“Water Sanitation Rural and Urban Development Sub Mission” is amongst the 7 Sub Missions constituted under Bihar Vikas Mission, to oversee and monitor implementation of the “Good Governance Program 2015-2020” in mission mode. The mandate of the Sub Mission envisages   monitoring, timely generation of reports, analysis of data, co-ordination with various stakeholder government departments and organizing frequent review meetings under the chairmanship of the Development Commissioner of Bihar and providing support to organize meetings at higher levels towards smooth, seamless and successful implementation of the following  four  Nishchay among the  state government’s seven Nischay:-

1. Har Ghar Bijli.

2. Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal.

3. Ghar Tak Pakki Gali Naaliyaan.

4. Shauchalay Nirmaan, Ghar ka Sammaan.

1. Har Ghar Bijli,

 The Energy Department is responsible for implementing “Har Ghar Bijli” in the state.

The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Vidyut Sambadh Nishchay Yojana is

  • To energize 39,073 inhabited villages by December 2017.
  • To energize 1.06 lakh rural habitations by April 2018.
  • To light up 1.78 crores  households, by way of electricity, by December 2018 .

     Achievement :  

  • Electricity has been provided to all the villages against the goal of electrification of all 39073 villages by December 2017.
  • Electricity connectivity has been provided to all the rural habitations against the goal of electrification of all 1.06 lakh rural habitations by April 2018.
  • Electricity connectivity has been provided to 1.12crore house holds against the target of providing electrical connectivity to 1.78 crore interested rural households till date.

2. Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal,

The following departments are responsible for implementing “ Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal” in the rural and urban areas of the state, respectively :

a). The Panchayati Raj Department.

b). The Public Health Engineering Department in the rural areas.

c). The Urban Development and Housing Department in the urban areas.

a). Panchayati Raj Department :

The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Gramin Peyjal Nishchay Yojana is,

  • To provide potable (safe & drinking) water facilities in 58,612 rural wards of  4,291 Gram Panchayats out of a total 1,14,691 rural wards in 8386 Gram Panchayats in the state.

         Achievement :

  • FY 21018-2019 : Against a cumulative target to provide potable (safe drinking) water facilities to 72.66 lakh households spread over 46,880 rural wards, implementation of the nischay schemes has begun in 28,757 rural wards and has been completed in 7,269 rural wards while 11.07 lakh households have been provided with potable (safe & drinking) water facilities, as of now.

 b). Public Health Engineering Department :

The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Gramin Peyjal (Gunvatta Prabhavit kshetr)Nishchay Yojana and Mukhyamantri Gramin Peyjal (Gair-Gunvatta Prabhavit Kshetr) Nishchay Yojana is,

  • To provide potable (safe & drinking) water facilities in 3,079 Flouride affected rural wards ; 2,556 Arsenic affected rural wards ; 20,637 Iron affected rural wards and 20,093 non quality affected wards respectively.

     Achievement :

Quality affected areas :

  • FY  2018-2019- Quality affected areas: Against a cumulative target to provide potable (safe drinking) water facilities to 21,858 wards and 36.33 lakh quality affected households, implementation of the scheme has begun in 2978 quality affected rural wards and has been completed in 621 rural wards while 1.40 lakh households have been provided with potable (safe drinking) water facilities, as of now.

Non-quality affected areas :

  • FY 2018-2019 : Gair Gunvatta Prabhavit Kshetr : Against a cumulative target to provide potable (safe drinking) water facilities to 22.49 lakh non-quality affected households spread over 15,349 rural wards, implementation of the schemes has begun in 1252 rural wards and has been completed in 621 rural wards while 3.02 lakh households have been provided with potable (safe drinking) water facilities, as of now.

c). Urban Development and Housing Department :

The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Shahri Peyjal Nishchay Yojana is

  • To provide potable (safe drinking) water facilities in 15,71, 643 households in 3,381 urban wards of 143 Urban Local Bodies in the state.

          Achievement :

  • FY 2018-2019 :Against a cumulative target to provide potable (safe drinking) water facilities to 8.42 lakh households spread over 3356(excluding 27 wards under central PSUs & GoI installations) urban wards, implementation of schemes has begun in 2040 urban wards and has been completed in 223 wards while 2.09 lakh households have been provided with potable (safe drinking) water facilities, as of now.

3. Ghar  Tak Pakki Gali- Naliyaan :

The following departments are responsible for implementing “GharTak Pakki Gali-Naliyaan” in the rural and urban areas of the state, respectively :

a). The Panchayati Raj Department

b). The Urban Development and Housing Department

   a). Panchayati Raj Department :

       The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Gramin Gali-Naali Pakkikaran Nishchay Yojana is

  • To provide  all weather connectivity and drainage facilities in all 1,14,691 rural wards of 8,386 Gram Panchayats in the state.

