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City Profile
Aaarvee Associates
Patan

Company Name
ULB Name

Yes

23 15
79 40

Whether the Sectoral Analysis report is as per UADD requisites

Town Brief

Geographical location (Town)


Average rainfall (annual)
Height above mean sea level
Municipal area (1991)
Municipal area (2001)
Municipal area (2011)
Date of Constitution of ULB

Population

652
13.06
13.06
13.06
The name of Patan is derived from the Sanskrit

Historic importance

Population Year 1981 (under Municipal


boundary only)
Population Year 1991 (under Municipal
boundary only)
Population Year 2001 (under Municipal
boundary only)
Population Year 2011 (under Municipal
boundary only)
Name of Population projection Method
Projected population adopted Year 2015
Projected population adopted Year 2025
Projected population adopted Year 2035
Land Use

Land Use

Latitude
Longitude
MM
Mts
Sq kms
Sq kms
Sq kms
Date

Residential
Commercial
Mixed
Public - semi public
Agriculture
Industrial
Roads
Green area
Sensitive
Water bodies
Total

In one or two
sentences

name Pattanam, which means city. Few sati


monuments can be observed in and around the
town, in which one of the monument is inscribed
in the year 1361 on the name of Pratihara ruler
Baghdeva.

9233
11000
13213
Town level
14614
Arithmetic Increase
15346
17175
19000
% Standard (as Land use (Tentative in Land use (Tentative in
per UDPFI)
Sq kms )
percentage)
48.0
2.0

0.0
8.0
5.0
10.0
12.0
7.0
3.0
5.0

2.04
0.03
0.06
0.07
10.15
0.00
0.58
0.02
0.00
0.11
13.00

15.69
0.23
0.46
0.54
78.08
0.00
4.46
0.15
0.00
0.85
100.00

City Profile (Ward Wise)


Ward #
Ward 1
Ward 2
Ward 3
Ward 4
Ward 5
Ward 6
Ward 7
Ward 8
Ward 9
Name of ward
Subash Chandra boshSardar Patel Gandhi
Dr. B.AmbedkarDr. Rajendra PrasadDr. Ram Mohan Pt. Ravi Shankar
Jawaharlal Nehru
Shastri
Ward Population (2011)
1024
1236
817
984
940
898
826
777
1026
Area (sq kms)
1.64
0.9
0.03
1.57
0.05
1.75
0.14
0.03
0.65
Density (PPSqkm)
624
1373
27233
627
18800
513
5900
25900
1578
Male
543
655
426
513
480
477
426
398
535
Female
481
581
391
471
460
421
400
379
491
SC
13
127
99
521
145
45
33
20
160
ST
69
210
39
54
45
27
82
50
60
BPL
810
786
434
577
622
496
591
470
654
Sex ratio
886
887
918
918
958
883
939
952
918
Literacy rate (%)
No. of Primary schools
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
No. of Primary Health Center
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No. of Households
186
225
149
179
171
163
150
141
187
Primary occupation (Majority)
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Agriculture
Seconday occupation
Business
Business
Business
Business
Business
Business
Business
Business
Business
Tertiary occupation
Others
Others
Others
Others
Others
Others
Others
Others
Others
No. of SS/LS industrial units
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No. of Commercial
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
establishments
No. of Slum pockets
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Slum population
0
0
0
738
0
0
0
0
0
No. of Slum Households
0
0
0
148
0
0
0
0
0
No. of Individual water
140
169
111
134
128
122
113
106
140
connections in the ward
No. of Community water
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
connections
No. of Commercial water
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
connections
No. of Tubewells
2
0
2
1
0
0
1
0
1
No. of Handpumps
2
3
2
2
4
3
4
2
3
No. of OHTs
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
% Coverage of piped water
80
65
80
65
80
80
80
80
65
supply
No. of Individual Toilets
149
180
119
143
137
131
120
113
149
No. of Individual Septic tanks
121
146
97
116
111
106
98
92
121
No. of Community Septic tanks
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
No. of Community toilets
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
% of population - Open
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
35-40%
defecation
No. of Dust bins
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Wardwise Waste generated
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
(Kgs)
Road sweeping (1 time or 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
times)
Total no. of sanitary workers in
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
the ward
Length of Pucca road (Mts)
3254.80
1033.30
395.40
344.20
510.00
2129.00
645.00
538.00
806.00
Length of Kuccha road (Mts)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
500
Length of State Highway
189.13
441.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
215.13
0.00
143.13
Length of National Highway
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Length of Road side drains
Pucca (Mts)
Length of Natural drains
257.2
0.0
0.0
643.0
0.0
385.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
(Nallah) Pucca/Channelized
(Mts)
Length of Natural drains
(Nallah) Kuttcha (Mts)
No. of Streetlights
No. of Electricity connections

Ward 10
Pt. Deen Dayal
1031
0.82
1257
548
483
235
19
601
881

Ward 11
Ward 12
Ward 13
Maharana Pratap
Dr. Abdul Kalam Vinodh Bhave
981
1055
668
0.04
0.63
0.03
24525
1675
22267
516
565
339
465
490
329
15
162
130
82
55
0
600
568
439
901
867
971

Ward 14
802
0.07
11457
424
378
81
64
341
892

Ward 15
Rani Durgawati
1549
4.65
333
828
721
312
103
720
871

Shivaji

Total
14614
13
1124.2
7673
6941
2098
959
8709

0
0
187
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

1
0
178
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

0
0
192
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

0
0
121
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

0
0
146
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

1
1
282
Agriculture
Business
Others
0

3
1
2657

16

42

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
686
125

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
1424
272

141

134

144

91

109

211

1993

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

10

29

1
3
0

1
2
0

0
3
0

1
2
0

2
3
0

2
2
1

14
40
1

80

80

80

65

80

45

150
122
Nil
Nil

143
116
Nil
Nil

153
125
Nil
Nil

97
79
Nil
Nil

117
95
Nil
Nil

225
183
Nil
Nil

35-40%

35-40%

35-40%

35-40%

35-40%

35-40%

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

2126
1727

15

429.00
0
220.80
Nil

538.00
0
0.00
Nil

476.00
0
0.00
Nil

342.00
0
0.00
Nil

361.00
0
0.00
Nil

5809.00
1500
1362.67
Nil

17610.70
2000.00
2572.07

0.0

0.0

257.2

0.0

0.0

1028.8

2572.07

Name of Tourist site if any


Name of Heritage site if any
Bus stop (No.)
Bus stand(No.)
Parks (No.)
Playground(No.)
No. of Residential properties
No. of Commercial properties
Total Property tax collection (in
Rs.)
Property tax coverage(in %)
Available Government land (Sq
kms)
Remarks

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
158

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
191

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
126

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
152

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
145

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
139

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
128

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
120

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
159

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
159

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
152

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
163

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
0
0
103

Nil
Nil
Nil
0
1
0
124

Nil
Nil
Nil
1
0
1
239

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Sectoral Analysis

Sewerage
Drainage

Tubewell

Existing Source
Well

SWM

River/Lake

No. of Tubewell / River / Well

15

Water Supplied by Tubewell /


River / Well in MLD

1.46

Total water supply in the town (MLD)

1.46

Existing Supply rate (LPCD) considering distribution losses

100

Water Charges per household per month (Rs.) Flat/Metered

45 (Flat)

% Coverage under paid water supply


Whether any treatment plant exists (Y/N),If yes mention
capacity (MLD)
Proposed source (Surface)
Total sewage generation (MLD)
Whether any treatment plant exists (Y/N),If yes mention
capacity
Total no. of individual septic tanks
Total no. of community septic tanks
Total no. of Sewage/Mud pumps available with the ULB
Frequency of Cleaning Individual Septic tanks
Frequency of Cleaning Community Septic tanks
Name of natural nallah (Storm water drain)
Length of natural nallah (Storm water drain) Kms
Ultimate disposal point of nallah
Length of road side drain (Kms)
Coverage of road side drainage w.r.t roads (%)
Ultimate disposal point of Road side drains
Any treatment plant/procedure adopted

Roads

Physical Infrastructure

Water Supply

Source

Per capita Solid waste generation (Considering Standards) (in


gms)
Total SW generation (in Tons)
Frequency of SW collection by the ULB (1 time per day/2 times
per day)
Collection efficiency of the ULB (%)
Any initiative for DTDC (Yes /No)
Any initiative for scientific disposal of waste
Name of dumping/ landfill site
Is the existing site Dumping site or allotted site for Scientific
disposal
Area of allotted landfill site for Scientific disposal
Distance of the Dumping site/landfill site from main settlement
area (Kms)
No. of Tractor trolleys/vehicles available with the ULB for
carrying Solid waste to the LF site
If site for Scientific disposal is not allotted then whether
formally requested by the ULB

50
0
Narmadha River
2.05
No

Nil
Once in 5 months
Nil
Open
0
Open
8.5
38
Near by water bodies
No
250
3.50
1
70
No
No
Along Ward-15
no
no
1.5
2 Trolleys
No

Name of National Highway passing from or nearby from the


town (NH-XYZ)

NH-12A

Distance of National Highway if nearby from the town (NHXYZ) in Kms

Via Jabalpur

Roads
Traffic & transportation
Street lighting

Physical Infrastructure

Name of State Highway passing from or nearby from the town


(SH-XYZ)
Distance of State Highway if nearby from the town (SH-XYZ)
in Kms
CC
Total length of Pucca roads (Kms)
WBM
Total (kms)

Power
Heritage & tourism
Environment

Heritage & tourism

10.5
6.5
17

(kms)

2.5 kms

Gap w.r.t Standards

(kms)

25

Total no. of vehicles in the town


Bus stand (yes/No)

Yes

Any intracity mass transport mode (yes/no)

Yes

Mini-Bus service

Name of locations facing major traffic issues

1
2
3

Bus stand junction


Police junction

Name of the street beautified as per the


instructions of UADD
Total no. of street lights
No. of Streetlights under working condition

425
325

No. of Streetlights having Tubes

225

No. of Streetlights having CFL

100

No. of Streetlights having Incandescent bulbs

No. of Streetlights having LED

100

No. of Streetlights having LPS

0
Jabalpur

400 KV
220KV
132KV

Total no. of residential connections


Total no. of Commercial connections
Any subsidy for BPL (Y/N)
Duration of Electricity supply per day (in Hrs)
Name of Heritage site/s
Ownership/agency
Prevailing Heritage Act/s
Name of Tourist site/s
Ownership/agency

N
15
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Kamakshya temple, which is placed 2 km away
from the town

Total no. of Pilgrims/ Tourists visiting town per day

Name of River/Lake/Forest range/Any specific species

Narmadha River
Madhya Pradesh Environ.Act 199..
Ward no 12 & 4

Prevailing Environmental Act/s


Areas facing threats
No. of Primary Health centres/Dispensary

No. of Hospitals
Health

Passing through the town

Total length of Kuccha roads (kms)

Location of Substation
http://www.mptransco.nic.in

Multispeciality hospital if any (Y/N)

4
Government
Beds
Private
Beds

1
10
3
6

Yes
Name of town

Name of Nearby town reffered for Treatment

ructure

SH-37A

Jabalpur

Education
Social security schemes

Social Infrastructure

Name of Nearby town reffered for Treatment


No. of Primary schools
No. of Secondary/High schools
No. of Colleges
No. of ITI

Distance
(Kms)
5
2
1
0

33
200-300
350-500
700-800
Nil

No. of Beneficiaries under SJSRY (Street Vendor)

Nil

No. of Beneficiaries under Haath thela/Rickshaw chalak yojna

Nil

No. of Rain Basera/Night Shelter


Ownership of Rain Basera (with ULB/Rental)

1
ULB

No. of Beneficiaries under Gharelu Kamkaji Mahila Yojana

NA

Name of other Social security


schemes

Name of
Scheme
Deendayal
antodaya
Widow
pension

Beneficiaries
Nil
681

Sectoral Analysis
Slums & Urban Poor
Ward
No

Name of Slum pocket/


reference name

Dr. B.Ambedkar
4
12 Dr. Abdul Kalam
Total

Notified/ Unnotified
Notified
Notified

Ward
population

Slum
population

Individual
water
connections

984
1055

738
686
1424

89
96
185

2039

No. of
Community
taps

Nil
Nil

No. of
Handpumps

No. of
Individual
toilets

No. of
Community
toilets

5
6
11

118
110
228

Nil
Nil

No. of Pucca No. of Semi


houses
pucca houses

98
77
175

36
41
77

No. of
Kuccha
houses

14
19
33

No. of
Permanent
pattas
distributed

No. of
Temporary
pattas
distributed

NA
NA

Nil
Nil

No. of
No. of
Beneficiaries
Any
Primary
Primary
under social interventions
Health
school in the
security
under IHSDP
slum pocket centres in the
schemes
(Y/N)
slum pocket

Nil
Nil

Nil
Nil

Nil
Nil

N
N

2007-2008
Tax Receipts
2. vehicle and animal tax
a. animal
b. Niyot kar
3.Asthayi Dhakal fees
6. Income Tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
9. Public Consolidated Tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
15. Tourists Tax
On road
16. Improvement Tax
Namantaran
Entertainment
18 Town development tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
19 Other Improvement taxes
a Animal Fees
b Market fees
c. Cable Tower
Total
Income from Municipal Property
Collections from Water Tax
1 Water tax
2 water Usage
a Collection on with Meter Usage
B Collection on without Meter Usage
3 Rent on Meters and Tankers
Pratibhoot
4 Vinidhano per byyaj
Saarvjanik suraksha Pension
Oldage home pension
Rashriya parivar sahayatha
Mudhranalay se prathiya
Toilet ka vapasi
Total
Fees, Service Charges & Penalties
a. Kanji House
II. House rent
III. Bhoomi aur Bhoomi Upaj ke vikay se Income
f. Various
Other Fees
Praman Patr
Boat fee
License fee
sahukari Licence
Building Construction
Avedhan fee
XI. nagar panchayt ki sampathi ko hani povnchaneka prathikar
XIII. Nagar Palika aur anya adhiniya mo ke antargath huyi dhandh ki
raasi ke adhineeyam ke anudhar ki position
XV. Purana banda aur imaaratho ke saamaan vikray aagaam
XVI Visht se banaye gaye campost khaad aadi vikray aagam
Shaashkiy Prathibhitiyon ke vikray agem adhi bank se pratyaharan
tender
Complex constriction
Others

2008-2009

2009-10

20010-11

202809.00
89297.00

155030
34860

171740

23260.00
110100.00

18800
110828

15282
112002

28000.00
130000.00

87500.00
89500.00

40590
73400

32980
66972

110000.00
120000.00

479000.00

822700

773500

730000

2500.00
1000.00

2614
700

2000
2500

2500
6000

0.00
0.00

42591
0

27621
38345

32400.00
42800.00

6714.00
260500.00
312000.00

778
261395

2200
251938
10000

12000
310000
30000

1564286.00

1507080.00

1783700.00

244585.00
103672.00
17025.00
39575.00

76458.00
252908.00
23695.00
39745.00
33307.00

380000.00
425000.00
45000.00
120000.00

742425.00
476800.00
190000.00
0.00
0.00

1026440.00
530200.00
300000.00
292671.00

1160000
680000
400000.00
170000.00
0.00

2351200.00

1814082.00

2575424.00

3380000.00

1000.00
69900.00
30900
5400
1200.00

600.00
67255.00
11250
165
1720.00

9849.00
180000.00

4480.00
17355.00
26995.00
2150.00
40.00

1720.00
19028.00
25955.00
1275.00
24.00

2227.00
25024.00
46315.00
1815.00
150.00

12000.00
215000.00
0
40000
2000.00
0.00
15000.00
30000.00
60000.00
3000.00
1000.00

