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KSWMP invites EoIs for Hiring of Technical Support Consultant (TSC) for Kerala Solid Waste Management Project…..REoI…..CLICK HERE…..Terms of Reference for 4 Packages…..Package A………..Package B………..Package C…….Package D…….

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KSWMP invites Request for Expression of Interest (REoI) for hiring Consultancy Services for Solid Waste Management Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey and Impact Assessment of the Kerala Solid Waste Management Project…..Terms of Reference….CLICK HERE…..REoI….CLICK HERE……Last Date for submitting EoIs is 17:00 hrs on 05 March 2021

Kerala Solid Waste Management Project (KSWMP), a World Bank Aided Project under Local Self Government Department of Kerala invites applications from qualified and experienced Professionals to the following posts for the State Project Management Unit (SPMU) of KSWMP for immediate appointment on Contract basis for a period of one year

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Presentation by the World bank

State level consultation workshop on Solid Waste Management in Kerala held on 05.02.2020 at IMG, Thiruvananthapouram

1.Technological Assessment for Solid Waste Management in Kerala presented by the World Bank TeamCLICK HERE

2. Strategic Assessment of Solid Waste Management Services and Systems in KeralaCLICK HERE

3.Key observations on Policy,regulatory and institutional issuesCLICK HERE

4.Financial AnalysisCLICK HERE


Environment & Social Safeguards
Kerala Urban Service Delivery Project (KUSDP)
Disclosure of draft ESMF for KUSDP-(Kerala Solid Waste Management Project)
Comments / suggestions if any in this regard may please be forwarded to
The Executive Director
Suchitwa Mission
Swaraj Bhavan
Base Floor (-1)
Nanthancode, Kowdiar P.O
Thiruvananthapuram
e-mail: sanitation.sm@kerala.gov.in
Kerala Local Government Service Delivery Project- First phase of Kerala Urban Service Delivery Project (KUSDP)

Background: The Project Appraisal Document (PAD) and Project Implementation Manual (PIM) of Kerala Local Government Service Delivery Project (KLGSDP) mandatorily stipulates the integration of an Environment and Social Management Framework (ESMF) and Vulnerable Group Development Framework (VGDF) to be applied to sub-project activities taken up by LSGIs making use of the Performance Grant. Accordingly, an ESMF & VGDF has been developed for the project to ensure compliance with the applicable regulations and triggered safeguards policies. The ESMF will be applied to sub-projects to be taken up by LGs making use of the PGs provided to them under Component 1 of the Project. The long term vision of the integration of ESMF with the Performance Grant is that, in the future, the LSDG could consider the option to apply the ESMF to all activities taken up by the LSGs irrespective of the source of funds.

The ESMF comprises a detailed strategy and procedures for environmental and social appraisal (ESA) of sub-projects taken up by the LSGs. Potential adverse impacts to the environment are identified through a regulatory list and screening tool and can either be prevented or reduced by incorporation of appropriate mitigation measures, provided via Environmental Guidelines (EGs) in the ESMF. The ESMF also has a provision for carrying out Limited Environmental & Social Assessment (LESA) for cases where medium level impacts on the environment are expected. The ESMF contains institutional arrangements, capacity building plans and monitoring mechanisms to enable effective implementation of safeguard measures. Monitoring and evaluation of the ESMF will take place through the Annual Performance Assessment that has safeguards incorporated as assessment parameters through the Local Service Delivery Technical Evaluation, which will be undertaken by independent specialized agencies.

 Major stipulations of Environment & Social concerns under ESMF & VGDF:

Environment: KLGSDP falls in the environmental screening category “B” as per the Bank‘s Operational Policy 01. An Environmental Assessment (EA) was undertaken by the GoK and EA identified the following key environmental issues concerning the activities of LSGs: (i) depletion of natural resources, (ii) changes in land use and topography, (iii) non-permissible activities in forests, (iv) natural habitats or areas of historical significance, (v) soil erosion, (vi) inadequate waste disposal, (vii) usage of banned pesticides, and (viii) insufficient fodder resources. Accordingly, the Project triggers the following safeguard policies of the World Bank: Environmental Assessment (OP 4.01), Forests (OP 4.36), Natural Habitats (OP 4.04) and Physical Cultural Resources (OP 4.11).

Social: The social safeguard component of KLGSDP has been laid on the two major Operational Policies of World Bank, (i) Involuntary Resettlement (OP 4.12) and Indigenous Peoples Policy (OP 4.10). Since a robust process/institutional framework for addressing issues of Tribals and other vulnerable groups has been developed by Government of Kerala as part of their decentralized planning process and a substantial part the budget under Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) and Special Component Plan (SCP) flows through the LSG system in Kerala, the same system is adopted in the form of a Vulnerable Groups Development Framework (VGDF) which incorporates the requirements of tribal groups has been recognized. The VGDF has been developed based on detailed consultations with key stakeholders and has been integrated with the ESMF and disclosed.

Activities taken up by KLGSDP for the integration of ESMF & VGDF in Performance Grant:

Conducted a series of Capacity Building Trainings (Orientation, Refresher, Dissemination & Ad-hoc Trainings on ESMF & VGDF to LSGI Functionaries (Elected Representatives & Implementing Officers) by PMU, KILA & SIRD. Nearly 48 trainings have been conducted in this regard for the orientation and refresher of KLGSDP with special focus on ESMF &VGDF implementation to LSGIs during the project cycle. 4 Zonal Workshops have been carried out for the rolling out of Mid Term Environmental Audit followed by a State level and 14 District level Dissemination Workshops for the dissemination of Audit findings in 2014-15. In 2016-17, a State level Dissemination Workshop has been conducted following End of Term Environment Audit as well. In addition to these customized Trainings and Workshops, a series of Brain Storming Workshops and Orientation Trainings were carried out for ad-hoc activities such as ESMF Modification exercise, Pilot Social Audit process, Support to Backward LBs through NGOs for Need Assessment studies and DPR preparation exercises.

Efforts made for the Development of an Institutional Arrangements / Obligations during different stages of planning processes – project formulation, approval, implementation and monitoring stages. The ESMF procedures and protocols clearly stipulate the role and responsibilities of different tiers of LSGI Functionaries in the implementation of environment & social compliances in the planning and implementation process. Through different capacity building programs and surveillance mechanisms, this has been institutionalized and facilitated with the support of District units of KLGSDP and other relevant institutional mechanisms.

