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Anantapur January - 2019
Anantapur January
S.No Department Indicator Name Achievement
(2017-18)
Target
(2018-19)
Achievement upto December month Achievement
during
January
month
Cumulative
Achievement
1 Agriculture And Cooperation Disbursement Against Agriculture Credit Outlay - Kharif (Crore Rs.) 4,864.05 4,892.41 4,977.8 0 4,977.8
2 Agriculture And Cooperation Rythu Bazaar Turnover (% increase) - 10 2.44 5 5
3 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Maize - Rabi (000 MT) - Y 24.5 24.5 - - -
4 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Maize - Rabi (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
5 Agriculture And Cooperation Rythu Bazaar Turnover (Lakh Rs.) 241 30 2.66 0.38 3.04
6 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Cotton - Kharif + Rabi (000 Bales) - Y 158 63 - - -
7 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Total Food Grain - Rabi (Lakh MT) - Y 1.7 1.8 - - -
8 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Groundnut - Rabi (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
9 Agriculture And Cooperation Amount Utilized of The Price Stabilization Fund (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -
10 Agriculture And Cooperation Number of Soil Health Cards Distributed to Farmers (No.) 68,092 362,000 362,000 0 362,000
11 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yards integrated to e-NAM (No.) 12 3 15 3 18
12 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Oil Seeds (000 MT) - Y 500 730 161 0 161
13 Agriculture And Cooperation Rythu Bazaars Functioning (No.) 1 - 1 1 1
14 Agriculture And Cooperation Rythu Bandhu Pathakam - Farmers benefitted (No.) - - - - -
15 Agriculture And Cooperation Area Covered Under Micro Nutrients Application - Kharif 124,000 85,500 87,880 0 87,880
16 Agriculture And Cooperation Quantity of Micro Nutrients provided (qtl) - 224,550 191,273 2,750 194,023
17 Agriculture And Cooperation Seed Supplied (qtl) 428,838 419,700 340,802 3,446 344,248
18 Agriculture And Cooperation Crop Loans Sanctioned to Cultivators Against Loan Eligibility Cards (New And Renewal) (Crore Rs.) 1.55 268 6.8 0.25 7.05
19 Agriculture And Cooperation Soil Health Cards - Area Covered (ha) - 433,970 433,970 0 433,970
20 Agriculture And Cooperation Chemical Fertilisers Supplied - Kharif (MT) 78,600 123,000 56,500 0 56,500
21 Agriculture And Cooperation Area Covered Under Micro Nutrients Application - Rabi 37,220 17,000 4,550 11,000 15,550
22 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Paddy - Kharif (000 MT) - Y 0 99.76 0 - 0
23 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Paddy - Rabi (000 MT) - Y 93.03 72.84 - - -
24 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Paddy - Rabi (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
25 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Total Food Grain - Kharif (Lakh MT) - Y 2.63 2.98 - - -
26 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover Through eNam Trading - Amount (% increase) - - -16.15 -,648.56 -,648.56
27 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover - Quantity (Lakh qtl) 157.06 - 3.55 0.32 3.87
28 Agriculture And Cooperation Modernization of Markets Yards (No.) - Q 2 1 0 - 0
29 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Maize - Kharif (000 MT) - Y 51 77.5 0 - 0
30 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Groundnut - Kharif (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
31 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover Through eNam Trading - Quantity (% increase) - - 0 -,800 -,800
32 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover Through eNam Trading - Quantity (qtl) - - 3.55 0.18 3.73
33 Agriculture And Cooperation Rythu Bazaar Modernised (No.) - Q - 1 0 - 0
34 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover - Amount (% increase) - - -16.15 -,649.36 -,649.36
35 Agriculture And Cooperation Area Covered Under Zero Budget Natural Farming / Organic Farming ( 000 ha) 4.96 13.06 11.8 0.6 12.4
36 Agriculture And Cooperation Chemical Fertilisers Supplied - Rabi (MT) 70,200 91,000 27,914 15,000 42,914
37 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover Through eNam Trading - Amount (Rs.) - - 9,145.02 952.55 10,097
38 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Total Pulses (000 MT) - Y 75 135 - - -
39 Agriculture And Cooperation Quality Assessment Labs Functioning (No.) - Q - - - - -
40 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover - Amount (Lakh Rs.) - - 9,145.02 953.56 10,098
41 Agriculture And Cooperation Market Yard Turnover - Quantity (% increase) - - 0 -1,500 -1,500
42 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Paddy - Kharif (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
43 Agriculture And Cooperation Disbursement Against Agriculture Credit Outlay - Rabi (Crore Rs.) 585.05 3,377.14 1,050 1,150 2,200
44 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Maize - Kharif (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
45 Agriculture And Cooperation Productivity - Cotton (Lint) - Kharif + Rabi (Kg/ha) - Y - - - - -
46 Agriculture And Cooperation Production - Sugarcane - Kharif + Rabi (000 MT) - Y 3 3.18 - - -
47 Agriculture And Cooperation Total Cold Storage Facilities (MT) - Q 0 - 0 - 0
48 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Inland Fish (MT) 8,180 64,252 3,501 1,009 4,510