      Achievement :

  • FY 2018-2019:Against a cumulative target to provide all weather connectivity and drainage facilities to 142.2 lakh households spread over 91,753 rural wards, implementation has begun in 49,757 wards and has been completed in 24,885 rural wards while 33.12 lakh households have been provided with the aforesaid facilities, as of now.

b). Urban Development and Housing Department :

     The mandate of the Mukhyamantri Shahri Naali- Gali  Pakkikaran Nishchay Yojana is

  • To provide all weather connectivity and drainage facilities in all 3386(ULBs: 3354+central PSUs & GoI installations : 27) urban  wards of 143 Urban Local Bodies in the state.

      Achievement :

  • FY 2018-2019: Against a cumulative target to provide all weather connectivity and drainage facilities to 2.88 lakh households spread over all 3,356(excluding 27 wards under central PSUs & GoI installations) urban wards, implementation of the schemes has begun in 3121 urban wards and has been completed in 203 urban wards, while 2.08 lakh households have been provided with the aforesaid facilities, as of now.

4. Shauchalay Nirmaan Ghar ka Samman

The following departments are responsible for implementing “Shauchalay Nirman Ghar ka Samman” in the rural and urban areas of the state, respectively :

a). The Rural Development Department

b). The Urban Development and Housing Department

   a). Rural Development Department :

   The mandate of the Lohiya Swacch Bihar Abhiyan is

  • To facilitate construction of 1.21 Cr Individual Household Latrines (IHHL) by beneficiaries and construction of the Community Sanitation Centre for landless rural families.
  • To eliminate Open Defecation in rural areas by way of construction of Individual Household Latrines along with the facilitation for the much needed Behavioral change among the rural folks with regard to daily and regular use of toilets and the concomitant health benefits leading to all 8386 Gram Panchayats achieving ODF status in the given time-period.

     Achievement :

  • FY 2018-2019: Against a cumulative target to provide IHHL facilities to 121.6 lakh households and bestow ODF status to 8,386 Gram Panchayats , work has been started in 8,152 Gram Panchayats and 64.42 lakh IHHLs have been constructed and 1600 Gram Panchayats have been declared ODF , as of now.

b). Urban Development and Housing Department :

     The mandate of the Shauchalay Nirman (Shahri Kshetra ) Yojana is

  • To facilitate construction of 5.81 lakh Individual Household Latrines (IHHL) by beneficiaries themselves and construction of 66,361Community Sanitation Centre seats for landless urban families .
  • To stop Open Defecation in all 3377 urban wards of 143 Urban Local Bodies .

       Achievement :

  • FY 2018-19 : Against a cumulative target to provide IHHL facilities to 4.96  lakh households and construction of  0.63 lakh  CSC seats in all 3377 urban wards, 2.47 lakh IHHLs and 3,042 CSC seats have been constructed while 3200 urban wards have been declared ODF, as of now.

Under the “ Sushasan Ke Bindu” or  Programs of Good Governance  initiative of the state Government, a number of  schemes are being implemented in  the urban and rural areas by various departments. These departments are as follows:-

1. Urban Development and Housing Department.

2. Rural Development Department.

3. Panchayati Raj Department.

4. Planning and Development Department.

1. “Urban Development and Housing Department” is implementing a number of  schemes. They are as follows :-

a). Effective Solid Waste Management in all cities / Door to Door Waste Collection :-

  • In the year 2017-18, the DPR of 5 Urban Local Bodies (Gaya, Bodh-Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Betiah and Siwan), work of Waste To Compost has started in Muzaffarpur and Bodh-Gaya and in Gaya, the work is under progress. Work has not started in Betiah and Siwan.
  • Door to Door Waste Collection : Presently, this facility is available in 2623 wards out of 3386 wards of 143 Urban Local bodies and in 437 wards, there is  the facility of Segregation at Source.
  • Waste to Energy : Landfill site is being developed for this in Patna and Weigh Bridge has been installed for the purpose.