Successfully integrated required Tools & Proformas for environmental and social compliance in the Plan Software (Sulekha) of Information Kerala Mission (IKM). In addition to the publication of ESMF Document in the IKM and KLGSDP websites, relevant ESMF Proformas were translated to Malayalam language and incorporated in the plan software to make it user-friendly and easily adaptable to the LSGIs. Proper validations in the software were introduced to make the environment & social compliance verification form a compulsory document in KLGSDP subprojects at the time of DPR preparation.

Preparation and dissemination of effective IEC materials for creating awareness on the project in general and ESMF & VGDF in particular. To reiterate the knowledge and relevance of ESMF integration in KLGSDP subprojects, creative IEC materials such as Desktop Calendars, Newsletters, Success Stories, Website updates, Social media campaigns and information bulletins have been produced and disseminated to the LSGI functionaries on regular and need basis. Two Special Volumes of Success Stories have been produced and published on environmental & social due diligence with special focus on Natural Resources Management & Vulnerable Group Development.

Facilitation for the evolvement of good practices for Natural Resources Conservation & Management, Creation and maintenance of Critical Assets etc. and Projects to address Gender Based Violence: Different facilitation mechanisms have been developed and implemented through Workshops, Trainings and dissemination of IEC materials targeting these thrust areas. Subsequently, good numbers of projects have been evolved from Local Bodies for the reclamation of water bodies/water harvesting, reclamation of drinking water supply infrastructures, installation of sustainable energy supply infrastructures, construction and renovation of different kinds of community assets and public infrastructures, reclamation/renovation/preservation of heritage sites and monuments, critical assets such as crematoria, waste management facilities etc. Similarly, handful of projects to address Gender Based Violence also evolved from Local Bodies, which are the highlights of KLGSDP in these sectors.

Facilitated Projects targeting Vulnerable Groups using Performance Grant and a quiet good number of Subprojects targeting the following vulnerable groups have been evolved under KLGSDP. These projects have been well documented with the details on service aspects and number of beneficiaries. Some of the major projects targeting different vulnerable groups are given below:

  • Women (Kudumbasree Centres/Canteens, Skill Development Centres, Working Women’s Hostels etc.)
  • Children (Anganwadis, Schools, Parks, Stadiums etc.)
  • Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribes (Community Centres, Roads, Drinking water, Electrification etc.)
  • Destitutes (Old age homes, Day Care Centres etc.)
  • Physically & Mentally Challenged (Buds Schools, Day care Centres etc.)
  • Old Age people (Old age homes, Palliative care centres, Geriatric Units etc.)

Rolled out Pilot Social Audit in LSGIs following Social Audit Manual prepared under KLGSDP: On Government approval of Social Audit Manual prepared by State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD), initiated the task of a series of Capacity Building Trainings by KLGSDP at KILA in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Kerala Chapter. Training was offered to Village Social Auditors of the selected 27 GPs for piloting the social audit process in selected activities under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) and Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). A total of 349 Village Social Auditors were trained in 6 batches and the trained Village Social Auditors completed the Social Audit in their respective LBs and submitted reports to KLGSDP for further mainstreaming and follow up activities by Government.

Approval of Modified ESMF document by World Bank & Government: One of the recommendations of the Mid Term Environmental Audit was the revision and modification of existing ESMF document to make it simpler and user-friendly for the stakeholders. A number of Consultation Workshops have been carried out in this regard participating Elected Representatives, Implementing Officers, and Officials from concerned Government Departments. World Bank & Government of Kerala reviewed and approved the modified ESMF Document for further implementation to KLGSDP Grant. The approved ESMF Document has been uploaded in KLGSDP, LSGD and IKM websites for further use by the LBs. A Refresher Training to this effect has been carried out to the District Coordinators of KLGSDP for further awareness and transmission to the LBs.

 Environment & Social Safeguards Surveillance Mechanism of KLGSDP

The Subproject DPRs approved for implementation by the District Planning Committees (DPC) have been screened and monitored by the District Units of KLGSDP during DPC approvals and also with field level verifications. Incorporation of Environment & Social Compliance verification form and relevant clearances as per the Regulatory List of ESMF has been strictly monitored.

A systematic and regular reporting by the District Units back to PMU on the screening and monitoring process of subprojects for their environmental & social due diligence for intervention by PMU, if required.

Submission of Annual Compliance Reports at the end of every fund cycle by PMU consolidating all field level informations and activities for review and recourse measures, if any required by Government and World Bank. Accordingly 4 Annual Compliance Reports have been prepared and submitted by KLGSDP to World Bank for completed 4 cycles of Performance Grant and 5th ACR is under preparation

Different evaluations were carried out by different External Agencies on the E & S compliance. Conducted 3 consecutive Annual Performance Assessments, where E&S concerns were a Minimum Mandatory Condition for the Grant eligibility and it was properly documented. Based on the guidelines of PIM and PAD, 2 Environmental Audits – one in the Mod-Term of the Project and one at the End of the Term of the Project has been carried out by external agencies and Environmental Audit Reports have been submitted to KLGSDP for follow up activities. A Rapid Impact Assessment study on the service delivery quality of projects intended for vulnerable groups and adherence of VGDF has been carried out after the mid-term of the project and report was submitted to KLGSDP. In addition to the two Environmental Audits, the End line Survey, End of Term Technical Evaluation and Capacity Building Evaluation carried out under the Component 3 of the Project satisfactorily reports the proper integration and awareness of ESMF to the field level under KLGSDP.

Outcome of the ESMF & VGDF integration in KLGSDP:

  • Successful in awareness generation drive on the ESMF & VGDF (Terminology, Triggering the Essentiality & Implementation Procedures, Documentation, Relevance with Performance Assessment) among the LB functionaries
  • Emergence of a Pool of trained LSGI functionaries at the formulation, approval & implementation level for Environment & Social compliance
  • Development of an institutional mechanism clearly depicting the obligations and responsibilities in Environment & Social compliance
  • Emergence of successful model projects complying Environment & Social Safeguards, with special focus on Natural Resources Management and Vulnerable Group Development complying the Environmental & Social Safeguard Operational Policies of World Bank and customized ESMF of KLGSDP.
  • Development ofstreamlined and modified ESMF document which could be mainstreamed to LSG activities (with required customization) irrespective of the funding sources, which was the long term vision of integrating ESMF in service delivery projects through KLGSDP.

