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             ANNUAL PLAN

RURAL DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

  

Approved outlay:
12th Plan 2012-17
: Rs. 1300.00 lakhs
Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

:

Rs.345.00 lakhs

 

          Rural area of Chandigarh comprised of 18 villages upto September, 2006, when 5 villages were included in the area of Municipal Corporation,Chandigarh, thus leaving only 13 villages in the rural belt.   The population of the rural area is only 93863, as per Census 2011.  In the past, lot of development has taken place in the villages including street paving, provision of piped drinking water supply, electricity, street lighting, sewerage system etc.

          An outlay of Rs.2365.57 .00 lakhs was utilized during the 11th Five Year Plan period 2007-12. In the current Five Year Plan 2012-17, an outlay of Rs1300.00 lakhs has been approved. Against this approved outlay, an amount of Rs.172.22  lakhs was provided in the Annul Plan 2012-13, which has been utilized in for bringing alround development in the rural area.

          Development is a continuing process and it changes its facet with passage of time. New ideas with regard to development process always keep pouring and the needs of modern civic amenities are felt and raised by the villagers from time to time.

          Chandigarh is a fast expanding and developing City and the remaining 13 villages are within the radius of 8 KM from the main City. These villages have also attained peri-urban character due to their close vicinity to Chandigarh.  Keeping in view the future needs  for developing  these villages on city pattern and also the other matters regarding training to PRIs representatives and women empowerment etc., an outlay of  Rs.345.00  lakhs  has been approved in the Annual Plan 2013-14 to implement the following schemes:-

1.Strengthening of Infrastructure.

Approved outlay:
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs.  1270.00 lakhs  

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

:

Rs.  335.00 lakhs

          This scheme is the main scheme of the department and involves the aspects of alround development of the villages

          The major works to be undertaken in this scheme   include programmes like concretization of the village streets, which helps in providing better durability of streets and better drainage.  The major streets in U.T. villages have already been concretized. However, the remaining portions are yet to be covered.  Besides   sanitation and cleanliness in the villages requires extra attention for which infrastructure of streets and underground drainage   has to be strengthened.  Further there is also need to strengthen the water supply and sewerage system in the villages, which has become direly necessary amenity these days.

           This scheme also involves installation of solar street lighting as a measure for   preserving energy sources.  There is substantial proportion of population and areas in certain villages which have not been provided with basic amenities like piped drinking water supply, sewerage system, storm water drainage, concretization of streets, street lighting, opening of Alternative Medical Units, etc. This section of population need to be covered for which provision has been made in this Plan Scheme.   

            For the 12th Five Year Plan 2012-17, an outlay of Rs.1270.00 lakhs has been approved under this Plan Scheme.   An amount of Rs. 167.42  lakhs was provided for the Annual Plan 2012-13 under this scheme, which has been utilized in full before the close of the financial year. An amount of Rs.335.00 lakhs has been approved for the Annul Plan 2013-14.

             The outlay of Rs. 335.00 lakhs proposed during the Annual Plan -2013-14 will tentatively be utilized on following projects:-


                                                                                                                                                          (Rs. In lakhs)

1.

Development of Park in village Sarangpur

15.59

2.

Development of Park in village Lahora 

24.73

3.

Construction of first Floor of Dharamshala at Lahora.

23.28

4.

Replacement of existing Street Light fittings with energy efficient   light fittings in all villages 

10.00

5.

Establishment of Alternative Medical Units in 6 villages

10.00

6.

Renovation of Pond and Providing M.S railing on the retaining wall in village Dhanas  & Khuda Jassu

30.00

7.

Balance payment for laying of interlocking paver blocks along circular road of village Lahora.

56.20

8.

Balance payment for purchase of dumper placer (Chassis) for carrying the garbage from villages to the dumping ground.

31.33

9.

Fabrication of lifting tipping & dismounting hydraulic system on 5 No. dumper placers.

6.67

10.

Purchase of 30 Nos. garbage bins of 4.5 cum capacity for keeping in villages.

16.30

11.

Funds to be provided for cleanliness and   Sanitation in all U.T. villages to the Gram Panchayats.

70.00

12.

Providing infrastructural facilities to Panchayat Samiti & Zila Parishad including pay of establishment, fuel charges of vehicle, office expenses etc.

50.00

13.

Provision of street lights from airport road to village Behlana.

10.00

TOTAL

354.10

2.         Empowerment of Women 

Approved outlay:  
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 10.00 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs. 1.80 lakhs

          This is a continue scheme, which aims at empowering the women by     bringing awareness among them about the family health, child care, nutrition including nutritive cooking for  providing balanced diet to the family, domestic cleanliness, environmental sanitation, avoiding wasteful expenditure on rituals, importance of education for children between the age group of 6 to 11 years, small savings etc.  The other objective of the scheme is to train the women folk of rural area in matters like day-care services, raising and preserving vegetables and fruits, tailoring and knitting, soap making, candle making, mat and basket making, embroidery etc.  All these activities are conducive to adding to the family income of the rural households, thus making the role of women vital in domestic life. 