49 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Area - Fodder (acre) 30,000 60,000 43,561 6,010 49,571
50 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Area Expansion Under Brackish Water Prawn (ha) 0 0 0 0 0
51 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Exports - Fish (MT) - Q - - - - -
52 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Additional Milk Processing Capacity (LPD) 14,34,000 0 573,000 0 573,000
53 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries High Genetic-Merit Milch Animals Inducted (No.) 566 3,500 840 0 840
54 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Artificial insemination done (No.) 30,700 260,000 196,546 24,278 220,824
55 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Inspections of Hatcheries (No.) 0 0 0 0 0
56 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Milk (MT) 849,825 980,000 714,358 87,105 801,463
57 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Cases Booked For Supplying Or Utilizing Banned Antibiotics (No.) 0 - 0 0 0
58 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Silage Distributed (MT) 9,432 90,000 6,223.32 311.6 6,534.92
59 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Processing Units Capacity - Fisheries (MT) 0 0 0 0 0
60 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Fingerlings (Lakh No.) 295 547 106.37 17 123.37
61 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Aquaculture Farmers Registered (No.) - 0 0 0 0
62 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Marine Fish (MT) 0 0 0 0 0
63 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Animals Treated (No.) 34,74,498 94,00,000 85,34,533 477,560 90,12,093
64 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Animals Vaccinated (No.) 95,81,272 92,00,000 74,26,319 375,346 78,01,665
65 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Egg (Crore No.) 2,758 31 22.81 2.75 25.56
66 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Meat (MT) 60,018 71,000 52,002 6,256 58,258
67 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Productivity Enhancement (Tonne per ha) - Y - - - - -
68 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Area covered by registered aquaculture farmers (ha) - 0 0 0 0
69 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Area Expansion Under Fresh Water Prawn (ha) 0 0 0 0 0
70 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Processing Units - Fisheries (No.) 0 0 0 0 0
71 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Additional Bulk Milk Chilling Units Capacity (LPD) 500,000 1.16 300,000 0 300,000
72 Animal Husbandry And Fisheries Production - Marine Shrimp Capture (MT) 0 0 0 0 0
73 Environment, Forest, Science & Techonology Palle Vannams (No.) 0 0 0 0 0
74 Environment, Forest, Science & Techonology Planting In Outside Recorded Forest Area (Lakh No.) 13,035 71 208.9 0 208.9
75 Environment, Forest, Science & Techonology Plants Raised in Nurseries (Lakh No.) 185.3 84.5 18.87 5.43 24.3
76 Environment, Forest, Science & Techonology Planting In Recorded Forest Area (Lakh No.) 295 4.81 5.33 0 5.33
77 Environment, Forest, Science & Techonology Nagara Vannams (No.) 1 4 2 0 2
78 Education Polytechnic Colleges With Infrastructure Hostels (%) - Q 0 80 0 - 0
79 Education Government Polytechnic Colleges Having Digital And Virtual Classrooms (%) - Q 10 85 0 - 0
80 Education Polytechnic Colleges With Infrastructure Laboratories (%) - Q 0 80 0 - 0
81 Education Universities That Have Applied For Accreditation (No.) - Q - - - - -
82 Education Universities Having NAAC Accreditation Above A+ (No.) - Q - - - - -
83 Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - Men (Ratio) - Y 39 - - - -
84 Education Teachers Pupil Ratio at Secondary Level (Ratio) - Y 22 31 - - -
85 Education Teacher Pupil Ratio at Upper Primary Levels (Ratio) - Y 18 32 - - -
86 Education Annual Average Dropout Rate - Secondary Education (%) - Y 0.54 0.55 - - -
87 Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - All (Upper Primary) (Ratio) - Y 80.27 88.23 - - -
88 Education Children in Std III-V Who Can Read Level 1 (Std I) Text or More (%) - Y - - - - -
89 Education Schools With Functional Toilet, Playground, Drinking Water, Electricity And Internet Connectivity (No.) - Q 239 9,898 137 - 137
90 Education Literacy Rate (%) - Y 0 - - - -
91 Education Polytechnic Colleges Complying to Teacher Student Ratio (%) - Y 50 100 - - -
92 Education Admission Against Sanctioned Strength (%) - Y 70 100 - - -
93 Education Out of School Children Enrolled in School (No.) 2,845 9,936 6,377 188 6,565
94 Education Annual Average Dropout Rate - Primary (%) - Y 0.68 0 - - -
95 Education Schools With Fibernet Connectivity (No.) 4 429 167 - 167
96 Education Schools Complying With Standard Teacher Student Ratio at Elementary Level (No.) - Y 2,634 3,198 - - -
97 Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - Women (Ratio) - Y 52 - - - -
98 Education Students Placed Out of Polytechnic Colleges (%) - Q 0 30 5 - 5
99 Education Children in Std III-V Who Can Do Subtraction or More (%) - Y - - - - -
100 Education Polytechnic Colleges With Infrastructure Library (%) - Q 0 80 0 - 0
101 Education Colleges Having NAAC Accreditation Above A+ (No.) - Q - - - - -
102 Education Colleges That Have Applied For Accreditation (No.) - Q - - - - -
103 Education Teachers Trained (No.) - Q 9,621 5,387 8,552 - 8,552
