART and Union Minister for Rural Development Ministry for Rural Development, Govt. of India Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi

Submitted by
ASHOKA NGO CONSULTANT
Mr. Sandip Maiske, President & CEO F.S.7, Ratan Palace, Near S.T. Bus Stand, Ganeshpeth, NAGPUR-18. India. Tel: +91–712–6462688 Fax: +91–712–6462688
Email: info@ashokaconsultant.com Website: wwSSw.ashokaconsultant.com

To, Regional Representative & Member Convenor West zone, Regional Committee, CAPART Navajivan Trust Complex, Ashram Road Ahmadabad - 380 014 Subject: Proposal for Demonstration & Transfer Of Vermiculture Techonology For Rural People.

Respected sir, Please find herewith-enclosed project Proposal on the Demonstration & Transfer Of Vermiculture Techonology For Rural People for combating malnutrition for your recommendation & Further submitting it to the, Secretary, CAPART, Government of India for sanction & Grant-In –Aid” You are requested to send the project to CAPART and Government of India at our earliest possible Please. Submitted with high cordial regards Yours Faithfully

(Sandip R. Maiske) president Ashoka NGO Consultancy, Nagpur

To, The President CAPART and Union Minister for Rural Development Ministry for Rural Development, Govt. of India Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi Through: - Regional Representative & Member Convenor , Government of Maharashtra. Subject: Proposal for Demonstration & Transfer Of Vermiculture Techonology For Rural People.

Respected Sir, Please find herewith enclosed project proposal on “Demonstration & Transfer Of Vermiculture Techonology For Rural People.” The NGO has working experience the field of Education, Agriculture and Rural Development From last 5 year. We requested you to kindly sanction the project of the said scheme at an earliest possible please. Submitted with high cordial regards. Yours Faithfully

(Sandip R. Maiske) CEO Ashoka NGO Consultancy, Nagpur

Organizational Profile of First Timer Organizations Applying for CAPART Assistance
(This Proforma is applicable for small voluntary organizations with annual turnover of less than Rs. 2 lakhs for submitting project proposals upto Rs. 1 lakhs). 1. Name of the Organisation :

2. Address Ganeshpeth.

:

Ashoka NGO Consutancy, Nagpur FS-7, Ratan Palace, Opp. Of . Khurana Travels, Nr. Nagpur-440018

a) Village b) Post Office c) Taluka d) Police Station e) District f) State g) Pin Code h) Telephone No. i) Fax No. j) E-mail 4. Objective 5. Details of Registration a) Registration No. Date of Registration b) Valid Up to c) If registered under FCRA :

: : : : : : : : :

3. In how many villages does the VO operate? : : : : : : indicate the No

(Attested photocopy of the Registration Certificate to be enclosed)

6. Details of Members of Executive/Governing Body S N 1 2 3 4 5 Shri. Sanjay Chinduji Zodape Shri. Rahul Sakharam Humane Shri. Prakash Dhanuji Shende Shri. Madan Nusaji Kuttarmare 41 38 41 45 Name Age Address

: Occupation Post

R/o, Chandramani Nagar, Nagpur- 27 R/o, Chandramani Nagar, Nagpur- 27 R/o, Kukde Layout Nagpur- 27

Service Journalist Engineer

President Vice- President Secretary Joint Secretary Treasurer

R/o, Plot No. 198, Chandan Social Nagar, Nagpur- 9 Worker R/o, Bhagwan Nagar, Nagpur- 27 R/o, Bhagwan Nagar, Nagpur- 27 Social Worker House Wife

Shri. Sevak Sakharam 40 Humane Smt. Savita Madan Kuttarmare Smt. Priti Sanjay Zodape 35

6

Member

7

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R/o, Bhagwan Nagar, Nagpur- 27

Social worker

Member

If there is any change in the original executive/governing body of the organization, certified copy of the resolution passed by the Executive Body/Managing Committee of the VO should be enclosed or supporting evidence should be furnished.

7. Activities undertaken and Experience 8. Whether the VO has implemented any project under CAPART assistance in the past. If so give details and status 9. Main target group: 10. a) Number of Bank Account/Accounts b) Name of Bank Branches

: :

: :

c) Account Number and type of Account(s) d) Date of opening of account e) Bank Balance(s) as on date of application f) Name of the Signatory (ies)

: : : : No

g) Relationship of signatory (ies) if any with the Chief 11. Has the VO ever been placed under : funding restriction by any other Funding Agency

Certificate
All the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. In case at any stage it is found that any of the above information(s) is incorrect, my application for grant of financial assistance may be liable to be rejected. Place Seal of the Organization Signature of Authorized Signatory Name Date Designation

______________________________________________________________________ FOR CAPART USE ONLY Computer Generated Number Allotted Date ___________________ Signature___________________

FORMAT OF THE PROJECT PROFILE OF APPLICANTS FOR CAPART ASSISTANCE (Projects of first timer applicants and projects with financial outlay of below 25 lacs to be submitted in the respective Regional Centres. Projects above 25 Lacs to be submitted with CAPART Headquarters at Delhi.)

