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  • Pune Towards Smart City

  • CONTENT

    ▪ Score Card & Precondition Documents

    ▪ PMC’s Budget

    – Fiscal Capacity

    – Technical & Administrative Capacity

    ▪ Pune City’s Vision (version 1.0)

    ▪ Citizen Participation Framework

    ▪ PMC’s Initiatives towards Smart Cities Mission

    Challenge - 1

  • SCORE CARD & PRECONDITION DOCUMENTS

  • Pune Municipal Corporation - Score Card

    Sl Criteria Maximum

    Score Score obtained

    1 Increase over Census 2011 or Swachh Bharat baseline on number of

    household sanitary latrines (whichever is less). 10 10

    2 Making operable Online Grievance Redressal System with

    response being sent back to complainant. 5 5

    3 At-least first monthly e-newsletter published. 5 5

    4 Electronically place project-wise municipal budget expenditure

    information for the last two financial years on the website. 5 5

    5 Levy of compensatory penalty for delays in service delivery. 5 5

    6 Collection of internally generated revenue (e.g. taxes, fees,

    charges) during the last three FYs (2012-15) 10 10

    7 Payment of salaries by ULB up-to last month. 5 5

    8 Audit of accounts for FY 12-13. 5 5

    9 Percentage contribution of tax revenue, fees and user charges, rents

    and other internal revenue sources. 10 10

    10 Percentage of establishment and maintenance cost of water

    supply. 10 10

    11 Percentage contribution of internal revenue sources (self generated)

    used for capital works during FY 2014-15 10 10

    12 Percentage of City-level JnNURM Reforms achieved. 10 10

    13 Percentage of completion of Projects sanctioned upto March, 2012

    under JnNURM. 10 5

    Total 100 95.00

  • Increase over Census 2011 or Swachh Bharat baseline on number of household sanitary latrines.

    increment in % over Census 2011 or Swachh Bharat baseline is 38%

    Making operable Online

    Grievance Redressal

    System with response

    being sent back to

    complainant.

    Initiated on 18th May 2015 by

    PMC

    At-least first monthly e- newsletter published.

    Initiated from May

    2015 by PMC (Till

    now e-News Letters for months of

    May, June & July has been

    Published)

    Electronically place project-

    wise municipal

    budget expenditure information for the last

    two financial years on the

    website.

    http://capital works.pune

    corporation.o rg/

    Levy of compensatory

    penalty for delays in service

    delivery.

    Started on 15th July

    2015 stating the services along with time limit

    Collection of internally generated

    revenue (e.g. taxes, fees,

    charges) during the last three

    FYs (2012-15)

    FY12-13:

    Rs. 2723.80 Cr

    FY13-14:

    Rs. 2717.07 Cr

    FY14-15:

    Rs. 3215.00 Cr

    Payment of salaries by ULB up-to last month.

    PMC has paid salaries

    to its employee till

    June 2015

    Pune Municipal Corporation – Precondition Documents

  • Audit of accounts for FY

    12-13.

    Local Fund Authority & AG Audit of India (Indian Audit and Accounts Department,

    Office of Principal

    Accountant General) – FY

    2012-13

    Percentage contribution of

    tax revenue, fees and user charges, rents and other

    internal revenue sources.

    % contribution of total internal revenue to the ULB Budgeted receipts 86.84%

    Percentage of establishment

    and maintenance cost of water

    supply.

    % of O&M cost met through user charges

    91.76%

    Percentage contribution of

    internal revenue sources (self

    generated) used for capital works during FY 2014-

    15

    % contribution of internal revenue for

    capital works is 38.97%

    Percentage of City-level JnNURM Reforms achieved.

    All the ULB level Mandatory

    & Optional Reforms has

    been achieved

    Percentage of completion of

    Projects sanctioned upto

    March, 2012 under JnNURM.

    9 out of 11 projects are completed

    % of JnNURM projects

    completed >80%

    Pune Municipal Corporation - Precondition Documents

  • PMC’s FISCAL, TECHNICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY

  • PMC’s Budget – Fiscal Capacity

    Budget for the FY 2015-16 Rs. 4479.50 Crores

    Major source of revenue: LBT

    Property Tax also has consistently contributed to the Tax Revenue corpus

    The city development & permission charges - major contributor towards revenue

    collection-- tremendous impetus post application of Auto DCR & Fast track approval

    Systems as part of e-governance.

    50%

    28%

    18%

    2% 2%

    Capital Exp

    Establishment Exp

    Other Exp

    Ward-wise Exp

    Loans Repayment

    Expenditure (In %)

    33%

    22%

    17%

    7%

    7%

    4%

    10%

    Local Body Tax

    Property Tax

    City Development Charges

    Water tax

    Govt. Grant

    Loan

    Other Income

  • PMC’s Budget – Fiscal Capacity – Actual till 2014-15 & Projected onwards

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    6 6

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    .2 2

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    3,000.00

    4,000.00

    5,000.00

    2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20

    TOTAL INCOME (Rs in Crores) Total Income

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    500.00

    1,000.00

    1,500.00

    2,000.00

    2,500.00

    2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20

    Total Capital & Revenue Exp

    (Rs In Cr.)

    Total

    Revenue

    Expenditure

    Total

    Capital

    Expenditure 1 2 8 5

    1 2 5 3

    500

    1000

    1500

    2000

    2500

    9 0 0

    1 8 6 4

    0

    500

    1000

    1500

    2000

    Total Revenue Exp.

    1 8 6 7

    3 2 1 5

    0

    1000

    2000

    3000

    4000

    Total Capital Exp.

  • PMC’s Budget – Technical & Administrative Capacity

    Additional Criteria as Per GoM GR dated 1 July 2015 on Smart

    Cities Mission

    1. The capacity to allocate Rs 50 Cr funds per year for next 5 years

     PMC is expecting the surplus to increase from Rs 89.26 cr in FY 14-15 to Rs

    684.08 cr in FY 2019-20.

    2. The technical & administrative capacity to spend Rs 200 Cr per year for next 5

    years

    Total Sanctioned post : 19656

    Working Employees : 17331

    481 employees - technical degrees (diploma in fields of civil, mechanical & electrical

    engineering)

    PMC’s technical staff is capable for completing large & massive infrastructure

    projects successfully

  • PUNE CITY’S VISION (VERSION 1.0)

  • Pune holds an important place for both Maharashtra and India

    2nd

    2nd 2nd 11%

  • It aspires to become a global urban centre…

    2015

    An economically vibrant and sustainable city with diverse opportunities

    and rich culture; where all citizens enjoy a safe and livable environment

    with good connectivity

    2030

  • …by offering its citizens, great quality of life

    Livability

    Sustainability Competitive-

    ness

    Quality

    of Life

    ▪ Housing and access to household services

    – Water per capita – Households with tap water – Population living in slums – Households having toilets