GOVERNMENT OF INDIA    |    MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS

STC Monitoring

About STC Monitoring

Tribal Sub-Plan came into existence in 1974-75 as a strategy for the development of areas having tribal concentration. After merger of Plan and Non-Plan, the TSP was renamed as Scheduled Tribe Component (STC) by Ministry of Finance. 41 Central Ministries / Departments have been identified for earmarking of STC. Besides, State Governments are supposed to earmark TSP funds in proportion to ST population (Census 2011) in the State with respect to total State Plan. The monitoring of TSP plan was being done by erstwhile Planning Commission till 2017-18, it was only in FY 2018-19, the monitoring of STC plan was given to Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

The Government allocates funds for different schemes/programmes across Ministries/ Departments for targeted financial and physical benefits to the Scheduled Tribes. Ministry of Tribal Affairs launched an online portal - Scheduled Tribe Component Management Information System (STCMIS) in 2018. The portal monitors the funds allocated/released for welfare of Scheduled Tribes in Union Budget.

Objective:

The basic objective of Schedule Tribe Component is to channelize/monitor the flow of outlays and benefits from the general sectors in the Central Ministries/Departments for the development of Schedules Tribes at least in proportion to their population.

Resources
  • Guidelines And Reports
  • Minutes of Meeting
  • Monitoring Reports
  • PwC Report
  • Circular / Orders / Notifications
  • Related Websites/Portal
PwC Report
Circular / Orders / Notifications
Awards & Achievements
Snapshot of STC Monitoring