Implementation of Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) in MEGHALAYA.
Ministry of Rural Development, Department of Drinking Water Supply, Govt. of India launched Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) in 1999-2000. TSC guidelines were revised and modified in January 2004. In Meghalaya, in January 2004, TSC project for East Khasi Hills & West Garo Hills were sanctioned. Subsequently for other districts, TSC projects were sanctioned. The project for South Garo Hills district was last sanctioned on 15.1.2008 but the sanction letter & fund not yet received for the district. Summary of the cost of TSC projects for all the seven districts are as below:-
Amount (Rs. In Lakhs)
Implementation of TSC is picking up in the State. Achievement so far made vis-à-vis Target /Objective is as below:-
Target under TSC programme (nos.)
Achievement up to August 08(nos.)
So far Rs. 987.83 Lakhs has been released as Central Share. The state share required to be provided for implementation of TSC is Rs. 1680.00 Lakhs . Up to 2007-08, Rs. 110.68 Lakhs has been released a state share. During 2008-09, an outlay of Rs. 350.00 Lakhs has been agreed upon to be provided by the State for TSC. Expenditure so far incurred is Rs. 671.87 Lakhs. District wise target, physical & financial progress on TSC is enclosed at Annexure-A ,B& C.
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