Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) – Nodal Agency, Empowered Committee, Technical Support Agency and Areas



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT

RD – Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) – Designation of a State Level Nodal Agency(SNA) – Sanction Orders – Issued.


PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT(RDII) DEPARTMENT

G.O Ms No.111                                                         Date:19.12.2015                                                                                      Read the following:

1)   From GoI, MoRD DO Lr No.K-110033/09/2015 Dt.27.10.2015.
2)   From the CPR&RD Lr No.3381/EGS/SPM(T)/2015 Dt.20.11.2015.

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ORDER:

          In the reference first read above, the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India has informed that the Union Cabinet have approved the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) on 16.09.2015. The objective of Rurban Mission is to stimulate local economic development enhance basic service and create well planned Rurban Clusters.  In this connection Government of India has requested the State Government to designate a State Level Nodal Agency (SNA). The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development vide the letter in reference second read above has requested to designate a State Level Nodal Agency(SNA).


2.      Government have examined the above proposal and hereby designate Panchayat Raj Department as Nodal Agency.


3.      The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action accordingly.  

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

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RD – Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM) – Designation of a State Level Empowered Committee – Constituted - Orders – Issued.

PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT(RDII) DEPARTMENT

G.O Ms No.112                                                        Date:19.12.2015 
                                                                                  Read the following:

1)   From GoI, MoRD DO Lr No.K-110033/09/2015 Dt.27.10.2015.
2)   From the CPR&RD Lr No.3381/EGS/SPM(T)/2015 Dt.20.11.2015.

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ORDER:

          In the reference first read above, the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India has informed that the Union Cabinet have approved the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) on 16.09.2015. The objective of Rurban Mission is to stimulate local economic development enhance basic service and create well planned Rurban Clusters. In this connection Government of India has requested the State Government to constitute a State Level Empowered Committee. The Commissioner, PR&RD vide the letter in reference second read above has requested to constitute a State Level Empowered Committee.


2.      Government have examined the above proposal and hereby constitute a State Level Empowered Committee with the following members for implementation of Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) now renamed as National Rurban Mission(NRuM).

1
Chief Secretary
     Chair-Person
2
Principal Secretary/ Secretary, Rural Development
Member
3
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Planning
Member
4
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Finance
Member
5
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Panchayat Raj
Member Convener
6.
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Revenue
Member
7.
Principal Secretary / Secretary,  Agriculture & Co-operation
Member
8
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Medical & Health,
Member
9
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Women & Child Welfare Dept.,
Member
10
Principal Secretary / Secretary, School Education
Member
11
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Labour Employment Training & Factories
Member
12
Principal Secretary / Secretary, IT
Member
13
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Animal Husbandry
Member
14
Principal Secretary / Secretary,  Housing
Member
15
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Energy
Member
16
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Industries & Commerce Dept.,
Member
17
Principal Secretary / Secretary, Skill Development  Dept.,
Member
18
Commissioner, Civil Supplies Dept.,
Member
19
Commissioner, Horticulture  Dept.,
Member
20
Commissioner, PR&RD
Member

3.      The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action accordingly. 


(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

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RD – Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) – Nomination of State Level Technical Support Agency (STSA) -  Orders –Issued.


PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT(RDII) DEPARTMENT

G.O Ms No.113                                                          Date:19.12.2015                                                                                    Read the following

1)   From GoI, MoRD DO Lr No.K-110033/09/2015 Dt.27.10.2015.
2)   From the CPR&RD Lr No.3381/EGS/SPM(T)/2015 Dt.20.11.2015.

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ORDER:

          In the reference first read above, the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India has informed that the Union Cabinet have approved the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) on 16.09.2015. The objective of Rurban Mission is to stimulate local economic development, enhance basic services and create well planned Rurban Clusters.  In this connection Government of India has requested the State Government to nominate a State Level Technical Support Agency. The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development vide the letter in reference second read above has also requested to engage the State Level Technical Support Agency (STSA) to support in selection and  preparation of Integrated Cluster Action Plans (ICAPs) and Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) and hand hold the State in these processes.  

2.      Government have examined the above proposal and hereby nominate the School of Planning and Architecture, Vijayawada as   State Level Technical Support Agency.

3.      The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action accordingly.


(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

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RD – Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) – Identification of Clusters in Tribal and Non-Tribal areas -  Orders – Issued.


