Role of APUFIDC under JnNURM

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APUFIDC: Mandate & Progress
One Day Integrated Training Programme to
Municipal Commissioners,
Hyderabad
July 19, 2011
M.I. Ahmed
Chief Engineer, APUFIDC
13-04-2015
Role of APUFIDC under JnNURM
13-04-2015
JnNURM
• State Level Nodal Agency (SLNA) for JnNURM (GO
MA 123, dt. 04.02.2006)
• Functions of SLNA :
– Project appraisal
– Obtaining sanction of projects from SLSC,
– Management of grants and Maintenance of Revolving
Fund,
– Periodic Reporting to GoI on progress,
– Certifying quality of work and progress of reform to GoI
– Monitoring physical, financial, and reform progress
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About JnNURM
• Reform-linked urban infrastructure investment programme
launched in 2005. Has four streams of funding managed by
two Ministries in GoI:
Category of city
Ministry of Urban
Devt.
Ministry of Housing & Urban
Poverty Alleviation
Other towns
Urban
Infrastructure &
Development
Scheme for Small
& Medium Towns
(UIDSSMT)
Integrated Housing & Slum
Development Scheme
(IHSDP)
JnNURM: Mission Statement
Reforms driven, fast track development of
cities on efficiency in urban infrastructure,
service delivery mechanism, community
participation, and accountability of ULBs
towards citizens
JnNURM: Objectives
•
Focused attention to integrated development of infrastructure services in cities
covered under the Mission
•
Secure effective linkages between asset creation and asset management so that
infrastructure services created in cities are not only maintained efficiently but also
become self-sustainable
•
Ensure adequate investment of funds to fulfill deficiencies in urban infrastructure
services
•
Planned development of identified cities, so that urbanisation takes place in a
dispersed manner
•
Scale up delivery of civic amenities and provision of utilities with emphasis on
universal access to poor
•
urban renewal, i.e. redevelopment of inner city areas to reduce congestion
Funding Pattern
Share of
GoAP
ULB/IA/Ben
20%
30%
All cities
GoI
50%
UIDSSMT
80%
10%
10%
IHSDP
80%
10%
10%
State achievements:
Implementation of JnNURM
– Sanction of Projects: 2nd highest in the country (251
costing Rs. 11,877 cr)
– Completion: highest number – 66 projects and 1,06,861
houses
– ACA drawn = 66% (Rs. 4686/6466 cr) – highest (Rs. 563 cr
pending with GoI)
– Adoption of Reforms: Maximum progress achieved
amongst all states (14 state level reforms completed; Rent
Control Reform, Earmarking of land - current financial
year; property title certification system – March, 2012)
Projects Sanctioned under JnNURM
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Non-Mission Cities
Small and Medium Towns (91 nos.)
Projects Project
Cost
GoI
Rs crore
Share of
GoAP ULB/Ben
UIDSSMT
84
2460.78
1968.62
246.08
246.08
IHSDP
77
1139.08
764.53
154.62
219.80
Total
161
3599.86 2733.15 400.70
465.88
Coverage: Out of 125 towns and cities, 95 are covered (4 Mission Cities (inc. Tirupati – recently
declared) and 91 small and medium towns)
Sanctions vis-à-vis Allocation
Rs. crore
Allocation
GoI ACA
Santioned Project
Cost
GoI Share
UIDSSMT
490.31
2460.78
1968.62
IHSDP
695.65
1139.08
764.53
Total
1185.96
4785.82
2733.15
AP has received sanction of nearly Rs. 2000 cr over and above allocation by GoI.