5000.00
0.00

300.00
21600.00

5000.00

20000.00
20000.00

3500
500

637
0

3000
500

30000
10000

1695500.00

16644060.00

15400000.00

12800000.00

660800.00
160000.00

443400.00

1664180.00

110800.00
240000.00
14900.00
32500.00
43000.00
0.00
0.00
1093400.00
474500.00
140000.00
202100.00

3000
2375.00

230000.00

1500000.00

Saamchith nidhi
Nikshep
Revenue Transfers
5. Octroi Anudhan
Grand Total
Capital Receipts
12 / 13 finance commission
Fundamental services
R.V Ayog Madh
Sadhak anurakshan Madh
Town development
shaniya Nikayonse
Mid Day Meal
S.P Machines Upakaran
Bhandar Karch
WBM road
Others / special Madh
slum Basthi
s.P.other madho se
Samsadh madh
Vidhayak Madh
Swarna Jayanthi anya
Vishishth Madh
IHSDP
House Construction
Samudhayik bhavan
Swasthik bhavan
toilet construction
Adhosamrachana vikas kar
Grand Total

Revenue Expenditure
Establishments and Salaries
a. Officers payment / salary
b. Allowance
c. Emergency
provisional establishment
GPS
Total
office expenditure
a. i. Establishment of revenue department and officials payment
a.ii. Allowance
a. iii. Emergency computerised taxation
iii. Emergency
Pension bhtha thatha updhan
Power
Establishment
samagri kraya
power pravadh ka charges
New works
Killing of animals, dogs
- Emergency
Total
water works
iv. water supply
Establishment aur sandharan
Establishment
Emergency
repair
New works
Pump nirman

240000.00
100000.00
3024720

250000.00
216700.00
17705689

15679255

14758000

2934500.00
9974600

4887579
25971636

4063800
23825559

5660000.00
25581700

848000.00
1600000.00
753000.00
313000.00
0.00

1273900.00
2327400.00
796100.00
500400.00
0.00

849100.00
2320500.00
902400.00
563900.00

1250000.00
2800000.00
800000.00
600000.00
200000.00

89150.00
202000.00
0.00

763081.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

383143.00

400000.00
400000.00
400000.00
500000.00
0
500000

828800.00
453100.00
0.00
158000.00

0
5245050
15219650

2007-2008
508500.00
17600.00
8000.00
11200.00
181200.00
726500

69250
0
382000

645000

10125000
16237131
42208767

2008-2009
614500.00
13200.00
19500.00
8500.00
383800.00
1039500

600000
1200000
500000
1000000

5875000
11539043
35364602

2009-10

5000000
480000
600000
534000
5608000
12222000
35594000
61175700

20010-11

792000.00
42500.00
30000.00
10000.00
486100.00

840,000.00
40,000.00
60,000.00
30,000.00
300,000.00

1360600

1270000

534500.00
21200.00
7000.00
4500.00
189600.00

672000.00
14000.00
6500.00

828500.00
33000.00
14500.00

960000.00
45000.00
40000.00

185000.00

250000

560000

46800.00
57741.00
426525.00
3000.00

58900.00
198000.00
320000.00
14000.00

174200.00
1099360.00
67030.00

55000.00
360000.00
3200000.00
180000.00
20000

2466590

5420000

154500.00
136813.00
277640.00
1119306.00
70409.00

276000.00
120000.00
400000.00
800000.00
750000.00

36000.00
1326866

138000.00
56500.00
185000.00
780000.00
165000.00

1468400

132000.00
46000.00
205000.00
182000.00
168500.00

water supply
water vistharan
Establishment
Emergency
repair
rain water harvesting
waste water sandhas system
i. establishment of health officer
ii. - permanent establishment of public toilets
- Maintenance of public toilets
- provision of Public toilets (Sulab Complex)
- Construction of Nalas and public toilets
F. Kanji House
-establishment
- Emergency
Total
public health and services
iv. Road Cleaning
- Establishment
- Provisional establishment
- Establishment of Dustbins and their maintenance
- various cleaning sanitation equipment
Establishment
- Provisional establishment
Others
D. Medical and health centres
- Establishment
- medicines
- food for patience
Communicable type

Total
improvements
4. Lok Nirman (Public Works)
i. Establishment
ii. Buildings
Construction workers
- Construction
- Maintenance (WBM)
IHSDP
construction of houses

iii. Construction of Roads, paths, drains maintenance and


renovation
New roads, lanes and drains construction
Maintenance
iv. Anushandhan
other works
- Bhandar aur anya (others)
Plantation
- Establishment
- Emergency
- construction of buildings
- maintenance of building
- Returns
other returns
Others
- government education
- primary schools and mid day meal
Mid day meal programme
Cook / chef
poverty line, boy-girl student stipend

44500.00
236600.00
11000.00
65000.00
115500.00
0.00
111500.00

288000.00
4500.00
650000.00
120000.00
5500.00
232000.00

528000
20000
63451
66725
0
183000

1800.00

30000.00

2000.00
59200.00
3500.00

68000.00
4000.00

144000.00
3000.00

144000.00
30000.00
10000.00

2766844

5320000

492000
17500.00
8000.00

560000.00
40000.00
80000.00
600000.00

1975100

249600.00
15000.00
1000.00
128200.00
7000.00
2000.00

2135500

235000.00
15000.00
10000.00

660000
650000
500000
500000
100000
0
380000

18000.00
130000.00
18000.00

47000.00

1200.00

8500.00

422000

333500

150000.00
23600.00

80000.00

671100

1510000

280000.00
0.00
800000.00
600000.00
800000.00

122400.00

156000.00

126000.00

236079.00
0.00
0.00

280000.00
660000.00
500000.00

230000.00
326000.00
163451.00
284000.00

9120000.00
1480000.00
600000.00
534000.00
11066000.00

748200.00
250000.00
609945.00
349200.00
314500.00

685000.00
150000.00
660000.00
380000.00
110000.00

73500.00

180000.00
160000.00

14500.00
1052800.00
110000.00
5000.00

200000.00
1534500.00
4500.00
28000.00
5000.00
0.00
160000.00

0.00
314200.00
50618.00

1223000.00
352000.00
850360.00
450000.00
172596.00

1200000.00
560000.00
1230000.00
600000.00
400000

293000.00
2083000.00
1000.00
0.00

40000.00
60000.00
10000.00
500000.00
2530000.00
0.00
0.00

0.00

- upkaran and akasmiktha


Nirman aur marammath (construction and repair)
- Buildings rent
- Bal sadhan sishu mandir etc (Kids zone, baby school etc)
Asaadhaaran thata run
- Vinidhaan
prathiboothiyo me run nivaaran nidhi ko chodkar sanchit nidhi
jama
Samvadhi nisheph
saving Bank / Dhak Ticket
Run nivaaran nidhi me Bhoogdhaan
Entertainment
Establishment
others
nikhshep amanth raasi
Total
others
Redemption at principal amount
Actual expenditure at work done for the private people
Government exhibition fare
legal chargers
Future Nidhi me apradhan
Telephone and trunk call
Expenditure fee
Extra
Expenditure on stamp ticket and postages
Total
Grand total

1000.00
54000.00

96953.00

100000.00

1210600.0

760000.0

0.00

1295600.0
0.0
0.0
355500.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
85000.0

1695000.0
100000.0
0.0
250000.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
300000.0
100000.0

0.00
800000
1228700
300000.00
0.00

7197642
46705.00
26250.00
123100.00
18500.00
0.00
2500.00
500.00
3000.00
220555
11868663

9113000
29000.00
29000.00
0.00
223000.00
50000.00
0.00
12000.00
0.00
15000.00
358000
14447900

220000

0.00
6871360

34838700

96400.00
4550.00

50000.00
150000.00

220540.00
39320.00
0.00
7800.00

480000.00
60000.00
10000.00
15000.00

47175.00

130000.00

415785
14552279

895000
49253700

Reforms Action Plan


Reforms

2012-13
Full migration of double accounting System
Property tax reforms, 85% coverage ratio and
90% collection ratio
Levy of user charges : full recovery of O & M
charges for sewerage, water supply and SWM

N
N

Internal earmarking of basic services to urban


poor
E-governance
Provision of basic services to urban poor
including security of tenure at affordable
prices, improved housing, water supply,
sanitation

N
N

Any City specific


Strategies adopted

Timeline to achieve reforms till 2015

Achieved (Y/N)

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Preliminary estimate
(if any) for
implementation

Implementing
agency

Executive Summary
I. Overview
The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) is an ambitious programme of the
Government of India to bring about improvements in the existing urban service levels and urban
infrastructure in a financially sustainable manner. The primary objective of the programme is to
create economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive cities. The projects that qualify
under this scheme include sub-sectors of water supply, sewerage and sanitation, drainage, solid
waste management, traffic and transportation facilities, housing infrastructure and basic services for
urban poor. Further, special projects including urban transit systems, urban expressways, sea-links
and other sectors of similar nature would also be covered under this scheme. In order to access funds
through the mission, the state government and the cities seeking assistance require to sign-up to a
set of reforms covering various areas of urban management and good governance.
The

City

Development

Plan

(CDP)shallprovideacomprehensivelongtermstrategy(Vision2035)aswellasaCityInvestmentPlan(CIP),bas
edonwhichtheconcernedULB's

can

approach

and

be

eligible

underGoI/GoMPschemesalongwiththeirownandothersources

to

the

of

funding
finances

basedonpriorityactionsandprojectsidentifiedintheCDP.ThedocumentshallalsoprovideFinancialOperating
Plan(FOP)todirecttheULBsformobilizingvariousfinancialresourcestoimplementtheidentifiedpriorityprojec
ts.ThescopeoftheservicesincludeallnecessarystepsformulatedinJnNURMToolkit2,thatwouldhelpto
prepare
theCDP,suchasDataCollection&FieldVisits,MunicipalStaff&allStakeholdersconsultativemeetings,SectorA
nalysis,

organizing

necessaryworkshops

for

the

successful

completionoftheCDP.Thespecificobjectivesoftheprojectareasfollows;

CDP

would

scaleupexistingurbandevelopmentandpovertyalleviationschemeswithinacomprehensiveandcoh
erentstrategicplanningframework,inordertoensureoptimalbenefitfromavailableresources

to

thecitizensoftheULBs.

CDP
wouldaimtocatalyzenewthinkingandprovokedebatethroughaconsultativestakeholderdrivenproc
ess.ThevisionandstrategicthrustsoftheCDPwouldbebuiltaroundthelessonsandfindingsofacompre
hensiveandrigorousstakeholderconsultationanddocumentationprocess.

ItisexpectedthattheCDPwouldservethe

purpose

and

meet

the

requirementsofUIDSSMTandIHSDPprogrammesaswellasJnNURMandotherdevelopmentscheme
s.

TheCDPwillgeneratespecificpriorityactionsandprojectsthatcanbethebasis,formobilizingfundsfro
mdiversifiedsources.

Government of Madhya Pradesh has taken up a huge task of preparation of CDPs for 293 towns and
the consultancy of preparation of reports has been awarded to various consultants and the Patan is
one of the towns out of the 7 towns assigned to Aarvee Associates.
II. Town Profile
ThenameofPatanisderivedfromtheSanskritnamePattanam,whichmeanscity.
PatantownisaTehsilheadquarterinPatanTehsilofJabalpurdistrictinMadhyaPradeshState.Patanisoneofthei
mportantgreenpeacultivationareasofMadhyaPradesh.Patangeographicallyliesbetween23 015'northlatitud
eand79040'eastLongitude,atanaltitudeof652meters
(2139feet)abovemeansealevelandisnearly33KmfromJabalpurandaround285KmsfromthestateHeadquart
erBhopal.ThecityiswellconnectedwithRoad.StateHighwayconnectingDamoha

Jabalpur37Aispassingthroughthecity.ThenearestrailwaystationisJabalpur,whichisalsoaZonalheadquarter
ofCentralWestRailways.
Thetownisconstitutedintheyear1981,withanareaof13.06sq.kmsandcomprisingof15municipalwards.
The physical development is extending towards Jabalpur and Shahpura towns, which is predominantly
linear development in nature. Thus, pockets of agricultural lands are still available for development
within the municipal limits. In the other part of the town, physical development is observed on SouthWest direction.
The urban form of the town is predominantly guided by the State Highway 37A and Singrauli Road.
The overall development resembles nucleated development. As per Census of India, 2011 (provisional
figures) the total population of Patan Nagar Parishad is about 14,624 and the no.of households are
2910. The total extent of the town is 1306 Ha.
III. Infrastructure Assessment

Water Supply

Patanispredominantlydependentongroundwatersourceforwatersupply. Presently, water is drawn from


a

depth

of

60

80

feet.

Direct

pumpingisinpracticeforstorageanddistributionofwatersupply.AspertheassessmentmadebytheofficialsatN
agarParishadofPatan,thereare15tubewells

present

in

thetown.Outofthese,2tubewells

are

directlyconnectedtoELSRsandremaining13areconnectedtodistributionnetwork.
Waterissuppliedthroughtankerstotheareaswherewatersupplyisscarceandareasnotcoveredwithdistributio
nnetwork.CurrentlythedemandforwaterinPatanisapproximately1.46MLD.
Thepresentpercapitawatersupplyis 100 LPCD.

Sewerage

Patanlacksadequatesanitaryfacilities. Two outoftenhouseshavenolatrinefacilitiesindicatingpresenceof


open

defecationinthetown.

Asperthesanitationsurveysconductedduring2008,about70percenthouseholdshaveaccesstoimprovedsani
tationwithinhouseholdandremaining30percenthouseholdslackthesefacilities. As per the discussions

with the Nagar Parishad officials, as per 2011, there are 20% of households with no latrine facilities
(Open defecation).

Solid Waste Management

AspertheNagarParishadofficials,approximately

3.7

tons

of

waste

iscollectedperdaywhichindicatesacollectionperformanceof 70 percent. Door-to-door collection is not


practiced in the town. Landfill site is proposed outside the municipal limits, which is located in Udana
Village

(towards

Jabalpur)

and

at

distances

of

kmawayfromthecitycore.Thetotalextentoftheproposedsiteisabout2.0hectare.

Storm Water Drains

The total length of tertiary drains as per available data is 8.5 km. Out of this, pucca drains length is
4.5 km and remaining 4 km length is kutcha in nature. The total drain length accounts to 38 per cent
of total road length. There are two water bodies existing in the city, comprising of about 7.5 hectares
in its area.

Traffic & Transportation

Pataniswellaccessedbyroad.The
townisconnectedwiththeregionthroughSH37A,whichconnectsthetowntoJabalpurandDamohandSH22A,w
hichconnectsthetowntoShahpuraandKatangi.The total road length in Patan is 22.0 km out of which
19.5 km is maintained by the Nagar Parishad and remaining 2.5 km by the PWD. Around 47 percent
of the total roads are laid by cement concrete. The share of WBM roads is 30 per cent and remaining
12 per cent are earthen roads.
Theeffectivecarriagewidthofthestatehighwayisaffectedinthecentralpartofthetownduetotheactivitiesrelat
edtotheinformalsectoractivitiesanddispersedpedestrianmovement.TheSHhaspulledthephysicaldevelopm
enttowardstheeastern&westerndirection,whichispredominantlyribbondevelopment.

Street Lighting

In patan there are about 385 street lights with different types of electrical fixtures.
Theaveragespacingofstreetlightpolesrangesbetween55mto60m,asagainstthenormof30mindicatinggross
inadequacyofthesystem.

