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1 DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN to RISHRA MUNICIPALITY HOOGHLY For Presentation to KMPC April,2007

2 Structure of Presentation Background Rishra Municipality : Overview Key Issues Problems of Citizens Vision Process Component : 1 Issues & Proposals Component : 2 Issues & Proposals Component : 3 Issues & Proposals Financial Plan

3 Background 74 th Ammendnent of The Constitutions of India West Bengal Municipal Act, 1993 Inspiration from Perspective Plan “Vision 2025” of GoWB Consistent political ledership for almost 3 decades in Municipal Governance Heart - felt need to change for accommodating new ideas to improve services to citizens Boost for DDP with assistance from DFID & support of CMU Launch Workshop for DDP with an approach of decentralized & participatory planning

4 Rishra Municipality – An Overview A leading Industrial town in Hooghly District beside river Ganges with multilingual, multireligious and multicultural population bisected by Howrah-Burdwan Eastern Railway Main line Year of establishment :1944 Area : 6.48 sq.km. No. of Wards : 23 Population : as per census 2001 Literacy Rate : 95% No. of Slums : 31 with population of 37,902 Industrial units : 34 nos. Closed Industrial units : 17 nos.

5 Rishra Municipality – An Overview Quantity of water supply : 16 mld. with coverage of 75% Road : 82 km. Sewerage : 2 km. Drain : 81 km. Healthy sanitation coverage : 97.8% of population Solid waste generation : 55 mt. / day Health establishments : 9 nos. Primary schools : 47 nos. Bathing ghat : 7 nos. Burning ghat & Burial ground : 5 nos.

6 Key Issues Gap in quantity of water supply Deficient drainage system specially on the western part Extension of road at few places with East - West linkage under Railway Track Regular removal of seggregated solid waste Complete healthy sanitation system Air, Water, Noise, Soil pollution Non acheivement of targets of Poverty Alleviation Programs Stagnancy in local economic development for more employment generation Primary health & education improvement Organisation development of ULB & its apex bodies Improved technology to satisfy citizens with regard to basic services

7 Problems of Citizens Scarcity of water at selective places Water logging in western part of town Congestion of traffic at railway gates Lesser frequency of collection of Solid wastes per week Less vacant spaces for social activities Poverty among slum - dwellers Unhygenic conditions of slums Lengthy official procedures in municipality Communication gap between municipality & citizens Improvement of health and primary education infrastructures

8 Municipal Vision “We want a harmonious, inhabitable, socio - economically developed, illiteracy-free, pollution free, clean and green, hygienic and health- hazard resistant industrial town.”

9 Process DDP sensitization at municipal & ward levels Constitution of DPG & DTGs Identification of issues, problems & priorities Base line & Socio Economic survey, Organisational study by external agency Technical analysis Consultation with stakeholders like Ward Committees, Traders, Industries, Slum dewelers, CDS, NHC, NHG, SHG, Staff, Health Workers, Parents & Teachers Identification of Project Proposals DDP framing Financial Plan formulation

10 Component I : Slum Infrastructure Improvement “We want a better planned and healthy looking slum owning all sorts of civic and infrastructural amenities.” Slums are prioritised as per QSS Rating Projects for Improvement in operation to deliver basic services in 24 slums which were not upgraded in last 3 years with an estimated cost of Rs crores with probable source of fund from BSUP Projects for Capital investment for better delivery of basic services in 24 slums which were not upgraded in last 3 years with an estimated cost of Rs. 4.4 crores with probable source of fund from BSUP / KUSP Project for Shelter upgradation of 31 slums with atleast 25% free space costing Rs. 98 crores with probable source of fund from BSUP

11 Component I : Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement “Our goal is to reach a maximum height / level of civic life arresting intra – municipal infrastructural deficiencies.” Bus terminus at a cost of Rs. 20 lacs from MP / MLA fund Construction of market complex at a cost of Rs.1.50 crores from PPP Construction of underpass at a cost of Rs. 3 crores from Railway / GoWB Addition & alteration of Municipal properties at a cost of Rs 54 lacs from MF / GoWB Mini water treatment plant at a cost of Rs. 2 crores from KMWSA Development of commercial complex at a cost of Rs. 1.5 crores from PPP

12 Component I : Intra Municipal Infrastructure Improvement Development of health sub – centres at a cost of Rs. 40 lacs from MF Construction of ward offices at a cost of Rs. 72 lacs from KUSP Improvement of primary schools at a cost of Rs. 34 lacs from GoWB 13 Project proposals on roads, drains, water supply, street light at a cost of Rs lacs from SFC 6 Community halls at a cost of Rs. 54 lacs from MF / GoWB 8 Project proposals on roads, drains, water supply, at a cost of Rs lacs from KUSP 7 Project proposals on roads, drains, water supply, street light at a cost of Rs crores from JNNURM A Project proposal on SWM at a cost of Rs. 51 lacs from 12 th FC

