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					Uttar Pradesh

   26th May, 2008




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Trends in State Finances




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        Fiscal Consolidation
 The FRBM Act envisages elimination of revenue
  deficit and reduction of the fiscal deficit/GSDP ratio
  to 3.0% by the year 2008-09
 Both the targets have been achieved two years in
  advance in 2006-07 and the level of consolidation
  achieved is most likely to be maintained
 Important features of changes in fiscal stance of the
  State -
    Improvement in tax performance
    Major jump in plan expenditure
    Sustained increase in capital outlays
    Debt/GSDP ratio begins to fall
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        Own Tax Revenue Receipts                                                 (Cr. Rs.)
                       2005-06             2006-07              2007-08              2008-09
                  Actual     Growth   Actual     Growth      RE       Growth      BE       Growth
                              over                over                 over                 over
                              prev                prev                 prev                 prev
                              year                year                 year                 year
                              (%)                 (%)                  (%)                  (%)

1. Trade Tax      11846.11    28.1    14139.13    19.4     16286.85    15.2     19705.00       21.0

2. Stamp &         2996.78    11.7     4513.67    50.6      4800.00       6.3    5370.54       11.9
Registration
3. State Excise    3088.54    15.0     3551.25    15.0      4592.00    29.3      5040.00        9.8

4. Motor           1070.39    24.8     1126.31       5.2    1231.80       9.4    1600.00       29.9
Vehicle
and goods &
Passenger Tax

5. Others           417.53    -27.8     527.92    26.4       792.61    50.1      597. 46       -24.6

Total             19419.35    21.0    23858.28    22.9     27703.26    16.1     32313.00       16.6
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              Plan Expenditure
                       2005-06    2006-07    2007-08   2008-09
                                              (RE)      (BE)
State Plan (Cr. Rs)    13500.00   19000.00 25000.00    32000.00
% Increase over            39.7       40.7      31.6          41.2
Previous year
Actual Expenditure     13506.00 20096.90 24211.31         N.A.
against State Plan
(AG actual) (Cr. Rs)
% Increase over            59.7       48.8      20.5      N.A.
Previous year



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               Capital Outlay
               Capital     Capital Outlay/   Capital Outlay/
               Outlay      Net Borrowing       GSDP (%)
                                (%)
  2005-06
                 8711.23        86.4               3.2
(AG Actual)
  2006-07
               13984.12        145.4               4.6
(AG Actual)
  2007-08
               18995.44        184.7               5.5
   (RE)

2008-09 (BE)   22554.10        192.8               5.8



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     Revenue & Fiscal Deficit
                               (Amount in Crore Rs)

   Year        Revenue       Fiscal Deficit   Fiscal Deficit/
               Deficit(-)/        (-)          GSDP (%)
              Surplus (+)
  2005-06        -1268        -10078.00               -3.7
(AG Actual)
  2006-07        4900          -9615.42               -3.1
(AG Actual)
 2007-08         9015         -10283.67               -2.9
  (RE)
 2008-09        10978         -11698.91               -2.9
  (BE)                                                       7
 Performance in terms of Selected Fiscal Indicators

       Indicator            2005-06   2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
       (In %age)             Actual    Actual   RE      BE
Own Tax
                              6.9       7.6     8.0     8.3
Revenue/GSDP
Debt/GSDP                    47.1      42.9    41.6    39.6
Pay + Pension + Interest/
                             62.6      55.1    47.0    36.5
Revenue Receipts
Pay + Pension + Interest/
                             60.9      59.9    53.3    41.8
Revenue Expenditure



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              Debt Waiver
                                     (Crore Rs.)


Total Debt waiver admissible to           1063.71
GoUP under TFC award                     per year

Actual Debt Waiver received so far

              For the year 2004-05        1063.71

              For the year 2005-06        1063.71

              For the year 2006-07        1063.91

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             OUR STRENGTHS
•   Fertile land and water resources
•   Largest producer of wheat, sugarcane, potato,
    mango, vegetables and milk.
•   Largest skilled/un-skilled manpower
•   Immense potential for tourism development
•   Good prospects for dairy development, meat
    production,   horticulture   development,   food
    processing and agro based industries
•   Largest market for consumer goods
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         Per Capita Plan Expenditure (in Rs)

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        Gap in Per Capita Income between
            State and India (in %age)    29642
                                                                        50.5%
30000

                                                                43.9%
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                                                        35.4%

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        Ist Plan IIIrd   Vth        VIth   VIIth      VIIIth    IXth    Xth
                 Plan    Plan       Plan   Plan        Plan     Plan    Plan

                                     UP       India
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             MAJOR CHALLENGES
•   Bridging the increasing gap in per capita income of the
    State and India
•   Placing the state on high growth trajectory
•   Creating adequate power generation & quality power
    supply
•   Reducing regional disparities
•   Minimising poverty level
•   Accelerating growth in agriculture and allied sectors.
•   Strengthening of urban and rural infrastructure
•   Creating sustainable employment opportunities
•   To improve human development indices keeping in view
    the MDG - IMR, MMR, TFR, anaemia, mal-nutrition,
    gender gap in literacy, sex ratio
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         Trends in Growth Rate (in %)

10.0                              8.7
 9.0                                                              7.7
 8.0                                             6.8
 7.0                       5.3             5.8           5.6
 6.0
 5.0 3.6  4.0                                                         5.0
                     3.3   5.7     5.3     5.7
 4.0
 3.0           2.2                                 3.2
 2.0                                                       2.0
 1.0 2.0 1.9   1.6 2.3
 0.0
     Ist IInd IIIrd IVth   Vth    VIth VIIth VIIIth IXth          Xth
    Plan Plan Plan Plan    Plan   Plan Plan Plan Plan             Plan

                            UP     India
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                   Pattern of Growth ( %)
Sectors              Sixth       Eighth   Ninth   Tenth   2007-08
                     Plan         Plan    Plan    Plan       $


Primary               9.6         2.5      1.6     2.0      4.4

Of which Agri &       9.7         2.7      0.8     1.4      3.8
AH
Secondary             9.5         3.3     - 0.9    9.1      9.5

Of which              11.8        4.2     - 4.3    6.3      6.9
Manufacturing
Tertiary              6.5         3.9      3.8     5.4      6.1

Over-all              8.7         3.2      2.0     5.0      6.5
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           $ Advance Estimates
   SECTORAL COMPOSITION OF STATE ECONOMY

• Contribution of primary sector in State Income
  reduced from 35.5% in 1999-00 to 29.8% in 2006-07
• Contribution of secondary sector increased
  marginally from 21.8% in 1999-00 to 25.0% in
  2006-07
• Contribution of tertiary sector was almost stagnant
  (42.7% in 1999-00 to 45.2% in 2006-07)
• State contribution in GDP reduced from 9.8% in
  1999-00 to 8.2% in 2006-07

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             Annual Plan: 2007-08
•   Approved Outlay - Rs 25000 Cr.
•   Resources available - Rs. 26742.82 Cr.
•   Expenditure – Rs 24211.31 Cr. ie 96.8%
•   Budget Provision available but short-fall due to
    non release of Central Share by GoI
      Under CSS                   - Rs. 3029.55 Cr.
      Corresponding state share- Rs. 1060.35 Cr.
•   Expenditure on development activities is around
    Rs 34564.17 Cr. against the previous year’s
    expenditure of Rs 27502.53 Cr
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    MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT

