Outcome budget 2014-15 chapter-ii


Excavation of Archaeological Sites and Exploration of antiquarian Remains, under Village to Village Survey and Problem Oriented survey



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Excavation of Archaeological Sites and Exploration of antiquarian Remains, under Village to Village Survey and Problem Oriented survey.

(This scheme is proposed to be a centrally sponsored scheme during 12th Plan proposal).









-Excavation of Archaeological Sites and exploration of antiquarian remains.

-Problem oriented survey.

-Archaeological investigation using modern scientific methods and setting up a centralized cell to carry out scientific exploratory survey..

-Purchase of Machinery and Equipments, like GPR, GPS & Total Station, 3 Laser Scanner, Magnetic and Resistivity equipments photographic equipments and tools & plants, etc.

-Temple architectural survey.

-Building Survey Project.

Financial assistance for excavation for Universities and Research Institutions.

-Financial assistance for publication.

-Underwater Archaeology Wing.

-Epigraphically Survey, photo documentation of inscriptions, etc.



Ongoing process/ Self explanatory








(iv)

Development of the Archaeological Site Museums.

Maintenance/Development of Archaeological Museums







-Maintenance of 44 Site museums.

-Phased modernization/ upgradation of 10 site museums as per the 14 Point Museum Reforms.

-Opening of the site museums at Piprahawa (U.P.), Lalitgiri (Orissa), Shivpuri (M.P.) and Sannati (Karnataka).

-Re-organization of the galleries as per 14 Point Museum Reforms identified by Ministry of Culture

-Upgradation of Public amenities.

-Publication of brochures/popular literature.

-Capacity building and outreach programme.


To make museums more accessible and visitor friendly.

Expected to be completed in one year.




(v)

(i) Publication

(ii) Cultural Awareness



1. Printing/ reprinting of Academic & informative publication on Archaeology and related subjects.

Advertisement on heritage Days/ Week and Culture Awareness









(a) Reprints
(b) New Publications
Advertisement in English, Hindi & Local languages through newspapers all over India

05

10

Creating awareness/enthusiasm among the public about the cultural heritage, to keep the monuments neat & clean, avoid defacing the monuments by graffiti & unauthorized construction near monuments, etc.



2014-15.


Shortage of editorial staff and vacant posts in Publication Section.

Non availability of sufficient funds for the purpose.



(vi)

National Mission for Ancient Monuments and Antiquities

i) Remuneration for supporting staff engaged on contract basis and fee for consultants (for various consultancy work).

Travel Expenses.

ii) Equipment and software.

iii) Stationery and other related expenditure in H.Q. & other centres.

iv) Publication of popular literature

v) Awareness programme

Exhibition, Seminars etc.

vi) Conservation of selected monuments



vii) Miscellaneous and other unforeseen expenditure







NMMA was launched for a period of five years i.e. 2007-12 for preparing a comprehensive data base of all monuments and antiquities (both protected and unprotected) in the country. The proposal for the primary survey was dropped and was decided to document the data through published and unpublished secondary sources. To overcome such anomaly, the primary survey of unprotected built heritage and sites needs to be introduced to build an authentic and credible national database by using GIS, GPS, Laser Scanning, photography and extensive survey. Now, this is an ongoing scheme included in the XII five year plan proposal, sent to MoC

Mission will help to protect and preserve the cultural wealth and increase awareness in public as also encourage them to participate in preservation of monuments and antiquities.

This has been an ongoing scheme since 2007 during XI Five Year Plan. Now the Mission is proposed to be continued as a Plan Scheme during the XII Five year Plan period i.e. 2012-17.




(vii)

Central Sector Scheme- Conservation, Preservation and Environmental development of monuments and archaeological sites protected by the State Govt.

Aims to conserve preserve and maintain monuments located in States which are not covered under the list of ASI’s monuments/ sites.







It is proposed to protect, conserve and develop state protected monuments on the receipt of the proposals from the concerned state govt.

Better preservation ad conservation of monuments will attract cultural tourism.







23.

National Archives of India

The custodian of non-current records of enduring value of Central Government Ministries / Departments / Offices and their predecessor bodies. The nodal agency for record management activities and their permanent preservation and use by the posterity.

19.00

12.00










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

(i)

Expansion of records Management Programme

(i). Survey & Inspection of Public Records by Archival Assistant.

