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Twenty Point Programme - 2006
Twenty Point Programme

Government of India
Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

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TWENTY POINT PROGRAMME - 2006

The restructured Twenty Point Programme (TPP) -2006 has been approved by the Cabinet.  The monitoring mechanism will be operationalised w.e.f. 1st April, 2007.  The list of 20 Points of TPP-2006 is as under

List of 20 Points

  1. Poverty Eradication
  2. Power to People
  3. Support to Farmers
  4. Labour Welfare
  5. Food Security
  6. Housing for All
  7. Clean Drinking Water
  8. Health for All
  9. Education for All
  10. Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Minorities and OBCs
  11. Women Welfare
  12. Child Welfare
  13. Youth Development
  14. Improvement of Slums
  15. Environment Protection and Afforestation
  16. Social Security
  17. Rural Roads
  18. Energisation of Rural Area
  19. Development of backward Areas
  20. IT Enabled e-Governance

2.         The 65 items covered under 20 Points are as follows:


LIST OF ITEMS TO BE MONITORED UNDER TPP-2006

Point No.

Item No.

Name of the Points/Items

I.

 

Garibi Hatao [Poverty Eradication]

 

 

Rural Areas

 

1.

Employment generation under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act

 

2.

Swaranjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana

 

3.

Rural Business Hubs in Partnership with Panchayats

 

4.

Self help Groups

 

 

Urban Areas

 

5.

Swaranjayanti Shehari Rojgar Yojana

II.

 

Jan Shakti (Power to People)

 

6.

Local Self Government (Panchayati Raj and Urban Local Bodies)

  • -          Activity Mapping for devolution of functions
  • -          Budget Flow of Funds

-     Assignment of Functionaries 

 

7.

Quick and Inexpensive Justice – Gram Nyayalayas and Nyaya Panchayats.

 

8.

District Planning Committees.

III.

 

Kisan Mitra [Support to Farmers]

 

9.

Water shed development and Dry land farming

 

10.

Marketing and infrastructural support to farmers 

 

11.

Irrigation facilities (including minor and micro irrigation) for agriculture

 

12.

Credit to farmers

 

13.

Distribution of waste land to the landless

IV.

 

Shramik Kalyan [Labour Welfare]

 

14.

Social Security for Agricultural and Unorganised Labour

 

15.

Minimum Wages Enforcement (including Farm Labour)

 

16.

Prevention of Child Labour

 

17.

Welfare of Women Labour

V.

 

Khadya Suraksha [Food Security ]

 

18.

Food security:
  1. Targeted Public Distribution system,
  2. Antodaya Anna Yojana,
  3. Establishing Grain banks in chronically
  4. food scarcity areas

 

VI.

 

Subke Liye Aawas  [Housing for All]

 

19.

Rural Housing -  Indira Awaas Yojana

 

20.

EWS/LIG Houses in Urban Areas

VII.

 

Shudh Peya Jal [Clean Drinking Water]

 

21.

Rural Areas.
-Swajaldhara
- Accelerated  Rural Water Supply Programme

 

22.

Urban  Areas:
- Accelerated  Urban Water Supply Programme

VIII.

 

Jan Jan Ka Swasthya [Health for All]

 

23.

Control and prevention of major diseases:
(a) HIV/AIDS (b) TB (c) Malaria  (d) Leprosy
(e) Blindness

 

24.

National Rural Health Mission

 

25.

Immunisation of Children

 

26.

Sanitation Programme in

  • -     Rural Areas
  • -     Urban areas

 

27.

Institutional Delivery

 

28.

Prevention of Female Foeticide

 

29.

Supplementary nutrition  for Mothers and Children

 

30.

Two Child norms

IX.

 

Sabke Liye Shiksha [Education for All]

 

31.

Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan

 

32.

Mid Day Meal Scheme
- Compulsory Elementary Education 

X.

 

Anusuchit Jaati, Jan Jaati, Alp-sankhyak  evam Anya Pichhra Varg Kalyan  [Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Minorities and OBCs]

 

33.

SC Families Assisted

 

34.

Rehabilitation of Scavengers

 

35.

ST Families Assisted

 

36.

Rights of Forest dwellers – Owners of minor forest produce

 

37.

Primitive Tribal Groups

 

38.

No alienation of Tribal lands

 

39.

Implementation of Panchayats (Extension to Scheduled Areas) Act [PESA]

 

40.

Welfare of Minorities

 

41.

Professional education among all minority communities

 

42.

Reservation of OBCs in
-     Education
-     Employment

XI.

 

Mahila Kalyan [Women Welfare]

 

43.

Financial Assistance for Women Welfare

 

44.

Improved participation of women in 
(a) Panchayats (b) Municipalities
(c) State Legislatures (d)  Parliament

 

 

XII.

 

Bal Kalyan (Child Welfare)

 

45.

Universalisation of ICDS Scheme

 

46.

Functional Anganwadis

XIII.

 

Yuva Vikas [Youth Development]

 

47.

Sports for all in Rural and Urban areas

 

48.

Rashtriya Sadbhavana Yojana

 

49.

National Service Scheme

XIV.

 

Basti Sudhar [Improvement of Slums]

 

50.

Number of Urban poor families assisted under seven point charter viz. land tenure, housing at affordable cost, water, sanitation, health, education, and social security.

XV.

 

Paryavaran Sanrakshan evam Van Vridhi [Environment Protection and Afforestation]

 

51.

Afforestation
 (a) Area Covered under Plantation on - Public and Forest Lands
 (b) Number of Seedlings planted on -Public and Forest Lands

 

52.

Prevention of pollution of Rivers and water bodies

 

53.

Solid and liquid waste management in
  •     Rural Areas
  •     Urban Areas

XVI.

 

Samajik Suraksha [Social Security]

 

54.

Rehabilitation of handicapped and orphans.

 

55.

Welfare of the aged

XVII.

 

Grameen Sadak [Rural Roads]

 

56.

Rural Roads - PMGSY

XVIII.

 

Grameen Oorja [Energization of Rural Area]

 

57.

Bio-diesel Production

 

58.

Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana

 

59.

Renewable Energy

 

60.

Energising Pump sets

 

61.

Supply of Electricity

 

62.

Supply of Kerosene and LPG

XIX.

 

Pichhara Kshetra Vikas [Development of Backward Areas]

 

63.

Backward Regions Grants Fund

XX.

 

e- Shasan [IT enabled e-Governance]

 

64.

Central and State Governments

 

65.

Panchayats and Municipalities