1. Title of the project 2. Location a) State b) District c) Block d) Village(s) 3. Demographic details i. Total Population ii. No. of families iii. Land Utilization iv. Source of Irrigation v. Artisanal trades vi. Problems of Villages

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Demonstration & Transfer Of Vermiculture Techonology For Rural People

: : : :

Maharashtra Nagpur Nagpur Nagpur

- Male

20, 95,000

Female

19, 56,000

SC 6,19,000 ST 4,58,000 OBC___________ General/BPL ___________ APL/Artisans __________ : : :

4. Objectives :Note:- The applicant while following this format can always furnish any relevant or additional information as appropriate. 5. Beneficiaries 5 1. List of beneficiaries giving village-wise details: name, father’s/husband’s/wife’s name, sex, caste group, people living below poverty line/APL, freed bonded laborers /landless laborers /schedule caste / scheduled tribes / marginal farmers/small farmers/rural artisans/fisher folk, total land owned by the beneficiaries (irrigated or unirrigated), extent of land to be covered for the purpose of project. This list may be enclosed as per prescribed proforma at Annexure-I along with the signatures/thumb Impressions of the beneficiaries.

5.2. Methodology adopted for identification and selection of beneficiaries. 6. Need of the project: Analyze and justify giving a brief write-up as to the need of project and whether needs of beneficiaries, their choices and preferences were ascertained to ensure their participation in implementation of project and maintenance of assets created etc., while formulating a need based beneficiary oriented project.

7. Scope and methodology for people’s participation: Kindly give a brief write up on scope and methodology proposed to be adopted for social mobilization, people’s participation for social and economic empowerment of the beneficiaries.

8. Action programme S.No. Activities* Quantity/ Time required (Each activity to be given Number for completion in detail with name, specification etc, in sequence of implementation) ________________________________________________________________________ 1 2 3 4

*In case of land based projects rough sketch map of land to be given indicating the activities to be taken up like group irrigation/ borewells / wells, command area of each group irrigation wells/bore wells be given. Area also to be given. 9. Duration of the project :

10. Personnel required for implementation of the project (i) Full time ________________________________________________________________________ S.No. No. of Personnel needed, Already Addl. Cost (per with their qualification available proposed annum) (Rs.) ________________________________________________________________________ (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) ________________________________________________________________________

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(ii) Part-time consultants required to be engaged, their cost per annum, need and justification in relation to the project. 11. Other facilities available and required (Machinery, equipment, buildings, livestock,etc 12. Technology to be used/adopted (please give details: regarding the nature of technology, why it has been chosen and how it will be acquired. Also provide technical estimates including technical drawing and material specifications, where required, duly certified by a subject matter specialist). 13. Financial implication of the project with source of funds. 1 Sl. No. 2 Items of work activities 3 4 5 6 7 8. 9 10.

Unit Quantity Total VO Beneficiaries Other CAPART Remarks Cost /Number Cost Contribution Sources Contribution assistance

Detailed justification to be furnished for each item of expenditure. indicate the name of source including State Govt. assistance and bank loan if any proposed to be arranged. If the other sources are more than one, clear indication to be given. Please indicate the basis of cost estimates. Attach the relevant documents duly certified by a Civil Engineer. 14. Manner of implementation: (Give detailed work plan, which should cover identification of beneficiaries/ motivation/skill survey/ skill development/arrangement of inputs/raw materials/ equipment/ machiner y/ livestock etc./technical support/mobilization of credit including working capital requirements and process(es) to be adopted. 15. Marketing arrangements 16. Arrangements for maintenance of assets created for ensuring sustainability/ explicability of the programmed after completion of the project.

17. Outcome expected to be achieved(Impact indicators): a) Employment/Self b) Income generation or augmentation c) Women’s employment d) Skill up gradation e) Social Equity f) Environment Management g) Financial Returns (in case of income generating activities) 18. Physical targets and time schedule for implementation of the project. ________________________________________________________________________ Items I year II year III year ________________________________________________________________________ (a) (b) (c) (d) ________________________________________________________________________ 19. Arrangement for conducting social audit (consultation with Gram Sabha while formulating project proposal as also repor ting to the Gram Sabha about project outcome after completion of the project).

Countersigned by Member of Executive Body Signature and seal of the Authorised Signatory* Name : Designation : Designation : Name : (*Attach copy of Authorisation by Executive Body for signing if Articles of Association/ Byelaws do not indicate it.) Place : Date :

Annexure – 1 Performa for Submission of Beneficiaries List of Schemes of CAPART Name of Village____________________________Block__________________________District __________________________ Sl. Name of N o. Benefi ciary. Father’s/ Husb and’s / Wife’s Name Gender Caste/Group Disabl ed Wome Smal n l Heade Farm d er Margin Agricultu al ral Farmer Laborers s

Mal Fe SC ST OB e mal C e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Ge n 9 10 11 12 13 14

Note: i) In remark column any other relevant information can be given. ii) In case of joint means of production/group tube wells/lift irrigation schemes, group list of beneficiaries indicating group leader may be clearly given. Authorized signatory of NGO (with full name)

1)

Title of the Project: -

Demonstration and Transfer of Vermiculture Technology for Rural People.

