The Border Area Development Programme (BADP) was initiated in western region of country, for ensuring balanced development of border areas through development of infrastructure and promotion of well being and a sense of security among the border population. The programme has been expanded since to cover the border blocks of the 17 States (including 8 North Eastern States), which have international land borders with Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. The development of border areas is now viewed as a part of the comprehensive approach to the Border Management, which focuses on socio-economic development of the people and promotion of well being and a security environment in the border areas.
Border Area Development Programme (BADP) was implemented in Mizoram in 1993-1994.
BADP is implemented in 16(sixteen) R.D Blocks whose geographical area totals 12665.09 sq.kms. Of these, 11(eleven) R.D Blocks are situated along the Indo-Myanmar border and the rest 5(five) R.D Blocks are along the Indo-Bangladesh border.
The programme is supplemental in nature to fill the gaps and the funds under BADP are provided to the States as a 100% non-lapsable Special Central Assistance for execution of projects relating to infrastructure, livelihood, education, health, agriculture, and allied sectors to meet the special developmental needs of the people living in remote and inaccessible areas situated near the international border.
The BADP is being implemented by the Department of Border Management, Ministry of Home Affairs through the State Governments. Guidelines of the programme are prepared by the Ministry of Home Affairs in consultation with Planning Commission, Ministry of Finance and concerned State Governments. Formulation of schemes/projects, their approval and execution is the primary responsibility of the State Governments. Implementation of the Programme is monitored and reviewed by the State Governments and Ministry of Home Affairs.
- DISTRICT LEVEL COMMITTEE FOR PLANNING IMPLEMENTING AND MONITORING UNDER BADP
- Revised Guidelines on BADP 2014
- Annual Action Plan of Zawlnuam Block for year 2018-19
- Annual Action Plan of West Phaileng Block for year 2018-19
Citizen residing in the Boarder block
Development of the people living in remote and inaccessible areas near the international border
How To Apply
Contact Office of Deputy commissioner,Mamit