Targets for the financial year 2016-17
For the financial year 2016-17, state share outlay of Rs. 12.00 crores has been proposed . About 0.14 lakh persons are likely to be benefited during the current year.
The objective of the scheme is construction/renovation of vikas bhawan buildings at district level and residential/ non residential buildings of Blocks.
Performance of the scheme during first two years of 12th five year plan (2012-2017)
During the year 2012-13, the State share outlay was Rs. 0.50 crores against which an amount of Rs. 3.50 crore was utilised .
During the year 2013-14, the State share outlay was Rs. 20.00 crores against which an amount of Rs. 17.59 crore was utilised .
During the year 2014-15, the State share outlay was Rs. 20.00 crores against which an amount of Rs. 19.86 crore was utilised .
During the year 2015-16, the State share outlay was Rs. 20.00 crores against cent-percent amount was utilised .
Targets for the financial year 2016-17
For the financial year 2016-17 amount of Rs. 20.00 crore has been provided in budget ..
The objective of the scheme is the development of the constituencies of hon’bleM.L.As/MLCs and to fulfill the local felt needs of the people. The scheme is under implementation since 1998-99 .At present every M.L.A. or M.L.C. gets annually Rs 1.50 crore for his constituency.
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. 756 crores against which cent percent funds were released
During the year 2013-14 the State share outlay was Rs. 756 crores against which cent percent funds were released
During the year 2014-15 the State share outlay was Rs. 756 crores against which cent percent funds were released
During the year 2015-16 the State share outlay was Rs. 756 crores against which amount of Rs. 743.22 crore was released .
Targets for the financial year 2016-17
For the financial year 2016-17, amount of Rs. 756 crore has been provided in budget .
Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana (PMAGY)
Objective of the Scheme
To ensure integrated development of the selected villages with more than 50% SC population into “model villages” so that, inter alia,
They have all requisite physical and social infrastructure for their socio-economic development, and satisfy the norms mentioned above.
Disparity between SC and non-SC population in terms of common socio-economic indicators is eliminated, the indicators are raised to at least the level of the national average, and :
All BPL families, especially those belonging to SCs, have food and livelihood security, and are enabled to cross the poverty line and earn an adequate livelihood,
All children complete at least eight years of education,
Incidence of malnutrition, especially among children and women, is eliminated.
Untouchability, discrimination, segregation, and atrocities against SCs are eliminated, as are other social evils like discrimination against girls/women, alcoholism and substance (drugs) abuse, etc., and all sections of society are able to live with dignity and equality, and in harmony with others.
Integrated development of selected villages will be primarily achieved through implementation of existing scheme of Central and State Govts in a convergent manner.
Gap-filling funding of ₹.20.0 lakh per village for meeting special requirements of villages which cannot be met from existing schemes.
Efforts will also be expected to be made at Centre and State level to rope in Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and also the private corporate sector, in the development of selected villages, and to dovetail their initiatives under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with PMAGY.
Envisaged Physical and socio-economic Infrastructure of a Model Village
Education & Skill Development
Post Office and Bank
Services for Persons with Disabilities and Senior Citizens etc.
Shyama Prasad Mukherji RURBAN Mission (SPMRM)
The Mission aims at development of rural growth clusters called ‘Rurban Clusters’ which have latent potential for growth and which would trigger overall development in the region.
These clusters are to be developed by provisioning of economic activities, developing skills & local entrepreneurship and providing infrastructure amenities.
Amount of Rs. 3.50 crore was released by MORD during 2015-16 for Uttar Pradesh to prepare ICAP and initial infrastructure of SPMRM during 2015-16.
The priority of the Government is to strengthen the panchayats of the state economically and socially to enable them to succeed in the overall development of the state.
The Panchayati Raj Department is at present implementing the following major programmes:-
Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)
Grant to rural local bodies as per the recommendations of 4th State finance commission and 14th finance commission.
Construction of C.C roads, K.C Drains and inter-locking tiles in the internal lanes under Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samagra Gramin Vikas Yojna.
Construction of Multipurpose Panchayat Bhawans.
Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Shasaktikaran Abhiyan(RGPSA).
Gram Panchayat Vikas Yojna(GPDP).
Training programmes for panchayat representative and functionaries at various levels.
Development of Cremation grounds in the rural areas.
Details of the Major Programmes are as Follows:-
Swachh Bharat Mission(Gramin)
On 2nd October, 2014 Swachh Bharat Mission(Gramin) was launched by Government of India. Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) aims to achieve Swachh Bharat by 2nd October 2019, as a fitting tribute to the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, which in rural areas shall mean improving the levels of cleanliness in rural areas through Solid and Liquid Waste Management activities and making Gram Panchayats Open Defecation Free (ODF), clean and sanitised.
The main objectives of the SBM(G) are as under: Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)
Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas, by promoting cleanliness, hygiene and eliminating open defecation.
Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas to achieve the vision of Swachh Bharat by 2nd October 2019.
Motivate Communities and Panchayati Raj Institutions to adopt sustainable sanitation practices and facilities through awareness creation and health education.
