Integrated rural development programme- IRDP scheme

Integrated rural development program

The integrated rural development programme is a central government scheme to provide employment opportunities, skill sets and subsidy for BPL below poverty line people in rural areas: The IRDP program is officially released by the government of India in union budget in 1978 and implemented in 1980, under this scheme all poor families and those people who are financial week will get the benefit of this Sarkari Yojana. This scheme provides you with a subsidy to appropriate skills which would generate additional income on a sustained basis that will lead to crossing the poverty line. Here you will know the integrated rural development programme all schemes list, main objective, advantages, features, Beneficiaries, and IRDP scheme pdf.

Integrated rural development programme

Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP) and its allied programmes of Training Rural Youth for Self-Employment (TRYSEM) and Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) scheme s a centrally sponsored scheme funded on 50:50 basis by the Centre and the states. The main aim of this government scheme is to augment the urban poor family income by assisting them with financial support by giving subsidies, skills programs and term credit by the financial institutions for income-generating activities.

Scheme Name IRDP
IRDP Full Form Integrated rural development program
launch by Government of India
Category Sarkari Yojana
Financial year 1978
Objective Raise the levels of the BPL families in the rural areas
Eligible Small and marginal farmers, agricultural labourers and rural artisans

Main Objective of IRDP Scheme

The main objective of the Integrated rural development program is to enable identified rural poor families and assist them to improve their family income by providing them subsidies, bank credit, skills development from various institutes so that they can become self-employed or get any employment on the basis of their skill, also this scheme is beneficial for farmers of India.  This will help poor people to cross the poverty line and become financially independent.

Integrated Rural Development Program Beneficiaries

Under this scheme all poor families in rural areas, here is the list of subjective that IRDP & the govt department choose to consider the eligible family for this IRDP subsidy that can take benefit of this Sarkari Yojana:

  • The family should belong to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories
  • Rural Artisans
  • small and marginal farmers belonging to SCs/STs
  • agricultural labourers
  • physically handicapped persons
  • freed bonded labour
  • Economically backward classes (annual income < rs 11000)

IRDP Subsidy

All the target groups that belong from any above-mentioned category or beneficiary wise subsidy benefit whos complete detail as mentioned below:

Beneficiaries family  subsidy and bank credit
Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes families and the physically handicapped Rs.6000/-
non-DPAP/non-DDP areas Rs.4000/-
DPAP and DDP areas Rs.5000/

 

 There is an assured coverage of 50 per cent for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, 40 per cent for women and 3 per cent for the physically handicapped. Priority in assistance is also given to the families belonging to the assignees of ceiling surplus land, Green Card Holders covered under the Family Welfare Programme and freed bonded labourers.

 

Integrated rural development programme sponsored

This is a centrally sponsored scheme funded on 50:50 basis by the Centre and the states. In this scheme, all poor families will be assets by the govt of India in the form of subsidies that will credit to their bank account. This scheme specially covered the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes families from urban & rural areas. The government track all below poverty line family that have 50% women and help them in term of financial support and provide them skills so that they can become self-employed and earn some income to cross the poverty line. This scheme will decrease poverty in rural areas in India.