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Sub:  Brief Note on Urban Local Bodies Department.

Over the past two decades, many countries in Asia have experienced rapid economic growth. This has led to a rapid rise in their urban population. The 74th Constitutional Amendment Act of India lays the foundation for a sustainable Urban Governance System in the Country. While the national governments pursue the goals of economic development, it is generally left for the local governments to manage the rapidly growing urban areas, and to provide the basic services to the residents.  In India, Urban Local Bodies are the constitutionally provided administrative units, who provides basic infrastructure and services in urban areas i.e cities and towns.

To have better co-ordination and control on the working of municipalities in the State, the Directorate of Urban Local Bodies Department, Haryana was established on 1st April, 1982. The Department was established to give impetus to the 74th Amendment of the Constitution and to lay a solid foundation for the Urban Development in the State of Haryana. Haryana is one of the most progressive States in India and its people are quite proactive in keeping themselves abreast of the changing global landscape. With rapid urbanization, growing needs of the citizens for efficient & effective service delivery, better civic amenities thereby providing better living standards, the activities of the department have multiplied manifolds. For efficient and effective service delivery, the Department is encouraging replacement of traditional delivery system of public services by new and improved system of governance that works better, costs less and is capable of serving the citizens’ needs with ease.

Long term objectives:

The central government further felt a major need to set up an initiative that will provide reform linked assistance to State Governments and ULBs in the country. In line with the expectations of the Central Government, the Urban Local Bodies Department is also proactive towards the changing environment and is laying its focus on the efficiency in urban infrastructure and service delivery mechanisms, community participation, and accountability of ULBs/ Parastatal agencies towards citizens. The Department, having recognized the need to integrate the reform initiatives and scale up the effort to catalyse investment in urban infrastructure across States in the country, is taking several measures.  The Department would ensure the proper and timely wardbandi of all the urban local bodies for proper and active participation of public through election process in the developmental works of ULBs.

Medium Term Objectives:

At Present, there are 9 Municipal Corporations, 19 Municipal Councils and 50 Municipal Committees in the state which are headed by Municipal Commissioners and other established officers. The financial position of Urban Local Bodies in Haryana is not so sound. The maximum of the total revenue of these bodies is spent on establishment, thereby having very little for development works and for providing civic amenities.

The Urban Local Bodies are now functioning as autonomous institutions. The resource base of these bodies requires to be substantially augmented in order to enable to them to be viable units of local administration. Despite various enabling legislation for empowerment the Urban Local Bodies could not become viable units of self Government due to their poor financial base and weak organizational capacity. Hence, specific powers, authorities and funds needs to be devolved to these bodies to enable them to be effective units of decentralized Governance.

The Government of India and State Government has launched various urban poverty alleviation and slum development schemes and the Department would focus on that the benefits of these scheme flow to genuine and eligible beneficiaries and achieve the ultimate goal of upliftment of living standard of urban poor.

The brief of each scheme is given as under:-

  1. Scheme for Development of SC Basties

The object of the scheme is to provide benefits to SC basties other than those covered under the scheme of Development of Municipal Wards with more than 50% SC population.  During the current financial year 2014-15, a budget provision of  Rs. 50.00 crore has been made, out of which Rs.  50.00 crore has been released to the municipalities.  An amount of Rs.55.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Kurukshetra Development Board:

Kurukshetra Development Board has been constituted with the sole purpose of taking up the development of historical places in and around Kurukshetra.  There was a budget provision of Rs. 5.00 for FY 2014-15 and the same is proposed in revised budget 2014-15, out of which an amount of Rs. 3.25 core is released to Kurukshetra Dev. Board.  For next FY 2015-16, an amount of Rs. 5.00 crore is proposed

  1. Urban Solid Waste Management

The MCs are monitoring the sanitation in the towns, but the Solid Waste Management System as a whole needs to be improved.  There was a budget provision of Rs. 50.00 for FY 2014-15 and the same is proposed in revised budget 2014-15, out of which an amount of Rs. 27.50 core is released to MCs.  For next FY 2015-16, an amount of Rs. 55.00 crore is proposed.

  1. Training of Women Councilors

Government has provided training to 623 women councilors of MCs through HIPA, Gurgaon, during 2007-08 to 2013-14.  During current FY 2014-15, an amount of 3.00 lakh is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, in FY 2015-16,. An amount of Rs. 3.30 lakh is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Grant for Development of MC’s on the recommendation of 13th Central Finance Commission for strengthening of fire services:

For the implementation of the recommendations of 13th Central Finance Commission, a provision of Rs. 25.00 crore was made in Budget 2014-15, but due to receipt of Rs. 50.00 crore for the year 2012-13 and 2013-14, with the prior approval of Finance Department, an amount of Rs. 50.00 crore has been released and another case for the release of Rs. 25.00 crore is in process. As such, an amount of Rs. 75.00 crore is proposed in revised budget 2014-15 and Rs.1.00 lacs is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. State Finance Commission (SFC)

Consequent to 73rd and 74th Constitutional amendments each State has to Constitute a State Finance Commission (SFC) after expiry of every five years. The basic purpose of the SFC is to make recommendations as to the sharing of State revenues with the rural  and Urban local bodies, determination of the taxes, duties, tolls, fees etc. which may be assigned to or appropriated by the local bodies, principles for grants-in-aid to these bodies  and the recommend measures needed to improve the financial Status of Panchayats and the Municipalities. SFC is a constitutional body, the scope and task of which is embodied in Articles 243-I and 243-Y of the Constitution.

