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Performance Review Committee 16 th – 17 th July 2010 Government of India Ministry of Rural Development Rural Housing Rural Housing Indira Awaas Yojana Indira Awaas Yojana

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Performance Review Committee

16th – 17th July 2010

Government of India Ministry of Rural Development

Rural Housing Rural Housing Indira Awaas YojanaIndira Awaas Yojana

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Aspects Covered

1. Financial & Physical Performance (2009-10)2. Financial & Physical Performance (2010-11)3. Improving Quality of Houses4. Homestead Scheme5. Differential Rate of Interest (DRI)6. Permanent IAY Waitlists7. Monitoring & IAY-MIS8. Performance Output Matrix (POM)9. State Action Plan

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• Unit Assistance Revised w.e.f. 1/4/2010 – Rs. 45,000 for new construction in plain areas as against Rs. 35,000– Rs. 48,500 for new construction in hilly areas as against Rs. 38, 500– Rs. 20,000 as credit under DRI at interest rate of 4%

• Allocation to States/Districts – to States on the basis of 75:25 weightage to housing shortage and poverty

ratio respectively– to districts on the basis of 75:25 weightage to housing shortage and rural

SC/ST population respectively• Earmarking of Funds

– Sanctions in the name of women or jointly– 60% funds for SC/STs & 15% for minorities– 3% for physically handicapped

• Selection of Beneficiary– From Permanent IAY Waitlist based on BPL list of 2002– There are separate lists for SC/ST & others– Lists are displayed publicly

• Type Design of House– State Govts. are to finalize type design & facilitate construction– Beneficiaries to construct by themselves– State Govt/DRDA to provide information on appropriate technologies

Salient Features of IAY

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Allocation of Funds under normal IAY

Rs. 8494.70 crore

Central Releases Rs. 8635.73 crore

Total Available Funds Rs. 15851.71*crore

Utilisation of Funds Rs. 13288.99 crore

Percentage Utilisation 83.83%

Physical Target 40.52 lakh

Houses Completed 33.84 lakh

Physical Achievement 83.52%

Houses Under Construction 22.73 lakh

Financial & Physical Performance (2009-10)

*includes opening balance, central release & state release

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Physical Achievement during (2009-10) STATES TARGET Ach. % Ach. STATES TARGET Ach. %Ach.

AP 371982 434733 116.87% MIZORAM 3504 4851 138.44%ARN. PRD. 10873 6026 55.42% NAGALAND 10878 11645 107.05%

ASSAM 240446 181162 75.34% ORISSA21571

517076

6 79.16%

BIHAR109800

1 653214 59.49% PUNJAB 31674 27108 85.58%CHH’ GARH 57520 58449 101.62% RAJASTHAN 91670 86992 94.90%GOA 2291 1864 81.36% SIKKIM 2080 1819 87.45%GUJARAT 182429 166760 91.41% TAMIL NADU 148929 169753 113.98%HARYANA 25611 23788 92.88% TRIPURA 21182 8322 39.29%HP 8212 9295 113.19% UP 493156 483949 98.13%J &K 25508 18594 72.89% UTT’HAND 22476 20373 90.64%

J’KHAND 97926 87524 89.38% WB29756

423015

5 77.35%

KAR’TAKA 143311 158417 110.54%A& N ISLANDS 2750 242 8.80%

KERALA 79695 51590 64.73% D& N HAVELI 458 0 0.00MP 114396 96877 84.69% D& DIU 205 0 0.00MAHA’TRA 224323 207695 92.59% LAK’DWEEP 229 88 38.43%MANIPUR 9439 2363 25.03% PON’CHERRY 1370 47 3.43% MEG’LAYA 16440 9875 60.07% TOTAL

4052243

3384336 83.52%

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Financial & Physical Performance (2010-11)

Allocation of Funds under normal IAY

Rs. 9716.20 crore

Central Releases Rs. 4306.70 crore

Total Available Funds Rs. 9179.64 crore

Utilisation Rs. 1663.07 crore

% Utilisation of Funds 18.12%

Physical Target 28.08 lakh

Physical Achievement 1.06 lakh

% Physical Achievement 14.24%

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States Districts Reason(S)Arunachal Pradesh

