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Annexure-C. 22 nd Review Meeting of Finance Controllers of SIS on 3 rd – 4 th February 2010, New Delhi. FINANCIAL PROGRESS. Expenditure as on 31 st Dec. 2009. Performance against fund available. Performance against AWP&B. Component wise Achievement Trend (30 th Sept’ 09).

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Annexure-C

22nd Review Meeting

of

Finance Controllers of SIS

on

3rd – 4th February 2010, New Delhi

expenditure as on 31 st dec 2009
Expenditure as on 31st Dec. 2009

Performance against fund available

Performance againstAWP&B

component wise achievement trend 30 th sept 09
Component wise Achievement Trend (30th Sept’ 09)
  • Activities with expenditure more than 60% of outlay
    • Maintenance Grant
    • School Grant
    • Teacher Grant
  • States with exp on Grants (MG, SG, TG) < 75% : (10 States)

A.P.(0%), Ar.Pr.(40%), Bihar(42%), Chht.(64%), D&NH(0%), Delhi(46%), J&K(0%), Miz(0%), Raj(39%), WB(9%)

component wise achievement trend contd
Activities with expenditure less than 60% but more than 25% of outlay

BRC/ CRC Teachers Salary

Management Cost Free Text Books

NPEGEL

States with BRC/CRC exp < 40%: (19 States)

A.P(1%), Ar.Pr.(0%), Assam(9%), Bihar(11%),Chd(20%), Chht(20%), D&NH(0%), D&D(17%), Delhi(29%), Goa(23%), Haryana(1%), J&K(0%), Jharkhand(31%), Maha(33%),Orissa(9%), Pudu(14%), TN(36%), UP(40%), WB(26%)

Component wise Achievement Trend Contd…
  • States with NPEGEL exp < 40%: (13 States/UTs)

A.P(0%), Ar.Prd(0%), Bihar(3%), Chht(4%), Guj(13%), Har(0%), Jhar(11%), Maha(19%), Orissa(27%), Raj(2%), TN(35%), UP(37%), WB(1%)

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Component wise Achievement Trend Contd…

  • Activities with exp < 25% and > 10% of outlay
  • States with exp on Teacher training < 60%:24

A.P(12%), Assam (21%), Bihar(4%), Chht(23%), D&NH(0%), D&D(17%), Goa(10%), Guj(32%), Haryana(0%), Jhar(4%), Kar(26%), Lak(21%), MP(25%), Mah(34%), Meg(16%), Orissa(7%), Pudu(29%), Pun(41%), Sik(38%), TN(45%), Tri(0%), UK(12%), WB(1%)

  • States with civil works Exp<50%:35

All States

  • States with KGBV exp<35%:18

A.P.(2%), Assam(20%), Bihar(15%), Chht(15%), D&NH(2%), Delhi(0%), Guj(12%), Har(1%), HP(14%), Jhar(23%), Kar(14%), MP(5%), Mah(11%), Meg(17%), Raj(19%), UP(19%), uk(17%), WB(6%)

activities with expenditure less than 10 outlay community training innovative activities lep tle

Component wise Achievement Trend Contd..

Activities with expenditure less than 10% outlayCommunity TrainingInnovative ActivitiesLEPTLE
  • States with exp on Innovative Activities < 40%: 32

All States and UTs except Aru. Pr., Mizoram and Sikkim

  • States with exp on Comm trng < 75%: 32

All States/UTs except Delhi, Lakshadweep and Nagaland

  • States with TLE exp < 75%: 33

All States and UTs except Mizoram and Puducheery

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State-wise Expenditure Issues

Andaman & Nicobar

  • Short release of funds specially UT share is hampering the fund flow and hence adversely effecting the overall achievement
  • Key low performing activities

Civil Works Innovative activities

REMS Activities for OoSC

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Andhra Pradesh

  • Shortfall in State share releases
  • All component’s expenditure is low except management cost
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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Arunachal Pradesh

  • Fund utilisation is low in every quarter
  • Low performing activities

Teacher Training - 40% BRC/CRC-0%

MG/SG-48% REMS-%

FTB-100% OoSC-0%

CW-12% NPEGEL-0%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Assam

  • Fund utilisation is around 56% in every quarter
  • Key low performing activities