On the recommendations of the State Finance Commission, Rs. 152.53 crore has been released to the municipalities during the financial year 2014-15. During the current financial year 2014-15, a provision of Rs. 152.53 crore has been proposed in revised budget.  Further, an amount of Rs. 165.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Shifting of Milk Dairies out of MC limits

This scheme provides grants to urban local bodies to shift the milk dairies from the thickly populated areas to outside areas of towns. Accordingly, in current financial year 2014-15 a provision of Rs. 0.50 crore has been proposed in revised budget and for next FY 2015-16 Rs.0.55 crore is proposed.

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission, Haryana (RGUDMH)

The State Government launched the Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission (RGUDMH) for urban infrastructure development programme in a mission mode approach, in all the urban local bodies of the State.  Under the Mission, Rs. 470.58 crore was released to the municipalities during 2013-14. During the current financial year 2014-15, a budget provision of Rs.  717.52 crore has been made, out of which Rs.  637.09 crore has been released to the municipalities.  An amount of Rs.717.52 crore is proposed in revised Budget 2014-15 to meet the demand from ULB. Further, an amount of Rs. 789.00 crore is proposed in budget 2015-16. Latest guidelines is attached herewith.

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Shahri Bhagidari Yojana (RGSBY)

To institutionalize the participation of citizens in the functioning of municipal bodies by setting up ward committees and area Sabhas in urban areas, on the pattern of matching grant scheme executed in Panchayati Raj Institutions in Haryana, the Government of Haryana has launched Rajiv Gandhi Shahri Bhagidari Yojna (RGSBY) with the proposed contribution of State Govt and public in the ratio of 60:40. RGSBY will focus on the components like construction and management of community halls / centres, development and maintenance of community parks, construction and maintenance of roads and back lanes on regular basis, construction and management of community toilets, construction and management of cattle ponds for stray animals, installation and maintenance of street lights, infrastructure for door to door collection and transportation of solid waste/garbage and internal colony water supply /sewage system.

An amount of Rs. 0.50 crore is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, an amount of Rs. 0.55 crore is proposed for FY 2015-16. 

  1. Contribution to Urban Local Bodies from the proceeds of Stamp Duty to Municipal Corporations.

The scheme is aimed at to strengthen the financial position of Municipal Corporations, as such, a provision of Rs. 400.00 crore was made in budget 2014-15 and the same amount is proposed in revised budget 2014-15, out of which an amount of 304.11 crore has been released to Municipal Corporations.  Further, an amount of Rs. 440.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Contribution to Urban Local Bodies from the proceeds of Stamp Duty to Municipal Councils/Committees.

The scheme is aimed at to strengthen the financial position of Municipal Councils/Committees, as such, a provision of Rs. 200.00 crore was made in budget 2014-15 and the same amount is proposed in revised budget 2014-15, out of which an amount of 138.54 crore has been released to Municipal Councils/Committees.  Further, an amount of Rs. 220.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Scheme for upgradation of choupals / community centres in the municipalities of the State.

The State Government introduced a scheme for upgradation of choupals / community centres in the municipalities of the State. Choupals / Community centres are public locations where members of a community tend to gather for group activities, social support, public information, and other purposes. They may sometimes be open for the whole community or for a specialized group within the greater community. Moreover, it becomes difficult for small and medium sized cities to maintain the existing choupals / community centres due to lack of adequate capacity and resources. Therefore, it was felt that municipalities need to be assisted, in terms of resources for creation and upgradation of choupals / community centres from the State. During the current financial year 2014-15, a budget provision of Rs.  98.55 crore has been made under the scheme, but in view of nil expenditure upto 31-12-2014, an amount of Rs. 30.00 crore is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, an amount of Rs.100.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Scheme for compensation of loss of commercial property of Small Shopkeepers, Rehriwalas, Khokha/ Kiosk owners because of fire, electrical hazards, floods, earthquakes or natural disaster.

