2 VISIONMadhyamgram municipality – exploring all its potential, is working towards its total development,touchingSocial,economic and cultural aspectsGiving emphasis on regional importanceTo ensure long, healthy and meaningful life to all the citizensExtending the vision towards a sustainable development.
3 CONTEXTDuring 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.
4 DEMOGRAPHY Total area - 21.73 sq. KM. Population – 2001 – 155451 2012 – (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 areas65 slums with maximum concentration in Ward 10, 15, 19,1, 9,12,14
5 INITIATING THE DDP Meeting among all Councilors This is an opportunity for capacity building therefore – all staff would be involved in the processDPG and DTG (3) formed – functional delineation of responsibility but, close coordination in decision making – communication was keyBuilding on lessons learnt under CSIP 1c – participatory planningCDS, TCGs, Health Workers, RCVs – extensively involved in community consultations – provided an insight into the houses of residents
7 THE STAKEHOLDERS Citizens of Madhyamgram Staff across ALL departments of municipalityCDS Groups, TCGs, RCVs, SGH membersHealth workers.Local Trade AssociationsInformal Sector WorkersPre Primary and PrimarySchool staffNGOs
8 SURVEYS Primary data collection Technical survey for Component 1 Socio economic surveyQSSEconomic Survey for LEDCitizens Satisfaction SurveySchool surveyHealth related survey
9 OBSTACLES Population pressure: Unplanned city This area is witnessing a fast development due to proximity to Kolkata attracting people from surrounding areas.Unplanned city
10 FOCUS OF THIS DDP Livelihoods Women’s empowerment Public Health Delivery SystemInstitutional strengthening
11 1.1 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development1.1 Slum Infrastructure Improvement PlanTo ensure better quality of life by providing basic servicesTo ensure maintenance of the asset createdEnhance community participation in implementation and monitoring of various programmes
12 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 1.1 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan 5 slums out of 65 already supported by KUSPRemaining slums except 9 being on service lands will be taken up on the basis of QSS11 slums will be supported from KUSP and 40 slums will be funded from BSUPTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs lac
13 1.2 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development1.2 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement PlanEnsure water connection to every householdSolid waste managementElimination of water logging problemImproving road network
14 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 1.2 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan Modernisation of solid waste management systemImprovement and construction of roads and drainsTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs lac
15 1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement PlanConversion of present water supply system to treated surface waterStorm water drainage system
16 IDENTIFIED Proposals 1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan Construction of a drain at the side of Jessore roadDredging and extension of Banikantha khalConstruction of a drain from Barasat municipality to CCI canalProposal for water perfusion and beautification of NoaiRepairing of Kora Panihara roadImprovement of a road started from Biswaspara to Barasat via 9 No. rail gate
17 IDENTIFIED PROPOSALS 1.3 Trans Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Plan Improvement of road from Humaipur to Dakshinpara through DasparaJessore road widening and road over bridge at Madhyamgram and BarasatSurface water treatment plant at garulia sewing Madhyamgram, Barasat, New BarrackpurWater testing labIron removing and Chlorination plant
18 1.4 Land use Development Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development1.4 Land use Development PlanMaking land available for various usesEnforcement of regulationDevelopment of municipal owned land
19 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 1.4 Land use Development Plan Construction of an auditorium for indoor gamesTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 84 lakhs
20 1.5 Environment Management Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 1: Infrastructure, Land use and Environment Development1.5 Environment Management PlanConservation of water bodiesShifting of hazardous industries from residential areaRegulation of industrial pollutionSpread awarenessEnsuring water harvesting
21 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 1.5 Environment Management Plan (SWM,SANITATION,ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT) Construction of 4 pumping stations to remove the storm waterConstruction of community latrineCleaning of drains regularlyTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs lacSWM RS 32 LacSANITATION RS150 LacENVIRONMENT RS 10 Lac
22 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 2: Social and Livelihoods Development 2.1 Livelihood and Poverty AlleviationImplementation of various poverty alleviation programmes of the governmentRestructuring and empowering of UPE Cell
23 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 2.1 Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation Vocational training center to facilitate wage employment and self employment.Capacity building of UPE CellCreation of a help desk for promotion of livelihoodProvision for micro financing for unemployed youthTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs lakh.
