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					                     PROPOSAL
                         ON
Vocational Training School for High Tech Horticulture
                      Activities
                         For
               Tribal and Rural Youth




                            Submitted to
                 Tribal Development Department
                          Gandhinagar

                           Submitted by


                WATER AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
    N M SADGURUTABLE OF CONTENTS
    Post Box – 71, Dahod – 389151. Gujarat (India), Phone: O – 0091-2673-238601, 238602
    Fax: 0091-2673-238604; 246749
    Email: nmsadguru@yahoo.com, nmsadguru@gmail.com
    Website: www.nmsadguru.org
                         Table of content
Sr. No    Topics / Sub Topics                                      2
   1      Introduction
   2      Scope for horticulture development                       3
   3      Need for training                                        3
   4      Why Horticulture?                                        4
   5      Sadguru's experience in horticulture                     4
   6      Target group                                             5
   7      No. of youth per course                                  5
   8      Objective of training programmes                         5
   9      Duration of the programme                                5
  10      Venue                                                    5
  11      Training Module                                          6
  12      Course content                                          6-8
  13      Pedagogy of the training                                 8
  14      Training budget                                          9
  15      Out come of Training                                    10
                 INFORMATION ON ORGANIZATION
 16       Name of organization with address                       11
 17       Year of establishment                                   11
 18       Legal status                                            11
 19       Vision                                                  12
 20       Mission                                                 12
 21       Development approach                                    12
 22       The Organization’s strategy                             12
 23       Present area of operation                               13
 24       Special features of project area                        13
 25       Focused activities of the organization                  13
 26       Accomplishment till date                               1415
 27       Financial achievements (last five years)                16
 28       Leadership and human resources                          16
 29       Organizational structure, culture and management style  17
 30       Organization chart / Organogram                         18
 31       Credential of the organization                          18
  INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES AT SADGURU TRAINING INSTITUTE
 32       Training facilities and services                        19
 33       Residential building                                   19-20
 34       Classroom facilities                                   20-21
 35       Library and recreation facilities                       21
 36       Year wise Training programme conducted at Institute     22
 37       Annexure -1-3                                          23-25




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                       Proposal
                          For
Vocational Training School for High Tech Horticulture
        Activities for Tribal and Rural youth
                           at
 N.M. Sadguru Water and Development Foundation,
                        Dahod


   INTRODUCTION:
   Horticulture crops contribute towards 24.5 % of the Gross Domestic Produce
   (GDP) of the country. Horticulture crops produce higher bio-mass & than any
   other field crops & provide high remunerations in semi-arid regions. They require
   less water, provide higher employment opportunity, are value added productions
   and are eco-friendly. India earns considerable foreign exchange through the
   export of horticulture products to other countries of the world.


   India accounts for 10 % of the world's total fruit production. During the year
   1998-99, India export 117917.27 tones of major fruits, which fetched a capital
   worth Rs 2471438 lakhs.


   The country stands next to China in the area and production of vegetables
   (contributing to 13.38 % of the world's vegetable production). At present, major
   vegetables like Tomato, Brinjal, Cabbage, Onion, Cauliflower, and Okara. Are
   grown in area of 58.70 lakh ha, having a total production of 875.30 Lakh Tones.
   During the year 1997-98, India exported 365370.71 tones of vegetables, worth
   Rs 24213.92 lakhs.


  In the year 1998-99 floriculture crops were grown in an area of 232540 ha and
   total   production of flowers was 4,59,156 tones of loose flower & 115613 cut
   flower stems.. Major flower Producing States are        Karnataka, Tamil Nadu &
   West Bengal. 2/3rd of the total area under floriculture produces flowers like
   Marigold, Roses, and Chrysanthemum & Jasmine.


