Civil Works:

Civil Works play a significant role in an endeavour to universalise elementary education. In the context of Mizoram, the need for emphasis on Civil Works is much more significant than other established states because of vast infrastructural gaps under this core issue. In this point, it may be mentioned that due to paucity of funds, the elementary schools in Mizoram suffered a serious set back in terms of basic infrastructure and amenities like Classrooms, Toilets, drinking water  facilities, electrification, ramps etc.

Efforts have been made to improve School infrastructure during the last 6 years of implementation of SSA. Though Civil Works could not be given priority during the year 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 due to the absence of State matching share, thus resulting in the non-receipt of 2nd Installment fund from Govt. of India progress during the last 3 years were quite remarkable.

Strategies for Civil Works

The strategies adopted for the planning and implementation of Civil Works are summerised below :-

·           Manual on Civil Works : To help and facilitate the VECs and supervising Engineers in the pursuits of Civil Works, Mizoram SSA Mission published Manual on Civil Works. All the implementing agencies are bound to comply with the Manual.

The Manual plays significant role in ensuring time frame, quality construction and effective supervision. The Manual has done away with undue pressure, from vested interests and ensures transparency in Civil Works.

·           Community construction : In Mizoram, the VECs play vital role in SSA. All the construction works of Schools are carried out by VECs under the supervision of District and Block level Engineers. The role of community in the form of Hnatlang (Social work/Group work i.e. this traditioned practice without any wage) consultancy and social audit prove very fruitful.

·           Strengthening of SPO and DPOs : To ensure proper planning and implementation of Civil Works, SPO has been strengthened with 1 Civil Engineers and other facilities. Engineering cells of all DPOs are strengthened with Engineers and supporting staff.

·           Evaluation and Supervision : Priority has been given to supervision and evaluation of Civil Works. In addition to in-house regular supervision, the 3rd Party Evaluation Team has been engaged for undertaking technical audit, guidance and supervision of various construction works.

·           Funding of Monitoring and Evaluation : As per norms under SSA, 1.5% of Civil Works has been utilized for supervision, monitoring and engagement of 3rd Party Evaluation Team at State level and 3% at District level. This provision has facilitated the Engineering staff to ensure regular visits and supervision of Schools.

School Infrastructure: Civil Works (2016-17)

1. Overview of the performance during the year/last year and the bottlenecks, if any in achieving the targets.

 

2. Cumulative Progress up to March, 2016.

                                                                                                                                                (Rs. in lakh)

Sl No

Activity

Sanction

Completed

In progress

Not Started

Financial

Expenditure

1

BRC

31

26

 

-

194.00

159.51

2

CRC

178

178

 

-

356.00

356.00

3

Primary School (all type)

811

676

21

114

7216.86

3412.22

4

Upper Primary School (all type)

651

610

1

40

3975

3358.1972

5

ACR (all type)

2019

1910

 

109

5720

5063.3

6

Toilet

3633

3633

 

-

2172

2132.55

7

Girl’s toilets

3323

3323

 

-

766.00

720.891

8

CWSN friendly toilet

1211

403

 

808

314.99

100.75

9

Drinking Water facility

1770

1767

3

0

340.15

340.95

10

Office/Store/Head teacher’s Room

4

4

 

-

20.00

20.00

11

Boundary wall (per School)

1837

1837

 

-

961.50

928.50

12

Boundary Wall (in running meter)

4000

1

 

3999

170.00

0.0418

13

Electrification

2249

2249

 

-

448.75

448.75

14

Child friendly elements

1640

1640

 

-

850.00

850.00

15

Repair

1275

1275

 

-

63.75

63.75

16

Library facilities PS

1421

1421

 

-

42.63

42.63

17

Library facilities UPS

974

974

 

-

97.40

97.40

18

Major Repair PS

7

7

 

-

22.75

22.75

19

Major Repair UPS

5

5

 

-

19.56

19.56

20

Furniture for UPS Students

60312

60312

 

-

301.56

301.56

21

Augmentation of trg. facility in BRC

26

26

 

-

130.00

130.00

22

Block Hostel

9

9

 

-

180.00

180.00

23

Residential Hostel

4

2

 

2

363.40

154.21

24

Separation wall

1093

1093

 

-

211.10

204.10

25

Ramps

1217

1217

 

-

121.70

121.70

26

Ramps with handrail

1070

   

1070

374.5

 

27

Kitchen Shed

300

300

 

-

108.00

108.00

Total

91070

84898

25

6142

25225.68

19336.52

Source: Information furnished by state.

