Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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. 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. Guidelines - Cement Concrete Road
Selection of villages: B.D.O. is authorized to select the villages to be taken up: i.The villages/habitations inhabited by PVTGs with no coverage of C. C. Road - 1 st preference. ii.PVTG villages partially covered with C. C. Roads – 2 nd priority. iii.Villages inhabited by STs in majority with no coverage of C.C. Road. iv.ST villages partially covered with C. C. Roads. v.Villages of SC community with no coverage of C.C. Road. vi.SC villages partially covered with C. C. Roads. vii.Bigger habitation having no coverage of C.C. road – Next Priority viii.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. ix.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.
Preparation of Annual Action Plan: a)BDO shall draw up a perspective plan by listing all the habitations/villages GPwise for his block in the order of priority described above. b)The annual action plan should be drawn up out of the perspective plan so prepared keeping in view the availability of resources. Only after coverage of all the habitations/villages mentioned in the category (i) above, category (ii) cases will be included in the plan. Same logic shall apply for category (iii) and subsequently, category (iv) and other villages. c)List of projects finalized by the B.D.O. shall be submitted to the Collector for his approval. d) Collector will draw up a holistic plan Block wise / G.P.wise taking into consideration the likely flow of fund under various schemes and possibility of convergence.
Preparation of Annual Action Plan (contd…): e)Balance portion of the village can be taken up so as to achieve the target of 500 metre. f)Complete transparency in the choice of project and location. Block Plan be made available in the website. g)The Revenue village-wise fund entitlement based on population. PopulationFund entitlement of the village 0 to 5003.00 Lakh 501 to 10005.00 Lakh Above 10007.00 Lakh
Preparation of Annual Action Plan (contd…): h)Every year, the Action Plan consisting the list of villages to be taken up, population of the village with specific reference to PVTG, ST/SC and the project cost for each project shall be prepared by B.D.O. following the procedure prescribed above and submitted to Collector by 31 st January to be considered for the next financial year. Collector shall ensure approval of the action plan based on the principles enunciated in para-5 above and communicate the same to the respective block development officer latest by 28 th /29 th February. i)As soon as the first instalment of the allocation is received by the blocks, they should issue work orders to the already identified VLLs/ Gram Sanjojaks as per the approved action plan for the year.
Implementing Agency: Panchayat Samiti. Execution of Work: a.Executed either by Gram Sanjojak or through VLL selected by Palli Sabha. b.Overall responsibility for implementation of the Scheme shall lie with Collector & Project Director of the district. c.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.
Progress under CC Road upto March, 2011 FINANCIAL ACHIEVEMENT State Release- ` 75.00 Cr Total Funds Availabale- ` 75.00 Cr. Funds utilised - ` 39.05 Cr Percentage of utilisation -52% PHYSICAL ACHIEVEMENT No. of works Taken up-3016 No. of works Completed -1166 Percentage of achievement -39% Length of CC Road constructed-244.42 Km.
Percentage of utilisation of TFA under CC Road during 2010-11 %
Percentage of Physical Achievements under CC Road during 2010-11 %
Financial & Physical Achievements under CC Road during 2010-11 Sl. No. District Financial (` in Lakh)Physical (Projects in Nos.) Total Funds AvailableExpenditure%Taken upCompleted%Length (In Kms.) 1Angul191.08130.86686438595.50 2Balangir334.40301.93901551328519.77 3Balasore286.62151.195310253522.52 4Bargarh286.62194.5868116655610.26 5Bhadrak167.2090.1054120524316.30 6Boudh71.6648.00673617471.80 7Cuttack334.39237.84711831377514.20 8Deogarh71.6655.60782418752.70 9Dhenkanal191.08115.70618032405.78 10Gajapati167.2080.434877684.02 11Ganjam525.48275.0452171432533.00 12Jagatsinghpur191.08173.86915246889.47 13Jajpur238.85172.467283323914.52 14Jharsuguda119.4366.87563115483.08 15Kalahandi310.51191.226213175579.76 16Kandhamal286.6217.00623 01.40 17Kendrapara214.9756.1226306205.96 18Keonjhar310.51201.64658933377.93 19Khurda238.859.004150 0 20Koraput334.3932.001010214 3.32 21Malkangiri167.2074.83453300 22Mayurbhanj621.02289.2947151755014.46 23Nawarangpur238.85160.3667140775511.22 24Nuapada119.43100.80843732866.44 25Nayagarh191.0884.09447713174.78 26Puri262.7451.03194811841.45 27Rayagada262.7465.99256017283.48 28Sambalpur214.97173.638170456416.05 29Subarnapur143.3171.80504416360.55 30Sundergarh406.05231.2557104595714.70 TOTAL7499.993904.51523016116639244.42
Financial & Physical achievements made (Cumulative up to end of April 2011) Sl. No. District Financial (` in Lakh)Physical Receipt During the Year Exp. upto end of the month BalanceUC submitted No. of quarters for which funds released No. of quarters taken up No. of quarters completed No. of quarters in progress Quarter handed over to the H & FW Deptt. 1234567891011 1Angul77.70 0.0019.9216 0 2Bargarh110.7081.8028.900.0020 5153 3Bhadrak95.2590.255.008.7317 6110 4Deogarh47.1045.002.100.0099814 5Dhenkanal99.9048.7851.1224.4518 0 0 6Gajapati248.96219.3929.57104.1352 43920 7Jagatsinghpur78.7572.756.0015.5815 1415 8Jajpur30.90 0.00 66600 9Kandhamal716.33378.35337.9811.49150132141189 10Keonjhar579.96519.6560.31433.23114 843068 11Malkangiri116.85116.550.300.0023 1940 12Mayurbhanj955.33943.7811.55409.07197 17423131 13Nayagarh26.25 0.0026.2555505 14Sambalpur373.76364.149.62176.0377 69867 15Sundergarh802.33712.5389.80674.701741611441773 Total4360.073727.82632.251903.58893862607255401