This is one of the unique and innovative proposed in Nagpur Region. The project will be located in Issapur village of Mouda Tahsil in Nagpur District of Maharashtra State. 2) Project Synopsis: -

The introduction of the hybrid verities in intensive agriculture has forced the farmers to use increasing doses of chemical fertilizers in the last decades. Due to scarcity of the manure an excessive deliberated use of chemical fertilizer disturb the ecological balance of the soil. The availability of organic manure is limited due to dwindling resources of cattle manure. The mother earth is already on the slippery slope to ecological disaster with the depletion of the vital nutrients in our soil level and treat itself lessens each year unless we put back to earth what way then out. It is becoming very difficult to rear animals by the farmers only for the manure as the cultivable land is reduced and the non – availability of fodder resources. It is estimated that the country requires about 290 cores M.T. of organic manure but we could only produce 90 cores M.T. organic manure. Thus true is acute shortage of 200 cores M.T. It is therefore, imperative to search for suitable viable substitute for the conventional manure. Vermicompost has proved to be boon the organobio – fertilizer industry in the country over the recent years. The project is an attempt to make best use of the local resources by application of users friendly, simple, cost effective technology for production of Vermiculture. In Rural areas the huge mass of available crop residues waste, plant vegetable, greens waste which is thrown away or burnt can readily be used along dung in appropriate proportion for production of Vermiculture. Vermiculture is the practice of cultivating creepy crawlies in order to help them breakdown organic waste. The Vermicompost is a 100% organic fertilizer that is made up to worm casting (also known as worm humus) Vermicompost and partially decomposed matter. Vermicompost contains a highly active biological mixture of bacteria, enzyme partially decomposed matter and animal dung. The castings are reach in water soluble nutrients and contain more than 50% more humus that what is normally found in top soil as the organic matter move through the elementary canal of the earthworm a thin layer of oil deposited on the castings. The layer erodes over a period of 2 months. The co – coons in

Vermicompost contains eggs that hatch within two weeks means the process of decomposition are continued by the young one in the soil provided the soil is loose damp and rich enough in organic matter or the worms to stay alive. The process and the bacteria in the alimentary canal of earthworm transform organic waste to the natural fertilizers. The chemical changes that the organic waste undergoes include deodorizing and neutralizing the PH of carbonic is neutral. Humus also buffers the soil reduce the detrimental effects of excessive acid or alkaline soil. It also simulated plant growth, Control plant pathogens, harmful fungi nematodes and harmful bacteria. Humus the prominent aggregation of soil increases the articulation of the soil and soil permeability of water and air. The benefits of using Vermicompost can be enumerated as under:1) Vermicompost has the ability to fight against the plant disease. 2) Improve the texture, structure and chemical composition of the solids as they burrow in search of foods. 3) Provides plants nutrients in desired quantities and soluble forms. 4) Vermicompost increases the yield capacity of soil to return.
5) Reduces under requirements up to 40% under irrigated condition and ensures

sufficient output in short rainfall under rained conditions. 6) Improve quality of farm products increases nutrients contents. 7) Very rich in macro-micro flora improves soil health. Microbial ability in worm. 8) Easy to apply and can be applied at any stage of the crop. 9) Reduces cost of production as it is economical and increases production. 10)Reduces the acid forming carbon in the soil. Earthworm excrete a highly nitrous fertilizer which contains five times the available nitrogen, seven times the available phosphorus, three times the exchange able magnesium, eleven times the available potash and 1.5 times the calcium found 6 inches of top soil. The center will work for diffusion of technology in Vermiculture production; through extend techniques principles and philosophies viz. Organization of demonstrations, training, workshop, seminar, meeting etc. with the principles of “seeing is believing and doing is learning” are the function of the center.

By establishment of the center for production of the Vermiculture the crop residues unused or underused waste, plant – vegetable waste in the surroundings village of the Tahasil or District will be purchased at the @ Rs. 0.50 per Kg. The cost of the production of the Vermicompost would be Rs. 1.5 As such the beneficiaries would get the cost / value to the thrown away or unused or under used crop waste. The yield of the crops would be increased. It has been estimated that more than B.P.L. beneficiaries farmers) in the areas will be supplied 30 Kg. Vermiculture to minimum 150 hectares of land every year. It is also estimated that more than 30 enterprises would be set up convert low value crop waste and animal dung to produce very high quality soil conditions on farm fertility management is 100 hectares of land to each enough for him and will help increase the productivity by 30 – 35%. The consultancy services will also be extended by the trainer to the farmers in the district. Thus this arrangement will create employment. The trust will organize five days training for the trainers. The batch of 10 participants, as trainers will be trained in each month. The demonstration will be given at site. In the areas no efforts are made systematically to popularize or diffusion of the technology in Vermiculture by the State or Central Government, although giving more impetus for adoption of the technology through TSFs. The extensive extension educational efforts are required to diffuse and adopt and technology by the ultimate users. Realizing the importance of biotechnology in the present day context the Sanstha is making all efforts to set up center of excellence of Vermiculture and Bio – pesticide, Bio – fertilizer, Bio – manure. The project is prepared after carrying out extensive survey regarding the requirements of the region the thrust areas of the center includes agriculture – animal – production – environment – health care development. The main objective is to conduct and co-ordinate basic and applied research to provide linkages and support for commercialization. 3) OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT :-