b). Implementation of Master Plan for all District Headquarter towns :-

  • Master plan of Patna (including Danapur) has been notified in 28 cities (including 27 cities of AMRUT) in the first phase in 41 towns(including 38 District Headquarters and 3 other districts- Bodh-gaya, Rajgeer and Dehri) and PPMA (Patna Metropolitan Area Authority) is functional.
  • Planning Area Authority has been constituted for Bodh-Gaya, Rajgeer, Gaya, Saharsa, Bihar sharif and Muzaffarpur. Consultant has been selected for the formulation of Master Plan in Bihar Sharif, Rajgeer and Begusarai.
  • Proposal for preparing Master Plan of Purnia, Munger (including Jamalpur) and Darbhanga has been received.
  • Planning area for Arrah district has been declared and the constitution of Planning area authority is under process.
  •  Proposal related to planning area of 13 cities are to be received.
  • Construction of GIS based Master Plan of 14 towns : Out of the 7 proposals received for selection of consultancy firm, 3 have been selected and work order has been issued.
  • The inception report of GIS based Master Plan of Rajgir has been submitted by HUDCO in the department for review.
  • Invitation to the proposals for the construction of GIS based Master Plan for 22 towns is under process

c). Patna Metro Rail Project :-

  • In light of the Metro Rail Policy, 2017, an amended DPR incorporating Comprehensive Mobility Plan and an Alternative Traffic Analysis has been submitted by RITES Ltd.
  • Subsequent to approval by the state cabinet, the same will be put up for the approval of GoI.
  • Action is being taken for formation of SPV.

d). Deendayal Antyoday Scheme- Formation of SHG (Self Help Group) under National Urban Livelihood Mission: -

In the year 2017-2018

  • In selected 42 urban local bodies, 26,170 self-help groups are to be formed in 5 years.
  • Out of which 12,967 self-help groups, 463 Area Level Institutes and 40 Urban level Associations have been formed.
  • Revolving Fund of Rs.10,000 has been provided to 6,698 Self Help Groups and Revolving Fund of Rs. 50,000 has been provided to 30 Field Level institutes.
  • Employment through Skill Training and Placement : In the year 2017-2018, against the target of providing training to 50,000 urban poor people, 1190 urban poor have been completed the training, 1432 people are under trainee and employment of 256 people have been completed.

In the year 2018-2019

  • So far, against the target of  formation of 15,700 self help groups, 16,079 SHGs, 528 Area Level Organization and 39 Town level associations have been formed and 1.65 lakh families are affiliated.
  • Revolving Fund of Rs.10,000 has been provided to 7580 Self Help Groups and Revolving Fund of Rs. 50,000 has been provided to 35 Area Level Organizations.

 e). Establishment of vending zones for urban footpath vendors :-

  • Out of a total surveyed 81,747 footpath vendors, physical certification of 28,000 vendors has been done and Identity card has been distributed among 11,816 vendors in camps till now. The survey report of 55,606 vendors have been uploaded on the web-site.
  • 140 Town Vending Committee has been formed.
  • The process of selection of an agency for the construction of a Vending Zone in Motihari Municipal Corporation has been completed and also agreement has been completed  Although  work had started on 22.01.2018 but currently it has been stopped owing to issues related to encroachment.
  • Darbhanga Municipal Corporation: A new proposal is being prepared for the construction of three vending zones.
  • Sasaram Municipal Council: Administrative approval given to the proposal and amount has been allocated.
  • Dumraon Municipal Council: Administrative approval given to the proposal and amount has been allocated.
  • Aarah and Buxar Municipal Council: For development of Vending zone in Aarah, administrative approval has been received and amount has Been allocated by the Department.

f). House For All :-

In the financial year 2017-2018

  • Work order has been issued for the construction of 43,725 residential unit against a total of 1,13,445 approved residential units. Construction work in 29902 units have started and work has been completed in 450 residential units.
  • The construction of 19,667 units under a previous scheme has been completed against the target of 29,628 units.
  • Affordable Housing Policy and Slum Redevelopment Policy have been approved by the Cabinet.

In the financial year 2018-2019

  • Work order has been issued for the construction of 67,478 residential unit against a total of 1,48,934 approved residential units. Construction work in 45,221 units have started and work has been completed in 6,203 residential units.
  • In the pre-operated scheme, 17,750 units have been completed, construction of 8,440 units under a previous scheme is under process and in 4,250 units, work has not started yet.

2. Rural Development Department is working on the following schemes :-

a). MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act):-

In the financial year 2017-2018

  • In the year 2017-18, 8.18 crore Man Days (65.51%) was generated under the scheme against a target of 12.5 crore Man Days.
  • Out of 6,66,423 projects designed under the scheme, 77,465 projects have been completed.
  • Under this project, Rs. 2939.48 crore has been spent.
  • So far, the number of Man Days per family generated in 2017-2018 is 30.

