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1 Indira Awaas Yojana Performance Review Group 2 06 th June. 2014

2 Annual allocation and target Annual allocation – No. of rural houseless and dilapidated houses - Census % weightage – Poverty estimates % weightage – Category wise targets distributed in proportion to their respective populations ( as done in ) Earmarking of targets – – SC (35.3%), ST (24.7%) & Minorities (15%) reckoned at National level – Interchange of SC/ST targets is permitted – Diversion of targets from earmarked targets to general category is not permissible under guideline

3 Change in fund flow Ministry to release funds to Consolidated Fund of States Central share must be released to DRDAs/ZPs (dedicated IAY bank accounts) within 3 days of receipt State share should be released within 15 days of release of Central share States liable to pay per annum on central share for the period of delay

4 Release of funds District wise targets for  Processed for release – Assam, Haryana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh  Observations raised – Jharkhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Tamil Nadu  Awaited from – Gujarat, Kerala, Mizoram, Punjab Releases being made Committed liabilities - Second instalments, of districts that submitted complete proposals by 31 st March, 2014 Special project - Second instalments of proposals sanctioned in are being released (Details in State wise slides) Total Central release – Rs crore (as of )

5 Progress on Operationalising Guideline Provisions IEC Plan awaited from States Social Audit Calendar awaited from States Facilitation for design options for houses and toilets – Identification, certification and use of local, cost effective eco-friendly technologies – Use RHKN Portal Capacity Building Plan – State Govts to organise trainings for PRIs, Masons, beneficiaries, govt. functionaries involvved in implementation Translation of Guidelines into local official language Suggestions on revival of Building Centres

6 Convergence With NBA – Mandatory but not being implemented – Every sanction of IAY house should have a mandatory sanction of toilet. Reports to this effect are not forthcoming – Reports for On AwaasSoft – 0.17 lakh Online MPR – 2.18 lakh NBA MIS – 0.28 lakh With MGNREGA – Unskilled wage component in construction of IAY houses is now permitted (Notification dated ) – Amount and modalities – yet to be worked out With RGGVY, DRI, RSBY, AABY and reporting to be encouraged

7 Other programme issues Bank accounts – Use of a dedicated Savings bank account for receipt of IAY funds at district and block levels – Use of PL/Suspense/Treasury accounts not permitted – CPSMS registration of bank accounts – Compile list of bank accounts at districts and blocks – prerequisite for transfer of funds through AwaasSoft Minorities – ‘Jains’ included as sixth community in the list of Minorities – Community wise reporting of progress enabled in AwaasSoft Grievance Redressal – Time bound action on NLM reports and complaints (Updated list circulated) – Mechanism and personnel to be identified for the purpose – Monitoring through AwaasSoft

8 Monitoring and Reporting All proposals and sanctions should be issued from AwaasSoft. If post dated entries to be done within 15 days of actual work Module for booking administrative expenses operational and manual uploaded Monitoring State scheme through AwaasSoft – Guidelines of State scheme should be shared with NIC – State to take ownership of Data for State schemes Details of State MIS Nodal officers to be registered on AwaasSoft immediately Reporting of Convergence with NBA and MGNREGA is mandatory

9 Progress reported on AwaasSoft State Total Target Sanction Per cent sanctions 1st Inst released 1st Inspectn 2nd Inst released 2nd Inspectn 3rd Inst released Complet ed % achieve d to target ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KERALA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB23696Not reporting TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH

10 Reporting in – MIS vs MPR StateTarget No of houses SanctionedNo of houses CompletedUtilisation of funds (In lakh) MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KERALA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH Total

11 Progress reported on AwaasSoft State Total Target Sanction Per cent sanctions 1st Inst released 1st Inspectn 2nd Inst released 2nd Inspectn 3rd Inst released Comple ted % achieve d to target ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KERALA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB19531Not reporting TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH

12 Reporting in – MIS vs MPR StateTarget No of houses SanctionedNo of houses CompletedUtilisation of funds (In lakh) MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR MISMPR Per cent MIS to MPR ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KERALA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH Total

13 Role of State MIS Nodal Officers Role to be strengthened  Entries to be made immediately  Number and proportion of instalments and details in State login  District targets and funds released  Bank accounts of districts and blocks with full details  Privileges to be assigned to state MIS nodal officer  Editing bank account details  Editing financial transactions from lower levels  Synchronisation of data from NREGASoft  All mails related to technical issues to be routed through MIS nodal officer to

14 Checks in AwaasSoft Parameters that cannot be changed and should be strictly uniform in all districts during a financial year No. of installments Amount to be given in the installment Inspection levels Top up IAY amount over and above State share Sanction of houses should be done latest by 15 th July, 2014 Minimum of two inspections and uploading of photographs is mandatory Wherever materials are supplied – required customisation to be made to capture such transactions Deletion / alteration of sanction and beneficiary data will not be allowed once funds are released Edit options for financial transactions will not be available Opening Balance can be edited only twice in a financial year and only before audit reports are submitted Change in beneficiaries between schemes will not be possible once sanctions are issued