Urban Poor

As per the discussions with the Nagar Parishad - Patan, the slum population in the town stands at
2,731, which accounts to 17 per cent of the total population and total slum households are 546,
which accounts to 20.0 per cent of total households. A total of 8708 persons in Patan have been
identified as those living Below Poverty Line (BPL). This would mean that more than 57 per cent of
total population in the town is living Below Poverty Line. Available data reflects that a majority of
slum dwellers in Patan are living Below Poverty line.

Social Infrastructure Facilities

The town has one government hospital and three clinics are providing health services. There are 7
primary schools in the town. In addition to the primary schools, there are 3 other schools that are
catering to the needs of secondary education and senior secondary education. The town does not
have any land earmarked for Socio-cultural activities except a community hall.
Weeklymarket(Melaground)islocatedinward13,wherethetotalno.ofshopsisabout100and1000peoplevisitonthatday.Lackofparking

space

atMelagroundisleadingtothecongestionintheareatherebyobstructingthepedestrianandtrafficmovement.
There are 2 burial grounds in the town, which are primarily serving the needs of Hindu and Muslim
religions.
IV. Documentation of Consultative Workshops

Kick-off Workshop

In the initial (Kick-off Meeting) stage, Project Consultants, M/s


aarvee associates architects engineers and consultants pvt ltd.,
team comprising of Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Mr. B.NeelaKantamRaju,
Mr. Raghuram, Ms. Sukeerthi and Mr. Ravi Teja visited Jabalpur
on 21st Nov, 2011 and held discussions with Dy. Director, Urban
Development Department at Jabalpur divisional office. On behalf
of the Divisional Commissioner, Jabalpur, Dy. Director, Urban
Development Department, Jabalpur Division chaired the start-up meeting and addressed the
Presidents and CMOs of all 7 project towns.
Further,consultantsteamvisitedthePatantownon25/11/2011andconductedaonedaykick-

offmeetingatNagarParishadOffice.ThePresident,ChiefMunicipalOfficer(CMO),ULBOfficialsandother
WardParishadswerepresentintheworkshop.Consultantsbriefedabouttheprojectobjectivesandimportance
tothestakeholders.

2nd Stage Workshop at state & ULB level

In the 2nd Workshop stage, M/s aarvee associates


architects engineers and consultants pvt ltd representatives,
Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Mr. Raghuram and Mr. Vishwanath,
Urban and environmental planner, visitd Jabalpur on 13th
April, 2012 and held initial discussions with Director, Urban
Development Department at Jabalpur Divisional Office.
ShriGulshanBamra, Collector, Jabalpur District

has

reviewed the progress of the CDP work and Chaired the meeting, addressed the CMOs and
representatives of all 7 project towns. Detailed deliberations were made with Shri.Rajeev
Nigam,Dy. Director,urban development. He emphasized on;

1. Provision of Water Supply, Sanitation and Solid


Waste Management,
2. Relocation of slums
3. Imparting training on folk art and folk culture to
the slum dwellers
4. Inculcate Social Awareness
5. Provision of a buffer zone (Urban Forest) along the
river bed

The 2nd stage town level workshop was organized by


Aarvee associates Pvt. Ltd with the co-operation of
Chief Municipal Officer (CMO) Patan and active
participation of Municipal staff. The information on
conducting the workshop was passed onto Nagar
Parishad well in advance so as to involve as many as
identified stakeholders to participate in the workshop.
Workshop on CDP was held at Patan Nagar Parishad on 21st of April 2012. The purpose of the
workshop was to involve stakeholders and facilitate in the discussions, record the Comments & obtain
suggestions so as to incorporate them into the plan preparation of CDP.

Summary of workshops
On the whole, there was very good response from all the stakeholders and the major proposals for
the development of Patan Town are expressed below:

Provision of potable drinking water

Improve and increase the capacity of Water Treatment Plant

Provide better Drainage Network/DEWATS system.

Provision of root-zone treatment method to recycle the waste water

Provide better public transportation system

Provision of By-pass road

Provision of Bus stand/bus shelters along the proposed by-pass

Improvements to the Solid Waste Management practices like implementation of Doorto-door collection system.

Provision of recreational facilities like parks, playgrounds, community halls.

Provision of women and child healthcare facilities.

Provision of Diploma/ITI institutions for better employment oppurtunities to youth.

Provision of agro-based industries like warehouses and cold storages.

Provision of basic services with Inclusive Planning.

3rd Stage Workshop at ULB level

The 3rd stage/final town level workshop was organized by Aarvee


associates Pvt. Ltd with due consultations with Chief Municipal
Officer (CMO) Patan and active participation of Municipal staff. The
information on conducting the workshop was passed onto Nagar
Parishad well in advance so as to involve as many as identified
stakeholders to participate in the workshop. Workshop on CDP was
held at Patan Nagar Parishad on 2nd of January 2013. The purpose
of the workshop was to deliberate on the City Investment Plan and Financial Operation Plan. Total
investment for the Patan town is estimated to the tune of about Rs. 42.12 crores by the end of the
plan period 2035. All the major proposals are incorporated as suggested in the earlier workshop held
at Patan town. The stakeholders have readily accepted the investment plan as well financial operation
plan and have expressed their willingness to pay the taxes as per the Financial Operating Plan.
The sizable investment (35% of the total investment) is
worked out for traffic and transportation sector proposals
followed by urban poor sector. As of now water supply
system is quite sufficient in the town and needs the
improvement of pipeline system at un-served areas.
Provision of bus stand, bus shelters, bye-pass road,
additional dust bins & vehicles and landfill site area and
other social infrastructure facilities like parks, play
grounds and community halls are covered in the
investment plan.

V. Vision Statement

To develop Patan Town as an important urban center by


improving the economic activities with infrastructure and
better Quality of Life.

VI. Investment Plan


The summery of Sector wise Investment Required for Implementation of Proposed Projects are as
follows;
Sector wise Summery of
Investments

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

2012-2015

2015-2025

2025-2035

853.77

672.27

90.75

90.75

80.52

23.505

38.01

19.005

58.56

58.56

108.42

85.44

18.65

4.33

419.25

178.25

164.00

77.00

1515.00

204.50

648.00

662.50

182.55

84.18

33.03

65.34

105.00

65.00

33.75

6.25

20.00

10.00

10.00

10

10

859.00

203.80

245.70

409.50

4212.07

1595.50

1281.89

1334.67

Total Amount
(lakhs)

Water Supply (WS)


Sewerage
Sanitation
Solid Waste Management
(SWM)
Storm Water Drains (SWD)
Traffic & Transportation
(TT)
Street Lighting (SL)
Social Infrastructure (SI)
Environment
Urban Governance
Urban Poor (UP)
Grand Total

VII. Urban Reforms


S.N
o

Mandatory Reforms

Reforms
Status at ULB

Adoption of the modern


accrual-based double entry
system of accounting in ULBs
and Parastatal agencies

Yet to be
Implemented

Introduction of a system of Egovernance


using
IT
applications such as GIS & MIS
etc.

Yet to be
Initiated

Reform of Property Tax with


GIS applications

Yet to be
Initiated

Remarks
System was not implemented due
to lack of awareness, professional
manpower
and
software
procurement/equipment. Keen to
adopt the system.
System was not implemented due
to lack of funds, except few
stand-alone desktop machines
being
used
for
accounting
purpose. Keen to adopt the
system with additional funds
availability.
GIS Mapping for utilities need to
be done for effective collection.

Levy of reasonable User


Charges by ULBs with the
objective that the full cost of
O&M is collected within the
next 5 years.

Partially
achieved,
except water
and
consolidated
taxes

Collecting water tariff from


household level and collection
efficiency is about 60%. UGD
taxes are nil due to absence of
system and street lighting tax is
minimal.

Target
October,
2013

March,
2014

July,
2013
2016-17
(UGD
system
may not
be
considere
d due to
proposal
of
DEWATS)

S.N
o

Reforms
Status at ULB

Mandatory Reforms

Internal earmarking within


local body budget for basic
services to urban poor.

Yet to be
Considered

Provision of basic services to


Urban Poor including security
of tenure at affordable prices,
improving
housing
and
infrastructure facilities

Partially
Initiated

S.N
o

Reforms Status
at ULB

Optional Reforms

Remarks
As of now, ULB is not able to
spend any amount for urban poor
sector. Specific allocations have
not been made in the budget for
urban poor.

Target

ULB has issued few "Pattas" to


slum dwellers in the past years

20132014

Remarks

Revision of bye-laws to
streamline
the
approval
process for construction of
buildings, development of site
etc

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Conversion of land from


agriculture to non-agriculture

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Introduction of property title


certification system in ULB

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

20-25% of land earmarking


for EWS & LIG category with
a
system
of
cross
subsidization

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Revision of byelaws to make


rainwater
harvesting
mandatory in all buildings

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Bye-laws
for
recycled water

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Encouraging PPP models

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

re-use

of

20142015

Target

These
Reforms
are
targeted
for
implement
ation
simultane
ously with
the
implement
ation of
Mandatory
reforms

Doc: Final Report for Patan Nagar Parishad

Date: 19-12-2013
Page: Page 1 of 95

TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...8
CHAPTER 1: PROJECT INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................... 15
1.1 Project Award and Introduction of Client ........................................................................... 15
1.2 Project Brief, Scope & Objectives ......................................................................................... 16
1.3 Methodology ......................................................................................................................... 16
1.4 Structure of the Report ........................................................................................................ 20
CHAPTER 2: PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE TOWN ....................................................................... 21
2.1 GENERAL CITY PROFILE ........................................................................................................ 21
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.7

Historical Importance .............................................................................................................. 21


Jabalpur District Profile ........................................................................................................... 21
Location and connectivity ....................................................................................................... 22
Climate & Rainfall .................................................................................................................. 22
Topography and Geology ........................................................................................................ 22
Wind Direction ....................................................................................................................... 22
Base Map ............................................................................................................................... 23

CHAPTER 3: DEMOGRAPHIC & SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE ....................................................... 24


3.1 Demography ........................................................................................................................... 24
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6

Population Growth Trend .......................................................................................................... 24


Population Projections............................................................................................................... 24
Population Density .................................................................................................................... 25
Average household Size ............................................................................................................ 25
Other Demographic Indicators ................................................................................................. 25
Issues ...................................................................................................................................... 25

3.2: SOCIO ECONOMIC PROFILE ................................................................................................. 26


3.2.1 Sex Ratio .............................................................................................................................. 26
3.2.2 Literacy Rate ......................................................................................................................... 26
3.2.3 Work Participation Ratio (WPR) ............................................................................................... 26
3.2.4 Occupation Structure ................................................................................................................ 27
3.2.5 Industries/trade and commerce ................................................................................................. 27
CHAPTER 4: PHYSICAL PLANNING AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT .............................................. 28
4.1 Spatial Growth Trends ........................................................................................................... 28
4.2 Spatial Distribution of Population .......................................................................................... 28
4.3 Land use ................................................................................................................................. 28
4.4 Master plan Provision............................................................................................................. 29
4.5 Housing .................................................................................................................................. 29
4.6 Housing in Patan .................................................................................................................... 30
4.7 Housing demand for the year 2035 ....................................................................................... 30

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CHAPTER 5: TOWN INFRASTRUCTURE ........................................................................................ 31


5.1 Water Supply .......................................................................................................................... 31
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.1.8
5.1.9
5.1.10
5.1.11
5.1.12
5.1.13

Quality and Quantity of Water at Source ............................................................................... 31


Quality and Quantity of Water in distribution System ............................................................. 32
Water Distribution Arrangement ............................................................................................. 32
Internal Distribution Networks ............................................................................................... 32
Coverage & Supply ................................................................................................................ 33
Institutional Set-up ............................................................................................................... 34
Operation & Maintenance (O&M)............................................................................................ 35
Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps......................................................................... 35
Water Supply Project ............................................................................................................. 36
Comparative Analysis (Service Levels) ................................................................................ 36
SWOT Analysis .................................................................................................................. 36
Key Issues ........................................................................................................................ 36
City specific Strategies and Action Plans ............................................................................. 37

5.2 Sewerage System ................................................................................................................. 38


5.2.1
5.2.2

Existing Sewerage System ..................................................................................................... 38


Household Latrines ............................................................................................................. 38

5.3 Existing Sanitation System .................................................................................................... 39


5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.3.7

Public Toilets ........................................................................................................................ 39


Present, Future Demand and Supply Gaps .............................................................................. 39
Sanitation Projects ................................................................................................................ 39
Comparative Analysis with the UDPFI, CPHEEO Guidelines ....................................................... 39
SWOT Analysis ...................................................................................................................... 40
Key Issues ............................................................................................................................ 40
City specific Strategies and Action Plans ................................................................................. 40

5.4 Solid Waste Management ...................................................................................................... 41


5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
5.4.8
5.4.9
5.4.10
5.4.11
5.4.12
5.4.13

Quantity of Waste Generated ................................................................................................. 41


Constituents of Municipal Waste ............................................................................................. 42
Current practices of Solid Waste Management ........................................................................ 42
Segregation & Storage of Solid Waste .................................................................................... 42
Primary and Secondary Collection .......................................................................................... 42
Processing & Disposal of Waste ............................................................................................. 42
Vehicles for Solid Waste collection and Transportation ............................................................. 43
Institutional Set-up ............................................................................................................... 43
Estimation of Waste Collection ............................................................................................... 43
Comparative Analysis with Guidelines ................................................................................. 44
SWOT Analysis .................................................................................................................. 44
Key Issues ........................................................................................................................ 44
City specific Strategies and Action Plans ............................................................................. 44

5.5 Drainage System .................................................................................................................. 45


5.5.1 Existing Drainage System .......................................................................................................... 45
5.5.2 Tertiary Drains ......................................................................................................................... 45
5.5.3 Flood-prone Areas or Environmentally Sensitive Areas ................................................................ 46
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5.5.4 Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps ........................................................................... 46


5.5.5 SWOT Analysis ......................................................................................................................... 47
5.5.6 City specific Strategies and Action Plan ...................................................................................... 47
5.6 Traffic & Transport ................................................................................................................. 48
5.6.1 Existing Traffic & Transportation Scenario .................................................................................. 48
5.6.2 Travel Characteristics ............................................................................................................ 49
5.6.3 Intermediate Public Transport System .................................................................................... 50
5.6.4 Parking Assessment .............................................................................................................. 50
5.6.5 SWOT Analysis ...................................................................................................................... 50
5.6.6 Service Adequacy and Key Issues........................................................................................... 50
5.6.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plan ................................................................................... 51
5.7 Street lighting & fire fighting ............................................................................................... 52
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.7.5

Existing Situation of Street Lights .......................................................................................... 52


Fire Services ......................................................................................................................... 52
Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps......................................................................... 52
SWOT Analysis ...................................................................................................................... 52
City specific Strategies and Action Plan ................................................................................... 53

5.8 Urban Poor and Their Accessibility to Basic Services ........................................................... 53


5.8.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 53
5.8.2 Poverty in the Town .............................................................................................................. 53
5.8.3 Information pertaining to BPL Population and Slum Population ................................................ 54
5.8.4 Present and Future Housing Demand ..................................................................................... 55
5.8.5 SWOT Analysis ...................................................................................................................... 55
5.8.6 Issues .................................................................................................................................. 55
5.8.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plans ................................................................................. 55
5.9 Social infrastructure ............................................................................................................. 56
5.9.1 Educational Facilities ............................................................................................................... 56
5.9.2 Health Facilities ..................................................................................................................... 56
5.9.3 Socio-Cultural Facilities .......................................................................................................... 57
5.9.4 Recreation/ Leisure/ Parks and Play Grounds .......................................................................... 57
5.9.5 Markets ................................................................................................................................ 57
5.9.6 Crematoria & Burial Grounds.................................................................................................. 57
5.9.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plans ................................................................................. 58
CHAPTER 6

INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK ............................................................................ 59

CHAPTER 7 MUNICIPAL FINANCE ................................................................................................ 61


7. Present Scenario ...................................................................................................................... 61
7.1 Revenue and Capital Accounts: ............................................................................................. 61
7.1.1 Financial status: .................................................................................................................. 61
7.1.2 Composition of own revenue and expenditure: .................................................................. 62

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CHAPTER 8 CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN (CIP) & FINANCIAL OPERATING PLAN (FOP) ............ 63
8.1 City Investment Plan - Introduction ...................................................................................... 63
8.1.1 Water Supply System (WS) ....................................................................................................... 63
8.1.2 Sewerage ................................................................................................................................. 64
8.1.3 Storm Water Drains (SWD) ....................................................................................................... 65
8.1.4 Solid Waste Management (SWM) ............................................................................................... 65
8.1.5 Sanitation ................................................................................................................................ 66
8.1.6 Traffic & Transportation (T&T) .................................................................................................. 67
8.1.7 Electricity and Street Lighting .................................................................................................... 68
8.1.8 Urban Poor ............................................................................................................................... 69
8.1.9 Environmentally Sensitive Areas ................................................................................................ 69
8.1.10 Urban Governance .................................................................................................................. 69
8.1.11 Social Infrastructure................................................................................................................ 70
8.2 FINANCIAL OPERATING PLAN (FOP) - Introduction: ............................................................ 71
8.2.1 Objective and Methodology: ...................................................................................................... 71
8.2.2 Assumptions and Reforms ......................................................................................................... 72
8.2.2.2 Municipal Taxes: .................................................................................................................... 72
8.2.2.3 Non-Tax Sources ................................................................................................................... 74
8.2.2.4 New O&M Cost ...................................................................................................................... 74
CHAPTER 9: URBAN REFORMS ..................................................................................................... 78
CHAPTER 10: SUMMARY OF WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS ........................................................... 80
10.1 Purpose and Importance of the workshop .......................................................................... 80
10.2 Stakeholder Identification ................................................................................................... 80
10.3 Preparation of handouts and questionnaires ...................................................................... 81
10.4 District level Workshop/Meeting at District Head Quarters (Jabalpur). ............................. 81
10.5 Extended Discussion with Deputy Director ......................................................................... 82
10.6 Town level Workshop/Meeting at Town Level: ................................................................... 82
10.6.1
10.6.2
10.6.3
10.6.4
10.6.5

Preparation for the workshop .................................................................................................. 82


Presentation on Town profile and discussion with participants ................................................... 83
Summary of the Sector Analysis............................................................................................... 83
Workshop Summary ................................................................................................................ 84
Photographs taken during the workshop .................................................................................. 86

CHAPTER 11: CITY VISION .......................................................................................................... 87


11.1 Public Opinion on Existing Infrastructure Facilities and Services in Patan ......................... 87
11.2 Public opinion on prioritizing the proposed list of developments ....................................... 88
11.3 Planning, developing and managing urban growth in Municipal area ................................ 89
11.4 Sectoral strategy framework ............................................................................................... 89
11.5 Conclusion: Brief strategies, actions and projects for the city ............................................ 91

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2.1 : DETAILS OF URBAN SETTLEMENTS IN JABALPUR DISTRICT-2011 ........................................ 22


3.1: DECADAL GROWTH RATE OF THE TOWN .............................................................................. 24
3.2: POPULATION PROJECTION OF THE TOWN .......................................................................... 24
3.3: AREA, POPULATION & GROWTH RATE.................................................................................. 25
3.4: CATEGORY WISE WORK FORCE ........................................................................................... 26
3.5: OCUPATION STRUCTURE ..................................................................................................... 27
4.1: WARD-WISE DETAILS OF THE TOWN ................................................................................... 28
4.2: UDPFI STANDARDS FOR LAND USE ..................................................................................... 28
4.3: LAND USE BREAKUP ........................................................................................................... 29
4.4: DETAILS OF HOUSES, HOUSEHOLDS AND HOUSEHOLDS SIZE OF BARELA ............................. 30
4.5: HOUSING DEMAND FOR THE YEAR 2035 .............................................................................. 30
5.1: DETAILS OF WATER SOURCE & SYSTEM .............................................................................. 31
5.2: DETAILS OF ELSR IN BARELA .............................................................................................. 32
5.3: DETAILS OF THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM............................................................................ 32
5.4: DETAILS OF WATER SUPPLY CONNECTION IN BARELA TOWN .............................................. 33
5.5 : DETAILS OF WATER CONNECTIONS IN BARELA ................................................................... 33
5.6 : DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY DETAILS IN BARELA 2011 ....................................................... 34
5.7: DETAILS OF WATER CHARGES IN BARELA 2011 ................................................................ 35
5.8: WATER DEMAND ASSESSMENT 2035 ................................................................................ 35
5.9: SERVICE LEVELS IN BARELA ............................................................................................... 36
5.10 : DETAILS INDICATING THE EXISTING SANITATION FACILITIES .......................................... 39
5.11 : DETAILS HOUSEHOLD LEVEL SANITATION FACILITIES ...................................................... 39
5.12 : DETAILS OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE FACILITY .................................................................... 40
5.13 : DEMAND ASSESSMENT 2035 .......................................................................................... 40
5.14 : SERVICE LEVELS IN BARELA ............................................................................................. 40
5.15 : SOLID WASTE DETAILS IN BARELA 2011 ........................................................................ 42
5.16 : SOLID WASTE TRANSPORT AND DISPOSAL ARRANGEMENTS ............................................. 44
5.17 : STAFF FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BARELA ......................................................... 44
5.18 : DETAILS OF CURRENT SERVICE LEVELS ............................................................................ 45
5.19 : DETAILS INDICATING THE EXISTING DRAINAGE CONNECTIONS ........................................ 47
5.20 : DETAILS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVE AREAS .............................................................. 47
5.21 : DEMAND AND SUPPLY GAPS FOR SWD SYSTEM ................................................................. 47
5.22 : ROAD SURFACE DETAILS .................................................................................................. 49
5.23 : DETAILS OF STREET LIGHTING IN BARELA ........................................................................ 53
5.24 : WARD WISE BPL & SLUM DETAILS .................................................................................... 55
5.25 : SLUM MATRIX WITH REFERENCE TO INFRASTRUCTURE COVERED ..................................... 55
5.26 : DETAILS OF THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN BARELA ............................................... 57
5.27 : DETAILS OF MEDICAL FACILITIES IN BARELA .................................................................... 57
5.28 : DETAILS OF FUTURE DEMAND FOR THE MEDICAL FACILITIES ........................................... 58
5.29 : DETAILS OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES ........................................................................... 59
8.1: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR WATER SUPPLY SECTOR ................................................ 64
8.2: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SEWERAGE SECTOR ...................................................... 65
8.3: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR STORM WATER DRAINS SECTOR.................................... 66
8.4: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SECTOR ........................... 66
8.5 : INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SANITATION SECTOR .................................................... 67
8.6 : INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION ....................................... 68
8.7: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR STREET LIGHTING ........................................................ 69
8.8: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR URBAN POOR ................................................................ 70
8.9: INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE AREAS .......................... 70
8.10 : INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES ......................... 71
8.11 : SUMMARY OF PROPOSED INVESTMENTS ........................................................................... 71
10.1 : SUMMARY/FINDINGS OF THE SECTOR WISE ANALYSIS AND TOWN PROFILE OF BARELA .... 84

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TABLE 11.1 : SHOWS THE PRIORITIZATION FOR VARIOUS DEVELOPMENTS. .......................................... 89

List of Maps
MAP 1.1

Base map

MAP 2.1

Density map

MAP 4.1

Landuse map

MAP 4.2

Future growth map

MAP 5.1

Existing water supply system of Patan

MAP 5.2

Existing solid waste disposal location map

MAP 5.3

Drainage network Map

MAP 5.4

Environmental Sensitive Areas

MAP 5.5

Road network in Patan

MAP 5.6

Location of Slums

List of Annexures
ANNEXURE - I

FOP

ANNEXURE - II

Proposed Landuse Map

ANNEXURE - III

Proposed Water Supply Network Map

ANNEXURE - IV

Proposed Sewerage System Map(DEWATS)

ANNEXURE V

Proposed Solid waste Disposal Map

ANNEXURE VI

Proposed Road Network Map

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Executive Summary
I. Overview
The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) is an ambitious programme of the
Government of India to bring about improvements in the existing urban service levels and urban
infrastructure in a financially sustainable manner. The primary objective of the programme is to create
economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive cities. The projects that qualify under this
scheme include sub-sectors of water supply, sewerage and sanitation, drainage, solid waste management,
traffic and transportation facilities, housing infrastructure and basic services for urban poor. Further, special
projects including urban transit systems, urban expressways, sea-links and other sectors of similar nature
would also be covered under this scheme. In order to access funds through the mission, the state
government and the cities seeking assistance require to sign-up to a set of reforms covering various areas of
urban management and good governance.
The City Development Plan (CDP) shall provide a comprehensive long term strategy (Vision 2035) as well as
a City Investment Plan (CIP), based on which the concerned ULB's can approach and be eligible to the
funding under GoI /GoMP schemes along with their own and other sources of finances based on priority
actions and projects identified in the CDP. The document shall also provide Financial Operating Plan (FOP) to
direct the ULBs for mobilizing various financial resources to implement the identified priority projects. The
scope of the services include all necessary steps formulated in JnNURM Toolkit 2, that would help to prepare
the CDP, such as Data Collection & Field Visits, Municipal Staff & all Stakeholders consultative meetings,
Sector Analysis, organizing necessary workshops for the successful completion of the CDP. The specific
objectives of the project are as follows;

CDP would scale up existing urban development and poverty alleviation schemes within a
comprehensive and coherent strategic planning framework, in order to ensure optimal benefit from
available resources to the citizens of the ULBs.

CDP would aim to catalyze new thinking and provoke debate through a consultative stakeholder
driven process. The vision and strategic thrusts of the CDP would be built around the lessons and
findings of a comprehensive and rigorous stakeholder consultation and documentation process.

It is expected that the CDP would serve the purpose and meet the requirements of UIDSSMT and
IHSDP programmes as well as JnNURM and other development schemes.

The CDP will generate specific priority actions and projects that can be the basis, for mobilizing
funds from diversified sources.

Government of Madhya Pradesh has taken up a huge task of preparation of CDPs for 293 towns and the
consultancy of preparation of reports has been awarded to various consultants and the Patan is one of the
towns out of the 7 towns assigned to Aarvee Associates.
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II. Town Profile


The name of Patan is derived from the Sanskrit name Pattanam, which means city. Patan town is a Tehsil
head quarter in Patan Tehsil of Jabalpur district in Madhya Pradesh State. Patan is one of the important
green pea cultivation areas of Madhya Pradesh. Patan geographically lies between 230 15' north latitude and
790 40' east Longitude, at an altitude of 652 meters (2139 feet) above mean sea level and is nearly 33 Km
from Jabalpur and around 285 Kms from the state Headquarter Bhopal. The city is well connected with
Road. State Highway connecting Damoha Jabalpur 37A is passing through the city. The nearest railway
station is Jabalpur, which is also a Zonal head quarter of Central West Railways. The town is constituted in
the year 1981, with an area of 13.06 sq. kms and comprising of 15 municipal wards.
The physical development is extending towards Jabalpur and Shahpura towns, which is predominantly linear
development in nature. Thus, pockets of agricultural lands are still available for development within the
municipal limits. In the other part of the town, physical development is observed on South-West direction.
The urban form of the town is predominantly guided by the State Highway 37A and Singrauli Road. The
overall development resembles nucleated development. As per Census of India, 2011 (provisional figures)
the total population of Patan Nagar Parishad is about 14,624 and the no.of households are 2910. The total
extent of the town is 1306 Ha.
III. Infrastructure Assessment

Water Supply

Patan is predominantly dependent on ground water source for water supply. Presently, water is drawn from
a depth of 60 80 feet. Direct pumping is in practice for storage and distribution of water supply. As per the
assessment made by the officials at Nagar Parishad of Patan, there are 15 tube wells present in the town.
Out of these, 2 tube wells are directly connected to ELSRs and remaining 13 are connected to distribution
network.

Water is supplied through tankers to the areas where water supply is scarce and areas not

covered with distribution network. Currently the demand for water in Patan is approximately 1.46 MLD. The
present per capita water supply is 100 LPCD.

Sewerage

Patan lacks adequate sanitary facilities. Two out of ten houses have no latrine facilities indicating presence
of open defecation in the town. As per the sanitation surveys conducted during 2008, about 70 per cent
households have access to improved sanitation within household and remaining 30 per cent households lack
these facilities. As per the discussions with the Nagar Parishad officials, as per 2011, there are 20% of
households with no latrine facilities (Open defecation).

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Solid Waste Management

As per the Nagar Parishad officials, approximately 3.7 tons of waste is collected per day which indicates a
collection performance of 70 per cent. Door-to-door collection is not practiced in the town. Landfill site is
proposed outside the municipal limits, which is located in Udana Village (towards Jabalpur) and at a
distances of 4 km away from the city core. The total extent of the proposed site is about 2.0 hectare.

Storm Water Drains

The total length of tertiary drains as per available data is 8.5 km. Out of this, pucca drains length is 4.5 km
and remaining 4 km length is kutcha in nature. The total drain length accounts to 38 per cent of total road
length. There are two water bodies existing in the city, comprising of about 7.5 hectares in its area.

Traffic & Transportation

Patan is well accessed by road. The town is connected with the region through SH 37A, which connects the
town to Jabalpur and Damoh and SH 22A, which connects the town to Shahpura and Katangi. The total road
length in Patan is 22.0 km out of which 19.5 km is maintained by the Nagar Parishad and remaining 2.5 km
by the PWD. Around 47 percent of the total roads are laid by cement concrete. The share of WBM roads is
30 per cent and remaining 12 per cent are earthen roads.
The effective carriage width of the state highway is affected in the central part of the town due to the
activities related to the informal sector activities and dispersed pedestrian movement. The SH has pulled the
physical development towards the eastern & western direction, which is predominantly ribbon development.

Street Lighting

In patan there are about 385 street lights with different types of electrical fixtures. The average spacing of
street light poles ranges between 55 m to 60 m, as against the norm of 30 m indicating gross inadequacy of
the system.

Urban Poor

As per the discussions with the Nagar Parishad - Patan, the slum population in the town stands at 2,731,
which accounts to 17 per cent of the total population and total slum households are 546, which accounts to
20.0 per cent of total households. A total of 8708 persons in Patan have been identified as those living
Below Poverty Line (BPL). This would mean that more than 57 per cent of total population in the town is
living Below Poverty Line. Available data reflects that a majority of slum dwellers in Patan are living Below
Poverty line.

