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DETAILS OF ONGOING SCHEMES AS ON 31.12.2005 UNDER RURAL & URBAN WATER SUPPLY PROGRAMME.

Rural Water Supply Programme: - As on 31.12.05 there is total 1272 nos. of ongoing schemes under rural water supply programme. Out of these ongoing schemes, 483 nos. are under MNP/PMGY, 430 nos. under ARWSP & 359 nos. are under PMs Programme. The estimated cost of these ongoing schemes varies from few thousand to several crores. Out of these ongoing schemes, 471 nos. (37.03%) were sanctioned during last financial year i.e. 2004-05, 597 nos. (46.93%) are physically completed, only the financial liabilities are required to be cleared. Zone wise position of total ongoing schemes & nos. physically completed is as below:-

 

Amount Required as on 1.1.2006 for completing these ongoing schemes is Rs.11034.90 Lakhs. Zone wise details are summarized below:-

 

 

Amount Required Programme wise is summarized below:-

9 nos. of schemes remained incomplete for more than 10 years due to theft of pipes/dispute, 40 nos. remained incomplete for a period more than 5 years but less than 10 years. 242 nos. are under implementation for more than 2years but less than 5 years.

Urban Water Supply Programme: - There are seven schemes under implementation under State sector Urban Water Supply Programme, of which one is physically completed. Apart from this, for three centrally sponsored schemes, State share is required to be provided from State Plan. The amount required for completing these ongoing schemes is Rs. 20.61 crore.

Under NLCPR, there are two ongoing projects namely Tura Phase-III WSS & Jowai WSS. The funding for the projects is made by DONER (Dept. for Development of North Eastern Region, Govt. of India). DONER has released Rs. 1254.81 Lakhs for Tura Phase-III WSS & Rs. 430.00 Lakhs for Jowai WSS up to December 2005. As against this, the expenditure up to December 2005 is Rs. 11.53 Crore & Rs.1.83 Crore respectively. Progress for Tura Phase-III WSS is about 40%.For Jowai WSS, preliminary work started recently.

Under Centrally Sponsored AUWSP, there are two ongoing namely Simsanggiri (William nagar) WSS & Baghmara WSS. Simsanggiri WSS has been commissioned during 2004-05; only financial liabilities are to be cleared. For Baghmara, works are in progress.

Under Central pool, the scheme for improvement of Municipal sources is in progress & expected to be completed by December2006. Fund released so far is Rs.345.77 Lakhs to the PHE Dept. The physical Progress of different sources is as below:-

Sl.no

Name of Sources

Overall Progress in Percentage(up to December 2005)

Major components completed so far

1

Umjasai Source I &II

90%

2 nos. of RCC Weir, 2 nos. of Treatment Plant(consisting of Horizontal roughing filter, slow sand filter & CWR),Chemical House, Zonal Tank, Improvement of existing pipe line etc.

2

Wahdiegling Source

85%

Construction of STC (6 nos.), Construction of CWR (2 nos. completed, 1 in progress), Chemical House (in progress), Integration of new pipe line work.

3

Patakhana Source

95%

Construction of Superstructure of existing STC, New STC, New pipe line work.

4

Madan Laban Source

85%

Construction of Superstructure of existing STC, New STC, New pipe line work/new fencing, chemical house. Construction of New Zonal tank is in progress.

5

Wahrisa Source

85%

New STC/Collecting Chamber(4 nos.), Chemical house, Pipe Line etc.

6

Crinoline Source

90%

Security Fencing & Treatment Plant, New Pipe line etc.

7

Wahjalynoh

75%

RCC Weir, Protection slab, New Fencing, footpath, collecting Chamber, CWR. New reservoir & pipe line yet to be taken up.

 

The expenditure year wise is as below:-

2003-04 Rs. 94.98 Lakhs.
2004-05 Rs.151.65 Lakhs.
2005-06(up to December 2005)  Rs. 78.84 Lakhs
TOTAL

Rs.325.47 Lakhs.

The remaining works are targeted to be completed by December 2006. 17 working Divisions are implementing these schemes. 

 

 

CONCLUSION: - It is the endeavor of the Dept. to complete all the schemes within the scheduled time. However due to paucity of fund and other reasons like theft, dispute on land/source, inter village rivalry, non completion of work in time, the implementation of the schemes are some times delayed. The system of reviewing & monitoring the implementation of schemes has been strengthened. It will be the earnest effort of the PHED to provide adequate safe water supply from the scheme to the intended population within scheduled time of completion.

 


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