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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana Rural Roads Programme Delivery of Rural Services and Infrastructure Critical to the Millennium Development Goals 18 th June 2004. National Rural Road Development Committee Report-Findings.

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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana

Rural Roads Programme

Delivery of Rural Services and Infrastructure

Critical to the

Millennium Development Goals

18th June 2004

national rural road development committee report findings
National Rural Road Development Committee Report-Findings
  • India has about 5.89 lakh villages of various population sizes, inhabited by about 75 % of its population.
  • Water tankers cannot reach several thousands drought prone villages leading to migration of rural population in total despair.
  • A large number of cattle die in veterinary epidemics especially during the rainy season because timely help cannot reach them.
  • Daily 300 pregnant women die, as they cannot reach the health centre in time from their villages.
  • The public distribution system fails to penetrate to thousands of villages leading to malnutrition and infant morality.
  • Perishable agricultural crops cannot reach the market in time leading to heavy loss to the farmers.
  • Lakhs of rural children cannot reach the schools during rainy season.
rural connectivity an effective poverty reduction strategy
Rural Connectivity - an Effective Poverty Reduction Strategy

Social Impacts

Economic benefits

  • Better medical care
  • Higher attendance in schools/colleges
  • Better access to public services like Post Offices, Banks,
  • Administrative offices
  • Increased penetration of Development Programmes
  • Quick response to calamities (epidemics, droughts, floods,
  • fire, crime etc)
  • Access to better quality consumer items and durables
  • Increase in agricultural production
  • improvement in cropping pattern
  • Better prices for the agricultural produce
  • Reduction in transport costs
  • Cheaper and more assured availability of essential items
  • Creation of new employment in off-farm sector
  • Better climate for setting up cottage and Agro-Industries
  • Increase in production of dairy products
pradhan mantri gram sadak yojana
Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana

Programme launched on 25th Dec. 2000

The Objectives:

  • All 500+ Unconnected Habitations to be connected by 2007
  • For Hill, NE States, Desert and Tribal Areas 250+ unconnected habitations also to be connected.
  • All weather roads are to be constructed

Length of Roads to be Constructed : 3,69,000 Km

Eligible Habitations to be covered : 1.70 lakh

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PMGSY-The Scheme

The spirit and the objective of PMGSY is to

provide good All-Weather Road Connectivity

to the UnconnectedHabitations.

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Prioritisation under PMGSY

The District Rural Roads Plan and the Core Network would be the basis of all roads selected under PMGSY.

In drawing up the list of the road works, the following Order of Priority is followed.

  • Providing New connectivity to Unconnected Habitations serving a population
  • Upgradation of Through Routes in the Core network
  • Upgradation of Link Routes
number of habitations and length of roads to be covered under pmgsy
Number of Habitations and Length of Roads to be Covered under PMGSY*

*As per Core Network Survey

pmgsy investment and funding
PMGSY: Investment and Funding
  • Total Investment Requirement
  • New Connectivity : Rs 76,000 crore
  • Upgradation : Rs. 56,000 crore
  • : Rs. 1,32,000 crore
  • Funding tied up through
  • Central Road Fund
  • External and Internal borrowings.
  • 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme
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Employment Generation
  • At present investment levels of Rs. 2000-2500 crores per annum,
      • 6.50 crore mandays (unskilled)
      • 0.56 crore mandays (skilled)

are generated per annum, on road construction

  • 27-30% of cost of roadwork is the labour component
  • New farm and non-farm employment opportunities created as a result of the ‘farm-to-market’ all weather connectivity are major benefits.
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Thank You

www.pmgsy.nic.in

www.pmgsy.org

sanjeet@alpha.nic.in

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Unconnected Habitation

An Unconnected Habitation is one with a population of designated size located at a distance of at least 500 meters or more (1.5 km of path distance in case of Hills) from an All-weather road or a connected Habitation.

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Connectivity

The Unconnected Habitations are to be connected to nearby Habitations already connected by an All-weather road or to another existing All-weather road so that services (educational, health, marketing facilities etc.), which are not available in the unconnected Habitation, become available to the residents.

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Habitation

The unit for this Programme is a Habitation.

A Habitation is a cluster of population, living in an area, the location of which does not change over time.

(Desam, Dhanis, Tolas, Majras, hamlets etc. are commonly used terminology to describe the Habitations.)

A Revenue village / Gram Panchayat may comprise of one or several Habitations.

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District Rural Road Plan and Core Network

The District Rural Roads Plan indicates the existing road network system in the District and identifies the proposed roads for providing connectivity to Unconnected Habitations, in an economic and efficient manner

The Core Network identifies the roads required to assure each eligible Habitation with a Basic Access to essential social and economic services.

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