The overall goal to improve the quality of life of the rural small, marginal farmer or BPL people through sustainable organic farming without depletion or erosion of local natural resource base. Specific Objective: a) To generate cost effective technology which will utilize the locally available human resources, local materials that are not currently used or under used or wrongly used. b) Conduct survey to prepare resource inventories and assesses requirements.

c) Organic training in Vermicompost. d) To generate awareness in the rural community in organic farming practices, which will conform productive benefit and help, conserve, protect and regenerate natural resources base and local ecology for sustainable use. e) To introduce economically important and agrochemical sustainable Vermicompost that has the potential higher economical return. f) Integration between government agencies, technical institutions working in the field of rural development through seminar, workshop, meetings etc. The long term objectives would be: 1) To achieve sustainability of natural resources through a combination of conservation protection and regeneration of practices and method. 2) To create employment and income generation in the rural areas. 3) To provide us development planners with more insight in the process of peoples participations for self reliance. Expected Output: a) Development of community based institutional mechanism to promote development and sustain efforts in organic farming system. b) Check of topsoil erosion, soil destruction and adverse effects of prolonged use of chemical fertilizer. c) Cost effective and highly nutritive crops. d) Promotion of multiple sources of income through diversified farming system. e) Make efforts for reliable, permanent and sustainable linkage between farmers field institutions for productive agriculture farming conforming rewards. f) Employment generations. g) Interaction between Government agencies technical institutions, and the sansthas. 4) Proposed activities and methodology: -

Vermiculture through the development of the proprietary equipments and processes effectively created a system that consistently and cost effectively stabilizes a large range of organic waste including cow dung. The critical elements of Vermiculture are: a) The Worm: -

The earthworm species Udrclans is widely used world over for the Vermicompost production. The worm can strive will in the variable Indian climate because of the pointed end of the worm they can easily burrow in the soil crop plant waste they can move forward or backward in the waste materials the body of the worm is cylindrical. The worm is of the fighting nature easily lives in the 10o to 35o C temperatures and 20 to 60% humidity. The weight of a worm is 1000 to 1500 mg life cycle is of 150 to 180 days. Worms start reproduction after 40 to 50 days of it birth. Worms gives egg every after 2 days and continued for 4 to 6 weeks. They like to remain in the darken matured earthworm requires 1.5gm to 6gm. Feed in a day. Under the appropriate condition 40 to 50% moisture, 20 to 30c temp. Within 2 months decomposable waste would be ready. This is estimated that the initial production level of 12 tones per month would require setting up of 30m X 1 mtr. bed requiring 30 Kg of worms. b) Construction of the Shed: -

It is very much essential to control the environment of Vermiculture the warms are to protected form the extreme temperature, (heat) rains, or cold. And has to create conducive atmosphere for growth. The height of the shed should be a about 8, and half bricks wall with and freely aeration the shed should be semi – permanent. The roof of the shed should of cement sheet or G.I. sheet. The length should be East – West in direction. The flooring should not stagnate water. The red ants & other insects should be avoided by using insecticides like Endosulphan, Chloropyriphos liquid, Nuvon etc. before construction of the flooring 3, layer of fine sand is given. c) Setting up of the Beds: -

While preparing the bed the availability of local raw materials, water resources, labour etc, readily available. On the flooring the 2, fine sand layer is given the helps in keeping the bed moist. The earthworm on the eggs do not enter in the sand or through. This arrangement helps in releasing out the excessive water. The process of setting up evolves mixing of cow dung with half decomposed crop residue or plant leaf litter (NADEP PROCESS) moistening with water, and laying this feed material on the raised bed about width of 30 to 40 inches and 18 inches in height material should be arranged in dome shape this bed arrangements helps in taking out of the casting. The n covered by 4 – inch manure.

Then the layer of worm is given. Over the worm then again 4 – inch layer of manure is given. Again it is cover with 12 – inch layer of mixture of west and the cow dung decomposed material. The bed are covered with gunny bags. Gunny bags are required for preserving the necessary moisture level and also provided suitable environment for working of worm. It is also optimize the environment the development of bacteria and fungi. The proportion of cow dung manure and farm waste should be 1:3. The organic waste given to the worm is mostly the half decomposed one? However adding 20% of 9 to 10 days old cow dung hasten the process of decomposition? The worm bed fully populated are fed across their entire surface on the deadly regime controlling the depth of feeding is critical to the process if too much id fed or if it is fed to thickly worm there is potential for the material to compost or turn anaerobic. It is thus essential that the quantity feed match the daily quantity consumed by the worm. Worms eat between one half and their oven body weight per day. One of the major limitations with the worms form is the high potential for the formation of aerobic zones, which contaminate the material promoting pathogen re – growth. This is available raised bed designed which maximizes the airflow in to the and facilitated even distribution of the cow dung. Technical Process: For starting Vermicompost project will be adopted in all sheds following procedure Shed Size Pit Size 1) 2) 5m x 20m 5m x 15m 2 Nos. 2 Nos.