           The scheme is implemented in following two parts:-


i)         Training of Associate Women Workers :

Approved outlay:     
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 4.00 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs. 0.80 lakhs

          Under this part of the Plan Scheme, the rural women/girls are trained in matters like family health, child care, nutrition, domestic and environmental sanitation, small saving etc. at the Home Science College, Chandigarh for a period of 5 days  and during the training period the trainees are given stipend and food charges. 

           During the 12th Five Year Plan 2012-17, an amount of Rs 4.00 lakhs has been approved  for the purpose against which an amount of Rs.0.80 lakh had been  utilized in the Annual Plan 2012-13, and 50 Nos. women/girls were trained during 2012-13.   Similar outlay of Rs.0.80 lakh has been approved for the Annual Plan 2013-14, which will be utilized as under to achieve a target of   50 Nos. women/girls trainees :-

S.No.

Item

Amount to be spent  during 2013-14

1

Stipend per trainee per day

220/-

2

Food charges per trainee per day

100/-

 

                               Total

320/-

ii)      Promotion of Mahila Mandals:

Approved outlay:     
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 6.50 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs. 1.00 lakhs

           The Mahila Mandals have been established in all the villages and have been registered under the Societies Registration Act.  With the objective to equip the rural women to undertake income-generating activities like day care services, raising and preserving vegetables and fruits, tailoring and knitting, embroidery, soap-making, mat and basket-making, candle-making etc., financial assistance is afforded to Mahila Mandals of U.T. villages.  In turn, the Mahila Mandals   arrange demonstration/training to the rural women in the above activities.   

            The scheme has been approved for continuation during the 12th Five Year Plan 2012-17 also with an outlay of Rs.6.50 lakhs. During the Annual Plan 2012-13, a sum of Rs 1.00 lakh had been utilized for providing financial assistance to 02 Mahila Mandals at the rate of Rs.50000/- each.    Similar outlay of Rs.1.00 lakh has been approved in the Annual Plan 2013-14, with which 02 Mahila Mandals will be assisted.

3.         Association and involvement of PRI Representatives in Development process.

Approved outlay:     
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 10.00 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs.   2.00 lakhs

          Under this scheme, the elected representatives of the Panchayati Raj Institutions i.e. the Gram Panchayats, Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad are imparted trainings on the provisions of Punjab Panchayati Raj Act, 1994 and regarding their role in the process of development and upliftment of the economic status of village residents.  They are also apprised about the details and modalities of various development and welfare schemes of the Chandigarh Administration being implemented in the rural area.  The training is arranged in collaboration with the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Public Administration, Centre for Research in Rural & Industrial Development (CRRID) and also in any reputed institutions like National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad so that the elected representatives are able to play vital role in the development process.

           During the 12th  Five Year Plan 2012-17, an outlay of Rs. 10.00 lakhs stands approved, against which an amount of Rs 2.00 lakhs had been  utilized during  the current Annual Plan 2012-13. 

              For the next Annual Plan 2013-14, similar amount of Rs 2.00 lakhs has been approved for arranging the training of the elected representatives of the Panchayati Raj.    

4.         Establishment of Rural Libraries. 

Approved outlay:     
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 6.00 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs.  3.20 lakhs

           This is a new scheme, the objective of which is to bring more awareness among the residents of villages about day to day happenings in the country and the World.  Under this scheme, it is proposed to establish Libraries in the villages, where the residents can avail the facility of reading newspapers, magazines and books.     For this purpose, financial assistance will be given on yearly basis to the Gram Panchayats at the rate of Rs 50000/- each, who intend to open and maintain the Libraries in their villages.   

                For opening and operating the libraries, the accommodation has been identified in villages and the financial assistance will be afforded in following order:-

1.  Behlana
2. Mauli Jagran
3.   Daria
4. Khuda Jassu
5. Dhanas
6. Khuda Lahora
7. Khuda Alisher
8. Raipur Kalan 
9. Kaimbwala
10. Raipur Khurd
11. Sarangpur
12. KishangarhKishangarh

An outlay of Rs 6.00 lakhs has been approved for the 12th Five Year Plan 2012-17 for opening and operating the libraries in villages, against which  an amount of Rs 1.00 lakh had been utilized during the Annual Plan 2012-13, with which 02 Libraries have been opened in U.T villages.  For the next Annual Plan 2013-14, an amount of Rs. 3.20 lakh is proposed with which 02 more Libraries will be opened and operated in the rural area.

The amount proposed in the Annual Plan 2013-14 will be tentatively utilized us under:-
 

                                                                                                                                             (Rs in lakhs)

1.      

Funds required for opening 2 new Libraries.

1.00

2.    

