Outcome budget 2013-14 chapter-ii

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2-3 films on eminent personalities as commissioned projects.

Production of 2-3 documentaries.


Infrastructure building, development and Maintenance

Meghdoot Theatre Complex

Rabindra Rangashala, New Delhi

New Campus for Kathak Kendra, New Delhi

Campus for NMPA, New Delhi

Development of Rabindra Bhavan Facilities

North East Centre of SNA, Shillong

Campus for Kutiyattam Kendra, Thiruvananthapuram

Campus for Sattriya Kendra

Campus for Chhau Kendra

To maintain an important complex in Central Delhi

Maintenance of Rabindra Rangashala, New Delhi

To construct a building for Kathak Kendra at Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

Improvement in Rabindra Bhavan facilities by joint services of the Complex

Regional Centers of the Akademi has been proposed keeping in view to make the Akademi's work more accessible to artists, working in different regions and to coordinate activities successfully in the region

New Campus of JNMDA at Imphal, Manipur. To facilitate expansion of the activities of the JNMDA and to provide suitable hostel for students

To facilitate preservation & development of various art forms, training programmes, exhibition & workshop. To cater for the Sattriya traditional dance of Assam.

One open air theatre, one closed theatre, one exhibition gallery will be maintained and improved for artistic use.

Maintenance of Rabindra Rangashala.

Kathak Kendra housed in a rented premises.

A 5 floor building is under completion such as beautification, equipped with modern technical equipment, to house museum for display of artifacts. Space for research scholars for research work.

New Building/ renovation will be undertaken for JNMDA complex at Imphal.

Centre established and housed in a rented premises at Guwahati.

Kutiyattam Kendra established running in a rented premises at Thiruvannthapuram.

Sattriya Kendra established and running in a rented premises at Guwahati.

Chhau Centre is running in rented premises.


Lalit Kala Akademi

Promotion of Visual and Plastic Arts. Its mission is to encourage deeper understanding of modern and contemporary art.



Under establishment head, payment of CGHS contribution, medical expenses, payment of retirement benefit are also made from Non-Plan Budget.

Expenses on contingences and rent, rates and taxes are also met from Non-Plan Budget (including for its regional offices).

Normally, non plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses


Promotional activities in the field of visual & plastic art.

Art Development/Art Promotion

Cultural Exchange Proramme, Incoming Exhibition, National Exhibition of Art, Art Communication & Dissemination.

The main objectives of the Academy are to provide infrastructural facilities to the artist’s community for the development of art activities of the country especially in the field of contemporary art.

Exhibitions: National-1

Exchange of Delegation Programmes under

CEP- 5

Outgoing exhibition-5

Incoming Exhibition-4

Mobile Exhibition-3

Curated/Special Exhibition-2

Camps and Workshops-10

Artist-in-Residency Programme-3

Coomaraswamy Memorial Lectures -1

Exhibition in L.K.A.Gallery-170

Grants-in –aid to art organisations-25

Conservations/restoration- art works-150

12th Triennial-India - 1



Art Film Show/Slide Show/Lecture-50




Art Film Show/Slide Show/Lecture -30

North East Art Conclave-1

National Art Festival—1

North East Exh. Octave-1

Camp & Workshop North East-3

Capital work-3

Renovation of Garhi Studios , New Delhi & Construction of Ist Phase of Regional Centre, Kolkata

Tribal Programme

National Tribal Camp-1

Tribe & Folk Exhibition-1

Regional Camp-3

Election to General Council

People engaged in the field of visual and plastic arts will be benefited and awareness generated to mass by organizing programmes with the State Akademis and the ZCCs.

Throughout the year.

Archives & Slide Expenses, Lecture & Seminar, Camps & Workshops H.Q. Grants to SA & Arts Organization , HQ Art Gallery & AC Expenses, Outgoing Exhibition, Special Exhibition, Survey of Folk, Tribal & traditional Art, conservation & Restoration , Art Festival other than North East Programmes , XIX Commonwealth Games, Programmes & Infrastructural Facilities ,

Fellowships & Scholarships

Publication & Documentations

Regional Centres

North East Prog.