Anjaw, Dibang Valley, East Siang, Kurung Kurmey, Lohit, Papum-pare and Upper Siang

40 Districts could not be processed for want of certain information/ documents from concerned DRDAs.

Assam LakhimpurBihar Araria, Gopalganj, and Champaran EastGujarat Bhavanagar and Junagadh HP Kinnaur & Lahul spiti J&K Ganderbal, Leh, Kargil, Pulwama,

Shopian & Srinagar Manipur Bishnupur, Chandel and Imphal EastOrissa Jagatsinghpur and Kalahandi Punjab Jalandhar Ludhiana, Muktsar &

Roopnagar WB South 24 Parganas & Darjeeling UTs All

Releases: Ist Instalment Held-up (2010-11)

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States Districts REASON(S)Arunachal Pradesh

Changlang, Lower Subansiri, Lower Dibang Valley, Tawang, Tirap, Upper Subansiri, West Kemeng and West Siang

Part first instalment has been released to 33 districts but release of balance first instalment is held up for want of fulfillment of conditions imposed while releasing 2nd instalment of IAY funds last year.

Assam CacharBihar Kishanganj, Saharsa, Purnea, Saran,

Madhepura and MuzaffarpurHP Bilaspur and MandiJ&K Anantnag, Baramulla, Bandipora, Budgam and

KulgamMP Hoshangabad, Dindori, Ashoknaga, Katni and

SidhiMaharashtra Bhandara and NandurbarManipur Thaubal and UkhrulMeghalaya Jaintia HillsOrissa Bolangir

Releases: Part of Ist Instalment Held-up (2010-11)

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States Districts ReasonsAssam Baksa, Dibrugarh, Darrang and Kamrup 112 districts

where full first instalment has been released but with certain conditions to be fulfilled before release of 2nd instalment during the current year

Bihar Darbhanga, Buxer, Bhojpur, Samastipur, Bhagalpur, Siwan, Banka, Nalanda, Aurangabad, Sitamarhi, Rohtas, Gaya and Jamui

Chatisgarh Jhanjgir Champa, Koria, Korba, Mahasamund, Raipur, Raigarh, Surguja, Bastar, Dantewada, Kanker and Rajnandgaon

Gujarat DahodHP Bilaspur, Chamba, Mandi and HamirpurJ&K Kishtwar, Kupwara, Poonch and SambaJharkhand West Singhbhum, Ranchi, Bokaro, Chatra, East

Singhbhum, Garwah, Gumla, Hazaribagh and LohardagaKarnataka Davangere, Bellary and Uttar KannadaMP Damoh, Burhanpur, Chhindwara, Panna, Balaghat, Jhabua,

Ujjain, Khargaon, Annuppur, Jabalpur, Bhind and SehoreMaharashtra

Beed, Jalna, Latur, Chandrapur, Kolhapur, Nasik, Pune, Wardha, Yavatmal

Orissa Malkangiri, Dhenkanal, Puri, Sundargarh, Nayagarh, Sambalpur, Bargarh, Gajapati, Rayagada, Boudh and Deogarh

Punjab Nawanshahar, SAS Nagar Mohali and HoshiarpurRajasthan Bhilwara, Jhalawar, Bundi, Sikar, Barmer, Churu, Dausa,

Jallore, Jhunjhunu, Kota, Pali, Rajasmand, Tonk, Udaipur and Baran

Tamilnadu Perambalur, Sigagangai, Thanjavur, The NilgirisUtt’khand Pauri Garhwal and Tehri GarhwalUP Bara’ki, G.B.Ngr, Sultanpur, Bahraich, R.Bareli, Shrawasti

& Unnao

Releases-Queries for 2nd Instalment (2010-11)

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• Utilization of funds should be at least 60% of Total Available Funds (TAF)

• Utilization means funds released to beneficiary not to implementing agencies

• Opening balance in UC must tally with closing balance in Audit Report of previous year

• Reporting of Outcome performance as part of UC

• Separate UC & Audit Reports for the funds released under 5% IAY meant for natural calamities and for special packages

• Closing balance to be less than 10% of TAF

• In case of excess closing balance utilize 75% of TAF by 31st December

• Diversion of IAY funds including interest for other purposes not permitted

• Proposals to be submitted only online

Requirements for Release of 2nd instalment Funds

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States Target Sanction %Sanction