Wages of 4 Librarian & 4 Helpers.

2.20

 

5. Enforcement of Building Rules. 

Approved outlay:     
12th Plan 2012-17 
: Rs. 3.50 lakhs

Approved outlay Annual Plan 2013-14

: Rs.  3.00 lakhs

            The Chandigarh Administration is in the process of framing Building Rules for the rural area of U.T. villages to check and control the haphazard construction activity, which is taking place in villages.  The Building Rules for U.T. villages are going to be finalized very shortly and these will become applicable probably from the year 2013-14.     In order to enforce the building rules and to regulate the construction in the villages, the following posts are proposed to be created under this Plan Scheme  :-

S.No.

Name of the Post

No. of Post

Pay scale

1.

Junior Engineer (Civil)

01

10300-34800 + Grady Pay Rs.3800

2.

Draftsman

02

10300-34800 + Grady Pay Rs.3800

3.

Sr. Assistant

01

10300-34800 +Grady Pay Rs.3800

4.

Clerk

03

5910-20200 +Grade Pay 2400

5.

Peon

02

4900-10680 +Grade Pay Rs.1300

Requirement of Funds

Name   of post

No. of Post

Pay Scale

Funds required  during the 12th 5-Year Plan 2012-17

Funds required during 2013-14 

Junior Engineer(Civil)   

01

10300-34800 + Grady Pay Rs.3800

20.75

3.45

Draftsman  

02

10300-34800 + Grady Pay Rs.3800

41.50

6.90

Sr. Assistant   

01

10300-34800 + Grady Pay Rs.3800

20.75

3.45

Clerk    

03

5910-20200 + Grade Pay 2400

35.00

6.00

Peon     

02

4900-10680 + Grade Pay Rs.1300

17.50

3.00

                            Total

135.50

22.80

           Thus, an outlay of Rs.135.50 lakhs was approved for the 12th 5-Year Plan 2012-17 to meet the pay and allowance of the staff for enforcement of the building Rules in the rural area of U.T., Chandigarh, against which an amount of Rs.3.00 lakhs will be required during the Annual Plan 2013-14. 
               Accordingly, a token provision of Rs 3.00 lakhs has been made for the purpose in the Annual Plan 2013-14.

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ANNUAL PLAN 2013-14       –     APPROVED OUTLAY

S.No.

Major Heads/Minor Heads of Development

12th Plan 2012-17 Projection

Annual Plan 2012-13

Annual Plan 2013-14

Approved Outlay

Actual Expenditure

Outlay

Of which capital component

0

1

2

4

5

6

7

1.

Strengthening of Infrastructure

1270.00

254.00

167.42

335.00

-

2.

Empowerment of Women :

 

 

 

 

 

i)

Training of Associate Women Workers

4.00

0.80

0.80

0.80

-

ii)

Promotion of Mahila Mandals.

6.50

1.00

1.00

1.00

-

3.

Association and involvement of Panchayati Raj representatives in development process.

10.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

-

4.

Establishment of Rural Libraries

6.00

1.00

1.00

3.20

-

5.

Enforcement of Building Rules

3.00

1.20

-

3.00

-

 

                             Total

1300.00

260.00

172.22

345.00

-

 

 

ANNUAL PLAN 2013-14 - PHYSICAL TARGETS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

        S.No.

Major Heads/Minor Heads of Development

Unit

Physical Targets

Actual Achievement 2012-13

 Targets Annual Plan 2013-14

Remarks

 

12th Plan 2012-17

Annual Plan 2012-13

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1.

Strengthening of Infrastructure

-

-

-

-

-

-

2.

Empowerment of Women :

 

 

 

 

 

 

       i)

Training of Associate Women Workers

Nos.

250

50

50

50

-

       ii)

Promotion of Mahila Mandals.

Nos.

13

02

02

02

-

3.

Association and involvement of Panchayati Raj representatives in development process.

-

-

-

-

-

-

4.

Establishment of Rural Libraries

Nos.

12

02

02

02

-

5.

Enforcement of Building Rules

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

WOMEN COMPONENT (WC) IN THE STATE PLAN PROGRAMMES

 ANNUAL STATE PLAN 2013-14 – PHYSICAL TARGETS AND ACHIEVEMENTS: PROPOSALS FOR WC

Sr. No.

Major Head/Sub-head/Schemes

Unit

Eleventh Plan (2007-12)

 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17) Target

Annual Plan  (2012-13)

Annual Plan
2013-14  Target

Target

Actual Achievement

Target

Achievement

0.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

Strengthening of Infrastructure

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2.

Empowerment of women

i)

Training of Associate Women Workers

Nos

300

310

250

50

50

50

ii)

Promotion of Mahila Mandals

Nos.

13

15

13

02

02

02

3.

Association & involvement of PRI representative in development process

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4

Establishment of Rural Libraries

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5.

Enforcement of building rules

-

-

-

-

-

-

-