Social Infrastructure Facilities

The town has one government hospital and three clinics are providing health services. There are 7 primary
schools in the town. In addition to the primary schools, there are 3 other schools that are catering to the

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needs of secondary education and senior secondary education. The town does not have any land earmarked
for Socio-cultural activities except a community hall.
Weekly market (Mela ground) is located in ward-13, where the total no. of shops is about 100 and 1000
people visit on that day. Lack of parking space at Mela ground is leading to the congestion in the area
thereby obstructing the pedestrian and traffic movement. There are 2 burial grounds in the town, which are
primarily serving the needs of Hindu and Muslim religions.
IV. Documentation of Consultative Workshops

Kick-off Workshop

In the initial (Kick-off Meeting) stage, Project Consultants, M/s


aarvee associates architects engineers and consultants pvt ltd.,
team comprising of Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Mr. B.NeelaKantam Raju,
Mr. Raghuram, Ms. Sukeerthi and Mr. Ravi Teja visited Jabalpur on
21st Nov, 2011 and held discussions with Dy. Director, Urban
Development Department at Jabalpur divisional office. On behalf
of the Divisional Commissioner, Jabalpur, Dy. Director, Urban
Development Department, Jabalpur Division chaired the start-up meeting and addressed the Presidents and
CMOs of all 7 project towns.
Further, consultants team visited the Patan town on 25/11/2011 and conducted a one day kick-off
meeting at Nagar Parishad Office. The President, Chief Municipal Officer (CMO), ULB Officials and other
Ward Parishads were present in the workshop. Consultants briefed about the project objectives and
importance to the stakeholders.

2nd Stage Workshop at state & ULB level

In the 2nd Workshop stage, M/s aarvee associates architects engineers and consultants pvt ltd
representatives, Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Mr. Raghuram and Mr. Vishwanath, Urban and environmental planner,
visitd Jabalpur on 13th April, 2012 and held initial discussions with Director, Urban Development Department
at Jabalpur Divisional Office. Shri Gulshan Bamra, Collector,
Jabalpur District has reviewed the progress of the CDP work and
Chaired the meeting, addressed the CMOs and representatives
of all 7 project towns. Detailed deliberations were made with
Shri. Rajeev Nigam, Dy. Director, urban development. He
emphasized on;

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Provision of Water Supply, Sanitation and Solid Waste


Management,

Relocation of slums

Imparting training on folk art and folk culture to the


slum dwellers

Inculcate Social Awareness

Provision of a buffer zone (Urban Forest) along the river bed

The 2nd stage town level workshop was organized by Aarvee


associates Pvt. Ltd with the co-operation of Chief Municipal
Officer (CMO) Patan and active participation of Municipal
staff. The information on conducting the workshop was
passed onto Nagar Parishad well in advance so as to involve
as many as identified stakeholders to participate in the
workshop. Workshop on CDP was held at Patan Nagar
Parishad on 21st of April 2012. The purpose of the workshop was to involve stakeholders and facilitate in
the discussions, record the Comments & obtain suggestions so as to incorporate them into the plan
preparation of CDP.

Summary of workshops
On the whole, there was very good response from all the stakeholders and the major proposals for the
development of Patan Town are expressed below:

Provision of potable drinking water

Improve and increase the capacity of Water Treatment Plant

Provide better Drainage Network/DEWATS system.

Provision of root-zone treatment method to recycle the waste water

Provide better public transportation system

Provision of By-pass road

Provision of Bus stand/bus shelters along the proposed by-pass

Improvements to the Solid Waste Management practices like implementation of Door-todoor collection system.

Provision of recreational facilities like parks, playgrounds, community halls.

Provision of women and child healthcare facilities.

Provision of Diploma/ITI institutions for better employment oppurtunities to youth.

Provision of agro-based industries like warehouses and cold storages.

Provision of basic services with Inclusive Planning.

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3rd Stage Workshop at ULB level

The 3rd stage/final town level workshop was organized by Aarvee


associates Pvt. Ltd with due consultations with Chief Municipal
Officer (CMO) Patan and active participation of Municipal staff. The
information on conducting the workshop was passed onto Nagar
Parishad well in advance so as to involve as many as identified
stakeholders to participate in the workshop. Workshop on CDP was
held at Patan Nagar Parishad on 2nd of January 2013. The purpose
of the workshop was to deliberate on the City Investment Plan and Financial Operation Plan. Total
investment for the Patan town is estimated to the tune of about Rs. 42.12 crores by the end of the plan
period 2035. All the major proposals are incorporated as suggested in the earlier workshop held at Patan
town. The stakeholders have readily accepted the investment plan as well financial operation plan and have
expressed their willingness to pay the taxes as per the Financial Operating Plan.
The sizable investment (35% of the total investment) is worked
out for traffic and transportation sector proposals followed by
urban poor sector. As of now water supply system is quite
sufficient in the town and needs the improvement of pipeline
system at un-served areas. Provision of bus stand, bus shelters,
bye-pass road, additional dust bins & vehicles and landfill site
area and other social infrastructure facilities like parks, play
grounds and community halls are covered in the investment
plan.

V. Vision Statement

To develop Patan Town as an important urban center by improving


the economic activities with infrastructure and
better Quality of Life.

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VI. Investment Plan


The summery of Sector wise Investment Required for Implementation of Proposed Projects are as follows;
Sector wise Summery of
Investments

Water Supply (WS)


Sewerage
Sanitation
Solid Waste Management
(SWM)
Storm Water Drains (SWD)
Traffic & Transportation
(TT)
Street Lighting (SL)
Social Infrastructure (SI)
Environment
Urban Governance
Urban Poor (UP)
Grand Total

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

2012-2015

2015-2025

2025-2035

853.77

672.27

90.75

90.75

80.52

23.505

38.01

19.005

58.56

58.56

108.42

85.44

18.65

4.33

419.25

178.25

164.00

77.00

1515.00

204.50

648.00

662.50

182.55

84.18

33.03

65.34

105.00

65.00

33.75

6.25

20.00

10.00

10.00

10

10

859.00

203.80

245.70

409.50

4212.07

1595.50

1281.89

1334.67

Total Amount
(lakhs)

VII. Urban Reforms


S.N
o

Mandatory Reforms

Reforms
Status at ULB

Adoption of the modern


accrual-based double entry
system of accounting in ULBs
and Parastatal agencies

Yet to be
Implemented

Introduction of a system of Egovernance


using
IT
applications such as GIS & MIS
etc.

Yet to be
Initiated

Reform of Property Tax with


GIS applications

Yet to be
Initiated

Remarks
System was not implemented due
to lack of awareness, professional
manpower
and
software
procurement/equipment. Keen to
adopt the system.
System was not implemented due
to lack of funds, except few
stand-alone desktop machines
being
used
for
accounting
purpose. Keen to adopt the
system with additional funds
availability.
GIS Mapping for utilities need to
be done for effective collection.

Levy of reasonable User


Charges by ULBs with the
objective that the full cost of
O&M is collected within the
next 5 years.

Partially
achieved,
except water
and
consolidated
taxes

Collecting water tariff from


household level and collection
efficiency is about 60%. UGD
taxes are nil due to absence of
system and street lighting tax is
minimal.

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Target
October,
2013

March,
2014

July,
2013
2016-17
(UGD
system
may not
be
considere
d due to
proposal
of

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o

Reforms
Status at ULB

Mandatory Reforms

Internal earmarking within


local body budget for basic
services to urban poor.

Provision of basic services to


Urban Poor including security
of tenure at affordable prices,
improving
housing
and
infrastructure facilities

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o

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Remarks

Yet to be
Considered

20142015

Partially
Initiated

ULB has issued few "Pattas" to


slum dwellers in the past years

20132014

Remarks

Revision of bye-laws to
streamline
the
approval
process for construction of
buildings, development of site
etc

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Conversion of land from


agriculture to non-agriculture

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Introduction of property title


certification system in ULB

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

20-25% of land earmarking


for EWS & LIG category with
a
system
of
cross
subsidization

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Revision of byelaws to make


rainwater
harvesting
mandatory in all buildings

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Bye-laws
for
recycled water

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

Encouraging PPP models

Yet to be Initiated

Possible with the directives of


State level stance.

re-use

of

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Target
DEWATS)

As of now, ULB is not able to


spend any amount for urban poor
sector. Specific allocations have
not been made in the budget for
urban poor.

Reforms Status
at ULB

Optional Reforms

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Target

These
Reforms
are
targeted
for
implement
ation
simultane
ously with
the
implement
ation of
Mandatory
reforms

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CHAPTER 1: PROJECT INTRODUCTION


1.1

Project Award and Introduction of Client

The Urbanisation in Madhya Pradesh is at a faster rate, due to which Urban Local Bodies of the state are
experiencing hard challenges to facilitate the requirements of the growing population with limited technical
and financial resources. GoI as well as GoMP have initiated a number of programmes/schemes to meet the
growing demands of infrastructure and service delivery. The list of GoI schemes include: Urban
Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT) and Integrated Housing and
Slum Development Programme (IHSDP). On the other hand GoMP has initiated DFID funded MPUSP, which
links reforms with investment in infrastructure for the poor. In addition to the above there are several other
programmes that have been initiated by the GoI and GOMP.

Preparation of the CDP will take advantage of the Revised CDP preparation toolkit/Heritage cities toolkit
prepared by GoI under JNNURM and UADD/CMAMP guidelines. These toolkits shall provide guidance to the
formulation of a CDP based on the concept of a consultative strategic planning process.
Focus areas: Government of Madhya Pradesh is planning to improve the water supply system of the towns
by upgrading the prevailing systems. Hence, this CDP shall be focusing on water supply sector as one of the
key area in a comprehensive manner. The revenue generation (revenue from ULBs own sources specially
property tax etc.) and strategies for the enhancement of the same shall also be incorporated in the CDP.
Currently planning is only a discretionary function of ULBs in MP and there is a general lack of planning
culture even in the larger Corporations. The CDP's of four cities of MP (Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Ujjain),
included in JNNURM have been already prepared, along with the CDP's of 96 ULBs in the State. The lessons
learnt from these exercises need to be incorporated into the proposed CDPs. The CDP will be linked to the
overall spatial planning, policy framework of Master Plan and more importantly into the annual municipal
budgeting. Linking the investment plan of the CDP with the municipal budgets will be crucial in ensuring the
O&M and thus sustainability of the infrastructure assets created.
Preparation of the CDP shall include city development strategies, which are out comes of a structured
consultative process. The process will enable elected representatives, key staff of MC departments,
parastatal agencies and other institutions, policy makers and the citizens to participate and plan for spatial,
social and economic development of the concern cities. A City Development Plan (CDP) will present both a
vision of a desired future perspective for the city and the ULBs strategic framework of sectoral plans
translated into actions that define on how the ULB, together with other stakeholders, intends to work
towards achieving their long-term vision for the next five years.

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This project of preparing the City Development Plan (CDP) for Patan Parishad Area, Madhya
Pradesh has been entrusted to Aarvee Associates Architects Engineers & Consultants Pvt. Ltd
(Consultant) ,Hyderabad. The work is assigned through Commissioner, Urban Administration and
Development Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh (Client). The aim of this exercise is to
support various Cities/Urban Local Bodies of Madhya Pradesh with a comprehensive City Development Plan
(CDP) for their long term vision.
1.2

Project Brief, Scope & Objectives

The CDP shall provide a comprehensive long term strategy (Vision 2035) as well as a City Investment Plan
(CIP), based on which the concerned ULB's can approach and be eligible to the funding under GoI /GoMP
schemes along with their own and other sources of finances based on priority actions and projects identified
in the CDP. The document shall also provide Financial Operating Plan (FOP) to direct the ULBs for mobilizing
various financial resources to implement the identified priority projects. The scope of the services include all
necessary steps formulated in JNNURM Toolkit 2, that would help to prepare the CDP, such as Data
Collection & Field Visits, Municipal Staff & all Stakeholders consultative meetings, Sector Analysis, organising
necessary workshops for the successful completion of the CDP. The specific objectives of the project are as
follows;

CDP would scale up existing urban development and poverty alleviation schemes within a
comprehensive and coherent strategic planning framework, in order to ensure optimal benefit from
available resources to the citizens of the ULBs.

CDP would aim to catalyze new thinking and provoke debate through a consultative stakeholder
driven process. The vision and strategic thrusts of the CDP would be built around the lessons and
findings of a comprehensive and rigorous stakeholder consultation and documentation process.

It is expected that the CDP would serve the purpose and meet the requirements of UIDSSMT and
IHSDP programmes as well as JNNURM and other development schemes.

The CDP will generate specific priority actions and projects that can be the basis, for mobilizing
funds from diversified sources.

1.3

Methodology

The CDP is prepared through a participatory process, wherein the various stakeholders, citizens and the
concerned authorities play a major role in the formation of the vision for the future development of the city.
The planning process therefore has to be a consultative one, with stakeholders representing a varied
spectrum of qualification taking part in the discussions and dialogue leading to the formulation of a vision,
development of objectives, identification of priority sectors and projects. CDP is prepared as a multistage
exercise, mainly with the following Stages;

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Mobilization and Inception

The Consultants with ULB support would organize a one day kick-off workshop to familiarize the
stakeholders with the purpose, process, and expected outcomes of the CDP and build confidence,
understanding and commitment to the CDP. The kick off workshop will help in deriving a consensus along
with the stakeholders firming the process and agreeing upon a structured programme to take the CDP
forward.
Stage 2:

Assessment of Existing Situation

In this stage, interaction with various stakeholder groups (meetings, workshops, focus group discussions,
etc.) and review relevant publications, reports, GOs, resolutions, procedures, laws etc. to analyze the current
situation in each of the sector identified. In-depth analysis of the existing situation, covering the
demographic profile, economic profile, urban governance, Physical & Social infrastructure facilities, and
environmental aspects. Gap analysis and future needs will be calculated/identified at every sector level.
Stage 3:

Development of City Vision and Sector Goals and Strategies

Based on the cities present scenario and SWOT analysis, the future city vision statement will be formulated.
Discussion will be initiated on strategies, priorities and major actions that may be required in the next five
years to move towards the vision 2036. To achieve the city vision, it is imperative to identify the necessary
goals and strategies for each sector.
Stage 4:

Development of Strategies and Priority Actions

The strategies will be evaluated from the perspective of stakeholders contribution in achieving the vision and
sector goals. Criteria will be developed for prioritizing the strategies, programmes and projects in
consultation with the Steering Group. The priority actions will support the strategies to achieve the sector
goals.
Stage 5:

Preparation of City Investment Plan (CIP) and Financial Operating Plan (FOP)

City Investment Plan (CIP) and Financial Operating Plan (FOP) are the key components in the entire process
of City Development Plan (CDP). Based on the availability of resources, logical sequencing of actions and
potential for immediate implementation, the Consultants will prepare a City Investment Plan (CIP) in
consultation with ULB that lays out the cost and revenue estimates of all priority projects in the next five
years. The preparation of the CIP is a reiterative process requiring adjustments to individual projects as well
as changes in scheduling to make the whole package work financially. The City Investment plan would be
supported with a Financial Operating Plan (FOP).
Stage 6:

Draft City Development Plan (CDP)

The Draft CDP includes City Investment Plan (CIP), Financial Operating Plan (FOP), duly considering the
feedback from all the stakeholders and working groups.
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Final CDP Document

The final CDP document incorporating the feedback from the workshop and the inputs received at the 2nd
Stage State Level discussion.
In all the above stages, the consultations with all the Stakeholders and working groups will be made
extensively. The following Methodology is adopted for entire process of City Development Plan (CDP) for
Patan Nagar Parishad.

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Fig 1.1 Methodology Followed for the CDP

Stage 1: Mobilisation and Inception


Kick-off Workshop with officials of Municipality.
and other key parastatal agencies ,
Data needs and requirements.
Reconnaissance visit of project area.