Encourage cost effective and appropriate technologies for ecologically safe and sustainable sanitation.
Develop wherever required, Community managed sanitation systems focusing on scientific Solid & Liquid Waste Management systems for overall cleanliness in the rural areas.
Beneficiary to covered for Individual Household Latrines (IHHL)
Incentive as provided under the Mission for the construction of Individual Household Latrines (IHHL) shall be available for below mentioned categories:
All Below Poverty Line (BPL) Households
Following categories of APL:-
a) All SCs/STs,
b)-Small and marginal farmers,
c)-Landless labourers with homestead,
d)- Physically handicapped
e)- Women headed households family.
The Incentive amount provided under SBM(G) to Below Poverty Line (BPL) /identified APLs households shall be up to Rs.12,000 for construction of one unit of IHHL and provide for water availability, including for storing for hand-washing and cleaning of the toilet. Central Share of this Incentive for IHHLs is Rs.72,00/- (60%) from Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin). The State share is Rs.48,00/-(40%).
The beneficiaries are encouraged for additional contribution in the construction of his IHHL to promote ownership. State Governments have the flexibility to provide higher incentive for a household toilet, for higher unit costs from sources other than SBM(G). However, this additional funding cannot be from the Central share of any other Centrally Sponsored Scheme.
Physical achievement of toilets during the SBM (G) - 1307116 .
State Finance Commission (SFC)
Date on which the last SFC was constituted. : December 2011
Whether qualifications and manner of selection of members of SFC are prescribed in the Act/Rules? Yes, mentioned Section 32 A of UP Panchayat Raj Act 1947
When was the last report of the SFC received and whether it has been laid before the State legislature? -Recommendations of the 4th SFC were laid before the State legislature in Dec 2015.
The most important recommendations of last SFC, and action taken on the same.
4th SFC Recommendations
15% of the total net tax receipt and non-tax receipt (only other heads) to be transferred to Panchayats & ULBs
Only 12.5% of the total divisible pool is devolved.
Of the total recommended funds for devolution, 60% to ULBs and 40% to PRIs to be given.
Recommendations were accepted and State has adopted formula for disbursing this amount among 3-tiers of PRIs as 50% to GPs, 40% to ZPs and 10% to KPs with weightage of 80% on total population and 20% on SC/ST population while disbursing to each level.
Rural engineering Service Dept. be merged with Panchayati Raj Dept.
Recommendations were accepted
Audit of Panchayats to be made compulsory with no audit objection shall be pending beyond 3 years
Recommendations were accepted
Funds to be disbursed to Panchayats when all receipts and payments figures for a particular month have been posted on PRIASoft
Recommendations were accepted
Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP)
With 14th Finance Commission emphasising on providing financial stability and ensuring effective planning at the last levels of local governance i.e. Gram Panchayats, The Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) becomes of utmost importance. GPDP envisages that every Gram Panchayat should prepare its own annual plan by incorporating the works to be done at the panchayat level which in turn would be an output of needs/wants of the panchayats. The works so identified would be funded in a holistic manner by converging to (the extent possible) available funds of all schemes/grants/own resources etc. The entire process of GPDP focuses on preparation of plans by participative planning by conducting proper environment generation, situation analysis, resource envelope, prioritization of activities etc
State has by now prepared plans online and uploaded around 3300 Plans on Planplus software.
Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Shasaktikaran Abhiyan (RGPSA)
The centrally assisted Scheme of Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Shasaktikaran Abhiyan (RGPSA) has been launched in the 12th Five year Plan period with a view to strengthen the panchayati raj system across the states and to do away with the factors that constrain the same. The umbrella Scheme of RGPSA in fact has subsumed some of the erstwhile schemes of this Ministry namely, Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Yojna(RGSY), Panchayat Mahila Evam Yuva Shakti Abhiyan(PMEYSA), Panchayat Empowerment Accountability Incentivisation Scheme(PEAIS), e-Panchayat and resource Support to States(RSS).
The actual Expenditure for the Year 2014-15 was Rs.1435.64 Lach and for the 2015-16 Expenditure is Rs.1100.00 Lakh. After getting de-linked from the GoI for the Year 2016-17 RGPSA revised with a new proposed name Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (RGPSA). The State proposed for this year 2016-17 Rs. 21742.89 lakh as 100% Central share from Govt. of India to Expedite the Schemes. After the De-link from the state has decided to initiated this scheme by the name Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Panchayat Shasaktikaran Yojna, as a State funding scheme and proposed Rs. 661.65 Lakh as state share for the year 2016-17.
Bathroom Construction in Selected District under SBM(G)
Individual toilet construction scheme is implementing in the rural areas of our State UP. In rural areas beneficiaries of toilet construction is demanding for bathrooms in most of the cases. Scheme for construction of bathroom is not implementing by the State and Central Government. Because of that bathroom construction scheme has implementing through State Government on "Pilot Project" basis.
To maintain the privacy, dignity and self respect of the women and adolescents residing in the rural areas.
