Chapter III infrastructure Roads and Bridges



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Status of Project

Head Regulator:- A head regulator on Upper Ganga Canal (UGC) has already been constructed to draw 150 cusecs of water.

Project Management Consultant (PMC):- PMC for the said Project has been appointed & the work has already been started. Detailed field investigations, alignment survey etc. have been completed. Component wise designs and cost estimates are under preparation

Sikandra Water Treatment Plant:- In addition to the existing water treatment plant of 144 MLD an additional water treatment plant of 144 mld (based on advanced treatment technology) was proposed to be constructed under this project. 144 MLD WTP is constructed & providing water to Agra Town.

Transmission Line (Conduit Pipes) And Feeder Mains for Agra & Mathura:- Work for laying of 2100 mm X 2 nos. 97 km, 2800 mm 33 km length transmission line & feeder mains of 800 mm 12km, 1600 mm 19.3 km is under progress.

Bridge Construction:- Contract agreement has been signed. Design work completed, work is under progress (96% completed)

Rehabilitation of existing Over Head Tanks (OHT):- Contract agreement has already been signed. Rehabilitation of existing Over Head Tanks 2 nos. is completed & work for rehabilitation of existing under ground reservoir is under progress.

Road Construction & Strengthening:- Contract agreement has already been signed. Work is under progress.

In take work (Settling Tank):- Contract agreement has already been signed. Design work completed, work is under progress (98% completed)

Land Acquisition:- In this project the permanent land acquisition is required at three places. Notification u/s 4/17 & 6/17 has already been issued for the land to be acquired at village Karab & Sehat Khadar of Distt. Mathura and Village Palra of Distt. Bulandshahar & Land has been acquired. Temporary Land for Transmission Line (Conduit Pipes) And Feeder Mains for Agra & Mathura is under process. Necessary action is being taken for payment of compensation of the land.



Rural Development and Transformation of Rural Economy

Rural Development Department is implementing various centrally and state sponsored schemes for alleviation of rural poverty and development of infrastructure facilities in villages . Centrally Sponsored Schemes are Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) , National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY), Pradhan Mantri Gram Sarak Yojana (PMGSY), National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP), state sponsored Schemes are Vidhayak Nidhi, Lohiya Gramin Awas Yojana, Ambedkar Vishesh Rozgar Yojana and Community Development.



MGNREGA

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 (MGNREGA) was notified on September 7, 2005. The mandate of the Act is to provide at least 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year to every rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.



Goals

Social protection for the most vulnerable people living in rural India by providing employment opportunities

Livelihood security for the poor through creation of durable assets, improved water security, soil conservation and higher land productivity

Drought-proofing and flood management in rural India

Empowerment of the socially disadvantaged, especially women, Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Schedules Tribes (STs), through the processes of a rights-based legislation

Strengthening decentralised, participatory planning through convergence of various anti-poverty and livelihoods initiatives

Deepening democracy at the grass-roots by strengthening Panchayati Raj Institutions

Effecting greater transparency and accountability in governance



Permissible Works

water conservation and water harvesting including contour trenches, contour bunds, boulderchecks, gabion structures, underground dykes, earthen dams, stop dams and springshed development;

drought proofing including afforestation and tree plantation;

irrigation canals including micro and minor irrigation works;

provision of irrigation facility, dug out farm pond, horticulture, plantation, farm bunding and land development on land owned by households specified in paragraph 1C of Schedule I;

renovation of traditional water bodies including desilting of tanks;

land development;

flood control and protection works including drainage in water logged areas including deepening and repairing of flood channels, chaur renovation, construction of storm water drains for coastal protection;

rural connectivity to provide all weather access, including culverts and roads within a village, wherever necessary;

construction of Bharat Nirman Rajiv Gandhi Sewa Kendra as Knowledge Resource Centre at the Block level and as Gram Panchayat Bhawan at the Gram Panchayat level;

agriculture related works, such as, NADEP composting, vermi-composting, liquid bio-manures;

livestock related works, such as, poultry shelter, goat shelter, construction of pucca floor, urine tank and fodder trough for cattleshed, azolla as cattle-feed supplement;

fisheries related works, such as, fisheries in seasonal water bodies on public land;

works in coastal areas, such as, fish drying yards, belt vegetation;

rural drinking water related works, such as, soak pits, recharge pits;

rural sanitation related works, such as, individual household latrines, school toilet units, anganwadi toilets, solid and liquid waste management;

construction of anganwadi centres.

construction of playfields

any other work which may be notified by the Central Government in consultation with the State Government.

Performance of the scheme during four years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)

During the year 2012-13, the State share outlay was Rs. 500.00 crores against whichRs. 143.55 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for creation of 3395 lakh person days, total of 1411.84 lakh persondays were created.