   In the year 1998-99, India exported flowers worth Rs 96.6 cores, to developing
   nations like UK, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, and Spain



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    SCOPE FOR HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT:

    Out of the total geographic area of the country, only 30 % area has irrigation
    facilities & the remaining 65% area is very dependent on Monsoon. Indian
    monsoon is very much uncertain. Moreover, in the country, majority of farmers
    are small & marginal; having less than one hectare of arable land Thus rainfed
    agriculture is very volatile and risky for the farmers belonging to the marginal
    and small landholdings.
    In the present circumstances, in this rainfed area almost all the farmers are
    Cultivating Cereals, pulses & occasionally vegetables. By growing this crop
    farmers are not confident to obtain income from the crops, due to uncertainty of
    the rain, there is a huge scope for diversification of farming from cereals to
    horticulture crop in rainfed areas. In the beginning, the horticulture crops need
    irrigation support for some of the varieties, which easily available & are cultivated
    in the rainfed areas. After a gestation period of 4-5 years, these horticulture
    plants begin providing revenue & do not require plenty irrigation and related
    farming inputs. Even during the drought years, these fruit plants provide
    earnings to the farmers. In the meanwhile, till the gestation period of the
    horticulture species is arrived at, farmers can grow vegetables as well as flowers
    crops as intercropping practices, without having any detrimental effects to the
    other crops. These crops also provide employment opportunity to the rural
    people at village level.


    In the past few years, India is exporting different fruits as well as its products &
    receives foreign exchange. Consequently, every year the demand is increasing
    in an   exponential manner. Fruit crop also have very much nutritional value
    which directly improve the health hygiene of the growers family.


    NEED FOR TRAINING SCHOOL:
•   Unavailability of training school for remotely placed rural and tribal youth
•   Illiterate or partially literate youth has no scope other than manual labour
•   Monsoon dependent agriculture leaving hardly any scope for year round
    livelihood for many
•   Skill development in horticulture which has a ready market throughout the year
•   Scope of horticulture both in rural and urban areas



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•   Horticulture as a source of income in short duration can be undertaken by
    marginal farmers on their fields
•   Requirement of gardener in urban area
•   Scientific and technical assistance for horticulture activities
    WHY HORTICULTURE:
•   Very small size of land (0.10 ha) is also profitable (minimum Rs 10000 can be
    earned from 0.1 ha, in 3-4 months; profit is dependent of species grown)
•   Cash in hand in short duration
•   High Cost profit ratio compared to agriculture
•   Less labour cost
•   Women can be good entrepreneurs
•   Big and ready market
•   Conservation of water if micro irrigation system is used
•   Scope for value addition products


    SADGURU'S    EXPERIENCED    IN                                    HORTICULTURE
    DEVELOPMENT IN TRIBALAREAS:

    In Dahod, district horticulture activities are becoming popular as marginal farmers
    are getting more money in short time. Due to intensive horticulture activities,
    many villages are better known now as mango or flower villages in this district.
     Horticulture activities in Dahod district (2006-07)
               Type            Area covered (ha)                       Plants
     Fruit orchard                   3510.6           Mango, Aamla, Sapota , Lemon
                                                      etc
     Vegetable plot                  4245.6           Brinjal, Okra, Beans,Tomato
     Spices                            624.2          Chilies, Garlic, Ginger, Coriander
                                                      etc
     Flowers                           962.8          Rose, Marigold, Gaillardia
     Medicinal plants                   0             Chlorophytum, Aloe vera
                                     9343.2
     Source: Sadguru Foundation




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TARGET GROUP:
Unemployed rural youth from Gujarat


NO.OF YOUTHS PER COURSE                      : 30


OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAMME:

1. To develop skill among the youth regarding raising the high tech nursery


2. To buid up the skill among the participants in developing garden and its
     maintenance.


3    To provide knowledge among the participants regarding the value addition of
     Flowers, fruits and vegetables.


4.   To enlarge the skill among the participants regarding vermicompost


5    To develop skill among the rural youth about green house technology.


6 To develop skill among the group members regarding the install, repair and
     maintenance of diesel engine drip irrigation and spray pump etc


DURATION OF PROGRAMME:

Seven-week residential course including one-week field exposure to various
developed nurseries, green houses and processing units of private firm as well
as government organizations.