•    VAT introduced in the State from 1st January, 2008
•    To promote agricultural research and extension work in Bundelkhand
     area, a new agricultural university is being established in Banda
     district.
•    On the pattern of National Horticulture Mission, State Horticultural
     Mission launched in the remaining 31 districts through state
     resources.
•    On the pattern of IAY, a special state funded rural housing scheme
     Mahamaya Awas Yojana launched and one lakh houses already
     constructed.
•    All villages to be saturated with basic amenities/services under Dr
     Ambedkar Gram Sabha Samagra Vikas Yojana in a phased manner.
•    Minimum wage for unskilled labour increased from Rs 58 to Rs 100
     per day.
•    To rejuvenate urban infrastructure and services, a special state funded
     scheme- Manyavar Sri Kanshi Ramji Shahri Samagra Vikas Yojana
     launched.
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    MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT
•     For integrated development of smaller towns with less than one lakh
      population, a special state funded scheme- Adarsh Nagar Yojana
      launched.
•     All villages to be covered by a new scheme of CC roads and KC drains
•     Scholarship distribution computerised by direct transfer of funds to
      students accounts through banking network thereby ensuring
      transparency and savings of about Rs 600 Cr during 2007-08.
•     E-procurement being introduced in the State in six major
      departments.
•     Several major infrastructure projects being taken-up under PPP
      mode- Roads and Bridges, Medical, Transport, Power Generation,
      Airport, Tourism, urban rejuvenation etc.
•     Special initiatives taken for drought proofing in Bundelkhand and
      Vindhyanchal region.
•     Old age and Widow pension rates doubled from Rs 150 to Rs 300 per
      month and all eligible BPL beneficiary are being covered. More than
      50 lakh benefitted.
•     English language as a subject introduced from Class I.
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     SPECIAL DROUGHT RELIEF /DROUGHT PROOFING
                    MEASURES
• Food-grain bank introduced in every village in the drought affected districts in
  Bundelkhand and Mirzapur regions. 15 kg of food-grain per month being
  distributed free of cost to all destitute persons.
• Community kitchen established in every village to provide cooked food to
  destitute persons.
• Mid-day meal facility extended during summer vacations.
• Cattle camp established in the affected areas.
• More than Rs 600 Cr sanctioned for drought relief works and agriculture input
  subsidy.
• 100 percent subsidy being provided in Bundelkhand for drip and sprinkler
  irrigation to SC/ST families and 75 % subsidy to small and marginal farmers.
• Medical kit distributed to 8 lakh school children.
• Augmentation of drinking water in rural and urban areas by way of improving
  the piped water supply system, installation/re-boring of hand-pumps.
• Development and improvement of water tanks and village ponds, deepening of
  wells through blasting.
• More than 3000 private tube-wells energised to augment drinking water supply.
• More than 500 tankers deployed for drinking water supply in the urban and
  rural areas.                                                           20
    Highlights of Annual Plan (2007-08) Performance
•   State economy grew at 6.4 %
•   Food-grains production reached the level of 419.64 lakh tonnes.
•   Work started on the site of 1000 MW Anpara’C’ by the private developer.
•   AT&C losses reduced by 3.4% in 2007-08
•   24.98 lakh employment generated through various development
    programmes.
•   Under NREGA, 13.63 crore man-days generated and Rs 1898.25 Cr spent
    and more than 40 lakh families got employment.
•   Under PMGSY, an expenditure of Rs 1186 Cr incurred and 2657 km roads
    constructed and 1093 habitations connected by all weather roads.
•   7000 kms new village roads constructed, 10000 km village roads
    reconstructed and 80 bridges constructed
•   2.55 lakh Indira Awas constructed and additional one lakh houses
    constructed through state resources under Mahamaya Awas Yojana.
•   21.51 lakh toilets constructed under Total Sanitation Campaign and 51%
    coverage achieved.
•   2.37 lakh new hand-pumps installed and 1075 quality affected habitations
    covered.
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  Highlights of Annual Plan (2007-08) Performance
• As per Constitutional requirements, District Planning Committees
  constituted and made functional with nominated and elected members.
• 813 primary and 5510 upper primary schools opened and 31535 additional
  class-rooms constructed.
• 60000 additional teachers selected
• 183.76 lakh children in primary schools and 39.60 lakh children in upper
  primary schools covered under MDM
• 60 private degree colleges and 150 colleges under Self financing scheme
  opened
• Under Janani Suraksha Yojana, against 1.68 lakh institutional delivery in
  2006-07, 9.64 lakh institutional delivery achieved in 2007-08
• 1.31 lakh ASHA selected and 1.25 lakh trained
• Contractual appointment of 1410 Staff nurses, 960 ANMs , 155 lady doctors
  and 82 lab technicians.
• Out of 897 ICDS projects, hot cooked meal is being provided in 470
  projects.
• 13.52 lakh BPL destitute women being provided pension
• 25.36 lakh beneficiaries covered under old age pension scheme     22
                        Priority Sector ( Cr.Rs.)
Item                                    2007-08             Budget         Percentage
                                       Anticipated       Provision for    Increase over
                                       Expenditure         2008-09          2007-08
                                                                           Expenditure
Agriculture and Allied Activities        1974.47           2798.32            41.7
Irrigation and Flood Control             2336.33           2713.39            16.1
Rural Development (Incld SAP)             2211.67          3558.78            60.9
Energy                                   4552.81           5265.46            15.7
Roads & Bridges                          4393.28           5425.62            23.5
Education                                1657.56           2087.77            26.0
Medical and Health                       1518.24           2318.00            52.7
Water Supply                              739.24            825.12            11.6
Urban Development                        1651.26           3240.04            96.2
Housing                                    411.53           445.96             8.4
Social Safety Net                        2164.63           3502.32            61.8
Others                                    600.29            835.85            39.2
Total                                    24211.31          33016.63           36.4
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After including IEBR, the provision for Annual Plan 2008-09 would be around Rs 34500 Cr
                    Action Plan : 2008-09
• Additional increase in food-grains production by 77.43 lakh tonnes
• To increase milk production from the present level of 187.82 lakh MT to 218.95
  lakh MT
• Creation of additional irrigation potential of 6.76 lakh ha
• To reduce T&D losses by 4 %
• To open 3033 primary and 4398 upper primary schools and construct 17310
  additional class rooms
• Mid day meal scheme extended to all upper primary schools
• To provide hot cooked food in all the remaining 427 ICDS projects to achieve
  100% coverage
• To construct 7500 km new village roads, 5200 km reconstruction of village
  roads, 2600 km widening / strengthening of roads and 100 bridges.
• Additional employment opportunity to 25.00 lakh
• Computer education to commence in 700 Upper Primary Schools.
• Training of 9000 Urdu Special BTC trainees in 2008-09.
• In-service training of 1.35 lakh elementary school teachers.
• To cover 15 lakh beneficiaries under Janani Suraksha Yojana
• To make at-least 2 FRUs functional in each district.
• To establish one Adolescent Counselling Centre in each district
• To launch a pilot programme of CCT scheme for addressing mal-nutrition
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  among girls.
  Investment
       &
Infrastructure
    through
      PPP


