SLSSC for 2012-13–Administrative Sanction for extension of PWS Schemes


The Engineer-in-Chief, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Department, Hyderabad, in his letter has submitted the proposals to Government for extension of PWS Scheme to 586 INDIRAMMA housing colonies (as per agenda No.3 of minutes of the meeting), with an estimated cost of Rs.1646.74 lakhs which were approved by the SLSSC during the meeting held on 16.11.2012 for according administrative sanction under NRDWP-Coverage grant, with a sharing pattern of 50:50 between GOI and State.

The Government after careful examination of the request of the Engineer-in-Chief, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Department, Hyderabad hereby accord Administrative sanction for extension of PWS Scheme to 586 INDIRAMMA housing colonies with an estimated cost of Rs.1646.74 lakhs (Rupees Sixteen crore Forty six lakhs seventy four thousand only) under NRDWP-Coverage grant with 50:50 cost sharing between GOI and State, as cleared by the State Level Schemes Sanctioning Committee meeting held on 16.11.2012. The details of abstract and list of works are enclosed in Annexure-I and II.

The Engineer–in–Chief, Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Department, Hyderabad is requested to limit the expenditure to Rs.1646.74 lakhs (Rupees Sixteen crore Forty six lakhs seventy four thousand only) and details of all works should be uploaded on IMS “Watersoft” System.

The Engineer-in-Chief, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department, Hyderabad is requested to scrupulously follow the guidelines of NRDWP and utilize the funds as per financial rules.

For any change from sanctioned technical estimates during execution, the agreement authority shall approach the approving authority concerned in writing. No assumption of approval should be made unless approval is received in writing. The Technical sanction to be accorded must fully conform to the above administrative sanction components only.

The Engineer-in-Chief, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department, Hyderabad, while conveying the technical approval/sanction should ensure that necessary instructions
shall be incorporated therein, to all the agreement authorities concerned (S.Es) to follow the sequential order i.e., head-to-tail approach scrupulously (i) in grounding works, and (ii) while sanctioning payments.

The DPRs properly approved by competitive authorities should be forwarded to the Government.

The Chief Engineer, NRDWP, RWS&S Department , Hyderabad is permitted to accord clearance for these works after establishing the sustainable source.
The Superintending Engineer, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department concerned shall place the works to a District Level Committee consisting of:

1) The District Collector .. Chairman
2) The Superintending Engineer (Irrigation) .. Member
3) The Superintending Engineer (Roads and Building) .. Member
4) The Superintending Engineer (Transco) .. Member
5) The Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishat .. Member
6) The Deputy Director, Ground Water Department .. Member
7) The District Panchayat Officer .. Member
8) The Superintending Engineer, RWS&S Department ..Convener

to expedite clearance if any required for the work and to make changes, if needed

The above Committee shall also ensure that the PRI concerned like ZP or GP is agreeable to take up the O&M of the Scheme from their funds on commissioning.

The district wise abstract of sanctioned works are enclosed in Annexure I and work wise details are enclosed in Annexure II in the order. No change in works shall be made without approval of the Government.

This Order Issues with the concurrence of Finance (Expr.PR&RD) Department vide their U.O.NO.1942/33/13/Expr.PR, dt.24.01.2013.

Annexure I to G.O.Rt.No. 332    Dated 28.02.2013 of PR&RD(RWS.II) Department

 

ABSTRACT FOR EXTENTION OF PWS SCHEMES TO INDIRAMMA

COLONIES  UNDER NRDWP-COVERAGE

Sl

No

District

No

Est

1

Srikakulam

0

0.00

2

Vizianagaram

4

8.30

3

Visakhapatnam

0

0.00

4

Eat Godavari 129

387.06

5

West Godavari

92

141.44

6

Krishna

88

241.25

7

Guntur

31

208.38

8

Prakasham

9

58.22

9

Nellore

7

8.65

10 Chittoor

1

12.00

11 Kadapa

7

11.01

12 Anathapur 149

283.23

13 Kurnool

1

2

14 Mahabubnagar

12

36.30

15 Rangareddy

0

0.00

16 Medak

5

46.64

17 Nizamabad

0

0.00

18 Adilabad

0

0.00

19 Karimnagar

21

92.96

20 Warangal

0

0.00

21 Khammam

0

0.00

22 Nalgonda

30

109.30

  Toa 586

1646.74

G.O.Rt.No. 332 Dated: 28-02-2013 Read:-

Letter  No. AEE/DEE(Plg)/SLSSC/2012-13-1, dated 11.12.2012 of  ENC,RWS&S, Hyderabad.

 


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