VENUE

SADGURU TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHOSALA




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TRAINING MODULES:

This seven week training course is divided into seven training module as under,
 Module -1   High tech Nursery raising
 Module -2   Gardening
 Module -3   Value addition for fruits, vegetables and flowers
 Module -4   Vermi-compost
 Module -5   Green –house technology
 Module -6   Drip irrigation system, diesel engine and spray pump
              (Repairing and maintenance of agriculture equipment)
 Module -7   Field exposure visit


COURSE CONTENT

MODULE -1 - HIGH TECH NURSERY RAISING
              Duration: One week (Three days field placement for practical)
              Topics :       Site selection/Location
                             Planning for nursery
                             Lay out Nursery
                             Infrastructure facilities
                             Irrigation
                             Grafting Techniques
                             Raising of the seedling
                             Insect –pest Management
                             Cost – beneficiaries
                             Marketing Linkage
MODULE -2     GARDENING


              Duration:      One week (Three days field placement)
              Topics:        Site selection/Location
                             Planning for Gardening
                             Lay out for gardening
                             Types loan
                             Equipments


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                              Loan maintenance
                              Periphery Plantation
                              Cost –benefit


MODULE - 3   VALUE ADDITION
             Duration: One week (with practical exercise)
             Topics:
             1. FRUITS
                          Grading
                          Packaging
                          Canning
                          Processing
                          Marketing
             2. FLOWERS
                          Grading
                          Packaging
                          Canning
                          Processing
                          Marketing


             3. VEGETABLES
                         Grading
                         Packaging
                         Canning
                         Processing
                         Marketing

MODULE -4    VERMI-COMPOST
             Duration: One week (Three days field placement)
             Topics :
                       Site selection
                       Lay out
                       Preparation of Vermicompost unit
                       Types worms and its life cycle



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                          Manure
                          Wormy wash
                          Cost- benefit
                          Marketing

MODULE -5       GREEN-HOUSE

                Duration: One week (Three days field placement)
                Topics:
                          Site selection
                          Lay out
                          Construction
                          Equipment
                          Raising the seedling
                          Economics
                          Cost- benefit


MODULE -6                 DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM, DIESEL ENGINE AND
                          SPARY PUMP
                (REPAIRING AND MAINTENANCE OF AGRICULTURE QUIPMENT)
                Duration: One week (Three days field placement)
                Topics:
                          Various types of agriculture equipment
                          Diesel engine repairing
                          Types of sparay pump and its repairing
                          Repairing and maintenance of Drip and sprinklers


PEDAGOGY:

The Training program is participatory in nature, in approach together with
different training methods like lectures, audio-visuals, field visit, learning-by-doing,
practical exercises, which are coupled with good number of field visits




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                                                  Details of Project Cost:
Project Period                                        : Three year
No. of course / year                                  :4
No. of course during three year                       : 12
No. of youth /course                                  : 30
Total no. of youth to be trained during one year      : 120
Total no. of youth to be trained during three years   : 360
Sr.    Head of              Basis of        Unit        Total    Year -1   Year-2    Year-3    Total budget
No     expenses             Charge          rate        No. of
                                             ( Rs )     training
A      Baseline survey      Lump sum        6000        12       24000     24000     24000     72000
       and data analysis
B      Post training        Lump sum        7500       12       30000      30000     30000     90000
       facilitation
C      Training programmes                                      00         00        00        00
1      Vocational           Rs 383.00       563010     12       2252040    2252040   2252040   6756120
       training on High     per day per
       tech horticulture    participant ( 7
                            Weeks for 30
                            participants )
2      Purchasing and                                           100000     50000     50000     200000
       hiring of Training
       equipments
3      Documentation                                            60000      60000     60000     180000
       and training
       literature
       Total                                                    2466040    2416040   2416040   7298120

      Administrative 5                                          123302     120802    120802    364906
      % ( stationary ,
      phone ,fax etc )
      Grand total                                               2589342    2536842   2536842   7663026

      Training cost per youth : Rs 21286
      Training cost per day per youth : Rs 435.00



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OUT COME OF TRAINING SCHOOL:

   •   Transformation of illiterate or partially literate youth in to skilled youth well equipped
       with means for livelihood
       After attending the training , they would get opportunities in developing their own
       nursery and sell the seedlings or grafted plant of various fruits and flowers           as
there is a great demand for horticulture plant now a days.