BRC/CRC-10% Innovative Activities-15%

CW-24% KGBV-20%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Bihar

  • Fund utilisation is low in every quarter
  • Key low performing activities

Teacher Sal28% TG-42% BRC/CRC-10%

TT-4% Grants-40% Innovative-3%

REMS-2% OoSC-17% CW-12%

NPEGEL-3% KGBV-15%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Chhatisgarh

  • Key components performing low in the State:

Grants-60% Innovative-1% TT-23%

OoSC-1% CW-0% NPEGEL-4%

KGBV-15%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Dadra & Nagar Havelli

  • Fund utilisation is low in every quarter
  • All components except teacher salary and OoSC activities are low performing
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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Daman & Diu

  • Key low performing activities:

TT

OoSC

Innovative Activities

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Delhi

  • Fund utilisation system is weak in UT
  • Key low performing activities:

TS-7% Grants-40% CRC-8%

Innovative-12% OoSC-12% CW-0%

KGBV-0%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Goa

  • Key low performing activities

TT-10% CW-7%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Gujarat

  • Funds utilisation has been around 50% in every quarter
  • Key low performing activities:

TT-32% Innovative-8% OoSC-5%

NPEGEL-13% KGBV-12%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Haryana

  • Fund utilisation has been low in every quarter except in 3rd quarter
  • Key low performing activities

TS-0% BRC/CRC-2% TT-0%

Innovative-0% OoSC-0% NPEGEL-0%

KGBV-1%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Himachal Pradesh

  • Key low performing activities

Innovative-9% OoSC-11% CW-5% KGBV-14%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Jharkhand

  • Key low performing activities

TT-4% Innovative-1% OoSC-2%

CW-17% NPEGEL-11%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Karnataka

  • Key low performing activities

TT-26% Innovative-14%

CW-0% KGBV-14%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Kerala

  • Key low performing activities

Innovative-13%

CW-19%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Lakshadweep

  • Low utilisation of funds in every quarter
  • Key low performing activities

TT-21%

Innovative-1%

CW-0%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Madhya Pradesh

  • Key low performing activities

Innovative-9%

OoSC-10%

CW-29%

KGBV-5%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Maharashtra

  • Delay in release of state share
  • Key low performing activities

Innovative-1% OoSC-5% CW-27%

NPEGEL-19% KGBV-11%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Meghalaya

  • Under utilisation of funds
  • Key low performing activities

TT-16% Innovative-2% OoSC-10%

CW-15% KGBV-17%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Mizoram

  • Key low performing activities

TG-0%

MG-0%

SG-2%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Nagaland

  • Under utilisation of funds
  • Key low performing activities:

TS-0% Innovative-4%

OoSC-0% CW-0%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Orissa

  • Under utilisation of funds
  • Key low performing activities:

BRC/CRC-9% TT-7%

Innovative-7% OoSC-10%

CW-13%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Punjab

  • Low expenditure on Innovative-14%
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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Rajasthan

  • Delay in release of funds
  • Key low performing activities:

TG,MG, SG Innovative OoSC

NPEGEL-2% KGBV-19%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Sikkim

  • Key low performing activities:

TT-0%

OoSC-12%

CW-26%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Tamil Nadu

  • Key low performing activities:

Innovative-7%

OoSC-27%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Tripura

  • Key low performing activities:

TT-0%

Innovative-10%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Uttar Pradesh

  • Key low performing activities:

Teacher Salary-27% TT-12% Grants-65%

Innovative-5% KGBV-19%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

Uttarakhand

  • Under utilisation of funds
  • Key low performing activities:

Innovative-19% OoSC-18%

CW-3% KGBV-17%

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Statewise Expenditure Issues contd…

West Bengal

  • Delay in release of funds
  • Key low performing activities:

TS-16% Grants-20% TT-1%

Innovative-4% CW-0% NPEGLE-1%

KGBV-6%

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Status of State Share

  • Rs. 9795 cr. Released by GoI till 31st December 2009
  • Backlog of State share till 31st December 2009 in 19 States/UTs
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Refund of unspent balances

  • Pre-project activities of SSA. Refunds due from: Assam, Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur, Meghalaya and West Bengal
  • DPEP. Refunds due from: Assam, A.P, C.G, Gujarat, HP, M.P, Orissa, Kerala, Rajasthan, UP, T.N and W.B.
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Statutory Audit

  • Audit Report for 2008-09 received from 27 States/UTs
  • Not received from 8 States of Arunachal Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Mizoram, Manipur & Sikkim.
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Statutory Audit contd…