Sector-wise Sanction: UI&G and UIDSSMT
SWD, 23, 786.54, Renewal, 2,
9%
79.36, 1%
Transport, 16,
1423.23, 17%
Underground
Drainage, 24,
2146.97, 26%
Rs. crore
SWM, 2, 61.66,
1%
Water Supply, 88,
3881.12, 46%
81% of UI&G and UIDSSMT project sanction (Rs. 6313
crore) pertain to WS, UGD, and SWD sectors
Sector-wise sanctions under BSUP & IHSDP
Expected Benefits of JnNURM to AP
Sector
Pre-JnNURM
Post JnNURM
WATER SUPPLY
(3881 cr)
Surface Water Supply = 2160 MLD
Average Supply = 95 lpcd
100% coverage in Mission Cities and 66 small and
medium towns
Increase in supply = 1377 MLD (145 lpcd –
prospective population – 284 MLD completed)
No. of additional connections = 6.7 lakh (3.25 lakh
connections issued)
UNDER GROUND
DRAINAGE
(2147 cr)
No City with complete network
Treatment = 512 mld
100% coverage in 2 Mission Cities and 11 small and
medium towns
Additional Treatment = 753 MLD (78 MLD completed)
Connections = 3.10 lakh (0.45 lakh issued)
STORM WATER
DRAINS
(786 cr)
Drains require widening in Hyderabad Complete coverage in 2 Mission Cities and
and other cities
remodelling of 139 km of SWD in Hyderabad.
Additionally, SWD in 9 small towns (4 comp.)
TRANSPORT
(1423 cr)
470 buses per million popn.
Share of modal split = 40% for Public
Buses
Congested inner city roads
1540 Buses added to existing fleet of 4,000 buses in
Mission Cities – 971 on road
60.38 km of BRTS road network (32 km comp)
3 Flyovers sanctioned & completed in Hyd
SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT +
RENEWAL (139 cr)
Facilities (Segregation bins and
treatment) not available to adhere to
MSW Rules, 2000
Segregation of MSW at Source and Treatment as per
MSW Rules, 2000 in Vijayawada and Chirala (under
progress); CPP & Musi Revitalisation in Hyd
HOUSING AND
SLUM
DEVELOPMENT
(4149 cr)
5.35 lakh beneficiaries identified
through Ward Level Survey (Shortfall
of 4.94 lakh Dus addressed through
INDIRAMMA)
1,79,217 houses sanctioned (95,000 houses
completed)
1591 slums saturated with infrastructure facilities
14
completed in 667 slums)
JnNURM: Agency-wise Sanction
Rs. crore
Agency, Project Cost, No. of
Projects, Share of sanction
Physical Progress
Physical Progress: Non-Mission Cities (Rs. crore)
Project
Cost
UIDSSMT
84
Funds Utilized
Progress of projects
Not
Started
<25%
25-50%
50-75%
>75%
No. of
Projects
completed
0
5
2
22
19
36
2020.26
3
16
13
29
9
7
624.15
3
21
15
51
28
43
2644.41
(2460.78)
IHSDP
77
(1139.10)
Total
178
(4295.93)
Agency-wise Progress
UIDSSMT / IHSDP
Sl.
No.
Implementing
agency
Projects
Project
cost
Rs. crore
Physical Progress
NS
<50%
>50%
Comp.
Funds
Utilized
UIDSSMT
1
ENC(PH)
Total
84
2460.78
0
20
30
34 *
1673.31
84
2460.78
0
20
30
34 *
1673.31
IHSDP
1
ENC(PH)
30
361.33
0
11
19
0
286.26
2
13 ULBs
13
61.15
0
5
8
0
44.12
Total
43
422.48
0
16
27
0
357.38
* Includes partially commissioned schemes
Financial Progress
Financial Progress
UIDSSMT
IHSDP
Total
(Rs. crore)
Share of
GoI &
GoAP
Share of
BC/loan/
ULB
Funds
adjusted to
APUFIDC
Funds
released to
IAs
Exp.
incurred by
IAs
2797.81
746.36
2210.14
2041.71
2020.26
921.07
218.02
614.94
554.41
624.15
3718.88
964.38
825.08
2596.12
2644.41
Reforms
Implementation of State Level Mandatory
Reforms
Reform
Achievements
1.
Implementation of Constitution 74th Amendment Act (
March, 2008)
Completed
2.
Association of Elected Municipalities with City Planning
functions (March, 2007)
Completed
3.
Enactment of Community Participation Law
(April, 2007)
Completed
4.
Enactment of Public Disclosure Law (April, 2007)
Completed
5.
Repeal of ULCR Act (March, 2008)
Completed
6.
Rent Control Reforms (March, 2008)
Bill introduced in
Assembly on
29.03.2011
7.