          It has been observed that small shop owners, rehriwalas, fadiwalas and khokha / kiosk owners do not have capital investment to restart their business after loss or damage caused due to fire, electrical hazards, flood and other natural calamities. They often do not have insurance cover on account of ignorance, lack of interest or lack of financial resources cover on account of ignorance premium. These result in loss of livehood once their business is affected due to accidents for giving assistance to the needy and eligible persons who suffer loss of commercial property due to loss or damage caused on account of fire, floods, electrical hazards, natural calamities have been proposed. Accordingly, State Government has launched new scheme for compensation of loss of commercial property of small shopkeepers, Rehriwalas, Fadiwalas, Khokha/Kiosk owners because of fire, electrical hazards, floods, earthquakes or natural disaster  During the current financial year 2014-15, a budget provision of Rs.  10.00 crore has been made under the scheme, but in view of expenditure of 1.02 crore upto 31-12-2014, an amount of Rs. 10.00 crore is proposed in revised budget 2014-15. Further, an amount of Rs.10.00 crore is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Strengthening of Fire Services:

for strengthening the fire services, in current FY 2014-15, there was a provision of Rs. 5.00 crore and the same is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, an amount of Rs. 5.00 crore is proposed in next FY 2015-16

  1. Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM)

Under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM), 6 Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) amounting to Rs. 768.70 crore for the augmentation of water supply, sewerage, drainage, solid waste management and construction of houses etc. were approved by the Government of India. To implement various components under the said scheme, Rs.  694.82 crore has been utilized by Municipal Corporation, Faridabad upto 30.09.2014. Under the Basic Services to Urban Poors scheme, 2896 units have been constructed in Faridabad against the target of 3248 Dwelling Units.  The term of scheme was extended upto 31-03-2015 by the Govt. of India.  The scheme is funded by GoI, State and ULB in the ratio 50:20:30. However, an amount of Rs. 285.00 lakh is proposed in revised Budget 2014-15 to meet any demand from ULB. Further, an amount of Rs. 40.00 lakh as token amount is proposed in budget 2015-16.

  1. Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small & Medium Town (UIDSSMT)

Under the Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT), nine DPRs for Integrated Solid Waste Management and Sewerage system & Sewerage Treatment Plants for seven towns (Bahadurgarh, Charkhi Dadri, Karnal, Yamunanagar, Ambala, Narnaul and Rohtak), costing of Rs. 201.26 crore, as approved by GoI, are either completed/ under implementation.    The Government of India released Rs. 123.79 crore so far and the State Govt. contributed Rs.  30.95 crore as State share. To implement the works under the scheme, Rs. 151.37 crore has been utilized upto 30.09.2014.   The term of scheme was extended upto 31-03-2014 by the Govt. of India.  The scheme is funded by GoI, State and ULB in the ratio 80:10:10. However, an amount of Rs. 50.00 lakh is proposed in revised Budget 2014-15 to meet any demand from ULB.

  1. Integrated Housing & Slum Development Programme (IHSDP)

The objective of IHSDP is to provide adequate shelter and basic infrastructure facilities to the Slum Dwellers Living in Urban areas. As per the guidelines of the scheme, the States/UTs may avail the central assistance for improvement/ upgradation/ relocation projects including upgradation/new construction of houses and infrastructural facilities like water supply, sewerage, storm water drains, community bath, paving of lanes, street lights, community toilets, etc.  After cancellation/ curtailment, the 23 IHSDP projects of Rs.242.77 crore having provisions of 10327 EWS DUs and providing other basic amenities have been approved by GOI.  As reported by Districts as on 31.12.2014, the construction of all the 10327 DUs (completed 9364 + 963 in progress) have been taken up and works for providing infrastructure was also in progress.   The term of scheme was extended upto 31-03-2015 by the Govt. of India.

  1. Integrated Low Cost Sanitation (ILCS) Scheme

This scheme was launched by the GOI  in 2008 with an objective to convert / construct low cost sanitation units through sanitary  two-pit pour flush latrines with superstructure and to construct new latrines where EWS household (monthly family income upto Rs. 3300/-) have no latrine and follow the inhuman practice of defecating in the open in urban areas.

  1. Rajiv AwasYojana (RAY)

The Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India has recently issued modified guidelines of Rajiv AwasYojana (RAY).  The Yojana envisages a ‘Slum-free India’ with inclusive and equitable cities in which every citizen has access to basic civic and social services and decent shelter. The duration of Rajiv AwasYojana will be upto the year 2022. The Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India has approved seven projects of `475.35 crore, out of which the GOI share (ACA) is  Rs. 356.51 crore. The Govt. of India have released Rs. 108.94 crore as 1st installment for five projects only.  The State Govt., after adding its proportionate share, released  Rs. 127.11 crore for the execution four approved RAY projects at Ambala, Yamunanagar, Sirsa, Rohtak and Hisar to the concerned agencies. The requisite compliance reports in respect of Hansi and Rohtak (Ph-II) have also been submitted to MoHUPA vide letter dated 14.05.2014 and ACA for both the RAY projects at Hansi and Rohtak (Phase-II) is awaited.  Further, ULB Department has submitted five more RAY projects to MoHUPA with the prior approval of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana.  The scheme is funded by GoI, State and ULB in the ratio 75:15:10.  As such, an amount of Rs.30.00 crore is proposed in revised Budget 2014-15 to meet any demand from ULB. Further, an amount of Rs. 50.00 crore is proposed in budget 2015-16.