First the daily cow dung + Farm waste will be dumped into the compost pit (NADEP process) Above half decomposed material will be now utilize for Vermicompost production as per procedure given below. a) b) c) d) In abvoe mention shed we get 2 beds of size 1m x 28m. Demarking of the area and moist it by watering. Spreading of 2 feet layer of leaf litter, wheat strews or grass or crop waste and moist it with water again. Spreading of 4 – 6 inch layer of half decomposed F.Y.M. and vermicompost again moist it.

e) f) g) h)

Spreading 30kg Earthworm (Esenia - fortida) evenly on both beds. Again spreading 2 – 4 inches layer or half decompose fym + Vermicompost. miming of cow dung with farm waste and keeping the ball of above material upto 12 inches. Covering the beds with gunny bag.

Regular watering by sprinkle irrigation system to keep the bed moist will be followed. After 2 months the compost will be ready for harvesting. The worm will be on the top of the bed. The color of the Vermicompost would looked like cooked tea powered, the indicates the Vermicompost is ready. Then stop the watering at least for 1 to 2 days the worm will travel at the bottom of the bed and the compost can be easily removed manually. Only 5 to 7% worms may remain present in the Vermicompost. Maximum worm are available at the bottom of the bed, which can be again use for regeneration. As such in a year six cycles can be repeated in the same shed. 5) Status of Proposed Technology: -

Technology is already tested at the center and the full trials have already been undertaken. The State Government under scheme TSF of the agriculture department has already established for center of Vermiculture at TSC in Western Maharashtra and some part of the Western Vidharbha. Various institute of Vermiculture production and reach at “Pane” Bangalore and Rajasthan etc, the production of Vermiculture on commercial basis is also being taken up. The effort are being made to popularize and commercialized the technology so that the farmers may adapt the technology on large scale with principle seeing is believing and doing is learning. The organization of training demonstration and production of Vermiculture are the activity of the center. This project of Demonstration and Transfer of Vermiculture Technology will help to upgrade skill, knowledge and create confidence to start their entrepreneurship in Vermiculture production. The project will help to get self-employment by maximum utilization of rural crop/vegetable – horticulture waste and the cow dung, which readily available. Ultimately will increase the crop yield and minimize the use of chemical fertilizer. This technology is eco – friendly.

The farmer/beneficiaries can earn more than Rs. 2000/- P.M. if farmers/beneficiaries starts production of Vermiculture in 1 M x 30 M beds. As such early 80 Tons of Vermiculture in 5 batches can be produced. This activity will ultimately improve the socio-economic conditions of the beneficiaries.

6)

Man power available with the sanstha: -

The sanstha already undertaking Agriculture – Animal Husbandry Technology Transfer Programme. Since last two years and giving demonstration to the rural farmers. To perform the job sanstha has already appointed following regular staff during this year. 1) Administrative Officer 2) Social Worker 3) Civil Engineer 4) Accountant 5) Computer Operator 6) Educational Teacher 7) Vocational Teacher
8) Peon

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1 2 1 1 1 4 2 1

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Name of the Institution at which project will be carried out: -

The project will be undertaken by the Ashoka NGO Consultancy, Nagpur. The project site is 40 Km away form Nagpur. On Nagpur – Bhandara Road (National Highway No. 6). The project will be located at Issapur Village of Mouda Tahsil in Nagpur District. The project area falls in a rural area of Issapur village. The village has been selected on the basis of availability of land, electricity, resources and excellent communication facilities, covering 5 villages around the site. The installed system consists of a central small worm farm at the site for training and demonstration purpose. The minimum temperature in the area is 80C and maximum up to 450C (Block profile and District profile is enclosed.) 8) Name of the other Institution involved in the project: -

The Gram Vikas Samadhan Va Prashikshan Sanstha, Nagpur has agreed to co – operate and help in extending all their technical support in production of the Vermiculture. The letter form the secretary of the Sanstha Mr. Sandip Maiske is enclosed for the ready reference. The organization i.e. Gram Vikas Samadhan Va Prashikshan Sanstha, Nagpur is implementing the project in village Temburdon of Tahsil Saoner in District Nagpur, which has been sanctioned by CAPART, Ahmadabad itself. The sanstha possess technically specialized staff and doing work on the production of Vermiculture on trial/demonstration basis and dissemination of transfer of technology work since 1998 – 1999 in Maharashtra specially in Nagpur District of Vidharbha Region. The Department of Agriculture, Mouda has also agreed to extend all their technical support in production and dissemination of technology in Vermiculture. 9) Duration Time: Time schedule for each of the Project Activities Period Required Two Months after the sanction & release of grant of the project 1st September 2004 to 31st August 2005 Two to three months from October 2004 to December 2004