ESMF Guidelines – Modified version

ESMF Guidelines – Old version

Envt Audit Report

Annual Performance Assessment

Annual Performance Assessment

As it was envisaged, the Performance grant had two phases. During the first phase in the first two years of the Project (2011-12 and 2012-13) Grama Panchayats and Municipalities were given grant subject to some basic fiduciary requirements. It included getting ‘clean’ audit certificate and submission of approved copy of annual plans. The LSGIs which cleared these conditions during these years qualified for receiving performance grant. In the second phase ,ie. during 13-14 and 14-15the distribution of PG would be on the basis of the Annual Performance Assessment of the LGs. Details of the APAs conducted are given below.

Annual Performance Assessment 2013-14

For the first time in the history of Kerala, a performance assessment system for Grama Panchayats and municipalities was designed and established by KLGSDP with the assistance of four consultancy firms in 2013-14.  Apart from the lead consultant, M/s.Sutra, three independent consultancy firms were selected by KLGSDP for conducting the Annual Performance Assessment. For the purpose of assessment, the State was divided into three regions such as North, Central and South and for each region, an independent consultancy firm was selected through a competitive basis.   M/s.JPS Associates (P) Ltd was entrusted to conduct the Performance Assessment in North region consisting of 319 Grama Panchayats and 19 Municipalities. The districts – Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kannur, Kasaragod and Wayanad were included in this region. M/s STEM, Bangalore was responsible for the Performance Assessment in the Central region consisting of 343 Grama Panchayats and 22 Municipalities in Idukki, Ernakulam, Thrissur and Palakkad districts. M/s.Mott Mac Donald conducted the Performance Assessment of the Southern region consisting of 343 Grama Panchayats and 19 Municipalities of Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha and Kottayam districts.

The PMU undertook systematic training to all LSGs to make them familiar with the performance assessment framework and process, documents to be kept ready for verification, criteria for qualifying for grant etc. The handouts prepared by the lead consultant was given to the LSGs.   Adequate training was also given to the field assessment teams. The field assessment started in the first week of October 2013 and it was completed in the last week of December 2013. The firms undertook assessment and collected necessary supporting documents required for the assessments. To establish the reliability of the performance assessment undertaken by the firms, Quality Assurance and Audit (QAA) was undertaken by the lead consultant. For QAA, a sample of 10 percent of LSGs was proportionately selected across districts and assessment teams. The assessment made by the teams in the sample selected was re-verified by the lead consultant. The minimum mandatory conditions prescribed for clearing the eligibility conditions are given below;

  1. Budget for the current financial year prepared and approved by the committee/Council of LSGD and copy availed to LSGD by the end of April of the succeeding financial year.
  2. Annual Plan for the financial year proceeding the assessment approved by both the committee/ Council and DPC
  3. Minimum 60% of the KLGSDP Performance grant, Development fund (General), Development fund (SCP), Central Finance Commission funds spent in the financial year preceeding the assessment.
  4. Capital works and acquisitions funded from KLGSDP Performance grant in the financial year proceeding assessment have taken place (work in progress/Completed)
  5. Compliance with the regulatory list from the ESMF process during preparation and execution of KLGSDP Performance grants projects in the financial year proceeding the assessment.
  6. “Clear” External Audit Certificate (not adverse or disclaimed) for immediately the year proceeding assessment as explained in PIM.
  7. External Audit for the immediately preceeding year of assessment but does not include serious audit observations.

Participation, Transparency and accountability

  1. Preparation of public report or the Annual Budget for the financial year
  2. Preparation of public report on the Annual Plan for the financial year preceding the assessment.

As regards Performance Benchmark, the minimum score that the LSGs must achieve was fixed as 50 marks. Wide variations are observed in the total score among LSGs. The average score in the performance benchmark was 57.3 marks. The highest average score was in Ernakulam district (59.7 marks) while the lowest average was in Kottayam and Palakkad districts (54.3 marks)

In the performance assessment 2013-14, 947 LSGs out of 1038 LSGs cleared all the nine mandatory conditions set for APA. Alappuzha district had the highest percentage of LSGs clearing all MMCs (94.9 percent) whereas Ernakulam district had the lowest (83.2 percent). Overall 91.2 percent of LSGs cleared all the nine minimum mandatory conditions. Out of 978 Grama Panchayats in the State, 908 Grama Panchayats have cleared all the MMCs and among the 60 municipalities, 39 cleared the same.

Annual Performance Assessment 2014-15

The Second Annual Performance Assessment (APA) was conducted in 14-15.  The methodology was the same which followed in the first APA.  The eligibility condition fixed was to clear all the Minimum Mandatory Conditions (MMCs) and attain the minimum score fixed (50 marks) for the Performance Benchmarks.

As mentioned earlier the Minimum Mandatory Conditions which the LSGIs were expected to fulfil are related to their performance in the areas such as Planning and Budgeting, Project Execution and Service Delivery, Accounting, Financial Reporting and Audit and Participation, Transparency and Accountability.

The details of the MMCs are given below.

  • Budget for the year 2014-15 should be prepared and approved by the Committee/Council of LSGIs before 31st March 2015.
  • Annual plan for the year 2013-14 should be approved by both the Committee/Council of LSGIs and DPC.
  • Minimum 80% of the fund available to LSGIs from five sources such as Performance Grant of KLGSDP, Development Fund, SCP, TSP and fund from Central Finance Commission should be spent before 25.01.2015.
  • Compliance with the regulatory list from the ESMF in DPR process during preparation and execution of KLGSDP Performance Grant projects during the financial year 2013-14.
  • KLGSDP Performance Grant projects for the financial year 2013-14 are permissible works allowed by the Government of Kerala as directed in the GO No.173/1/2011 dtd. 20.07.2011.
  • Status of the KLGSDP Performance Grant projects in the year 2013-14 (work in progress/completed).
  • External audit certificate of the LSGIs for the year 2012-13 is not ‘Adverse’ or ‘Disclaimed’ and it does not include ‘Serious Audit Observations’, as explained in the PIM of KLGSDP.
  • LSGIs should have prepared a public report on the annual budget for the year 2014-15 and on the annual plan for the year 2013-14.

