Lump-sum Provision scheme and North-east
Lump-sum provision scheme was launched by the ministry of urban development for the benefit of north- east region, including Sikkim, for the financial year 2001-02. 90% of total cost given by the ministry and 10% cost is provided by the state government itself. The central agencies also funded 10% agency charges for this project. Among these 8 states 176 projects have been completed. Till March 2014 out of Rs150 crore, Rs 124.82 crore had been utilized in 8 states
- Speedy development of infrastructure (physical and social) in North Eastern region including Sikkim.
- Development of basic services.
- Construction of bridges, flyovers and footpaths.
- Development of market complex, parking places.
- Construction of retaining walls, new roads.
- Development of water drainage system etc
Criteria for submission of proposals
- The proposal should be accompanied by a detailed project report and it can submit after the concern of urban local body.
- The project should be implemented within 2-3 years.
- Preference will be given to those projects which are included in Prime Minister’s packages.
- State government should look over all the priorities of the cities before sending the proposals.
- If in any circumstances the project will change DPR should be submitted and approval of the ministry should be taken before further procedure.
- Those plans should be submitted under the 10% lump-sum scheme which cannot be funded under the state plan.
- The Proposal should be forwarded by the urban development department of the state.
- Many small projects into one will not be allowed.
- More than 2 crore is given priority in the project
Steps for submission and sanction of the projects
- At first it should be submitted by municipal bodies through the department of urban development.
- The area covered under the project,according to the census 2011.
- There will be a definite time to complete the project.
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