Particular of Activities Creation of Infrastructure

Construction of Shed Preparation of Compost Pits (Nadep process) Shade for Vermicompost Construction of beds Installation of Machines & Equipments Preparation of compost Procurement of raw material for compost (Crop Waste) Preparation of Compost Installation of beds with row compost material and red earthworms 1st installment of Vermicompost. Training in Vermiculture of the Beneficiaries

December 2004 Onwards after sanction of the project

December 2004 Onwards after sanction of the project

(Note: Appointment of staff will be made immediately after the issue of sanction and release of grant) The technical Vermiculture Training – cum – Demonstration Programme will be undertaken under the strict advice of the experts in the field w.f. form 2004. 10) Staff Requirements: -

The total requirement of manpower is estimated at 4 persons. Following are the details of categories of persons required by the society for smooth running of Vermicompost plant. Staff requirement in the project is proposed for 2 years. The salaries & allowance of staff are as per statement enclosed.

Sr. No. 1 2 3

Category Agriculture Officer (Agriculture Graduate) Supervisor Labour Total

No. of Persons required 1 1 2 4

Staff Expenditure: Sr. No. Items
A Manpower Cost Agriculture officer (Agriculture Graduate) Supervisor Labour Total A TA/DA & POL Total (A + B)

Nos. Monthly
1 1 2 4000 2000 1500 2500

Yearly Exp (In Lakhs)
0.48 0.24 0.36 1.08 0.36 1.44

Project Period (Two Years)
0.96 0.48 0.72 2.16 0.72 2.88

B

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List of Equipments & Cost of Project: -

Details of the project requirements like viz. Semi permanent Structure – building – equipments, Material Supplies etc. with details is give in Annexure I 12) Abstract of the Project Budget: -

Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Particulars Construction of Shed & Building Equipments, Furniture & Material Recurring Cost Staff Requirement Awareness Activities Training Construction of Shed of Beneficiaries & other Related Activities Grand Total

Amount 0.94 0.34 0.59 2.88 1.00 2.40 9.00 17.11

Counter Signed by Members of Executive Body

Signature & Seal of the Authorized Signatory

Name: Sandip Ramesh Maiske Designation: President

Name: Bhushan Ashok Kuchewar Designation: Secretary

Place: Date: -

Authorization by Executive Body for Signing if Article of Association by Law do not indicate it)

Annexure I Establishment of Vermiculture Technology Production Center Technical Specification 1) Facilities Available a) b) Land Raw Material of Compose Available To achieve the mentioned target of production of 40 Tons of Vermicompost production is readily available. Available Available

c) d)

Water Supply & Electricity Road Facility

2) Facilities to be developed by Society a) Plant & Construction of Sheds & Composed Pits Particular i) Shed ii) Beds iii) Compost Pits Size 5 m x 20 m (As per drawing) 1 m x 18 m 5 m x 15 m x 1.5 (As per drawing) Numbers 1 2 1

b)

Machinery Tools & Equipment

i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi)

Sewing Machine for seizing Ready Vermicompost Weighting Balance Spades, iron pans, wooden basket, pick axe Chaff Cutter Drips sprinkler Gunny Bags, Plastic Bags, (for packing ready Vermicompost)

1 1 1 1 (Each) 1 1

A)

Awareness Campaign: -

To motive the farmers towards the activities of production of Vermicompost it is proposed to mobilize the farmers/beneficiaries to various extension teaching methods & Modalities. To Bring awareness the exhibition on Vermicompost, meeting etc. will be organized. The total provision on this Activities is proposed to be made @ of Rs. 10,000/per camp. Thus such ten Awareness Camps will be arranged in Mouda Tahsil. Total of Rs. 1,00,000/- provision is propose to be made for the setup. Particulars Activities of Camp B) Amount Rs. 10,000/No. of Camps 15 Total (in Lakhs) 1.0

Farmers Training activities in Vermiculture: -

The training center is located with the purpose to train the farmers and youth in vermicomposting from the surrounding areas and the Nagpur district preferably. The training is considered with the people on job and trainee center, individually place and job related and is based on learning through experience skill and practice and take place with actual work environment to be effective. The objective of organizing training to provide technical skill to the rural youths farmers predominantly form families below poverty line to enable them to take up the self – employment in the field of an Vermicompost. The government has sponsored various program to ameliorate the socioeconomic condition of the rural masses, like IRDP in which training component is the integral part. This center will be impart training to both literate and illiterate the syllabus will be tailored according to the felt needs, natural resources & potentials of dairy development in the particular areas. 1) 2) 3) It is viewed that Vermicompost production is the prime goal. Work experience is the main method & Priority to weaker section of the society like tribal farmer small marginal farmers, agriculture laborers, drought and natural climate.

