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Fund Allocation to Nehru Yuva Kendras

Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports releases Grant-in-Aid to Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) which in turn allocates funds to their State Offices. Funds allocated to and utilized by Nehru Yuva Kendras during the last three years and the current year, State/UT-wise is at Annexure-I.

Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) through its 623 District level Nehru Yuva Kendras(NYKs) undertakes programmes and activities all over the country. Details of programmes and activities being organized/conducted under the Nehru Yuva Kendras (NYKs) are at Annexure–II.

Annexure-I

  Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Statement of funds allocated and expenditure (2016-17)                ( Rs. In lakh)
S. No Name of State/UT Allocation Expenditure
1 Andhra Pradesh 585 550
2 Arunachal Pradesh 630 581
3 Assam 1,216 1,131
4 Bihar 1,711 1,576
5 Chhattisgarh 720 664
6 Goa 90 94
7 Gujarat 1,126 1,046
8 Haryana 985 859
9 Himachal Pradesh 540 509
10 Jammu & Kashmir 630 590
11 Jharkhand 991 913
12 Karnataka 1,216 1,131
13 Kerala 630 581
14 Madhya Pradesh 2,161 1,998
15 Maharashtra 1,531 1,421
16 Manipur 450 426
17 Meghalaya 315 290
18 Mizoram 360 332
19 Nagaland 495 456
20 Orissa 1,351 1,264
21 Punjab 900 840
22 Rajasthan 1,441 1,335
23 Sikkim 180 166
24 Tamilnadu 1,396 1,286
25 Telangana 450 415
26 Tripura 180 166
27 Uttar Pradesh 3,197 2,984
28 Uttarakhand 585 549
29 West Bengal 1,036 954
  Union Territories 0 0
30 A&N Island 270 249
31 Chandigarh 45 41
32 D & N Haveli 45 41
33 Daman & Diu 90 83
34 Delhi 405 381
35 Lakshadweep 45 41
36 Pondicherry 180 166
  Total 28180 26110
  Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Statement of funds allocated and expenditure (2017-18)                ( Rs. In lakh)
S. No Name of State/UT Allocation Expenditure
1 Andhra Pradesh 720 711
2 Arunachal Pradesh 641 641
3 Assam 1331 1324
4 Bihar 1851 1842
5 Chhattisgarh 759 751
6 Goa 92 90
7 Gujarat 1215 1208
8 Haryana 927 918
9 Himachal Pradesh 588 582
10 Jammu & Kashmir 767 768
11 Jharkhand 1074 1065
12 Karnataka 1204 1193
13 Kerala 686 676
14 Madhya Pradesh 2248 2225
15 Maharashtra 1702 1691
16 Manipur 462 454
17 Meghalaya 326 319
18 Mizoram 347 347
19 Nagaland 509 507
20 Orissa 1454 1446
21 Punjab 973 965
22 Rajasthan 1553 1543
23 Sikkim 214 193
24 Tamilnadu 1503 1496
25 Telangana 449 444
26 Tripura 213 202
27 Uttar Pradesh 4157 4104
28 Uttarakhand 597 591
29 West Bengal 1299 1303
  Union Territories 0 0
30 A&N Island 261 260
31 Chandigarh 40 40
32 D & N Haveli 43 40
33 Daman & Diu 82 78
34 Delhi 416 423
35 Lakshadweep 46 45
36 Pondicherry 172 171
  Total 30919 30654

 

  Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Statement of funds allocated and expenditure (2018-19)                ( Rs. In lakh)
S. No Name of State/UT Allocation Expenditure
1 Andhra Pradesh 782 729
2 Arunanchal Pradesh 734 680
3 Assam 1,524 1,425
4 Bihar 2,217 2,077
5 Chattisgarh 861 802
6 Goa 99 93
7 Gujarat 1,335 1,234
8 Haryana 1,023 917
9 Himachal Pradesh 630 579
10 Jammu & Kashmir 934 801
11 Jharkhand 1,206 1,140
12 Karnataka 1,365 1,285
13 Kerala 726 679
14 Madhya Pradesh 2,512 2,365
15 Maharashtra 1,817 1,714
16 Manipur 514 479
17 Meghalaya 388 357
18 Mizoram 410 382
19 Nagaland 592 555
20 Orissa 1,665 1,573
21 Punjab 1,068 1,004
22 Rajasthan 1,637 1,532
23 Sikkim 220 199
24 Tamilnadu 1,628 1,523
25 Telangana 530 495
26 Tripura 250 203
27 Uttar Pradesh 3,794 3,584
28 Uttarakhand 672 624
29 West Bengal 1,414 1,343
  Union Territories 0 0
30 A&N Island 296 278
31 Chandigarh 58 55
32 D & N Haveli 50 47
33 Daman & Diu 105 100
34 Delhi 452 426
35 Lakshadweep 54 51
36 Pondicherry 208 195
  Total 33,769 31,524

 

  Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Statement of funds allocated and expenditure (2019-20)                ( Rs. In lakh)
S. No Name of State/UT Allocation Expenditure  upto November 2019
1 Andhra Pradesh 716 413
2 Arunanchal Pradesh 771 445
3 Assam 1,486 858
4 Bihar 2,092 1,207
5 Chattisgarh 881 508
6 Goa 110 64
7 Gujarat 1,376 794
8 Haryana 1,046 604
9 Himachal Pradesh 661 381
10 Jammu & Kashmir 771 445
11 Jharkhand 1,211 699
12 Karnataka 1,486 858
13 Kerala 771 445
14 Madhya Pradesh 2,642 1,525
15 Maharashtra 1,871 1,080
16 Manipur 550 318
17 Meghalaya 385 222
18 Mizoram 440 254
19 Nagaland 605 349
20 Orissa 1,651 953
21 Punjab 1,101 635
22 Rajasthan 1,761 1,017
23 Sikkim 220 127
24 Tamilnadu 1,706 985
25 Telangana 550 318
26 Tripura 220 127
27 Uttar Pradesh 3,908 2,256
28 Uttarakhand 716 413
29 West Bengal 1,266 731
  Union Territories 0 0
30 A&N Island 330 191
31 Chandigarh 55 32
32 D & N Haveli 55 32
33 Daman & Diu 110 64
34 Delhi 495 286
35 Lakshadweep 55 32
36 Pondicherry 220 127
  Total 34,292 19,792

Annexure-II

Programmes and activities being organized/conducted by the Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS)

  1. Core Programmes

Funded by the Department of Youth Affairs, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports through annual budget. These activities are common to all NYKs in the country.

NYKS every year undertakes following set of programmes for youth club development, awareness and education, capacity enhancement, promotion of spirit of sportsmanship, promoting folk art and culture, skill up-gradation and programmes for promotion of national unity:

  1. Youth Club Development Convention at Block level
  2. Training on Youth Leadership and Community Development
  3. Theme based Awareness and Education Programme
  4. Promotion of Sports:
  1. Sports Material to Youth Clubs
  2. Block level Sports Meet
  3. District level Sports Meet
  1. Education in Basic vocations
  2. Promotion of Folk, Art and Culture
  3. Observance of Days of National and International Importance
  4. District Youth Convention
  5. Celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
  1. Swachhata Awareness Evam Shramdaan (Swachhata Action Plan)
  2. Swachhata Pakhwada(Fortnight)
  3. Work Camp
  1. Awards to Outstanding Youth Club at District, State and National levels.
  2. Theme Based Awareness and Education Programme
  3. Observance of  5th   International Day of Yoga on  June 21, 2019
  4. Declamation Contest

B. Schemes of Department of Youth Affairs

Following Schemes of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India are implemented by NYKS for promoting national integration, personality & life skills development, volunteerism, leadership development & enhance capacities to deliberate on local contemporary issues confronting them and evolve probable actions for the solutions.

  • National Young Leaders Programme  (NYLP)
  1.  Block Level Neighborhood Youth Parliament
  • National Programme for Youth and Adolescent Development (NPYAD)
  1. National Integration Camps
  2. Life Skills Education Camps
  3. Adventure Camps
  4. Inter State Youth Exchange Programme (Ek Bharat Shretha Bharat)

C.        Special Programmes

In order to provide more programmes and activities for the development and empowerment of youth, NYKS has been taking up projects in convergence with various Ministries and agencies. This in a way is assisting other Ministries and Departments to utilize the vast outreach of NYKS and offer an opportunity to the youth to participate and undertake development activities.  Following are the projects which NYKS is implementing:

  1. Tribal Youth Exchange Programme supported by MHA
  2. Kashmiri Youth Exchange Programme supported by MHA
  3. North East Youth Exchange Program supported by MHA
  4. Namami Gangae supported by Ministry of Jal Shakti
  5. Swachh Bharat Summer Internship Programme supported by Department of Drinking Water, Ministry of Jal Shakti
  6. Poshan Maah supported by Ministry of Women & Child Development
  7. Paryatan Parv supported by Ministry of Tourism

D.      Activities in coordination with the support of District level development Departments/agencies

Sapling Plantation, Blood Donation, motivate & facilitate immunization of pregnant mothers and children, cataract operations, providing excess of iron tablets to Adolescent Girls, Health Check up Camps,  Swachhata Evam  Shramdaan, collection of polythene bags, motivation resulting into construction of toilets, eradication of weeds, Water Conservation, Cleanliness Drive to clean streets, Public Statues, Common Places, Education Institutions, Hospitals, etc. motivate  & facilitate institutionalized deleverages, linking youth club members with employable skill development trainings, promotion & facilitating villagers to get benefits under National Social & Financial Inclusion schemes, motivated Girls and their parents to postpone marriage till attaining 18 yrs, enrolment of children in schools, facilitating into getting voter ID cards, etc.

This Information was given by the Minister of State (I/C) for Youth Affairs and Sports, Kiren Rijiju in a written reply in the Lok Sabha today.

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