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  • National Informatics CentreMinistry of Panchayati Raj PlanPlus A software to strengthen planning at grass roots level
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Objective Facilitates the Decentralized Planning process in Local Language by Converging the rural and urban plans to generate an integrated district plan Supporting need/activity based planning rather than scheme-driven capturing the planning work flow Converging the flow of funds from different central and state sponsored schemes Acting as a decision support tool through the use of supporting GIS and Graphs
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Stakeholders Central Government Departments State Government Departments Urban Local Bodies Rural Local Bodies DPCs Citizens
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre PlanPlus Input Sources Planning Commission Guideline Ramachandran Committee Report on Decentralized Planning BRGF Guidelines issued by Ministry of Panchayati Raj Mr Raghunandan, JS, MoPR and other senior officials Inputs from Mr. Vijayanandan, Principal Secy. PR, GoK Mr Alok Srivastav, UNDP Mr. Ramesh Ramanathan 7 th Round Table Conference Mr. B N Yugandhar, Member, Planning Commission Mr. Abhijit Sen, Member, Planning Commission Gram Panchayats Chalissery (Thrithala BP) Sreekrishnapuram (Sreekrishnapuram BP) Thiruvegapuram (Pattambi BP) Akathethara (Malampuzha BP) Block Panchayats Malambuzha Thrithala Municipalities Chittur-Thathamangalam Palakkad Palakkad District Panchayat
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Suggestion Box The Gram/Ward Sabha or any planning unit or any individual can express their needs to other planning units. For eg., a GP may suggest its BP to build a link road or a GP may suggest a municipality to build a warehouse These suggestions are shared in public domain and can be one and all including DPC and the planning units DPC and the planning units can decide if there is any need to take up the suggested need as a work in any of the Plans
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Project Each planning unit begins with the identification of projects A project is a logical collection of related works, possibly belonging to different sectors Helps in bringing about sectoral integration and ensures maximum impact of the interventions in different sectors
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Works A project may have one or more works (but at least one work) Work Details Work Focus Area (sector) Proposed Asset details Proposed Location of work Target Beneficiaries Unit of work Cost estimates for each year of the work
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Asset Specification
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Cost Estimation
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Activity/Expenditure Schedule
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Annual Plan An annual plan would consist of one or more works from one or more projects Based on the sector of the work and that of the scheme, the software would automatically show the amount of expected allocation under different schemes. The Planning unit can allocate funds from different schemes to different works One work may be allocated funds from more than one scheme, thereby converging the funds of different schemes (if the schemes are for the same sector as that of the work or if the scheme has provision for untied funds)
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Schemes The software captures details about the schemes managed by various central and state government departments Details include inter-alia, the sector/work area of the scheme its tied/untied status Annual releases to planning units etc
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Converging Funds from different schemes
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Annual Plan (contd.) Works may be included or excluded from the plan as per availability of funds Priority can be set for each work; fund availability is automatically calculated A higher tier (such as ZP or BP) may co-opt works of a lower tier unit A Planning unit can create a work which is part of a supra project The Planning unit would also have access to its development and planning profile through GIS maps and graphs The Planning unit can view plans of other planning units within the same district; this would enable it to take more informed decision about its own plan The software also informs the planner about fund availability under different schemes under different sectors thereby ensuring maximum utilization of funds
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Co-option of works A higher tier planning unit such as a ZP or BP can co-opt works of its lower tier formations Co-option of works is essentially s suggestion to DPC (and the concerned planning units) that the higher tier can take up the works of the lower tier planning units, possibly to serve the interests of a larger target population and/or if it is more viable economically The approval or rejection of works would primarily lie with DPC after deliberations with all concerned planning units
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Supra Projects Sometimes, two or more planning units are required to collaboratively address an issue that is affecting them. Each affected unit can include work to address the issue in its Plan DPC will create a supra project (a dummy project) and link these works to the supra project DPC can then monitor the supra project to evaluate its successful implementation
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Technical and Administrative clearance Once an optimal Plan has been prepared by a planning unit, it gets forwarded for technical and administrative clearance If any work requires technical or administrative norm clearance, then it is evaluated The Plan is returned back to the Planning Unit if any work requires modification to meet technical or administrative clearance (for eg., revision of cost estimates) The Planning Unit must modify as per the clearance requirement and forward it back for clearance If all works are cleared, the Plan is forwarded to DPC.
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Plan Approval by DPC The DPC can generate sectoral views of the Plan (to be reviewed by sectoral committees) and take decisions (approve, reject, review) on each work included in the Plan The DPC can either approve a Plan (if all works are approved) or return the Plan to the planning unit for review/modification The DPC can also take decisions on co-opted works and look at suggestions of planning units The DPC would also have access to the development profile of the planning unit through various maps and graphs The software also provides graphs to get visual view of the investment/allocation profile of the Plan
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Identifying Priority Sector for the district DPC can identify priority sector for the district based on its development profile Once Plans are prepared, DPC can see how well the district priorities have been addressed by the Plan
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Analytical support using GIS Census villages have already been mapped to the panchayats of all BRGF districts Boundaries of Gram Panchayats in BRGF districts are now available Census data can be overlaid on top of these maps and used to analyze the planning units development profile Work is going on for the remaining districts
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Reports Annual Plan History of the Plan as it goes through the cycle of revisions Status of approval of different works Expected Fund utilization Sectoral Plan Scheme Plan Sectorwise Scheme plan and vice versa Sectorwise BRGF allocation Gap filling by BRGF
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Pilots proposed Panchayats 250 Zilla Parishads 3151 Intermediate Panchayats 1,08,924 Gram Panchayats Municipalities 38 Corporations 584 Municipalities 566 Town Areas 148 Notified Area Councils 27 States
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Integration with other PRI solutions Can be integrated with Survey databases the accounting software (PRIASoft) for auditing purposes Scheme monitoring systems National Panchayat Portal (http://Panchayat.gov.in ) which contains dynamic portals of all PRIs in local languagehttp://Panchayat.gov.in Will provide an end-to-end solution for district Planning across the country
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  • Ministry of Panchayati RajNational Informatics Centre Thank You