104 Education Schools Having Biometric Attendance Monitoring System For Students And Teachers (%) 83 100 82 89 89
105 Education Universities in Top 500 of Time Higher Education Ranking (No.) - Y - - - - -
106 Education Polytechnic Colleges With Infrastructure Own Building With Functional Toilets And Internet And Drinking Water (%) - Q 0 85 0 - 0
107 Education Annual Average Dropout Rate - Upper Primary (%) - Y 1.24 0 - - -
108 Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - All (Secondary Education) (Ratio) - Y 73.36 86.69 - - -
109 Education Papers Published in Peer Reviewed International Journals (No.) - Q - - - - -
110 Education Teacher Pupil Ratio at Primary Level (Ratio) - Y 18 35 - - -
111 Education Universities Accessing GoI Grant Under Niti World Class Universities Program (No.) - Y - - - - -
112 Education Students Going For Industrial Training in Final Year (No.) - Y 0 963 - - -
113 Education Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - All (Primary) (Ratio) - Y 97.84 93.45 - - -
114 Education Schools Complying With Standard Teacher Student Ratio at Secondary Level (No.) - Y 572 631 - - -
115 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Receivables APTRANSCO (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
116 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Villages Having Last Mile Fibernet Connection (No.) 234 - 13 6 19
117 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Cost of Power (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
118 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Receivables APEPDCL (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
119 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Payables APEPDCL (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
120 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Total Electricity Installed Capacity (Mega Watts) - - - - -
121 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Receivables APSPDCL (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
122 Energy Infrastructure And Investment APSPDCL: Profit (Loss) (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
123 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Progress Made Under Inland Water Ways (km) - Q - - - - -
124 Energy Infrastructure And Investment International Flights (No.) - - - - -
125 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Domestic Flights (No.) - - - - -
126 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Minutes of Outages Per Month Per Consumer (Minutes per Consumer) 8.4 - 7.2 7.35 7.21
127 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Airports Functioning Under Regional Connectivity Scheme (No.) - Q - - - - -
128 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Solar And Other Renewable Energy Capacity Installed (Mega Watts) 358.7 750 54.5 250 304.5
129 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Bhogapuram Airport Project - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
130 Energy Infrastructure And Investment APEPDCL: Profit (Loss) (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
131 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Dagadarthi Airport Project - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
132 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Bhogapuram Airport Project - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
133 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Orvakallu Airport Project - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
134 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Dagadarthi Airport Project - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
135 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Passenger Traffic at Airports (Millions) - - - - -
136 Energy Infrastructure And Investment APTRANSCO: Profit (Loss) (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
137 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Revenue Collection Efficiency (%) 92.78 - 95.89 77 94
138 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Bhavanapadu Port - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
139 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Orvakallu Airport Project - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
140 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Institutions Connected With Last Mile Fibernet Connection (No.) 315 - 167 196 363
141 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Bhavanapadu Port - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
142 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Cargo Tonnage Handled At Port Per Month (MT) - - - - -
143 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Outer Ring Road Amaravathi (km) - - - - -
144 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Receivables APGENCO (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
145 Energy Infrastructure And Investment T & D Losses (%) - - - - -
146 Energy Infrastructure And Investment New Solar Agricultural Connections Provided (No.) - Q 122 - 64 - 64
147 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Payables APTRANSCO (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
148 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Payables APGENCO (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
149 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Vijayawada Airport Expansion - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