(ii). Accession& Arrangement of Appraised Records after their transfer from Ministries/ Depts. etc. (By outsourcing).

(iii). Amendment of the Public Records Act 1993 and Rules 1997.

(iv). Vetting of Records Retention Schedules.

(v).Holding of Meeting of Archival Advisory Board

(vi).Compilation of 12th & 13th Report of DGA on Implementation of Public Records Act 1993.

(vii).Organizing Orientation course in RM for DROs.

(viii).Inspection of DRRs of Ministry/ Departments/ Offices.









(i). 2, 00,000 (approx) Records of various Ministries/ Departments to be appraised and transferred to NAI.

(ii), 1, 00,000 Records (approx.).

(iii). Vetting of 10 Records Retention schedules.

(iv). Holding of 13th meeting and follow up actions to be taken on their recommendation.

(v). Compilation of 13th & 14th DGA Report to be completed and Reports to be distributed as per approved list.

(vi). 7 Orientation courses to be conducted.

(vii). 12 DRRs to be inspected.


The valuable documentary heritage of the nation is received for posterity. Safe custody / Scientific preservation of this material is ensured and it is supplied to Research Scholars for research/ reference purposes. Helps the record creating agency for recording/ review/ weeding of records to ensure that the files are neither permanent neither destroyed nor kept for periods longer than necessary. Capacity building of departmental record offices in the Ministries/ Departments.

Throughout the year.

Creates awareness among the record creating agencies for betterment of records preservation in a scientific manner.

(ii)

Expansion of repair and reprography

Conservation Research Laboratory (CRL)



Repair of records, binding and stitching of books/ volumes, conservation & repair of records and rare books in NAI, New Delhi, Preservation of manuscripts in collection of Vishva Bharti University, Preparation of -ve microfilms & +ve microfilms of NAI records, preparation of +ve microfilms of –ve microfilms rolls and preparation of digital images & converting the same into analog images.

Testing of preservative materials, modernization of laboratory, special restoration, technical information on conservation of Archival material, imparting lectures, workshops/ seminars.









1,10,000 sheets to be repaired
Volumes -200

Books- 80

Misc Items-1000
2,12,000 Sheets

2,00,000 Sheets


Palm leaf-100 bundles

Terat Leaf-100 bndls

Tulat Leaf-100 bndls

Shurool Record-100 bndls

Jagdev Record-100 bndls

- Scientific preservation of records by latest techniques to save them for posterity and research purposes.


720 rolls to be microfilmed. 60,000 exposures to be completed. 28,000 meters printing to be done. 50,000 copies to be supplied to scholars.
(i) 3,96,000 Images
(ii) 300 Images

(i) 3,96,000 Images


(ii) 300 Images

Scientific preservation of records by latest techniques to save them for posterity and research purposes.

- The sheets are to be chemically treated and repaired for permanent preservation and maintenance of records and availability to the Scholars for reference.

-Able to assist in conservation of Mss.& Archives by extending technical and financial support towards Deptts/Organizations/Institutions/Individuals.

- Examination of preservative materials, restoration of archival records and other works. Proper maintenance of laboratory and other works as per requirements.

To have a backup copy as a part of disaster management by way of content preservation and also to save space.

To facilitate the research scholars/ individuals in their research work.

To have a digital form of records from documents/microfilms available with the NAI

Done with the help of microfilm cameras by the departmental experts.


With the help of Xerox Machine, Microfilm, Camera etc .by departmental experts.

With the Help of Hybrid Microfilm Camera, Microfilm Scanner and digital Camera by the department experts.






(iii)

Expansion of library and administration

Purchase of books, Accessing of books/ periodicals, classification of books/ periodicals, Data Entry in to the computer, Binding of books through outsource, Preparation of book cards.








Books to be purchased as recommended by BAC; 1000 books/periodicals to be accessioned; 1000 books /periodicals to be classified 1000 books/ periodicals to be entered in the computer. 1500 cards to be prepared;


Books acquired are classified, catalogued and indexed to facilitate easy access to research scholars/ Users in their research work.


By holding of BAC meeting by departmental experts and approval of Ministry of Culture.

No.of books to be acquired depend on their availability in the market.

(iv)

Expansion of National

Register or Private Records (NRPR)



Publication of NRPR volumes.







Volume 24 and 25 to be compiled and completed

Helping the scholars to have a tangible idea about the custody of documents/ manuscripts in the custody of Individuals and other voluntary organizations.