States Target Sanction %Sanction

AP 257104 193953 75.44% MANIPUR 6707 0 0.00ARUNACHAL P 7726 2030 26.27%

MEGHALAYA 11681 824 7.05%

ASSAM 170849 121797 71.29% MIZORAM 2489 80 3.21%BIHAR 758904 211724 27.90% NAGALAND 7730 6455 83.51%CHHAT’GARH 39759 3505 8.82% ORISSA 149100 97452 65.36%GOA 1584 819 51.70% PUNJAB 21893 4854 22.17%GUJARAT 126090 73081 57.96% RAJASTHAN 63362 49184 77.62%HARYANA 17703 12170 68.75% SIKKIM 1478 0 0.00

HP 5793 1619 27.95%TAMILNADU 102939 21231 20.62%

J&K 17995 5985 33.26% TRIPURA 15050 0 0.00JHARKHAND 67691 53789 79.46% UP 340868 45169 13.25%

KAR’TAKA 99055 0 0.00UTTA’KHAND 15856 2277 14.36%

KERALA 55084 5119 9.29% WB 205671 36893 17.94%MP 79073 6785 8.58% Total

(except Uts)

2804286 962851 34.33 %MAHA’TRA 155052 6056 3.91%

Houses Sanctioned (2010-11)Target & Sanction

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Statewise Physical Performance (2010-11)

Houses CompletedHouses completed between 40%-60%

Nagaland (41.53%)

Houses completed between 20%-40%

Chhattisgarh (28.18%), Jharkhand (38.79%).

Houses completedless than 20%

Andhra Pradesh (19.91%), Arunachal Pradesh (6.06%), Assam (11.44%), Bihar (11.15%), Goa (3.98%), Gujarat (14.79%), Haryana (18.27%), Himachal Pradesh (0.07%), J&K (0.92%), Karnataka (19.42%), Kerala (13.18%), Madhya Pradesh (17.05%), Maharashtra (3.32%), Manipur (1.64%), Meghalaya (4.07%), Mizoram (0.04%), Orissa (13.71%), Punjab (5.09%), Rajasthan (6.62%), Uttar Pradesh (2.82%), Uttarkhand (8.57%) and W. Bengal (13.18%). A & N Islands (0.65%)

Houses completed ‘NIL’

Sikkim, Tamil Nadu and Tripura

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Coverage of SC/ST less than 50% of sanction

Goa & Himachal Pradesh

Coverage of Physical Handicapped less than 1% of sanction

AP, Arn’chal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Goa,Gujarat, HP, Haryana, J & K, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand & West Bengal and all UTs

Coverage of Women less than 50% of sanction

Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, HP, J&K, Karnataka, MP, Maharashtra, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, West Bengal & all Uts.

Coverage of Minorities less than 50% of sanction

All States – Uts, except Andhra Pradesh and Assam

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Task Force for Improving Design & Quality of IAY Houses

Design & Quality of Houses• Efforts should be made to ensure that the IAY house is a pucca one with

permanent walls and permanent roofing. • Each State Government is required to finalize type designs for the IAY

house along with technical and material specifications based on the above principles.

• For all type designs approved by the State Government, the State Government should take responsibility and train sufficient number of masons and other mechanics for execution of the house as per the type designs.

• Cluster approach is to be followed to facilitate better supervision, convergence of schemes and economies in purchase.

Basic Amenities• In addition to providing sanitary latrine in every house by dovetailing funds

from Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC), IAY scheme should also have convergence with DWS for providing drinking water, with Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana for providing free electricity connection, with Insurance companies for Jan Shree/Aam Admi Bima and beneficiaries should be encouraged to use clean fuel as well as have kitchen gardens.

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Task Force for Improving Design & Quality of IAY Houses-contd.

Release of Funds• The funds should be released either in two or three instalments.

Ideally, the funds should be distributed to the beneficiaries in two instalments, first instalment with the sanction order and the second instalment when the construction reaches the lintel level.

Technical Supervision, Monitoring & Transparency• Technical supervision shall be provided at least at the foundation and

the roof laying stages.• An effective complaint Monitoring System with adequate staff should

be set up at the state level which can visit, independent of the regular execution wing and give a report to the implementing agencies about the short-comings/shortfalls, for effective redressal.