150 Energy Infrastructure And Investment GPs covered Under Led Street Lightning Program (No.) 96 1,003 1,003 0 1,003
151 Energy Infrastructure And Investment New Conventional Agricultural Connections Provided (No.) - Q 8,354 - 6,331 - 6,331
152 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Specific Revenue Per Unit (Rs.) - - - - -
153 Energy Infrastructure And Investment APGENCO: Profit (Loss) (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
154 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Vijayawada Airport Expansion - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
155 Energy Infrastructure And Investment Amount Payables APSPDCL (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
156 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Procurement of Rice For FP Shops (MT) 0 - 0 0 0
157 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Fair Price Shops With ePoss Devices Functioning (No.) 2,966 2,986 2,999 2,999 2,999
158 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Eligible HHs Receiving Christmas Gift (Lakh No.) - Y - - - - -
159 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Cashless Transactions in FP Shops (No.) 332,100 2,000 3,946 0 3,946
160 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Eligible HHs Sankranti Kanuka (Lakh No.) - Y - - - - -
161 Consumer Affairs, Food And Civil Supplies Eligible HHs Receiving Ramzan Tofa (Lakh No.) - Y - - - - -
162 Finance, Secretariat Department Revenue Deficit (Amount) - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
163 Finance, Secretariat Department Revenue Expenditure - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
164 Finance, Secretariat Department Bank Branches - Rural (No.) - Q 329 197 195 - 195
165 Finance, Secretariat Department Status of Matching State Share Release (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
166 Finance, Secretariat Department Total Active Bank Accounts (Lakh No.) 4.59 - 53.95 61.82 54.73
167 Finance, Secretariat Department Fiscal Deficit (Amount) - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
168 Finance, Secretariat Department Debt to GSDP Ratio - Finance (Ratio) - Q - - - - -
169 Finance, Secretariat Department Revenue Status - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
170 Finance, Secretariat Department Debt Status - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
171 Finance, Secretariat Department Expenditure Status - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
172 Finance, Secretariat Department Tax GSDP Ratio - Finance (Ratio) - Q - - - - -
173 Finance, Secretariat Department Bank Branches - Urban (No.) - Q 160 274 280 - 280
174 Finance, Secretariat Department Capital Expenditure (Capex) - Finance (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
175 General Administration Disproportionate Assets Cases (No.) - - - - -
176 General Administration Anti-Corruption Trap Cases (No.) - - - - -
177 General Administration Cases In Which Prosecution Permission Received In Time (%) - - - - -
178 General Administration Cases With Charge Sheets Filed Within The Time Period (%) - - - - -
179 General Administration Persons Dismissal After Conviction (No.) - - - - -
180 General Administration Anti-Corruption Total Cases (No.) - - - - -
181 General Administration Anti-Corruption Conviction (%) - - - - -
182 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Institutional Deliveries To Total Deliveries (%) 99.3 100 99.48 99.68 99.5
183 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Institutional Deliveries (No.) - - 54,076 5,672 59,748
184 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Average Incidence Rate in CD (Communicable Diseases) (%) 1.1 - 1.13 1.08 1.12
185 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Children (1 to 5 Years) Target to Receive Full Immunization (No.) - - 53,802 5,978 59,780
186 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department PHCs Equipped As Per Accreditation IPHS Standards (%) - Q 0 - 0 - 0
187 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Average Incidence Rate in NCD (Non-Communicable Diseases) (%) 1.28 - 1.54 1.59 1.54
188 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Infants (0 to 1 Year) Received Full Immunization (%) 85.88 100 109.31 108.11 109.19
189 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Maternal Deaths (No.) 10 - 32 0 32
190 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Infant Death (0 to 1 Year) (No.) 122 - 584 63 647
191 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Institutions Adopted Biometric Attendance For Doctors And Paramedicos (%) 63.59 - 80.32 82.14 80.5
192 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Mothers utilised Talli-Bidda Express to Total Public Institution Deliveries (No.) 22,900 - 17,200 1,812 19,012
193 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Infants (0 to 1 Year) Target to Receive Full Immunization (No.) - - 55,098 6,122 61,220
194 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Pregnant Women Identified With Anemia (Hb 7-11) to Tested during ANC (%) - 60 72.14 71.98 72.13
195 Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department Children (1 to 5 Years) Received Full Immunization (%) 83.52 100 104.5 113.99 105.45
196 Home Crime Rate (Per Lakh Population) 14.07 - 11.3 10.4 11.21
197 Home Cyber Crimes (No.) 39 - 41 2 43
198 Home Road Accidents - Total Cases (No.) 1,368 888 661 73 734
