MUNICIPAL CORPORATION :: NIZAMABAD

1. WATER SUPPLY

            Nizamabad is a Municipal Corporation having population 2,96,910 as per 2001 census. This corporation is supplying water from three sources i.e, from Alisagar, Raghunath tank and Manchippa reservoirs. The total supply from there sources is 18ML daily. In addition to this the water is being supplied through 232Nos power bores and 1116 Nos power bores and 14 Nos tankers i.e, 12.45 ML daily & seventy percentage of the area is supplying potable water and remaining 30% area is supplying through power bores, hand bores and transportation. The present Water Supply Status is as follows.

S.No.

Source

As on 23-02-2007

Capacity in MCFT

1.

Alisagar

12.00 MLD

177

2.

Manchippa

2.00 MLD

277

3.

Raghunath Tank

4.00 MLD

65

4.

Power bores

9.88 MLD

--

5.

Hand bores.

1.826 MLD

--

6.

Tankers

0.70 MLD

--

   
30.451 MLD

....

 

Name of the Source
FTL
Present Level
Remarks
Alisagar
1295 F
1293.00
The Water is Sufficient till April 2007
Manchippa
1447
1428.90
Raghunath Tank
1295
1290.00

Present tankers details        =       5000 Liters x 14 Nos. x 10 trips = 0.70 MLD

            During the summer season some of the bore wells both hand bores and Power Bores, yield is reduced in following areas and the water scarcity arises.

ZONE-I AREA:

            Labour colony, Dubba Area, Kapuwada, Goutham Nagar, Adarsh Nagar, Beggars Colony, Muslim Basti.

ZONE-II AREA:

            New Housing Board Colony, LIGH Lane, Vinayak Nagar (Slum) Vinayak Nagar, Venu Oil Mill(Opp), Venu oil Mill (Back side), Kasab Gally, Imlimahal, Pathar Majid, Padma Nagar, Hanuman Nagar, Gayathri Nagar, Sai Nagar, All India Radio Station area, Vivekanada Colony, Dhobi Gally, Upper Tekdi.

ZONE-III AREA:

            Seetaram Nagar Colony, Shivaji Nagar, Linegally, Bramhapuri, Renuka Nagar, Sai Nagar, Hataigally, Barkatpura, Ahmedpura Colony.

ZONE- IV AREA:

            Chandra Shekar Colony, Indira Priyadarshini Colony, up side of Kanteshwar Gutta.

ZONE-V AREA:

            Malapally, Hashmi Colony, Mujahid Nagar, Auto Nagar, Aman Nagar, Beedi Workers Colony, Dayanand Nagar Colony, 300qtrs, 80qtrs, Khoja Colony.

            The above areas are tail end areas of the reservoirs and 70% of the areas are feeding with bore water. In summer season the above areas supplied water by transportation. Presently this corporation is supplying water by transportation with 14tankers in all zones, & they may be increased from March 15th to June end, to 45 tankers and accordingly the estimate is prepared towards transportation of drinking water in problematic and unserved areas

            The repair of power bores and hand bores in summer reasons will increase enormously due to reduction in groundwater table. At present the spare parts of power bores, hand bores are completely exhausted and need to purchase in view of coming summer. Hence, the amount is incorporated spare parts and repairs in the proposals

            Presently the corporation using chemicals like Bleaching Powder, Chlorine Gas and Liquid Chlorine to mix in drinking water. In summer the transportation of water will be done with 45 to 50 tankers and Chlorination will be done with liquid chlorine and bleaching powder. The stock is available in less quality now. Rs.5.00 Lakhs is allotted for purchase of these chemicals in the proposals

            Further, the Public Health Department is constructing 5Nos reservoirs at Malapally, Chandra Shekar Colony, ITI College, Goutham Nagar, and Vinayak Nagar, under water supply improvement scheme with HUDCO loan assistance with Alisagar as source. The project is coming to completion stage. In the project the distribution work is not provided and Executive Engineer (PH), Nizamabad has suggested the corporation to lay the distribution lines with Municipal Corporation funds. But the financial position of Municipal Corporation is very poor and not in a position to take up these pipelines works. The pipeline distribution lines are worked out very carefully. If we lay distribution lines under these reservoirs the total 30% unserved area will be covered with Potable Water and the total Bore Wells may be closed. Nearly Rs.141.00Lakhs are required for pipeline work. If we lay these pipeline the total transportation, bore well water distribution may be closed in future.

            Keeping in view of all the above facts and to overcome the water scarcity in coming summer, the proposals are prepared for Rs.1,93,25,500=00 and same submitting for sanction and release of funds.