       THE TRAINED YOUTH CAN:


   •   Be readily employed in nurseries and green houses
   •   Establish their own vermin-compost unit and sell the worms, wormy wash and manure.
   •   Grow their own horticulture orchard, intercropping with floriculture and vegetables in
       their own field
   •   Also establish various processing units like fruit processing units, rose water,
       preparation of pickles, Jam, Jelly, tomato ketchup and sell it.
   •   Utilize job opportunities in various process industries or cooperative societies.
   •   The skilled youth has many other openings :
           •   In modern agriculture, farmers are using modern equipments so there is great
               demand for their operation, repairs and maintenance. (Diesel engine, drip
               irrigation and spray pump) s.
           •   At present, there is a trend in the cities, where most of the people prefer giving
               contract jobs to skilled persons rather than employing permanent staff for
               maintaining the garden
           •   In progressive districts like Kheda, Vadodara,or Ahemadabad, farmers require
               skilled or trained persons for management of their nursery, farm and farm
               machinery




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                     INFORMATION ON ORGANIZATION


NAME OF ORGANIZATION WITH ADDRESS


N M Sadguru Water and Development Foundation
P. B. No 71,
Dahod - 389151, Gujarat
Phone : +91-2673-238601; 238602
Fax    : +91-2673-238601; 238604
Email : nmsadguru@yahoo.com
Visit us : www.nmsadguru.org


YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT


1974
The organization started its Rural Development activities from the beginning of 1974.
First few years, it operated under the name of Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust. For
administrative and other legal purposes, it started functioning in the name of newly
registered organization, N M Sadguru Water and Development Foundation from the
year 1986, without any change in the management structure, leadership, area of
operation and activities.


LEGAL STATUS


The organization has been duly registered under various statutes such as ;


       i.      Public Charitable Trust Act

       ii.     Societies Registration Act

       iii.    Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA)


It is also recognized by various State Governments and the Central Government for
the implementation of the Government programmes for the Rural Development, Tribal
Development and poverty alleviation.


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VISION


Elimination of acute poverty among tribal and rural communities with natural resources
restored, developed and expanded.


MISSION


Sadguru endeavors to develop and expand environmentally, technically, socially
sound natural resource interventions leading to poverty alleviation, through community
participation, and empowering disadvantaged groups such as the tribals, rural poor
and women to ensure equitable and sustainable development.


DEVELOPMENT APPROACH


Sadguru’s broad approach is to integrate various activities around water and land
resources and their development and management. Only such integrated approach of
various activities around land and water resources can guarantee sustainable and
community managed land and water usage system.


THE ORGANIZATION'S STRATEGY


The organization’s strategy broadly rests on;
•   Community empowerment and ownership of projects to ensure the management
    and sustainability.

•   Water harvesting, water management and coverage.

•   Conjunctive use of water for improving livelihoods.

•   Diversification in agricultural pattern, focusing on more profitable venture like
    horticulture, floriculture, vegetables.

•   Equity and gender consideration with strong organizational capacity and
    institutional building.



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PRESENT AREA OF OPERATION


Presently, Sadguru is very actively operating in few districts of three adjacent,
neighborly states, forming almost compact and contiguous area; Gujarat, Rajasthan
and Madhya Pradesh. It has strong presence and coverage in districts Dahod and
Panchmahal of Gujarat; districts Banswara and Jhalawar of Rajasthan and district
Jhabua of Madhya Pradesh. Less intensive activities are in the district Dungarpur,
Chittorgarh and new Pratapgadh of Rajasthan, Ratlam and Mandsaur of Madhya
Pradesh.


SPECIAL FEATURES OF PROJECT AREA


Of the above present project area, the district Dahod of Gujarat, district Banswara of
Rajasthan and district Jhabua of Madhya Pradesh are predominantly tribal districts,
there by extremely poor and backward. The present proposal is for Dahod district of
Gujarat, which is among the most poor district by almost all indicators of the
development and human development indexes.