Stage 2: Assessment of Existing


Situation
Sector Analysis
City Profile

Stage 3: City Vision and Sector Goals


and Strategies
Sector Strategies
Vision, Goal and Strategies

Stage 4: Strategies and Priority


Actions
Evaluation of Strategies
Reform Action Plans

1st Stage District Level


Presentation

2nd Workshop to Prioritize


Sector Strategies &
Proposals

1st Stage State Level


Presentation

Stage 5: City Investment Plan (CIP) and


FOP
Project Costing and Funding Sources
Scheduling Priority Actions and CIP
FOP to Support CIP

Stage 6: Draft CDP


including CIP & FOP
Performance Monitoring indicators etc.,

Workshops to Finalise Draft CDP


3rd Workshop to
Finalise Draft CDP

2nd Stage District Level


Presentation to finalise Draft
CDP

Stage 7: Final CDP

including CIP & FOP


Performance Monitoring indicators and Council
Resolution

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2nd Stage State Level


Presentation to finalise
Draft CDP

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Structure of the Report

Chapter 1: Introduction: Detailed description of Project background and Methodology adopted for the
entire City Development Plan (CDP) process.
Chapter 2, 3 & 4: City Profile: It includes City Profile, Physical features, Demography details, SocioEconomic details and Housing scenario.
Chapter 5: City Infrastructure: This chapter deals with Physical and Social Infrastructure analysis, demandgap analysis, formation of goals, strategies and action plans for respective sectors, SWOT analysis
Chapter 6: Institutional Framework
Chapter 7: Municipal Finance: deals with Income and Expenditure analysis
Chapter 8: Capital Investment Plan: Detailed and summary of Sector wise Investment Required for
Implemetation of Proposed Projects and Financial Operating Plan
Chapter 9: Urban Reforms: status of Mandatory and optional reforms at both ULB and State level
Chapter 10: Summary of Workshop Proceedings
Chapter 11: City Vision: Provide the city vision along with the consolidated sector strategies

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CHAPTER 2: PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE TOWN


2.1 GENERAL CITY PROFILE
2.1.1 Historical Importance
The name of Patan is derived from the Sanskrit name Pattanam, which means city.
2.1.2 Jabalpur District Profile
Jabalpur District in Madhya Pradesh state lies in central India and Jabalpur city serves as the administrative
headquarters of the district. The District extends in an area of 10,160 sq.km. Geographically the district is
part of the Mahakoshal region of Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur district is bordered by Katni in the north side,
Umaria in the North-East direction, Dindori in the East, Mandla in the South-East side, Seoni in the South,
Narsimhapur in the South-West and Damoh in the north-west direction. The holy Narmada River is the main
water source for the district. There are 17 urban centers in the district, out of which Class VI, V & III
consisting of 2 towns in each of the category. Jabalpur city is categorized under Class I with corporation
status, one under Class II and other towns as IV. Majority of the towns are categorized as Class IV towns.
The details are as shown in the following table. Among all the urban centers, Jabalpur City holds the highest
urban population followed by Sihora and Panagar. Patan town placed at 10th position in the entire district
with Nagar Parishad status.
Table 2.1 : Details of Urban Settlements in Jabalpur District-2011

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Name of the Class of Civic


Area
2001
2011
Decennial
Density
Town
Town Status
population
population growth rate (per sq.km
Barela
IV
NP
9.89
10,880
12,620
15.99
1,276
Bhedaghat
VI
NP
2.37
1,840
6,657
261.79
2,809
Bilpura
IV
CT
2.56
11,819
14,349
21.41
5,605
G.C.F. Jabalpur
IV
CT
7.00
15,283
9,285
-39.25
1,326
Jabalpur
I
M. Corp. 134.94
956,107
1,069,292
11.84
7,924
Jabalpur Cantt.
II
CB
28.49
66,499
72,261
8.66
2,536
Katangi
IV
NP
12.37
17,062
19,040
11.59
1,539
Majholi
IV
NP
6.29
11,318
13,210
16.72
2,100
Manegoan
V
CT
1.89
9,167
12,599
37.44
6,666
O.F. Khamaria
IV
CT
19.93
14,539
9,839
-32.33
494
Panagar
III
M
10.26
25,199
27,932
10.85
2,722
Patan
IV
NP
13.03
13,213
14,624
8.41
1,099
Pipariya
VI
CT
3.97
4,483
5,084
13.41
1,281
Shahpura
IV
NP
6.66
11,958
13,601
13.74
2,042
Sihora
III
M
23.67
37,870
44,048
16.31
1,861
Suhagi
V
CT
2.61
8,145
14,787
81.55
5,666
Vehicle Fac.
IV
CT
3.76
11,958
8,087
-32.37
2,151
Area Jabalpur

Source: Census of India, 2011

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Location and connectivity

Patan town is a Tehsil head quarter in Patan Tehsil of Jabalpur district in Madhya Pradesh State. Patan is
one of the important green pea cultivation areas of Madhya Pradesh. Patan geographically lies between 230
15' north latitude and 790 40' east Longitude, at an altitude of 652 meters (2139 feet) above mean sea level
and is nearly 33 Km from Jabalpur and around 285 Kms from the state Headquarter Bhopal. The city is well
connected with Road. State Highway connecting Damoha Jabalpur 37A is passing through the city. The
nearest railway station is Jabalpur, which is also a Zonal head quarter of Central West Railways. The town is
constituted in the year 1981, with an area of 13.06 sq. kms and comprising of 15 municipal wards.
2.1.4

Climate & Rainfall

Even through Patan is a town, by virtue of its village backdrop, the town is pleasant and healthy. It is
generally dry except in monsoon. The cold season will normally start from November to February followed
by the hot season from March to the middle of June. The period from mid-June to the end of September is
the rainy season. The months of October constitute the post-monsoon or transition season. The maximum
temperature is at about 44 degree Celsius and low is at 8 degree Celsius.
Rainfall
The average rainfall in Patan is appox. 1021.7 mm. The rains usually start in the month of June, with the
maximum number of rainy days experienced during the months of July and August
2.1.5 Topography and Geology
In general Patan town has a Plain topography. The rich black cotton soil with its embanked fields which is
the predominant feature of Hiran Plain, which is also known as Haveli lies in the valley of the Narmada and
Hiran. Patan is situated in a tract consisting of most fertile land and thickly populated in the District.
2.1.6 Wind Direction
Winds are controlled by the shifting of pressure belts. They are predominantly from South-West during the
monsoon. In the post monsoon and winter, the wind flow towards South and South-East direction. In the
monsoon season, the velocity of wind speed range is 40 km to 50 km per hour.

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Figure 2.1 Location Map of Patan Town

2.1.7 Base Map


The scaled Base Map is not available for Patan Nagar Parishad. However, a guide map with all the roads and
ward boundaries was acquired from the Nagar Parishad. Taking this map as reference, scaled Base Map has
been prepared using Google satellite imageries. The Preliminary Base map thus Prepared is shown in Map
No.2.1.

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CHAPTER 3: DEMOGRAPHIC & SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE


3.1 Demography
3.1.1 Population Growth Trend
As per Census of India 2011, the total population of Patan Nagar Parishad is about 14,624. The reduced
growth rates during the last three decades are attributed to the slow-down in the local economy,
especially between 1981, 1991 and 2001. The following table indicates the population and growth rate
details;
Table 3.1 Decadal Growth Rate of the Town

Decadal
Growth
rate (%)

Growth
difference

Incremental
Increase

%
Decadal
increase

Yearly
%
increase

11000

0.10

1025

-1653

10%

1.0%

2001

13213

0.20

2213

1188

20%

2.0%

2011

14624

0.11

1401

-812

11%

1.1%

Year

Population

1981

9975

1991

Source: Census of India, 2001 & 2011

Figure 3.1 Decadal Growth Rate of the Town

3.1.2 Population Projections


The Population details of Patan town are available up to 2011 census. The Census details are available
from 1971 to 2011 for 5 decades. The Projections of population for future years are worked out in three
different methods for the year 2015, 2025 & 2035. The details are indicated in the following table
Table 3.2: Population Projection of the Town

Sl.
No.
1
2
3

Methods
Arithmetic Increase method
Geometric increase method
Incremental increase method

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Population
for 2011
14624
14624
14624

Year 2015
15346
15749
16273

Year 2025
17175
18809
17506

Year 2035
19004
22462
18314

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The above projected population figures indicate that the population by all methods except Arithmetical
method is above the Average growth rate of Patan and looks on higher side. So, from the past Population
growth trend it is appropriate to consider Arithmetical Projection as appropriate figuring to population of
19,000.
3.1.3 Population Density
As per 2011 census, Gross Population density of Patan town is 11 Persons per Hectare, which is on lower
side when compared to UDPFI standards for Small town. But the core area and its surrounding areas in
the town are densely populated.
Table 3.3: Population, Area & Density Details of the Town

Year

Population

Area (ha)

Gross Density (pp ha)

1981

9233

1306

1991

11000

1306

2001

13213

1306

10

2011

14624

1306

11

Source: Census of India, 2011

Map No.3.1 shows the Density Details of Patan


3.1.4 Average household Size
As per 2011 census, the total number of households in Patan Town is 2910; the average household size
is 5. And there is a slight decline in average households size from 5.92 to 5.00 for the year 1991 to 2011,
which indicates either there may be out migration of population (or) people are slowly motivated to
nuclear family system.
3.1.5 Other Demographic Indicators
As per 2011 census, SC & ST population comprises of 21.43 % to the total population. As per 2011
Census, BPL population comprises of 59.59 % to the total population, which is high and clearly indicates
there are no employment opportunities other than agricultural activities and there is felt need to ensure
alternative employment sources for the public.
3.1.6 Issues
Other than agriculture activities and household industries, there is no other alternative source for
employment in the town. Due this out migration of population is observed in search of employment to
nearby cities i.e., Jabalpur, Gujarat, Raipur, Nagpur and Bhopal.

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3.2: SOCIO ECONOMIC PROFILE


3.2.1

Sex Ratio

As per 2011 census, sex ratio is 905 i.e., 905 females for 1000 male populations.
Table 3.4: Details of Sex ratio of Patan Town

Year

Male

Female

Sex Ratio

Sex Ratio

910

905

1991
2001
2011

5846
7009
7672

5154
6204
6942

Females per 1000 Males

905

881
885
905

900
895
890
885

881

885

880
875
870
865
1991

Source: Census Handbook

2001

2011

Year

From the above table, it can be seem that there is a gradual increase in sex ratio from 881 to 905 for the
year 1991 to 2011, indicates as positive trend.
Literacy Rate

Literacy Rate

As per the 2011 census, literacy level is 71.60 % to the


total population which more than the national average of
59.5%.

Literacy Rate (%)

3.2.2

80.00
70.00
60.00
50.00
40.00
30.00
20.00
10.00
0.00

73.66
64.53
54.30
45.70
35.47
26.34

1991

2001
Year

2011
Literate Rate

illiterate Rate

3.2.3 Work Participation Ratio (WPR)

As per 2011 census, work force participation (i.e., Main Workers, Marginal Workers, Cultivators and
Labors) is 34.75 % of total working population.

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3.2.4 Occupation Structure


As per 2011 census, work force population is 34.75 % where Main Workers share is of 31.71 % and the
remaining 3.04% share is of Marginal Workers. The participation rate of main workers in agriculture
activities is 34.83 %, manufacturing activities is 3.06 % and other services are 46.58 % and 65.25 % of
population are depended population.
Table 3.5: Occupational Structure

Sl.N
o.
I

Category

Cultivators

Agricultural Labourers

Manufacturing & Processing in HH


Industries
Other services

No. of
Persons

% to the Main
Workers

% to Total
Population

Main Workers

Sub Total Main workers

720

15.53

4.92

1615

34.83

11.04

142

3.06

2160

46.58

0.97
14.77

4637

100

31.71

II

Marginal Workers

445

3.04

III

Non Workers

9542

65.25

14624

100

Grand Total Population

3.2.5 Industries/trade and commerce


The hinterland of the town is predominantly agricultural in nature. The town caters to the trading and
other activities of the surrounding areas. Patan soil is good for cultivation of wheat which is exported to
different parts in India. A Weekly market is also held in the town to serve the town population and
surrounding village population.
There are 3 Rice Mills, one Agricultural Market and bamboo basket making at Households level is
predominantly exists in Patan town.
Table 3.6: particulars of major trading activities in Patan Town, 2001

Details (order)

Particulars
1st

2nd

I. Three Most important commodities imported

Cloth

Kirana

II. Three Most important commodities exported

Grains

Bidi

Bidi

Bamboo

III.

Three

Most

important

commodities

manufactured

Source: Census

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CHAPTER 4: PHYSICAL PLANNING AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT


4.1 Spatial Growth Trends
The physical development is extending towards Jabalpur and Shahpura towns, which is predominantly
linear development in nature. Thus, pockets of agricultural lands are still available for development within
the municipal limits. In the other part of the town, physical development is observed on South-West
direction.
The urban form of the town is predominantly guided by the State Highway 37A and Singrauli Road. The
overall development resembles nucleated development.
4.2 Spatial Distribution of Population
As per the latest statistics obtained from the ULB, the town is divided into 15 wards. The ward wise
population and household details are mentioned in the following table.
Table 4.1: Ward-wise Details of the Town

Ward
No.

Ward Name

Population (2011)
Total

Male

Female

No. of
Households

Subhash Chandra Bose

1024

543

471

151

Sardar Vallabh Bahi Pateri

1236

655

581

275

Mahatma Gandhi

817

426

391

153

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar

984

513

471

213

Dr. Rajendra Prasad

940

480

460

199

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya

898

477

421

149

Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla

826

426

400

159

Jawaharlal Nehru

777

398

379

167

Lal Bahadur Shastri

1026

535

491

218

10

Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya

1031

547

484

197

11

Maharana Pratap

981

516

465

191

12

Dr. Abdul Kalam Ajad

1055

565

490

222

13

Vinoba Bhave

668

339

329

140

14

Shivaji

802

424

378

168

15

Rani Durgawati

1559

838

721

218

14624

7682

6942

2910

Total

Source: Census of India, 2011

4.3 Land use


The essential characteristics of land use and its pattern have to be analyzed to have a better approach to
its problems and proposals. The land use map has been prepared based on Google image interpretation
and subsequent ground truth verification.

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Table 4.2: UDPFI Standards for Land Use

% of Developed Area

Land use

Small Towns

Medium Towns

Large Cities

Metro Cities

Residential

45 50

40-45

35-40

35-40

Commercial

23

3-4

4 -5

4-5

Industrial

8 10

8-10

10-12

12-14

Public & Semi Public

68

10-12

12-14

14-16

Recreational

12 14

18-20

18-20

20-25

Transport & Communication

10 12

12-14

12-14

15-18

Agriculture & Water bodies

Balance

balance

balance

balance

The land use percentages were calculated using the updated base map and the available data. As most
of the Nagar Parishad area is associated with agricultural activity, the area has unique significance for
land use analysis. The residential land comprises of 15% of total land & the agriculture area comprises of
almost 77%. Map 4.1 shows the Existing Land Use Map of Patan Nagar Parishad. The following table
provides the land use percentages.
Table 4.3: Land use Breakup

Sl. No

Existing Land use

Area (sq.km)

1
2
3
4
5
6

Residential use
Commercial use
Mixed use
Public and Semi Public
Transportation
Recreation Use
Developed Area
Agriculture Area
Water bodies
Total

2.06
0.04
0.08
0.21
0.39
0.02
2.8
10.15
0.11
13.06

7
8

% to the
Developed Area
73.57
1.43
2.86
7.50
13.93
0.71
100.0

% to the Total
15.677
0.31
0.61
1.61
2.99
0.15
21.44
77.72
0.84
100.00

Source: Google image interpretation and subsequent site visits

Map No. 4.1: Existing Landuse of Patan


4.4 Master plan Provision
With the absence of no master plan in place for the town lead to unplanned, haphazard development.
4.5 Housing
Housing is the constituent of the social infrastructure of the economy. Like the other constituents, such
as the system of education and health, housing divergences also can either reduce or enhance the
disparities in the society.