In the financial year 2018-2019

  • 6.01 crore Man days (66.87%) was generated against a target of 9 crore Man days.
  • Out of 6,66,423 projects designed under the scheme, 77,465 projects have been completed till 21.08.2018.
  • So far, Rs. 1646.39 crore has been spent against the estimated amount of Rs. 3007.50 crore under this project.
  • So far, the number of Man Days per family generated in 2018-2019 is 31.

b). Pradhaanmantri Aawas Yojana :-

  • Target of FY 2016-17: Against a targeted total of 6.37 lakh units, 5.68 lakh units sanctioned, 5.16 lakh beneficiaries given first installment, 2.73 lakh beneficiaries given second installment, 0.85 lakh beneficiaries given third  installment and construction of 64,469 units have been completed, as of now.
  • Target of FY 2017-18: Against a targeted total of 5.37 lakh units, 3.23 lakh units have got the approval,2.72 lakh beneficiaries given first installment, 72,859 beneficiaries given second installment, 15,405 beneficiaries given third  installment and construction of 10,864 units have been completed, as of now.

c). National Rural livelihood Mission- Jeevika :-

In the financial year 2017-2018

  • A total of 7.79 lakh SHGs, 46,184 Village Organizations and 669 Village Federations were formed and investment capital fund and revolution fund was provided to 4.62 lakh Self Help Groups till 31.03.2018.

In the financial year 2018-2019

  • A total of 8.15 lakh SHGs, 50,248 Village Organizations and 822 Village Federations have been formed, as of now.

d.) Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission (National Ruraban Mission)

  • Phase I of NRuM :- Of the four ICAPs or The Integrated Cluster Action Plans by the Central Government and a total estimated investment of Rs. 424.13 crore and approval of Rs. 120.00 crores  by way of Critical Gap Fund (CGF) , a total of Rs. 21.60 crore at a rate of Rs. 5.04 crore per cluster has been released as first installment. Work on DPRs for the aforesaid clusters is under progress.
  • Phase II of NRuM :- Proposal of 3 Integrated Clusters at  Khokha (Srinagar, Purnea), Barbat Parsen (West Champaran) and Kariyan (Samastipur) has been approved by the Central Govt. and a total of Rs 1.05 crore, at the rate of Rs 35.00 lakh per cluster has been released for the formulation of the Integrated Cluster Action Plan which is under process.
  • Phase III of NRuM :- Preparation of Proposals for development of Clusters in Belchi (Patna), Tankuppa (Gaya), Bhagvanpur (Kaimur) and Pipariya (Lakhisarai) is underway.

3. Various Schemes are being implemented by “Panchayati Raj Department”.

a). Construction of Panchayat Government Building :-

  • Construction of 1,181 units is in progress against 1435 approved units. 1,055 Panchayat Sarkar Bhawans have been completed, 899 newly built Panchayat Sarkar Bhawans transferred and 512 Panchayat Sarkar Bhawans are under construction.
  • World Bank: Against a target of constructing 330 Panchayat Sarkar Bhawans in 12 districts in 2 years, work has started in 130 units.

4. Planning and Development Department :-

a). Bihar Kosi flood relief project - 1st phase (World Bank Endowment scheme)

  • Target of 61,688 residential units and toilets : 56,666 residential units and 44,365 toilets have been completed .
  • 37 projects of road construction against the target of 40 projects have been completed and all 72 projects of  Bridge construction have been completed. And construction of 92.01% residential unit and 75.17% toilets have been completed.
  • 6 out of 7 schemes of structural investments have been completed.
  • 10 out of 12 scheme of Non Structural investments have been completed.In remaining 1project, consultancy is under process and work has postponded in another 1 project.
  • An amount of Rs. 969.11 crores (79.21%) has been spent under this project.
  • The target is to complete the project by June 2020.

b). Bihar Kosi Basin Development Project- Phase II (World Bank Endowment scheme)

  • Work order has been issued for all the 30 packages (86 schemes) for road construction. So far, Rs.71.99 crore has been spent on them. 24 schemes have been completed so far.
  • For bridge construction order has been issued for 39 of the 41 packages(58 schemes). And total Rs.142.7 crore has been spent on the same. 6 schemes have been completed.
  • Under the project, amount of Rs. 524.59 crores (23.22%) has been spent.
  • The work has been completed in 1 out of 4 packages under Structural Investment and work is under process in 1 package and package no. 2 and approach paper is being prepared as per the consultation received from World Bank in the package No. 03 and 04.
  • Under Non Structural Investment, work order has been issued in 4 out of 8 packages and 2 schemes have been completed
  • Mathematical Model center has been established.
  • Department of Animal and Fisheries Resources : Personnel employment has been completed.
  • Agriculture Department : Personnel employment is under process.