PROPOSALS TO MEET THE WATER SCARCITY IN COMING SUMMER IN NIZAMABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION 2006-2007

S. No Description of Item Nos Rate Per Amount
1
Transportation of drinking water in the town with 5000Lts tankers in the Problamatic areas mentioned in report from March 15th to June 30th        
Zone-I 09 Tankers      
  Zone-II 10 Tankers      
  Zone-III 10 Tankers      
  Zone-IV 08 Tankers      
  Zone-V 08 Tankers      
  (Rate including deisel Charges) TOTAL 45 Nos x 105 Days 700.00 Day 3307500.00
2. Supply and delivery of hand pump spare materials like pipes, upper and lower valves, bearing. Copulings etc 1116 Nos 500.00 Each
558000.00
3. Supply and delivery of power bores spare materials like pipes, starter couplings, clamps etc 232 Nos 2200.00 Each
510000.00
4. Repairs to submersible pumpsets including rewinding and bearings etc LS    
300000.00
5. Purchase of chemicals like bleaching powder and liquid chlorine LS    
500000.00
6. Extension of distribution pipelines in unserved areas and problantic areas from newly constructed reserviors      
a 250mm dia pipeline 5000Mts 1200.00 Rmt
6000000.00
b 150mm dia pipelines 7000Mts 650.00 Rmt
4550000.00
c 100mm dia pipelines 12000Mts 300.00 Rmt
3600000.00
 
Total ==>
19325500.00

 

2. Rs.1200-00 TAP CONNECTION.

            Total number of (585) applications have been received under Rs.1200/- tap connection charges. Out of which (522) Nos. of households is eligible for sanctioning the tap connection under this scheme. These connections will be given in the month of Feb-2006.

3. APUSP

S.No

Name of the Scheme

Amount Allotted Rs. in lakhs

Physical Achievements

Total Works Sanctioned

Completed up to the Last Month

Completed during the Month

Total

Balance

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

APUSP

613.00

27

9

15

24

3

Financial Achievements

Remarks

 

Amount Spent up to the last Month Rs. in lakhs

Amount spent during the Month Rs. in lakhs

Cumulative Rs. in lakhs

Balance Rs. in lakhs

 

9

10

11

12

13

 

197.29

100.11

297.40

165.10

3 Nos of estimates awaited at S.E. PH west circle for technical Sanction

 

4. C MAPP

1.   Works sanctioned.
27
Nos.
Rs.
613.85
Lakhs
2.  Technical sanction given
24
Nos.
Rs.
462.50
Lakhs
3. T.S. awaited.
3
Nos. 
Rs.
118.03
Lakhs
4.  Works completed. 
9
Nos.
Rs.
122.34
Lakhs
5.  Works in progress.
13
Nos.
Rs.
271.50
Lakhs
6. Tender stage.
2
Nos.
Rs.
68.63
Lakhs
7. Value of work done at site 
--
 
Rs.
303.25
Lakhs
8. U.Cs submitted.
--
 
Rs.
259.44
Lakhs

  5.C- Mapp 2nd Cycle

        The documentation work is in progress. The proposals will be submitted shortly.

6.  APURMSP

            Tender schedules submitted to the Superintending Engineer (West Circle) for approval for Rs.79.49 Lakhs and technical sanction of (1) work costing Rs.55.00 Lakhs is awaited.

7.   DEEPAM

Target

No. of Beneficiaries identified

No. o connections grounded

Balance

5117 Nos.

5329 Nos.

2272 Nos.

2845 Nos.

8. HOUSING - RAJIV GRUHA KALPA PROGRAMME

  • In G.O.Ms.No.11, Housing dt.7.3.05, orders were issued prescribing certain guidelines for Implementation of Rajiv Gruha Kalpa Housing Programme in Urban areas.
  • According to these guidelines, the plinth area of each dwelling unit is 250 square feet in G+2 floors.
  • Allocation for Nizamabad Corporation is 2000 + 2025 = 4025 Houses.
  • In Govt.Memo.No.11669/Co-ordination/05-1, dated. 3.6.05 instructions were issued to provide Infrastructure facilities to these Housing colonies by dovetailing funds under the ongoing World Bank/DFID/GOI assisted schemes and Plan schemes to the maximum extent possible.
  • Action is being taken to provide infrastructure facilities in the Housing Colonies being taken up under Rajiv Gruha Kalpa Housing Programme in Nizamabad Municipal Corporation.

9.        WELFARE FOR THE POOR AND DESTITUTES

u     OLDAGE PENSIONS

Total Number of beneficiaries : 4730 Nos.
Total Amount Utilised per month : 4.73 Lakhs

 u     WIDOW PENSIONS

Total number of beneficiaries : 573 Nos.
Total amount utilized per month  : 0.573 Lakhs

u     PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PENSIONS

Total number of beneficiaries : 499 Nos.
Total Amount utilized per month : 0.499 Lakhs

10. Restructuring of Urban Self Help Groups

1. Total number Self Help Groups formed :- 1569
2. Number of Groups received Revolving fund :- 443
3. Amount released as Revolving fund :- Rs. 53.65 Lakhs
4. Number of groups received Bank Loan :- 98
5. Amount released as DWCUA Loan :- 250.00 Lakhs
6. Total No. of groups received Matching  Loan :-  956
7. Amount released as Matching Loan :- 271.11 Lakhs
8. Training programme has been started and two resource persons have been deputed from I.K.P.    
9. The training schedule has been started from 15-7-2005. Out of which 166 groups are trained    
10. There will be seven training centers and each center renders training to 60 SHG members per day.    

