NDP I has an estimated project outlay of ₹ 2242 crore comprising ₹ 1584 crore as International Development Association (IDA) credit, ₹ 176 crore as Government of India share, ₹ 282 crore as share of End Implementing Agencies (EIAs) that will carry out the projects in participating states and ₹ 200 crore by NDDB and its subsidiaries for providing technical and implementation support to the project.
|(₹ crore) |
|IDA Credit||GoI's Share||EIA’s share||Total Outlay|
|a) ||Production of high genetic merit (HGM) cattle and buffalo bulls and import of bulls/ semen/ embryos of HF and Jersey breeds for semen production.||267||30||0||297|
|b)||Strengthening existing Semen Stations/ Starting new stations for producing high quality disease free semen doses||213||24||22||259|
|c)||Setting up a pilot model for viable doorstep AI delivery services (based on Standard Operating Procedures [SOPs]) through a professional service provider including animal tagging and performance record||163||18||0||181|
|d) ||Scientific nutrition programme for milch animals to produce milk commensurate with their genetic potential and to reduce methane emission||383||42||0||425|
|i)||Ration Balancing Programme||324||36||0||360|
|Village based milk procurement systems for weighing, testing quality of milk received and making payment to milk producers||439||49||259||747|
|C||Project Management & Learning||119||13||0||132|
|a)||ICT for MIS||53||6||0||59|
|b)||Learning and Evaluation||66||7||0||73|
Pattern of funding
Pattern of funding under the scheme will be 100% grant-in-aid for nutrition and breeding activities. In case of new semen station, 25% of the project cost of the capital expenditure and in case of village based milk procurement systems, 50% of the cost of capital items will be shared by the End Implementing Agencies.