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DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING Service Area Plan

Address of the office : Development & Planning Section,
Office of the District Magistrate,
Paschim Medinipur.
Name of the Head of Office : Sri Pranab Ghosh, WBCS (Exe)
Phone No. & e-mail of Head of Office : Phone  : 03222-275451 Fax : - 03222-275451
E-mail: dplo_paschimmedinipur@yahoo.com
Name of the SPIO, under  RTI : Designation of the SPIO, i.r.t. RTI :   DPLO
Phone No. & e-mail id of SPIO : Phone  : 03222-275451 Fax : - 03222-275451
E-mail: dplo_paschimmedinipur@yahoo.com
Acts, Statutes, Rules, administered by the Office : No. Specific Acts statutes Rule has been framed. Thea schemes are implemented through some guideline.
Schemes implemented by the Office:
Name of Scheme Salient features of the Scheme (point wise) Procedures on which Beneficiary gets entitlement
Bidhayak Elaka Unnayan Prakalpa (BEUP)
  1. Objectives of the scheme is to enable MLAs to suggest and implement developmental schemes that are capital intensive in nature based on locally felt needs in conformity with the overall planning of the district so that durable assets are created in their respective constituencies.
  2. Each MLA is entitled to recommend schemes for  Rs. 50.00 lakh  for each financial year
  3. The work under BEUP are developmental in nature based on locally felt needs. The emphasis on creation of durable assets and  service support facilities and community benefits for the socio-economic benefit of the constituency. The schemes like construction of infrastructure facilities of market shed, go-down, work shed, school building, roads , bridge, culvert, drinking water facilities, irrigation schemes, drainage, community hall, toilets, health sub-centre etc.
  4. District Planning Committee is the Sanctioning Authority of the schemes recommended by the MLAs
  5. The schemes are executed by Panchayats, Municipalities, Govt. Departments reputed NGOs and agencies under Govt.
  1. On receipt of recommendation of the work from MLA, necessary scrutiny done on the basis of guideline and sanction order issued to the respective executing agencies with a request to submit the vetted plan and estimate.
  2. Fund released to the executing agency after receiving the vetted plan and estimate for execution of schemes within the stipulated time.
  3. Technical person assigned to supervise the scheme
  4. On completion of scheme the U/C along with the physical achievement report and photograph needs to be submitted to the Development & Planning Deptt.
  5. MPR and U/Cs are sent to the Development & Planning Deptt., Govt. of West Bengal..
MP Local Area Development (MPLADS)
  1. Objectives of the scheme is to enable MPs to recommend works of development nature with emphasis on the creation of durable community assets based on the locally felt needs to be taken up in their constituencies. The schemes are drinking water facility, education, public health, electricity, roads, irrigation, sanitation etc.
  2. Fund entitlement Rs. 2.00 crores per annum per MP Constituency
  3. The District Authority in consultation with MPs identifies the agency for execution of schemes like PRIs / ULBs / Govt. Deptts. / reputed NGOs as capable of implementing works satisfactory
  1. On receipt of recommendation of the work from MP, necessary scrutiny done on the basis of the guideline and sanction order issued to the respective executing agencies with a request to submit the vetted plan and estimate.
  2. The District Authority identifies the agency for execution of scheme like PRIs / ULBs / Govt. Deptts. / reputed NGOs as capable of implementing works satisfactory.
  3. Fund released to the executing agency after receiving the vetted plan and estimate for execution of schemes within the stipulated time.
  4. Technical person assigned to supervise the scheme
  5. On completion of scheme the U/C along with the physical achievement report and photograph needs to be submitted to the Development & Planning Deptt.
  6. MPR and U/Cs are sent to the Director of MPLADS, New Delhi, Govt. of India.
Paschimanchal Unnayan Parshad (PUP)
  1. The programme under PUP has been introduced for effecting  integrated development of the area and filling critical gaps in normal development process under direct supervision and monitoring of DPC and the Executive Committee of PUP. Attention on small projects with wide public utility, need oriented bias and anti poverty thrust aimed at improvement of quality of life of the target group.
  2.   Objectives : a) Generation of productive employment b) Enhancement of irrigation potential c) Removal regional disparity  d) Community schemes for group activity with individual beneficiary below BPL  and belonging preferably to SC / ST  e) Development of infrastructure with thrust upon improvement of quality of life.
  3. 18 Blocks of the district namely Jhargram, Binpur-I, Binpur-II, Jamboni, Nayagram, Gopiballavpur-I, Gopiballavpur-II, Sankrail, Kharagpur-I, Kharagpur-II, Narayangarh, Keshiary, Garhbeta-I, Garhbeta-II, Garhbeta-III, Keshpur, Salboni, Midnapore Sadar.