The performance of LSGIs in service delivery was examined with reference to the availability as well as the status of certain factors. In this regard, 10 criteria were identified. These were related to the status of crematorium/burial ground, slaughter house, waste management system, public toilets and resting places, front office of LSGIs, fish and vegetable markets, street lights, access to safe drinking water, Anganawadis and basic infrastructure facilities in the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe colonies. Along with the above mentioned criteria, factors such as whether transparent and appropriate methods of procurement was followed and documented in the projects taken up under KLGSDP were also examined. The compliance with ESMF procedure in KLGSD Projects and unqualified audit opinion for the year 2012-13 were also included as performance bench marks.

The framework for APA was first discussed at PMU level. Discussions were held with Sutra Consultants, the World Bank and the Government. After making appropriate modifications, the Government approved the same. A schedule for APA was developed and a pilot study conducted in the selected LSGs. One day workshop was arranged at KILA, Thrissur to finalise the schedule prepared for APA. The representatives of Sutra Consultants, PMU and the investigators of the pilot study participated in the workshop.

After finalising the tool for APA, the training programme of five days for Technical Assistants of LSGIs to familiarise the tool and impart training on software was arranged at KILA, Thrissur. The representatives of all LSGIs participated in the training programme. Training was provided for three days to the officials of the performance audit wing.

The data entered by the technical assistants of LSGIs were re-examined and approved by the officials of the Performance Audit Wing. Quality Assurance Assessment was conducted by Sutra Consultants to ensure accuracy of the data (in 10% LSGD) Reassessment was made in such cases where wide variations in the data approved by the State Performance Audit Wing and Quality Assurance Assessment were observed.

It was envisaged that a system of appeal and remedial process would be useful to resolve any objection that LSGs might have in relation to the performance assessment process. The Government of Kerala vide GO (Rt) No.2881/13/LSGD dated 25.11.2013 constituted the first and second Appellate authorities for dealing with the appeals of the LSGIs.

The first list of LSGIs qualifying Performance Assessment and eligible for grant was published in the KLGSDP website on 19th February 2015. Out of the 978 Grama Panchayats and 60 Municipalities in Kerala, 491 Grama Panchayats and 22 Municipalities were declared passed in the first list published. Hearing by the first Appellate authority was organised on 28th February 2nd, 3rd 6th and 7th March 2015. After the first appeal hearing, 812 LSGs qualified for the Performance Grant. During the first appeal process 286 Grama Panchayats and 13 Municipalities qualified. In the second appeal 71 grama Panchayats and 11 municipalities were declared as eligible for grant. Finally out of 978 Grama Panchayats 848 and out of 60 Municipalities 46 qualified for Performance Grant. (Total LSGIs qualified for grant are 894 out of 1038 i e 86.12 percent).

An overall 86.1 percent of LSGIs has cleared all the MMCs in 2014-15 which is marginally lower than 91.2 percent of LSGIs clearing all the MMCs in 2013-14. Out of 978 Grama Panchayats 848 (86.7%) have successfully cleared the MMCs. 46 Municipalities (76.7%) out of the total 60 Municipalities in the State have been successful. The Grama Panchayats in Thiruvananthapuram District have been more successful with 94.5 percent of them qualifying the MMCs while the Grama Panchayats in Wayanad districts have been the least successful. The Municipalities in Idukki, Kannur, Kollam and Wayanad district have been successful in qualifying the MMCs.

Extension of the Project

As per the initial agreement the project was supposed to be closed in December 2015.  But due to various reasons the amount allocated to the LGs could not be spent in time and also a savings was anticipated as balance amount, the project was extended till June 15th, 2017.   Based on the calculation of expected expenditure under the project during the project period 2011-2015, it was anticipated that the project would incure a saving around USD 60-65 million due to multiple factors which includes dollar/rupees rate fluctuation also.  The Mid-Term review of the Mission of the World Bank January 18th– February 5th 2014, also arrived at the same conclusion based on the past and expected expenditure pattern and the current exchange rate of dollar/rupees.   Anticipating such a huge saving, the Mission suggested that PMU in consultation with the Bank need to agree on avenues towards utilisation of savings and to submit a proposal for the same to DEA and the Bank.  Keeping this in view, a proposal was submitted to DEA and the Bank by PMU through Government of Kerala.  The proposal included additional one time support to backward Panchayats, revenue deficit Municipalities and Grama Panchayats having tribal clusters.

Ultimately it was decided to spent the whole amount by the extended period and also it was decided that the amount shall be distributed to the local body in two ways-1 another of performance assessment and 2 an additional assistance of special grant to the 60 identified backward local bodies.  As per this decision it was finalised that another round of performance assessment shall be conducted in 2015-16 to identified the local bodies for distributing the fifth round of Performance grant

Annual Performance Assessment – 2015-16

For this, third APA it was stipulated that the LSG should clear all the Minimum Mandatory Conditions (MMCs) and attain the minimum score fixed (35 marks) for the Performance Benchmarks for being eligible for the Performance Grant of 2016-17.  This APA was conducted by the performance auditing under LSGD. The MMC followed for the assessment are given below;

Budget for the year 2015-16 should be prepared and approved by the Committee/Council of LSGIs before 31st March 2016. Annual plan for the year 2014-15 should be approved by both the Committee/Council of LSGIs and DPC.

Minimum 80% of the funds available to the LSGIs from five sources such as Performance Grant of KLGSDP, Development Fund General, SCP, TSP and funds from Central Finance Commission should be spent before 31.03.2016.

Compliance with the regulatory list from the ESMF in DPR process during preparation and execution of KLGSDP Performance Grant projects during the financial year 2014-15 & 2015-16.

KLGSDP Performance Grant projects for the financial year 2014-15 & 2015-16 are permissible works allowed by the Government of Kerala as directed in the G.O.No.173/1/2011 dtd.20.07.2011.

Status of the KLGSDP Performance Grant projects in the financial year 2014-15 & 2015-16 (Work in progress/completed).

External audit certificate of the LSGIs for the year 2013-14 is not ‘Adverse’ or ‘Disclaimed’ and it does not include ‘Serious Audit Observations’, as explained in the PIM of KLGSDP.

LSGIs should have prepared a public report on the annual budget for the year 2015-16 and on the annual plan for the year 2014-15.

Performance of LSGIs in the service delivery is also examined by looking into the availability as well as status of certain factors. In this regard 10 criteria were identified. They are related to the status of Crematorium/Burial ground, Slaughter house, Waste management system, Public toilets and resting places, Front office of LSGIs, Fish and Vegetable markets, Street lights, Access to Safe drinking water, Anganwadi and Basic infrastructure facilities in Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe colonies.