During the year 2013-14, the State share outlay was Rs. 400.00 crores against whichRs. 321.82 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for creation of 1983 lakh person days, total of 1746.70 lakh persondays were created.

During the year 2014-15, the State share outlay was Rs. 350.00 crores against which Rs. 304.18 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for creation of 2017.52 lakh person days, total of 1312.12 lakh persondays were created.

During the year 2015-16, the outlay including central and State share was Rs. 3500.00 crores against which amount of Rs. 3388.04 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for creation of 1632.33 lakh person days, total of 1831.11 lakh persondays were created.

Targets for 2016-17

For the financial year 2016-17, amount of Rs. 4500 crore has been provided in budget . This amount is including central and state share. MoRD has sanctioned labour budget for generation of 1500 lakh person days for the current year.



Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)

Rural roads constitute not only vital arterial assembly of development organism but have been the principal mode of connectivity between places and especially a rural areas they provide the only mode of conveyance and transportation for men and material. Besides, a multitude of benefits accrues from the development of rural roads sector by way of increased agriculture production, better farm prices, facilitation of rural industrialization, emergence of a multifaceted paradigm for inclusive growth and development.

Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana herein, after abbreviated as PMGSY, while purports to provide connectivity to all the habitations upto a certain population segment also attempts in other ways to set right the regional imbalances in terms of developing a road network in the State.

PMGSY was initiated in the year 2000-01 (from dated 25-12-2000) as a 100% centrally sponsored scheme with an objective for providing all whether connectivity (with necessary culverts and cross' drainage structures that could be operable through out the year) to those rural habitations that have a minimum population of 500 (according to census 2001) in plane areas and 250 in IAP districts (in case of Uttar Pradesh Sonebhadra, Chandauli, Mirzapur) in phased manner. During the year 2005-06 to 2008-09, PMGSY was made an integral component of Bharat Nirman Programme and was christened as one of the six flagship programs of the Govt. of India.

From the year 2013-14 PMGSY is being implemented with its new mandate where the Govt. of India has focused on the upgradation of existing road network to consolidate the investment made under the PMGSY-I.

Started from the year 2013-14 the PMGSY-II envisages consolidation of the existing Rural Road Network to improve its overall efficiency as a provider of transportation services to the community and for their produce. It aims to cover upgradation of existing selected rural roads based on their economic potential and their role in facilitating the growth of rural market centers and rural hubs. Development of growth centers and rural hubs are critical to the overall strategy of facilitating poverty alleviation through creation of rural infrastructure. Growth centers/rural hubs would provide markets, banking, and other service facilities enabling creation of self-employment and livelihood opportunities on an ongoing basis.



Progress under PMGSY

Since inception of the scheme i.e. from the year 2000-01 till 2012-13 the State got sanctions for construction/upgradation of 50044.39 km road length with an investment of Rs. 13483.50 crores under PMGSY-I. Against the above sanctions, a total of 41273.90 km road length has been constructed/upgraded till 31.03.2014 effecting utilization of Rs. 10456.54 crores of Rs. 10456.54 crores. The State has covered all the eligible and connectable habitations of 500 and above population category (in case of IAP districts) the coverage is upto 250 population category as per road core network based on census 2001. The total number of road works completed during the aforesaid period is 15500.

Govt. of India has remodeled the PMGSY from the year 2013-14 and named it as PMGSY-II. As a result, the scheme is now being implemented with redefined objectives and norms from the f.y. 2013-14. The State has received sanctions for upgradation of 1913.33 km road length with a cost of Rs. 1134.54 crores under PMGSY-II. The process of tendering is under way for these works.

Performance of the scheme during four years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)

A total number of 2401 roads with an investment of Rs. 3572.60 crores is proposed for construction/upgradation during the above plan period. The estimated road length i.e. targeted for construction/upgradation is 9187 kms. Against the above targets 1730 km road length has been constructed/upgraded by the end of the f.y. 2013-14. The total funds utilized were Rs. 1024.39 crores.

During the year 2012-13, the State was supposed to utilize Rs. 425.00 crores. The corresponding physical targets were assumed to be 1000 km for new roads construction. However, the above targets could be met only partially due to non release of funds from the Govt. of India. The works were virtually carried out with the residual funds available with the State at the beginning of the year as no funds were provided by the Govt. of India to the State in the aforesaid period.

In the succeeding year i.e. 2013-14, the State was assigned target of utilizing 1000 crores on construction/upgradation of 3400 km. Again insufficient release of funds to the State surfaced as a major bottleneck in achieving the target. The Govt. of India released only Rs. 501.93 crores to the State during the year. Taking the available balances that were usable on works, the State could manage only Rs. 940.49 crores for implementation of scheme. The paucity of funds decimated the initial momentum and also restricted the achievement of the State. The State utilized almost the entire amount and constructed/upgraded 1446.17 km road length during the year.