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           Private Investment through PPP
     Sectors                                                              Investment
                                                                          (Cr Rs)
1    Ganga Expressway                                                     30000
2    Network of 5 other Expressways                                       47000
3    Upgradation of road network, ROBs                                    3500
4    Urban Rejuvenation                                                   12000
5    Transport Sector                                                     4000
6    Skills upgradation                                                   2700
7    Medicare-M.S. Hospitals, CHCs, PHCs                                  1200
8    Power Generation- 5 projects 5230 MW                                 25000
9    Power sector area franchisee
10   Taj International Airport                                            4000
11   Buddhist Circuit incl. Kushinagar international airport/ tourism –   1700
     PPPs
     Grand Total                                                          131100
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Power Sector
                                  Generation Sector
  Achievements
1. Generation Capacity of 732 MW Added
    210 MW - Unit no. IV of Parichha Thermal Commissioned.
    100 MW - R&M of Obra unit no VI .
    422 MW -Sugar mills installed cogeneration plant .
2. Projects of 3930 MW under Construction
  A- State Sector - 2000 MW
       500 MW (2x250)Parichha Thermal Power Project (Ext.) 500 MW (2x250) Harduaganj
        Thermal Power Project (Ext.)  1000 MW (2x500) Anpara‟D‟ Thermal Power Project.
  B- Private sector projects 1930 MW
       2x300 MW Roza Thermal Power Project,  4x82.5 MW Srinagar Hydro Power Project,
         2x500 (2x600) MW Anpara „C‟ Project.
3. Projects of 5940 MW are in the final stages of startup
       1320 MW in joint sector with NTPC at Meja,  1320 MW Tanda Thermal Ext.Project-
        NTPC.(U.P. Share 65%),  1980 MW (3x660)Bara Thermal Power Project at Allahabad 
        1320 MW (2x660) Karchana Thermal Power Project at Allahabad).
4. Startup Activity on Projects of 7000 MW

       1000 MW Obra C thermal power project.
       4000 MW UMPP in Bundelkhand Region(Joint Venture)  2000 MW Thermal Power Project
        of at Fatehpur (Joint Venture).
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                                 Transmission Sector
Achievement :- Special emphasis on capacity building in 11th Plan
  For evacuation of power the matching transmission plan to add capacity of 46000
   MVA at investment of Rs.18188 crore has been prepared and got approved from
   Central Electricity Authority . Total Outlay given in 11th Five Year Plan is Rs. 10984
   crore against which Rs. 3225 crore is through State Plan.
  Additional Transmission capacity to be created as per plan.

          a.   765 kV Transmission Substation        4 nos. 10000 MVA      2715 ckm lines
          b.   400 KV Transmission Substation       17 nos. 12210 MVA      4190 ckm lines
          c.   220 KV Transmission Substation       81 nos. 12780 MVA      4490 ckm lines
          d.   132 KV Transmission Substation     303 nos. 11097 MVA      4475 ckm lines
•         Work has started on

     a.        765 kV Transmission   2 nos      Consultants for load flow study appointed and initial
               Substation                       report received for Unnao, works on site clearance
                                                started for Anpara‟D‟.
     b.        220 KV Transmission   18 nos     Land acquired, specification finalized for three nos.
               Substation                       Substations and on balance 15 Substation tendering
                                                process completed & physical work started.
     c.        132 KV Transmission   44 nos.    Tendering process complete and physical works under
               Substation                       progress.
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                            Distribution Sector
   With no tariff increase in the last three years revenue has increased by more than Rs.
    1100 crore which is 14% improvement over last year. Target for 2008-09 to improve
    collections by 27% over last year.
   The AT&C Loss which was more than 53% at the time of un bundling of UPSEB in Jan
    2000 has reduced to around 37% in 2007-08.
   313 Collection Based Franchisee and 2 Input Based Rural Franchisee covering around
    15000 villages have been appointed which resulted in increase in collection efficiency of
    the area from 50% to average 84%. Target to expand collection based franchisee to cover
    50000 villages and Input based franchisee in one pocket of Kaval towns by March 2009.
   More than 20000 RGGVY villages have been energized.
   Tariff increase of around 10% has been implemented so that cost coverage can increase
    from 58% to 68%.
   About 5 lacs new connection have been released during 2007-08.
   5000 km Arial Bunch Conductors are in place. Target for laying of Arial Bunch
    Conductor of 11500 Km in year 2008-09.
   Segregation of agricultural and domestic/ commercial load in rural area taken-up in
    5 districts and 50,000 prepaid meters to be installed.
   33 KV Urban sub- stations to be covered under input based franchisee on pilot basis in
    2008-09 and further to be extended by end of 11th Five year Plan.
   Metering of all Urban Transformers in Phase- I.
   Rural Electrification Plan for 100% electrification and strengthening of rural back bone
    in next three years.
   Massive plan for metering of Domestic light and fan consumers, installation of high
    capacity meters for small and medium category consumers
   Unified billing system with complete I.T. application.                          30
                         Important Issues
   Development of Chendipada Coal Block, jointly allocated to the three States,
    hampered as due to one or other reason SPV not yet formed - Coal Block should
    be allocated to Uttar Pradesh exclusively.
   Allocation of Power from Central Sector Station to the State has no relevance with
    reference to, Area and Population of State – needs more emphasis on population .
   15% Unallocated Share of central undertakings being allocated by MoP needs
    allocation according to Demand and Availability of Power in the State in
    corresponding to population and size of the State.
   The rural electrification scheme of Mazras– MoP / REC to review the scheme of
    Uttar Pradesh and issue sanction. Proposal of Uttar Pradesh for Rs. 5892 crore
    submitted. Only Sultanpur and Rae-bareily have been sanctioned.
   Recovery of Cost by Central generating Station on the basis of Parameters rather
    than on Actuals- should be revised so that burden of State Discoms and consumers
    is reduced.
   Guidelines for 100% funding of APDRP II be considered for immediate
    implementation to achieve target for completion of APDRP schemes covering 232
    towns of 30000 or more population having total population of more than 3.5 crore
    which require funds of Rs. 1300 crore.
   4000 MW power project at Lalitpur in joint sector with NTPC needs to be
    expedited.
   The expansion of capacity of Narora Atomic Plant from present 2x220 MW to
    2x700 MW was raised by Uttar Pradesh. Government of India informed that the
    matter was examined and Department of Atomic Energy has found the present site
    suitable. It needs urgent finalization for earliest execution.
   The project of 6480 MW capacity on river Sharda(Mahakali) power house at
    Pancheshwar and 10800 MW power generation project at river Ghaghra(Karnali)
    near Cheesapani (Nepal), which promise benefits of irrigation, power and flood
    control to the State need to be pursued at the level of Government of India with
    the Government of Nepal for speedy approval and execution.                  31
  Irrigation
      &
Flood Control
                         AIBP
Year       Expenditure ACA due ACA                Balance
                               released           ACA due
                               by GoI
2006-07    839.83         209.95      81.89       128.06

2007-08    864.29         216.07      150.69      65.38

2008-09    1095.42        515.60 * 0.00           515.60*
Outlay
Total      2586.14        946.56      232.58      708.04

* Bansagar Canal Project is located in Vindhyanchal (drought
prone area). In this project 90% grant has been assumed
                        ISSUES
   As per guide-lines of A.I.B.P., projects benefitting
    drought prone areas or flood prone areas are eligible
    for central grant @ 90% of project cost. Bundelkhand
    and Vindhyanchal region of U.P. is a drought prone
    area. Similarly North-eastern parts of U.P., especially
    those bordering Nepal are prone to recurrent floods.
    Therefore, irrigation projects benefitting these areas
    should qualify for central grant @ 90% instead of 25%
    as at present.
   There is a need to improve the flood forecasting and
    warning system with more hydro-meteorological
    stations in Nepalese territory and speed up the
    pending Indo-Nepal joint multi-purpose projects

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Roads & Bridges
              ROADS & BRIDGES
   State has 162893 Kms road against 290973 km of road length
    including earthen tracks.
   Villages having population of more than 500 are 26078 out of which
    12690 villages are still to be connected with all weather roads
   With an expenditure of Rs. 5,842 Cr, construction of 7862 km of
    link roads were completed providing connectivity to 3114 villages.
   Improvement and repair of 30,033 kms of existing link roads of
    13,211 villages were completed.
   Strengthening and widening of           2200 km of existing roads
    completed
   77 major bridges & 3 ROBs were completed.
   The entire amount of Rs 195 Cr sanctioned by GoI under inter-state
    connectivity for improvement and reconstruction were spent.
   GoI sanctioned Rs 227 Cr for widening and strengthening of 351
    kms of roads under CRF.
   Construction of expressways ( Balia to Noida) in progress.