Together with the above mentioned criteria, factors such as whether transparent and appropriate methods of procurement is followed and documented in the projects taken up under KLGSDP, compliance with ESMF procedure in KLGSDP (Level 2) projects and unqualified audit opinion for the year 2013-14 were also included in the Performance Benchmarks.

The framework for APA was first discussed at PMU level. Discussions were held with the World Bank and the Government. The government approved the same after making appropriate modifications.

One-day training programme for the officials of the Performance Audit Wing was arranged at KILA once the tool/schedule for APA was finliased. The data entered by the technical assistants of LSGIs are re-examined and approved by the officials of Performance Audit wing. During the process of APA, Quality Assurance Assessment was conducted by officials of Performance Audit wing (in 10% of LSGIs) to ensure the accuracy of data.

According to the results, 512 LSGIs were qualified (Grama Panchayats – 484 & Municipalities – 28). LSGIs were given a chance to file appeal for the redressal of their grievances. Of 516 LSGIs which have not qualified after the Annual Performance Assessment, 498 have filed Appeals with necessary documents and the same were scrutinised during the hearing conducted by the Appeal Committee on 17, 18, 21, 22, 24, 25 and 27th of June 2016 at the PMU of KLGSDP. After completing the Appeal hearing process, 350 GPs and 36 Municipalities were also declared as eligible for Grant.

Finally of 941 GPs, 834 (88.63%) and of 87 Municipalities, 64 (73.56%) were qualified for Performance Grant. (Total LSGIs qualified for the Grant are 898 out of 1028 i.e., 87.35%).  Through out the project period as far 3 APA was conducted and the  number of LGs identified for providing the performance grant is given in the table below;

Eligible LGs identified under different APAs

 

Year

Grama Panchayats Municipalities Total Local Bodies
Total

GPs

Eligible GPs % of Eligible GPs Total

MNs

Eligible MNs % of Eligible MNs Total

LGs

Eligible LGs % of Eligible LGs
2011-12 978 976 99.80 60 60 100.00 1038 1036 99.81
2012-13 978 976 99.80 60 59 98.33 1038 1035 99.71
2013-14 978 908 92.84 60 39 65.00 1038 947 91.23
2014-15 978 848 86.71 60 46 76.67 1038 894 86.13
2016-17 941 834 88.63 87 64 73.56 1028 898 87.35

During the first year all the LGs except two GPs namely Vattavada GP and Melpaddy GP were not eligible.  This means these two could not satisfy the minimum fudiciary mandatory Conditions.  For the second year two GPs namely Vattavada GP and Pavaratty GP and Thrikkakara Municipality could not clear the conditions.  When the APA started from the third year onwards more LGs became ineligible.  The third year only 91.2% LGs were eligible and in the fourth year it still became lesser to 86.13% during the current APA 87.35% of LGs became eligible for the Grant.  During the phase the total number of GPs has reduced to 941(from 978) and the number of Municipalities increased from 60 to 87 due to the delimitation effected for the LG election in 2015.  One very interesting aspect to be noted is that even though criteria followed in the distribution of PGs and the APA process and so many training programmes were held, there are eight GPs and 4 Municipalities in the state that have not cleared any of the APAs.

APA Data Entry Online

APA Results 2013-14

APA Results 2014-15

APA Results 2016-17

APA Training Report

APA Report 2013-14

APA Framework 2014-15

APA Framework 2015-16

APA – ESMF Compliance

APA ToolkitFirst APA, Second APA, Third APA

APA Format

Documents to be attached along with Appeal

Format for filing Appeal

Minutes

Minutes of the meeting held on 15.12.2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 18.08.2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 18.02.2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 12.02.2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 26.06.2014

Minutes of the meeting held on 31.05.2014

Social Audit

Social audit is now Government’s policy and it was clearly specified in the Governor’s address in the Assembly on 24th June, 2016 stating that social audit has to be conducted for all the activities and schemes implemented under Local Self Government Department, Public Works Department and Social Justice Department.

In the meeting held on 4th July, 2016 to review the progress of KLGSDP activities, the Chief Secretary to Government has directed to take necessary steps to roll out Social Audit by KLGSDP on a pilot basis. Accordingly, a State level Social Audit Workshop was conducted during 29th – 31st August, 2016 at Thiruvananthapuram to finalise the way forward to roll out Social Audit. In the Workshop it has been decided to carry out Social Audit in three LSGIs in each District (2 Grama Panchayats & 1 Municipality) as a first phase.

It was also decided that in the first phase social audit will be carried out in 3 wards in each of the selected Local Bodies and the sectors selected for social auditing in Grama Panchayats are i) MGNREGS and ii) Anganwadis and that in Municipalities, Anganwadis alone.

Selection of Local Bodies for Pilot Social Audit: 2 Grama Panchayats and 1 Municipality from each District having willingness to cooperate and conduct social audit in their LSGs were selected (list attached).

In each selected LSG, 3 wards were selected for conducting social audit based on the following criteria  – i) Higher population of SC/ST members ii) the most backward ward iii) ward headed by woman member.

Preparation of checklist for Pilot Social Audit: A checklist of the documents to be verified were prepared for the social audit activities like MGNREGS and Anganwadies, in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Kerala Campus. A Consultation process for finalising the checklist has to be done jointly by KLGSDP, SIRD and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Kerala Centre.

Experimental audit was conducted at Vithura Grama Panchayat to fine tune the social audit tools.

Selection of Village Social Auditors: Social Audit at ward level shall be carried out by Village Social Auditors. There will be 5 Village Social Auditors for each ward. Out of 5 Village Social Auditors, 3 shall be women. SC/ST shall be given representation based on their population – at least one in all cases.

The composition of the Village Social Auditors shall be as follows:

  1. 2 auditors representing the dependents of MGNREGS workers
  2. 2 auditors representing dependents of Kudumbashree Ayalkoottam members
  • 1 auditor from Anganwadi beneficiaries or Sabala groups.