• System of social auditing of the Scheme shall be introduced by the State Governments.

Action at Centre• Resource Centre being established• Knowledge Network being envisaged

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Action Plan for allotting Homestead Plots BPL Families Without House-sites

States No. of BPL families as per Permanent IAY Waitlists who have neither land nor housesite

No. of BPL families whose occupied land, if any, can be regularized/can be provided Govt. land for homestead site

No. of BPL families for whom land is to be purchased/acquired for allotment as homestead sites

AP 8,80,071 3,28,551 5,51,520Assam 1000 - 1000Chh’garh 34,029 11,917 22,112Goa 1053 - 1053Gujarat 1,93,384 - 1,93,384Karnataka

10,42,986 Not given 10,42,986

Kerala 4,65,177 23,259 4,41,918Maha’tra(13 Dists)

196332 156438 189018

Me’laya 77,996 - 77,996Mizoram 4,211 18,311 55Punjab(5 dists)

119 119 0

TN 26,71,532 5,12,452 21,59,080U’khand 1,405 - 1,405WB 4,43,879 1,43,382 3,00,498Manipur 1287 15345 1269

The following states had committed to submit proposals within 15 days Puducheery, Orissa, Punjab, Nagaland, Rajasthan & MP

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Scheme for Allotting Homestead Plots

Basic Parameters Should be a BPL household with neither land nor house-site & should

belong to the Permanent IAY Waitlist Rs. 10,000 or actual, whichever is less, on the basis of 50:50 funding

by Centre & State Incentivising States

Additional funds under IAY to the extent of plots allotted by way of regularization/allotment of Govt land / purchase / acquisition

Outcome Proposals received from Bihar, Karnataka, Kerala, Sikkim, and

Maharashtra Funds released to Bihar, Karnataka, Kerala , Rajasthan and Sikkim Proposals of Maharashtra is under consideration

• Homestead Scheme Preparation of Action Plan in Proforma I Submission of proposals for fund release in Proforma II Submission of proposals for incentivisation Submission of MPR I & II

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Differential Rate of Interest (DRI)

• DRI Scheme can be used for borrowing upto Rs. 20,000/- per housing unit at interest rate of 4% per annum

• Role of DRDAs– To create awareness about the loan available under DRI

– To obtain loan application forms from willing beneficiaries & submission to the banks

– To hold camps regularly to enable access to loan

– To review the sanction of loan with the banks

– In the year 2009-10, 48430 IAY beneficiaries availed loan under DRI

– 1416 IAY beneficiaries of 4 States (Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand & WB) have availed loan under DRI during the year

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• Ensures transparency in the process of selection of beneficiaries

• Gram Sabha to have finalized Permanent IAY Waitlists based on BPL List 2002

• Permanent IAY Waitlists to have been painted on the walls of Panchayat Buildings

• Booklets to be prepared & uploaded on the website

Permanent IAY Waitlist

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• Waitlists prepared and painting completed – Assam, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya

Pradesh, Nagaland, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Uttarkhand

• Waitlists and painting near completion– Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir,

Karnataka and Maharashtra • Waitlists prepared but painting not

completed– Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Mizoram, Sikkim, Arunachal

Pradesh and Lakshdweep

• Waitlists still not prepared– Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Kerala, Manipur,

Meghalaya, Orissa, Tripura, West Bengal and Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar, Daman & Diu, Dadra Nagar Haveli and Puducherry

Status of Permanent IAY Waitlists

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• 46 districts have not provided online MPR I, II & III for March 2010

• States have not provided MPR-3 for any District for March 2010 are AP, Orissa, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim and all Uts (except Lakshadweep)

Online Monitoring & MPR Formats

Arn. Pradesh Anjaw, Dibang Valley, East Kameng, Kurang Kumey, Tirap and Upper Siang,

Assam Baksa

Bihar Kishangang, Purnea, Rohtas and Saran

Chhatisgarh Dantewada

Goa South Goa

Haryana Palwal and Panchkula

J&K Baramulla, Kishtwar, Leh, Poonch, Pulwama, Rajauri, Reasi, Shopian & Srinagar