24 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 2: Social and Livelihoods Development 2.2 Local Economic DevelopmentUtilisation of local resourcesCreating infrastructure for local industryIdentifying employment opportunities for unorganised workers.
25 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 2.2 Local Economic Development Development of 3 markets in ward no. (1-5), (9-10), (11-12), (13-14), ( )Development of KIOSK and marketing center for promotion of SHG products.Implement entrepreneurship development programmeService center on computer application, financial accounting.TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 75 lakhs
26 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 2: Social and Livelihoods Development 2.3 Health Care Service Delivery Improvement PlanImprovement of existing healthcare system.Reproductive and Child immunization Health ServicesHealth management information system
27 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 2.3 Health Care Service Delivery Improvement Plan IEC and publication of health related bookletsHealth care infrastructure improvementConvergence of all govt. programmesMobile health unit.TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 185 lakhs
28 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 2: Social and Livelihoods Development 2.4 Primary Education Improvement PlanTo attain 85% literacy rate in next 5 years.Reduce dropout rate and achieve universal educationAdequate education infrastructure facility.
29 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 2.4 Primary Education Improvement Plan Timely procurement of furniture, TLMAwareness campaign to check dropout, universal educationOperation of adult literacy centerStrengthening mid day meal programmeScholarship to deserving students.TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs lakhs.
30 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan 3.1 Organisation Development PlanImproving governance and ensuring active participation of the ward committee and CDSProper manpower planningSkill development of the stuffCapacity Building of the stuff and elected persons
31 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 3.1 Organization Development Plan Strengthening Ward Committees and CDSSkill development and awareness building of the stuff and elected persons.Visit to other ULBs for sharing ideas.Introduction of performance appraisal systemTOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs. 21, 52, 750.
32 3.2 Internal Processes and Systems Improvement Plan DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan3.2 Internal Processes and Systems Improvement PlanTransition to accrual accounting systemAsset and inventory managementGeneration of management systemImproving the quality of service to the citizen and infuse transparency.
33 Implementation of e – governance Setting up a monitoring cell IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 3.2 Internal Processes and Systems Improvement PlanImplementation of e – governanceSetting up a monitoring cellSetting up IT cellFollowing best practice in water supply and conservancy.TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.552, 92, 50.
34 DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan 3.3 Citizens Interface PlanImprove accountability in functioningGrievance redressParticipation of the citizen.
35 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 3.3 Citizens Interface Plan Sharing informationPeriodic review of citizens feedback on committed citizens charter.Setting up information cell.TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR DDP PERIOD FROM ALL SOURCES = Rs.27, 75, 000.
36 Enhancing property tax Improving collection efficiency DEVELOPMENT GOALS Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Plan3.4 Financial PlanEnhancing property taxImproving collection efficiencyEnhancing non tax revenueLevy of user chargesProper asset managementFinancial control and budgeting
37 IDENTIFIED PROJECTS 3.4 Financial Plan Various interventions for improvements inAssessment and taxWater chargesAdvertisement taxLicense feesExpenditure managementAll related expenses are included in the administrative cost.
38 FINANCIAL ALLOCATION Tied fund 3389.76 lakhs 130% of investible surplus lakhsTotal lakhsAllocation of investible surplusComponent 1 (75%) lakhsComponent 2 (20%) lakhsComponent 3 (5%) lakhsTotal lakhs
39 PUBLIC VALIDATION 400 participants at the meeting High degree of interactionWritten feedback on DDP documentComments received were largely incorporated either later or had already been includedThose comments not included were for reasons beyond the control of the municipality
40 CONCLUSIONImplementation of DDP will enable holistic development of MadhyagramTo undo the developmental oversights of the pastTo prepare Madyamgram to take its just place in the industrial development map of West Bengal