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Madhyamgram Municipality. VISION. Madhyamgram municipality – exploring all its potential, is working towards its total development,touching Social,economic and cultural aspects Giving emphasis on regional importance To ensure long, healthy and meaningful life to all the citizens

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Madhyamgram Municipality


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VISION

Madhyamgram municipality – exploring all its potential, is working towards its total development,touching

  • Social,economic and cultural aspects

  • Giving emphasis on regional importance

  • To ensure long, healthy and meaningful life to all the citizens

  • Extending the vision towards a sustainable development.


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CONTEXT

  • During Mughal regime Madhyamgram was known as “Majher Gaon” situated in Anwarpur parganas.

  • After the introduction of the three tire panchayet system in 1978 Madhyamgram panchayet was formed.

  • Madhyamgram municipality was first formed on 7th September 1993.

  • Finally, on 27th may, 1994 present municipality was formed comprising 17 mouzas which were further divided into 23 wards.


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DEMOGRAPHY

  • Total area - 21.73 sq. KM.

  • Population – 2001 – 155451

    2012 – 209020 (projected)

  • 23 wards – highest population concentration in Wards 2,3,6,21, 22, 23 due to being situated along major transport network. Ward no 11, 12 are less dense for being located in the fringe areas

  • 65 slums with maximum concentration in Ward 10, 15, 19,1, 9,12,14


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INITIATING THE DDP

  • Meeting among all Councilors

    • This is an opportunity for capacity building therefore – all staff would be involved in the process

    • DPG and DTG (3) formed – functional delineation of responsibility but, close coordination in decision making – communication was key

    • Building on lessons learnt under CSIP 1c – participatory planning

    • CDS, TCGs, Health Workers, RCVs – extensively involved in community consultations – provided an insight into the houses of residents


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Launching workshop

1

Sensitization workshop

46

Planning workshop

Component 1 – zonal meeting

7

Component 1 – prioritization meeting

7

Component 2 – FGD

5

Component 2 – prioritization

7

Component 3 – workshops

7

Component 3 – prioritization

3

BOC meeting

5

Public validation

1

THE PROCESS

  • Formal interactions

  • Many informal interactions


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THE STAKEHOLDERS

  • Citizens of Madhyamgram

  • Staff across ALL departments of municipality

  • CDS Groups, TCGs, RCVs, SGH members

  • Health workers.

  • Local Trade Associations

  • Informal Sector Workers

  • Pre Primary and Primary

    School staff

  • NGOs


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SURVEYS

  • Primary data collection

    • Technical survey for

      Component 1

    • Socio economic survey

    • QSS

    • Economic Survey for LED

    • Citizens Satisfaction Survey

    • School survey

  • Health related survey


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OBSTACLES

  • Population pressure:

    This area is witnessing a fast development due to proximity to Kolkata attracting people from surrounding areas.

  • Unplanned city


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FOCUS OF THIS DDP

  • Livelihoods

  • Women’s empowerment

  • Public Health Delivery System

  • Institutional strengthening


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development

  • 1.1 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan

    • To ensure better quality of life by providing basic services

    • To ensure maintenance of the asset created

    • Enhance community participation in implementation and monitoring of various programmes


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS1.1 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan

  • 5 slums out of 65 already supported by KUSP

  • Remaining slums except 9 being on service lands will be taken up on the basis of QSS

  • 11 slums will be supported from KUSP and 40 slums will be funded from BSUP

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.2120.65 lac


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development

  • 1.2 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan

    • Ensure water connection to every household

    • Solid waste management

    • Elimination of water logging problem

    • Improving road network


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS1.2 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan

  • Modernisation of solid waste management system

  • Improvement and construction of roads and drains

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.2530.60 lac


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development

  • 1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan

  • Conversion of present water supply system to treated surface water

  • Storm water drainage system


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IDENTIFIED Proposals1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan

  • Construction of a drain at the side of Jessore road

  • Dredging and extension of Banikantha khal

  • Construction of a drain from Barasat municipality to CCI canal

  • Proposal for water perfusion and beautification of Noai

  • Repairing of Kora Panihara road

  • Improvement of a road started from Biswaspara to Barasat via 9 No. rail gate


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IDENTIFIED PROPOSALS1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan

  • Improvement of road from Humaipur to Dakshinpara through Daspara

  • Jessore road widening and road over bridge at Madhyamgram and Barasat

  • Surface water treatment plant at garulia sewing Madhyamgram, Barasat, New Barrackpur

  • Water testing lab

  • Iron removing and Chlorination plant


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development

  • 1.4 Land use Development Plan

  • Making land available for various uses

  • Enforcement of regulation

  • Development of municipal owned land


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS1.4 Land use Development Plan

  • Construction of an auditorium for indoor games

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 84 lakhs


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development

  • 1.5 Environment Management Plan

  • Conservation of water bodies

  • Shifting of hazardous industries from residential area

  • Regulation of industrial pollution

  • Spread awareness

  • Ensuring water harvesting


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 1.5 Environment Management Plan (SWM,SANITATION,ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT)

  • Construction of 4 pumping stations to remove the storm water

  • Construction of community latrine

  • Cleaning of drains regularly

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 192.00lac

    SWM RS 32 Lac

    SANITATION RS150 Lac

    ENVIRONMENT RS 10 Lac


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 2: Social and Livelihoods Development

2.1 Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation

  • Implementation of various poverty alleviation programmes of the government

  • Restructuring and empowering of UPE Cell


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS2.1 Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation

  • Vocational training center to facilitate wage employment and self employment.