Jharkhand Chatra, Khunti, Ramgarh, Simdega, West Singhbhum

MP Gwalior, Rewa, Tikamgarh, Ujjain and Seoni

Maharashtra Washim and Buldana

Manipur Bishnupur, Chandel, Churac’pur, Imphal E, Senapati, Tam’long & Ukrool

Tripura South Tripura and West Tripura

A&N Island Nicobar

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• Format for capturing beneficiary data designed to capture data on– Location details, personal details, housesite details, sanction

& completion details, fund release details, convergence details

• Loose coupling of this data with BPL Census 2002 for– State, district, block, panchayat, village, beneficiary

• State / district required to enter data of all – Houses sanctioned during 2010-11– Incomplete houses as on 31-3-2010

• Format now made part of IAY-MIS– AWAASS OFF has been developed– Stakeholders who can access MIS are citizens, beneficiaires,

gram panchayats, blocks, districts, States & Ministries– To be launched on 16.7.2010– Training to be conducted from 28th to 30th July, 2010

Database of Beneficiaries & Development of IAY-MIS

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• This is meant to be a MOU with States

• State to indicate outcomes & timeline to achieve the same

• Central Government to indicate its commitment

• Review to be based on POM

Performance Output Matrix (POM)

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Performance Output Matrix Format

Deliverables

Responsible Agency /

Team / Person

Current Status

Planned Outcome

Action Plan

Actual Outcome

Release of Funds

•Proposals pending for 1st instalment•Submission of proposals for 2nd instalment

•Proposals pending for objection

•Proposals pending for restoration

•Status of release of funds

Financial Performance

•Utilisation of funds

•Balance funds available

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Performance Output Matrix Format

Deliverables

Responsible Agency / Team / Person

Current Status

Planned Outcome

Action Plan

Actual Outcom

e

Physical Performance

•Houses sanctioned & Completed

•Backlog incomplete houses•Houses earmarked for Women, SC/ST, Minorities, Disabled

•Houses constructed with SL / SC

Special Package

•Submission of proposals for 2nd installment

•Houses sanctioned/Completed

•Submission of MPR

Permanent IAY Waitlists

•Status / Painting of Waitlists

Improving Quality of Houses

•Preparation of type designs

•Fixation of pattern of fund releases•Technical supervision at basement/lintel level

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Performance Output Matrix Format

Deliverables

Responsible Agency / Team

/ PersonCurrent Status

Planned Outcome

Action Plan

Actual Outcome

Homestead Scheme

•Preparation of Action Plan

•Submission of proposals for funds release

•Submission of proposals for incentivisation

•Submission of MPR I and II

DRI Scheme

•No. of beneficiaries benefitted

•No. of loan applications submitted

Convergence with Other Schemes

•Submission of MPR - III

•Convergence with RGGVY

•Convergence for Clean fuel

•Convergence for Kitchen Garden

•Convergence with Insurance Schemes•Convergence for Habitat Development

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Performance Output Matrix Format

Deliverables

Responsible Agency / Team / Person

Current Status

Planned Outcome

Action Plan

Actual Outcome

Online Monitoring

•No. of reported online MPRs

•No. of districts reporting MPR onlineDatabase of beneficiaries & AWASSOFT

•Database uploaded

•Operationalizing AWASSOFT

Conduct of Social Audit

•Village covered

Action Taken Report

•Parliament Assurances

•C&AG Reports / Audit Paras

•VIP References

•Complaints

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Performance Output Matrix Format

Deliverables

Responsible Agency / Team

/ PersonCurrent Status

Planned Outcome

Action Plan

Actual Outcome

Action Plan for 2010-11

•Funds allocated

•Target for house construction•Action Plan for Improving Qty of Houses

•Action Plan for Homestead Schemes

•Action Plan for DRI Loans•National Plan for Trg & Capacity Building

•Staff support for Rural Houses

Initiatives and Reforms

•Best Practices

•Constraints and Issues

•Way Ahead

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• Action Plan for achieving various goals of Vision Plan particularly the goal of replacing of all kutcha houses in rural areas by 2016-17

• Action Plan for Homestead Scheme

• Action Plan for disbursing DRI loans

• Action Plan for improving quality of houses• Prepare type design• Provide inputs on technology• Facilitate availability of building material• Impart Training

State Action Plans for Rural Housing

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