Rationalisation of Stamp Duty (March, 2011)
Completed
Implementation of State Level
Optional Reforms
Reform
1. Revision of Building Bye-Laws
Achievements
(Dec, 07)
Completed
2. Simplification of Legal Framework for conversion of
Agricultural Land for non- Agricultural purposes
(March, 07)
Completed
3. Introduction of computerized process of registration
of land and property (March, 03)
Completed
4. Revision of Bye-Laws to make rain-water harvesting
mandatory in all buildings (June, 2000)
Completed
Optional Reforms (contd.)
Reform
Achievements
5. Earmarking at least 20-25 per cent of developed land
in all Housing Projects for EWS/LIG category
(March, 2011)
Completed
6. Bye-Laws on reuse of recycled water (March, 2007)
Completed
7. Administrative Reforms (December, 2007)
Completed
8. Structural Reforms (December, 2007)
Completed
9. Encouraging PPP (June, 2009)
Completed
10. Property Title Certification System (March, 2012)
Pilot project is under implementation in
Nizamabad - being extended to 5 more
districts : Ananthapur, Kadapa,
Karimnagar, Srikaulam and Nellore
Action Plan – ULB Level Reforms
Out of 6 ULB reforms, the following 3 reforms are
completed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Double Entry Accrual based Accounting
e-Governance
Earmarking of Budget for the Poor
Another reform (seven point charter –
March, 2012) is on target.
ULB Reforms - Progress
5a. User Charges – WS
- Over 70 % of O & M Charges are realised
5b. User Charges – SWM
- Over 70 % of O & M Charges are realised
6. Property Taxation:
i. Coverage – More than 85 % Achieved
ii. Collection Efficiency – 90% Achieved
iii. GIS Survey is under progress
Functions of Commissioners
UIDSSMT
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The purpose of the project
Whether DPR provisions being met or not
If not what are the short comings
How they can be addressed
Whether new infrastructure is being
integrated with new scheme
• Quality of infrastructure created
• Source drawl - Permission from the Irrigation
department
• Construction of STPs
• Disposal of waste water – storm water drains
• Roads project – whether all the roads are
inter connected or not
• Whether all the benefits as per DPR viz:
– Water supply HSCs – can be released or
not – if cannot be released the reasons
need to be indicated
– Sewer Connections - can be released or not – if
cannot be released the reasons need to be
indicated
– If required Financial assistance will be provided
by APUFIDC
Completion reports
1 Whether all the completion/as built drawings
furnished or not
2 Whether the defect liability period is in currency
or not
3 Whether training imparted to ULB staff or not
4 Whether trial run and commissioning of
WTPs/STPs witnessed by ULB or not
5 Whether the executing agency providing the
necessary help after trial run and
commissioning and during additional
maintenance and defect liability period to ULB
or not
IHSDP
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IHSDP - stand alone projects
The purpose of the project
Whether DPR provisions being met or not
If not what are the short comings
How they can be addressed
Whether whole slum approach is adopted or
not
• Quality of infrastructure created
• Connected to the main water supply
system or not
• Connected to the sewerage system or
not
• Disposal of waste water – storm water
drains
• Whether all the benefits viz:
–Water supply HSCs
–Sewer Connections
• A opportunity was provided to 13 ULBs to execute IHSDP
projects – they failed to meet
– Quality standards
– Huge time over runs – cost over runs
– Multi Utility community centers – huge delay – site
identification
– TIPM agencies not happy with the way the adverse
reports are attended and furnished
– All ULBs are executing similar nature of works – CC
roads, SWDs, Street lighting, water supply lines &
sewer lines etc
• The then Principle Secretary had great faith in ULBS
• What should the commissioners need to do to take
up JNNURM –II PROJECTS?
• They should build the capacity of all the staff working
in the ULBs
• They need to put in place
– Standard preparation of Estimates
– Good Quality management tools
– Good Work monitoring systems
– Transparent e- procurement of tenders
– Integration all old and new systems – Water supply,
Sewerage system, Storm water drainage system,
road net work etc
• The short comings can be brought to the notice of the
C& DMA with suggestions how to overcome the same
Thank You
13-04-2015