By editing/ listing & compiling of entries and printing of the volumes.

Subject to receipt of adequate no. of properly filled in proformas from States/U.T. Archives/ R.R.S.Cs

(v)

Expansion of Activities of School of Archival Studies

  1. One Year Diploma Course in Archives and Record Management 2010-11 & 2011-12.



  1. Short Term Courses in Archival Management and allied disciplines.



  1. Monthly Talks, Workshop/Seminars on Conservation, Records Management, Expansion of School Library







One year Diploma Course in Archives and Records Management 2011-12 to be completed and Diploma course 2012-13 to be started.

-Creation of a work force of trained professionals in various disciplines of Archival Administration, Record Management, conservation etc to man various custodial institutions of Archival and documentary wealth of the nation.


- Short Term Course in Record Management-two courses to be conducted; Reprography - (two courses); Servicing and Repair of Records (two courses); Care and Conservation of Books/ MSS/ Archives- (two courses); Archives Management- (one course); Introduction of Short Term Course in Calligraphy- one short term of 3 months duration to be introduced in which shikasta (cursive writing) Khattati (calligraphy) will be taught.

- Two seminars (on the theme to be finalized) are proposed to be conducted.




Publication of advertisements and selection of Trainees vide written test/ Interview and imparting training in the School of Archival Studies by departmental experts/external faculty/Conducting examination/Award of Diplomas.

- Publication of advertisements and selection of trainees on merit basis and imparting training in the School of Archival Studies by departmental experts/External Faculty/Conducting Examination/Award of Certificates.

- Creation of awareness on Conservation and proper Records Management in persons working in Govt. and other institutions.

Correspondence with prospective institutions / organizations and conduct of seminars and workshops.






(vi)

Setting up of a Record Centre in Eastern Zone

  1. Survey and Accession of non current records.

  2. Appraisal of Records..

  3. Vetting of records retention schedule.

  4. Repair and preservation of records by INTACH, Bhubaneswar, preparation of reference media records.







Survey and acquisition of non current records of central Government Offices located in North Eastern Zone.

-2,000 files to be appraised

-Vetting of 2 record retention schedule

40,000 sheets per year



Preserving the Eastern regional records for safe custody/posterity and for consultation by scholars/individuals for their research work.

- The process helps in elimination of records of ephemeral value and identification of enduring nature for their eventual transfer to NAI Record Centre.

- Helps the record creating agency for recording/ weeding of records to ensure that files are neither prematurely destroyed nor kept for periods longer than necessary.

- Scientific preservation of records by latest techniques to save them for posterity and research purposes.

-- By conducting spot study of the Records of various Ministries/ Departments/Offices.


By visiting Central Government Offices/Departments in North Eastern Zone by the departmental experts of the Record Center at Bhubaneswar and transfer of the appraised Non-current Records to the Record Center.

- By visiting Departmental Record Rooms in the various Ministries/ Departments/Offices.







(vii)

Acquisition of microfilm copies OF RECORDS FROM ABROAD.

Acquisition of microfilm copies of records of Indian interest from abroad in order to supplement the holdings & fill in the gaps in the existing series in NAI.
Digitization of Eminent Private Papers








Acquisition of microfilm copies of records from the following series:-

Cab 127; L/MIL/7 Series; (Remaining files); Euro Mss; Vernacular Tracts; 5. Mountbatten Papers




Records relating to India which are available in other countries are acquired to fill in the gaps in the existing series of records in NAI, thus a comprehensive source for historiography/ reference is generated for current and future uses.

ii) For quick retrieval of Scholars.









(viii)

Listing of Records Ref. Media including computerization of records

Descriptive List of Persian Correspondence Vol. VI

Calendar of Persian Correspondence. Vol-XII (1805)

Check List of Microfiche sheets of Oriental books/manuscripts Repair of Mss /Books/Documents Catalogue of Seals (Foreign) (Reprint) Microfilming of Oriental Records Shigrafnama-i-vilayat

Translation and Editing of Persian Mss.( Out sourcing)

Preparation of Catalogue Cards of the Records in Languages other than Persian/Arabic/Urdu

(By outsourcing) Historical Documents Purchase Committee (HDPC)

Aai-i- Ahmad Suroor Collection








For easy retrieval of Scholars and other information seekers. Listing of remaining 3800 microfiche sheets will be prepared after checking. Preparation of Revised Edition Volumes to be brought out. Efforts will be made to make ready at least six Persian MSS for publication. Efforts will be made to convene at least one meeting of the committee. Cataloguing of at least 15-16 thousand books of the collection.