199 Home Murders (No.) 119 - 74 9 83
200 Home Road Accidents - Deaths (No.) 620 374 379 39 418
201 Home Property Related Crimes (No.) 872 - 370 37 407
202 Home Crime Against Women (No.) 1,056 654 495 50 545
203 Home Rape (No.) 48 - 34 1 35
204 Home Crime Against Children (No.) 44 21 29 2 31
205 Home Crime Against SCs And STs (No.) 173 - 124 12 136
206 Home Kidnapping (No.) 80 - 35 5 40
207 Housing Houses Completed Under NTR Rural Housing Gramin - 2016-17 (No.) 706 500 303 19 322
208 Housing Houses completed under NTR (Gramin) 2017-18 (No.) - 0 0 0 0
209 Housing Houses Completed Under NTR Rural Housing 2018-19 (No.) - 16,530 6,690 730 7,420
210 Housing Houses Completed Under NTR Rural Housing 2017-18 (No.) 2,617 15,690 8,250 452 8,702
211 Housing Houses Completed Under NTR Rural Housing 2016-17 (No.) 12,212 4,780 4,878 52 4,930
212 Housing Houses completed under NTR Urban Housing (BLC) 2017-18 (No.) 2,719 9,250 6,367 419 6,786
213 Housing Houses completed under NTR Urban Housing (BLC) 2016-17 (No.) - 1,690 837 54 891
214 Housing Houses Completed Under Pre NTR Housing (No.) - 10,050 980 42 1,022
215 Industries And Commerce MoUs in R4 to R1 Category (No.) - - - - -
216 Industries And Commerce Public Sector Enterprises in Profit (%) - Q - - - - -
217 Industries And Commerce MSMEs Gone Into Production - Employment Created (No.) 4,194 4,569 3,774 490 4,264
218 Industries And Commerce Performance of Public Sector Enterprises - Profit (Loss) (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -
219 Industries And Commerce MoUs in G4 to G2 (No.) - - - - -
220 Industries And Commerce Jobs Created Against Promised in MoU (No.) - - - - -
221 Industries And Commerce New MSME Clusters Established (No.) - Q - - - - -
222 Industries And Commerce MSMEs Gone Into Production - Investment (Lakh Rs.) 17,555 22,770 20,289 2,224 22,513
223 Industries And Commerce MoUs in Y Category (No.) - - - - -
224 Industries And Commerce Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) - Amount Invested (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -
225 Industries And Commerce MoUs - Total (No.) - - - - -
226 Industries And Commerce Large And Mega Industries Gone Into Production - Investment (Lakh Rs.) - Q 182.86 117,500 2,004.54 - 2,004.54
227 Industries And Commerce New MOUs For Which Land Is To Be Allocated After DPR (No.) - Q - - - - -
228 Industries And Commerce Total Incentives Payment to Industries (Lakh Rs.) - - - - -
229 Industries And Commerce Large And Mega Industries Gone Into Production - Employment Created (No.) - Q 4,843 1,500 32 - 32
230 Industries And Commerce MSMEs Gone Into Production (No.) 403 273 596 88 684
231 Industries And Commerce Large And Mega Industries Gone Into Production (No.) - Q 3 3 1 - 1
232 Information Technology, Electronics & Communications New Mee Seva Centres Opened (No.) - 100 65 18 83
233 Information Technology, Electronics & Communications IT Exports (Crore Rs.) - Q - - - - -
234 Information Technology, Electronics & Communications Government Services Present Online (No.) - Q - - - - -
235 Information Technology, Electronics & Communications GPs With Mee Seva Centres (No.) 23 381 140 21 161
236 Labour And Employment Chandranna Bima - No. (No.) - - 5,324 692 6,016
237 Labour And Employment Trades Being Offered Apart From Welder Fitter And Electrician (No.) - Y 0 - - - -
238 Labour And Employment Chandranna Bima - Claims Pending Beyond S.L.A. (No.) 1,255 - 1,136 281 1,417
239 Labour And Employment Chandranna Bima - Claims Paid (No.) 5,526 - 5,155 193 5,348
240 Labour And Employment ITIs Complying to Teacher Student Ratio (%) - Y 85 - - - -
241 Labour And Employment Students Placed (%) - Q 50 - 82 - 82
242 Labour And Employment ITIs Having MoUs With Industries For Training (No.) - Q 0 - 0 - 0
243 Labour And Employment ITIs With Own Building With Functional Toilets Internet And Drinking Water Infrastructure (%) - Q 33 - 100 - 100
244 Labour And Employment Admission Against Sanctioned Strength (%) - Q 72 - 66.67 - 66.67
245 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Houses Grounded Under The Projects (No.) 5,754 23,408 18,296 342 18,638
246 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Houses Completed Under The Projects (No.) 226 23,408 757 380 1,137
247 Municipal Administration And Urban Development ULBs With <70 Lpcd Drinking Water Supply (No.) - 1 0 0 0
248 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Houses Sanctioned Under The Projects (No.) 50,876 0 34,665 0 34,665
249 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Urban Households With House Service Connection (HSC) For Water (%) 0 100 74.74 65 65
250 Municipal Administration And Urban Development IHHLs During Current Year - Sanctioned (No.) 341,800 - 10,588 0 10,588
251 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Urban Population Living in Slums or Informal Settlements (%) - Q 0 - 33.16 - 33.16
252 Municipal Administration And Urban Development ULBs That Are ODF Plus as Per GoI Norm (No.) 0 3 2 3 3
253 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Building Permission Applications Sanctioned (No.) - Q - 2,639 529 - 529
254 Municipal Administration And Urban Development STP Capacity Addition (MLD) - Q 67.5 - 0 - 0
255 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Property Tax Collection (Lakh Rs.) - H 176 4,843 175.63 - 175.63
256 Municipal Administration And Urban Development ULBs With 135 LPCD Drinking Water Supply (No.) 2 12 4 2 2