Need base trining courses will be designed for different type of participants / trainees. While designing the courses village Survey conscept of farming system etc. will be taken into account to make the dairy enterprise commercially viable. The training can be informal, formal and non formal or combination of all the method depending upon the resources of dairy owner and agriculture cultivation parctice. Sr. No. Particular A Building B Furniture & Equipment Cost of Training: The 150 beneficiaries as recommended form 15 village of Mouda Tahsil in Nagpur District will be selected for “Demonstration – cum – training on trasfer of Techonolyin Vermiculture Production” They will be given training for 5 Days. The budget requirment for Organization of the trainee is given as under : Sr. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Particulars Boarding & Lodging Honorarium @ 150/- per lecture Field visit / Journey & Transportation Booklet, Pen, Bags, Stationary etc Literature, Leaflets & Pamphlets Stitching aids & materials (Charts, posters,models,specimens,video tapes etc) Equipments, slide projector, OHP TOTAL Cost per Training 3500 1500 2000 1000 2000 3000 No. of Training 15 15 15 15 15 15 Total Cost (In Lakhs) 0.525 0.225 0.30 0.15 0.30 0.45 Amount Available Available

7

3000

15

0.40 2.40

Cost of construction of Vermicompost shed of the Beneficiaries Particulars Size 3m x 5m Manure, Vermiculture, Spade, Gunny Bags, Warer sprayer arrangement Cost per Beneficiary 6000/No. of Beneficiaries 150 Total cost (In Lakhs) 9.0

ANNEXURE – II

VERMICULTURE TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING UNIT
The demonstration Unit will be established centrally to impart training through Skills & Knowledge orientation of the Beneficiaries.

Cost of Project
A) Sr. No. 1) a) b) Non – Recurring Cost Item Description Rate Quantity 1.00 Nos 1.00 Nos Amount (Rs. In Lakhs) 0.68 0.22 0.90 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.02 0.05 0.01 0.20 0.34

Construction of Sheds Construction of shed of size 67880.40 5m 15m x 1.5m as per drawing and estimate Construction of Compost pit 22122.00 5m x 15m x 1.5m as per Total Equipment & Mateiral Sewing Machine for seizing Ready Vermicompost Weighting Balance Spades, iron pans, wooden Baskets, pickaxe etc. Drips Sprinkler Total 2000.00 5000.00 1000.00 5500.00

2) a) b) c) d)

Non – Recurring Cost (1+2)

1.24

B)

Recurring Cost Rate Quantity Amount (Rs In Lakhs) 0.38 0.05 0.02 0.08 0.06 0.59 1.82 Estimates of the Project Name of Work Abstract : Construction of Vermicompost Shed

Sr. Item Description No. 1 Worms Culture 25Kg per shed for 1m x 40m x 1m Bed 2 Vermicompost 2 Tons/Shed 3 Jute cloth for covering Vermiculture bed 200 No. Gunny Bags for 1 Shed 4 Purchase of farm waste 5 Fuel Cost Total Project Cost = (A+B)

1500.00 25 Kg 2.50 8.00 0.40 8.00 2000 kg 200 Bags 20,000 800

Sr. No. 1

Item of Work Item No. 1 Exxcavation for foundation is earth, soils of all type sand, gravel & soft Murum, including remaining the excavated material upto a distance of 50m beyond the building area and stinking & spreading as directed,

Quantity 41.34

Rate 40.00

Unit Cu.m

Amount 1653.60

2.

3

4

dewatering, ramming, watering (Including shorting & strutting Complete) (Lift upto 1.5m), (Spec. No. Bd-A-1/P. No. 259) (S.I. No.1/4) Item No.2 9.54 Providing soil using 800 mm size trap metal in 15m layer including filling voids with sand/grit ramming watering complete (spec.No. S.I. No. 16 / 7) Item No.3 2.62 Providing & layering in Situ, Ceme 15/ (1:2:4) of trap metal of R.C.C. work in foundation and footing of RCC coloums & Steel Stanchions including bailing out water manually centering framework, compaction, curing & toughening the surface if special finish it to be provided etc. complete, (excluding reinforcement & structural steel) (Spec. No. Bd. F_2/P) No. 297/IS-456 (1978) (S.I.No. 3/21) Item No.4 0.11 Providing and fixing in Positing mild steel/HYSD Bar Rainforcement of varfious diameters for RCC pilecaps, footing, foundation slabs, beams coloums, canopies, staircase, newle,chajjas,lintel,pardies,cpoings,fin s, arches, etc as per detailed desigs, drawing and sechedules including cutting, bending hooking the bars, binding with wires or welding and supporting as required etc. Item No.5 + 6 Providing 2nd class Burnt Brick masonry with conventional/1.s. Type bricks in cement mortar 1:6 in foundation & plinth of inner walls including bailing out water manually striking joint on unexposed faces, racking out Item No.7 25.10

120.00

Cu.m

1144.80

1000.00

Cu.m

2615.00

16000.00

M.T.5

1712.00

5

500.00

Cu.m

12550.00

6

98.10

500.00

Sq.M

4905.00

7

8

Providing internal cement Plaster 20mm tick in single coat in cement mortar 1:4 without neeru finish to concrete, bricks surface in all position including scaffolding & curing etc, complete (Spec.No:Bd-4/P.No.368) (S.I.No.8/47) Item No.8 M.S. angle Shed roof with an asbestos sheet size 5mt X a) Truse of size 5mt in 50 x 50 x 5 angle and spering of 35 x 35x 5 angle b) Perliness 20mt Length 50 x 50 x 6 anqle c) Asbestos sheets, size 1m x 3m, with fitting material Item No.9 Providing bamboo mats 50sq.m. @ 80 Rs/Sq.M. Total

5.00 40.00

120.00

No.