11.  URBAN WAGE EMPLOYMENT

So far no funds have received from 2000

12.  PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE VIZ.,ROADS, DRAINS, STREET LIGHTS ETC.,

u     ROADS

* Total length of roads
: 400.12 Kms
* Length of CC roads
: 222.45 Kms
* Length of BT roads
: 69.20 Kms
* Length of Kutcha Roads : 108.47 Kms

u     DRAINS.

* Total length of Drains
: 559.50 Kms
* Length of pucca drains
: 391.40 Kms
* Length of Kutcha drains
: 128.60 Kms
* Length of Strom water drains
: 39.50 Kms.

13. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND PROGRESS OF DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTION SYSTEM

* Total number of workers (m & f) :
349
Nos.
* Total Number of NMR’s :
37
Nos.
* Total number of vehicle drivers :
5
Nos.
* Total number of Sanitary Jawans :
15
Nos.
* Total number of sanitary inspectors :
6
Nos.
* Garbage generated per day :
128
mts
* Garbage lifted per day :
115
mts (90%)

u     TRACTORS FOR MAINTENANCE OF SANITATION.

* Municipal Tractors :
6
Tractors (2 Nos. Under repair)
* Private Tractors (DWCUA) :
14
Nos.
* Dumper Placers :
2
Nos
* Total number of households :
60000
 
* Total population as per 2001 Census :
2,86,446
 
* Approximate with floating population :
3.20
Lakhs
* Tricycles distributed to unemployed youth under Common Interest Group loaning programme :
73
Nos.
* Tricycles procured by Corporation run by contractor :
20
Nos.

u     DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTION OF GARBAGE,

Sl No.

Name of the Municipality

Total No. of wards

No. of wards segregation and Door to Door Collection started upto last month.

Number of wards in which segregation and Door to Door collection started during the month.

Total

Action Plan for month.

1.

Nizamabad

50

10 wards

33 wards

43 wards covered partly

By February 15.

14. LETTING ONTO OPEN DRAINS AND COMMUNITY SEPTIC TANKS,

            Certain habitations have been identified, especially in slums and extension areas, where there is no possibility of construction of ILCS units, due to non availability of sufficient land and there is open defecation of letting on the open drains and it is proposed to construct community septic tanks for connecting these habitations.

15. SEWERAGE DISPOSAL AND UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM.

            At present there is No Underground drainage system for sewerage disposal. The total length of drains in the town is 261.00 Kms. A comprehensive UGD scheme with independent sewerage treatment plant dividing the entire city area into 8 zones has been proposed at a total estimated cost of Rs.81.88 Crores. The concept of establishing independent sewerage treatment plats for each zone enables treatment of small quantities of sewerage water and recycling for using the treated water for plants and other purpose. The leakages in sewerage pipelines can also be arrested immediately in view of the compact system. The project report has been submitted to the Govt. for sanction under Hudco scheme or other funding agencies.

16. EMPLOYMENT GENERATION – RAJIV YUVA SHAKTHI

            Rajiv Yuva Shakti programme was launched on 19-11-2004. The main aim of this scheme is to provide employment to unemployed youth in all Municipalities and mandals. Under 2nd phase of this scheme 159 beneficiaries of groups/ individuals were given administrative sanctions. The detals are as below.
Particulars
Target
Sanction
Releases
Physical
Financial
Physical
Financial 
Physical
Financial
RYS
34
34.00
71 
71.00
50
50.00
RYS Petty Business
164
82.00
70 
34.75
40
19.75
RYS Group Loan
34 
97.00 
18
53.50 
13
38.50

17. UPADHI

            UPADHI scheme has been launched by APUSP project (funded by the DFID Govt. of UK) the main objective of this scheme is to identify and make the potential livelihood option for 500 below poverty line (BPL) youth between the age group of 18-35 years in 32 Project Towns among which Nizamabad Municipal Corporation is one of the town covered under this scheme. This programme is very useful for BPL students and mostly dropout students.

            The 1st batch has been started on 22nd Aug-2005 and 22nd Nov-2005. Total 610 Nos. of students are mobilized out of 610 students 549 students are selected. The first batch is successfully finished with 229 students. Nizamabad UPADHI Labs having five groups. Out of 229 students 163 Nos. of students have got job placements. The placement details are as follows.