257 Municipal Administration And Urban Development IHHL Sanctioned During Previous Years - Completed in Current Year (No.) 58,500 - 93,731 1,196 94,927
258 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Waste Converted to Energy as a % Waste Generated (%) 0 0 0 0 0
259 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Total Anna Canteens (No.) - - - - -
260 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Building Permission Applications Sanctioned - Area (Sq m) - Q - 476,116 331,221 - 331,221
261 Municipal Administration And Urban Development ULBs With 70 - 135 Lpcd Drinking Water Supply (No.) - 1 8 10 10
262 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Districts Declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) (No.) - Q 0 1 17 - 17
263 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Revenue Collection Over Previous Year (% increase) - Y - - - - -
264 Municipal Administration And Urban Development IHHLs During Current Year - Completed (No.) 126,900 - 93,731 1,196 94,927
265 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Houses Tendered Under The Projects (No.) 13,224 23,408 22,555 0 22,555
266 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Capacity of STP per Sewage Generated (%) - Q 16.35 0.5 0 - 0
267 Municipal Administration And Urban Development ULBs That Have Been Re-Certified For ODF in The Last 6 Months (No.) - H 13 12 2 - 2
268 Municipal Administration And Urban Development Waste to Energy Capacity Addition (%) 0 0 0 0 0
269 Planning Net Area Sown - Kharif (000 ha) 1,010.27 - 599.85 0 599.85
270 Planning Net Area Sown - Rabi (000 ha) 80.35 - 104.78 10.38 115.16
271 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Habitations Without All Weather Roads Connected (No.) - Y 633 208 21 - 21
272 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Construction of Check Dams - PMKSY (No.) 989 913 480 6 486
273 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development GPs With Solid Waste Management - Vermi Compost Production (No) 56.23 698 302 10 312
274 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Panchayati Raj Resource Mobilisation (Tax Collection) (Crore Rs.) 13 22.13 18.47 5.62 24.09
275 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Construction of GP Buildings - RD (No.) 2 35 3 1 4
276 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Drinking Water - PC3 (27.6 to 41.25 LPCD) Habitations Brought Under Full Coverage (No.) 5 21 14 10 24
277 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Drinking Water - PC2 (13.76 to 27.5 LPCD) Habitations Brought Under Full Coverage (No.) 3 22 22 2 24
278 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Pensions - NTR Bharosa (All) - Distributed Amount (Crore Rs.) 47.61 582.06 51.27 151.69 151.69
279 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Hillock Plantations Done (RD) (No.) 285 96 37 0 37
280 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Person Days Generated MGNREGA (Crore No.) 1.81 170.74 1.82 0.11 1.93
281 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Gram Panchayat Declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) (No.) 98 1,003 940 0 940
282 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Solid Waste Management Units Functional (No.) 159 698 931 19 950
283 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Drinking Water - PC1 (0.1 to 13.75 LPCD) Habitations Brought Under Full Coverage (No.) 7 10 13 0 13
284 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Functioning Generic Medicine Shops (Anna Sanjivini Stores) (No.) 16 16 0 0 0
285 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Construction of Mandal Buildings (No.) 3 - 4 0 4
286 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Drinking Water - PC4 (41.26 to 55 LPCD) Habitations Brought Under Full Coverage (No.) 6 14 15 6 21
287 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Percolation Tanks And Mini Percolation Tanks (No.) 164 1,020 302 0 302
288 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Plantation in Horticulture Coverage (ha) 3,563 4,400 8,154.87 0 8,154.87
289 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Habitations Affected by Drinking Water Quality to Be Covered This Year (No.) 9 11 14 0 14
290 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Laying of Internal CC Roads (km) 247 649 564.4 105.82 670.22
291 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Farmponds Constructed Under Pantasanjeevani (No.) 25,000 33,602 19,085 114 19,199
292 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Pensions - NTR Bharosa (All) (No.) 424,078 472,614 460,995 493,684 493,684
293 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development GPs having Solid Waste Management System (No.) - Q 14 472 104 - 104
294 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Anganwadi Centres (AWC) - Construction of Buildings (No.) 396 683 180 0 180
295 Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Hillock Greening - (RD) (ha) 913.5 985 376.47 0 376.47
296 Revenue - CT, P&E, R&S Tax Collection- Excise (Crore Rs.) 336 792.17 225.4 16.2 241.6
297 Revenue - CT, P&E, R&S Tax Collection - Registration And Stamps (Crore Rs.) 238.2 289.58 169.51 22.59 192.1
298 Revenue - CT, P&E, R&S New Tax Payers - Commercial Taxes (No.) 6,378 12,859 5,225 565 5,790
299 Revenue - CT, P&E, R&S Tax Collection - Commercial Taxes (Crore Rs.) 6.1 9.78 6.5 0.85 7.35