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    NEW INITIATIVES & WORK PLAN
   U.P. State highway authority (UPSHA) revitalized on NHAI pattern
    to take over all PPP projects.
   Institutional development and strategies (IDS) cell created for
    capacity building & efficient delivery.
   Research & quality control facilities strengthened at district, regional
    and head quarter levels.
   Performance based maintenance system on major highways planned
    on PMGSY pattern.
   2,800 kms. of core road network for rehabilitation/upgradation
    under externally aided state road project (World Bank) - Rs. 2,920
    Cr.
   Widening & strengthening of 900 kms. Of S.H./M.D.R. under CRF
    scheme.
   For construction of roads and drains in urban areas- Rs 175 Cr.
   For construction/reconstruction of link roads in 3800 gram sabha- Rs
    1350 Cr
   For widening & strengthening of 2600 kms of state highway and
    other important roads- Rs 1462 Cr.
   For construction of 100 major bridges – Rs 545 Cr.
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                     ISSUES
   Project for 477 kms Indo-Nepal border roads
    pending with Ministry of Home ( Rs 900 Cr)
   NHAI Act has no provision for solatium or
    negotiation with farmers. NHAI has not adopted
    2007 rehabilitation policy of GoI.
   NH roads are poorly maintained due to paucity of
    funds. Diesel cess should be allocated for up-
    gradation of NH roads.
   Approximately 98 ROB proposals pending with
    Ministry of Railways for 50:50 cost sharing.
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Agriculture




              39
        AGRICULTURE IN UP
 2.1% growth in 10th Plan.
 5.1% growth projected for 11th Pan.
 3+% growth expected in the year 2007-08.
 State Agriculture budget increased fourfold
  since 2006 ( from Rs. 269 crores in 2006-07 to
  Rs 826 crores in 2007-08 to Rs 1575 crores in
  2008-09).
 However, productivity stagnant for the last 5
  years.
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        PLAN FOR 2008-09
   Plan to increase foodgrain production by
    77 LMT in the current year, of which 30
    LMT increase is projected for wheat and
    21 LMT for rice. Rest will come from
    pulses and other grains like Jowar, Bajra
    etc.

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                   STRATEGY
   Effective implementation of FSM and ISOPOM
    Programmes.
   Accelerate seed replacement rate.
   Extensive use of hybrids in rice.
   Reclamation of 4 lakh hectares of degraded land
    through Kisan Hit Yojana.
   Bring back 8 lakh hectares of land in Bundelkhand
    under cultivation which could not be sown due to
    failure of rains in 2007-08.
   Micro-planning for 4100 low-productivity Gram
    Panchayats in the State.
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     HOW IT WILL BE ACHIEVED
 Promotion of System of Rice Intensification (SRI)
  Technique during Kharif in rain deficient regions.
 Optimum utilisation of water resources by
  promoting use of sprinklers and drip systems.
 Improvement in soil health and targeted use of
  fertilisers through an extensive campaign of soil-
  testing “Apni Mitti Pahchano Abhiyan’ in May-
  June 2008. 2.40 lakh samples collected in a single
  day on 21st May. Active public participation in the
  campaign.
 Organisation of 5 day’s Krishi Melas in all agro-
  climatic zones for dissemination of latest know-
  how.
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                   INITIATIVES
   New Agriculture University at Banda, Bundelkhand.
   Special subsidy scheme for sprinkler and drip
    irrigation systems in drought affected Bundelkhand.
   Weather based Insurance Scheme for Bundelkhand.
   Adoption of PPP model for extension – 52,000 Kisan
    Mitras, training of 40,000        dealers for basic
    counselling of farmers and Farmer’s Field Schools.
   Exploration of new technologies like artificial rains
    in drought-hit areas and magnetic treatment of
    irrigation water.

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           ISSUES WITH GOI
   Adequate and timely supply of Phosphatic
    fertilisers.
   Expeditious decision on loan waiver scheme.
   Inclusion of notified hybrid seeds in subsidy
    under FSM.
   Permit subsidy on seeds over 10 years.
   Special incentives to pulse producers through
    free full package demonstrations
   Assistance for setting up Universities in each
    agro-climatic zone of the State.
   Revision of cost norms of projects under NRM
    Scheme in view of change of minimum wages in
    UP.
   Inclusion of Blue Bulls in category of vermins.
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             HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
   Improving the quality of planting material including
    seed certification and standardisation.
   Up-gradation of traditional nurseries
   Adoption of post harvest management infrastructure
    including logistics support.
   Initiation of high tech horticulture
   Improving marketing facilities.
   Impetus to horticulture processing.
   Farmers awareness through training and visit
    programmes.

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    HORTICULTURE –PROPOSED OUTCOMES
    Item                2007-08 Anti Achi. 2008-09
                                           Target
                 New Area Expansion ( Lakh Ha)
1   Fruits              0.63              0.77
2   Vegetables          1.14              1.40
3   Potato              0.32              0.39
             Production Enhancement ( Lakh MT)
1   Fruits              9.27              11.23
2   Vegetables          24.92             30.18
3   Potato              9.41              11.40



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HORTICULTURE-MONITORABLE TARGETS-2008-09

    Item/Programme                          Unit   Target
 1 Establishment of new orchards in         Ha     20549
   mangoes, guava, aonla, bel, litchi
 2 Area Expansion under banana              Ha     7325
 3 Area Expansion under cut flower          Ha     3849
   (Gladiolus)
 4 Area Expansion under Marigold (deshi),   Ha     4417
   Jasmine
 5 Area Expansion under Spices              Ha     20300
 6 Area Expansion under Medicinal plants    Ha     1092
 7 Area Expansion under aromatic plants     Ha     9950
 8 Area Expansion under orchards            Ha     2015
 9 Potato and vegetable seed production     Ha     992      48
     Animal Husbandry - Constraints & Strategies
Low productivity of livestock & lack of sufficient breeding coverage.
    Increased coverage by artificial insemination from 27% to 30% and
     improvement of poultry breeds.
    Invoke PPP projects.
Inadequate availability of feed and fodder.
    Ensuring better quality seed production and distribution system.
    Rectifying imbalances in Bundelkhand and Purvanchal.
Low coverage of animal health, limited facility of disease surveillance
and diagnostic network.
    Establishing 400 new veterinary hospitals to add to 1782 existing
     ones.
    Establishing 9 new disease diagnostic laboratories to add to 10
     existing ones.
    Reduction of infertility by administration of medicines.
Lack of adequate training programmes & poor livestock extension.
   • Strengthening veterinary education, training and skill upgradation
     facilities through University of Veterinary Sciences.
   • Strengthening of R&D laboratories at the Directorate and university49
     level.
          Dairy Development
•   Highest Milk Production in the country, biggest single farm
    commodity by value.
•   Milk Production 187.82 Lakh MT, which is roughly 18% of
    the total production in country.
•   Only 28% of marketable surplus is handled by organised
    sector-
        120 plants in private sector (Capacity 119.54 Lakh Lit.)
         handled 23.5% of surplus milk.
        52 plants in cooperative sector (Capacity 17.50 Lakh Lit.)
         handled only 4.5% of marketable surplus.