    1. Project proposals and list of schemes are prepared for each financial year and sent to the Deptt. of Paschimanchal Unnayan Affairs, Govt. of West Bengal.
    2. The schemes are executed by the Panmchayats and Govt. Deptts.
    3. Monthly report along with the physical and financial progress and utilization certificate are sent to the PUA.
Rashtriya Sam Vikas Yojana (RSVY)
  1. RSVY, a central sponsored programme introduced in the district during 2004-05 for the opportunities available for development in the district and to fill up critical gaps for enhancing the productivity and employment.
  2. Objectives are :Livelihood support schemes with emphasis on training and skill development, Increase irrigation potential , Drought proofing scheme like waste land development and soil conservation measures, Development  social infrastructure, Completion of on-going projects, Innovative ideas to tap vast potentials for employment and development opportunities
  3. The approved plan outlay for RSVY was Rs. 4500.00 lakh. The fund received in full by installments. Most of the schemes are completed. Few schemes on  irrigation, animal husbandry and others are under implementation.
  1. The project proposal of RSVY prepared based on the strengths of the districts and the opportunities available for development. During preparation of plan, views and ideas of all district and block level officers, panchayat functionaries, various line departments and the members of district planning committee have been duly considered. Moreover, attempts have also been taken up to learn people’s aspirations reflected in the village plans, block plans and district plans.
  2. The schemes under RSVY have been executed by the Govt. Deptts. and the BDOs. The emphasis given on creation irrigation infrastructure. 
  3. MPR and QPR  along with the physical and financial progress and utilization certificate are sent to the P & RD Deptt.
Bacward Region Grant Fund (BRGF)
    1. Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF), a central sponsored programme,  has been designed to bridge the critical gaps in local infrastructure and other development requirements which are not being met through existing inflows.
    2. Objectives are (a)  to strengthen Panchayat and Municipality governance with capacity building to facilitate participatory planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring (b) to provide professional support to all local bodies plan, implementation and monitoring of plans (c) to improve the performance and delivery of critical functions assigned to Panchayats and Municipalities.
    3. BRGF plan prepared as per allocation of fund and submitted to P & RD Deptt., Govt. of West Bengal. Fund released by installments subject to the utilization of fund and submission of U / C.
      1. BRGF plan has been prepared every year. During preparation of plan  all the rural and urban local bodies were asked to prepare the plans and programme as per allocation of fund in a decentralized frame based on the vision and target of the district.
      2. The guidelines, activities in different sectors and allocation of funds are discussed in the DPC meeting.  During selection of scheme priorities given on the schemes like assured safe drinking water supply, creation of irrigation potential, creation of infrastructure for Sishu Siksha Kendra, Madhyamik Siksha Kendra, Anganwadi Centre, Mid Day Meal kitchen shed etc.
      3. The schemes executed through three tiers of Panchayats and Municipalities as per approved plan by DPC.
      4. Monthly report and utilization certificate are sent to the P & RD Deptt.
DPC (District Planning Committee)
  1. Paschim Medinipur District Planning Committee has newly been formed in the month of November, 2008. Out total 60 members of DPC, 43 elected from Zilla Parishad members, 5 elected from councilors and 12 members nominated by Govt. including Sabhadhipati, Paschim Medinipur Zilla Parishad as Chairperson of DPC and District Magistrate, Paschim Medinipur as member Secretary of DPC.
  2. Two sub-committees bearing members 10 each within the DPC are functioning (1) District Planning & Co-ordination Sub-committee and (2) Urban Development Sub-Committee.  The 1st meeting of new DPC  hold on 09.01.09.
  3. The planning exercises starts from Gram Sansad, where participation of common people by which all the stakeholders at different levels can participate in formulation of plans, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. All the stakeholders in rural and urban areas are strengthened by formation of Self Help Groups. With a view to prepare the plan in a decentralized framework the PRI institutions, Urban local Bodies and Govt. Deptts. they are asked to prepare their respective plans based on vision of the district.
    1. Since the District Planning Committee of Paschim Medinipur district is in over-all charge of preparing District Plan, monitoring and implementing different plan projects and schemes in the district, the 11th  Five year Plan  prepared on the basis of guideline framed by the State Government and the District Vision are as follows:
  1. Coverage of universal elementary education in the quickest possible time
  2. Retention in school and reduction of drop outs with appropriate focused on Women / SC / ST
  3. Child, Adolescent Mother nutrition
  4. Safe drinking water for all
  5. Sanitation coverage
  6. Immunizations for children and mother (Pre and ante-natal)
  7. Environmental issues emerging from increasing demographic load, solid waste, biomedical waste and Sewerage system
  8. Livelihood related option for all SHGs, BPLs and other social groups with focus on diversification of Agriculture and enlarged irrigation potentialities, horticulture and food processing prospects, fisheries, ARD and small & medium industries sector.

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