 

3. Cumulative Progress (Likely up to March, 2016) 

                                                                                                                                                (Rs. in lakh)

Sl No

Activity

Sanction

Completed

In progress

Not Started

Financial

Expenditure

1

BRC

31

26

-

194.00

159.51

2

CRC

178

178

-

356.00

356.00

3

Primary School (all type)

811

676

21

114

7216.86

3412.22

4

Upper Primary School (all type)

651

610

1

40

3975

3358.1972

5

ACR (all type)

2019

1910

109

5720

5063.3

6

Toilet

2975

2975

-

527.00

487.55

7

Girl’s toilets

3319

3319

-

756.00

710.891

8

CWSN friendly toilet

1211

403

808

314.99

100.75

9

Drinking Water facility

1770

1767

3

0

340.15

340.95

10

Office/Store/Head teacher’s Room

4

4

-

20.00

20.00

11

Boundary wall (per School)

1837

1837

-

961.50

928.50

12

Boundary Wall (in running meter)

4000

1

3999

170.00

0.0418

13

Electrification

2249

2249

-

448.75

448.75

14

Child friendly elements

1640

1640

-

850.00

850.00

15

Repair

1275

1275

-

63.75

63.75

16

Library facilities PS

1421

1421

-

42.63

42.63

17

Library facilities UPS

974

974

-

97.40

97.40

18

Major Repair PS

7

7

-

22.75

22.75

19

Major Repair UPS

5

5

-

19.56

19.56

20

Furniture for UPS Students

60312

60312

-

301.56

301.56

21

Augmentation of trg. facility in BRC

26

26

-

130.00

130.00

22

Block Hostel

9

9

-

180.00

180.00

23

Residential Hostel

4

2

2

363.40

154.21

24

Separation wall

1093

1093

-

211.10

204.10

25

Ramps

1217

1217

-

121.70

121.70

26

Ramps with handrail

1070

1070

374.5

27

Kitchen Shed

300

300

-

108.00

108.00

TOTAL

91070

84898

25

6142

25225.68

19336.52

Source: Information furnished by state

 

4. Physical and financial progress during 2015-16 (For the works approved under AWP&B 2015-16 fresh works (without Spill over) up to Jan 2016)

                        There is no fresh approval during AWP&B 2015-16.

5. Physical and financial progress during 2015-16 (For the works approved under AWP&B 2015-16 fresh works (without Spill over) likely up to March 2016)

                        There is no fresh approval during AWP&B 2015-16.

6. Physical and financial progress during 2015-16

For Spillover works approved under AWP&B 2015-16 up March, 2016

 (Rs. in lakh)

Sl

No

Activity

Sanction during 2015-16

Completed

In progress

Not taken up

Approved Outlay for 2015-16

Expenditure incurred

Spillover from spillover approved

Phy.

Financial in Rs. lakh

Phy.

Financial in Rs. lakh

1

Primary School (Rural)

10

284.04

0

0

10

284.04

0

10

284.04

2

New Upper Primary School (Rural)

5

155.01

0

0

5

155.0

0

5

155.0

3

ACR (Dilapidated PS)

36

180.00

0

0

36

180.00

0

36

180.00

4

ACR (Dilapidated UPS)

4

20.00

0

0

4

20.00

0

4

20.00

5

ACR (Urban)

69

358.5

0

0

69

358.5

0

69

358.5

6

Dilapidated Primary School

125

3465.00

0

21

104

3465.00

582.12

104

2882.88

7

Dilapidated Upper Primary School

36

1116.00

0

1

35

1116.00

31

35

1085

8

Modified CWSN friendly toilets

808

214.24

0

0

808

214.24

0

808

214.24

9

Toilet (Addl. PAB)