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4.6 Housing in Patan


According to the 2011 census (provisional figures), existing housing units are 2910. The housing is
spread throughout the 15 wards of Patan town.
Table 4.4: Details of houses, households and households size of Patan

Years
1981
1991
2001
2011

Total
Population
9233
11000
13213
14624

No. of occupied
residential Houses
1579
1850
2158
2756

No. of
Households
1679
2000
2278
2910

Average
Household Size
5.5
5.5
5.7
5.0

Source: Census, 2001 & 2011


4.7 Housing demand for the year 2035
We assumed that the average household size would not fall less than 4.9 by 2011, 2015, 2025 and 2035.
Table 4.5: Housing demand for the year 2035

Category

Existing (2011)

Projected years
2015

2025

2035

Population

14624

15346

17175

19004

Households

2910

3069

3435

3800

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

Household size

By the year 2035 the additional Houses required are 1044 taking into the consideration one
home/development per one household. The land requirements for these housing needs are taken into
consideration on the proposed Land Use map.

Map 4.2: Anticipated Future Growth Map

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CHAPTER 5: TOWN INFRASTRUCTURE


Infrastructure is the basic requirement of urban life and its adequacy and accessibility are two important
ingredients key contributors in the up-gradation and enrichment of quality of urban life which is the
primary objective of any planned development effort. The extent and the nature of problems faced by
different towns vary by size, geographical conditions & local natural resources, state/regional differentials
in the resource availability & the policies, resource base of local authorities and several such factors
directly or indirectly affecting the population of cities/towns.
Social amenities and infrastructure fall under the social welfare objectives of the urban development
programmes, as distinct from economic development objectives and especially in the context of the
rapidly developing liberalized and competitive economic scenario. These infrastructure facilities are
broadly classified into two aspects,
Physical Infrastructure

Social Infrastructure

Water Supply

Health

Sewerage & Sanitation

Education

Solid Waste Management

Recreational Facilities

Storm Water Drains

Social security

Traffic & Transportation

Housing

Street Lighting
5.1 Water Supply
5.1.1 Quality and Quantity of Water at Source
Patan is predominantly dependent on ground water source for water supply. Presently, water is drawn
from a depth of 60 80 feet. Direct pumping is in practice for storage and distribution of water supply.
As per the assessment made by the officials at Nagar Parishad of Patan, there are 15 tube wells present
in the town. Out of these, 2 tube wells are directly connected to ELSRs and remaining 13 are connected
to distribution network. Water is supplied through tankers to the areas where water supply is scarce and
areas not covered with distribution network. Currently the demand for water in Patan is approximately
1.46 MLD. The details are shown in the Table.
Table 5.1: Details of Water Source & System

Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Ground Source Particulars


Number of Tube wells
Number of Hand pumps
Number of ELSRs
Quantum of water Supplied (MLD)
Per capita consumption (LPCD)
Estimated Transmission and Distribution losses (% of total supply)

Source: Nagar Parishad Patan

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Details
15
22
1
1.46
100
15

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5.1.2 Quality and Quantity of Water in distribution System


The available data only indicates to total water storage capacities
at town level. However, it does not provide details on the
quantity of water supplied at ward level. Presently there is one
ELSR available for water storage.
The total available storage capacity of the ELSR is 0.88 ML. As
per the Census of India 2011, the population is estimated to
14,624. Assuming consumption of 135 LPCD, the total demand
for water supply is 1.97 MLD. Assuming the storage capacity
required is 33 per cent of the total water supply, the demand is 0.86 ML. It is observed that the current
shortage of storage capacity is NIL. The demand of water supply by the end of the horizon period of CDP
is about 2.57 MLD for which storage capacity of 0.89 ML is required by 2035. Table indicates the details
of the ELSR and the wards covered. Map 5.1 indicates the water supply system of the town.
Table 5.2: Details of ELSR in Patan

Capacity
(in ML)

Location of ELSRs
ELSR-1, Ward 15
Two Tube wells are connected to this ELSR( Ward 14 & 15)

0.88

Wards Covered
6(part), 8,9,12,13,14 &15
wards

Source: Nagar Parishad Patan


5.1.3 Water Distribution Arrangement
The existing water distribution system in the town is very old and is connected at various places with new
pipelines. About 10.5 km of length of pipeline is laid for distribution system and it accounts to 47 per
cent of the existing road length. The details of the water supply distribution system given in Table
Table 5.3: Details of the Distribution System

Main Types

Distribution Main Details or


Dimension Range

Percentage of
Coverage Network

Pipe Material
a.

ACP

2.0 mm to 2.5 mm

b.

GI

1.5 mm to 2.0 mm

80

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan, 2010-11


5.1.4 Internal Distribution Networks
The total number of household service connections is 1,135.
There are no metered connections in the town. Apart from this
22, hand pumps and 115 Public Stand Posts are catering to water
supply. It is observed that the commercial service connections
are less number to mere 70. The total number of water supply
connections has increased from 1011 to 1135 in past three years.

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The details of service connections and growth rates are indicated in the following Table.
Table 5.4: Details of Water Supply Connection in Patan Town

Year

Connections

% Growth of Connections

2009-10

1011

2010-11

1075

6.3

2011-12

1135

5.8

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan 2010-11


The domestic connections account to 83.7 per cent of the total connections and 35.8 per cent of the total
households. The total commercial connections are account to 6.2 per cent of total connections. There are
115 public stand posts, which serves 4.3 per cent of total households. Table 5.5 indicates the details of
the service connections in the town.
Map 5.1: Existing Water Supply System of Patan
Table 5.5: Details of Water Connections in Patan

Sl.
No.
1
2

Particulars

Units

Total Population 2011

14,624

Number of Households 2011

2901

Domestic

950

% to total
Connections
83.7

Non-domestic (other than industrial)

70

6.2

2.7

5
6

Industrial
Public Stand Posts

0.0
115

0.0
10.1

0.00
4.5

1135

100.0

Connections

Total Number of Connections

Number

% to total
Households
37.1

> 65.0

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan, 2010-11


5.1.5 Coverage & Supply
The distribution network covers 47 per cent of the developed area. Water is supplied for a total of 4
hours per day during winter and 2 hours per day in summer. Patan has very infrequent and interrupted
water supply due to frequent and untimely power cut. The per capita supply works out to 100 lpcd. Out
of 15 tube wells 13 are directly connected to supply network. Thus, the current water supply system is
severely dependent on electricity. The areas which are not covered under supply network are located in
ward No. 15.
As per the assessment of officials at Nagar Parishad, low pressure areas are located in six wards. The
detail of the existing coverage & supply is indicated in the following Table 5.6

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Table 5.6: Domestic Water Supply Details in Patan 2011

S. No.

Particulars

Units

Per Capita Supply


1

Population 2011

14,624

Water Supply (in MLD)

Current Per Capita water supply per day (in LPCD)

100.0

Per capita supply as per CPHEEO Norm (in LPCD)

135.0

1.46

Coverage
5

% population covered under piped Water Supply

Areas
with

Surplus Supply

Nil

0.0 %

Moderate Supply

All wards (except wards with less


supply and no supply)

75.0 %

Less Supply

Ward No. 2,4,9 &12

15.0 %

Inadequate
Supply

Ward No. 15

10.0 %

Storage Capacity
7

Total Storage Capacity available (in ML)

0.88

Total Storage Capacity required (in ML)

0.85

Deficit (in ML)

Distribution Network (%)


8

Good

60

Fair

20

Poor

20

Staff Details
9

Permanent Staff

10

Temporary Staff

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan, 2010-11


Irrespective of supply from ELSR, every ward is getting the direct supply from remaining tube wells. The
assessment made by the officials at Nagar Parishad, Patan suggests that the distribution and
transmission losses are about 20 to 25 per cent.
5.1.6 Institutional Set-up
The O&M of the water supply system is taken care of by the Nagar Parishad, Patan. Currently, both
technical and non-technical duties related to water supply are discharged by 6 temporary employees of
Nagar Parishad. With the growing population, the demand for adequate services is increasing and the
role of the local body as a service provider calls for better performance.

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5.1.7 Operation & Maintenance (O&M)


The sustainability of water supply system is assured only if local resources are generated for O&M by the
Urban Local Body (ULB). The systematic planning, expansion and maintenance requires dedicated
planning approach.

Cost Recovery
Nagar Parishad collects a flat rate of Rs.60.00 per month per household for domestic connection and
Rs.90.00 for non-domestic connection. In small towns like Patan no user charges are collected on prorata basis, the reason being absence of metered devices. None of the connections in Patan are metered.
The charge for a new connection is Rs.1550/- which includes road cutting charges. The following table
gives the details of the flat rate per month and the installation of new connection charges.
Table 5.7: Details of Water Charges in Patan 2011

Description
Flat Rate per Month

1.

Charges Per Connection (in Rs)

Domestic
Commercial
New Connection Charges

60.00
90.00

2.

Domestic
Commercial

1300.00
1300.00+ Road cutting Rs. 250

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan, 2010-11


5.1.8

Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps

The present per capita water supply is 100 LPCD. The future population growth calls for:

Augmentation of water on a sustainable basis.

Increase in storage capacity to meet the requirement of the growing population and increased
developed areas.
Table 5.8: Water Demand Assessment 2035

Particulars

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

2015-2025
17175

2025-2035
19004

Projected Population

2011-2015
15346

Projected Households

3069

3435

3801

Total quantum of water required


(in MLD) @ 135 lpcd per capita

2.07

2.32

2.57

Required capacity of treatment plant (in MLD)

2.07

2.32

2.57

Additional Storage capacity (in ML)

Source: Analysis
The cumulative water demand projected for the coming 25 years is indicated in the Table 24. Considering
a per capita supply of 135 LPCD, the total domestic water demand will be 2.57 MLD by 2035. Adequate
facilities for water storage, treatment and supply should be planned.

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5.1.9 Water Supply Project


As on now, the town is not covered under any planned schemes/projects for Water supply system in the
town.
5.1.10 Comparative Analysis (Service Levels)
The water system in the town can be improved by efficient extension of the water supply network,
increase in the number of HSCs, rehabilitation works, and efficient cost recovery plans. The existing
system is not adequate to meet the growing demand of the population. The current service levels are
indicated in the following Table.
Table 5.9: Service Levels in Patan

Indicator

Norm

Per Capita Supply


Storage capacity
Length of distribution network as per cent to total
road length
Treatment Plant capacity
Number of HHs with HSC connections
Loss due to leakages

Existing Levels

135 lpcd
33.0 per cent

100 lpcd
34.0 per cent

100 per cent

47 per cent

100 per cent


100 per cent
20 per cent

Nil
35.0 per cent
15 per cent

Source: Analysis
5.1.11 SWOT Analysis
Strengths

Weaknesses

Location of natural Water


Body (Narmada River) is
potential
for
future
requirement

Opportunities

Implementation
water harvesting

Predominantly dependent on ground water


Inadequate network length
Age of current supply system
Lack of adequate man power

Threats
of

rain

High dependency on electricity as the supply is also


dependent on pumping through motors

Poor distribution of water can lead to health problems


and unhygienic conditions in the city.

5.1.12 Key Issues

No treatment plant in the town for purification of water

Ground water levels are depleting annually.

Lack of metered connections, reflecting losses in ULB revenue.

Flat rates are required to be revised as the revenue collected is very meager.

Distribution system is not adequate as various parts of the town are either not connected or
integrated to the system.

Major pipelines in the existing system are around 10 years old and require repairs and rehabilitation
measures on priority basis.

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No initiatives for rain water harvesting, reuse of waste water and lack of community participation and
awareness in improving water management system, system efficiency, O&M and decision making.

There is no water quality monitoring done on a regular basis both at the transmission end and
consumer end.
5.1.13 City specific Strategies and Action Plans
Issue

Goal

Strategies

Water Source

To provide
surface
water
source

Inadequate
storage
capacity

100 %
storage
capacity

Inadequate
Coverage
and Supply
Network

100 %
coverage
with
"potable
water
supply"

Inadequate
man power
for
Operation &
Maintenance

100 %
O&M
Recovery

Identify proper "Network


Plan" for Intake Pipe line &
Raising Main from surface
source to the town.
Improve the existing Water
Treatment Plant
Increase the capacity of
"Centrifugal Pumps".
Identify the location and
number of ELSRs required.
Storage capacity should meet
future demand
Replacement and extension
of existing network system.
Phase-wise replacement of
pipe lines.
Supply network plan for
future developments
Capacity building
programmes for ULB staff to
improve skills.
Provide metered household
service connections in a
phased manner.
Regular monitoring system.

Action plans/Proposals

Surface source from Narmada


River (25 km away from the
town)
1 km length of intake pipeline &
30 km length of raising main
has to be laid.
2.57 MLD capacity of WTP has
to be constructed.
75 hp capacity of centrifugal
pumps are required

Improvement of existing ELSRs

5km length of existing network


system has to be replaced.
11.5 km length of network has
to be laid in unserved areas.
33 km length of pipeline
network has to be laid in future
development areas.
Training & capacity building
programs for ULB staff.
New connections for 1000
households in a phased
manner.
Water rate should revise time
to time

Priority Actions

For Short term proposal, developing of Naga Talab as a SS Tank.

Provision of water supply system with Narmada River (25 km away from the town) as the
source

5 km length of water supply network system has to be replaced

11.5 km length of network system has to be developed in the un-served areas

Provision of 2.57 MLD Capacity of Water Treatment Plant (WTP) near to the surface source

1 km length of intake pipeline has to be laid for draw the water from Narmada River to WTP

25 km length of Raising main has to be laid from WTP to Service Reservoirs

33 km length of network system has to be laid for future development areas

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Sewerage System
Existing Sewerage System

Hundred per cent network coverage for sewerage system


is one of the high priority needs of any developing town
and taking up the same would present a major challenge
to the implementation capability of ULBs. Lack of Under
Ground Sewerage system in Patan also resulted to
unhygienic conditions in the town.
Table 5.10: Details indicating the Existing Sanitation Facilities, 2001

1.
2.
3.

Particulars
Total Number of Households
Particulars
Per cent of Households having Bathroom
Facility within the House
Type of Connectivity for Waste water Outlet

Nos.
2901
% of Total No. of Households
47.94

1. Closed Drainage

4.99

2. Open Drainage

86.17

3. No Drainage

14.61

Source: Census 2001


Sewage & Sullage Collection
The domestic waste water presently passes through the open drains along the road side. In areas not
served by any kind of drainage network, the waste water flows on the roads and in few places get
stagnated.
The areas within the core area (old area) have lack of proper waste water disposal system. Thus, the
waste water is left to flow into open areas or vacant sites in these localities. The blocking of drains by the
presence of solid waste is the main cause for stagnation of waste water.
5.2.2 Household Latrines
Patan lacks adequate sanitary facilities. Two out of ten houses have no latrine facilities indicating
presence of open defecation in the town.
Table 5.11: Details indicating the Existing Sanitation Facilities

Particulars

% of Total No. of Households

Pit Latrine

Water Closet

80

Other Latrine

No Latrine

20

Source: Census 2001


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5.3 Existing Sanitation System


As per the sanitation surveys conducted during 2008, about 70 per cent households have access to
improved sanitation within household and remaining 30 per cent households lack these facilities.
5.3.1

Public Toilets

There are two public conveniences with 20 seats in the town. The average users per day are estimated to
be 110. The details of public conveniences are shown in the following table.
Table 5.12: Details of Public Convenience facilities

a.

Public Convenience Systems (Sulabh Sauchalaya)


Public Conveniences

b.

