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Archive for February, 2011

The state government has introduced a new scheme which will replace the now discarded legislators’ Local Area Development scheme. The new scheme, named Mukhya Mantri Chhetra Vikas Yojna (CM Local Area Development Scheme), will have a fat fund and take up developmental works on a bigger scale.

To begin with, the government has allocated Rs 664.58 crore in the fiscal 2011-12. It will cover all the districts but the individual budget of each district will vary. The allocation is larger than what it used to be when the fund was allotted in the name of local legislators. The previous budget for Local area Development scheme was Rs 318 crore for 243 MLAs and 75 MLCs at the rate of Rs 1 crore a year.

The provision for Rs 664.58 crore has been made in the state budget which was presented in the state legislature by deputy CM and finance minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Friday.

Now the legislators, who are free from carrying out the task of developmental works in their respective areas, will have the liberty to recommend schemes, but they will be selected by the district selection committee consisting of ministers in-charge and local legislators, with DM as secretary and district planning officer as convener.

On the recommendation of the selection committee, official sources said, work will be allotted to Local Area Engineering Organisation, the agency to undertake the work. The scheme is expected to be brought before the cabinet for approval shortly.

Bihar is the first state to scrap the legislators Local Area Development scheme. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in December last took the decision to discontinue with the scheme in an apparent bid to check corruption and embezzlement of funds.

“My decision is bearing positive result and has sent a good message across the country,” said Nitish. “Your life is no more being made a hell by the local people who either wanted schemes for their favourite places or allotment of works to them or their kin,” the CM told a gathering of legislators recently. “You can now breath easy and in public eye your dignity has gone up,” he added.

It is not known how many legislators buy this theory. But they will now have limited role in Local Area Development schemes. The CM had asked the planning and development department to work out a plan which ultimately helped accelerate developmental works and bridge the gap between rural and urban areas. The department will serve as a nodal agency and monitor implementation of the schemes, said planning and development department principal secretary Vijoy Prakash.

The first priority of the CM Local Area Development scheme will be construction of Panchayat Sarkar Bhavan in each panchayat, which will serve as panchayat secretariat, sources said. Other works to be taken up on a priority basis include construction of Anganwadi centres, godowns in panchayats and community centres, besides construction of minor roads, lanes and culverts

Source: The Times of India

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As an indicator of the state’s improved capacity to absorb money for implementing various developmental schemes, the state government will get Rs 2,550.53 crore from international financial institutions during the next fiscal.

Deputy CM and finance minister Sushil Kumar Modi said this while presenting his seventh successive budget in the state assembly on Friday. The money would be used for executing the externally aided projects, Modi added.

The amount is not a big deal in view of the money flowing to several other states from the international financial institutions. The big news is that the money flow as aid and loan from the international institutions to Bihar during the 2011-12 fiscal alone would be Rs 525 crore more than the sum obtained in the last five fiscals.

Beginning 2006-07, the state raised Rs 2,035 crore as loan and aid till the current (2010-11) financial year. The international financial institutions concerned were Asian Development Bank (ADB), World Bank (WB) and Department for International Development (DFID), UK. ADB funded the construction of state highways to the tune of Rs 814.87 crore, while World Bank aided Bihar Rural Livelihood Project (BRLP) with Rs 133.15 crore, and gave Bihar Development Policy Loan – I worth Rs 335.70 crore. Moreover, DFID provided Rs 84.81 crore for activities in the health sector.

During the 2011-12 fiscal, ADB would provide loan worth Rs 1,128.82 crore for the construction of 826.92 km of state highway. Loans are already proposed to be released under Bihar Power Sector Development Programme (Rs 66 crore), Agribusiness Infrastructure Development Project (Rs 100 crore) and Bihar Urban Development Project (Rs 50 crore).

WB loan worth Rs 450 crore is for phase II of Bihar Development Policy Loan, Rs 120 crore for BRLP, Rs 337 crore for Kosi Rehabilitation Project and Rs 83.26 crore for Bihar Panchayat Strengthening Project. On the other hand, DFID would give Rs 40 crore for Support Programme for Urban Reforms (SPUR) and Rs 114.50 crore for Sector Wide Approach to Strengthening Health (SWASTH).