In 2014-15, the State utilized Rs. 887.75 crore and constructed/upgraded 3690 km road length during the year.

In 2015-16, the State utilized Rs. 1596.76 crore and constructed/upgraded 3025 km road length during the year.



Action Plan for the year 2016-17 and Proposed strategies

The State would endeavor to obtain releases of even amount to achieve the above targets. In order to ensure accomplishment of targets and improve the performance of the scheme in terms of quality and timely execution of work, the State has conceived the following strategies:

To ensure completion of all ongoing works sanctioned prior to year 2016-17.

To use of mobile based android phone application in 2nd tier quality monitoring for verifying the physical status of road on the GIS plate farm

To use e-tendering with a view to enhance the skills of the line departments and develop available human resource.

To organize training programme of officers on different aspects of contract management, programme implementation, quality control, and dispute resolution.

To focus on timely execution of works with least cases of time over runs or cost over runs.

To arrange necessary financial resources for maintaining the assets created under the scheme in previous years.



Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana(Gramin)

From the year 2016-17, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, will be implemented in place of Indira Awas Yojana. Salient features of above scheme are given below :

Housing for all by the year 2022.

Enhancing the unit assistance to Rs.1,20,000 in plain areas amd Rs. 1,30,000 in hilly/ difficult areas /IAP districts.

Using SECC date for identification of benuficiares

Setting up of technical support agency at national level to provide technical support in achieveing the target set under the project.

Funding pattern - The cost of the scheme would be shared between Government of India and State Governments in the ratio 60:40.

Performance of the earlier housing scheme (Indira Awas Yojana) during four years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)

During the year 2012-13, the State share outlay was Rs. 500.00 crores against which Rs. 292.31 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 3.68 lakh houses, total of 2.85 lakh houses were sanctioned.

In the year 2013-14, the State share outlay was Rs. 500.00 crores against which Rs. 427.54 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 2.99 lakh houses, total of 2.91 lakh houses were sanctioned.

From the year 2014-15, central share began to be released through State Govt. instead of being released directly to executing agencies. Hence in the year 2014-15, the outlay/budget was inclusive of central and state share. Under the scheme against the state share outlay of Rs. 450.00 crores amount of Rs. 587.65 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 4.23 lakh houses, total of 3.93 lakh houses were sanctioned.

In the year 2015-16, the outlay was Rs. 3033.33 crores (including central and state Share) against which amount of Rs. 2153.87 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 3.58 lakh houses, total of 3.58 lakh houses were sanctioned.

Targets under new Scheme PMAY for the financial year 2016-17

State Govt. has provided budget of Rs. 3161.72 crore including central and state share. MoRD has fixed the target to construct 4.30 lakh houses during 2016-17 .



Lohia Grameen Awaas Yojana

Lohia Gramin Awaas Yojana is a flagship scheme of the present State Government. This scheme was initiated from 2012-13 by the State Government .The objective of the to provide house free of cost to those households who are having annual income upto Rs. 36,000/- House is to be constructed by beneficiary himself as per the prescribed design .

Assistance for construction of a new house - Financial assistance of Rs. 3.05 lakh is provided for each houses. This cost includes Rs. 30,000 for solar light and fan.

Area of House - 30.00 sq. mts.

Toilets are to be constructed from funds available under Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan ( NBA)

Performance of the scheme during four years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)

During the year 2012-13, the State share outlay was Rs. 395.17 crores against which Rs. 782.80 crore were released in the last week of the financial year . Hence actual utilization of funds and physical work was carried out in 2013-14

During the year 2013-14, the State share outlay was Rs. 620.00 crores against which Rs. 604.90 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 0.86 lakh houses, total of 0.85 lakh houses were sanctioned.

During the year 2014-15, the State share outlay was Rs.1500.00 crores against which Rs. 2172.48 crore was utilized . Against the physical target for construction of 0.99 lakh houses, total of 0.98 lakh houses were sanctioned.

During the year 2015-16, the State share outlay was Rs. 2500.00 crores against which Rs. 1000 crore were released through budget and Rs. 1500.00 crore were arranged from HUDCO as loan. Against the physical target for construction of 0.57 lakh houses cent-percent houses were sanctioned.

Targets for 2016-17

For the financial year 2016-17, amount of Rs. 1778.98 crore has been provided in budget . Physical Target is to construct 0.57 lakh houses.



Uttar Pradesh State Rural Livelihood Mission (UPSRLM)

The Uttar Pradesh State Rural Livelihood Mission (UPSRLM) was constituted as an autonomous society in 2011, under the aegis of the Rural Development Department for the implementation of the National Rural Livelihood Mission/Project (NRLM/P) in the state. The core belief of the Mission is that “the poor have innate capabilities and a strong desire to come out of poverty”. NRLM was launched by restructuring the existing Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojna (SGSY) and is being implemented in the entire country from the 1st of April 2013 onwards.



