6,104.46 cr.
Total Collection

Sanctioned Projects

6,438.20 cr.
Allocated Amount

1,011.11 cr.
Amount Spent

Collection in 2016-17


Total Collection


Sanctioned Projects

Sanctioned Amount


0 cr.

DMF Contribution
in 2021-22

  • More than 60%
  • 30% to 60%
  • 0% to 30%

Sector wise

Projects Information

High Priority
Allocated Amount
3,661.83 cr.

Other Priority
Allocated Amount
2,776.37 cr.

Spent Amount
665.27 Cr

Spent Amount
345.77 Cr

Coal Mines

1,713.28 cr.
Total Collection

Non Coal Mines

4,358.10 cr.
Total Collection

Minor Mines

33.08 cr.
Total Collection

* Data as on 31-Dec-2018

About DMF

The Central Government in exercise of the powers conferred under section 20A of the MMDR Act, 1957, in the national interest hereby directs the concerned State Governments to incorporate the Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) into the rules framed by them for the District Mineral Foundation and to implement the said Scheme.

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Drinking Water Supply

Water supply is the provision of water by public utilities, commercial organisations, community endeavors or by individuals, usually via a system of pumps and pipes. Mission is to ensure all rural households have access to and use of safe and sustainable drinking water and improved sanitation facilities by providing support to state in their endeavor to provide these basic facilities and services.

Allocated Amount
1,531.55  cr.

Spent Amount
252.48 cr.

Environment Preservation And Pollution Control

Pollution and environmental degradation have reached alarming dimensions due to poverty, deforestation, industrial development without adequate environmental safeguards, and sheer greed. Major pollutants and critically affected areas have been identified. Pollution control of water, air, and land has been established by both official and private organizations and the work on environmental protection is steadily growing.

Allocated Amount
95.48  cr.

Spent Amount
12.40 cr.

Health Care

Rural hospitals are a critical, yet vulnerable, part of our national healthcare delivery system. They provide emergency department services, inpatient care, outpatient care, long-term care, and care coordination services. Unique circumstances, characteristics, and challenges of rural hospitals have resulted in different approaches to healthcare than those used in an urban environment.

Allocated Amount
652.58  cr.

Spent Amount
184.11 cr.


Majority of India still lives in villages and so the topic of rural education in India is of utmost importance. Every child has has access to an education and that they are never denied this right. They have right to enrol in education and to be supported to transition between and complete their education.

Allocated Amount
529.61  cr.

Spent Amount
120.14 cr.

Women and Children Welfare

Women constitute 48 per cent of the total population in India. They suffer many disadvantages as compared to men in literary rates, labour participation rates and earnings. The development of women has been receiving attention of the Government of India from the First Plan. But it was treated as a subject of ‘welfare’ and clubbed together with the welfare of the disadvantaged groups like destitute, disabled, aged, etc.

Allocated Amount
107.29  cr.

Spent Amount
16.23 cr.

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