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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) including Bharat Nirman (Rural Connectivity) A Presentation before Hon’ble Minister, Rural Development 13 th July 2011
2 Total length of road network in India : 32 Lakh km National Highways (NH) : 65,600 Km (2.05%) State Highways & Major District Roads (SH & MDRs) : 4,32,000 Km (13.5%) Rural Roads : 27 Lakh Km (84.4%) 80 % of Rural Roads unsurfaced 3.42 lakh habitations (39%) out of 8.88 lakh rural habitations lacked all-weather connectivity in the year 2000. Status of Road Network in India
4 PMGSY Programme Objective Providing all weather connectivity to all habitations having population of 500 or more in plain areas and all habitations having population of 250 or more in Hill States, Tribal (Schedule-V), Desert (as identified in DDP) areas and the 60 LWE affected/ IAP districts. To upgrade some eligible existing through routes and major rural link routes to ensure full farm to market connectivity.
Bharat Nirman (RC) and PMGSY Bharat Nirman – Habitations with population of 1,000 or more [500 or more in special areas] PMGSY – Habitations with population of 500 or more [250 or more in special areas]
9 Bharat Nirman Rural roads – a major component of Bharat Nirman for augmenting rural infrastructure launched in Feb 2005. Aims to provide connectivity to habitations of population of 1000+. Eligibility for Hill States, Tribal (Schedule-V) areas being above 500. To cover 54,648 unconnected habitations involving 1.46 lakhs km of new roads. To upgrade/renew 1.94 lakhs km of Through Routes to ensure farm to market connectivity. Estimated investment Rs. 48,000 Cr (2003-04 prices) Original time frame - March 2009 Revised time frame - March 2012
Progress under Bharat Nirman (Rural Roads Component) Length in km
11 PMGSY (including BN) – Current Implementation Status Total EligibleProjects Cleared (Sanctioned) Completed upto May’11 Balance Habitations (in Nos.) Net 1,36,451 (Original – 1,68,268 minus the connected under other Schemes or non-feasible) 1,09,010 (80%) 78,951 (59%) New Connectivity (km.) 3,65,0942,56,425 (70%) 1,94,454 (53%) Upgradation (km.) 3,74,844 2,24,900 (UG per se by GOI) 1,49,944 Renewal 1,64,096 (73%) 1,31,234 (58%) B. Financial ( in Rs. Crore) Value of projects cleared Funds Released Upto May’2011 ExpenditureAddl. Funds reqd. (to complete ongoing projects in this Plan) 1,18,95087,80782,69131,143 (+NABARD debt service liability) A. Physical
Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (Length Targets and Achievements) Sl. No.Name the State New ConnectivityUpgradation Target (Total Length to be covered under PMGSY Achievement (upto March 11) Target (Upgradation under PMGSY (60% of Upgradation Length) Achievement (Upto March 11) 1 Andhra Pradesh 3326 3373.95 10321 15801.62 2 Arunachal Pradesh 6095 2924.27 2512 1.67 3 Assam 14571 10091.06 7828 16.20 4 Bihar 33544 7957.99 11149 4278.36 5 Chhattisgarh 37556 15895.04 10135 2513.48 6 Goa 40 1.87 114 156.83 7 Gujarat 7453 3938.42 5449 3217.98 8 Haryana 26 2.00 4515 4294.08 9 Himachal Pradesh 12832 7141.30 5659 2123.07 10 Jammu & Kashmir 8412 1744.24 3522 139.91 11 Jharkhand 21445 5589.70 7457 572.55 12 Karnataka 500 500.78 10153 13181.37 13 Kerala 439 592.98 2631 680.82 14 Madhya Pradesh 60264 33845.59 22342 12672.60 Length in km
Sl.No.Name the State New ConnectivityUpgradation Target (Total Length to be covered under PMGSY Achievement (upto March 11) Target (Upgradation under PMGSY (60% of Upgradation Length) Achievement (Upto March 11) 15Maharashtra 46543055.831183415699.60 16Manipur 21312116.001428472.94 17Meghalaya 2662949.76220815.00 18Mizoram 20211898.6888673.50 19Nagaland 17891782.271023857.71 20Orissa 2937415173.07169964740.52 21Punjab 979820.1360883542.47 22Rajasthan 3647233516.981567014649.60 23Sikkim 1107955.115081371.37 24Tamil Nadu 49783348.55133215747.11 25Tripura 29801728.741406256.76 26Uttar Pradesh 3860018904.883424420409.38 27Uttaranchal 104293108.00 4134 304.01 28West Bengal 2299510007.0611375683.69 Total367673 190964.24 224906 128474.20
14 Progress under Bharat Nirman (Rural Roads Component) Activity Target (2005-12) Projects sanctionedAchievement up to May’11 (against target) Habitations (in nos.) 54,64853,57040,364 (74%) New Connectivity (length in km.) 1,46,1851,41,8641,28,446 (88%) Upgradation Renewal (in km) 1,16,478 77,653 (1,94,131) 1,18,40997,637 1,26,170 (as reported by States) (2,23,807) Work in Progress (against sanction) Habitations - 13,206 (25%) New connectivity - 13,418 km (9%) Up-gradation Length - 20,772 km (18%) ( 1000+ in plain areas, 500+ in Eligible Hill & Tribal Areas)
Institutional Architecture Ministry of Rural Development Nodal Deptt. State Govt. NRRDA (Management Support) SRRDA including PRIs (Programme Implementation) STA/PTA (Project Appraisal Support) NQMs (Independent Quality Monitor) PIU NRRDA: National Rural Roads Development Agency, SRRDA: State Rural Road Development Agency, STA: State Technical Agency, PTA: Principal Technical Agency, NQM: National Quality Monitor, PIU: Programme Implementation Unit SQMs (Independent Quality Monitor) 15