Mission

“To reduce poverty by enabling the poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities resulting in appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong and sustainable grassroot institutions of the poor.”



Goal

To mitigate poverty in the state by mobilising 1.08 crore rural poor households into 9.8 lakh SHGs in 822 Blocks of the state by 2024-25



Key features

Universal social Mobilisation - NRLM would ensure that at least one woman member from each identified rural poor household is brought under the Self Help Group (SHG) network in a time bound manner. Further it would ensure adequate coverage of vulnerable sections of the society like SC, ST, and Minorities etc

Promotion of Institutions of the poor- UPSRLM will form three tier structure of Institution of Poor. First tier structure will be Self Help Group, second tier will be Village Organisation and third tier will be Cluster level federation.

Training, Capacity Building and Skill Development – Mission will focus on strengthening of capacity of poor institution, community caders, mission staff and stakeholders.

Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion – Mission will provide the Financial assistance to SHGs and its federations through providing the Revolving fund, Community Investment Fund etc. All SHGs formed under NRLM umbrella will ensure the Universal Financial Inclusion through Banks (Bank Credit Linkage).

Infrastructure creation and Marketing Support

Skills and Placement Project

Rural Self Employment Training Institutes (RSETIs)

Convergence and Partnerships

Linkages with PRI’s



Implementing Strategy

A phased strategy has been adopted for implementation of SRLM, as social capital takes some time in building up in the start. All the 75 districts of the state will thus be covered in a phased manner. We intend to enter each and every village gradually over a period of 10 years. All districts in the state will come into the NRLM fold by 2018-19. As of now, State Mission has selected 22 blocks of 22 districts as Intensive blocks. The Intensive districts will have access to a full complement of trained professional staff and cover a whole range of activities of universal and intense social and financial inclusion, livelihoods, partnerships etc. In these blocks CRP (Community Resource Person) strategy will be followed. CRPs are members of the community, who have graduated out of poverty with the help of SHGs. This strategy rests on the premise that community learning is better from community to community. However, in the remaining blocks (non-intensive blocks), the activities may be limited in scope and intensity and will focus on strengthening of existing SHGs.

Our institutional architecture comprises of State Mission Management Unit, District Mission Management Units and Block Mission Management Units. A blend of professionals and government functionaries is being kept at all three levels for ensuring effective implementation of the programme.

Physical Target for 2016-17

SHGs formation- 52690

SHGs targeted for received Revolving Fund- 38000

SHGs to be linked with credit -28618



Ambedkar Vishesh Rojgar Yojana (AVRY)

Ambedkar Vishesh Rojgar Yojana is being implemented to accelerate sustained employment generation in the rural areas of the state. The AVRY is a specific area based scheme which taps local resources and skills in order to generate sustained employment and thus brings about economic development in the area. The AVRY is a project based scheme using backward and forward linkages to ensure economic viability of the project. Scheme is totally based on "project approach". Institutional finance is the key element of the scheme.


The High Powered Task-Force headed by Agriculture Production Commissioner is constituted for sanction of projects under Ambedkar Vishesh Rojgar Yojana. The submitted projects are examined by project appraisal cell at Govt. level in Rural Development Department.

Many of the projects lave been executed so far for example- Saghan Mini Dairy, Rajnigandha, Gladiolus and Marigold, Hybrid Vegetables (Tomato, Onion, Ladyfinger etc.), Banana Development Scheme, Beekeeping, Poultry, Piggery, Goat Rearing, Thrust area programme, Terracota, Moonj Ban Development etc. under this yojana have achieved good results in creating self-employment in rural areas.



Performance of the scheme during four years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)

During the year 2012-13, the State share outlay was Rs. 12.00 crores against which amount of Rs.7.01 crore was utilised . Against the physical target to provide benefit to 0.30 lakh persons , total number of 0.29 lakh persons were benefitted.

During the year 2013-14, the State share outlay was Rs. 12.00 crores against which amount of Rs. 5.20 crore was utilised . Against the physical target to provide benefit to 0.30 lakh persons total number of 0.22 lakh persons were benefitted.

During the year 2014-15, the State share outlay was Rs. 12.00 crores against which amount of Rs. 10.72 crore was utilised . Against the physical target to provide benefit to 0.14 lakh persons , total number of 0.12 lakh persons were benefitted.

During the year 2015-16, the State share outlay was Rs. 12.00 crores against which amount of Rs. 9.07 crore was utilised . Against the physical target to provide benefit to 0.14 lakh persons total number of 0.10 lakh persons were benefitted.

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