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Year end review - 2019 : Ministry of Rural Development
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V. Other initiatives

a. Release of Social Audit Guidelines: The guidelines for Social Audit in PMAY-G have been prepared in consultation with National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRD&PR). The same were released on 13th November 2019 by Hon'ble Minister of State for Rural Development. The States/UTs have initiated the process of conducting social audit of the scheme in the Gram Panchayats as per the guidelines issued.

b. Release of Standard Operation Procedure (SoP) in respect of Unwilling Beneficiary of PMAY-G: The SoP had been prepared in consultation with all the States / UTs and have been issued by MoRD on 13.12.2019. The SoP covers almost all scenarios where the beneficiary is unable to construct his/her PMAY-G house due to reasons such as permanent migration, beneficiary not traceable, beneficiary residing in reserved forests, to name a few. The guidelines also detail out the actions to be taken by the State, District and Block agencies in such cases.

c. Celebration of Awaas Diwas: Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi released the Framework For Implementation (FFI) of PMAY-G and formally launched the scheme on 20th November, 2016 in Agra, U.P.

Since then, every year, 20th November is celebrated as Awaas Diwas nation-wide. In present year also on 20th November, 2019, all the states/UTs celebrated Awaas Diwas or Awaas Saptah with zeal and enthusiasm wherein various activities were undertaken with active participation from the beneficiaries of PMAY-G.

Some of the common activities include:

i. Sensitization of beneficiaries about PMAY-G viz. number of installments in which assistance is provided to beneficiary, availability of different housing designs available in that area, awareness about mason training program and availability of trained masons.

ii. Organizing interaction of PMAY-G beneficiaries with local banks to facilitate loan to beneficiaries of PMAY-G.

iii. Organizing Bhoomi Pooja, Grehpravesh in presence of state dignitaries.

d. Financial Reconciliation Module and Admin Module: Administrative Fund Management System i.e. Admin Module has been developed to track the flow of admin funds till end user level through AwaasSoft. This module also helps in tracking activity-wise flow of admin funds.

Further, to rectify discrepancies in the financial progress reports of AwaasSoft and to ensure accounting compliance, Financial Reconciliation Module has been developed. These modules were made mandatory to use with effect from 1st September 2019.

e. House Quality Review Application - Geo-tagged photographs of the PMAY-G houses at different stages of construction including completion are being captured in AwaasSoft. MoRD with the help of NIC has developed a "House quality review application" in AwaasSoft to review the quality of the houses using the captured geo-tagged photographs.

f. National Awards: Every year Ministry organizes National Awards ceremony towards the year-end wherein the Hon'ble Minister of Rural Development in presence of the other dignitaries of MoRD, awards trophies and certificates to the best performing States, Districts and Blocks for various MoRD schemes including PMAY-G.

Also, individual awards and certificates are given to officials / functionaries from State, District, Block and Panchayat for their contribution towards the implementation of PMAY-G.

This year also, National Awards Distribution function was held on 19th December, 2019 wherein Awards were presented to various categories in respect of PMAY-G.

g. Workshop with building materials manufacturers and suppliers' association for ensuring Sustained availability of good quality construction materials- The enormous housing targets under PMAY-G demands a huge supply of construction materials which may lead to its scarcity, resulting in an increase in the cost of the materials and supply of degraded materials to meet the demand.

The issue of sustained availability of good quality construction materials is being approached by the MoRD from both demand and supply side.

With this background, a workshop was organized with building materials manufacturers and suppliers' association to augment sustained availability of good quality construction materials under PMAY-G on 17th July 2019.

h. Updation of Permanent Wait List : Requests have been received from States / UTs with regard to inclusion of those households who though eligible for assistance under PMAY-G as per the parameters specified under SECC-2011, but have not been included in the list of eligible beneficiaries.

Since a provision in this regard already exists in the Framework for Implementation of PMAY-G, Ministry of Rural Development has developed Mobile Application "Awaas+", as well as a module in AwaasSoft to capture details of such beneficiaries. Last date for completion of this exercise was 7th March, 2019.

Ministry has already constituted a Committee of Experts for analysis of the data captured using mobile application "Awaas+" so as to arrive at the most logical methodology to identify and including the most deserving households in the PWL for aiding under PMAY-G.

i. Mason Training

One of the major initiatives of Minisry of Rural Development in the direction of improving the quality of PMAY-G houses and providing livelihood opportunities has been towards ensuring 'Skill Development of Rural Masons'.