PANCHAYAT RAJ AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (RDII) DEPARTMENT

G.O Ms No.114                                                         Date:19.12.2015                                                                                       Read the following:

1)   From GoI, MoRD DO Lr No.K-110033/09/2015 Dt.27.10.2015.
2)   From the CPR&RD Lr No.3381/EGS/SPM(T)/2015 Dt.20.11.2015.

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ORDER:

          In the reference first read above, the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India has informed that the Union Cabinet have approved the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM) on 16.09.2015. The objective of Rurban Mission is to stimulate local economic development, enhance basic services and create well planned Rurban Clusters. In this connection Government of India has requested the State Government to Identify Clusters in Tribal and Non-Tribal areas of the State. The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development vide the letter in reference second read above has furnished the clusters identified by him in Tribal and Non-Tribal areas of the State for implementation of Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM).
         
2.      Government have examined the above proposal of the Commissioner, PR&RD and approved the list of clusters as shown below for implementation of Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission(SPMRM).

            Non Tribal Area
Cluster Name
District
Kuppam
Chittoor
Kambadur
Anantapuramu
Singarayakonda
Prakasam
Bethamcherla
Kurnool
Rajahmundry Rural
East Godavari
Yerraguntla
YSR Kadapa

           Tribal Area

Cluster Name
District
Araku
Visakhapatnam
Paderu
Visakhapatnam

3.      The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj and Rural Development, AP, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action accordingly.  

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)


                                                                IYR KRISHNA RAO
                                       CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

    
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Government to set up 300 rural clusters by 2020: Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission
September 17, 2015
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The Modi Government has launched yet another initiative to bridge the gap between the rural and urban areas of the country. This time, the government has taken the initiative of setting up 300 rural clusters by 2020. This mission is, however, not a new one. It is a replacement of the original PURA mission (Provision of Urban Amenities in Rural Areas) announced by the erstwhile UPA government. It was announced by the Modi government in the 2014-15 budget that the PURA mission was to be replaced with a new mission. But the formal announcement by the name “Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission” (SPMRM) was made on 16 August 2015 by the Union cabinet. The new mission is named after Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the founder of Bharatiya Jana Sangh.

Objective

The objective of the mission is to improve the economic, social and infrastructural development in the rural areas. This can be achieved in three ways:
• Improving the life of people of the rural clusters
• Bridging the rural-urban divide
• Reducing distress migration from rural to urban areas

Failure of the PURA mission

The original mission by the UPA government failed because in that mission only the voluntary organisations were involved and it was only limited to the private sector. There was no government participation.
How is the new mission different from the original one?
The new mission aims at involving the government to improve the quality of life of people in rural areas. Considering the failure of the previous programme, the Modi government felt the need to initiate the programme in a new format. Under the scheme, all states would identify the rural clusters as per the framework for implementation made by the Rural Development Ministry.

Selection of the rural clusters

The clusters will be geographically contiguous Gram Panchayats. Each village with a population of about 25000 to 50000 in plain and coastal areas will be covered. In desert, hilly or tribal areas, villages with a population of 5000 to 15000 will be covered. In the tribal and non-tribal districts, clusters would be selected by a separate approach. As far as possible, clusters of villages would follow administrative convergence units of Gram Panchayats.

Investment outlay

The expenditure will be met from various existing schemes at the Panchayat level. The central government would fill in the deficit of up to 30% of the scheme expenditure whenever the need arises. Rs 5142.08 crore has been allocated by the centre for this scheme.

What will the scheme cover?

To ensure an optimum level of development of a cluster, the scheme will focus on 14 mandatory components:
1. Skill development training along with economic activities
2. Digital literacy
3. Provision of fully equipped mobile health unit
4. Inter-village road connectivity
5. Citizen service centres
6. e-gram connectivity
7. Public transport facilities
8. LPG gas connections
9. Agro processing
10. Agro services including storage and warehousing
11. Sanitation facilities
12. Provision of piped water supply
13. Solid and liquid waste management
14. Upgrading education facilities.
The new scheme will be based on a similar model undertaken in Gujarat which focused on producing community assets and improving basic infrastructure like shelter, roads, power and drinking water in rural belts. The Gujarat model displaying the Rurban development model of urbanisation of rural areas was a successful model. Similarly, the new mission Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission would also be a successful mission through which people living in the rural areas can get effective civic infrastructure and associate services. Like the concept of smart cities, the development of rural clusters is a concept of smart villages.

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