  1. Scheme of Development of Satellite and Counter Magnet Towns:

In order to develop urban infrastructure facilities, such as transport, drinking water, sewerage, drainage and solid waste management etc at satellite towns of the 7 mega cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Ahmedabad, GoI has approved a scheme of Urban Infrastructure Development in satellite towns around mega cities.  Only Sonepat town of the State is covered under this scheme.  There was a provision of Rs,. 5.18 crore in budget 2014-15 and Rs.4.68 crore  is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, an amount of Rs. 563.70 lacs is proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM)

The NULM has recently been launched with the objective to reduce poverty and vulnerability of the urban poor households by enabling them to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in an appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots level institutions of the poor. The Mission would aim at providing shelter equipped with essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner. In addition, the Mission would also address livelihood concerns of the urban street vendors by facilitating access to suitable spaces, institutional credit, social security and skills to the urban street vendors for accessing emerging market opportunities. The NULM is applicable to the District HQ towns and towns having population above one lakh, as such the urban poor of only 22 towns (21 District HQ towns and Bahadurgarh) of State would be able to get the benefit under NULM.  The NULM will be funded by Govt. of India and State Govt. in the ratio of 75:25. The GOI have allocated Rs. 35.71 crore, but the State Govt. has made a provision of Rs. 10.00 crore only for NULM in current FY 2014-15. Accordingly, an amount of Rs. 20.00 crore is proposed in revised budget 2014-15.  Further, an amount of Rs. 25.00 crore is also proposed for next FY 2015-16.

  1. Swachh Haryana Swachh Bharat Abhiyan:

This scheme is a new scheme and its guidelines are yet to receive.  As such, an amount of Rs. 1.00 lakh as token money is proposed for next FY 2015-16

  1. Smart City:

This scheme is a new scheme and its guidelines are yet to receive.  As such, an amount of Rs. 1.00 lakh as token money is proposed for next FY 2015-16

  1. New Urban Renewal Mission:

This scheme is a new scheme and its guidelines are yet to receive.  As such, an amount of Rs. 1.00 lakh as token money is proposed for next FY 2015-16

From

 

Additional Chief Secy. to Govt. Haryana,

Urban Local Bodies Department.

To

 

  1.     All the Divisional Commissioner in the State of Haryana.
  2. All the Deputy Commissioner in the State of Haryana.
  3. The Commissioner,

All the Municipal Corporations in the State of Haryana.

  1. The Executive Officers/Secretaries of

All the Municipal Councils/Committees in the State.

 

Memo No. 14/103/2014-4CI

Dated :- 1.9.2014

Subject:-    Re-revised Guidelines for utilization of grant under share of surcharge on VAT for Urban Local Bodies Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission Haryana (RGUDMH).

Reference this office Memo No. 14/154/11-4CI, dated 31.10.2011 and Memo No. 14/103/2014-4CI, dated 8.5.2014 on the subject cited above.

  1. The State Government had launched a State-wide Urban Infrastructure Development Programme namely Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission, Haryana (RGUDMH), on mission mode approach, in all the Urban Local Bodies of the State with the objective to strive for integrated development of the city/town in a holistic manner within a time frame of five years, with focus on the efficiency in urban infrastructure/services delivery mechanism, community participation and accountability of Urban Local Bodies /parastatals towards citizens.
  2. Now, the State Government has approved the revised guidelines for utilization of grant under Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission Haryana (RGUDMH) Share of Surcharge on VAT for Urban Local Bodies copy of the same is enclosed.

 

DA/As above                                               Sd/-

Superintendent Committee-I

for  Additional Chief Secy. to Govt. Haryana

Urban Local Bodies Department.

 

Endst No. 14/103/2014-4CI                                           dated:1.9.2014

A copy alongwith copy of the above said revised guidelines is forwarded to the Director, Urban Local Bodies, Haryana for information and necessary action.

Sd/-

Superintendent Committee-I

for  Additional Chief Secy. to Govt. Haryana

Urban Local Bodies Department.

Subject:-       Re-revised guidelines for utilization of grant under share of surcharge on VAT for Urban Local Bodies Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission Haryana(RGUDMH).

POLICY DOCUMENT

BACKGROUND

As per 2001 census about 57.30 lacs people reside in Municipal areas which constitutes almost 29% of the total population of the State. The increase in urban population while adding pressure on the existing urban infrastructure has also contributed towards increase in the number of urban poor. Further, it is estimated that the urban slum population in Haryana is about 25% of the Urban Population. The ever increasing number of slum dwellers causes tremendous pressure on urban basic services and infrastructure. In order to cope up with the massive problems that have emerged as a result of rapid urban growth, it has become imperative to draw up a coherent urbanization policy/strategy to implement projects in cities of Haryana on mission mode. With this in view, the Government has decided to launch a State-wide urban infrastructure development programme namely Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission, Haryana (RGUDMH), on mission mode approach, in all the Urban Local Bodies of the state

  1. Mission Objectives :

The objectives of RGUDMH would be an integrated development of the city/town in a holistic manner within a time frame of five years, with focus on efficiency in urban infrastructure / services delivery mechanism, community participation and accountability of urban local bodies / parastatals towards citizens.