To make available translation of Historical Sources for English knowing scholars. For acquisition of rich collections To facilitate the Hindi readers and other scholars.







(ix)

  1. Scheme of Financial Assistance for Preservation of manuscripts/ rare books to NGOs.


  1. Scheme of Financial Assistance to State/ Union territory archival repositories and museums.

To financially assist individuals\ NGOs in the State \UTs in securing the valuable documents.

To provide Grant-in-aid to State/ UT’s archival repositories/ government libraries/ museums in securing the valuable documentary heritage and also for preservation/ conservation of MSS.









One Grants Committee Meeting to be held and the amount recommended by the Committee to be released to the recommended Institutions.

One Grants Committee Meeting to be held and the amount recommended by the Committee to be released to the State Archives, Government Libraries/ Museums as recommended.

- Applications are invited vide advertisements through DAVP and Grants Committee Meeting is held by the departmental experts Grants recommended is then released to the Government of State Archives/ Museums/ Library after taking approval of IFD, Ministry of Culture.


To support the initiatives by individuals /NGO’s in securing the valuable documentary heritage of the country by providing financial assistance to Voluntary organizations /universities/individuals for listing, cataloguing, publication, microfilming and for technical know-how for scientific preservation of

manuscripts/ rare books.

- To support the initiatives by the State /UT Archival Repositories/ Government Libraries and Museums in securing the valuable documentary heritage of the country by providing financial assistance for preservation, conservation, publication, cataloguing, microfilming, computerization, etc. of manuscripts/ rare books.


Applications are invited vide advertisements through DAVP and Grants Committee Meeting is being held by the departmental experts. Grants recommended are then released to the private institutions after taking approval of the IFD, Ministry of Culture.





24.

National Museum

A premiere institution in the field of art and culture in India and involved in important work of acquisition, conservation, exhibition and educational activities

10.64

21.00

The expenditure on the Salary component of the Staff Exhibition Cell is incurred under Plan head.







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

(i)

Photo-documentation of Museum Objects and Events

Colored photo documentation of Museum’s collection, exhibits for exhibitions and publication purposes and events for publicity purpose, as per demand.







Colored photo documentation of Museum’s collection, exhibits for exhibitions and publication purposes and events for publicity purpose, to be done as per demand. Miniature paintings Central Asian Antiquities and Manuscripts.

It will facilitate documentation of art objects & events for record purpose.

Through out the year




(ii)

  1. Display & Re-organization/ modernization of Museum.




  1. Re-organization of reserve Stores

To keep the galleries and display of objects therein as per the international practice and modern technology.

Sculptures, Wood carving, Textiles, Manuscripts, Arms stores etc.









Re-organization of Central Asian Wall Painting Gallery, Manuscripts and Bronze Galleries, Ethinic art Gallery, Jewellery art gallery, Modular Storage system for textiles, Storage system for Anthropology, etc.



Re-organizations of galleries and its display in modern system which will attract more and more national & international visitors/ tourists.

Through out the year.




(iii)

Modeling of objects in Plaster Casts

Acquisition of Books for Museum Library & Educational Activities and Outreach Prog.



To make the artifacts more attractive and colorful for the sale and gift purposes.








Preparation of rubber moulds, raw cast of replicas in Plaster of Paris and raw finished and colored as per approved list for the sale and gift purpose. Books to be added in the Library to be added for the development of Museum library. Various Competitions programmes including Workshops cum Seminar on Indian Art, Summer Holiday Programme, Painting Competition, visit of disadvantageous groups, practical training course in Museology in-service and curators and others, memorial lectures, school children visit and National seminar cum workshop in Indian Miniature Paintings

It will facilitate not only Museum Marketing but also propagation of Indian Culture.
Promotion of art and Culture & its awareness in the masses.



Through out the year.




(iv)

Conservation and Restoration of art objects. Restoration of Oil Paintings / Conservation of antiquities / art objects / training course in conservation, Acquisition of equipments for conservation / binding of manuscripts.

  • To protect the antiquities and art objects from decay.

  • To train the Museum staff of National Museum and other museums/Institutions in latest technology in conservation.