13 Component I : Trans - Municipal Infrastructure Linkage “Our vision is to ensure easy accessibility between the neighboring municipalities through a well – knit communication circuit with national highway.” Arterial road parallel to Railway track from Sreerampore to Bally with an estimated cost of Rs.1.4 crores from GoWB Improvement & extension of water transport with an estimated cost of Rs.15 lacs from GoWB Municipal westarn nikashi to Charal Khal with an estimated cost of Rs.7.5 crores from DPC, Hooghly Road widening of Railway gate - 4 & construction of pedestrian path with an estimated cost of Rs.30 lacs from Railways/GoWB

14 Component I : Land Use Development “To ensure an optimum utilization of the existing land of the townwith an eye on overall development of the town for taking care of the coming generation.” Utilisation of unused vacant, abandoned lands of closed and sick industries for new industries / services where municipality to act as a promoter and motivator Amusement park with an estimated cost of Rs.30 lacs from MF / PPP Development of sports complex (Gosto Pal Maidan) with an estimated cost of Rs.30 lacs from MF / PPP Construction of parks & play grounds, swimming pools at ward - 4, 7, 8, 9, 11-14, with an estimated cost of Rs.43 lacs from MF / PPP

15 Component I : Environment Management “We want to adopt scientifically managed devices to increase the span of lives of the people through various environment improving plans / projects including a premium on disaster management.” Environmental quality monitoring & surveillance with an estimated cost of Rs.9.75 lacs from JNNURM Disaster preparedness with an estimated cost of Rs.2 lacs from BSUP Unaccounted For Water projects with an estimated cost of Rs.30 lacs from BSUP Slaughter house with an estimated cost of Rs.30 lacs from 12thFC / BSUP Burial ground with an estimated cost of Rs.44 lacs from SFC Greeneries projects with an estimated cost of Rs.3 lacs from MF

16 Component I : Environment Management Rain water harvesting & conservation with an estimated cost of Rs.40 lacs from DPC Environmental quality monitoring laboratory with an estimated cost of Rs.70 lacs from GoI River front development projects with an estimated cost of Rs.3.03 crores from MF / GAP / KMDA Installation of iron elimination plant with an estimated cost of Rs.20.5 lacs from GoWB Cattle shed removal with an estimated cost of Rs.4 lacs from 12thFC Community awareness programme with an estimated cost of Rs.6 lacs from MF

17 Component II : Livelihood & Poverty Alleviation “We want to create an economic development friendly environment clearly addressed to the depressed and the poor.” Upgradation of existing UPA cell with training support & Improvement in functioning of CDS with an estimated cost of Rs.56.5 lacs from MF / KUSP Performance indicators to monitor UPA cell with an estimated cost of Rs.0.6 lacs from MF / KUSP Creation of computerised system with an estimated cost of Rs.3 lacs from MF / KUSP Vocational training for various trades with an estimated cost of Rs.12.5 lacs from MFKUSP Formation & facilitation of various DWUCUA with an estimated cost of Rs.2.5 lacs from MF / KUSP Fixing yearly target with an estimated cost of Rs.0.5 lacs from MF

18 Component II : Local Economic Development “Our goal is to extend the benefit of poverty alleviation program to the poorest of the poor by way of various schemes under the plan.” Creation of Regulationary Board to simplify license & other procedures with an estimated cost of Rs.3 lacs from MF / KUSP Modern technology training with an estimated cost of Rs.5 lacs from MF / KUSP Creation of cell to assess financial viability with an estimated cost of Rs.6 lacs from MF / KUSP Non - organised sector staff Welfare Schemes with an estimated cost of Rs.2.5 lacs from MF / KUSP Economic activity improvement plan with an estimated cost of Rs.54 lacs from MF

19 Component II : Health Care Service Delivery Improvement “We want that the slogan ‘Health for All’ can be reached to the people through primary and preventive health – care devices.” Family planning projects with an estimated cost of Rs.2.5 lacs from KUSP Trainning of health service providers with an estimated cost of Rs.1 lacs from KUSP Health management information system and Creation of data bank with an estimated cost of Rs.2 lacs from KUSP Medicines & equipments to health centres with an estimated cost of Rs.1 lacs from KUSP Ward level sensitisation & awareness & Prevention of vector borne disease with an estimated cost of Rs.3.98 lacs from KUSP Care & support with awareness & prevention to TB, Leprosy patients with an estimated cost of Rs.2.5 lacs from KUSP

20 Component II : Primary Education Improvement “Our vision is to reach 100% literacy for the town through formal and informal education.” Setting of shed for Mid-day meal with an estimated cost of Rs.2 lacs from GoI Human Resource development with an estimated cost of Rs.1.38 lacs from GoWB Recruitment of female teaching staffs & non teaching staffs with an estimated cost of Rs.10.2 lacs from GoWB Establishment of Primary Urdu school with an estimated cost of Rs.10 lacs from GoWB Non-formal education centre with an estimated cost of Rs.6.65 lacs from SSA Adult education centre with an estimated cost of Rs.6.65 lacs from MF

