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EARTHQUAKE OF 2011- PROGRESS OF RECOVERY PROGRAMME GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM.

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1 EARTHQUAKE OF PROGRESS OF RECOVERY PROGRAMME GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM

2 Earthquake of 2011 ParameterValue Magnitude6.8 Date-Time18:10 IST, 18 th Sept, 2011, Sunday Location27.72°N, 88.06°E Depth19.7 km (shallow depth) Duration30-40 seconds Extent In India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and China In India, in Sikkim and northeast, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, UP, Rajasthan, Chandigarh and Delhi Source: USGS / IMD

3 Assessment of Loss and Damage 63 human lives lost Many people lost their limbs and eyes, 597 people were injured and hospitalized with grievous injuries Human life Total schools damaged : 759 nos. Hospitals / PHCs damaged: 377 nos. ICDS (Anganwadi) damaged : 875 nos. Other Government Buildings damaged: 1255 nos. Social infrastructure Total Roads damaged : 3230 kms Village footpaths (cement concrete) damaged : 1596 nos. Bridges / Culverts damaged : 8135 nos. Transportation infrastructure Power infrastructure : Major damage to generation plants, electrical grid, substations, transformers and local distribution network Energy infrastructure

4 Assessment of Loss and Damage Water supply schemes damaged: 1529 nos. Minor Irrigation works damaged: 204 nos. Flood Control Management works damaged: 533 nos. Water management infrastructure Gram Panchayat offices damaged: 60 nos. Community toilets damaged: 155 nos. Village level cooperatives (MPCS) damaged: 49 nos. Rural Product Marketing Centers (RPMC) damaged: 8 nos. Community infrastructure Cattle lost: 525 nos. Sheep, Goats, Pigs lost: 808 nos. Agriculture crops damaged: 7500 hectares Economic infrastructure Damage to 259 nos of religious institutions, monuments and various heritage monasteries, temples and churches. Along with this valuable artifacts have also been destroyed along with historic manuscripts Cultural heritage institutions :

5 Prime Minister’s Special Package (Rs in Crores): Progress upto 26 TH March 13 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 1. Re-construction of State Civil Secretariat (Tashiling) % All Works are in progress 2. Reconstruction of Rural Houses % All Works are in progress 3. Renovation and Re-building of State Roads & Bridges and Rural Roads % All Works are in progress 4. Retrofitting of State Government Buildings % All Works are in progress 5 Retrofitting of State Buildings - Schools % All Works are in progress 6 Retrofitting of State Buildings - State Power Projects % All Works are in progress 7 Retrofitting of State Buildings - PHC’s % All Works are in progress 8 Retrofitting of State Buildings - ICDS % All Works are in progress 9Sewerage Schemes % All Works are completed Total

6 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/14 Physical Progress Remarks 1.Re-construction of State Civil Secretariat (Tashiling) % All Works are in progress RECONSTRUCTION OF STATE CIVIL SECRETARIAT Before

7 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 2.Reconstruction of Rural Houses % All Works are in progress Before

8 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 3. Renovation and Re- building of State Roads & Bridges and Rural Roads % All Works are in progress ROADSBRIDGES Sl. No. Details of Road Total length (km) Length proposed to be restored (km) Physical progress (km) Total no. of bridge No. of bridges completed No. of bridges under progress 1State Highway Major District Roads Other District Roads Total

9 RONGLI RORATHANG ROAD BeforeAfter DUGA PACHEYKHANI ROAD During After

10 BRIDGE OVER ROTHAK KHOLA ALONG NAYA BAZAR RESHI ROAD Before After JALI KHOLA BRIDGE

11 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 4.Retrofitting of State Government Buildings % All Works are in progress RECONSTRUCTION OF GREEN HOUSE RM&DD CIRCLE OFFICE & GUEST HOUSE AT JORETHANG, SOUTH SIKKIM Before After

12 BAHAI SCHOOL ROAD BeforeAfter RATEYCHU WATER SUPPLY Construction of Sausage Wall Protection Work at Charcharey / Seti Bhir

13 RECONSTRUCTION OF BOUNDARY WALL FOR GOVT FRUIT PRESERVATION FACTORY RETROFITTING OF STATE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Before After

14 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 5Retrofitting of State Buildings - Schools % All Works are in progress TASHIDING SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL Before After Before PACHEYKHANI SECONDARY SCHOOL After

15 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 6Retrofitting of State Buildings – State Power Projects % All Works are in progress RABBHOM CHU WATER HEP Before After Before After

16 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 7Retrofitting of State Buildings - PHCs % All Works are in progress Before SINGTAM After TUMIN

17 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 8Retrofitting of State Buildings - ICDS % All Works are in progress CHUNBHATTINIMACHEN PHADAMCHENPASTING

18 Sl. No. Name of the Project No of Projects Total Project Cost Total Receipt up to 31/03/2014 Expenditure up to 31/03/2014 Physical Progress Remarks 9Sewerage Schemes % All Works are completed Before OFFICE-CUM-LABORATORY, ADAMPOOL After Before RESTORATION OF DAMAGED PROTECTIVE WALL ALONG APPROACH ROAD TO STP After

19 Prime Minister’s Special Package  Till 31 st March 2014, the State Government has received Rs Crores  Total expenditure made till 31 st March 2014 is Rs Crores, all works are in progress and RA bills, bills for the works completed are in process

20 Prime Minister’s Special Package Monitoring and Evaluation  Every Department has its own multidisciplinary Internal Monitoring Committee to supervise work and submit reports before release of payments.  The Land Revenue & Disaster Management Department officials also inspects the works.  Chief Secretary along with the Senior Officials and Technical Team has been regularly monitoring and inspecting important areas for recovery and rebuilding.

21 THANK YOU! Towards a Safe and Disaster Resilient Sikkim


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