FOCUSED ACTIVITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION

Major focused activities of Sadguru are ;

i.      Community Managed Water Resources Development including drinking         water
ii.     Micro Watershed Development
iii.    Forestry - agro forestry, farm forestry, joint forest management
iv.     Horticulture & floriculture - supported by advanced technology of drip
        System
v.      Village Institutions Development (various users groups, SHGs, etc.)
vi.     Rural Energy
vii.    Rural Sanitation
viii.   Training and Capacity Building
ix.     Public advocacy and Networking




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ACCOMPLISHMENT TILL DATE

Cumulative Achievement under various activities have been as follows till June 2007
                               Physical          Acres            No. of Beneficiaries
      Programmes
                             achievements       covered        Households      Persons

 Community Lift Irrigation
 Schemes (Nos.)                           314          43128        22003          132018
 Water Harvesting
 structures-
 Check dams (Nos.)                        314          47135        21377          120262

 Wells Recharging (Nos.)
                                     27695             36214        27695          120262
 Intensive Watershed
 Development (Acres)                        -          57591        19515          117090
 Social Forestry
 (No. of seedlings)               52979929             56050        79877          479262
 Joint Forest
 Management
 (Acres)                                    -          13390         4339           26034
 Horticulture
 Development
 (No. of Plots)                      20055             10219        19800          118800
 Biogas
 (No. of Plants)                      1311                 -         1311             7866

 Rural Sanitation
 (No. of Blocks)                          696      -                   696            4176

 TOTAL :
                                            -      263727          196613        1171678


As reflected in above table, Sadguru has reached more than 196613 households and
carried out intensive interventions in more than 263727 acres of the land directly.




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PEOPLES’ INSTITUTIONS IN MARCH 2007

Cumulatively, the numbers of various new village institutions set up was as
follows;
 Sr.          Nature of Institution           Total VIs and VIs     Total Nos. of
 No.                                          set up during the      members
                                                   period
 1.    Formal registered cooperatives                283                21,225
                                                     (19)                (704)
 2.    Informal check dam groups                     221                 1,768
                                                     (03)                 (24)
 3.    Forest Protection committees                   27                 4,339
                                                     (-)                  (-)
 4.    Women horticulture cooperatives                07                 6,947
       (Taluka level)                                (-)                  (-)
 5.    Informal horticulture groups                  358                20,055
                                                     (27)                (989)
 6.    Informal unregistered mahila                  670                 9,326
       mandals (SHGs)                                (43)                  (-)
 7.    Informal youth clubs and farmers              152                 1,949
       groups                                        (22)                (111)
 8.    Watershed associations                         43                17,814
                                                      (2)               (1,623)
 9.    Milk Producers Cooperatives*                    -                    -
       (9 women cooperatives & 12 mixed              (21)               (1,156)
       cooperatives of men & women)
       TOTAL                                          1,761             83,423
                                                      (137)             (4,607)

Figures in brackets are of the year 2006-2007.

Indirectly, through training, capacity building and technical Inputs provided to other
Government    and   Non-Government        agencies,    under   watershed   development
programme, 4726 participants of different Organizations were trained.




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FINANCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS (LAST FIVE YEARS)

During last five years, the year wise and total financial achievements have been;
 Sr. No.             Year                         Amount Utilized
                                                   (Rs. In Crore)
    1.        2002 - 2003                           12.71

    2.        2003-2004                             11.23

    3.        2004-2005                             20.78

    4.        2005-2006                             23.65

    5.        2006-2007                             21.61

                            TOTAL                      89.98

Besides above financial achievements in terms of actual direct expenditure during last
five years, Sadguru possesses movable and immovable assets worth about Rs.
Fifteen crores at the present market rates, which includes its premises and training
institute of state of arts situated on 12 acres of the land of its own. Besides, it has
corpus fund of its own worth about Rs. 12.60 crores to date, which is being increased
every year.

LEADERSHIP AND HUMAN REOSURCES

Sadguru Foundation has been led by professionally qualified leaders with about 40
years rich and successful experiences.


Its second line of leadership is also professionally well qualified and well experienced,
operating independently in respect of their activities. The management and head of
the departments usually take collective decisions on all the important matters.


In some international evaluations, Sadguru’s senior staffs were adjudged as of the
international standards in their competency and efficiency.




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ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE, CULTURE AND MANAGEMENT STYLE

The organization is at the highest level governed by the Board of Trustees and
facilitated by the Advisory Council and the Funding Bodies to which the organization
reports and seeks guidance and help to carry out its mission of poverty alleviation
through the development and regeneration of the natural resources.
The organization’s management style is unique in one sense that it blends
professionalism with informal human relations that compliment each other. The flow of
hierarchy consists of directors at the top, under which are the senior management staff
or department heads and the field and office staff within each line department. There
is easy access to any staff from top to bottom and the organization believes in
teamwork that is sectoral and operations are independently carried out by functional
teams.