  • To keep laboratory well equipped with the latest equipments.










Conservation :

Chemical Treatment/Conservation of 1000 objects from Museum collection

Conservation work of objects from outside institutions such as Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan etc. as per demand.

Teaching and Training

3 months training course in conservation of manuscripts/ metal objects. Programmes on Preventive Conservation for Curators of different Museum/Art Galleries (4days) on Metal and Wooden objects.

Survey of National Museum Objects

Examination of Artifacts of different sections to fix priority of conservation of about 1000 objects in a year and also preventive conservation.

Workshops & Conference

Workshop in North East.

Workshop on conservation of artifacts at Leh.

Re-organization of laboratory

Procurement of equipments for Laboratory as per requirement

Condition Reports

Examination and preparation of conditions report of Artifacts selected for various exhibitions in India and abroad.



Conservation of art objects is a continuous process wherein at least 1000 objects are given treatment for conservation per year.

Workshop to be organized in North East, Leh Ladakh etc.

Three months training course on care of paintings.

Condition Reports of exhibits to be sent abroad/received from abroad will be prepared as per requirement for international exhibitions. These programmes have been carried out by the Museum to disseminate the heritage and culture of India.



Through out the year.




(v)

Exhibition
Publications

Strengthening of Museum Security



To popularize the ancient Indian Art & Culture. To organize thematic exhibitions and other exhibitions under Cultural Exchange Programme.

To bring out catalogue bulletins, guide books, art publication etc.


Electronic surveillance and maintenance of CCTV system, security equipments.







Exhibitions on ’Kurkihar Bronzes’, Exhibition of Belzium objects, sending Manuscripts ‘Tarikh-i-Quasari’, Exhibition of selected objects from eminent collection of C.L. Bharany, Holding exhibition ‘Religion of Taua People’s’ in National Museum.

-Printing of invitation card, brochures, folders, publicity materials, etc. Reprinting of out of stock publication & galleries catalogues etc.

-Installation of security gadgets as per requirements. AMC to be awarded for existing security gadgets.


Awareness and education of the masses about the Indian art and culture through exhibitions.
Strengthening the security arrangements of the Museum.

Throughout the year




(vi)

NER Projects

Capital Works




-To organize outreach educational and conservational programmes/ events in NE.

-Civil and Electrical works for the existing National Museum Complex and 3rd phase of NM Building.









-Workshops and Seminars on preventive chair of art objects to be organized in NER.

-Replacement/ renovation of existing defective civil and electrical works. Providing and fixing split type AC units for cafeteria.



-To propagate various functions in up-keeping museums.

-To attract more and more visitors and also providing additional facilities to them.









25.

National Council of Science Museums

To popularize Science and Technology by organizing exhibition, seminars, training programmes for Science Teachers, students, young entrepreneurs, technicians etc.

42.00

33.75










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

(i)

Setting up of new galleries.

Up-gradation and Updation of exhibits.

New circulating exhibitions.

Educational programmes.

Strengthening of infrastructure and existing facilities of 25 Science Centers located at various parts of the country including Major Civil Works (other than construction of Science Centers).

M.S. Course in Science Communication – to get professionally qualified personnel for popularization of Science.




To modernize, upgrade and popularize the science and technology in the country.







Renovation/ Development & Up-gradation of ‘Life Science’ gallery (Phase-I) at BITM, Kolkata; exhibits for SRSC, Gangtok (Phase-II) at BITM, Kolkata; ‘Evolution’ gallery (Phase-II) at SSC, Patna; ‘Mathematics’ gallery at RSC, Bhubaneswar; ‘Green Energy’ gallery at NBSC, Siliguri; ‘Fun Science’ gallery at DSC, Digha; Life Science’ gallery at DSC, Purulia; Multimedia Show on communication saga at NSC, Delhi; HB gallery (Phase-I) of NSC, Delhi ‘Sports Exhibition’ at RSC, Lucknow; exhibits – 50-Years of VITM ; ‘Space’ gallery at VITM, Bangalore ; NPCIL exhibition on ‘Indian Nuclear Programme’ at DSC, Tirunelveli and Science Park exhibits at DSC, Gulbarga will be completed in 2014-15. Two new travelling exhibitions to be developed. Besides, travelling exhibitions on ‘Beyond the Limit’ : Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar’, ‘Radiations Around Us’, ‘Chemistry for Human Welfare’, ‘Disaster : Preparing for the Worst’, ‘Srinivasa Ramanujan : The man who Knew Infinity’, ‘LASER’, ‘Sustainable Energy’ etc. will continue to be circulated. National Science Seminar at NSC, Mumbai; Fair at NSC, Delhi and BITM, Kolkata will be held during the year. Teachers Training Programme on activity based-science-teaching and computer aided learning at BITM; Science Drama Contests, Science Camps, Science Demonstration Lectures, Science Quizes, etc. will be organized by all the Museums and Centers under NCSM. Renovation of guest house at 2nd floor of Hostel Block at NCSM (Hqrs.); installation of lift at NCSM (Hqrs.); interior painting of residential block of NCSM (Hqrs.); construction of Students’ Science Activity Hall cum Exhibit Storage facility at BITM, Kolkata, etc. would be undertaken during the year 2014-15. M.S. Course in Science Communication will continue; Work of documentation Traditional Knowledge System & Indian Heritage in S&T will continue as part of work of committee on ‘Identification of literature on the history of Science & Technology in India.’