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                Major Initiatives

•   Programme of automation and development of
    infrastructure facilities will continue in 2008-09. 2308
    AMCU and 230 BMC’s are proposed to be installed in
    2008-09

•   A new scheme “Ambedkar Dairy Development Self
    Employment Scheme” will be implemented from 2008-
    09 with outlay of Rs. 200 Crore. The scheme will help
    increase in milk production as well as self employment.




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         COOPERATION - ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION

•  Consequent upon declaration of loan waiver scheme by GoI, flow of
   funds in form of recoveries from the farmers has almost choked.
   Therefore, GoI is requested to:
I.    release an amount of Rs.5329 Crore (1607 ST + 3722 LT)
      required by cooperative banks of the state to write off the
       loans of small & marginal farmers under GoI debt waiver and
       debt relief scheme before 15th June 2008 to ensure smooth
       flow of credit to farmers.
II.    restructure the loan due for repayment to NABARD by State Co-
       operative Banks for three years.
III.   sanction separate line of credit in addition to normal cash credit for
       financing loan waiver scheme beneficiaries.
IV.    enhance the level of NABARD refinance from 35% to 75% so as to
       overcome the liquidity crunch of the Co-operative Banks.
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                                                             Contd…
•   Interest rate on refinance by NABARD should be reduced to
    2.5% from the current rate of 3.5% and restrict it to the level of
    2.5% for the coming years also.
•   Interest subsidy on crop loan should be released well in time as
    the claims pertaining to the year 2007 - 08 are pending at
    NABARD level.
•   Scope of interest subsidy scheme should be extended to medium
    term conversion loan as well as for the loans extended to
    farmers for other agriculture and allied activities.
•    Farmers should be provided crop loan at 4% interest rate and
    interest subsidy required should be provided by Government of
    India as state government is not in a position to meet the above
    burden from own resources. Funds required during the
    residual year of 11th Five Year Plan stands at Rs. 648.82 Crore.

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Rural Development
                     Indira Awas Yojana

                                                  Physical Progress - Houses
              Financial Progress ( Cr. Rs.)
                                                             Nos.
 Year                Total                                                %
                     Funds                  %                            Ach.
          Outlay               Exp.                  Target     Ach.
                     Avail-                Exp.
                      able
2006-07   458.53     519.52     427.50     82%      197780 165469         84%

2007-08   636.87     720.41     687.59     95%      254750 259512 102%
2008-09
          891.54 156.07        7.30       5%        254729 4309          2%
Apr 08
 Note : Unit cost has increased w.e.f 1-4-2008 from Rs. 25,000 to Rs 35,000


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             Indira Awas: Issues
•   Total housing shortage in the State in permanent wait list
    is about 43 Lakh. To cover all the families during 11th
    Five Year Plan there is need to construct 9 lakh houses
    every year while State is getting funds for construction of
    only 2.50 lakh houses every year. At this rate it will take
    more than 20 years to cover the entire shortage. Hence it is
    requested that allocation for Uttar Pradesh be enhanced to
    Rs. 3150.00 crores
•   The number of BPL families in Bihar is about 90.17 lakh
    and Bihar was realeased Rs 956. 93 crore during 2007-08
    and has been allocated Rs 1442.47 crore during 2008-09 as
    central share while Uttar Pradesh is having about 99.56
    lakh BPL families and was released Rs. 467.02 crore
    during 2007-08 and Rs. 668.66 crores has been allocated
    during 2008-09 as central share which is comparatively
    much lower than Bihar‟s allocation .                  56
      National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS)


Sl.     Item          Unit       Progress   Progress   Progress
                                 2006-07    2007-08    2008-09
 1 Total Fund
   available       Cr Rs.        1007.35    2214.14    1065.24
 2 Expenditure     Cr Rs.        792.28     1898.25    124.60
 3 % Exp.                         79%        86%        12%
 4 Job Cards
   distributed     Lakh Nos.      40.15      73.11      79.10

 5 Employment
   Demand
                   Families
                   (lakh nos.)    26.86      41.04         5.66

 6 Employment
   provided
                   Families
                   (lakh nos.)    26.01      40.96         4.83

 7 Mandays
   Generated
                   Lakh
                   Mandays       829.85     1363.08     82.16

 8 HH provided
   100 days emp.   Nos.          159940     436032
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    National Rural Employment Guarantee
          Scheme (NREGS) : Issues
•   Central Share amount of Rs. 3599.86 crore approved in
    labour budget by Govt. of India for the year 2008-09 be
    released in 2 installments so that sufficient funds are
    available at gram panchayat level.
•   Bundelkhand and Vindhyachal divisions being drought hit
    hence 100 days of employment is not sufficient in these
    areas. It is proposed that for these areas this condition be
    relaxed to 200 days of employment in a year
•   State Council should be authorised to fix the priorities of
    works and add new works in prescribed list of works


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    Action taken for Smooth Implementation of Scheme
   The appointment of APOs and other staff is under process.
   The notification of State Fund is under process and on both the
    above points decision will be taken in two weeks time.
   In remaining districts the vacant posts of P.O. will be filled shortly.
   27151 Rojgar sevaks have been selected
   4157 technical assistants empanelled .
   Separate Additional Commissioner (EGS) appointed by State
    Govt.
   Proposal is under consideration to appoint A.P.Os in each block .
   State Govt. has introduced the procedure of payment of wages
    through banks and post offices.
   Till date 5.15 lakh accounts have been opened.
   Instructions have been issued to conduct Social Audit along with
    videography at least twice a year (April & October).
   Complaint cell and help line has been set up in every district under
    the Chairmanship of District Magistrates.
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                                                                              59
    Information, Education & Communication (IEC)

   Special gram sabha meetings convened in all GPs.
   Pamphlets, Hoardings, Notice Boards, Wall writings etc.
    describing NREGA processes in local languages are being used
    for wider publicity of the scheme.
   Salient features of NREGA were advertised in daily news
    papers / Gramin Bharat magzine, broadcast on Radio and local
    TV channels etc.
   Wall Writing in each village.
   Cultural programmes like Kathputli, magic shows,Folk Sangeet
    and Nukkad natak organized.

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   Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)
Year    Financial Progress ( Cr. Rs.)             Physical Progress
          Total      Exp.        %    Unit           Target      Ach.      %
          Funds                Exp.                                       Ach
        Available
2006-      956        724      76% Length (Km)       2670      2656.38   99.48
 07                                   Habitations    1419        979     69.00
                                      (nos.)
2007-     1451       1186      82% Length (Km)       2700      2657.01   98.41
 08                                   Habitations    1338       1093     81.64
                                      (nos.)