The auditors should have a minimum qualification of Plus 2 (10th class in case of Tribal member if a candidate with plus 2 is not available.). District Coordinators of KLGSDP spearheaded the selection processes

Capacity Building for Pilot Social Audit:  Three types of trainings are essentially required for the effective conduct of Social Audit :

  1. Orientation training for LSG functionaries covering President/Chairperson, Secretary and 3 Ward members of the wards selected for Social Audit. 3 batches of trainings were conducted KILA, Thrissur during 17th -19th October, 2016.
  2. For handholding Village Social Auditors during field level implementation, Resource Persons were identified and three day trainings, including field level hands on training, was imparted at SIRD, Kottarakara during 20th – 22nd October, 2016.
  • Hands on training for the Village Social Auditors – This training is meant for equipping the newly selected Village Social Auditors. There will be 15 Village Social Auditors from each LSG (@ 5 Social Auditors per ward X 3). There will be about 630 participants for 42 LSGs.  3 days hands on training for 10 batches are required. These trainings shall be conducted simultaneously at SIRD and KILA

Training of Social Auditors: It was reported that there will be about 630 Village Social Auditors to implement social audit in 42 Local Bodies ( 5 Village Social Auditors per ward X 3 wards per Local Body = 15 VSAs X 42 LBs = 630 VSAs) for the training and it was commenced in the month of November, 2016. It is envisaged as a three day programme and six batches of training were conducted as detailed below:

  1. Batch – 1 from 10th to 12th November, 2016 at SIRD
  2. Batch – 2 from 15th to 17th November, 2016 at KILA
  • Batch – 3 from 21st to 23rd November, 2016 at SIRD
  1. Batch – 4 from 24th to 26th November, 2016 at KILA
  2. Batch – 5 from 5th to 7th December, 2016 at KILA
  3. Batch – 6 from 26th to 28th December, 2016 at KILA

Conduct of Social Audit: Immediately after the training, the Village Social Auditors were engaged for field level social audit in their respective LSGs. It is a ten day process – 3 days for record verification at the LSG level, 4 days for field level auditing and 3 days for Report writing.

Out of 28, social audit was completed in 27 Grama Panchayats namely i) Vithura, ii) Kadinamkulam, iii) Sasthamkotta, iv) Kalluvathukal, v) Eraviperoor, vi) Aranmula, vii)  Moonilave, viii) Palamel, ix) Veeyapuram, x) Adimali, xi) Kamakshi, xii) Kumlangi, xiii) Kaladi, xiv) Pananchery, xv) Mattathur, xvi)  Amarambalam, xvii) Pallikkal, xviii) Sholayur, xix) Kuzhalmannam, xx) Peruvayal, xxi) Kadalundy, xxii) Meenangadi, xxiii) Thirunelli, xxiv) Chembilode, xxv) Kelakam, xxvi) East Eleri and xxvii) Cheruvathur.

Environmental Audit

KLGSDP envisaged Environmental Audit (EA) for the project activities carried out using Performance Grant of the Project. The objective of the Environmental Audit was to assess the correctness of application of procedures depicted in Environmental & Social Management Framework (ESMF), based on a random sample of LSGs (GPs as well as Municipalities) across the State. EA will be carried out through an external agency.

Envt Audit Report

The KLGSDP had initiated the development of ‘Management Information System’ for Local Self Government Department under the supervision of Information Kerala Mission with the basic objective of developing a web based MIS platform to integrate, monitor and evaluate the development activities of LSGIs which enables the decision makers and public to access real time information on physical and financial progress of development activities and also to integrate with GIS. The software will have the provision for collecting feedback from public through crowd sourcing which is a social platform to exchange development information among policy makers and beneficiaries. This can also integrate information regarding the existing and future  projects in Kerala. The MIS visualized the following aspects under its scope specifically;

  • Track and monitor the development fund flow and its spending pattern
  • Tracking flow of project activities and its monitoring
  • A social platform for the general public (beneficiaries) to monitor and discuss the development activities / projects implemented by LSGs
  • Create Socio-Economic-Demographic –Geo-Spatial Databases of LSGs based on secondary sources

Objective of MIS– To develop a web based MIS platform to integrate, monitor and evaluate the development activities of LSGIs

  • To minimize the gap between decision makers and beneficiaries
  • Enable decision makers and public to access real time information on physical and financial progress of development activities.
  • To develop a cross platform browser based MIS which enables different layers of implementing agencies to enter and review financial and implementation data through range of devices, mobile phones and android based devices through a range of browsers IE, Firefox, Safari, Google chrome etc.
  • Integrate physical and financial activities using GIS
  • To develop a universal technology platform to integrate existing and future MIS projects in Kerala.
  • Crowd sourcing beneficiary information and their feed back through cross technology platforms which is a social platform to exchange development information among policy makers and beneficiaries.

Scope of MIS

MIS have three interrelated and interlinked modules

  • Track and monitor the development fund flow and its spending pattern
  • Tracking flow of project activities and its monitoring
  • A social platform for the general public (beneficiaries) to monitor and discuss the development activities / projects implemented by LSGs
  • Create Socio-Economic-Demographic –Geo-Spatial Databases of LSGs based on secondary sources

Track and monitor the development fund flow and its spending pattern

             Create a financial database of all LSGs in Kerala based on AFS and documents of last three years

Task under this module

  • Create a plug in to define and input financial and budget parameters of LSGs as per AFS and budget documents of all LSGs. Feed historical data for last 3 years. Integrate its database with GIS
  • Create a plug in to track and analyse the development fund flow to LSGs from various sources like IDA, CSS and State funds from GoK through intermediary agencies like LSGD, KLGSDP etc
  • In case of KLGSDP, fund flow should be tracked and monitored under project components.
  • In case of KLGSDP, a plug in exclusively to track and manage the spending pattern of LSGs for various development projects and sub projects at ward level.
  • Conceive and design this module inorder to make all stakeholders of project officially liable to upload and update all required information
  • Comprehensive and intuitive dashboard system to aggregate and disseminate financial flow from top to bottom. Facilitate the dashboard plugin with analytical and geo spatial online mapping tools.

Tracking flow of project activities and its monitoring

Task under this module

  • Create a plug in to track and monitor project component wise activities
  • Develop an internal communication protocol to track and monitor the activities and instructions among the officials of LSGD, KLGSDP, District Co-ordinators, Supporting agencies and LSGs. Integrate this plugin with mobile dissemination mathods
  • Create an exclusive plugin to track and monitor the planning and budgeting cycle of LSGs
  • Create a plug in to track and monitor the PG and its disbursement at LSG level
  • Create a plug in to monitor the performance assessment of LSGs
  • Create a plug in to track and monitor the procurement activities by LSGs
  • Create a plug in to track and monitor the accounting and auditing practices of LSGs
  • Create a plug in to track and monitor the implementation status and physical progress of development projects in LSGs. Provide technology options to upload and operate multimedia contents. Integrate with geo spatial mapping tools
  • Comprehensive and intuitive dashboard system to aggregate and disseminate details of all activities from top to bottom. Facilitate the dash board plug in with analytical and geo spatial mapping tools.