  1. Mission Strategy :

It would primarily focus on urban sanitation/cleanliness, civic infrastructure, social services and also improving the living conditions in slums preferably on Public Private Partnership mode in next five years.

  1. Mission Components:

The Mission components are divided into 3 parts as under:-

Sr. no.

 

Description Execution & Nodal Deptt. Source of funds
1. Water supply sewerage & storm water

 

Public Health Engg. Deptt. (PHED) Own budget of PHED
2. Housing HUDA

Town and Country Planning (TCP)

Own budget of HUDA/TCP
3. Infrastructure

 

ULB RGUDMH

The Urban Sanitation / Cleanliness / Solid waste management/other Civic Infrastructure are to be taken in the Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission.

The projects under this component shall be coordinated by Urban Local Bodies Department, Haryana which would include the following :-

  1. a) Urban sanitation/cleanliness, integrated Solid Waste Management including door to door collection, transportation, treatment and disposal in a scientific manner preferably on PPP mode.
  2. b) Other civic & social amenities like drains, parks & open spaces, street lights, roads, community centers, night shelters & community toilets.
  3. c) Development of heritage areas.
  4. d) Construction of building for Municipal Office.
  5. e) The councils/committees shall be able to make payment on account of salary, retiral benefits and pensionary benefits to its employees on priority only in the legal matters from the funds distributed to various ULBs as per the infrastructure gap index. In case payment is to be made other than legal matter, then permission of Govt. shall be sought with proper justification.
  6. f) Water supply and sewerage projects.
  1. Criterion for distribution of funds

                        The funds under this component shall be distributed amongst the eligible Urban Local Bodies based on the Infrastructure Gap Index formulated by the Urban Local  Bodies Department. The Infrastructure Gap Index portrays a composite picture of the Urban Local Bodies which has been formulated considering five different indicators namely, Slum population, Area of ULB, Road length, Water supply and Sewerage coverage and the individual weights apportioned to specific factors are mentioned below:

Sr. No. Indicator %age Weightage 
1 Slum Population 30%
2 Area of Municipality 30%
3. Road length 20%
4 Water supply 10%
5 Sewerage 10%

                         The Infrastructure Gap Index for individual U.L.B. worked as per weightage given above, is as under:-

Sr. No Name of Munic-ipalities Total Population Slum Populaiton                        (30%) Sanitation and Cleanliness (30%) Roads and streets (20%) Water supply                        (10%) Sewerage                                 (10%) Infra. Gap Index  
 as per census 2001 Projected total Population 2011 growth @ 3% per year As per census 2001 Projected Slum Population 2011 growth @ 4% per year

 

% age Factor for slums Tentative Area (in Sq. Km) %age factor for sanitation and cleanliness Tentative Roadlength (IN KM} %age factor for roads %age population covered with W/S Tentative population without water supply % factor for water supply %age population covered with sewer Tentative population without sewerage % factor for sewer-age
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  
                                     