To give an impetus to science and technology in the country.

Projects will be completed during the year

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The entire work will be phased out to four quarters to maintain the progress of work, a planned and steady flow of expenditure.


(ii)

Centralized Procurement other Major Equipments and LFFP/ 3D Films.

To modernize and provide latest equipment to various RSCs.







Digital Projection Units for Science & Culture Panorama; Science on Sphere for two (2) National Level Science Centres; Spark Theatre equipment for RSC, Tirupati, RSC, Nagpur and RSC, Bhopal and Virtual Reality Demonstration for RSC, Tirupati, RSC, Nagpur and RSC, Bhopal will be procured.

3D Projection system, Large Format films and Spark theatres equipments will be procured.
To give an impetus to science and technology in the country.

During the year.




(iii)

New Projects in NE states –

RSC, Guwahati, SRSC, Jorhat, SRSC, Gangtok, Shillong, Manipur and Mizoram, Sukanta Academy, Agartala, Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC).



To inculcate scientific temper in public at large and students in particularly of that area.







Strengthening of infrastructure and existing facilities by fabrication of new Exhibits etc. at RSC, Guwahati; Work of expansion of SRSC, Gangtok along with a Planetarium; Work of up-gradation of SRSC, Shillong, Manipur and Mizoram and Development of exhibits for Sukanta Academy, Tripura.

Popularizing science and technology in North Eastern Region.

Projected outcome will be achieved during 2014-15.




26.

Science Cities

To popularize Science and Technology at selected centers in the country.

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50.00










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




Ongoing New Projects

RSC, Coimbatore, RSC, Jaipur, RSC, Pilikula, PCMC, Pune, RSC, Dehradun, SRSC, Jodhpur, SRSC, Pondicherry and Science Exploration Hall (2nd Phase) at Science City, Kolkata, SRSC, Srinagar, RSC, Mysore, SRSC, Baragarh (Orissa), SRSC, Udaipur (Tripura), SC, Rajmundry, RSC, Chandigarh and SRSC, Ambala.


Science Centers at NE states –

RSC, Guwahati, SRSC, Gangtok, Shillong, Manipur and Mizoram, Sukanta Academy, Agartala, Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC)



To set up new Science Centers in the state of Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Puducherry (U.T.), Assam, West Bengal, Jammu, Karnataka, Orissa, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana

To inculcate scientific temper in public at large and students in particular in NE Region.









Work of Sub-Regional Science Centre (SRSC), Puducherry will be completed in 2014-15. Work on the projects SRC Dehradun, setting up of Regional Science City at Guwahati (Assam); SRSC, Srinagar (J&K); SRSC, Ambala (Haryana); SRSC Udaipur (Tripura); SRSC, Baragarh (Odisha); RSC, U.T. Chandigarh; RSC, Kottyam (Kerala); RSC, Mysore (Karnataka) and SRSC, Rajahmundry (Andhra Pradesh) will continue during the year 2014-15.

Strengthening of infrastructure and existing facilities by fabrication of new Exhibits etc. at RSC, Guwahati; Work of expansion of SRSC, Gangtok along with a Planetarium; Work of up-gradation of SRSC, Shillong, Manipur and Mizoram and Development of exhibits for Sukanta Academy, Tripura.