ITES 39 Nos.
AUTOMOBILE 12 Nos.
CRS 31 Nos.
HOSPITALITY 16 Nos.
BSPA 65 Nos.
TOTAL 163 Nos.

            Second batch road show has been conducted from 118-1-2006 to 28-1-2006 for selection of remaining 270 nos. of students

18.  RAJIV NAGARA BATA ASSURANCE GIVEN BY THE HON’BLE CHIEF  MINISTER.

S. No

Name of the Scheme

Amount Allotted Rs. in lakhs

Physical Achievements

Total Works Sanctioned

Completed up to the Last Month

Completed during the Month

Total

Balance

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2

Rajeev Nagara Bata

191.93

53

2

3

5

48

Financial Achievements

Remarks

Amount Spent up to the last Month Rs. in lakhs

Amount spent during the Month Rs. in lakhs

Cumulative Rs. in lakhs

Balance Rs. in lakhs

9

10

11

12

13

8.45

7.92

16.36

175.56

All the Works will be Completed in End of  Feb'2006

ASSURANCES STATUS

S.No

Assurances Status 

Funds Released

Assurances Fulfilled

Assurances Under Progress

Assurances Under Process

Assurances Pending

Total Assurances

No

Cost

No

Cost

No

Cost

No

Cost

No

Cost

1

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

1

3300

-

-

-

3300

-

-

-

-

3

131.94 Crores

STATUS OF PETETIONS RECEIVED UNDER RAJIV NAGARA BATA

S.No

Name of the District

Date of Visit

No. of Assurances

% of Achievement

Given

Redressed

Under Progress

Under Process

Pending

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

Nizamabad Municipal Corporation

3/4/2005

51

23

22

-

6

88.23%

8/8/2005

19. I.D.S.M.T.

            Under IDSMT scheme the Govt. have released an amount of Rs.100.00 Lakhs for Construction of shopping complex and Improvement of existing Master Plan roads as against the total Project Cost of Rs.311.84 Lakhs vide Procs.No.6720/92/II/ dt.04.05.94. So far, 1 shopping complex and 4 Master Plan roads have been completed in all respects with a total cost of Rs.195.839 Lakhs. Details of releases.

  1. Vide G.O.Ms.No.365 M.A.dt.11.7.94.      Rs.60.00 Lakhs
  2. Vide G.O.Ms.No.853 M.A.dt.29.7.94.      Rs.24.00 Lakhs.
  3. Vide G.O.Ms.No.157 M.A.dt.22.3.96.      Rs.16.00 Lakhs.

Total   Rs.100.00 Lakhs.

            Further, a letter has been addressed to the Ex- Officio Managing Director, AP. Urban Finance & Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, Hyderabad enclosing a copy of this office C.R.No.86/461 dt.27.8.03. With a request for release of HUDCO Loan for an amount of Rs.251.10 Lakhs for construction of 6 No. of Shopping complexes under IDSMT scheme.

20   I.L.C.S

S.No

Name of the Scheme

Amount Allotted Rs. in lakhs

Physical Achievements

Total Works Sanctioned

Completed up to the Last Month

Completed during the Month

Total

Balance

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3

I.L.C.S Stage - III

168.70

4000 Units

2942 Units

72 Units

3014 Units

2020 Units

Financial Achievements

Remarks

Amount Spent up to the last Month Rs. in lakhs

Amount spent during the Month Rs. in lakhs

Cumulative Rs. in lakhs

Balance Rs. in lakhs

9

10

11

12

13

140.50

3.20

143.70

25.00

-

Progress report showing the Demand, Collection and Balance of the Taxes and Non Taxes of Nizamabad Municipal Corporation for the month of DECEMBER 2005

Sl No.

Name of the Municipality

Total Demand

Total Demand (5+8)

Collection during the Month

Total Collection (12+15)

Arrears

Current

Arrears

Current

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total

Taxes

 Non Taxes

Total

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

1

NIZAMABAD

395.14

435.67

830.81

337.08

349.3

686.38

1517.19

1.18

15.21

16.39

68.31

25.67

94.48

110.87

 

Progress Collection

Total Progressive Collection (19+22)

% of Collection

Balance

No. of State Govt Assessments

Total Demand of Col No.28

Total Amount collected up to the end of the month out of Col. No.28

Arrears

Current

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total

Taxes

Non Taxes

Total (9-23)

Arrears

Current

Total

 

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

110.29

44.3

154.59

315.53

557.67

867.2

1021.79

67.33%

306.4

189

495.4

242

66.91

34.08

100.99

-

                               

Balance (31-32)

No. of Central Govt. Assessments

Total Demand of Col. No.34

Total Amount Collected up to the end of the month on Col. 34

Balance (37-38)

                 

Arrears

Current

Total

                 

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

                 

100.99

185

168.14

24.43

192.57

-

192.57