This is being done through a formal mechanism of training, assessment and certification. Ministry of Rural has developed Rural Mason Qualification Pack (QP) in consultation with Construction Skill Development Council of India (CSDCI) and got it approved by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). As on 1st December, 2019, a total of 90,469 have been enrolled for mason training out of which 79,680 have been assessed and 54,990 have been certified under rural mason training programme

j. House Design Typologies

Department of Rural Development in this direction in collaboration with UNDP and IIT, Delhi had taken up studies in 18 States viz., West Bengal, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Sikkim, Manipur, Chattisgarh, Tripura, Meghalaya, Maharashtra, Bihar, Odisha, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Mizoram, and Rajasthan.

The states have been divided into different housing zones which have been identified on the basis of local materials and technologies, vulnerability to disasters / hazards, livelihood aspects linked to housing designs and existing community skills.

The housing zones identified in a State also took into consideration the prevailing socio-cultural practices. Different house design typologies that are suitable for different housing zones have been identified for the above States.

A Compendium titled 'Pahal' comprising of 106 identified house design typologies has also been compiled by the MoRD. The compendium aims to provide government decision makers, engineers engaged in PMAY-G implementation, Panchayats, masons and potential beneficiary households with wider range of options related to designs, materials and technologies for implementation of PMAY-G.

House design typologies have also been developed by Gujarat, Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab & Tamil Nadu. States/ UTs are encouraged to adopt design typologies compiled in 'Pahal' and/ or developed by the States.

Demonstration houses based on house design typologies are constructed in the States of Tripura, Sikkim and Maharashtra.

k. Regional Workshops on "Sharing of Best Practices": Regional workshops for sharing of best practices were organized for Northern, Eastern, Western, North-Eastern and Southern States. The objective of the workshop was to

i. Inculcate and adopt best practices: During these workshops all the participant states share the best practices adopted by the States to improves scheme implementation.

ii. Address open issues and challenges: Officials from various divisons of MoRD and other related Central Government Departments like National Informatics Centre (NIC), Internal Finance Division (IFD), Public Finance Management System (PFMS), Construction Skill Development Council (CSDC), Chief Controller of Accounts (CCA) also accompanied during these workshops held at various locations across India. The purpose is to address issues raised by the participant States / UTs and try to solve maximum issues on the on the spot.

iii. The Regional Workshops were held at the following places.

S. No. Region Participating States Date and Place of Conduct
1. North Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh 29th 30th July 2019, Uttarakhand
2. East Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh 8th 9th August 2019, Madhya Pradesh
3. West Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Goa, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli 19th 20th September 2019, Daman & Diu
4. North-East Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Assam, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura 23rd 24th October 2019, Mizoram
5. South Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep 11th 12th November 2019, Kerala

VI. Achievements

Progress in PMAY-G
Parameter Achievement (in lakhs)
Phase-1 (2016-19) Phase-2(2019) Cumulative
Total Target 99.99 60.00 159.99
Target allocated 99.99 51.05 151.04
Registrations 113.72 40.02 153.74
Geo-tagged 108.34 37.11 145.46
Sanctions 97.90 39.79 137.69
No. of 1st instalments released 96.72 34.76 131.48
No. of 2nd instalments released 91.69 13.58 105.28
No. of 3rd instalments released 87.03 4.46 91.50
Completions 85.89 3.06 88.95
(taken from Awaas Soft MIS, as on 16th Dec 2019)

Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM)

1. Background:

i. Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM) is focused on comprehensive development of 300 clusters spread across 29 States and 6 Union Territories of the country. These clusters are identified in rural regions displaying potential for economic growth through presence of thematic livelihood activities, increasing population and non-farm employment.

The Mission is being implemented with an aim to transform these clusters by focusing on developing skills, strengthening economic activities and provision of crucial basic infrastructure amenities in an equitable and time-bound manner. 'Integrated Cluster Action Plans (ICAPs) comprising all these components are prepared for every cluster.