Source: The Times of India

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For the first time, owners of community halls, auditoria of hotels and pandals erected on open spaces to facilitate holding of cultural and social activities, including marriages, would have to pay luxury tax of 10%, which would yield annual revenue of Rs 1 crore. The two per cent hike in taxes to 5% from the existing 3% charged on motorcycles and small cars would yield extra revenue of Rs 40 crore. Be-sides, the payment of tax for registration of heavy vehicles has also been changed. Now owners of heavy vehicles weighing less than three tonne would make one-time payment of tax.

The tax structure on vehicles weighing more than three tonnes has been graded into three categories.

Source: The Times of India

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Most of the passengers, who had come to board trains at Patna Junction and Danapur station, appeared to be in an upbeat mood even before the presentation of the railway budget for 2011-12. They remained glued to TV sets on railway platforms to watch the presentation of budget by railway minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday.

These passengers were greatly relieved that there was no proposal to hike passenger fare this time as well. Instead, the budget proposed to reduce the e-ticketing charge from Rs 20 to Rs 10 in AC class and Rs 10 to Rs 5 in sleeper class per ticket. They, however, expressed disappointment that the budget did not mention introduction of a new Duronto train between the crowded Patna-Delhi or Patna-Mumbai routes to fulfil the needs of passengers. The railway minister instead announced a new Duronto between Shalimar (Kolkata) and Patna which would hardly give any relief to the passengers, they said.

Prof U K Singh, Amit, Sita Ram Singh and A N Sinha praised the budget describing it as safety-oriented and progressive. They, however, maintained that Patna still needed superfast trains like Duronto linking it directly to Delhi, Lucknow, Chennai and Jaipur. According to these passengers, Banerjee must ensure availability of pantry cars in each mail and express train so that passengers get fresh and quality food on running trains during journey. Frequency of the Patna-Ajmer Ziyarat Express, Patna-Jammu Archana Express and many other long-distance trains should have been increased to cope with rush of passengers, they said.

A senior official of Danapur railway division, however, welcomed the announcement of the railway minister to set up a mechanized laundry plant at Danapur.

Senior citizens appreciated the railway minister’s move to reduce senior citizen’s age from 60 years to 58 years to avail concession facility from 30 to 40% now. A housewife, Abha Johari, demanded that Banerjee must provide adequate security to women passengers travelling in long-distance trains.

South Indians living in Patna were disappointed that the railway minister did not provide a direct connectivity between Patna and Kanyakumari via Thiruvananthapuram. This has been their long-standing demand

Source: The Times of India

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Magadh University (MU) has decided to observe its 49th foundation day on March 1 on the sprawling university campus at Bodh Gaya. Governor cum Chancellor of varsities Devanand Konwar is likely to be the chief guest on the occasion.

A variety of cultural programmes and felicitation of meritorious students will mark the foundation day function, an MU official said. According to him , the Governor would also lay the foundation stone for the construction of state-of-art engineering cum technical college and college of law on the university campus.

MUTA demands: Magadh University Teachers’ Association (MUTA) president A K Singh Thakur has urged chief minister Nitish Kumar and HRD minister P K Sahi to ask MU VC Arvind Kumar to defer the date of MU senate meeting slated for February 25 at Bodh Gaya as most of the members, particularly MLAs and MLCs, would face problem in attending in view of the ongoing session of the state legislature . Besides, MUTA also demanded transparency in the functioning of MU.

Matric centre: BD College has been made a centre for matriculation examination which began on Wednesday. The examination was held peacefully on the first day. The college administration has shifted classes from 1.30 pm onwards for Honours and vocational courses to fulfil the needs of students.

Medicare facility: BS College, Danapur, has started first aid facility on the college campus. Two trained employees of the college have been deputed to provide first aid to students, including girls, in case of any injury or sickness on the campus , said college principal Praveen Kumar. According to him, the college is likely to get Rs 25 lakh from the UGC for developing the required infrastructure in science laboratories.

Besides, the college is going to start degree-level teaching in commerce stream from this year to cater to the needs of students, he said, adding a vocational course in Functional English is to be introduced soon in the college.

Students’ union poll: Students of MU studying at degree and post-graduate level have urged the VC to hold students’ union polls at the earliest so that democratic system could be restored in the university and constituent colleges, said Avinash Kumar, a student.

Source: The Times of India

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