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Presentation on different schemes of Panchayati Raj Department. Indira Awas Yojana – IAY Mo Kudia CC Road 13 th FCA BRGF. Panchayati Raj Department Government of Orissa. Rural Housing Indira Awaas Yojana. Indira Awas Yojana (IAY).

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presentation on different schemes of panchayati raj department
Presentation on different schemes of Panchayati Raj Department
  • Indira Awas Yojana – IAY
  • Mo Kudia
  • CC Road
  • 13th FCA
  • BRGF

Panchayati Raj Department

Government of Orissa

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IndiraAwasYojana (IAY)

  • Indira Awas Yojana, a flagship programme of the MoRD, Government of India under the banner ‘BHARAT NIRMAN” provides financial assistance to the rural BPL households for construction of their dwelling units. The funding pattern is 75:25 between Central Government and State Government
  • Instruction has been issued to prepare two waitlists, one for SC/ST and another for non SC/ST following the principles noted below.
      • Households getting ‘0’ score in housing, out of 2002 survey list will be included in the first category.
      • Uncovered BPL households out of 1997 BPL list not covered so far, but are otherwise eligible may be given second priority.
      • Households getting ‘1’ score in housing, out of 2002 survey list, not included will be included in the third category.
      • Eligible houseless MGNREGS workers.
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Indira Awas Yojana (IAY) Contd..

  • Unit cost of each house is Rs.45,000/- w.e.f 01-04-2010 in Plain Area and Payment to be made in 4 instalments, i.e
      • Rs.5000/- work order
      • Rs.15000/- plinth level
      • Rs.15000/- lintel level
      • Rs.10000/- roof casting/roof laying
  • Govt. of India have enhanced unit cost of assistance from Rs.45,000/- to Rs.48,500/- in respect of focused LWE districts i.e. Deogarh, Gajapati, Malkangiri, Rayagada & Sambalpur w.e.f. 01.04.2010. This has been communicated to the Collector of the concerned districts vide this Department Letter No.30721/PR dated 19.10.2010
about the scheme mo kudia
About the Scheme – MO KUDIA
  • State Govt. launched “Mo Kudia” (My House) Scheme from 2008-09.
  • Meet un-mate need of the most vulnerable households who need immediate shelter for dignified existence.
  • Rural households whose name does not find place in the BPL list but are otherwise genuine poor.
  • Amount of assistance is same as that in IAY. The Unit Cost of each Mo Kudia house has been enhanced to Rs.45,000/- from Rs.35,000/- w.e.f. 01.04.2010. The same has been communicated to all Collectors / PD, DRDAs in this Deptt. Letter No.27519 dated 21.09.10.
  • Physical Target for the Financial Year 2010-11 has been communicated to all Collectors in this Department Letter No.16505/PR Dated 03.06.2010
eligibility criteria mo kudia
Eligibility Criteria – MO KUDIA
  • Poor women in distress, physically challenged (over 40%), mentally challenged, victim of domestic violence, destitute widows, women-headed households, adult orphans of government registered institution, victims of leprosy and AIDs.
  • Poor victims of ethnic and naxal violence .
  • Poor victims of fire or flood.
  • Tribal households whose houses are “fully collapsed” due to elephant menace.
  • Primitive Tribe Groups (PTG) given priority without insisting on title of land.
guidelines cement concrete road
Guidelines - Cement Concrete Road

The State Government have decided to give thrust to the scheme for construction of cement concrete roads in the villages in every nook and corner of the State with special focus on SC/ST/PVTG (Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Group) habitations.