• Govt. of India presently releases funds only when earlier
  installment almost completely exhausts. The decision impedes
  progress as release of funds and its transfer to      districts
  consumes considerable time. The GOI may consider releasing
  the subsequent installment after 60% utilization of available
  funds, similar to other RD programmes.
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                       Rural Drinking Water Scheme
    Sl    Particulars of work            Achievement      Target
                                       2006-07    2007-08 2008-09
         1 Installation of handpumps   196254       236682    240000
         2 Coverage of Quality             922         1075      1500
           Affected Habitations
         3 Coverage of NC & PC           9561           600        50
           Habitations
         4 Piped Water Supply              111          258       300
         5 Financial (Cr.Rs.)           661.79       885.26   1050.00
 Regular reboring of failed hand pumps.
 Ground water recharge and rainwater harvesting works to be made
  integral part of water supply system.
 Legislation to control extraction of ground water, prevention of pollution
  of ground /surface water and disruption of water supply sources shall be
  enacted.
 Rationalisation of tariff structure                                62
Education
                            Literacy

                                India                    UP

                         Total Male Female      Total   Male    Female

Census-2001              64.80 75.30    53.70   56.30   68.80    42.20

NSSO Sample Survey       67.30 77.00    57.00   61.55   73.22    49.27
(2004-05) (61st round)


Increase (% points)      2.50   1.70    3.30    5.25    4.42     7.70



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            Progress under SSA:2007-08
                                                               (Rs in crore)
                                                       GOI         GOUP
 Prescribed share (65:35)                             2,236.99       1,204.53
 Amount released in 2007-08                           2,047.59      1,141.40
  Total funds available in 2007-08                      Rs. 3,441.52 crore
     (incl. unutilised funds of Rs 252.53 Cr of previous year)
  Expenditure                                           Rs. 2,977.77 crore

             Item                   Target       Achievement       Under
                                                                 Construction
Primary schools                       813         739 (91%)          74
Upper primary schools                5,510       5,015 (91%)         495
Additional classrooms               31,535     28,889 (91.6%)       2,646
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         Proposed Work Plan : 2008-09
Item                          Number
Primary schools           3,033 new schools
Upper Primary schools     4,398 new schools
Addl. Classrooms               17,310

                 Item    Additional  Financial
                        Requirement Requirement
                         in Schools   (Cr Rs)
    Toilets                    11043       26.50
    Hand pumps                  3756        9.82
    Boundary Walls             86419     1148.12
    Electrification           140750           552.97
    Total                                     1734.41
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Strategies for Enrolment of Out of School Children
                     (2008-09)
      131 KGBVs are proposed in 2008-09 in Educationally
       backward blocks out of which 52 KGBVs are earmarked for
       minority blocks
      One residential school in rented building is proposed in Special
       Focus Districts - 17 (SC) and 22 (Minority)
Item                                  No.     Expected Coverage of Out of
                                                school Children (in lacs)
Education Guarantee Centres           3560                0.18
Alternative & Innovative Education    5564                0.86
Centres
Non-Residential Bridge Course         1769                0.70
Residential Bridge Course             851                 0.51
Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya      201                 0.20
                       Total                              2.45       67
               Inclusive Education 2008-09
 Special survey will be done by itinerant and resource teachers
   during May-June, 08 to identify more children with special needs.

 819 medical assessment camps are planned.

 70 residential bridge courses for Visually Impaired and Hiring
   Impaired children of 6 month duration.

 Construction of ramps in 4565 schools.

 Braille text books for blind children

 Enlarge & bold print text books for low vision children

 Strengthening of resource centre at the district level
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     Impact of Quality Initiatives in U.P
 NCERT has conducted Baseline Achievement Survey and Mid
  term Achievement survey for Learning achievement of class V
  children.
 The findings of survey show significant improvement in learning
  levels in the state:
                    BAS           MAS           Difference
                    (Mean %)      (Mean %)      in Mean %
Language            50.20         61.77         11.57
Mathematics         37.81         52.39         19.98



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            Secondary Education
1.   To impart quality education to more than 50 lacs left out
     children, the state government has taken a decision to
     establish “State Open School Board”.
     – The objective of establishing State Open School Board is to
       provide opportunity of education to working children
       especially rural children of deprived sections of society
       including girls.

2.   The state has taken a decision to provide computer
     facilities in 5000 government and aided secondary schools.
3.   The state has taken a decision to upgrade 278 government
     secondary schools to senior secondary schools.
4.   The state government has plans to provide a grant of Rs.
     20 lacs in two installments for opening of girls‟ schools in
     unserved nyaya panchayats of blocks.

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5. State Government plans to establish 50 schools in
   educationally backwards blocks with concentration of
   scheduled caste population under P.P.P. mode.
   – Each school to cost Rs. 1.5 crores, of which the state will bear
     33%
   – Only those blocks will be selected which have female literacy
     rate below 40% and gender gap more than 20%.
   – 10% SC children, 10% OBC children and 10% children from
     general category shall be given free education in these schools

6. A detailed proposal of Rs.3011.25 crores has been sent
   to GOI regarding SUCCESS, an expansion
   programme of secondary education under 11th five
   year plan.
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                HIGHER EDUCATION
• Permission granted for opening of three private universities;
• Grant sanctioned for opening 60 degree colleges by private
    management in unserved blocks and permission granted for
    opening 150 colleges in self-financing scheme and 7 new
    Government degree colleges sanctioned in unserved districts.
• Grant released for online education through EDUSAT to all state
    universities.
•   To expand higher education : Establish new universities in
    private sector and permit new colleges in self-financing scheme.
•   To improve quality of education : Establish Centre of
    Excellence in 5 state universities. Develop 10 government
    degree colleges and 10 aided degree colleges as Centres of
    Excellence.
•   To increase employment potential of students : Establish
    career guidance bureau/placement cell in all the Universities.
    Open BBA & BCA courses in 51 government colleges.
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                ASSISTANCE REQUIRED
• Government of India will setup thirty central universities to
  improve Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER). State of U.P. with
  huge student population in age group (18-24) of around 2
  crore and a GER of 9% against national average of 11% will
  make available adequate land for setting up 3 central
  universities- one each in Bundelkhand, Western Uttar
  Pradesh and Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
• Government of India has identified 41 districts in Uttar
  Pradesh with low GER where Government of India will
  provide Rs. 2.67 crore to set up a model degree college; rest
  amount including cost of land to be provided by State.
  Government of India may kindly sanction 8 colleges for
  2008-09, for which land and balance cost will be arranged
  by Uttar Pradesh.

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           Technical Education


   60 Govt. polytechnics, 19 aided and 27 Pvt.
    Polytechnics.       Intake- 20400
   7 Govt. Engineering Colleges, 279 Pvt.
    Technical & management colleges
                        Intake - 65777
   258 ITIs in Govt. Sector; 232 Pvt. ITIs
                       Intake - 77702


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Development of Technical Education in PPP mode
    Plan to:
      – set-up one IIT level and one IISc level institute
     –   4 Engineering colleges in backward areas
     –   Open 50 new polytechnics
     –   Open ITIs in every block- 250 ITIs
     –   Upgrade & enhance infrastructure in Existing
         polytechnics & ITIs

    GOI assistance in the above would be appreciated




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          ASSISTANCE REQUIRED FROM GoI
 Opening of polytechnics in 14 unserved districts- Rs 126 Crores
  required - proposal sent
 Upgradation of Infrastructure of polytechnics - Proposal for Rs 132
  Crore sent to GoI
 Hostels for girls in polytechnics- Rs 70 Crores required - Proposal
  sent.
 Improving the quality of engineering education- TEQIP- State
  should get substantial funds in TEQIP II
 Upgradation of infrastructure of ITIs - GoI assistance required
 Bundelkhand as educational HUB : One IIT, One IIM, One IIIT
 4 Other IIITs sought from GoI under PPP mode
 State plans to launch SKILL development mission- SKILL
  development centre for cluster of villages- GoI assistance would be
  required
 Establishment of one Research & Development Institute for Bio-
  Technology           - Rs 250 Crores
 Establishment of one Research & Development Institute for Nano-
  Technology        - Rs 250 Crores                               76
Vocational Education Council
1.   To contract and Grant permission to
     Vocational institutions
2.   To prepare syllabus of vocational education
     institution
3.   Conduct     Examination      of     Vocational
     education institution
4.   To grant certificate to the students passed
     from vocational education institution