Establishment of New Regional Centres

Kolkata, Grahi

Providing Scholarships, Fellowships, arranging Memorial Lectures/ workshops and bringing out the Art Publication


Sahitya Akademi

To undertake publishing & promoting Indian literature in 24 languages. To build and upgrade libraries at New Delhi and Regional offices located at Kolkata, Mumbai and Bangalore.



Under establishment head, payment of CGHS contribution, medical expenses, payment of retirement benefit are also made from Non-Plan Budget.

Expenses on contingences and rent, rates and taxes are also met from Non-Plan Budget (including for its regional offices).

Normally, non plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses.


Up-gradation of Libraries and Information Services

To provide readers/ intellectuals the complete range of books and update basic information about writers and literary activities in India at one place, make documentary films on eminent writers and scholars in the field of literature with modern archive unit of visuals.

Purchase of 6000 books in including foreign books Newspapers, magazines, journals, hiring charges of photocopier machine, AMC for library software, UPS, server, CCTVs, purchase of 5 computers, printers and 2 scanners for 3 regional library at Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore and Head office. Development of libraries and reading room will also include the provisions for general storage, online database, documentation and bibliography which will include retro conversion in 24 languages and bibliography project. Who’s Who Indian writers- publication of 2 Vols.

To restore the literary valuable documents/ books in 24 languages and development of system for more friendly readers. To develop archives unit equipped with modern gadgets to suit the requirements.

It is an ongoing scheme and targets will be achieved on quarterly basis.


Publication Schemes

Aims to full fill the basic objective of the Akademi dissemination of Indian Literature and making available to multilingual societies of Indian Literary masterpieces from other language into their own language, histories of literature, monographs on Indian Writers, translation of important Indian and foreign classics, anthologies of poetry, short-stories, one-act plays, literary essays etc.

Under these scheme publications includes purchase of papers, printing, binding, editing, designing, proof reading, processing, etc. or 24 languages recognized by Sahitya Akademi. This will also include award using books, Navodaya Series, children literature, Indian Classics, Foreign classics, etc. Apart from these, journals, national bibliography of Indian literature and royalty matters issues also be taken up under which various journals 5 Vol. of national bibliography of Indian literature will be taken up for printing etc.

It includes publication of books, three Journals of the Akademi, reprinting of important books and bringing out of Anthologies in foreign languages, Classics of Modern Indian Literature. The scheme is in fulfillment of basic objectives of the Akademi, namely dissemination of Indian Literature and making available to readers of the multilingual society of the country’s literary masterpieces from other languages. The scheme also envisages the updating of National Bibliography of Indian Literature. The Annuals of Indian Literature and Samkaleena Bharatiya Sahitya each in 10 languages will be taken up for publication.

It is an ongoing scheme & will be executed in the scheduled manner to achieve the targets.


Literary functions and programme

To celebrate centenaries of great writers, hold regional, national and international seminars, writers camps, workshops, symposiums etc., provide writers a forum for their periodical gathering by organizing meet the author, men and books etc.

It will hold 111 seminars in 24 languages, wherein 30-40 participants in each language will participate. 2 international seminars in Urdu/ 2 International English Seminars. 75 Literary forums, 60 writes meet, 40 men & books, 48 symposiums in 24 languages throughout India North East would be held. 4 National seminar or young writers meet and 2 women writers meet will be organized.

To promote literary works of eminent writers and poets among masses and to provide a space to the writers and common men to exchange views on literature.

It is an ongoing scheme and programmes will be held as per the recommendation of the committees.


Services/ Awards to writers

To enable creative young and old writers in Indian language to visit other countries and host foreign writer delegation under Cultural Exchange Programmes, to give award to literary works which merit appreciation and encouragement in all 24 Indian languages recognized by the Akademi, give honorary fellowships to eminent writers in recognition of their contribution to Indian Literature.

a) Travel Grant to Authors

(an amount of Rs. 15,000/- per author for 10 authors in 24 languages)

b) Literary Exchange

c) Annual Award to Writers & Fellows (an award amount of Rs.1 lakh for 24 writers in 24 languages)

d) Travelling Allowance to Members

e) Assistance to State Akademies (to provide TA and honorarium for 3 eminent writers)

f) Writer’s in Residence Rs. 105 lakh(@ Rs. 25,000/- for six months for 70 writers/ scholars those who are Indian citizen)

g) Medical Assistance to writers (eminent Indian writers who are suffering from cronical diseases)

To promote and encourage literary culture among young writers, authors, fellows etc. by providing them financial benefits. It works as a platform to the young writers to exchange their views and study the life and letters of their countrymen and thus widen their awareness and sensibility.

