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Indira Awaas Yojana Performance Review . Group 2 06 th June. 2014. Annual allocation and target. Annual allocation 2014-15 No. of rural houseless and dilapidated houses - Census 2011 - 75% weightage Poverty estimates - 2004-05 - 25% weightage

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  1. Indira Awaas YojanaPerformance Review Group 2 06th June. 2014

  2. Annual allocation and target • Annual allocation 2014-15 • No. of rural houseless and dilapidated houses - Census 2011 - 75% weightage • Poverty estimates - 2004-05 - 25% weightage • Category wise targets distributed in proportion to their respective populations ( as done in 2013-14) • Earmarking of targets – • SC (35.3%), ST (24.7%) & Minorities (15%) reckoned at National level • Interchange of SC/ST targets is permitted • Diversion of targets from earmarked targets to general category is not permissible under guideline

  3. Change in fund flow • Ministry to release funds to Consolidated Fund of States • Central share must be released to DRDAs/ZPs (dedicated IAY bank accounts) within 3 days of receipt • State share should be released within 15 days of release of Central share • States liable to pay interest @12% per annum on central share for the period of delay

  4. Release of funds District wise targets for 2014-15 • Processed for release – Assam, Haryana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh • Observations raised – Jharkhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Tamil Nadu • Awaited from – Gujarat, Kerala, Mizoram, Punjab Releases being made • Committed liabilities - Second instalments, 2013-14 of districts that submitted complete proposals by 31st March, 2014 • Special project - Second instalments of proposals sanctioned in 2012-13 are being released (Details in State wise slides) Total Central release – Rs.829.47 crore (as of 31.05.2014)

  5. Progress on Operationalising Guideline Provisions • IEC Plan awaited from States • Social Audit Calendar awaited from States • Facilitation for design options for houses and toilets • Identification, certification and use of local, cost effective eco-friendly technologies • Use RHKN Portal • Capacity Building Plan • State Govts to organise trainings for PRIs, Masons, beneficiaries, govt. functionaries involvved in implementation • Translation of Guidelines into local official language • Suggestions on revival of Building Centres

  6. Convergence • With NBA • Mandatory but not being implemented • Every sanction of IAY house should have a mandatory sanction of toilet. Reports to this effect are not forthcoming • Reports for 2013-14 • On AwaasSoft – 0.17 lakh • Online MPR – 2.18 lakh • NBA MIS – 0.28 lakh • With MGNREGA • Unskilled wage component in construction of IAY houses is now permitted (Notification dated 20.12.2013 ) • Amount and modalities – yet to be worked out • With RGGVY, DRI, RSBY, AABY and reporting to be encouraged

  7. Other programme issues Bank accounts • Use of a dedicated Savings bank account for receipt of IAY funds at district and block levels – Use of PL/Suspense/Treasury accounts not permitted • CPSMS registration of bank accounts • Compile list of bank accounts at districts and blocks – prerequisite for transfer of funds through AwaasSoft Minorities • ‘Jains’ included as sixth community in the list of Minorities • Community wise reporting of progress enabled in AwaasSoft Grievance Redressal • Time bound action on NLM reports and complaints (Updated list circulated) • Mechanism and personnel to be identified for the purpose • Monitoring through AwaasSoft

  8. Monitoring and Reporting • All proposals and sanctions should be issued from AwaasSoft. If post dated entries to be done within 15 days of actual work • Module for booking administrative expenses operational and manual uploaded • Monitoring State scheme through AwaasSoft • Guidelines of State scheme should be shared with NIC • State to take ownership of Data for State schemes • Details of State MIS Nodal officers to be registered on AwaasSoft immediately • Reporting of Convergence with NBA and MGNREGA is mandatory

  9. 2012-13 - Progress reported on AwaasSoft

  10. Reporting in 2012-13 – MIS vs MPR

  11. 2013-14 - Progress reported on AwaasSoft

  12. Reporting in 2013-14 – MIS vs MPR

  13. Role of State MIS Nodal Officers Role to be strengthened • Entries to be made immediately • Number and proportion of instalments and details in State login • District targets and funds released • Bank accounts of districts and blocks with full details • Privileges to be assigned to state MIS nodal officer • Editing bank account details • Editing financial transactions from lower levels • Synchronisation of data from NREGASoft • All mails related to technical issues to be routed through MIS nodal officer to iay-nic@nic.in

