Presentation on theme: "ENUMERATION OF HUTS & IT ENABLED SELECTION PROCESS"— Presentation transcript:
1 ENUMERATION OF HUTS & IT ENABLED SELECTION PROCESS F. Abdul RazickAdditional Director,Rural Development and Panchayat Raj DepartmentGovernment of Tamil Nadu
2 Tamil Nadu - Some Basics Unified Rural Development & Panchayat Raj Department – implementing various Central/State Schemes as well as supervising PRIs31 Districts (excluding Chennai)385 Blocks12,618 Village Panchayats (~ 3,000 population)1,20,000 officialsRs.9,000 crores annual Schemes budget
3 Census DefinitionsPermanent Houses – both walls & roof made of permanent materials.e.g. Walls made of burnt bricks, stone, concrete, etc.,Roof made of tiles, concrete, G.I., metal, Asbestos sheets, etc.Temporary Houses – both walls & roof made of temporary materials.e.g. Walls made of mud, unburnt bricks, plastic, bamboo, etc.,Roof made of thatch, bamboo, wood, mud, plastic, etc.Semi-permanent Houses – either wall or roof made of temporary materials, and the other made of permanent materials
4 Temporary Houses in Tamil Nadu – Census 2001 23% of households in Tamil Nadu live in temporary housesAll India average – 18%Rural TN – 33% (1/3rd)Urban TN – 10% (1/10th)
5 Huts in Rural Tamil Nadu Estimate of number of Huts to be replacedCensus 2001 figuresLess IAY AllocationsAdd for natural growth rate21 Lakh huts in rural areas
9 Enumeration of all Huts Need to freeze number and list of huts as on the cut-off date ( ).Pilot Survey one Village Panchayat per Block (385 Blocks) in the State.Main Survey in all Village Panchayats in the State.Conducted during April – May, 2010.
10 Enumeration of all Huts (contd.) 3-member Enumeration Team, comprised of:Village Administrative Officer;Makkal Nala Paniyalar; andVillage Panchayat Assistant.Enumeration as a ‘team’, not individually.3-member team mandatory.Super-checking Official: Deputy BDO / Deputy Tahsildar.
11 Enumeration of all Huts (contd.) Intensive cascaded trainingState level : Collectors, District Revenue Officers, Project Directors, DRDA.District level : Deputy Collectors, Assistant Directors, Tahsildars, BDOs as Master Trainers.Block level : Enumeration Teams and Super-checking officials.
12 Enumeration of all Huts (contd.) Enumeration Register capturingDetails about the Household.Details about the Hut.Details about the House-site.Signature of the resident taken.Eligibility determined and recorded by the Enumeration Team, Super-checking Official independently.
13 Eligibility CriteriaBased on Ownership of land, and availability of ‘Identifiers’.Land: Clear Title, Questionable Title, Land belonging to religious institutions, Unobjectionable Poramboke Land, Objectionable Poramboke Land.Identifiers: Part No. & Serial No. in the May 2009 Parliamentary Electoral Roll, Ration card number, TNEB Service Connection Number, House Tax Assessment Number.
14 Eligibility Criteria (contd) Huts classified asEligibleConditionally EligibleIneligibleDetermined by Enumeration Team.Independently determined by Super-checking Official.Finally determined by Software.