It is an ongoing scheme.

Akademi will also actively participate in various Indian festival, collaborations and book fairs at various countries that are being hosted through ICCR/ MoC.


Promotion of Sale of Akademi’s Publications\ Book Exhibitions

It aims to intensively undertake to increase sale of akademi’s publications, to advertise Akademi publications through literary journals, organize and participate in book exhibitions at regional, national and international level.

Books exhibition and fares

(160 exhibitions are supposed to be held throughout the country including international namely world book fare, participation of international books fares).

Promoting and disseminating latest books of renowned writers from various states and countries through book organizing book exhibition.

It is an ongoing scheme.

Translation Schemes,
Regional Literature Studies Projects,
Development of Languages, Fellowship: Coomara Swamy and Premchand, Bal Sahitya Puruskar and Yuva puruskar,

It pivots literary activities of the scheme under which translation prizes in 24 languages are given Annual. 4 Regional boards constituted for persuading inter regional studies, it seeks to develop and encourage 24 recognized languages. For development of languages, a project office set up by the Akademi at Baroda works and organizes various literary activities and conducting translation workshops. Foreign writers/ scholars are invited for his specific period to widen their literary awareness in r/o Indian Literature/ Languages, to give award to young creative writers/ children.

It has 4 Translation Centers at Bangalore, Kolkata, New Delhi and Ahmadabad & these have taken up translation of ancient pre modern and modern Indian Classic and also conduct regular workshops.

Translation prize will be given to outstanding translation in 24 languages giving award for Rs. 50000/- each.

Translation of award winning books and Translation of Children’s literature will be taken up.

Under Regional Literary study project, 4 workshops, 4 seminars on annual basis will be organized under 4 regional boards.

Work on Medieval and Ancient Indian Literature will be taken up afresh. Language Development Board recommends that the Akademi should promote literature in 24 languages for which a separate project office should be set up.

Akademi has instituted an award of 50000 each for Bhasha Samman to writers, scholars, editors, etc.
It will also take up the work of consecration and promotion of literature in Tribal languages as a national mission though publication and recording. The akademi has also instituted Annanda Coomara Swamy fellowship, Prem Chand Fellowship and Highest owner conferred on writer by electing as its fellow, which is limited to 21 only at a given time.

In order to encourage young writers. It has instituted a new award Yuva Puruskar in 24 languages.

Translation being a potent and dynamic tool for development of languages and literary activities. For achieving various targets set by the Akademi for promotion and development of literary activities in regional and tribal languages, annual awards/ incentives are given to Indian/ Foreign, young and children writers in the literary fields.

It is an ongoing scheme and will be executed as per the approval of the advisory boards.

Modernization and improvement of Administrative functioning

It aims to provide computerization applications in the field of literary fields in head office as well as regional offices. The old and obsolete equipment/ computers to be replace.

Purchase of computers, scanners, etc. for all the regional offices including AMC’s. Computerization of Indian Literature, Sales records of all the offices. Improvement and Maintenance of offices.

Keeping pace with the advancement of technology for the enlightenment of the users/ officers and staff of the Akademi.

It is an on-going Scheme.

New projects/ schemes: National Bibliography of India Literature, Encyclopedia of India Literature, translation of Indian Classics into European Languages, Anthology of Indian Discourse.

Aims to serve scholars, librarians, publishers and those interested in the book worlds as a valuable tool of reference. To give a compressive idea of the growth and development Indian literature through Encyclopedia. To bring together vast variety of thoughts pertaining to a certain body of discursive material.

