Urban Administration & Development deals with the issues concerning Water
supply, Road Maintenance, Sewage water drainage, Solid Waste Management,
Street Lighting arrangement, development of slum areas, infrastructure
developmentetc in the urban areas of the State. Currently there are 377 ULBs
in the State comprising of 14 Municipal Corporations, 99 Municipal Councils
and 264 Nagar Panchayats functioning in the State.
- Madhya Pradesh Urban services for poor (MPUSP) Programme
Withthe partnership of British Government’s Department for InternationalDevelopment (DfID) this programme has included 4 mega cities of State viz.
Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur aiming pro poor developmental works
in the slum areas including infrastructure development.
. Themajor objectives of the programme are as under:-
(1) To implement to urban management process through taking along
the urban poor and associating them in planning processes.
(2) In consideration of the goal implement urban infrastructure
schemes through assistance of the poor, the poor be entrusted
responsibilities of O&M for the infrastructure created by such
(3) In order to provide the poor living in urban areas a more reliable
service regime, strengthening of institutional structure at the
municipalities state level.
(4) To create a facilitating and enabling environment for the cities that
could lead them to desired development and enable them to achieve
the expected growth rate by resorting to better policies, legal and
(5) To assist in making provisions of safe drinking water and basic
services to the urban poor through ULBs.
(6) To enable state and municipal corporations more responsible and
effective in providing reliable services to the citizen in a
transparent manner .
- Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) The
objectives of this centrally added scheme for the four big cities of Madhya
Pradesh are to improve and develop infrastructural facilities within their
jurisdiction. This scheme is being implemented in Bhopal/Indore/Jabalpur
and Ujjain has been included under heritage category town. Under this
scheme the Central Government Contribution is 50% except for Ujjain
where it is 80%.
- Integrated Housing and Slum Development Project (IHSDP) This
Centrally Sponsored Scheme has been initiated by integrating the National
Slum Development Programme and ValmikiAmbedkar Housing Scheme
under sector reforms plan in December 2005 in its integral form under new
avatar with above name. Major objectives of this scheme are to provide the
Urban Poor with adequate housing and infrastructural facilities in the slum
areas. This scheme is being implemented in the cities and towns other than
those which are included in the JNNURM. Under this Scheme the cost of a
dwelling unit standardized is Rs. 80,000/-. 20% of the amount is reserved
for infrastructural Development in the slum area. For construction of
residential units Central Government contribution is 80%, State Government
contribution is 8% and the beneficiaries contribution is 12%
The area of a dwelling unit would be minimum 250 sqft.
Comprising at least 2 rooms, kitchen and a toilet.
State Sponsored Schemes
- Training :To enhance capicities of Officials, Employees and elected
Representatives of the Urban Local Bdies, capicity building programmes,
trainings and workshops are organised with the help of Academy of
Administration and other reputed organisations of the Country
- Group Insurance Scheme for Sanitary Workers The objectives of this
scheme are to help the successors of the Sanitary Worker in the event of their
untimely death. Under this scheme the family of the deceased Safai
Karmchariget benefit of Rs. 50,000/- on natural death, and Rs. 1,00,000/- in
case of accidental death.
- Urban Sanitation Mission With the objectives of enhancing Life Standards
of the poor communities living in the urbar areas a special programme called
State Urban Sanitation Mission has been started with the holistic approach of
providing environmental and sanitary solution to dwellers in poor setlements
within integrated approach and methodology. Among other objectives the
mission envisages to:-
- To make the cities and towns of the state open defication free.
- The areas which are lacking sanitation facilities would be brought
under the coverage of adequate urban services and it would be ensured
that the dwellers in such areas get proper access to the sanitation
- Collection and safe disposal of kitchen and other waste generating from
- 100% collection, treatment and safe disposal of wastes generating from
- To prohibit mixing of biomedical and other harmful waste into urban
- To encourage the techniques and innovations, extension and research that
could be helpful in bringing down costs of construction of sanitation
amenities, soak pits etc. helpful to safely dispose human excreta.
- To develop an institutional and statutory mechanism that could ensure the
long terms benefits for the urban areas.
- Regulation of factors causing adverse effects on health and environment.
- Monitoring and evolution of citywise and sectorwise schemes.
Both economic and social development of nation depends upon infrastructure in
different sectors such as Road & Transport, housing both in rural and urban
area, industrial, agro-food processing, health and education etc. To build
required infrastructure, technically skilled and trained manpower is required for
each sector. For future planning of producing skilled manpower can be under
taken effectively, only if estimates of available manpower, required manpower,
by sectors and skill sets is available at nation and state level.
Include various schemes here.
State has the highest proportion of Scheduled Tribe population there are around
46 schedule tribes in the state. Of which, Government of India has recognized
Baiga, Bharia and Saharia tribes of the state (only in identified pockets) as
Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PTG) and considered as most backward
tribes. For the development of Scheduled Tribe population, it is proposed that
the district, with more than 25% of tribal population, should be considered as
“Special Area for Other Schemes and Sub Plans” and these district needs to be
treated at par with states which are classified as special category States. Even after building hostels, ashrams and schools of excellence still there is a gap which is yet to be filled in. Providing of quality education is other major problem, which is being faced by the state.
ATMA- Agricultural Technology Management Agency
AGRISNET- Agriculture Information System Net Work
MPFC- Madhya Pradesh finance corporation
PICL- provident investment company ltd.
MPSIDCO- M.P. state industrial development corporation ltd.
CED- centre for entrepreneurship development Madhya Pradesh
SMCL- state mining corporation ltd.
ISOPOM: Integrated Scheme of Oilseeds,Oilpalm and Maize
Agriculture and allied activities:-
- 26% of state domestic product
- 71% of the total work force.
- increasing productivity through inputs like more irrigation in rain fed areas, improved seeds with increased seed replacement rate, increased and balanced use of fertilizers, encouraging organic farming through use of organic and green manures, bio-pesticides and bio-fertilizers
improving water harvesting through microminor,
- improving ground water recharge
education related targets.:-
- prime objectives –
- 100% enrolment of 6-14 years children in school.
- Elementary quality education.
- Primary school facility within a distance of one km. radius of each habitation and Upper Primary schools within a reach of 3 Kms
- reducing dropout rate to less than 5%
- reducing Gender gap at upper primary level to less than 5% or to zero,
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