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Schemes and Programmes
This scheme was started in the financial year 2006-2007 and is an on-going scheme and is being implemented through Kerala Institute of Local Administration. The goal of the scheme is the capacity building and training of all the employees of Kerala Municipal common Service and Urban Affairs Department. Altogether around 2000 employees (both from department & Muncipal Common Service) have been trained hitherto and about 3000 employees is yet to be trained.
This scheme is meant for developing expertise of the officers of Urban Affairs Department and Municipal Common Service in Project Management. That is for conducting management development programme on Urban project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation”.
This Scheme is meant for the-computerization of the Department of Urban Affairs (Directorate and Regional offices of Urban Affairs Department). The allocation is for purchase of hardware and accessories, repairs and maintenance and annual maintenance contract for which non-plan fund will not be available. This is an ongoing Scheme started from 2002-03.
This Scheme is meant for the establishment / modernization of slaughter houses in Urban Areas in accordance with the specifications of the Pollution Control Board. According to the verdicts of Hon’ High Court of Kerala establishment / modernization of Slaughter houses becomes a mandatory function of every Urban Local body. The budgetary outlay is for the construction of buildings, purchase of machinery and for meeting contingencies. The ULB should possess land of their own or acquire land for the purpose in their own cost. The establishment cost will be met by Government and ULB in the ratio 1:1. The Nodal Agency for the Scheme is ‘Suchithwa Mission’, Kerala and they are providing technical assistance to Urban Local Bodies.
This Scheme is formulated by ‘Suchitwhwa Mission’, Kerala as a part of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Integrated Low Cost Sanitation Programme. Under this scheme, a portion of the targeted pour flush individual latrine tanks will be replaced by Bio- Digestion Chamber which will be more hygienic.
The scheme is for slum dwellers and urban poor on the lines of the Indira Awaz Yojana for the rural poor. The schemes for affordable housing through partnership and the scheme for interest subsidy for urban housing would be dovetailed into the Rajeev Awaz Yojana which would extend support under JNNURM to States that are willing to assign property rights The scheme is for slum dwellers and urban poor on the lines of the Indira Awaz Yojana for the rural poor. The ultimate goal is to create a slum free nation in five years. The Central Government extends the support to ease the flow of institutional finance for construction of houses.
The scheme is proposed to be a right-based scheme parallel to the NREGS which covers only rural areas. The scope, objective and the detailed guidelines for implementation of the scheme will be issued by the LSGD in consultation with the State Planning Board. The implementation of the scheme will be purely according to the guidelines issued by the Government.
Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT) was launched during the year 2005-06 to improve the infrastructure in small and medium towns in the country. In Kerala Urban Local Bodies, excluding Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi Corporations, Thrippunithura and Kalamassery Municipalities, are eligible for getting financial assistance under the scheme.
The major objectives of this integrated poverty alleviation programme are to provide self - employment or wage employment to the urban unemployed and under employed poor by setting up self employment ventures. Upgrading the skills of the poor to enable them to be gainfully employed is also envisaged.
Integrated Housing and slums Development Programme (IHSDP) is for housing and infrastructure development in urban slums by combining the centrally sponsored schemes of VAM BAY and NSDP. IHSDP is to be implemented in all towns and cities identified as per 2001 census except cities/towns covered under JNNURM (Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi corporations). The major components of the scheme are housing, shelter up gradation, sanitation, roads, drains, footpaths, social amenities like construction of Primary Health Centers, Anganwadi buildings etc. Provision for model demonstration projects, slum improvement and rehabilitation project, adult education, reorientation activities etc. are also advisable components under IHSDP. The funding pattern of IHSDP is 80:20 shared by Central and State Governments. The State share (20%) would be equally shared by (10% each) the State government and the participating Urban Local Self Governments. Kudumbashree is the Nodal Agency for IHSDP
Cities and Towns of India constitute the world’s second largest urban system. Government of India has approved a Mission Mode approach for implementation of urban infrastructure improvement programme in a time bound manner in selected cities. The mission entrusted with this task is known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission. The Mission objectives are:
Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP) is a component of JNNURM and implemented through Kudumbashree. Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi Corporations alone come under the scheme. The funding pattern of BSUP is 80:20 shared by Central and State Governments. The state share should be equally shared by the state government and LSGIs. The objective of the scheme is to provide basic services viz. solid waste management, water supply, improvement of slums, construction and improvements of drains/storm water drains, sewerage, drainage, street lighting, health care etc. to the urban poor in the cities covered under the Mission.
The objective of the project is to achieve sustainable development and poverty reduction in five Corporations and it is being evolved with technical assistance from ADB with the following components.
The ultimate goal of this Scheme is providing land and house to all those who are landless and houseless in the state. This is a purely state funded Scheme. The fund required is tobe raised from the Plan Fund, by the way of raising loans from Banks especially Co-operative Banks by ULBs and other sources like contributions from NRI’s , Government Servants, NGOs etc. It is a total subsidized Scheme to the beneficiaries.