1 Faridabad 1054981 1371475 481131 673583 25.20 208 11.54 1250 18.354 95 68574 6.78 90 137148 6.21 15.99  
2 Gurgaon 201758 960000 32882 230174 8.61 207 11.48 639.2 9.386 95 48000 4.74 85 144000 6.52 9.03  
3 Yamunanagar 290286 377372 76490 107086 4.01 121.00 6.71 406.25 5.965 80 75474 7.46 75 94343 4.27 5.58
4 Panchkula 197250 300000 38905 54467 2.04 112.20 6.22 473.98 6.960 90 30000 2.96 70 90000 4.07 4.57
5 Hisar 256689 333696 76163 106628 3.99 92.78 5.15 202.21 2.969 80 66739 6.59 70 100109 4.53 4.45
6 Ambala 245847 319601 28147 39406 1.47 98.19 5.45 297.30 4.365 90 31960 3.16 45 175781 7.95 4.06
   7 Rohtak 295776 384509 88787 124302 4.65 104.10 5.77 180.82 2.655 95 19225 1.90 90 38451 1.74 4.02
47.71 25%
8 Karnal 273648 355742 57741 80837 3.02 83.46 4.63 259.00 3.803 85 53361 5.27 85 53361 2.41 3.83
9 Panipat 261740 340262 100705 140987 5.28 50.00 2.77 265.94 3.905 90 34026 3.36 85 51039 2.31 3.76
10 Sonepat 214974 279466 73907 103470 3.87 37.15 2.06 148.00 2.173 86 39125 3.87 80 55893 2.53 2.85
11 Kaithal 116455 151392 27696 38774 1.45 43.00 2.38 232.67 3.416 85 22709 2.24 85 22709 1.03 2.16
12 Badhadurgarh 119839 155791 38669 54137 2.03 21.84 1.21 90.00 1.321 70 46737 4.62 60 62316 2.82 1.98
13 Rewari 109148 141892 50693 70970 2.66 22.07 1.22 183.00 2.687 95 7095 0.70 85 21284 0.96 1.87
14 Thanesar 102643 133436 49367 69114 2.59 7.00 0.39 221.45 3.252 90 13344 1.32 75 33359 1.51 1.83
15 Bhiwani 169531 220390 40593 56830 2.13 30.00 1.66 62.25 0.914 90 22039 2.18 75 55098 2.49 1.79
16 Sirsa 160735 208956 50828 71159 2.66 19.74 1.09 76.71 1.126 90 20896 2.06 80 41791 1.89 1.75
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
17 Jind 135855 176612 36515 51121 1.91 30.00 1.66 68.55 1.007 85 26492 2.62 75 44153 2.00 1.74
18 Hansi 75730 98449 31514 44120 1.65 9.07 0.50 146.00 2.144 60 39380 3.89 67 32488 1.47 1.61
19 Palwal 100722 130939 15258 21361 0.80 8.78 0.49 128.14 1.882 75 32735 3.23 70 39282 1.78 1.26
20 Cheeka 32128 41766 10818 15145 0.57 30.72 1.70 58.00 0.852 85 6265 0.62 17 34666 1.57 1.07
27.49 25%
21 Shahabad 37289 48476 7808 10931 0.41 32.63 1.81 38.50 0.565 80 9695 0.96 65 16967 0.77 0.95
22 Tarori 22201 28861 2680 3752 0.14 40.05 2.22 19.50 0.286 90 2886 0.29 0 28861 1.31 0.92
23 Gohana 48532 63092 24010 33614 1.26 6.57 0.36 57.58 0.845 85 9464 0.94 70 18928 0.86 0.83
24 Hodel 38306 49798 14358 20101 0.75 5.39 0.30 91.90 1.349 75 12450 1.23 65 17429 0.79 0.79
25 Narnaul 63567 82637 11048 15467 0.58 10.00 0.55 22.80 0.335 70 24791 2.45 65 28923 1.31 0.78
26 Barwala 33130 43069 19158 26821 1.00 5.00 0.28 8.90 0.131 70 12921 1.28 13 37470 1.70 0.71
27 Tohana 51518 66973 12275 17185 0.64 9.00 0.50 77.21 1.134 90 6697 0.66 80 13395 0.61 0.70
28 Safidon 27542 35805 16802 23523 0.88 10.38 0.58 32.00 0.470 90 3581 0.35 40 21483 0.97 0.66
29 Mandi Dabwali 53812 69956 5426 7596 0.28 22.33 1.24 34.25 0.503 90 6996 0.69 90 6996 0.32 0.66
30 Ladwa 24681 32085 8081 11313 0.42 18.00 1.00 51.84 0.761 95 1604 0.16 65 11230 0.51 0.65
31 Fatehabad 59917 77892 9208 12891 0.48 11.74 0.65 33.73 0.495 85 11684 1.15 80 15578 0.70 0.63
32 Jhajjar 39004 50705 8870 12418 0.46 12.00 0.67 66.90 0.982 85 7606 0.75 95 2535 0.11 0.62
33 Ghraraunda 30172 39224 17523 24532 0.92 4.69 0.26 34.05 0.500 85 5884 0.58 45 21573 0.98 0.61
34 Narwana 50435 65566 17112 23957 0.90 6.50 0.36 30.00 0.440 90 6557 0.65 80 13113 0.59 0.59
35 Assandh 22707 29519 6515 9121 0.34 13.00 0.72 26.25 0.385 90 2952 0.29 0 29519 1.34 0.56
36 Charkhidadri 44892 58360 12717 17804 0.67 5.42 0.30 24.65 0.362 90 5836 0.58 65 20426 0.92 0.51
37 Pehowa 33564 43633 13013 18218 0.68 5.00 0.28 23.40 0.344 80 8727 0.86 65 15272 0.69 0.51