To make the women and adolescents free from open bathing restrain
On Pilot Project basis bathrooms has to be constructed in 10 Gram Panchayats under Bathroom Construction Scheme, 5 GPs from Dr Ram Manoha Lohiya and 5 others GPs would be selected.
During the financial year 2015-16 fifty GPs selected means 10 GPs from each of the selected districts Etawah, Firozabad, Kannauj, Azamgarh and Sonbhadra
Eligible beneficiaries of SBM(G)
Target :1855 Bathrooms Construction in each selected districts
Financial Requirement: Rs 1599.65 Lacks released to district for construction of bathroom.
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samgra vikas yojana
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samgra village is the highest priority programme of the state government .Panchyatiraj department is the nodal department for Construction of CC roads and KC drain in the internal lanes under Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samgra vikas yojana.
During the year 2015-16 total 2100 villages has been selected for the construction of CC roads and KC drains. All selected village are saturated with CC roads and KC drains under the norms. Financial expenditure for the year 2015-16 is Rs50020.80 Lakh and 1255.14 KM CC road and KC drain is been constructed.
Rural Drinking Water Programme
The Drinking Water supply to rural population of Uttar Pradesh in 260110 habitations are based on India Mark-II Hand Pumps. As per GoI/U.P. Govt. directions, 90% of population is to be covered with piped water supply by 2022, under National Rural Drinking Water Programme.
Decision has been taken by the Rural Development Department, Govt. of U.P. to give preference for Piped Water Supply Scheme to the villages having population more than 10000 as per census 2001, quality problem villages and the villages contributing under community participation programme and giving their consent for taking over the scheme for operation and maintenance by the Gram Panchayat.
A criterion for Installation of a new hand pump per 150 population and 75 m distance between two hand pumps, has been fixed by the Government. The criterion for the villages selected under Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Samagra Vikas Karyakram is one hand pump per 100 population and distance between two hand pumps as 75 m.
Under National Rural Drinking Water Programme budget allocation of Rs 2300.00 crore has been approved for the year 2016-17.Works of 3527 nos. Re-boring Hand Pumps under Bundelkhand Region’s 7 Districts has been sanctioned by Planning Department. Till July 2016, 3512 nos. of hand pumps has been re-bored. Rural Development Department has sanctioned 5786 nos. of new Hand pumps in Bundelkhand Region, out of which 5302 new hand pumps has been installed.
Under flexi fund during financial year 2016-17, installation of 399 nos. new Hand Pumps and Re-boring of 3754 Hand Pumps is targeted in 12 districts namely–Sonebhadra, Mirzapur, Allahabad, Fatehpur Pratapgarh, Agra, Mainpuri, Firozabad, Kanpur Dehat, Kanpur Nagar, Chandauli and Azamgarh and till June 2016, 1483 nos. of hand pumps have been re-bored/newly installed.
Vide G.O.No.390/aratis-5-2016-22sam/2013Dated 27.04.2016 Works of installation of 100 nos. new Hand Pumps and Re-boring of 100 Hand Pumps, per MLA and MLC is sanctioned against which installation of 47500 nos. new Hand Pumps and Re-boring of 47500 Hand Pumps are proposed. List from different MLA/MLC is being provided to district authority for approving the location.
On the basis of funds availability in current year, 400 nos. of Piped Water Supply Schemes are targeted for completion.
National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP)
For the rural drinking water supply in the states, centrally assisted National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) is being conducted in the state with equal financial support from the central and State Governments with effect from the year 2010-11. As per the GOI guidelines, all powers, relating to financial and administrative approvals of the State Rural Drinking Water Schemes are conferred on the State Scheme approval committee, headed by the Principal Secretary, Rural Development Department. The operation and monitoring of the programme is done by the State Drinking Water and Swachchhata Mission, constituted under the Rural Development Department.
In the State, there are total 97942 villages, the population of which is 15.51 crores, as per Census: 2011. In the year 2004, the GOI had undertaken a detailed survey of the status of drinking water in the rural settlements. According to this survey, the total number of settlements in the State is 260110, of which, 233341 settlements are fully covered, 7993 settlements uncovered and 18776 settlements partially covered. All uncovered and partially covered settlements have been made available the drinking water facility.
At present, the following activities, under the NRDWP, are being carried out:-
Re-boring of already installed hand pumps and construction work on piped drinking water schemes.
Management of the drinking water in the Naxal-affected districts through India Mark-II hand pumps. Even solar energy based drinking water schemes are being constructed.
About 90% of the State population is based on hand pump-based drinking water. However, as per directive of the GOI, steps are being taken with regard to piped drinking water. 3540 piped. Drinking water schemes are being operated in the State. Another 1222 piped drinking water schemes are under construction.
Arrangement for the drinking water facility in the settlements, where water quality is affected.
The drinking water facility in the 20 districts of the States affected by AES/J.E. diseases.
Sustainability of the water source and system. Works on check dams, rainwater harvesting plants and soak pits are being done.
Drinking water quality monitoring and supervision programme is operated at national level.