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Guidelines - Cement Concrete Road
  • Fund Allocation:
  • Block is treated as a unit.
  • Fund will be allocated directly to the blocks each year equally.
  • Flow of Funds:
  • Funds from all sources to be aggregated.
  • Scheme is implemented in convergence with other schemes like Biju KBK/ BRGF/ GGY/ TFC or any other scheme.
  • Untied in nature and supplement to the programme and provide synergy and convergence to the different development programmes.
  • The labour cost – MGNREGS.
  • Target:
  • Certain number of villages will be taken up each year with an aim to cover all the villages under the scheme over a definite time frame with focus on habitations of weaker and most vulnerable social groups in convergence with other schemes.
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Guidelines - Cement Concrete Road
  • Selection of villages:
  • B.D.O. is authorized to select the villages to be taken up:
  • The villages/habitations inhabited by PVTGs with no coverage of C. C. Road - 1st preference.
  • PVTG villages partially covered with C. C. Roads – 2nd priority.
  • Villages inhabited by STs in majority with no coverage of C .C. Road.
  • ST villages partially covered with C. C. Roads.
  • Villages of SC community with no coverage of C .C. Road.
  • SC villages partially covered with C. C. Roads.
  • Bigger habitation having no coverage of C.C. road – Next Priority
  • In other habitations, the C. C. Roads should be planned for execution from the ST/ SC basti towards the main habitation and not vice-versa.
  • The villages belonging to other category already covered with 500 metres or more of C.C. Roads should not be ordinarily considered under this scheme.
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Guidelines - Cement Concrete Road
  • Implementing Agency: PanchayatSamiti.
  • Execution of Work:
  • Executed either by Gram Sanjojak or through VLL selected by PalliSabha.
  • Overall responsibility for implementation of the Scheme shall lie with Collector & Project Director of the district.
  • DRDA shall furnish monthly progress report (MPR)
  • Social Audit:
  • Social Audit and vigilance shall be encouraged at grass-roots level.
  • Collector of the district shall also prepare schedules of inspection which prescribe the minimum number of field visits for each supervisory level functionary and shall ensure that the inspection schedules are faithfully followed by supervisory level functionaries.
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13th Finance Commission Award

Government of Orissa

Panchayati Raj Department

recommendations 13 th fca
Recommendations 13th FCA
  • For augmenting the resources of rural local bodies in terms of award of grant based on certain principles. The grant have two main components.
      • Basic Grant – 5 years (2010-11 to 2014-15) : 1694.20 Cr.
      • Performance Grant – 4 years (2011-12 to 2014-15) : 897.00 Cr.
      • Special Area Basic Grant – 5 years (2010-11 to 2014-15) : 96.95 Cr.
      • Special Area Performance Grant – 4 years (2011-12 to 2014-15) : 67.86 Cr.
  • A small portion of grants allocated to Special Area covered by the V & VI Schedules and areas exempted from the purview of Part X and XI (A) of the constitution.
general grant
General Grant
  • General Basic Grant
            • From 2010-11 to 2014-15
            • for all GPs
            • for developmental work
  • General Performance Grant
            • based on performance
            • fulfillment of certain conditionality
            • From 2011-12 to 2014-15
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Special Area Grant

  • Special area Basic Grant
            • From 2010-11 to 2014-15
            • for Schedule Area
            • for developmental work
  • Special Area Performance Grant
            • From 2011-12 to 2014-15
            • based on performance
            • fulfillment of certain conditionality
eligibility for performance grant
Eligibility for Performance Grant
  • Put in place Supplement Budget to the Local Bodies.
  • Audit system as stipulated by CAG and maintenance of accounts of PRIs.
  • Independent Local Body Ombudsman for complaints
  • Electronically transferring Local Body Grants (e-Transfer) within five days of receipt from Central Government.
  • Adequately Empowerment Local Body for levying property tax and other taxes to raise the income of PRIs.
components of 13 th fca
Components of 13th FCA
  • Drinking Water Supply
  • Sewerage, Solid waste management (Rural Sanitation)
  • Operational Expenses (Maintenance of Accounts, Conducting of Audits, Creation of the Database)
what is brgf
What is BRGF?
  • Backward Regions Grant Fund is designed to redress regional imbalances in development.
  • 250 Districts from different states of India have been chosen under this scheme.
  • Bolangir, Boudh, Debagarh, Dhenkanal, Gajapati, Ganjam, Jhasuguda, Kalahandi, Keonjhar, Koraput, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanja, Nabarangpur, Nuapara, Phulbani, Rayagada, Sambalpur, Sonepur and Sundergarh are the 19 districts of Orissa under BRGF
statement of objectives and basic features of brgf
Statement of Objectives and basic features of BRGF

1.1 The BRGF fund provides financial resources for supplementing and converging existing developmental inflows into identified districts so as to:

  • Bridge critical gaps in local infrastructure and other development requirements that are not being adequately met through existing inflows.
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Cont..

b) Provide professional support to local bodies for planning, implementation and monitoring their plans.

c)Strengthen to this end Local Governments with more appropriate capacity building to facilitate participatory planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring, to reflect local felt needs.

d)

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Cont….

d) Improve the performance and deliver of critical functions assigned to Local governments and counter possible efficiency and equity losses on account of inadequate local capacity.

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Cont….

1.2Integrated development will commence with each district undertaking a diagnostic study of its backwardness by enlisting professional planning support. This includes the preparation of a baseline survey

1.3 This plan will integrate multiple programmes that are in operation in the district concerned and therefore address backwardness through a combination of resources that flow to the district.

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Cont….

