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APUFIDC: Mandate & Progress One Day Integrated Training Programme to Municipal Commissioners, Hyderabad July 19, 2011. M.I. Ahmed Chief Engineer, APUFIDC. Role of APUFIDC under Jn NURM. Jn NURM. State Level Nodal Agency (SLNA) for Jn NURM (GO MA 123, dt. 04.02.2006) Functions of SLNA :

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APUFIDC: Mandate & ProgressOne Day Integrated Training Programme to Municipal Commissioners, HyderabadJuly 19, 2011

M.I. Ahmed

Chief Engineer, APUFIDC

Role of APUFIDC under JnNURM


  • State Level Nodal Agency (SLNA) for JnNURM (GO MA 123, dt. 04.02.2006)

  • Functions of SLNA :

    • Project appraisal

    • Obtaining sanction of projects from SLSC,

    • Management of grants and Maintenance of Revolving Fund,

    • Periodic Reporting to GoI on progress,

    • Certifying quality of work and progress of reform to GoI

    • Monitoring physical, financial, and reform progress

About JnNURM

  • Reform-linked urban infrastructure investment programme launched in 2005. Has four streams of funding managed by two Ministries in GoI:

JnNURM: Mission Statement

Reforms driven, fast track development of cities on efficiency in urban infrastructure, service delivery mechanism, community participation, and accountability of ULBs towards citizens

JnNURM: Objectives

  • Focused attention to integrated development of infrastructure services in cities covered under the Mission

  • Secure effective linkages between asset creation and asset management so that infrastructure services created in cities are not only maintained efficiently but also become self-sustainable

  • Ensure adequate investment of funds to fulfill deficiencies in urban infrastructure services

  • Planned development of identified cities, so that urbanisation takes place in a dispersed manner

  • Scale up delivery of civic amenities and provision of utilities with emphasis on universal access to poor

  • urban renewal, i.e. redevelopment of inner city areas to reduce congestion

Funding Pattern

State achievements: Implementation of JnNURM

  • Sanction of Projects: 2nd highest in the country (251 costing Rs. 11,877 cr)

  • Completion: highest number – 66 projects and 1,06,861 houses

  • ACA drawn = 66% (Rs. 4686/6466 cr) – highest (Rs. 563 cr pending with GoI)

  • Adoption of Reforms: Maximum progress achieved amongst all states (14 state level reforms completed; Rent Control Reform, Earmarking of land - current financial year; property title certification system – March, 2012)

Projects Sanctioned under JnNURM

Non-Mission Cities

Rs crore

Coverage: Out of 125 towns and cities, 95 are covered (4 Mission Cities (inc. Tirupati – recently declared) and 91 small and medium towns)

Sanctions vis-à-vis Allocation

Rs. crore

AP has received sanction of nearly Rs. 2000 cr over and above allocation by GoI.

Sector-wise Sanction: UI&G and UIDSSMT Rs. crore

81% of UI&G and UIDSSMT project sanction (Rs. 6313 crore) pertain to WS, UGD, and SWD sectors

Sector-wise sanctions under BSUP & IHSDP

Expected Benefits of JnNURM to AP

JnNURM: Agency-wise Sanction Rs. crore

Agency, Project Cost, No. of Projects, Share of sanction

Physical Progress

Physical Progress: Non-Mission Cities(Rs. crore)

Agency-wise ProgressUIDSSMT / IHSDP

Rs. crore


* Includes partially commissioned schemes

Financial Progress

Financial Progress (Rs. crore)


Implementation of State Level Mandatory Reforms

Implementation of State Level Optional Reforms

Optional Reforms (contd.)

Action Plan – ULB Level Reforms

Out of 6 ULB reforms, the following 3 reforms are completed:

Double Entry Accrual based Accounting


Earmarking of Budget for the Poor

4. Another reform (seven point charter –

March, 2012) is on target.

5a. User Charges – WS - Over 70 % of O & M Charges are realised

ULB Reforms - Progress

5b. User Charges – SWM- Over 70 % of O & M Charges are realised

6. Property Taxation:

i. Coverage – More than 85 % Achieved

ii. Collection Efficiency – 90% Achieved

iii. GIS Survey is under progress

Functions of Commissioners


  • The purpose of the project

  • Whether DPR provisions being met or not

  • If not what are the short comings

  • How they can be addressed

  • Whether new infrastructure is being integrated with new scheme

  • Quality of infrastructure created

  • Source drawl - Permission from the Irrigation department

  • Construction of STPs

  • Disposal of waste water – storm water drains

  • Roads project – whether all the roads are inter connected or not

  • Whether all the benefits as per DPR viz:

    • Water supply HSCs – can be released or not – if cannot be released the reasons need to be indicated

    • Sewer Connections - can be released or not – if cannot be released the reasons need to be indicated

    • If required Financial assistance will be provided by APUFIDC

Completion reports

1 Whether all the completion/as built drawings

furnished or not

2 Whether the defect liability period is in currency

or not

3 Whether training imparted to ULB staff or not

4 Whether trial run and commissioning of

WTPs/STPs witnessed by ULB or not

5 Whether the executing agency providing the

necessary help after trial run and

commissioning and during additional

maintenance and defect liability period to ULB

or not


  • IHSDP - stand alone projects

  • The purpose of the project

  • Whether DPR provisions being met or not

  • If not what are the short comings

  • How they can be addressed

  • Whether whole slum approach is adopted or not

  • Quality of infrastructure created

  • Connected to the main water supply system or not

  • Connected to the sewerage system or not

  • Disposal of waste water – storm water drains

  • Whether all the benefits viz:

    • Water supply HSCs

    • Sewer Connections

  • A opportunity was provided to 13 ULBs to execute IHSDP projects – they failed to meet

    • Quality standards

    • Huge time over runs – cost over runs

    • Multi Utility community centers – huge delay – site identification

    • TIPM agencies not happy with the way the adverse reports are attended and furnished

    • All ULBs are executing similar nature of works – CC roads, SWDs, Street lighting, water supply lines & sewer lines etc

  • The then Principle Secretary had great faith in ULBS

  • What should the commissioners need to do to take up JNNURM –II PROJECTS?

  • They should build the capacity of all the staff working in the ULBs

  • They need to put in place

    • Standard preparation of Estimates

    • Good Quality management tools

    • Good Work monitoring systems

    • Transparent e- procurement of tenders

    • Integration all old and new systems – Water supply, Sewerage system, Storm water drainage system, road net work etc

  • The short comings can be brought to the notice of the C& DMA with suggestions how to overcome the same

Thank You

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