300 Revenue - CT, P&E, R&S Tax GSDP Ratio - Commercial Taxes (Ratio) 0 - 0 - 0
301 Social Welfare Livelihood Activities (Bank Linked Schemes) For SC Beneficiaries - Persons (No.) 5,627 5,508 5,084 205 5,289
302 Social Welfare Livelihood Activities (Bank Linked Schemes) For SC Beneficiaries - Amount (Crore Rs.) 70.1 72.7 66.65 2.57 69.22
303 Social Welfare SC Colonies - With Road Connectivity (With Single Connectivity) (No.) - - 0 0 0
304 Social Welfare SC Colonies - To Be Provided With Electricity Connectivity (No.) 200 0 0 0 0
305 Social Welfare Academic Performance of The Students (No. in A Grade) - Apsw Residential Schools 7,056 6,690 7,248 6,144 6,144
306 Social Welfare Academic Performance of The Students (No. in A Grade) - Pre -Matric Hostels 3,881 3,033 3,443 3,623 3,623
307 Social Welfare Students Received One Time MTF (No.) 1,326 19,350 2,019 319 319
308 Social Welfare SC Colonies - With Road Connectivity (With Single Connectivity) (%) 105.96 100 9.09 18.18 18.18
309 Social Welfare SC Colonies - To Be Provided With Road Connectivity (With Single Connectivity) (No.) 104 6 25 2 27
310 Social Welfare SC Colonies - Drinking Water - To Be Provided Full Coverage (>55 LPCD) (No.) 2 35 13 5 18
311 Social Welfare SC Colonies - Drinking Water - Fully Covered (>55 LPCD) (%) 100 100 11 14 14
312 Social Welfare SC Colonies - Drinking Water - Fully Covered (>55 LPCD) (No.) - - 0 0 0
313 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department National Highway Projects (No.) - - - - -
314 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Maintenance of State Highways - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
315 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Maintenance of State Highways (No.) - - - - -
316 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Maintenance of State Highways - Length (km) - - - - -
317 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Construction of Amaravathi-Ananthapuramu Express Way (km) - - - - -
318 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department National Highway Projects - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
319 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Proposed Road Length Under National Highways (km) - - - - -
320 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department Proposed Road Length Under State Highways (km) - - - - -
321 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department State Highway Projects Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
322 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department State Highway Projects - Expenditure (Crore Rs.) - - - - -
323 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department State Highway Projects (No.) - - - - -
324 Transport, Roads And Buildings Department National Highway Projects - Land Acquisition (acre) - - - - -
325 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Children (3 to 6 Years) Having SNP Regularly (%) 100 100 90 95 95
326 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Anganwadi Centres (AWC) - Own Building With Electricity, Drinking Water And Toilets (No.) - Q 1 5,126 1,900 - 1,900
327 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Wasted Children (Low Weight For Height) Under 6 Years - Severe Acute Malnutrition (S.A.M.) (%) - 3.8 3.53 2.97 2.97
328 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Stunted Children (Low Height for Age) Under 6 Years of Age - Moderate (%) - - 20.24 23.88 23.88
329 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Wasted Children (Low Weight For Height) Under 6 Years - Moderate Acute Malnutrition (M.A.M.) (%) - - 3.66 3.13 3.13
330 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Underweight Children (Low Weight For Age) Under 6 Years of Age - Severe (%) 2.21 4.2 1.97 1.87 1.87
331 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Anganwadi Centres (AWC) - Operating from Rented Building (No.) - Q - 2,453 2,320 - 2,320
332 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Pregnant And Lactating Mothers Receiving SNP Regularly (%) 100 100 96.9 97 97
333 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Children (7 Months to 3 Years) Having SNP Regularly (%) 100 100 100 99 99
334 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Underweight Children (Low Weight For Age) Under 6 Years of Age - Moderate (No.) - - 11,235 2,571 2,571
335 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Wasted Children (Low Weight For Height) Under 6 Years - Severe Acute Malnutrition (S.A.M.) (No.) - - 5,572 3,282 3,282
336 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Wasted Children (Low Weight For Height) Under 6 Years - Moderate Acute Malnutrition (M.A.M.) (No.) - - 5,770 2,547 2,547
337 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Children (3 to 6 Years) Attending Pre-School Education at least 21 days (%) 83 100 93 95 95
338 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Stunted Children (Low Height for Age) Under 6 Years of Age - Moderate (No.) - - 31,146 25,472 25,472
339 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Anganwadi Centres (AWC) - New Building Completed (No.) - Q 1,052 521 17 - 17
340 Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Underweight Children (Low Weight For Age) Under 6 Years of Age - Moderate (%) - - 7.16 8.13 8.13
341 Horticulture And Sericulture Additional Cold Storage - Horticulture (No.) - Q 11 1 0 - 0