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Medical Health
      &
Family Welfare



                 78
    District Hospital-OPD & Indoor Patients
                   (Jan.-Dec.)
              20                                                 1.2

                          No. of OPD                                      No. of Indoor
              18
                          Patients                                        Patients
                                                                  1
              16
In Ten Lakh




                                                   In Ten Lakh
              14
                                                                 0.8
              12

              10                                                 0.6

               8
                                                                 0.4
               6

               4
                                                                 0.2
               2

               0                                                  0
                   2005      2006      2007                            2005       2006           2007




                          Year                OPD Patients (lakh)             Indoor Patients (lakh)
                          2005                          150.46                            8.11
                          2006                          157.84                            8.03
                          2007                          188.29                            10.65         79
                District Male Hospitals-Status of
                     Functional Equipments
               600

               550
In Thousands




               500

               450

               400                                                             Proportional
                                                                               Target
               350
                                                                               Total Nos .
               300
                                                                               Add.
               250                                                              c
                                                                               A hievements
               200

               150

               100

               50

                0
                                X- Ray            Pathology Test



S.N.                 Activity      Proportional   Total no.   Achievements      % of additional
                                      Target                  against target     achievement
    1-         X-Ray                 46,840        58,312        11,472              24.5
    2-         Pathology Test        2,90,882      4,28,877     1,37,995             47.4
                                                                                            80
Janani Suraksha Yojana (Institutional Deliveries)
               1000
               950
               900
               850
               800
               750
               700
               650
               600
               550
In Thousands




               500                                                 Institutional
               450                                                 Delivery
               400
               350
               300
               250
               200
               150
               100
                50
                 0
                      2005-06       2006-07   2007-08




                            Year                    Institutional deliveries
                          2005-06                           12,127
                          2006-07                          1,68,130
                          2007-08                          9,64,376            81
ASHA Scheme-Achievements

  Thousands
              120
              100
               80
               60
               40
               20
                0
                    Selected       Trained

 Year                   Selected             Trained

2005-06                  19887                1150
2006-07                  100186              94946
2007-08                  130783              125093

                                                       82
                      T.B. Control Programme
               300

               270

               240
                                                            Pers ons
                                                            Inves tigated (In
               210
                                                            Lac s )
               180                                          % Sputum
In Thousands




                                                            pos itive patients
               150

               120

                90

                60

                30

                 0
                      2005          2006     2007




               Year          Tested People    % of New Positive Patients in
                               (In Lacs)            Sputum Testing
               2005              1.76                    49.25
               2006              2.23                    52.25
               2007              2.45                    56.00            83
     Key Achievements under NRHM (2007-08)
   1.30 lakh ASHA selected and trained in first module.
   Contractual appointment of 1410 staff nurses, 960 ANMs, 155
    Lady doctors & 82 Lab Technicians
   63 DFH /CHCs functional as FRUs
   9.64 lakh women benefitted under JSY in 2007-08 in comparison
    to 1.67 lakh in 2006-07
   RKS constituted at all districts hospitals & CHCs/BPHCs
   28600 Village Health & Sanitation Committees constituted
   Comprehensive child survival programme in 17 selected districts
    started in the 2007-08 to reduce the Infant Mortality Rate
   Accreditation of private facilities has been initiated for JSY
   Divisional PMUs Established
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Priorities under NRHM- 2008-09
   To facilitate 15 lacs beneficiaries under Janani Suraksha
    Yojana.
   All 823 CHC/BPHC to be made functional for 24x7 services.
   Atleast 2 facilities in each district (total 140 no.) to be made
    functional as FRU.
   Training of 5000 ANMs & 900 male workers to be started
    with the help of private sector.
   Construction of buildings for 3315 Sub Centres
   Medical mobile units in each district
   10 clinical training centres to be established at district level
   ASHA Support System will be established with the help of
    NGO at the Block level.
   Fixed day family planning services to be provided at CHC
    level
   Adolescent counseling center in each district
   School health programme in 36000 schools.
   Pilot of conditional cash transfer scheme for addressing
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    malnutrition among girls
                       Issues
• Major Bottlenecks in Procurement

   • Vaccines for RI not available timely, especially DT &
    Measles.
   • Vaccines for JE campaign not available in time – has
    affected the program.
   • IFA Tablets.
 Cold Chain replacement not approved by GOI.
 Release of funds (Rs. 24 Cr) for NPCB to clear past
  liabilities not approved.
States initiative for handling cases of drug resistant TB not
 approved.                                                   86
Information
Technology



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I.T & Electronics – eGovernance:Core Infrastructure Projects
  SWAN
    The project envisages setting up of a backbone network of 3 Hubs with 885
     nodes connecting all the blocks, tehsils & districts to the state capital over a 2
     Mbps bandwidth. Implementation by NIC.
    Data, Video and Voice (IP based) network, which shall be reaching to all the
     districts and ultimately more than 100,000 villages of the state
    All the 70 districts are linked with HQ and are operational. The Tehsil level
     NOC shall be operational by June, 2008 and all the Block level NOC shall be
     operational by July 2008.
 Jan Sewa Kendras (Common Service Centres-CSC)
    The State is implementing CSC project in which a total of 17909 CSCs shall
     be setup in rural areas during the year 2008-09.
    The CSCs shall be known as 'Jan Seva Kendra' in the State. These Kendras
     shall be the delivery points of various services to citizens at their doorstep.
    25% of the centres shall be rolled out by 08-09-08, another 25% by 08-11-08,
     25% by 08-01-09 and the rest 25% by 08-04-09
    Since the revenue support is based on the availability of G2C services, the
     State has to develop appropriate G2C service enablement plans, at least for key
     government services                                                       88
I.T & Electronics – eGovernance:Core Infrastructure Projects
 STATE DATA CENTER
    The third major core infrastructure project under eGovernance plan of the State Government is
     the State Data Centre which is being set up to consolidate services, applications and
     infrastructure to provide efficient delivery of Government-to-Government (G2G), Government-
     to-Citizen (G2C) and Government-to-Business (G2B) services
    Ensure high Data and Application availability to all eGovernance applications
    GoI has given approval for establishment of SDC at a cost of Rs. 55.33 crores. The Date Centre
     shall be installed at Updesco premises. DIT share of Rs 4.20 cr has been transferred to the State
     by GoI. RFP under preparation by Ms Wipro the selected consultants


 E-District (a Mission Mode Project)
  Being implemented in 6 districts viz. Gorakhpur, Noida, Ghaziabad, Sultanpur,
   Sitapur & Raibareilly. It will provide 10 services/32 sub-services to citizens
   electronically. It shall become operational in September, 2008. Once implemented on
   pilot basis and upon its success, it shall be rolled out in other districts of the state.
  Data digitization work at district level is under progress
  The application development is being carried out by State NIC with active support
   from Consultants
  One Jan Soochana Kendra at each district level is being established with an
   estimated cost of Rs. 40.00 lacs for each centre.                                    89
I.T & Electronics – eGovernance:Core Infrastructure Projects

   E-Procurement (a Mission Mode Project)
    To be implemented in 6 departments viz. PWD,
     Irrigation, Medical & Health, Industries, IT &
     Electronics & Printing & Stationary on pilot basis in
     the State
    Government directives issued and departmental level
     infrastructure created

      Methodologies finalized, training program and
       resource persons finalized in the State
      Tender Notice published in Newspapers for
       registered tenderers/bidders to get Digital Signature
       issued and thereafter to get trained on e-Procurement
       Application Software usage from 20/05/2008
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       National eGovernance Plan – Issues with GoI
NEGAP
   Under the CSC scheme the project for UP has been
    sanctioned in 2007-08 with a total cost of Rs. 284 crores for
    4 years. The open bids received by GoUP in 5 of the 7 zones
    are either negative or have no fiscal liability towards GoUP.
    This shall result in saving of about Rs 250 crores from the
    sanctioned amount as calculated at normative value. GoI may
    consider the saving thus derived to be used in Back end
    Computerisation for e-Governance services.
   GoI has released an installment of ACA for State Data
    Centre Scheme for some States. UP may also be given the Ist
    Installment of ACA of approx Rs. 4.20 crores as approved.
   Bandwidth cost of SWAN was to be reimbursed by GoI. A
    payment of approx Rs. 11 crores is due from GoI on this
    account.