 A social platform for the general public (beneficiaries) to monitor and discuss the development activities / projects implemented by LSGs

 Task under this module

 This module mainly focuses on exploring the possibilities of crowd sourced information from beneficiary population to understand the development activities which enables general public to understand how efficient the ongoing local level development activities are.

  • Create a plug-in to create and manage user profiles based on ward wise which requires SMS based verification
  • Provision for categorizing user levels
  • Option to create details of completed and ongoing LSG level projects
  • Provision for users to rate the activities of LSGs
  • Integrate with Geo spatial tools
  • Create a plug in to share LSG wise crowd sourced multimedia information on social platforms.

Create Socio-Economic-Demographic –Geo-Spatial Databases of LSGs based on secondary sources

Task under this module 

  • Build an extensive database for all the GPs and municipalities based on secondary sources like Census 2011, Economics and Statistics Department, Planning Board etc and the database should consist of latest socio-economic demographic profiles of GPs and municipalities.
  • Compile a database of LSG level income and expenditure parameters as reported in AFS and budget docs of GPs and municipalities
  • Compile a geo spatial database (eg.digitised spatial maps, shape files etc) for administrative boundaries of Kerala
  • Integrate all databases with MIS and its GIS mobile frameworks which provides provision to update and modify the same.

Additional Financial Assistance

Extension of the Project

As per the initial agreement the project was supposed to be closed in December 2015.  But due to various reasons the amount allocated to the LGs could not be spent in time and also a savings was anticipated as balance amount, the project was extended till June 15th, 2017.   Based on the calculation of expected expenditure under the project during the project period 2011-2015, it was anticipated that the project would incure a saving around USD 60-65 million due to multiple factors which includes dollar/rupees rate fluctuation also.  The Mid-Term review of the Mission of the World Bank January 18th– February 5th 2014, also arrived at the same conclusion based on the past and expected expenditure pattern and the current exchange rate of dollar/rupees.   Anticipating such a huge saving, the Mission suggested that PMU in consultation with the Bank need to agree on avenues towards utilisation of savings and to submit a proposal for the same to DEA and the Bank.  Keeping this in view, a proposal was submitted to DEA and the Bank by PMU through Government of Kerala.  The proposal included additional one time support to backward Panchayats, revenue deficit Municipalities and Grama Panchayats having tribal clusters.

Ultimately it was decided to spent the whole amount by the extended period and also it was decided that the amount shall be distributed to the local body in two ways-1 another of performance assessment and 2 an additional assistance of special grant to the 60 identified backward local bodies.  As per this decision it was finalised that another round of performance assessment shall be conducted in 2015-16 to identified the local bodies for distributing the fifth round of Performance grant

Identification of LGs for one time financial support under KLGSDP

The World Bank Mission visited during December 2015 discussed the proposal for the additional financial assistance to the backward LGs  in detail and ultimately agreed  to the proposal to provide additional support to 10 revenue deficit Municipalities, 10 Grama Panchayats having tribal clusters and 40 backward Panchayats. It was also decided that the revenue deficit Municipalities would be identified by the Directorate of Urban Affairs and the Panchayats having tribal clusters would be identified by the Scheduled Tribe Development Department.  Accordingly these departments had submitted the lists to PMU.  On verification it was observed that certain Local Bodies figured in the list submitted had not cleared the Minimum Mandatory Conditions (MMC) in the APA 2014-15.  This information was passed on to these Departments. Accordingly these Departments replaced these LGs with eligible Local Bodies and the revised final lists were submitted.

Identification of Backward Panchayats

The backwardness was highlighted two aspects in principle to identify the backward Panchayats.  One is the genuine backwardness of the Panchayats which includes high concentration of SC/ST population, Poverty (BPL families) inaccessibility/remoteness, non-availability of basic amenities like roads, drinking water, health facilities, electricity, crematorium etc. and other aspects like geographical features.  The second aspect under consideration was the low level of revenue income which leads the Panchayats to great difficulties in managing its own committed expenditure.

Street Play

The Thaddesa Mithram launched the street play which is one of the most popular and wide spread form of drama mainly intended to ensure and improve people participation in Grama Sabhas. The State level inauguration of the Street Play was flagged off by Dr.K.T.Jaleel, (Minister for Local Self-Governments, Welfare of Minorities, Wakf and Haj Pilgrimage) on 12th July 2017 at Gandhi Park, Thiruvananthapuram. Shri.V.V.Ramesan, Municipal Chambers Chairman presided over the function. Shri.P.Balakiran IAS, Project Director delivered welcome speech and Dr.V.P.Sukumaran, Deputy Project Director delivered vote of Thanks

The primary goal of street play was to create awareness among general public regarding the importance of attending Grama Sabha. The street play had received a significant appreciation of the society as a whole for its simple and creative way of presentation while long duration dramas fail to convey proper message to its spectators. The Street play was performed by Kerala Police (Janamaithri) at 14 districts, 9 important centres in every district for three days. The street play-“Oru Gramam Pranja Kadha”- narrates the story of a village, which faces various issues and hurdles which were overcome by the villagers by strengthening the Grama Sabhas.

KLGSDP Reports

Monitoring & Evaluation

KLGSDP-Capacity Building Evaluation

KLGSDP Baseline Study-Final Report (1)

KLGSDP-End line Study

Environment & Social Safeguards

Envt Audit Report.