662

1655

662

0

0

1655

1655

0

0

10

Drinking Water Facility (urban area)

3

5.1

0

3

0

5.1

5.1

0

0

11

Ramps With Handrail

1070

374.5

0

0

1070

374.5

0

1070

374.5

12

Residential Hostel

2

208

0

0

2

208

0

2

208

TOTAL

2830

8035.39

662

25

2193

8035.39

2273.22

2143

5762.16

 

7. Details of Cumulative Physical and Financial spillover upto 31.03.2016

                                                                                                                                                                            (Rs. In lakh)

Sl

No

Activity

Progress

Total Physical

Total Financial

Work in Progress

Work not Started

Physical

Financial

Physical

Financial

1

New Primary School (Rural)

0

0

10

284.04

10

284.04

2

New Upper Primary School (Rural)

0

0

5

155.00

5

155.01

3

ACR (Dilapidated PS)

0

0

36

180.00

36

180.00

4

ACR (Dilapidated UPS)

0

0

4

20.00

4

20.00

5

ACR (Urban)

0

0

69

358.50

69

358.50

6

Dilapidated Primary School

21

582.12

104

2882.88

125

3465.00

7

Dilapidated Upper Primary School

1

31

35

1085

36

1116.00

8

Modified CWSN friendly toilets

0

0

855

214.24

855

214.24

9

Drinking Water Facility (for urban area only)

3

5.1

0

0

3

5.10

10

Ramps with handrails

0

0

1070

374.50

1070

374.50

11

Residential Hostel

0

0

2

208.00

2

208.00

TOTAL

25

613.12

2193

5767.27

2215

6380.39

 

8. There is no new Proposal for the year 2016-17. Therefore no unit cost is provided.

 

9. PS & PS building approved by PAB since inception including re-appropriation

 

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

10-11 including supplementary

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

PS

sanctioned

0

0

0

0

62

105

55

13

4

0

21

6

1

3

0

270

PS school building sanctioned

16

5

57

167

87

243

55

13

12

0

21

131

1

3

0

811

10. UPS & UPS building approved by PAB since inception including re-appropriation

 

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

10-11 including supplementary

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

UPS

sanctioned

0

10

10

20

47

63

67

0

0

0

63

0

5

0

0

285

UPS school building sanctioned

4

19

62

130

78

181

67

0

5

0

63

37

5

36

0

687

 

11. New school infrastructure proposed for 2016-17:

                        There is no new school infrastructure proposal for 2016-17. All are kept spillover from previous year approval.

 

12. Supervision structure of Civil Works:

Sl

No

State level

District level

Block level

Sanctioned post

Available/in position

Sanctioned post

Available in position

Sanctioned post

Available position

Designation

No.

Designation

No.

Designation

No.

Designation

No.

Designation

No.

Designation

No.

1

Project Engineer

1

Project Engineer

1

Asst. Engineer

2

Asst. Engineer

2

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

2

 

 

 

 

Junior Engineer

8

Junior Engineer

8

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Total

1

 

1

 

10

 

10

 

Nil

 

Nil

 

                       

13. Status of Preparation of environmental assessment (EA):

Sl

No

No. of District in the state

Total No. of school in the states

No. of district covered under EA

No. of schools covered under EA

Remarks

1

8

2388

8

1916

 

 

 

14. Swachh Vidyalaya Initiatives:

                        Report on maintenance and upkeep of toilets is to be submitted in the following format.

Sl No

Name of State/UT

Availability of Water in Toilets (Permanent Supply/ Alternative arrangements)

Provision for Maintenance

Activities Undertaken against funds sanctioned @ 5 lakh per District for Behavior Change

School Grant
 (in lakh) utilized for toilet maintenance

Maintenance Grant
 (in lakh) utilized for toilet maintenance

1

Mizoram

The main source of Water is Rainwater harvesting. Most of the schools collected rainwater and stored in a tanky. In urban areas, PHED water connection is provided.

Maintenance through SMCs (School Grant/ Maintenance Grant).

The state is planning to conduct state level and district level training for Community, Teachers and students for behavior change.

137.96

163.73