342 Horticulture And Sericulture Additional Cold Storage - Horticulture - Capacity Created (MT) - Q 43,275 5,000 6,000 - 6,000
343 Horticulture And Sericulture Additional Processing Units Capacity Created - Horticulture (MT) - Q 0 0 0 - 0
344 Horticulture And Sericulture Additional Area Under Fruits and Plantation Crops (ha) 4,558 26,974 27,093 1,033 28,126
345 Horticulture And Sericulture Area Under Poly Houses And Shadenet Houses (Sq m) 95,839 162,000 96,000 0 96,000
346 Horticulture And Sericulture Production - Turmeric (Lakh MT) - Q 0 0.19 0 - 0
347 Horticulture And Sericulture Production Covered by Better Packaging For Transport Like Crates And Others (MT) 42,595 65,000 57,642 5,358 63,000
348 Horticulture And Sericulture Additional Area Brought Under Micro Irrigation (ha) 35,826 40,000 25,261 3,120 28,381
349 Horticulture And Sericulture Horticulture produce processed (MT) - Q - 650,000 9,360.01 - 9,360.01
350 Horticulture And Sericulture Production - Chillies (Lakh MT) - - - - -
351 Horticulture And Sericulture Production - Coconuts (Crore Nuts) 0.59 0 0 0 0
352 Revenue - Land, Endowments & Disaster Management % of Land Records with Digital Sign by Surveyors 84 - 1 1 1
353 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Provided With Fibernet Connectivity (%) 29 100 0 0 0
354 Tribal Welfare Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) For ST - Secondary (Ratio) - Y 11 0 - - -
355 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Provided With Road Connectivity (%) 11.92 100 8.33 8.33 8.33
356 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Provided With Full Coverage (>55 LPCD) Drinking Water (%) 30 100 0 11 11
357 Tribal Welfare ST Maternal Deaths (No.) - 0 1 0 1
358 Tribal Welfare ST Infant Deaths (No.) - 7 28 4 32
359 Tribal Welfare Scholarships to ST Students - Amount (Crore Rs.) 8.58 7 3.81 1.7 5.51
360 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - To Be Provided With Bus Service (No.) 72 20 14 0 14
361 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Provided With Electricity Connectivity (%) 0 0 0 0 0
362 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - To Be Linked With Road Connectivity (No.) 125 12 8 0 8
363 Tribal Welfare Livelihood Activities For ST Beneficiaries - Persons (No.) 1,950 1,010 1,051 17 1,068
364 Tribal Welfare Drop-Out Rate - Upper Primary For ST (%) - Y 2 0.8 - - -
365 Tribal Welfare Enrolment - ST - Upper Primary (No.) - Y 7,278 8,181 - - -
366 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Provided With Bus Service (%) 0 100 10 0 0
367 Tribal Welfare Scholarships to ST Students - Persons (No.) 7,348 5,000 9,185 2,075 11,260
368 Tribal Welfare Drop-Out Rate - Secondary For ST (%) - Y 0 3.87 - - -
369 Tribal Welfare Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) For ST - Upper Primary (Ratio) - Y 10 0 - - -
370 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - To Be Provided With Electricity Connectivity (No.) 0 0 0 0 0
371 Tribal Welfare Institutional Deliveries in ITDAs (%) - 0 0 - 0
372 Tribal Welfare Enrolment - ST - Primary (No.) - Y 13,030 15,172 - - -
373 Tribal Welfare Enrolment - ST - Secondary (No.) - Y 4,455 4,747 - - -
374 Tribal Welfare Livelihood Activities For ST Beneficiaries - Amount (Crore Rs.) 6.36 7 7.05 0.1 7.16
375 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - To Be Provided With Fibernet Connectivity (No.) 377 61 6 0 6
376 Tribal Welfare Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) For ST - Primary (Ratio) - Y 10 0 - - -
377 Tribal Welfare Drop-Out Rate - Primary For ST (%) - Y 6 0 - - -
378 Tribal Welfare ST Habitations - Drinking Water - To be Provided Fully Covered (>55 LPCD) (No.) 0 19 2 2 2
379 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Students skilled for placement (final year students) (No.) - 7,300 8,436 186 8,622
380 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Students placed (No.) - 1,550 366 183 549
381 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation People up-skilled. (for wage enhancement) (No.) - 3,240 2,880 186 3,066
382 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Unemployed youth placed (without skilling- Job Melas) (No.) - 4,700 2,322 999 3,321
383 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Unemployed youth placed (No.) - 5,214 2,036 486 2,522
384 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Students skilled (Schools, Colleges and ITIs etc.) (No.) - 42,300 38,128 1,648 39,776
385 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Unemployed youth trained for Entrepreneurship (No.) - 570 880 0 880
386 Skill Entrepreneurship And Innovation Unemployed youth skilled for placement (No.) - 7,455 4,642 702 5,344
387 Tourism Tourism Transport - Revenue from Operations (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -
388 Tourism Tourism Sites Restored (No.) - Q - - - - -
389 Tourism Total Footfall in Tourism Sites - International (000 No.) - Q - - - - -
390 Tourism Total Footfall in Tourism Sites - Domestic Other Than Tirupati (No.) - Q - - - - -
391 Tourism Development of New Tourist Spots Like Museums, Zoos, Parks, Lakes, Islands Either Through Public Investment or PPP (Public Private Partnership) (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -
392 Tourism Total Footfall in Tourism Sites - Domestic (No.) - Q - - - - -
393 Tourism Tourism Accomodation - Revenue from Operations (Lakh Rs.) - Q - - - - -