Sanctioned : 588.36 Cr.
Expenditure : 538.90 Cr.
No. of Projects : 692
Sanctioned : 448.42 Cr.
Expenditure : 388.11 Cr.
No. of Projects : 454
Sanctioned : 837.28 Cr.
Expenditure : 775.14 Cr.
No. of Projects : 963
Sanctioned : 199.50 Cr.
Expenditure : 151.87 Cr.
No. of Projects : 184
District Mineral Foundations are statutory bodies in India established by the State Governments by notification. They derive their legal status from section 9B of Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 as amended on 26 March 2015 as Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2015. This amendment came into force from 12 January 2015.
Gramin Jalapurti scheme now operational and serving the residents of Ramgarh. A total of 97554 people will be benefited.
The district administration of Ramgarh using DMFT funds has adopted an innovative scheme of using a mobile audio visual van to visit villages and directly train farmers.
Ramgarh District Administration undertakes scheme to promote pisciculture in Pataratu's Nalkari reservoir.
Access to education is a fundamental right and the District Administration has shown its commitment towards it through the establishment of a district library.
Providing Drinking water in Schools and Tolas by installing 506 solar water supply schemes.
The Gadbandh and Bijuliya pond renovated and beautification through the DMFT scheme.
Recognising the fact that AWCs are the focal point of the ICDS programme, the district has decided to channelise DMFT funds towards the setting up of model AWCs in district.
The district administration of Ramgarh using DMFT funds, established a blood bank in Sadar Hospital for improving health care.
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