  • Compliance awaited:
    • 2005-06 :11 States (AruPr, AP, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, HP, Jhk, J&K, Manipur, Mizoram & Nagaland)
    • 2006-07:19 States (Aru.Pr,A.P, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Haryana, Jhkd, J&K, Karnataka, Kerala, MP, Manipur, Megh, Mizoram, Nagaland, Puducherry, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu & Tripura)
    • 2007-08: 25 States(Assam, Aru.Pr, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhtgh, Goa, J&K, Jkd, HP, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Lkshdp, MP, Maha, Megh, Naga, Punjab, Pudu, Raj, Sikkim, TN, Tripura, U.P & UKD)
    • 2008-09:Deficiencies/discrepancies and certain audit observations taken up with the States, who have submitted the audit reports.
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Internal Audit

  • Started in 31 States /UTs
  • Not started in Chhattisgarh, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep & Nagaland
  • Still needs strengthening in most of the States/UTs
    • Insufficient coverage
    • Timeliness of audit
    • Not used as mid-course correction tool
  • Issued instructions on 17th September 2007, 1st October 2007, 18th June 2008 and 27th May 2009
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Concurrent Financial review - IPAI

  • 1st phase - all States/UTs completed by 31st March 2008.
  • 2nd phase – reports received for 23 States and shared with States
  • Remaining 12 States in progress.
  • Diversion of funds reported
    • Ist Phase - Rs. 79.93 crore yet to be recouped.
    • IInd Phase - Rs. 273.96 crore yet to be confirmed by States.
  • Other Financial Irregularities reported
    • Ist Phase - Rs. 53.57 crore yet to be recouped.
    • IInd Phase - Rs. 107.64 crore yet to be confirmed by States.
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Staffing of Accounts Personnel

  • Insufficient accounts staff resulting in financial management deficiencies.
  • Accountant at Block level is desirable
  • Vacant posts at SPO in 26 States.

Aru. Pr (1), Assam (3), Bihar (3), Chhattisgarh (2), Dadra & Nagar (1), Daman & Diu (1), Delhi (1), Goa (1), Gujarat (1), Haryana (12), HP (2), J&K (2), Jharkhand (5), Karnataka (1), Kerala (1), Lakshadweep (1), Maharashtra (1), Mizoram (1), Nagaland (1), Puducherry (1), Punjab (2), Rajasthan (5), Tripura (5), UP (8), Uttarakhand (2) and WB (3).

  • Vacant posts at DPOs in 26 States.

Assam (13), Bihar (34), Chhattisgarh (6), Daman & Diu (2), Delhi (36), Goa (1), Gujarat (12), Haryana (14), HP (8), J&K (22), Jharkhand (11), Karnataka (5), MP (17+82 Block level)), Maharashtra (33+130 Block level), Manipur (9), Meghalaya (1), Nagaland (3), Orissa (13), Punjab (2), Rajasthan (21+121 Block level), Sikkim (2), TN (4), Tripura (19), UP(75), Uttarakhand (13) and WB (22).

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Capacity building of accounts staff

  • 5 days mandatory training in a year at all level.
  • 11 lagging States/UTs : Dadra & Nagar, Daman & Diu, Delhi, Haryana, Lakshadweep, Maharashtra, Manipur, Puducherry, Sikkim, UP and West Bengal.
  • VEC level capacity building process needs to be strengthened
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E- transfer for speedy funds flow

Status

  • Adopted in all States upto district level except 5 States of A&N Island, Dadra & Nagar, Manipur, Nagaland and Sikkim.
  • Adopted upto sub-district level in 24 States.
  • Needs to be adopted at all the levels possible ( JRM recommendation)
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Web based Monitoring

  • Canara Bank Software – Adopted in 18 States of AP, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, M.P., Maharashtra, Manipur, Puducherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Uttrakhand
    • Issue is limited use for monitoring.
  • Web Portal by NIC
    • Not update regularly
    • Incorrect data feed
    • No format for overall expenditure reporting
  • Central Plan scheme monitoring system by CGA.
    • Pilot basis in 4 States of Punjab, Mizoram, Tamil Nadu and MP.
developments
Developments
  • Manual on FM&P revised
    • Block level accountant
    • Audit schedule revised
    • One bank account at all levels except VEC
    • For procurement under SSA, procedure to be followed as per manual
  • Recommendation of 11th JRM
    • Shortage of account staff
    • Unauditted teacher salary booked under SSA
    • Audit Statements to be based on UC
  • Norms revised
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