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  • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14


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    CONTENTSS. No. Chapter Page No.1.0 ABOUT THE MINISTRY 1-11


    2.1 National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) 15

    2.1.1 New initiatives in the 12th Five Year Plan 16

    2.1.2 Components of the NRDWP 17

    2.1.3 Criteria of fund allocation 18 2.1.4 Financial Perfornance under NRDWP 18

    2.1.5 Physical Performance under NRDWP 20

    2.1.6 Strategic Plan- 2012-22 : Rural Drinking Water Programme 21

    2.1.7 Planning for 2012-13: Annual Action Plan (AAPs) 22

    2.1.8 Planning for Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCSP); 22

    Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) Left Wing Extremist (LWE) and Minority Concentrated Districts (MCDs)

    2.1.9 Solar dual pumps in Integrated Action Plan (IAP) districts 24

    2.1.10 Progress of NRDWP in North Eastern Status 24


    2.2.1 Setting up of International Centre for 25 Drinking Water Quality (ICDWQ)

    2.2.2 Scheme of safe drinking water supply through 26 community water purification plants

    2.2.3 Technologies for treatment of water quality contaminants 26

    2.2.4 Water Quality Monitoring & Surveillance 27

    2.2.5 Water Quality Testing Laboratories 28

    2.2.6 National Programme on Prevention and Control of JE/AES 30

    2.2.7 Hydro-geo-morphological maps (HGM) 31

    2.2.8 Visit of Central Team in water-quality affected areas 32

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    2.4.1 Research and Development Projects 36

    2.4.2 Information, Education and Communication (IEC) 36

    2.4.3 Key Resource Centres KRCs) 37

    2.4.4 International Training Programmes 38

    2.4.5 Rajiv Gandhi National Professors Chair on WATSAN Studies 38

    2.4.6 Important Conferences/Exhibitions and Visits 38

    3.0 Rural Sanitation Programme (RSP) 42

    3.1 Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA) 47

    3.2 Provision under Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA) 47

    3.3 Sanitation Coverage 50

    3.4 Physical progress 50

    3.5 Financial progress 52

    3.6 Activities of importance undertaken during 2013-14 53

    3.7 Publications 56

    3.8 Nirmal Gram Puraskar (NGP) 56

    3.9 Activities of NBA in North Eastern States 58

    3.10 Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) 60

    3.11 Information, Education and Communication (IEC) 61

    3.12 Convergence of NBA with other schemes 63

    3.13 Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Under NBA. 68

    3.14 Human Resource Development (HRD) 70

    3.15 Research and Development (R&D) 72

    3.16 Representing India in the International Fora 76

    4.0 Administration 81

    4.1 Organisation 83

    4.2 O&M activities 83

    4.3 Vigilance and Grievance Redressal Machinery 83

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    4.4 Activities relating to Official Language Hindi 83

    4.5 Public Procurement Policy 84

    Organisation Chart 85


    NRDWP (Annexure -I to III) 89-92

    NBA (Annexure -IV to X) 93-99

    Representation of SCs/STs OBCs (Annexure - XI) 100

    Representation of Disabled Persons (Annexure - XII) 101

    Citizens / Clients Charter (Annexure - XIII) 103-114

    Results Framework Document (RFD) (Annexure - XIV) 115-144

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    ACRONYMSAAP Annual Action Plan

    APL Above Poverty Line

    ARWSP Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme.

    ADB. Asian Development Bank.

    ASHA Accredited Social Health Activist

    AES Acute Encephalitis Syndrome

    BP Block Panchayat

    BPL Below Poverty Line

    BRC Block Resource Centre

    CCDU Communication and Capacity Development Unit

    CGWB Central Ground Water Board

    CSIR Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

    CRSP Central Rural Sanitation Programme

    CBO Community Based Organization

    C PGRAMS Centralized Public Grievances Redressal and Monitoring System

    DDP Desert Development Programme

    DDWS Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation

    DPAP Drought Prone Areas Programme

    DRDA District Rural Development Agency

    DWSM District Water and Sanitation Mission

    ECBI External Capacity Building Initiatives.