The Human Resource Development aspect is given importance in the personnel
policies and growth opportunities for every staff member are carefully designed. Most
of the staff recruited from local area, which is a great strength of the organization.
Certain senior positions are occupied by highly qualified professional staff from outside
also, who give their services for a minimum period of 4-5 years and in many cases for
much longer period. All the staff are given ample opportunities for capacity building
and self-development through the constant avenues for in-house and external trainings
within and outside India.

The most important factors contributing to the excellent performance and ever
improving performance and achievements is the motivating force of staff, which they
derive from freedom to work, openness in approach, access to the management and
above all pride in their visible success in improving the living conditions of rural poor
and regeneration of natural resources.

Total transparency is observed in terms of implementation and information sharing
with all the funding agencies and other concerned on all aspects of the programme
and the management.         This is the reason that Sadguru has special provision of
Advisory Council, which consists of all the major funding agencies, Government, non-
Government and International organizations, a rare approach to be seen in NGO




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sector. This not only ensures total transparency but also helps in seeking valuable
advice from all the important stakeholders.
Accuracy, timeliness and transparency in information sharing and reporting are
hallmarks of Sadguru’s management and most of the funding agencies find Sadguru
as donor friendly, exceptionally competent and highly reliable NGO with total
accountability.

ORGANIZATION CHART / ORGANOGRAME

The organization chart / organogram are attached as Annexure - 3.

CREDENTIALS OF THE ORGANIZATION
•   Has track record of excellent performance and achievements in Natural Resource
    Management vis-à-vis Rural Poverty Alleviation for more than 33 years (one of the
    oldest NGOs in NRM field and perhaps oldest in watershed and water resources).

•   Many knowledgeable people consider Sadguru as among the top most NGOs in
    India in the field of Natural Resource Management.

•   It enjoys an excellent reputation among the Government, Non-Government and
    International agencies.

•   It is known for its high quality work and for achieving targets on time through the
    involvement of the community.

•   Phenomenal and incomparable scaling up in Natural Resource Development and
    Management vis-à-vis poverty alleviation in NGO sector in recent years.

•   High level of social mobilization in the form of community participation, community
    management and the development of sustainable village institutions.

•   Women focused and gender sensitive approach with great involvement of women
    in all the programmes. This is internalized in overall approach and in all the
    activities.

•   Unusual promptness, clarity and accuracy in reporting.

•   High degree of accountability, transparency and integrity.




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 INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES AVAILABLE AT SADGURU FOUNDATION


TRAINING FACILITIES AND SERVICES

The institute has excellent physical infrastructure and facilities.        It has well
equipped      classrooms, conference halls, syndicate rooms, a boardroom, an
auditorium, a library, a common room for recreation and a hall for indoor games.

RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

Details of accommodation available in its residential buildings are presented in
Table 2 and a glimpse in the Pictures below.




       TATA VILLA-HOSTEL                  HOSTEL
                                             NORWAY VILLA-HOSTEL
TATA VILLA –




                                DINNING HALL




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       TABLE 2: TYPE AND CAPACITY OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION
                 AVAILABLE AT THE INSTITUTE
        Sr.  Residential             Type of     Room      Total
                           Status
        No.  Buildings               Occupancy   Available Capacity
         1.    Tata Villa      AC          Double                31
                                                                                66
                                           Single                4
                                           Double                31
                               Non AC                                           66
                                           Single                4
         2.    Guest House     AC          Single
                                                                 4              8
                                           Double
         3.     Norway Villa    Non AC     Four Bed              10             40
         4.    Dormitory       Non AC      General               9             130
               Total                                             58            244



        There is a large well-equipped kitchen-cum-dinning hall complex with a capacity of
accommodating some 150 persons for breakfast, lunch and dinner. An experienced
        caterer serves on demand wholesome healthy vegetarian meals, snacks, and tea /
Coffee.