Capacity Building

Developing Institutional Strategy to Strengthen the State Institute for Rural Development (SIRD) under KLGSDP

 


Kerala Local Government Service Delivery Project (KLGSDP)-First phase 

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സ.ഉ(ആര്‍.ടി) 8691/2018/ധന-പ്രാദേശിക സര്‍ക്കാരുകള്‍ക്കുള്ള 2017-18 ലെ ലോക ബാങ്ക് ധനസഹായം – കെ.എൽ.ജി.എസ്.ഡി.പി ഫണ്ട് – സ്പില്‍ ഓവര്‍ തുക വികസന ഫണ്ടിലെ പൊതു വിഭാഗത്തിൽ അധിക ധനാനുമതിയായി അനുവദിച്ച് ഉത്തരവാകുന്നു

*GO (Rt) No. 797/2017/Fin Dated.01.02.2017- Re authorization of unspent balance of Funds for 2015-16 to Local Governments

*GO(Rt) No.9307/2016/Fin Dated.30.11.2016- Authorisation of Additional financial support to backward Grama Panchayats, Grama Panchayats having tribal clusters and revenue deficit municipalities

*GO(Rt) No.9294/2016/Fin Dated.30.11.2016-Release of Performance Grant 16-17 to Grama Panchayats and Municipalities-Authorisation of 2nd installment ot funds

*GO(Rt)No.2952/2016/LSGD Dated.27.10.2016- Allocation of fund to support Backward Panchayats including Tribal clusters and revenue deficit municipalities

*GO(Rt) No.7829/2016/Fin(SFC Cell-A Dated.01.10.2016-Release of Performance Grant 16-17 to Grama Panchayat & Municipalities – Modified Orders Issued

*GO(Rt)No.7867/2016/FIN Dated.30.09.2016-Release of Performance Grant to Grama Panchayats & Municipalities

*GO(Rt)No.2488/2016/LSGD Dated.20.08.2016- Modified ESMF Document- Guidelines to LGs issued

*GO(Rt)No.2359/2016/LSGD Dated.04.08.2016-Constitution of Technical Advisory Groups at District Level for vetting of Projects as part of financial assistance to backward LGs

*GO(Rt)No.1992/2016/LSGD Dated.25.06.2016-Approval of Social Audit Manual prepared by SIRD

*GO(Rt) No.839/2016/FIn/Dated.28.01.2016-Declaration of Special Secretary, LSGD as Drawing & Disbursing Officer of the Head of Account 2515-00-800-13 Project Management & Capacity Building under KLGSDP

 GO(Rt) No.741/2016/Fin/Dated.25.01.2016-Declaration of Chief Controlling Officer in respect of H/A 2515-00-800-13 Project Management & Capacity Building under KLGSDP

GO(Rt) No.1854/2016/LSGD/Dated.06.06.2016-Appellate Authority for hearing appeals of Annual Performance Assessment 2015-16

GO(Rt) No.1824/2016/LSGD/Dated.01.06.2016-State level committee for monitoring the activities of utilisation of additional fund

GO(Rt) No.623/2016/LSGD/Dated.15.02.2016-Committee for the evalutaion of selection of NGOs for Need Assessment and for the preparation of DPR for Backward, Tribal Panchayats & Revenue deficit municipalities

GO(Rt) No.254/2016/LSGD/Dated.22.01.2016-List of Backward Grama Panchayats, Grama Panchayats having Tribal Clusters and Revenue Deficit Municipalities

GO(Rt) No.148/2016/LSGD/Dated.14.01.2016-Release of Fund to KLGSDP

 GO(Ms) No.366/2015/LSGD dated.29.12.2015- Extension of KLGSDP

GO(Rt) No.3880/2015/LSGD/Dated.29.12.2015-Annual Performance Assessment 2015-16-Approval of Evaluation Tool Kit & Framework

GO(Rt) No.3205/2015/LSGD/Dated.28.10.2015-Kannur Municipality and Thrikkadavu Grama Panchayat to remit back the unutilised Performance Grant

GO(Rt) No.339/2015/Fin/Dated.07.08.2015-Selection & Accrediation of Agencies for execution of public works

GO(Rt) No.2155/2015/LSGD/Dated.16.07.2015-Design and Malayalam name for KLGSDP as ‘Thaddesa Mithram Padhathi”

 GO(Rt) No.2714/LSGD/Dated.26.03.2015-Release of Performance Grant 2014-15

GO(Rt) No.3482/LSGD/Dated.29.12.2014- Annual Performance Assessment 2014-15-Approval of Evaluation Tool Kit & Framework

GO(MS) No.95/LSGD/Dated.31.05.2014- Communication Campaign of Panchayat Department

GO(Rt) No.1731/2011/LSGD dated.20.07.2011

GO(Rt) No.2668/2011/LSGD dated.15.11.2011

Project Hand Book

LIST OF MANUALS PREPARED UNDER KLGSDP

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No

Name of Manual Details of Government approval Date of approval
1. Social Audit Manual G.O (Rt) No.1992/2016/ LSGD 25.06.2016
2. Manual on Procurement of Goods & services in LSGIs G.O (Rt) No.2487/2016/ LSGD 20.08.2016
3. Manual on Budget for Grama Panchayats G.O (Rt) No.3291/2016/ LSGD 02.12.2016
4. Manual on Performance Audit G.O (Rt) No.166/2017/ LSGD 20.01.2017
5. Manual on Asset Management G.O (Rt) No.166/2017/ LSGD 20.01.2017
6. Grievance Redressal Manual G.O (Rt) No.1558/2017/ LSGD 12.05.2017
7. Office Management Manual G.O (Rt) No.1699/2017/ LSGD 24.05.2017
8. Gender Budget Manual G.O (Rt) No.1750/2017/ LSGD 27.05.2017
9. Manual on Public Reporting G.O (Rt) No.1747/2017/ LSGD 27.05.2017
10. Manual on Finance Management (Revenue) G.O (Rt) No.1833/2017/ LSGD 02.06.2017
11 Administrative Manual for Transferred functions
11 (a) Ayurveda Hospitals G.O (Rt) No.1615/2017/ LSGD 17.05.2017
11(b) Homoeopathy Hospitals G.O (Rt) No.1616/2017/ LSGD 17.05.2017
11(c) Primary Schools G.O (Rt) No.1748/2017/ LSGD 27.05.2017
11(d) Matsya Bhavan G.O (Rt) No.1749/2017/ LSGD 27.05.2017
11(e) Anganwadis G.O (Rt) No.1830/2017/ LSGD 02.06.2017
11(f) Krishi Bhavan G.O (Rt) No.1831/2017/ LSGD 02.06.2017
11(g) Veterinary Hospitals G.O (Rt) No.1832/2017/ LSGD 02.06.2017
11(h) Primary Health Centres G.O (Rt) No.1846/2017/ LSGD 02.06.2017

 

   
   
   
   

 

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