    EPC Engineering, Procurement &Construction .

    FTK Field Test Kits

    GP Gram Panchayat

    GSDA Groundwater Surveys and Development Agency

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    HADP Hill Areas Development Programme

    HGM Hydro-geo-morphological Maps

    HRD Human Resource Development

    HH Hearing Handicapped.

    IAP Integrated Action Plan

    IRC International Resource Centre

    ICDWQ International Centre for Drinking Water Quality.

    IITF India International Trade Fair

    IEC Information, Education & Communication

    IHHL Individual Household Latrine

    IMIS Integrated Management Information System

    IWMP Integrated Watershed Management Programme

    JE Japanese Encephalitis

    KRC Key Resource Centre

    lpcd litres per capita per day .

    LWE Left Wing Extremism

    LSK Lump-sum Turn Key

    M & E Monitoring and Evaluation

    MGNREGS Mahatama Gandhi National Rural Employment Generation Scheme

    MPR Monthly Progress Report

    MNRE. Ministry of New & Renewable Energy.

    MDG Millennium Development Goal

    MCD Minority Concentrated Districts

    MVS Multi Village Scheme

    NEERI National Environment Engineering Research Institute

    NGO Non-Governmental Organization

    NGP Nirmal Gram Puraskar

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    NIC National Informatics Centre

    NRDWP National Rural Drinking Water Programme

    NRDWQM & SP National Rural Drinking Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance Programme.

    NRSC National Remote Sensing Centre

    NWP National Water Policy

    NES North Eastern States.

    O & M Operation & Maintenance

    OLIC Official Language Implementation Committee

    OH Orthopedically Handicapped

    PHED Public Health Engineering Department

    PRI Panchayati Raj Institution

    R & D Research & Development

    R & DAC Research & Development Advisory Committee

    RGNDWM Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission

    SCSP Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan

    SWSM State Water & Sanitation Mission

    TNA Training Needs Assessment

    TSC Total Sanitation Campaign

    TSP Tribal Sub Plan

    VH Visually Handicapped

    WQM & S Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance

    WATSAN Water & Sanitation

    WSP Water & Sanitation Programme

    WSSO Water and Sanitation Support Organisation

    ZP Zila Panchayat /Parishad.


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    HISTORY The Government of Indias first major intervention in the rural drinking water sector, started in 1972-73, through the Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWS). A Technology Mission on Drinking Water was started in 1986, which in 1991-92, was renamed the Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission.

    Upgrading the Mission, the Department of Drinking water Supply (DDWS) was created in the Ministry of Rural Development in 1999, which was subsequently renamed as the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation in 2010. Keeping in view the significance of rural water supply and sanitation, the Government of India created and notified the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation as a separate Ministry on 13th July, 2011.

    VisionSafe and adequate drinking water for all, at all times in rural India and to transform rural India into Nirmal Bharat by adopting community saturation approach.

    GoalTo provide every rural person with adequate safe water for drinking, cooking and other domestic basic needs on a sustainable basis. This basic requirement should meet water quality standards and be readily and conveniently accessible at all times and in all situations. Similary, the goal under Nirman Bharat Abhiyan is to achieve safe sanitation for 50% rural households by 2017 and to all rural households by 2022.

    Objectives a) Enable all households to have access to and use safe & adequate drinking water and within a

    reasonable distance.


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    b) Enable communities to monitor and keep surveillance on their drinking water sources.

    c) Ensure potability, reliability, sustainability, convenience, equality and consumers preference with regard to drinking water supply. These are to be the guiding principles while planning for a community based water supply system.

    d) Provide drinking water facility, especially piped water supply, to Gram Panchayats that have achieved open-defecation-free status on priority basis.

    e) Ensure all government schools and anganwadis to have access to safe drinking water.

    f) Provide support and environment for panchayat raj institutions and