About the Border Area Development Programme


The Department of Border Management, Ministry of Home Affairs has been implementing the Border Area Development Programme (BADP) through the State Governments as part of a comprehensive approach to Border Management. The programme aims to meet the special development needs of the people living in remote and inaccessible areas situated near the international border and to saturate the border areas with the essential infrastructure through convergence of Central/State/BADP/Local schemes and participatory approach.

BADP was initiated in the border areas of the western region during that Seventh Five Year Plan period for ensuring balanced development of border areas through development of infrastructure and promotion of a sense of security among the border population. The programme now covers 394 border blocks of 111 border districts in 17 States, which includes 167 border blocks in 55 districts of 8 North East, States (including Sikkim), located along the international land border. The State covered are Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal. Under this programme priority is given to the areas closer to the border.

BADP is an important intervention of the Central Government to bring about development of border areas by supplementing the State Plan Funds to bridge the gaps in socio- economic infrastructure on one hand and improving the security environment in border areas on the other.

Financial Allocation 2019-20 (Rs. in Crore)


92.05

Arunachal Pradesh

63.30

Assam

51.09

Bihar

14.00

Gujarat

17.85

Himachal Pradesh

71.63

UT of J&K + UT of Ladhakh

14.93

Manipur

19.56

Meghalaya

30.96

Mizoram

9.69

Nagaland

25.77

Punjab

38.53

Rajasthan

20.98

Sikkim

54.85

Tripura

39.84

Uttar Pradesh

48.90

Uttarakhand

128.81

West Bengal

Financial Allocation 2019-20 (Rs. in Crore)



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Achievements

  • Infrastructure(i)- Roads/Link Roads(length - km ) 568.45   YEAR :2016-17
  • Infrastructure(i)- Bridges/culverts/Foot Suspension Bridge(span in mtr) 511.75   YEAR :2016-17
  • Infrastructure(ii)- Safe Drinking Water supply schemes in border areas(No.) 325   YEAR :2016-17
  • Health- Primary Health Centre’s/Community Health Centre’s Building(No.) 57  YEAR :2016-17
  • Health- Mobile dispensaries/Ambulances(No.) 18   YEAR :2016-17
  • Agriculture & allied sector- Small Irrigation schemes(Horticulture schemes etc.)(No.) 332  YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - a. Community centres (No.) 164  YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - b. Cultural centres(No.) 34  YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - c. Tourism infrastructure(No.) 09   YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - d. Anganwady centres(No.) 101   YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - e. Common shelters for Old and handicapped(No.) 12   YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - f. Capacity building/Skill development/employment generation programmes(No.) 158   YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - g. Rural Sanitation/Swachh Bharat Abhiyan drive(No.) 77   YEAR :2016-17
  • Social Sector - h. Construction of toilets(Nos.) 30  YEAR :2016-17
  • Education - a. Residential Schools(No.) 08   YEAR :2016-17
  • Education - b. Libraries(No.) 17   YEAR :2016-17
  • Sports Activities -a. Play fields(No.) 149   YEAR :2016-17
  • Sports Activities - b. Mini Open Stadiums(No.) 38   YEAR :2016-17
  • Sports Activities - c. Indoor stadium/auditoriums(No.) 12   YEAR :2016-17
  • Special/Specific area Schemes - Livelihood programme(No.) 20   YEAR :2016-17