  • Capacity building of UPE Cell

  • Creation of a help desk for promotion of livelihood

  • Provision for micro financing for unemployed youth

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 100.1 lakh.


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 2: Social and Livelihoods Development

2.2 Local Economic Development

  • Utilisation of local resources

  • Creating infrastructure for local industry

  • Identifying employment opportunities for unorganised workers.


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS2.2 Local Economic Development

  • Development of 3 markets in ward no. (1-5), (9-10), (11-12), (13-14), (14-15-16)

  • Development of KIOSK and marketing center for promotion of SHG products.

  • Implement entrepreneurship development programme

  • Service center on computer application, financial accounting.

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 75 lakhs


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 2: Social and Livelihoods Development

2.3 Health Care Service Delivery Improvement Plan

  • Improvement of existing healthcare system.

  • Reproductive and Child immunization Health Services

  • Health management information system


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS2.3 Health Care Service Delivery Improvement Plan

  • IEC and publication of health related booklets

  • Health care infrastructure improvement

  • Convergence of all govt. programmes

  • Mobile health unit.

    TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 185 lakhs


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 2: Social and Livelihoods Development

2.4 Primary Education Improvement Plan

  • To attain 85% literacy rate in next 5 years.

  • Reduce dropout rate and achieve universal education

  • Adequate education infrastructure facility.


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS2.4 Primary Education Improvement Plan

  • Timely procurement of furniture, TLM

  • Awareness campaign to check dropout, universal education

  • Operation of adult literacy center

  • Strengthening mid day meal programme

  • Scholarship to deserving students.

    TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 58.14 lakhs.


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan

3.1 Organisation Development Plan

  • Improving governance and ensuring active participation of the ward committee and CDS

  • Proper manpower planning

  • Skill development of the stuff

  • Capacity Building of the stuff and elected persons


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS3.1 Organization Development Plan

  • Strengthening Ward Committees and CDS

  • Skill development and awareness building of the stuff and elected persons.

  • Visit to other ULBs for sharing ideas.

  • Introduction of performance appraisal system

  • TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES= Rs. 21, 52, 750.


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan

3.2 Internal Processes and Systems Improvement Plan

  • Transition to accrual accounting system

  • Asset and inventory management

  • Generation of management system

  • Improving the quality of service to the citizen and infuse transparency.


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS3.2 Internal Processes and Systems Improvement Plan

  • Implementation of e – governance

  • Setting up a monitoring cell

  • Setting up IT cell

  • Following best practice in water supply and conservancy.

    TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.552, 92, 50.


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan

3.3 Citizens Interface Plan

  • Improve accountability in functioning

  • Grievance redress

  • Participation of the citizen.


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS3.3 Citizens Interface Plan

  • Sharing information

  • Periodic review of citizens feedback on committed citizens charter.

  • Setting up information cell.

    TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.27, 75, 000.


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DEVELOPMENT GOALSComponent 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan

3.4 Financial Plan

  • Enhancing property tax

  • Improving collection efficiency

  • Enhancing non tax revenue

  • Levy of user charges

  • Proper asset management

  • Financial control and budgeting


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IDENTIFIED PROJECTS3.4 Financial Plan

  • Various interventions for improvements in

    • Assessment and tax

    • Water charges

    • Advertisement tax

    • License fees

    • Expenditure management

      All related expenses are included in the administrative cost.


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FINANCIAL ALLOCATION

Tied fund 3389.76 lakhs

130% of investible surplus 2091.22 lakhs

Total 5480.98 lakhs

Allocation of investible surplus

Component 1 (75%) 1568.41 lakhs

Component 2 (20%) 418.24 lakhs

Component 3 (5%) 104.57 lakhs

Total 2091.22 lakhs


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PUBLIC VALIDATION

  • 400 participants at the meeting

  • High degree of interaction

  • Written feedback on DDP document

    • Comments received were largely incorporated either later or had already been included

    • Those comments not included were for reasons beyond the control of the municipality


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CONCLUSION

  • Implementation of DDP will enable holistic development of Madhyagram

  • To undo the developmental oversights of the past

  • To prepare Madyamgram to take its just place in the industrial development map of West Bengal


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THANK YOU


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