Rural Building Maintenance & Renovation Scheme (RBMRS)

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The new Scheme Rural Building Maintenance and Renovation Scheme is implemented from the year 2010 – 11 onwards

ELECTION AND FINALIZATION OF THE WORKS

Selection Committee consisting of the following members should inspect each and every asset owned by rural Local Bodies and list out the items of repairs and improvements to be carried out.

  1. Block Development Officer (Village Panchayats) – Convenor of the Committee.
  2. Union Engineer.
  3. Panchayat Union Ward Member concerned.
  4. Village Panchayat President.
  5. Village Panchayat Vice-president.
  6. Any office bearer of the Panchayat Level Federation (PLF) as nominated by the PLF concerned.

If the Selection Committee is of the opinion that a particular rural asset is so dilapidated that it requires total replacement, it should not be taken up for repairs under this Scheme.

Note: The maintenance and renovation works proposed by the Selection Committee should be listed out, in an Assessment Sheet in the order of priority, in a format to be prescribed by the Commissioner of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj. All the members of the certifying Committee should sign the above Assessment Sheet, certifying the need to take up the repair and improvement works for each such rural assets.

IMPLEMENTING AGENCY

This Scheme shall be entrusted to the Village Panchayats for implementation. The works shall be executed through tendering process. Works of a similar nature in a Village Panchayat may be clubbed together to form one or more packages, in order to avoid multiple tenders leading to unnecessary paper-work and to enable easy monitoring. The provisions of Table I of Notification II in the Tamil Nadu Panchayats (Preparation of Plans and Estimate of works and mode and conditions of contracts) Rules, 2007 vide G.O.Ms.No.203, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (PR.1) Department, dated: 20.12.2007 will be followed for tendering.
 

DOCUMENTATION

Documentation should be done detailing various processes in the implementation of the Scheme, starting from identification of the works upto the completion. Once, the work is over, the fact that the asset has been renovated under the ‘Rural Buildings Maintenance and Renovation Scheme should be prominently written in Tamil along with the amount incurred on a portion of the asset.

In Tiruvallur District the Scheme is implemented in all 539 Village Panchayats of 14 Panchayat Unions.

Summary
Year
2010 - 2011
No. of Works taken up
404
No. of Completed
105
(upto 31/05/2011)
Financial Allocation
Rs. 234.80 Lakhs
Achievement
Rs. 53.10 Lakhs

RBMRS (ALL) Block Wise 2010 - 2011

S.No

Block Name

Physical

Financial

Total Works

Completed

Pending

% of Completed

Estimated
Amount

Exp. Amt.

Balance Amt

% of Achievement

1

Villivakkam

9

3

6

33.33

12.55

3.77

8.78

30.04

2

Puzhal

11

3

8

27.27

11.15

1.03

10.12

9.24

3

Minjur

38

3

35

7.89

21.55

1.13

20.42

5.24

4

Sholavaram

24

10

14

41.67

15.77

4.55

11.22

28.85

5

Gummidipoondi

39

8

31

20.51

27.21

4.57

22.64

16.80

6

Tiruvalangadu

25

5

20

20.00

9.93

1.21

8.72

12.19

7

Tiruttani

15

5

10

33.33

17.07

2.42

14.65

14.18

8

Pallipet

19

2

17

10.53

21.56

2.63

18.93

12.20

9

R.K. Pet

23

2

21

8.70

16.20

1.07

15.13

6.60

10

Tiruvallur

47

11

36

23.40

23.67

5.43

18.24

22.94

11

Poondi

51

 

51

0.00

14.81

 

14.81

0.00

12

Kadambathur

31

 

31

0.00

12.47

 

12.47

0.00

13

Ellapuram

55

28

27

50.91

25.21

11.45

13.76

45.42

14

Poonamallee

17

10

7

58.82

5.86

3.22

2.64

54.95

Grand Total

404

90

314

22.28

235.01

42.48

192.53

18.08