The Encyclopedia gives a comprehensive idea of the growth and development of Indian literature. The entries on authors, books and general topics have been tabulated by the concerned Advisory Boards and will be finalized by a Steering Committee. Hundreds of writers all over the country will contribute articles on various topics. The Encyclopedia, planned as a six-volume project of which two volumes have already published and each volume of approx. 1000 pages is in demy quarto size. The second series of the NBIL will be taken up covering the period 1954-2000 to serve the scholars, librarians, publishers, booksellers and those interested in the book worlds as a valuable tool of reference. The second series will cover all books of literary merit and abiding value in the field of literature and allied subjects published between 1 January 1954 and 31 December 2000. The project plans to compile bibliographic data of 24 Indian languages. SA proposes to undertake 4 projects dealing with Anthologies.

Promoting and creating public awareness of various literary works in Indian and Foreign languages for the use of literary loving masses.

New Schemes proposed to be implemented in 2013-14.


Constructing of office building a plot of Land allotted by DDA

Aims to have a separate go down in the basement for sales office and office on the 1st and 2nd Floor.

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had allotted 2011.65 sq. meter of plot at HAF, Pocket-B, Sector-11, Dwarka, and New Delhi. It is proposed to have the godown in the basement and Sales office on the first floor and second floor may be utilized as Writers’ Home.

To have more specious office and with having other facilities and to avoid paying rent of Rs. 75 lakh per annum.


Festival of India

To organize major cultural festivals in selected foreign countries for achieving better understanding and cooperation



By holding art/museums exhibitions, literary seminars, theatre / performances / seminars / workshops/ cultural events.

Awareness about Indian cultural richness to other countries, creating opportunities to Indian artists to project their created cultural talents in these countries and also understanding of their countries’ cultural traditions.

Through out the year.


Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA)

IGNCA was established to commemorate the memory of the Former Prime Minister Late Smt. Indira Gandhi. It is envisioned as a centre for research, academic pursuit and dissemination in the field of the arts.




Construction of building

Building Project, Concert Hall, National Theatre etc.

Construction of IGNCA'S Building; Concert Hall and National Theatre etc.

Construction of IGNCA'S Building; Concert Hall and National Theatre etc

One year


Corpus Fund

Enhancement of Corpus is required in order to increase the interest income on Corpus which is the main source of the IGNCA's income.

This amount will increase the existing Corpus of Rs. 50.00 Crores to Rs.100.00 Crores.

Interest Income on Corpus fund will be increased.

All the administrative and establishment expenditures of the IGNCA are being met from the interest income from the Corpus Fund. Increase in interest income will reduce the deficit of the IGNCA.


  1. Promotion of Multidisciplinary Research and Critical Dialogue among diverse Arts.

  1. Resource augmentation and modernization.

  1. Modernization of office Equipments in IGNCA.

  1. Cultural Cartography

Enlarge its programme of research and publication of fundamental texts, reference works, glossaries, dictionaries, encyclopedia, comparative history of Indian arts, thesaurus of fundamental terms, inter-dialect and inter-disciplinary glossaries and dictionaries, explore relationships of arts and science, dimensions and explore relationship between arts of India and the world. Special focus on the North-East and its cultural dimensions.

Augment the repository of primary source material - written, oral, auditory, audio-visual and pictorial of the IGNCA, to serve as the national centre for the arts and culture and support research and publication activities of its other in-house divisions, Upgrade and install modern management and technological tools and systems, Enhance reproduction of source materials in different regional centers under IGNCA, Upgrade technology and set-up permanent galleries for display and exhibition.

To equip the office with furniture and equipment, in keeping with the design and structure of the state-of-the-art building.
Map ecological and cultural profile of diverse communities of India along with specific aspects of art and crafts traditions prevalent among them

Studies on the following dimensions:

(a) Multiple levels of Identity and their manifestation in Arts

(b) Language and Cultural Diversity

(c) Wisdom Tradition, Ecology, Resource Management and Sustainable Development

(d) Religious Identities, Confluence of Traditions and Composite Cultures

(e)Inter-cultural Dialogue

(f)Contribution of Women to Indian Art and Culture.

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