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Urban Development



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          Urban Infrastructure and
             Governance (UIG)
 Cities Covered                                  7
 Project Submitted (No)                          30
 Project Cost of Submitted Project      Rs     3910.42 Cr.
 Sanctioned Project (No)                         16
 Sanctioned Project Cost                Rs.   1912.27 Cr.
 GoI Share against Sanctioned Project   Rs.   1368.59 Cr.
 Released by GoI against (6)            Rs.   232.26 Cr.
 Project Pending in GoI                          3
 Project Cost of Pending Project        Rs.   266.35 Cr.
   UC submitted to GoI                  Rs. 85.00 Cr
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Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme
 for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT)
   Project Submitted (No.)                    66
   Project Cost of Submitted Project Rs. 1155.96 Cr.
   Sanctioned Project (No)                     49
   Sanctioned Project Cost              Rs. 995.00 Cr.
   GoI Share against Sanctioned Project Rs. 796.00 Cr.
   Released by GoI against (6)          Rs. 308.74 Cr.
   Project Pending in GoI (No)                 17
   Project Cost of Pending Project       Rs. 200.0 Cr.
   UC Submitted to GoI                   Rs. 13.02 Cr.
    GoI has only released the funds for 33 projects against the 49
    sanctioned projects                                              94
     Basic Services for Urban Poor
                (BSUP)
   Cities Covered -                               7
   Project Submitted (No.)                      12
   Project Cost of Submitted Project      Rs. 437.71 Cr.
   Sanctioned Project (No)                       12
   Sanctioned Project Cost                Rs. 437.71 Cr.
   GoI Share against Sanctioned Project   Rs. 218.75 Cr.
   Released by GoI against (6)            Rs. 43.86 Cr.
   UC Submitted to GoI                     Rs. 26.48 Cr.




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 INTEGRATED HOUSING AND SLUM
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (IHSDP)
    Cities Covered -                                     9
    Project Submitted (No.)                              9
    Project Cost of Submitted Project             Rs. 33.30 Cr.
    Sanctioned Project (No)                              9
    Sanctioned Project Cost                       Rs. 33.30 Cr.
    GoI Share against Sanctioned Project          Rs. 26.64 Cr.
    Released by GoI against (6)                   Rs. 11.05 Cr.
    UC Submitted to GoI                           Rs. 9.47 Cr.

Same specifications are adopted under BSUP and IHSDP dwelling
units but the unit cost under IHSDP is only Rs 80000 whereas in BSUP
the unit cost is Rs 2 lakh.. This needs to revised and made the same as
that under BSUP.                                                     96
Social Welfare


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                           Issues
•   State has introduced scholarship schemes for general
    students, which should be shared by GOI on 50% basis.
    anticipated expenditure for pre-matric classes is expected to
    be Rs. 200 crores and for post-matric classes nearly Rs. 250
    crores.
•   Coaching scheme for different competitive examinations for
    poor general candidates has bee introduced, in which
    anticipated expenditure is expected to be Rs. 13.50 crores,
    which should also be shared by GOI on 50% basis.
•    State provides Old Age Pension to persons above the age of
    60 years. GOI provides Central assistance of Rs. 200/- per
    beneficiary for persons above the age of 65 years. GOI should
    reduce age limit from 65 to 60 years.

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•   GOI should provide 50 % of construction cost of Ashram
    Type School for scheduled caste as is admissible for
    scheduled tribes ATS.
•   It is requested that GOI should bear 50% of running cost of
    Hostel and ATS.
•   State Govt. provides grant for daughter's marriage and
    treatment of illness to Sc/ST/General caste families below
    poverty line. It is requested that GOI should bear at least
    50% amount of the grant.




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  Women
      &
Child Welfare


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         Women Welfare
 For  empowerment of women to ensure
  women‟s participation in all decision making
  processes and economic activities, State
  Women Policy formulated.
 13.52 lakh destitute women living below
  poverty line are being covered under pension
  scheme.
 Need to build and strengthen observation
  homes in each district as per JJ Act
 As per GoI norms, NGOs not willing to bear
  50% of land cost under Working Womens
  Hostel hence GOI to bear entire land cost.
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               Child Welfare-ICDS
   Through 897 operational projects and 150460
    Anganwadi Centres, 218 lakh beneficiaries are being
    provided various services under ICDS programme..

   Out of 150460 operational Anganwadi centres,
    11000 centres have their own buildings
    constructed/under construction.

   There is an urgent need to construct the remaining
    centres with child friendly toilets and kitchen sheds.
    GoI should provide assistance

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               Problems & Issues
 As per directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court, all ICDS
  projects to provide hot cooked meal by 2009.

 Under Phase-I, hot cooked meal is being provided in 470
   projects. Conversion cost @ Rs. 0.50 per beneficiary per
   day (67.68 lac beneficiaries, excluding children below 3
   years), a total amount of Rs. 101.52 Crores and for utensils
   Rs 23.56 Cr. is required.

 During 2008-09, to cover the remaining 427 projects, Rs.
  88.16 crores and Rs 20.99 Cr for utensils is required.


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 Requirement of ACA for 2008-09                     (Cr Rs)
Item              2007-08     2007-08 Released by      2008-09
                 Allocation           GoI              Demand
AIBP              140.00            155.94              708.04
JNNURM            526.34            355.71              700.00
BRGF              634.71            163.71             1200.00
NSAP              504.33            331.07              830.76
One time ACA       75.00             75.00              300.00
RKVY              109.00            103.90              450.00
APDRP              40.87             20.78              200.00
BADP               24.73             23.70              50.00
CRF               143.11            173.00              500.00
NEGAP              25.25             35.50              35.50
Article 275(1)      4.47             4.47                4.92
TSP                 4.96             4.96                5.46
NPAG                6.01             3.18                6.61
Total             2238.78          1450.92             4991.29
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Projects Proposed to be Financed Under One time ACA (Grant )

   Water Supply & Irrigation facilities in Bundelkhand- Rs 300 Cr.
   Setting up Agriculture University in Banda – Rs 100 Cr
   Providing assistance for drip and sprinkler irrigation to small and
    marginal farmers in Vindhyanchal region- Rs 50 Cr
   One solar light for every Indira Awas- Rs 50 Cr
   Creation of permanent infrastructure in Allahabad for Kumbh
    Mela/Tourism Development - Rs 200 Cr.
   Setting up a World University of Religion and Culture at
    Sarnath, Varanasi - Rs 200 Cr
   Development of state of art tourism infrastructure in Agra- Rs 100
    Cr.
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      SIZE OF ANNUAL PLAN 2008-09

 Additional Central Assistance to the tune of
  Rs 4991.27 Cr needed under different
  programmes
 Annual Plan size should be fixed at-least at
  Rs 35000 Cr




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