       CLASS ROOMS
       A glimpse of class rooms could be had from the pictures and details of their type
       and capacity of class rooms are presented in Table 3 .




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        TABLE 3: TYPE AND CAPACITY OF CLASS ROOMS AT THE INSTITUTE
         Sr.    Class Room/ Seminar Hall                   Status                     Capacity
         No.
         1.    Seminar Room 1                   AC                               35 person
         2.    Seminar Room 2                   AC                               60 person
         3.    Board Room                       AC                               25 person
         4.    Class Room 1                     Non AC                           20 person
         5.    Class Room 2                     Non AC(Floor Seating)            35 person
         6.    Class Room 3                     Non AC(Floor Seating)            20 person
         7.    Auditorium Hall-                 Non Ac                           125 person
                                                Non Ac (Floor Seating)           400 person
          8    Community Hall
                                                Non Ac (chair Seating)           300 person


       LIBRARY AND RECREATION FACILITIES
       Sadguru has a reasonably well stocked library for catering to the needs of
       training programmes participants and its own faculty and staff. It subscribes to       most
of the popular magazines and journals relating to rural development.          Besides, it has all
important publications brought out by Sadguru and various           reports of State and Center
Governments. The accession list of all the   documents      available    in     the     library   is
computerized and easily available. The       library has also a spacious reading room.




                       Library                                 Recreation Hall




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YEARWISE TRAINING PROGRAMMES ORGANISED AT SADGURU TRAINING
AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHOSALA FOR STAFFS AS WELL AS THEIR
PROGRAMME    PARTNERS   FROM   VARIOUS   STATES  GOVERNMENT
ORGNISATIONS AND NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS

Year       No. of       Total              No. of Participants
           Programmes   training   Male         Female           Total
                        days
  1999          198         363    3218          1796            5014
  2000          181         348    2870          1708            4578
  2001          149         349    2274          1698            3972
  2002          224         427    3613          3865            7478
  2003          279         549    3877          3571            7448
  2004          256         466    3875          3027            6902
  2005          369         665    3725          6892        10617
  2006          383         747    5238          6624        11862
  2007          303         534    3961          6447        10408
  Total        2342         4448   32651        35628        68279
 Average        260         494    3628          3959            7587




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                                 TRAINING BUDGET              :   One training course
                           Training Budget for one Training course

                                              No. of         Rate
                                                                       No. of    Total Cost
Sr. No             Particulars             Participants/     (Rs) /
                                                                       Days         (Rs)
                                              Items           day
           Lodging Charges
  1                                             30            125          42     157500
            ( Food )
  2        Tax on Food Charges                               12.24                 4820
  3        Boarding Charges                     30            50           42      63000
  4        Class Room Charges                   1             600          42      25200
  5        Training literature                  30            150          1       4500
           Training Raw materials for                                              50000
           practical exercise and
  6
           traveling for practical
           exercise
  7        Field visit - Local                  30           6000
                                                                           6       36000
  8        Field exposure -outside                           10000
                                                30                         7       70000
           Grand Total in Rs.                                                     411020
                                  Per Participants Per Day                          326

STAFF PATTERN AND ITS EXPENDITURE                             : One year

                                              No of        Salary /   Duration   Total Cost
  Sr. No              Particulars
                                             Person        month       Month        (Rs)
                 Subject Matter
      2                                         2            12000         12     360000
                 specialist
      3          Training Assistant             1            8000          12      96000
                 Honorarium and
      3          traveling to out side                 Lump sum                   100000
                 faculties
                 Petrol , oil and
      6                                                Lump sum                    50000
                 lubricant
                 Total                                                           606000.00




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               Summary of training programmes

Name Of Organisation                               : N.M Sadguru Water and
                                                        Development Foundation, Dahod


Project Period                                     : Three years


Title of training                                  : Vocational training school on High
                                                     Tech Horticulture activities
                                                     for tribal and rural youth
Duration of course                                 : seven weeks


Type of Course                                     : Residential course


No. of course / year                               :4

No. of course during three year                    : 12

No. of youth /course                               : 30

No. of youth to be trained during one year         : 120

Total no. of youth to be trained during three years : 360

Estimated Project Cost                             : Rs 7663026.00


Cost per trainee                                   : Rs 21286.00




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