16 Accrual from Diesel Cess – Rs. 5,550 crore (2011-12) Accrual from Diesel Cess largely committed for loan repayment during 2011-12. Externally Aided Projects- World Bank Project ($1.5 billion) was launched on 19 th May 2011. Possibility of launching of one more ADB Project ($ 0.8 to $1.2 billion). Limited Scope for further leveraging Diesel Cess to raise additional NABARD loans Key Issue: Financing of PMGSY. DEA should put ADB RRS-III P in “firm” category for 2011. Sources of Funding PMGSY
S. No. Item Amount (in Rs. Crore) at 2010-11 prices 1Funds required for balance works yet to be sanctioned(new connectivity + upgradation)80,000 2 Committed liability for completion of works already sanctioned34,218 3Impact of left out habitations(approx.)8,000 4 NABARD loan - Principal 17,600 5 NABARD Loan - Interest 6,060 6 New habitations of 250+ LWE affected/IAP districts (approx.) 18,000 7Missing Bridges (approx.)8,000 8Impact of increase in length in length of bridges to 75 m in IAP distts (approx.)2,400 9Impact due to snow fall/land slides (approx.)5,000 10Administrative Exp. Including for States, Quality monitoring etc.1,000 Funds available during 2011-1220,000 Requirement of funds to achieve PMGSY Targets
Need to Deepen Convergence With MGNREGA At present under MGNREGA the following works can be covered: –Roads to connect habitations ineligible under PMGSY –Second or multi-connectivity to habitations –habitation - internal roads- other than PMGSY –Plantation along PMGSY roads.
Status of Core Network of Bihar 1.Inconsistencies noticed in the tentative Core Network sent by the Govt. of Bihar. 2.The State requested for permission for ground verification to finalize and freeze the Core Network Data. 3.Sanction of Projects were made based on the tentative Core Network and certification of eligibility by the State/ Nominated Executing Agencies(NEAs). 4.The habitation details of the Core Network have been analyzed in the presence of officers of RWD from all the districts and shortcomings found. 5.Verification of habitations of the roads sanctioned to the NEAs (CPWD, IRCON, NBCC, NPCC and NHPC), involved on request of the State for implementation, is under process. 6.Meeting at the level of SRD scheduled for 21 st July 2011.
20 Quality Assurance –Mechanism A Three Tier Quality Assurance Mechanism institutionalized. First Tier is in-house quality control, Second (SQMs) and Third Tiers (NQMs) are independent monitoring. Sustainable Quality achieved through effective interventions. – Quality Control at PIU linked to payment to contractors and stage passing concept introduced. – Independent monitoring at State level through structured inspections. Outsourcing permitted. – Independent monitoring of quality at National level further refined through close monitoring of action taken and evaluation of performance of NQMs. – The Cost of works having non-rectifiable defects to be treated as infructuous.
Sl. No. ItemAwarded Grade (S/U/SRI) 1Quality Control Arrangements (Lab) 2Attention to Quality (maintenance of Records) 3Geometrics 4Earthwork and Sub-grade in Embankment/Cutting 5Granular Sub-base 6Base Course Non-Bituminous and Shoulders 7Bituminous Surfacing 8Shoulders 9CD Works 10Side Drains and Catch Water Drains 11CC/Semi-Rigid Pavement and Associated Pucca Drains 12Road Furniture and Markings. Overall Grading Inspection formats for NQMs
22 NQM Grading of Unsatisfactory Works - Trends January 07 to May’11
Abstract of works for which expenditure treated as infructuous and deducted from the Programme funds of the respective States #StatesNo. of RoadsLength (Km) Cost (Lakhs) 1Chhattisgarh 615.5394.55 2Karnataka 25.43170.04 3Maharashtra 18230.94 4West Bengal 313.38451.98 5Andhra Pradesh 11.2883.74 6Assam 36.67519.26 7Gujrat 45.81126.90 8Jharkhand 14.47112.63 9Rajasthan 531.51400.23 Total2692.052490.27 Cost of works having non-rectifiable defects
Special Dispensation Accorded to LWE Affected Areas/IAP Districts Included in the following four categories of proposals being considered for clearance under PMGSY (As per Advisory issued on 12 th June 2009) –Residual new connectivity coverage envisaged under Phase – I of Bharat Nirman. –Projects to be taken up with the assistance of WB/ADB – New habitation connectivity in identified LWE affected (now enlarged to 60 LWE affected/IAP) districts –Special road connectivity packages announced for the border areas
Special Dispensation Accorded to LWE Affected Areas/IAP Districts Keeping in view of demands for concerned States, about a year back for upto 50 m length entire funds were being released from the Ministry (against 25 m length earlier). The limit has been increased to 75 meters. It is not that bridges longer than 75 m are not covered, but cost on pro-rata basis is to be borne by the States. Causeways of all lengths are funded by GOI. Qualification criteria relaxed for Contractors. The minimum tender package has been reduced to Rs. 50 lakh. A sum of Rs. 2,000 crore was released to LWE/IAP Districts.