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
38 Ratia 31466 40906 11820 16548 0.62 3.00 0.17 21.00 0.308 90 4091 0.40 10 36815 1.67 0.50
12.18 25%
39 Ellenabad 32795 42634 11289 15805 0.59 8.74 0.48 20.77 0.305 90 4263 0.42 70 12790 0.58 0.48
40 Taoru 17227 22395 8961 12545 0.47 7.80 0.43 16.50 0.242 75 5599 0.55 0 22395 1.01 0.48
41 Dharuhera 18892 24560 5000 7000 0.26 8.00 0.44 27.00 0.396 75 6140 0.61 0 24560 1.11 0.46
42 Bhuna 23194 30152 4638 6493 0.24 7.00 0.39 16.00 0.235 70 9046 0.89 0 30152 1.36 0.46
43 Meham 18166 23616 10476 14666 0.55 9.00 0.50 15.00 0.220 70 7085 0.70 75 5904 0.27 0.46
44 Pataudi 16064 20883 11813 16538 0.62 3.89 0.22 20.00 0.294 80 4177 0.41 0 20883 0.95 0.44
45 Haily Mandi 17072 22194 3193 4470 0.17 16.27 0.90 5.00 0.073 80 4439 0.44 45 12207 0.55 0.43
46 Gannur 29005 37707 337 472 0.02 9.06 0.50 25.00 0.367 75 9427 0.93 35 24510 1.11 0.43
47 Sohna 27571 35842 10976 15366 0.57 6.50 0.36 28.00 0.411 90 3584 0.35 80 7168 0.32 0.43
48 Samalkha 29866 38826 5102 7143 0.27 4.48 0.25 26.20 0.385 70 11648 1.15 55 17472 0.79 0.43
49 Mohindergarh 23977 31170 3464 4850 0.18 12.00 0.67 32.00 0.470 93 2182 0.22 70 9351 0.42 0.41
50 Kharkhoda 18758 24385 5478 7669 0.29 4.00 0.22 42.00 0.617 65 8535 0.84 65 8535 0.39 0.40
51 Naraingarh 18210 23673 5179 7251 0.27 7.93 0.44 50.83 0.746 98 473 0.05 75 5918 0.27 0.39
52 Pundri 17022 22129 6641 9297 0.35 5.89 0.33 21.00 0.308 85 3319 0.33 15 18810 0.85 0.38
53 Uklana Mandi 18584 24159 3717 5204 0.19 6.00 0.33 14.00 0.206 70 7248 0.72 10 21743 0.98 0.37
54 Kalayat 16747 21771 3869 5417 0.20 6.50 0.36
18.25
0.268 80 4354 0.43 0 21771 0.99 0.36
55 Bawanikhera 17438 22669 1922 2691 0.10 7.00 0.39 12.50 0.184 68 7254 0.72 8 20855 0.94 0.35
56 Narnaund 15114 19648 755 1057 0.04 9.00 0.50 16.90 0.248 65 6877 0.68 25 14736 0.67 0.35
57 Julana 14100 18330 2000 2800 0.10 6.70 0.37 25.00 0.367 80 3666 0.36 0 18330 0.83 0.34
58 Loharu 11421 14847 1500 2100 0.08 10.00 0.55 15.00 0.220 65 5196 0.51 30 10393 0.47 0.33
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
59 Punahana 10000 13000 2000 2800 0.10 9.67 0.54 16.00 0.235 75 3250 0.32 0 13000 0.59 0.33
60 F/Jhirkha 17751 23076 1236 1730 0.06 7.00 0.39 18.00 0.264 80 4615 0.46 20 18461 0.84 0.32
61 Rania 20961 27249 3101 4341 0.16 9.00 0.50 9.25 0.136 80 5450 0.54 70 8175 0.37 0.32
62 Kalanwali 18587 24163 5102 7143 0.27 8.50 0.47 11.50 0.169 90 2416 0.24 75 6041 0.27 0.31
63 Kalanaur 16847 21901 2853 3994 0.15 5.70 0.32 21.50 0.316 85 3285 0.32 35 14236 0.64 0.30
64 Siwani 15849 20604 1175 1645 0.06 4.86 0.27 15.00 0.220 70 6181 0.61 8 18956 0.86 0.29
65 Nuh 11038 14349 7425 10395 0.39 4.59 0.25 13.00 0.191 90 1435 0.14 35 9327 0.42 0.29
66 Hathin 10916 14191 2000 2800 0.10 5.00 0.28 22.00 0.323 75 3548 0.35 0 14191 0.64 0.28
67 Nilokheri 16400 21320 2604 3646 0.14 4.00 0.22 32.00 0.470 90 2132 0.21 60 8528 0.39 0.26
68 Beri 16146 20990 3271 4579 0.17 4.50 0.25 15.00 0.220 90 2099 0.21 40 12594 0.57 0.25
69 Sampla 9800 12740 2000 2800 0.10 5.00 0.28 15.00 0.220 70 3822 0.38 60 5096 0.23 0.22
70 Bawal 12016 15621 1509 2113 0.08 3.75 0.21 18.50 0.272 95 781 0.08 5 14840 0.67 0.22
71 Farukh Nagar 9521 12377 2000 2800 0.10 3.28 0.18 13.60 0.200 80 2475 0.24 0 12377 0.56 0.21
72 Kanina 10195 13254 2000 2800 0.10 5.00 0.28 1.50 0.022 80 2651 0.26 0 13254 0.60 0.21
73 Uchana 13635 17726 2054 2876 0.11 3.50 0.19 23.00 0.338 90 1773 0.18 90 1773 0.08 0.18
74 Indri 15236 19807 2032 2845 0.11 2.83 0.16 15.25 0.224 90 1981 0.20 75 4952 0.22 0.17
75 Nissing 11000 14300 2500 3500 0.13 0.95 0.05 11.00 0.162 95 715 0.07 0 14300 0.65 0.16
76 Ateli Mandi 5673 7375 1000 1400 0.05 3.27 0.18 8.50 0.125 95 369 0.04 0 7375 0.33 0.13 25%
77 Rajound