21 Component III : Organization Development “We want a well knit, properly trained and equipped staff to serve the people in different spheres of their civic life.” Refurbishment of departments with an estimated cost of Rs.5 lacs from MF Job allocation of staff with an estimated cost of Rs.5 lacs from KUSP Regularisation of casual employees with an estimated cost of Rs.35 lacs from MF / GoWB Filling up vaccant posts & Creation of new posts with an estimated cost of Rs.80 lacs from MF / GoWB Strengthening statutory committees with an estimated cost of Rs.0.5 lacs from KUSP Health check up of employees with an estimated cost of Rs.1.5 lacs from MF Training of employees with an estimated cost of Rs.10 lacs from KUSP

22 Component III : Organization Development These proposals require no cost but are essential for better organisation Regularisation of Pay and others to staff from Bank Generation of ownership Increase of Inclusiveness in governance Increase of Accountability in governance Strengthening service delivery mechanism

23 Component III :Internal Process & System Improvement “We want to give the people better and prompt services through modern and scientific computerized system.” Improvement in operation of UPA cell with an estimated cost of Rs.1 lac from KUSP Improvement in operation of Accounts & Cash, Property Tax & Assessment, Birth & Death Regd, Building Plan, Health & ESOPD, Misc. collection, Personnel, Matri Sadan, Procurement with an estimated cost of Rs.8.75 lacs from 12thFC Introduction of costing of services with an estimated cost of Rs.0.25 lacs from 12 th FC Improvement in operation of Inventory system with an estimated cost of Rs.0.5 lacs from MF Improvement in operation of General Administration, Planning cell,Water Works and Public works department with an estimated cost of Rs.14.5 lacs from 12 th FC

24 Component III : Citizens’ Interface “We want to achieve the total satisfaction of the citizens about the service delivery system through interaction up to the grass root level.” Web based Citizen Charter with an estimated cost of Rs.2 lacs from MF / KUSP Centralised grievance addresal with an estimated cost of Rs.2 lacs from MF / KUSP

25 Component III : Financial Plan “We want financially sound Municipality to meet demands of its co - operative citizens and develop the civic life to the maximum possible extent.” To identify the areas of shortcomings and adopt appropriate and effective measures that would lead to better financial control and better management. To enhance initiatives on Revenue generation so that the financial dependency on the State and Central Grants get reduced. To adopt effective techniques towards allocation of available resources for Capital Expenditure. Effective measures to avoid wasteful expenditure in different operational areas so that the wasteful expenditure get curbed down. To monitor and systematic control over the past trends of receipts and expenditure and other form of finances.

26 Component III : Financial Plan Initiatives on Asset Management - Listing, effective use of listed assests Initiatives on Collection management / Receivable Management - Appropriate system, regular monitoring and follow - up Initiative on Fund Management - Potential source of accumulating capitals either from own source or from external source

27 Component III : Financial Plan Receipts & Payments of last 5 years ( Rs. In lacs ) Year Revenue Receipts Revenue Expenditure Investible Surplus Capital Receipts Capital Expenditure

28 Component III : Financial Plan Receipts & Payments of next 5 years ( Rs. In lacs ) Year Revenue Receipts Revenue Expenditure Investible Surplus Capital Receipts Capital Expenditure ,

29 Component III : Financial Plan Capital Receipts for Project Proposals RECEIPTSTOTAL (Rs. In lacs ) TIED FUND ( KUSP, SFC, JNNURM, BSUP, DPC, GAP, GoI, KMDA, Railways, KMWSA, GoWB, SSA, 12 th FC UNTIED FUND (MF, PPP) Total

30 Component III : Financial Plan Distribution of Untied Funds YearC 1C 2C 3TotalInvestible Surplus – – – – Total % comp. wise

31 Component III : Financial Plan MONITORING PROJECTS Set proper objectives Define indicators of success Identify key activity clusters (project components) Define critical assumptions on which the project is based Identify means of verifying project accomplishments Define resources required for implementation.

32 Component III : Financial Plan INPUT INDICATORS. Input indicators measure the quantity (and sometimes the quality) ofresources provided for project activities. Depending on the project, these can include: FundingGrants from State & Central Governments,Bank Loans,Public –Private Participation etc. Human resources Number of person-years for members of the implementation unit, consultants, and technical advisers. TrainingProper imparting training to different members in project Unit.

33 Component III : Financial Plan OUTPUT INDICATORS. Output indicators measure the quantity (and sometimes the quality) of the goods or services created or provided through the use of inputs. These include Clients vaccinated (by a health project) Control of pollution (an Environmental project) Miles of roads built, development of drains etc (a Infrastructure project) etc.

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