Recommendations on various issues related to the North East States S. N ItemRecommendations Submitted 1 Coverage of remaining Bharat Nirman Works All remaining eligible proposals be sent by the States immediately. 2 Coverage of missed out bridges on roads already sanctioned under PMGSY All remaining eligible proposals be sent by the States immediately. 3Sanctions of Stage-II works for such PMGSY roads for which Stage –I has already been sanctioned. All remaining eligible proposals be sent by the States immediately.
Recommendations on various issues related to the North East States- contd. 4Inclusion or otherwise of CC drain width and Parapet Wall Width in the roadway width. (i)The roadway width should be exclusive of parapet and side drains. (ii)Minimum roadway width should be 6 meters. (iii)The width may be suitably increased on the request of SRRDA as per DPRs at curves, junctions etc. and road stretches facing heavy snowfall or land slides. (iv) Reputed institute be awarded an R&D study to suggest technological solutions especially using local material to control landslides in hilly areas. Convergence with MGNREGA to check landslides be also evolved through this study.
Recommendations on various issues related to the North East States- contd. 5 Higher costs due to transportation of Cement, Bitumen, Steel etc. and longer leads. To start with a pre-bid conference with Cement Manufacturers should be convened either at Delhi or Kolkata in which States may project their annual requirement of cement covering all schemes run by the Ministry of Rural Development. 6Relaxation of the current norm of population of 250 persons and above in respect of Hill States (i)The existing procedure of Hill States for connectivity to habitations of population 250 and above in 2001 and relaxations of path distance of 1.5km to form a cluster of 250+ as well as relaxation of 10 km path distance in International Border blocks be continued. (ii)To provide connectivity to the habitations of less than 250 population in 2001 even after availing the aforesaid relaxations; existing convergence provision in MGNREGA may be availed of by the States.
Recommendations on various issues related to the North East States - contd. 7 Relaxation of norms of 100% funding by GoI for bridges of span up to 50 m by covering bridges of span up to 150 m under 100% GoI funding Number of bridges of span: (i)above 50 meters upto 60 meters and (ii)above 60 meters be assessed by the States with crude estimates of bridge wise cost on PMGSY roads not yet cleared by the Department. 8GoI funding towards maintenance to partially cover enormous maintenance costs due to difficult terrain XIII Finance Commission funds be used to supplement State funds.
Recommendations on various issues related to the North East States- contd. 9 Financial assistance from GoI for GIS applications and digitization of Core Network GIS interface is essential for Core Network and the necessary arrangement be evolved in consultation with States. Department of Science & Technology, Government of India be also approached. 10Switchover to e-tendering in all NE States All remaining States should switch over to e-tendering by 31 st December, 2011.
PMGSY – Some Recent Actions Taken PMGSY – Some Recent Actions Taken Uploading of quality Grading of items/sub items and photographs of works inspected by SQMs: PMGSY provides a three-tier quality monitoring mechanism Under the second-tier, periodic inspections are required to be conducted by independent State Quality Monitors (SQMs). Each PMGSY project is expected to be inspected by the SQMs at least three times during the process of execution All the SQM inspection reports are to be mandatorily entered in OMMAS along with at least 10 digital photographs Measures to ensure Maintenance Funding of PMGSY roads by States Release of Programme Funds has been made contingent upon crediting of required funds to respective SRRDA for maintenance 31
PMGSY – Some Recent Actions Taken (contd.) PMGSY – Some Recent Actions Taken (contd.) Necessity of Consultation with Hon’ble Members of Parliament for new proposals under PMGSY: Incorporating the suggestions given by Hon’ble Members of Parliament should be an integral part of the preparation of Project Proposals Necessity of a Transect walk : Involvement of the local community in a transect walk can ensure suitable alignment, sort out the issues of land availability etc. In view of above, a circular has been issued stating that the Project Proposals shall in future be accompanied with following documents: Appropriate proof regarding the consultation with Hon’ble Members of Parliament Minimum of ten photographs taken during Transect Walk Minutes of meeting after the Transect Walk for each road 32
33 Major Institutional Interventions PPP : States being pursued to adopt PPP in rural roads on pilot basis. Models on deferred payment, i.e. Annuity basis being explored. National Consultation planned in February GIS : GIS for mapping of core network on pilot basis. CDAC to provide technical support States to implement. Independent Engineer: Deployment of Independent Engineer to supplement third tier.
Hill Cutting in difficult terrain Arunachal Pradesh