15 Enumeration Results Category No. of Huts Total No. of Huts enumerated 22.08 lakhsEligible Huts12.37 lakhsConditionally Eligible Huts3.31 lakhson Objectionable Porambokes(requiring alternative sites)1.64 lakhsIneligible Huts4.76 lakhs
20 Enumeration Results No Enumeration Results No. of Huts enumerated in each District (10 Districts with more than 1 lakh huts each)DistrictNo. of HutsVillupuram288,924Cuddalore210,386Nagapattinam150,012Thanjavur148,960Kancheepuram131,241Vellore130,219Tiruvannamalai128,436Salem126,014Tiruvarur119,842Tiruvallur103,920
21 Enumeration Results No Enumeration Results No. of Huts enumerated in each District (10 Districts with 25 thousand -1 lakh huts each)DistrictNo. of HutsPudukottai74,648Trichy74,085Ariyalur68,922Dharmapuri67,289Namakkal50,226Krishnagiri46,708Erode46,222Dindigul40,088Perambalur31,421Madurai26,012
22 Enumeration Results No Enumeration Results No. of Huts enumerated in each District (11 Districts with less than 25 thousand huts each)DistrictNo. of HutsSivagangai22,795Karur22,338Ramanathapuram21,391Tiruppur15,181Tirunelveli14,479Thoothukudi13,446Coimbatore10,310Kanyakumari8,603Virudhunagar7,243Theni2,351Nilgiris890
23 2nd round of Field Verification Photograph of every hut with the resident standing in front, holding a board containing a new door number and serial number in the Enumeration Register.Photograph affixed on software-generated Application-cum-Verification form, and signature of resident taken.
25 Role of Information Technology Web-based Software developed by NIC.Stage 1: All entries from the Enumeration Registers entered into the RHS Database.Distributed web-based data entry from 385 Blocks.Stage 2: Onscreen Comparison and Confirmation, to ensure that the Database is an exact replica of the Enumeration Registers
26 Role of Information Technology (contd.) Generation of Application-cum-Verification Forms for 2nd Round of Field Visits.Generation of list of beneficiaries.Generation of individual work orders.Generation of lists of huts for follow-up action, like issue of pattas etc.
27 Allocation of Permanent Houses To each Village Panchayat: a fixed component of 10 huts, plus a variable component in proportion to number of Eligible Huts.So that ‘smaller’ Village Panchayats can be covered completely in the first year itself.
28 Allocation of Permanent Houses (contd.) Within each Village Panchayat : Sub-allocation to each Community (ST,SC,MBC,BC,OC) in proportion to the number of Eligible Huts.To ensure inter-Community equity.IAY: 60% of Houses allotted to SCs/STs, causing heart-burn to non-SC/STs.
29 Allocation of Permanent Houses (contd.) Within each Community : Habitations arranged in descending order of number of Eligible Huts of the Community, and sub-allocation of permanent houses done.To ensure certainty and transparency in the priority of selection.Systematic coverage of the ‘larger’ habitations, for greater impact and ease of implementation.
30 Selection of Beneficiaries Within each Habitation : A simple, fair, transparent and automatic process for selection of beneficiaries.Beneficiaries selected in ascending order of new door number as per the May 2009 Parliamentary Electoral Roll.Selection of all 3 lakh beneficiaries done using the Software specially developed by NIC.
31 Issue of Work OrdersList of Eligible Huts generated by the Software, and placed before Grama Sabha for information on andWork Orders generated by the Software, and issued to the beneficiaries from
32 Construction of Houses Cement, Steel– supplied Departmentally.Bricksco-ordinated by Collectors.Firm orders – lead to reduced prices.Additional Brick Kilns by SHGs.SandAdditional Quarries opened in each Block exclusively for the Scheme.
33 Construction of Houses (contd.) MasonsMason apprentices trained under various Schemes.Measurements taken by Overseers (Basement, Lintel level, Roof Laid stage and upon Completion)Payments done to beneficiaries’ Bank Accounts by the Village Panchayats.
34 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
35 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
36 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
37 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
38 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
39 Construction in Progress RURAL HOUSING SCHEME –Construction in Progress
44 Current Status RHS Phase I 1,00,000 houses completed 1,00,000 houses in advanced stages of completion1,00,000 houses under progress
45 “GREEN HOUSE”The State Government have announced a new Housing Scheme “GREEN HOUSE”.Each house in 300 sq.ft.Unit cost fixed at Rs.1,80,000/-Solar Powered Lights to each houseWill be implemented from45