To popularize science and to spread science message towards creation of a scientific temper & awareness among the people of the region. The projected outcome will be achieved on completion of the projects.

To popularize science and to spread science message towards creation of a scientific temper & awareness among the people of the region. The projected outcome will be achieved on completion of the projects.



Projected outcome will be achieved during 2014-15.






27.

Anthropological Survey of India

Committed to research activities on human population from bio-culture perspectives. Its activities include collection, preservation, maintenance, documentation and study of ethnographic materials as well as of ancient human skeletal remains.

18.78

15.00

About 30 - 40% of their budget under Plan Head is ear marked for Cultural Tribal activities under TSP. In addition to their budget, 20 % additional funds are allocated for the activities in NER.







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

(i)

Documentation and Dissemination

National Centre for Visual Anthropological Kolkata

National Centre for Community knowledge at the New Building at WRC, Udaipur.


To maintain Anthropological Libraries in 8 Regional Centres and Central National Library at Kolkata and also maintenance of museum along with its strengthening and zonal fabrications. The Survey also predacious ethnographic films on specific concepts as a part of documentation of Indian Cultural Heritage.







Procurement of 6000 library books for head office, 7 regional centers, 1 sub-regional centers, 2 field station and 1 camp office. About 65% completions of retro conversion and digitization of all existing libraries under An.S.I. Interlinking all the libraries in the survey with national library for An. Sciences at Kolkata. The survey has 1 central and 7 regional museums. About 80% completion of developing and interactive An. Museums at newly constructed building at Udaipur. About 1000 collection of tangible cultural heritage in all museum of the survey. 80% accomplishment of establishment of open air museum at NWRC, Dehradun. Conservation of all Museums specimen to be continue.. Mounting 20 exhibitions on different An. themes.

-Procurement of equipment of editing set up for the centre. 2 workshops to be held for manpower training for visual An. 10 documentary films to be mde by research personals of An.S.I and also by outsourcing. Adding sound track, to 5 silent movies prepared earlier by Survey.

-Completion of procuring equipment for digitization and installing survey for central digital data repertory. Holding 2 training programme for personal from each regional centrals and head office for data digitization locally and transferring those to central Survey.


The libraries of the Survey are acting as a centre of excellence in the field of anthropological research all over the country through which 500 researcher/ professors/ administrators of different akademies and other organization take help from this library as a centre of reference and documentation. In museum, various results of Surveys and Artifacts are displayed for manifestation for the masses, as a part of exhibition programme.

It is a continuous process.


Difficult to anticipate any risk factor because these programs are being conducted by a number of teams in different venues. Manpower shortage may create shortfall.

(ii)

Fellowship programme

At present the Survey has the strength of 47 fellows which has purpose to enhance total fellowship to 76 including 29 additional. As these are important component of man power development as a resource in the country.







Presently the Survey has 47 numbers of fellowships in different category. The target will be recruiting of all vacant posts as soon as completion of existing tenure of fellowship. Apart from that the Survey sought permission from MoC for enhancement of fellowship number from 47 to 147 for dearth of manpower to accomplish the target of twelve plan projects. The case is pending with MoC.

It is a continuous process of manpower development of the Survey. All the recruited fellows have been deployed against the National Projects, which will continue to function in the year 2013-14 also since the survey has taken a policy decision to implement the national research projects through the support of the research fellows which would also be continued under different national projects during 12th Plan.

It is a continuous Process.


Pending to achieve the target to enhance number of fellows in different categories, apart from the existing 47 nos. fellows as proposed.
Shortfall for attaining the target may occur,

(iii)

Manpower Training /Meetings of Advisory/Executive Committees/Experts

Collaborative Schemes


Information & Technology
Publication

Implementation of various research projects requires meeting and training programmes involving outside experts. Besides internal meetings of the Executive council.

The survey would continue collaboration with various national agencies in organizing workshops/ conferences, training programmes.


Computerization of various function of the survey including laboratory information system, to create server base internet service.







At least 50 personal will be provide training by internal workshop or sending them in other institutions/ alloying them in participations in seminars/ symposiums, etc. Approx. 7 NAC meetings including meeting of advisory sub committees will hold during the year. to provide guidelines in all survey activities and evaluate existing works. About 4 EC meetings will take place during the year. To provide guidance in all the survey activities including evaluation of existing work.