34500.00 4800.00

4000.00 67880.40

Name of Work : Construction of Vermicompost Shed Measurement Measurement Item no. Particular Measurement Item No.1 Excavation of foundation in Earth, soils etc. complete for foundation L.S.2x20.30x0.600x13 = 31.67 S.S.2x4.10x0.60x1.3 = 6.40 Middle Pillar 7x0.60x0.60x0.60x1.3 = 3.28 Total 41.34 Item No.2 Providing 80mmmetal etc Complete L.S.2x20.30x0.600x0.03 = 7.31 S.S.2x4.10x0.60x0.3 = 1.48 Middle Pillar 7x0.60x0.60x0.3 = 9.54 Total 9.54 Item No.3 Providing & Costing in C.C. 1:2:4 for foundation etc. complete L.S.2x20.20x0.500x0.10 = 2.02 S.S.2x4.20x0.50x0.1 = 0.42 Middle Pillar 7x0.50x0.50x0.60x0.1 = 0.18 Total 2.62 Item No.4 Providing & fixing mild steel/HYSI Bar rainforcement 0.11 Tons

& mm etc. Quantity – 2.675 Cu.m. @ 40 Kg Item No.5 Providing B.B. Mansonary for Foundation etc. Complete foundation to G.L. L.S.2x20.150x0.450x0.450 = S.S.2x4.250x0.450x0.450 = Middle Pillar 7x0.450x0.90 = L.S.2x20.00x0.450x0.300 = S.S.2x5.00x0.450x0.300 = Total Item No.6 Providing & Construction B.B. Mansonary for Mansonary for superstructure etc. Central Pillars 9Nosx0.30x300x3 = Outline Pillars 18Nosx0.30x0.30x2 = Total Item No.7 Providing & applying 20mm Plaster etc. complete wall. L.S.2x20x0.450 = S.S.2x5x0.450 = Central Pillar 9x4x0.30x3 = 18x4x0.30x2= Total Item No.8 M.S. Angle Shed Roof with Asbestory Sheets six – 5 mts. X 20 mts. a) Trus of Size 5mt in 50x50x5 Angle and supporting of 35x35x5 b) prlinis 20mtr Length c)Asbestos sheets singh 1mt x 5mt with fitting material Item No.9 Providing bamboo mat etc. Complete side 2x20x1= 2x5x1= Total Name of work Abstract Sr. No. 1 2 Item of Work Excavation for foundation in earth soile (S.LI.No.1/4) Filling in sand (S.I.No.1/4) Quantity 137.76 4.40 Rate 25.00 100.00 : Construction of Compost Pits

8.16 1.72 2.80 5.40 1.35 19.43

2.43 3.24 5.67 18.00Sq.m. 4.50 Sq.m. 32.40 43.20 98.10

5.00 Nos. 8.00 Nos 40.00 Nos 40.00 Sq.m. 10.00 Sq.m 50.00 Sq.m

Unit Cu.m. Cu.m.

Amount 3444.00 840.00

3 4 5 6

P/80mm. mental P/C.C. 1:2:4 for coping etc P/B.B. Mansory (S.I.No. ¼) P/C.C. 1:2:4 for coping etc Complete For compost pit size 15m x 5m

16.80 5.04 25.44 1.59

120.00 300.00 500.00 1000.00

M.T. Cu.m. Cu.m. Cu.m.

2016.00 1512.00 12720.00 1590.00 22122.00

Name of work Measurment Item No. Item No.1

:

Construction of Compost Pits

Item No.2

Item No.3

Item No.4

Item No.5

Item No.6

Particular Excavation of foundation in earth Completefor foundation Pit 16.800x6.20x1= Inner walls Below 1m. 2x16.80x0.60x1= 16x5.60x0.60x0.25= Total Filling in Sand 2x16.80x0.60x2.50 = 4x5.6x0.60x0.250 = Total Providing 80mm metal etc complete 2x16.80x0.60x0.50 = 4x5.6x0.60x0.50 = Total Providing C.C. 1:4:5 for Foundation 2x16.8x0.60x0.15 = 4x5.6x0.60x0.15 = Total Providing B.B. Masonry etc. Complete 2x15.90x0.30x0.1 = 4x5.30x0.30x1.60 = Total Providing & Laying C.C. 1:2:3 For coping etc. Complete Wall 2x15.90x0.30x0.1 = 4x5.30x0.30x0.1 =

Measurement 104.16 20.16 13.44 137.76 5.04 3.36 8.40 10.08 6.72 16.80 3.02 2.02 5.04 15.26 10.18 25.44 0.95 Cu.M 0.64 Cu.M

Total

1.59

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