Achievements of Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM)

o 9 Empowered Committee meetings were organized under the guidance of Joint Secretary (PP&M)
o 56 nos. of Integrated Cluster Action Plans (ICAPs) from 17 States and 2 UTs were presented before the EC and approved by the Ministry
o 113 DPRs from States/UTs have submitted to Ministry
o 1 Cluster have been submitted by 1 State and approved by the Ministry
o Rs. 197.91 crore has been released to States/UTs as 1st instalment of CGF
o Rs. 87.51.14 crore has been released to States as 2nd instalment of CGF
o Guidelines for Spatial Planning of Rurban Clusters have been finalized & a National Workshop was organized to brainstorm on this framework was organized on 24th February 2019.
o An Experience sharing National workshop was organized with elected members in New Delhi in June to showcase the works being done under the mission. The meeting was attended by more than 275 participants which includes over 80 elected representatives from the States and Union Territories

o Seven Cluster have initiated the process of draft spatial plan and have prepared a preliminary spatial plan. A workshop was conducted to review the Spatial plan prepared by five States and for finalization data design standards was held on 30th and 31st October 2019

o RurbanSoft MIS Portal was developed to digitalize the monitoring of the scheme. States/UTs are pursued to enter the data related to approved Clusters, ICAPs, Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) & Monthly Progress Reports (MPRs) online. As on 17th December 2019, 268 ICAPs, 283 Clusters and 82DPRs freezed in RurbanSoft

o PFMS integration with MIS portal for payment to vendors to simplify fund flow mechanism is being executed

Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)

Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY), a pathbreaking initiative in rural development was launched by the Hon'ble Prime Minister on 11 October 2014 with the objective of creating 'Adarsh Grams' across the country. The scheme Guidelines for SAGY-I (2014-19) called upon the Hon'ble Members of Parliament to make one Gram Panchayat of their choice, a Model Village by 2016, and another two by 2019.

From 2019, under SAGY-II (2014-19) each Member of Parliament during his/her tenure may develop five model villages (one per year) in his/her area till 2024. The Hon'ble MPs adopted 1733 Gram Panchayats under Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana across the country as of 16 December 2019. These 'Adarsh Grams' serve as 'nucleus of health, cleanliness, greenery and cordiality' within the village community becoming schools of local development and governance, inspiring neighbouring Gram Panchayats.

Towards holistic development, the Gram Panchayats under the guidance of Hon'ble MPs, follow a structured process of environment creation, social mobilisation, resource mapping and participatory development planning. They prepare Village Development Plans (VDP) containing prioritised time-bound projects to achieve holistic progress of the village, through the convergence of resources.

So far, total number of GPs identified by Hon'ble MPs is 1493 under SAGY-I and 240 under SAGY-II. VDPs have been prepared by 1330 Gram Panchayats containing 70,237 activities of which implementation of 43,615 (62%) activities have already been completed under SAGY-I.

National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP)

National social assistance programme (NSAP) is targeted at any such person who has little or no regular means of subsistence from his/her own source of income or financial support from family members or other sources, to be identified by States/UTs. With the objective of providing basic level of financial support, NSAP covers a total of 2.84 crore beneficiaries.

Funds amounting to Rs. 3633.30 Crore (40%) havealso been released to the States/UT's. At present NSAP includes five sub-schemes as its components IGNOAPS, IGNWPS, IGNDPS, NFBS, Annuparna.

Achievement under NSAP scheme in 2019

o As on 30.11.2019, An amount of Rs. 6000.00 Crore released to States/UTs for disbursement of benefit to all the eligible beneficiaries under schemes of NSAP.
o During the year 2019, 2.84 crore beneficiaries benefitted under the schemes of NSAP.
o Total 13 Crore Digital Transactions reported by the States/UTs under the NSAP schemes.
o Data of all beneficiaries of NSAP schemes has been digitized over NSAP portal.
o Biometric Aadhaar authentication and Annual Life Certificate (Jivan -Praman) system, e-pramaan has been started.
o Social Audit is a concept that has become popular and relevant in the context of good governance. It is an important tool to empower people and ensure their participation in implementation of a scheme. To conduct social audit, Guidelines and SoP are released.
o Pilot on Social Audit is successfully completed in 05 States and the same has been started in 10 States.

Concluded....


* Press Information Bureau wrote this article which was published at The Sangai Express
This article was webcasted on January 30, 2020



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