-20 collaborations with University/ NGOs in organizing conferences and workshops and 10 collaborations for trainings/ workshops involving teachers and students from degree/ PG level, colleges and universities are likely to be taken up during the year.

-Continuous up-gradation and maintenance of bi-lingual website and Laboratory Data Management System. Also maintenance Serve Based Internet Service and Server Based UPS Service.

-50 publications and 2 Volume of In-House Journal (JASI) containing research article and 4 Occasional News Letters will be brought out.



Human Resources management and Training involve continuous effort in terms of plan projects being implemented.

Collaboration with University departments of Anthropology & others institutions will be mutually beneficial.


-To help the research scholars and others for making available various set of information and regards in Anthropology.

It is a continuous Process.

The survey has started manpower outsourcing for undertaking different research projects due to accrued shortage of manpower which would continue.
Publication of monograph, research reports in form of generals and occasional publications, newsletters bi annual general.

(iv)

Induction of DNA technology

DNA Banking.

Community Genetics & Health


To enhance advance DNA study in the Survey and maintenance of DNA banking.

Development of laboratory facilities with DNA technology up to PCR level and DNA Banking in the Head Quarter and Regional/ Sub Regional Centers


-To develop regulatory mechanism to manage human genetic resources in the country and to develop mechanism for protecting IPR and Ethical issues.







Complete maintenance of infrastructure already developed at Kolkata, Mysore, Nagpur, Shilong, Udaipur, Dehradun and Port Blair. Procurement of at least 1 full Genome.

Sequemcer to facilitate DNA research. Procurement of 1 Unit of -80° C De-freezer and 2 Units of -20° C refrization in DNA laborites. Establishing advance facilities with at-least 1 university as a collaborative effort.

-Approx. 2700 blood sample will be stored which will be collected from project mentioned under functional modernization of new and existing office buildings and Social Impact Assessment as Capacity Building Projects.


Advanced DNA Laboratories will facilitate DNA research and actively provide knowledge base for development of the country through research findings.

A few ministries of Government of India have to put their resources together, to establish this facility, which may include, besides the diversity samples, other sources of DNA and cell lines.




It is a continuous process

This programme is to be continued as an ongoing project during the 12th Plan Period.



In scientific research of this kind, risk factors cannot be predicted.
Due to shortage of manpower project research work could be affected



(v)

DNA Polymorphism of the Contemporary Indian Populations & Ancient Skeletal Material


Understanding DNA polymorphism of the contemporary Indian population in terms of Cultural practices, lifestyle, and environment will be essential in view of the recent development in human genome research.








Collection of blood sample from 10 communities, 100 samples of collection for the purpose of the project, complete analysis of data of human Genome Diversity. 1 Workshops will be organized for evaluation of progress of work. 4 scientific papers to be published based on the research findings of this project.


Creating database in understanding evolution and also for evolution of diseases in Contemporary Indian Populations.

This programme is to be continued as an ongoing research study project during the XII Plan Period.

In scientific research of this kind, risk factors cannot be predicted.


(vi)

Physical Growth & Development of Children in N.E India – A Public Health issue

To understand bio-cultural determinants of growth of children aged between 0-18 years belonging to NE- India.







1000 fresh individuals will be measured for the purpose of the project. Complete analysis of earlier work. 1 workshop to be conducted and 2 scientific papers to be published based on the research findings of this project in JASI.


The outcome is in terms of help in developing proper mechanism for enhancement and maintenance of growth of the children in the North East India.

This programme is to be continued as an ongoing project in XII Plan.

In scientific research of this kind, risk factors can not be predicted

(vii)

Siwalik Excavations & Other parts of the Country

Extensive and systematic exploration & excavation of Central Narmada in view of the inventible submergence of the basin in wake of Narmada Sagar Dam.







At least One field camp will be organized at the excavation site at Siwalik range. Complete analysis of research findings. Publication of at least one scientific article in JASI on the project.

Revaluation of human evolution in India with Palaeo anthropological evidences.

This programme will continue in the XII Plan.

In scientific research of this kind, risk factors can not be predicted.

(viii)

International school of Anthropology

It envisages the services of international faculty also engaged in teaching and having collaborative research activity with the survey human genome project has revolutionized theory and practice of life science including anthropology.







At least four training programmes will be organized under this scheme for both internal scientific members and scholars from other institutes.

A mechanism to involve international faculty for training in specific areas of anthropological research.

It is a continuous research training oriented programme




(ix)


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