15 Special Projects Proposals to cover Manual Scavengers may be prepared on priority and submitted by 31 st July, 2014 for EC’s approval States to submit proposals for deserving categories after careful examination – Ascertain availability of eligible beneficiaries – Inter district transfer of targets will not be accommodated Special Projects to be audited separately for settlement of accounts and completion of houses to be ensured 2 nd instalment proposals for special projects sanctioned in due from last year may be consolidated at State level & submitted on priority Consolidated proposals for 2 nd instalment for projects sanctioned in may be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

16 Pendency of Complaints/NLM (Updated list circulated) State ComplaintsNLM Assam4310 Gujarat2001 Haryana02 Jharkhand3101 Jammu & Kashmir20 Kerala00 Madhya Pradesh2120 Punjab 01 Uttar Pradesh117 Tripura 10

17 Targets for received and processed for release Committed liabilities released to 4 dists Assam Rs. In lakh HailakandiRs Nagaon Kamrup rural Karbi anglong

18 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in previous years Completions reported in Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund UtilisationRs. In lakh SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Assam - Progress in MIS

19 Gujarat YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(Rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall :0 Physical progress Financial progress District wise targets is awaited

20 Haryana YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress District wise targets for received and processed for release

21 Targets for received Targets from earmarked categories cannot be transferred to general category Allocation to IAP districts has to be made with unit cost of Rs. 75,000 – overall financial allocation cannot be enhanced Committed liabilities released to 1dists Bokaro – Rs lakh Garwah, Pakur & Sahebkanj – submitted to IFD Special project sanctioned in – Homestead Incentive Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured Jharkhand

22 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in previous years Completions reported in Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(Rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Jharkhand - Progress in MIS

23 Targets for received Targets for ST cannot be transferred to general category Committed liabilities released to 6 dists Jammu & Kashmir Rs. In lakh Jammu Kupwara Kishtwar Kulgam Ramban Reasi

24 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund UtilisationRs. In lakh SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Jammu & Kashmir - Progress in MIS

25 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in previous years Completions reported in Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(Rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress District wise targets for is awaited Committed liabilities released to Kozhikode – Rs lakh Kerala

26 Targets for received Retaining funds and targets at the State level is not permissible Allocation to IAP districts has to be made with unit cost of Rs. 75,000 – overall financial allocation cannot be enhanced Committed liabilities released to 16 districts Madhya Pradesh Rs. In lakh Ratlam Bhopal Bhind Khandwa Sheopur Raisen Mandasaur Rewa Chindwara Sagar Hosangabad Tikamgarh Alirajpur Umaria Balaghat Gwalior

27 Madhya Pradesh - Special project Sanctioned in  Homestead Incentive houses  FRA beneficiaries – houses Sanctioned in  Silicosis affected – four districts – Rs cr Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured Consolidated 2 nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved

28 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(Rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Madhya Pradesh - Progress in MIS

29 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund UtilisationRs. In lakh SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Mizoram District wise targets for is awaited

30 Allocation for has been done objectively using a prescribed formula and data from Census 2011 Earmarking for categories has been reckoned at the National level Committed liabilities released to Ukhrul – Rs lakh Special project sanctioned in Insurgency affected – Churachandpur – Rs cr Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured 2 nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved Manipur

31 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT No progress reported YearTotal Available Fund UtilisationRs. In lakh SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released :0.00Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Manipur - Progress in MIS

32 District wise targets for is awaited Issues in reporting No reporting on MIS MPR – online and hard copies are not being received Progress of Special projects has not been reported Punjab

33 District wise targets received and processed for release Special project sanctioned in to all districts Surrendered militants - Rs cr FRA beneficiaries – Rs cr Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured Consolidated 2 nd inst. roposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved Tripura

34 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in previous years Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation(Rs in Lakh) SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Tripura - Progress in MIS

35 District wise targets received Targets from earmarked categories cannot be transferred to general category Committed liabilities released to two districts Ariyalur – Rs lakh Madurai – Rs lakh Special project sanctioned in Cyclone affected – Cuddalore & Villupuram – Rs cr Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured Consolidated 2 nd inst. Proposals have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved Tamil Nadu

36 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund UtilisationRs. In lakh SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Tamil Nadu - Progress in MIS

37 District wise targets received and processed for release Committed liabilities released to three districts Azamgarh – Rs lakh Mahoba – Rs lakh Faizabad – Rs lakh Special project sanctioned in Sahariya tribes – Lalitpur – Rs cr Reporting for this project on AwaasSoft needs to be ensured 2 nd inst. proposal have to be submitted once 60% utilisation is achieved Uttar Pradesh

38 YearTargetNo of houses sanctionedNo of houses completed SCSTMINOTHTOTSCSTMINOTHTOT Completions from houses sanctioned in Completions reported in YearTotal Available Fund Utilisation SCSTMINOTHTOT% State share due : State share released : Shortfall : Physical progress Financial progress Uttar Pradesh - Progress in MIS

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