  14. Checks in AwaasSoft • Parameters that cannot be changed and should be strictly uniform in all districts during a financial year • No. of installments • Amount to be given in the installment • Inspection levels • Top up IAY amount over and above State share • Sanction of houses should be done latest by 15th July, 2014 • Minimum of two inspections and uploading of photographs is mandatory • Wherever materials are supplied – required customisation to be made to capture such transactions • Deletion / alteration of sanction and beneficiary data will not be allowed once funds are released • Edit options for financial transactions will not be available • Opening Balance can be edited only twice in a financial year and only before audit reports are submitted • Change in beneficiaries between schemes will not be possible once sanctions are issued

  15. Special Projects • Proposals to cover Manual Scavengers may be prepared on priority and submitted by 31st July, 2014 for EC’s approval • States to submit proposals for deserving categories after careful examination • Ascertain availability of eligible beneficiaries • Inter district transfer of targets will not be accommodated • Special Projects to be audited separately for settlement of accounts and completion of houses to be ensured • 2nd instalment proposals for special projects sanctioned in 2012-13 due from last year may be consolidated at State level & submitted on priority • Consolidated proposals for 2nd instalment for projects sanctioned in 2013-14 may be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  16. Pendency of Complaints/NLM (Updated list circulated)

  17. Assam • Targets for 2014-15 received and processed for release • Committed liabilities released to 4 dists

  18. Assam - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  19. Gujarat District wise targets 2014-15 is awaited Physical progress Financial progress

  20. Haryana District wise targets for 2014-15 received and processed for release Physical progress Financial progress

  21. Jharkhand • Targets for 2014-15 received • Targets from earmarked categories cannot be transferred to general category • Allocation to IAP districts has to be made with unit cost of Rs. 75,000 – overall financial allocation cannot be enhanced • Committed liabilities released to 1dists • Bokaro – Rs. 845.032 lakh • Garwah, Pakur & Sahebkanj – submitted to IFD • Special project sanctioned in 2012-13 – Homestead Incentive • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured

  22. Jharkhand - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  23. Jammu & Kashmir • Targets for 2014-15 received • Targets for ST cannot be transferred to general category • Committed liabilities released to 6 dists

  24. Jammu & Kashmir - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  25. Kerala • District wise targets for 2014-15 is awaited • Committed liabilities released to Kozhikode – Rs. 948.948 lakh Physical progress Financial progress

  26. Madhya Pradesh • Targets for 2014-15 received • Retaining funds and targets at the State level is not permissible • Allocation to IAP districts has to be made with unit cost of Rs. 75,000 – overall financial allocation cannot be enhanced • Committed liabilities released to 16 districts

  27. Madhya Pradesh - Special project • Sanctioned in 2012-13 • Homestead Incentive -30998 houses • FRA beneficiaries – 53360 houses • Sanctioned in 2013-14 • Silicosis affected – four districts – Rs. 1.12 cr • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured • Consolidated 2nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  28. Madhya Pradesh - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  29. Mizoram District wise targets for 2014-15 is awaited Physical progress Financial progress

  30. Manipur • Allocation for 2014-15 has been done objectively using a prescribed formula and data from Census 2011 • Earmarking for categories has been reckoned at the National level • Committed liabilities released to Ukhrul – Rs.256.408 lakh • Special project sanctioned in 2013-14 • Insurgency affected – Churachandpur – Rs. 8.38 cr • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured • 2nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  31. Manipur - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  32. Punjab • District wise targets for 2014-15 is awaited • Issues in reporting • No reporting on MIS • MPR – online and hard copies are not being received • Progress of Special projects has not been reported

  33. Tripura • District wise targets received and processed for release • Special project sanctioned in 2013-14 to all districts • Surrendered militants - Rs. 6.92 cr • FRA beneficiaries – Rs. 8.38 cr • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured • Consolidated 2nd inst. roposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  34. Tripura - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  35. Tamil Nadu • District wise targets received • Targets from earmarked categories cannot be transferred to general category • Committed liabilities released to two districts • Ariyalur – Rs.576.304 lakh • Madurai – Rs. 677.312 lakh • Special project sanctioned in 2013-14 • Cyclone affected – Cuddalore & Villupuram – Rs. 93.86 cr • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured • Consolidated 2nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  36. Tamil Nadu - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  37. Uttar Pradesh • District wise targets received and processed for release • Committed liabilities released to three districts • Azamgarh – Rs.11069.878 lakh • Mahoba – Rs. 53.234 lakh • Faizabad – Rs.3745.832 lakh • Special project sanctioned in 2013-14 • Sahariya tribes – Lalitpur – Rs. 7.93 cr • Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured • 2nd inst. proposal have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

  38. Uttar Pradesh - Progress in MIS Physical progress Financial progress

  39. Thank you