1.4The participatory plans prepared by each local governments (PRIs & Urban Local Bodies) would be consolidated into the district plan by the District Planning Committee

1.5BRGF consists of two funding windows:

a) A capability Building Fund of Rs one crore per

annum for one district.

b) A substantially united grant of Rs10-15 crores per annum per district.

purpose of development funds under brgf
Purpose of development funds under BRGF
  • Development funds released under BRGF are to be used for filling critical gaps vital for development in spite of other major interventions.
  • It is an ‘untied fund’ available at district level to address the critical gaps identified through a process of participatory planning and ensuring effective ‘convergence’ with available schemes in the district.
  • Rs 10.00 Crores per district per anum is anticipated under this component of BRGF
purpose of training capacity building funds under brgf
Purpose of Training & Capacity Building funds under BRGF
  • To strengthen the PRIs/ULBs) so as to enable them to participate effectively in the planning & implementation process of all the developmental schemes including BRGF.
  • Orienting officials to equip themselves for better functioning of the three tier PRIs.
  • Sensitizing media, Political parties, CSOs to accept and promote Panchayati Raj as an effective local Govt.
purpose of dev funds
Purpose of Dev. Funds
  • Gap filling in Local Infrastructure linked to flagship programmes.
  • Concrete Roads, Anganawadi Centers, School & college Buildings, Drinking Water & Sanitation, Rural Electrification, Health Centre Buildings, Play Ground, Panchayat Ghars, Roads, Culverts etc.
fund flow
Fund Flow:
  • Fund will be transferred to Bank Accounts of Panchayats and municipalities within 15 days of the receipt of fund from GOI.
  • Separate Bank Account for BRGF.
  • Utilization Certificate in time.
  • Regular Audit.
  • Quality monitoring & Social Audit
slide30

GOPABANDHU

GRAMIN YOJANA

slide31

It is an initiative by State Govt. of Orissa in 2006-07 till the expiry of 11th five year plan.

  • GGY provides additional development assistance to 11 districts of Orissa which are not covered under BRGF
slide32

Districts under GGY

  • Angul
  • Balasore
  • Bargarh
  • Bhadrak
  • Cuttack
  • Jajpur
  • Jagatsinghpur
  • Kendrapara
  • Khurda
  • Nayagarh
  • Puri
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Objective :

  • To provide additional development funds to the targeted districts to provide infrastructure to each revenue village consisting primarily
  • Bijili(Electrification)
  • Sadak (Road)
  • Pani (Water Supply)
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Mechanism of Implementation –

  • PR Department makes budget provision under a separate heads of account each year for GGY.
  • Palli Sabha selects shelf of projects to be undertaken within the village as per the prescribed ceiling.
  • Approved proposals of Gram Sabha is compiled by block.
slide35

Put up for approval by District Level Committee

  • Registered electrical contractor should be engaged by E.E. of Power Distribution companies for electrification work.
slide36

District Level Committee –

  • PD, DRDA, Member Convenor
  • MP
  • MLA
  • ZP President
slide38

Projects under water

  • Dilatation / Renovation / Excavation of village tank.
  • Embankment with turfing / Stone pitching.
  • Construction of retaining walls / bathing ghats.
  • Sluice & Surplus
  • Construction of water harvesting structure.
  • Field Channels
slide39

Projects under Electrification –

  • Street lighting.
  • Lighting at places of Mass Congregation
  • Electrification of Govt. residential / with non residential schools.
  • (Written understanding by GP / Govt. Institution for maintenance energy charges)
slide40

Projects under Road Sector

  • C C Road with drainage facility inside the village approach road / link road from main road to the village in case of saturation of C C road in selected village.
  • Construction of Black Tapped. road to connect a village with nearest PMGSY …… record
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Some Special Projects which can be included –

  • Construction of concrete roads within village.
  • Construction of concrete road / blacktapped / concrete roads to connect a village with nearest PMGSY or ODR Road.
  • Installation of Street Lights (Maintenance is to be borrowed by concerned GP)
  • Provision of drinking water supply.
  • Creation of irrigation source.
slide42

Guideline for Execution :

  • Projects needs to be integrated with dist place.
  • The limit of administrative & technical sanctions for those should same as similar scheme on going at the movement.
  • Provision of OGFR & OPWD need to be followed.
slide43

PRI represent Asst. Engineers of Blocks / Electricity Utility + Water resources Deptt. Prepare the estimates for the sanctioned projects.

  • Projects not less than Rs. 50,000/- (except electrification) shouldn’t be taken.
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Cost effectiveness sustainability should be carefully considered.

  • Implemented by line dept. or PRIs or other executing agency.