 

 17424 22651 2604 3646 0.14 4.00 0.22 32.00 0.470 90 2132 0.21 60 8528 0.39 0.26  
78 Nagal Chaudhary 15326 19924 2032 2845 0.11 2.83 0.16 15.25 0.224 90 1981 0.20 75 4952 0.22 0.17  
  Total:- 5786590

 

8286511

 

1782041

 

2678995

 

100.21

 

1809.79

 

100.36

 

6857.73

 

100.694

 

6485

 

1016201

 

100.41

 

3823

 

2223223

 

100.61

 

100.44

 

 

                        Based on the Infrastructure Gap Index, the Urban Local Bodies are categorized into following four groups for the purpose of making inter-se allocation of funds:-

Sr. No. Range of Infrastructure Gap Index %age Allocation  of funds
1 Less than 0.5 25%
2 Between 0.5 to 1.0 25%
3. Between 1.0 to 4.0 25%
4 More than 4.0 25%

                        The application of funds will be as under:-

  1. a) 50% of funds shall be distributed for financing Urban Sanitation/Cleanliness/Solid Waste Management/Water supply & Sewerage /other civic infrastructure component on the basis of weighted criteria stated above. The balance funds, if available from other two sub heads can also be utilized under this sub head.
  1. b) 25% of the funds shall be used for viability gap funding for financing the projects under PPP mode. The funding from the mission shall not exceed 20% of the total project cost as the balance project cost is expected from private partner or Implementing unit. However the project shall be recommended by Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana. In case the funds under this sub-head remains unutilized upto the month of Dec., then these shall be clubbed with the funds stated at 4(c) or 4(a).
  1. c) 25% of funds shall be kept for strengthening Urban Infrastructure Schemes as announced by Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana from time to time as per specific needs of the city/area. Additional funds, if any left unutilized under 4(b) upto December can be clubbed under this Head or under head 4(a) as per requirement. Similarly balance funds under this sub head can be utilized under sub head 4(a).
  1. d) All the Committees/councils/Corporations will be eligible to get funds under this    
  1. Duration of Mission :

Duration of mission would be five years beginning from 2010-2011-2015-16. During this period, the Mission would seek to ensure sustainable development of cities in phased manner.

The ULB at city level would identify the gaps in civic Infrastructure and fix the priorities of projects to be undertaken in the mission. The ULB at city level would prepare the Detailed Project Reports for prioritized infrastructure and submit to the Director, Urban Local Bodies through concerned D.C. for approval.

             The execution of these projects after approval/sanction of competent authority shall be done by the respective Municipal Corporation/council/committee.

  1. Appraisal and sanction of Detailed Project Reports:

Detailed Project Reports would be scrutinized and approved by competent authority as per financial powers delegated by State Govt.  

  1. Constitution of Committee:

The committee shall be authorized to effect changes in the policy document, release of funds and review of progress of various components under this Mission. The composition of Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development Mission Haryana (RGUDMH)committee would be as under:-

1.              Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana. Chairman
2.              Urban Local Bodies Minister, Haryana Member
3.              Chief Parliamentary Secretary, ULB Member
4.              Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary, Govt. Haryana Finance Department Member
5.              Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary, Govt. Haryana Urban Local Bodies Department Member
6.              Director, Urban Local Bodies Haryana Member Secretary

To avoid delay in release of funds, the ULB may release the funds after getting approval of Chairman on file and may get post-facto approval of Committees at later stage.    

  1. Monitoring progress of projects sanctioned under the Mission :
  1. a) Respective ULBs at city level would send quarterly progress report to the O/o Director, ULB.
  2. b) Director, Urban Local Bodies Department, Haryana will periodically monitor the scheme.
  3. c) Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies, Haryana may review as often as required to review/monitor the progress of projects sanctioned under the Mission.
  1. Independent Review and Monitoring Agencies (IRMA):

Independent Review and Monitoring Agency (IRMA) may be engaged to bring transparency and quality in execution of various projects   costing more than Rs 25 lacs. Such consistent approach is also necessary for bringing about a structured input in monitoring and reporting systems.

  1. Administrative Expenses:

                        A provision upto 2% of the total allocation of funds during the year shall be made to take care of administrative expenses involved in the survey, preparation, implementation, monitoring of projects, capacity building / training of staff & other contingent expenses related to the project/scheme at the ULB/ at city level or State HQ level. Additional 2% of total allocation of funds during the year can be spent for engaging consultant/architect for efficient execution of the project etc. at field level. These charges shall not be interchangeable. The decision to engage consultant/architect shall be taken by ULB at city level/State HQ level as per delegation of powers.

 

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