Total Seats

c.

No of Users/ Day

2
20
110

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


5.3.2

Present, Future Demand and Supply Gaps

The cumulative sewerage demand projected for the coming 25 years is indicated in the following Table
5.13. Considering a per capita supply of 135 LPCD the total domestic sewerage demand will be 2.05 MLD
by 2035 (considering 80 per cent of total water demand).
Table 5.13: Demand Assessment 2035

Particulars

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

2011-2015
15346

2015-2025
17175

2025-2035
19004

2.07

2.32

2.57

1.66

1.85

2.05

Projected Population
Quantum of water required (in MLD)

Total quantity of sewage (in MLD)

Length of Trunk Lines (600 mm dia)

8.0

Length of lateral Lines (100 mm dia)

34.0

22.0

Capacity of treatment plant (in MLD)

1.85

2.05

Source: Analysis
5.3.3 Sanitation Projects
At present, there are no Proposed or On-going Projects for augmentation of existing Sewerage system in
the town.
5.3.4 Comparative Analysis with the UDPFI, CPHEEO Guidelines
As per the UDPFI/ CPHEEO norms, about 80 per cent of the total water supply is assumed to be
discharged as sewage. Hence the total sewage generated is estimated to about 2.05 MLD.
Table 5.14: Service Levels in Patan

Indicator
Sewerage Estimated

Source: Analysis

City Development Plan for Patan Town

Norm

Levels

80 % of water supply

2.05 MLD

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5.3.5 SWOT Analysis


Strengths

Weaknesses

70 % of households have
access to improved sanitation.

Lack of Under Ground Sewerage (UGD)


Lack of Treatment Plant (STP)
Laying of CC roads in major parts of the town without
provisions for UGS system

Mostly the sewage goes into the open drains.

Inadequate public conveniences

Surface drains are used to carry the sewerage leading


to environment hazards
Threats

Opportunities

Availability of natural
drains flow towards
downstream of Hiran river

Letting out of sewage and sullage into open areas can


lead to health hazards

Prospective degradation of environment due to water


and Air pollution

5.3.6 Key Issues

Absence of an UGS system, open defecation and stagnation of sewage leading to environmental
and health problems.

Low coverage of individual disposal system and about 30 per cent of the households resort to open
defecation.

Sewage and waste water entering the water bodies resulting in pollution.

Mixing up of solid waste with the sewage leading to choking of drains.


5.3.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plans
Issue
Under Ground
Sewerage
(UGS) system

Goal
Provision of
UGS with 100
% coverage

Open
defecation

Remove the
practice of
open
defecation

Absence of
sewerage
treatment plant

Provision of
Mini Sewerage
Treatment
Plant

City Development Plan for Patan Town

Strategies
Conducting a detailed
physical survey
Coverage of core areas on
priority basis
Extension of network to new
developed areas
Improving the existing public
toilets by providing adequate
facilities.
25 per cent of the
households shall be provided
with LCS focusing on urban
poor.
Construct the new public
toilets in unserved areas.
Capacity of Mini-STP should
meet the current gap and
future requirements in a
phased manner.

Action plans/Proposals
Preparation of a
Comprehensive
Sewerage network plan.

8 km length of trunk
lines & 56 km of lateral
lines has to lie.

Improvement of existing
public toilets: 2 Nos.
Constructing public
toilets in unserved
areas: 2 Nos.
Construction of Low
Cost Sanitation units for
25 per cent of the total
Households: 864 Nos.
2.05 MLD capacity of
SDGS or DEWAT System
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Lack of
Operation &
Maintenance

Adopt the
utility
mapping
system

Sewerage quality analysis


needs to be upgraded.

Training & capacity building


programs for ULB staff.
Regular monitoring system.

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Private Sector
participation in O&M to
increase efficiency of
service delivery.

Priority Actions

Provision of Public Conveniences near Bus stand, & Police station,

Laying of 56 km length sewer lines by 2035

Construction of toilets through low cost sanitation programs

Construction of public toilets in slums & poor settlements

Campaign at town and community level on prevention of open defecation

Provision of SDGS System or DEWATS System


5.4 Solid Waste Management
Unorganised disposal of Solid waste affects major pollutants in a town resulting harmful health effects on
its residents. Urbanization has changed the composition of waste generated in larger towns and cities. It
is seen that the amount and kind of waste generated varies according to the income level. While most of
the residents are unaware of the health hazards, the contributors too are equally unaware of the effects
of pollution on the Town. These risks can be properly managed and their negative effects can be
minimized. Hence, there is a need for proper collection, storage, transportation and scientific disposal of
such waste by the respective local governments.
5.4.1

Quantity of Waste Generated

The quantity of solid waste generated in Patan has increased in the past few years due to the growth of
commercial and service activities. At present the solid waste generated at household level and on the
streets is collected from the dustbins and open dumping points. The regular collection is confined to the
main streets of the town. The details of the existing SWM system are detailed in the following Table.
Table 5.15 : Solid Waste Details in Patan 2011

Sl. No.
1.

Particular
Total Population (2011)

Details
14,624

2.

Per capita waste generated (in tons)

3.7

3.

Hospital Waste Generated

NA

4.

Total Waste Generated Per Day (in tons)

3.7

5.

Total Waste Collected Per Day (in tons)

2.6

6.

Collection Performance (%)

70.0

Note:

Nagar Parishad, Patan

The average solid waste generated in Patan town is about 3.5 tons per day. The major source of waste
generation is the domestic waste.

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Constituents of Municipal Waste

The various sources of solid waste generated are out of domestic and commercial usage. Out of the total
waste generated in Patan, around 80.0 per cent is domestic waste and 20 per cent is of commercial
waste. The domestic waste has both bio-degradable and non-biodegradable components. Some of the
biodegradable components are vegetable waste, meat waste, poultry waste, leftover food particulates,
etc. The non-biodegradable waste comprises of plastic, rubber, packaging materials, metal, batteries,
and construction waste.
5.4.3

Current practices of Solid Waste Management

At present, open dumping is in practice. Door-to-door collection is not practiced in the town. The solid
waste is dumped along the main roads & vacant lands. This type of open dumping will lead to unhygienic
conditions.
5.4.4

Segregation & Storage of Solid Waste

At present there are no standard practices followed for segregation and storage.
5.4.5

Primary and Secondary Collection

Both primary and secondary type of collection is practice in the town. In some areas, the solid waste is
collected from houses and is deposited at a predetermined location from where it is carried to dumping
site through trucks. As per the assessment of officials at Nagar Parishad officials, approximately 2.6 tons
of waste is collected per day which indicates a collection performance of 70 per cent. The main roads are
swept every day and the waste is deposited in the containers, and is taken to dumping site. The shortfall
in the collection process is due to the following reasons:

Solid Waste deposits in the storm water drains are left unattended.

Improper dumping points and unscientific disposal methods like open dumping of waste on
roadsides, vacant sites, etc.

Non-availability of adequate infrastructure in terms of number of tractors, dustbins, equipments,


etc.

Improper collection methods.


5.4.6

Processing & Disposal of Waste

It is informed by the officials of Nagar Parishad that a new land-fill site is proposed outside the municipal
limits, which is located in Udana Village (towards Jabalpur) and at a distances of 4 km away from the
city core. The total extent of the proposed site is about 2.0 hectare. The following Table indicates the
existing transport & disposal arrangements. Map 5.2 shows disposal location points.
Map 5.2 shows disposal location points.

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Table 5.16 : Solid Waste Transport and Disposal Arrangements

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Particulars
Number of Dustbins
Total Number of Vehicles (Tractor)
Capacity of each vehicle
Total Number of Tippers/Handcarts
Age of Vehicle (in Years)
Persons per vehicle
Total Capacity of Vehicles (in tons)
Number of trips per day per vehicle
Type of Disposal

Units
15
2
4
3/15
15 years
1 driver + 4 persons
2
3
Open Dumping

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


5.4.7

Vehicles for Solid Waste collection and Transportation

The Nagar Parishad owns 2 tractors for disposal of solid waste. Capacity of each tractor is 4.0 quintals.
Each Vehicle will have two trips per day for disposal of solid waste. The distance traversed by each
tractor per day is around 1.5 km. However lack of adequate infrastructure and manpower has lead to
improper removal, transportation and operational efficiency.
5.4.8

Institutional Set-up

Solid Waste Management is enlisted in the state list and is the obligatory responsibility of the ULB
handled by the Health wing of each municipality. The MSW rules 2000 puts forth detailed guidelines for
the entire process of handling solid waste management. The field staffs include drivers, cleaners &
loaders. The number of staff in the ULBs varies depending on the size of the ULB.
The staffing pattern as provided by the Nagar Parishad, Patan indicates that currently 32 employees of
Nagar Parishad are discharging the duties of Solid waste and Sanitation and additional 25 persons are
employed for attending various other duties. The details of the staff are indicated in the following Table.
Table 5.17: Staff for Solid Waste Management in Patan

Staff for SWM


Safai Daroga/Driver

Number

Jamidar
Safai Karmachari
Total
Temporary staff/Daily Wages
Grand Total

1
0
6
7
25
32

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


5.4.9

Estimation of Waste Collection

Estimated waste generation in the town by the year 2035 is about 4.8 tons. Approximately 3.4 tons of
waste collection may be done based on existing collection performance with some improvement in
management practices.

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5.4.10 Comparative Analysis with Guidelines


Table 5.18 : Details of Current Service Levels

Indicator
Waste collection performance
Spacing of Dustbins
Road length per conservancy staff
Conservancy staff per 100 population

Norms
90 100 %
100 m
400 600 m
3

Number of Units
70
Irregular
150 m
0.14

Source: Analysis
5.4.11 SWOT Analysis
Strengths

Type of solid waste generated is


predominantly domestic and
commercial

Execution of new land fill site

Weaknesses

Multiple disposal points.

Dumping process is within the town.

Absence of Slaughter houses & meat markets

Community bins are not available at convenient


locations

Opportunities

Adaptation to Vermi Composting


methods

Threats

Possibility of public health hazards as the large


size dumping yards are located in the town

Absence of segregation of bio-medical waste


from private clinics

Lack of awareness on solid waste management


facilities in the town leading to indiscriminate
dumping of garbage

5.4.12 Key Issues

Absence of segregation of waste at source.

Absence of door-to-door collection.

The staff in the ULB is skeletal.

The locations of dustbins should be reviewed and fixed with proper intervals and at proper places
so that efficiency can be increased.

The existing transportation infrastructure and resources are inadequate.

5.4.13 City specific Strategies and Action Plans


Issue

Goal

Open dumping

Suitable space
(landfill site) for
disposal of
waste

Strategies

City Development Plan for Patan Town

Initiating segregation
of waste at source.
Place collection bins
wherever is necessary
(suitable locations).

Action Plans/ Proposals

Provision of adequate
facilities at landfill site
(Platform, fencing,
watchmen shed etc.).
Provision of 5 litter bins in
commercial areas & 56

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community bins in the town


by the end of plan period2035.
Absence of
Door-to-Door
(D2D)
collection

Implementation
of D2D
collection
system

Lack of skilled
manpower

Strengthen the
existing system

Absence of
segregation of
waste at the
source

Encourage
Scientific
methods for
segregation

Identification of

primary collection
points.

Scheduling the timings

of collection.

Provision of adequate
equipments & vehicles.

Structuring of manpower
requirements and
assignment of
responsibilities.

Recycling and Reuse

methods has to put into


practice.

Provision of 4 auto tippers,


11 try cycles for primary
collection.
Provision of 2 metal
containers and 2 dumper
placer vehicles for secondary
collection.
Conducting capacity building &
Training programmes.

Development of sanitary land


fill site.
Equipment and infrastructure
as per MSW guidelines 2000.

Priority Actions

Provision of infrastructure & manpower required for efficient solid waste management

Provision of slaughter house

Development of solid waste land-fill site

Construction of Vermi-composting yard

Campaign for segregation of solid waste at source.


5.5

Drainage System

5.5.1 Existing Drainage System


The storm water drainage system in the town comprises of only tertiary drains due to the limitations in
the availability of data, the analysis is confined to the macro level. Patan needs to develop with an
adequate storm water drainage network in a scientific manner, taking into consideration key parameters
of precipitation intensity, catchment delineation, percolation characteristics and surface run-off.
Primary & Secondary Drains: There is lack of primary drains in the town and Hiran River is acting as a
secondary drain for the town.
Map 5.3 shows Drainage network map.
5.5.2 Tertiary Drains
The tertiary drains are constructed on the roadside, built as open type or closed drains and some of them
are of unlined kutcha type. The total length of tertiary drains as per available data is 8.5 km. Out of this,
pucca drains length is 4.5 km and remaining 4.0 km length is kutcha in nature. The total drain length
accounts to 38 per cent of total road length. Table 5.19 indicates the details of the type of storm water
drains in the town. The roaddrain ratio works out to 1:0.38. In other words, for every 1000 m road
length, drains in some form or other are available for a length of 380 m. Map 5.3 shows drains network.

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Table 5.19: Details indicating the Existing drainage connections

1.

Drain Type
Open Drains Pucca

2.

Open Drains Kutcha

3.

Closed Drains

Length (km)
4.5
4.0
Total

4.

% to Total Road Length

5.

Road Drains Ratio

8.5
38 per cent
1: 0.38

Source: Census 2001


Map 5.4: Environmentally Sensitive Areas

5.5.3 Flood-prone Areas or Environmentally Sensitive Areas


Environmentally sensitive areas in urban areas require prior attention as they are prone to pollution due
to the increasing demand for land for various development needs, generation of bio-degradable and nonbiodegradable wastes, sewage, etc. These areas need to be protected from the likely ill-effects caused
due to human interventions. Environmentally sensitive areas can also result in potential health hazards if
not properly protected. Map 5.4 shows environmental sensitive areas.
Table 5.20: Details of Environmental Sensitive Areas

Particulars

Area (ha)

Tenure

Condition

Remarks

Nag Talab

6.0

Govt.

Bad

lacks maintenance

Jugiya road

1.5

Private

Bad

lacks maintenance

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


5.5.4 Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps
Table 5.21: Demand and Supply Gaps for SWD System

S. N.

Components

Existing Municipal road length

Additional road length required

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Length
in km/ Nos.
22
33.25

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Length
in km/ Nos.
56

Components

Contemplated road length

Existing pucca drain length

Rehabilitation of existing pucca drain length

Provision of pucca drains in un-served areas (current gap)

Provision of pucca drains in future expansion areas

Number of lakes requiring development

6.3
2.2
13.5
56
2

Source: Analysis
5.5.5 SWOT Analysis
Strengths

Weaknesses

Considerable Size of water body

Inadequate coverage area of drainage system

Opportunities

Threats

Pollution in and around major water bodies

Absence of proper outlet for waste water in old

Development of recreational
spots in abutting areas of water
bodies

areas

5.5.6 City specific Strategies and Action Plan

Issue
Lack of road
side pucca
drains

Goal

Provision
of
road
side
drains

Strategies

Lack of
Maintenance
of two
Talabs

Provision of
drains along
lanes in city
core areas

Protection
and
conservati
on
of
water
bodies.

To create
sufficient
space for
laying of
the
drainage
system

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Action Plans/ Proposals

Rehabilitation
of
existing drains system
and extension to unserved areas.
Provision of road side
drains
in
future
extension areas.

Avoiding the mixing of


sewage and solid waste
with the storm water.
Properly collecting the
rain
water
through
proper
drainage
network.
Connecting
the water bodies.
Removing and avoiding
encroachments.

Rehabilitation of road side


pucca drains: 8.5 km.
Extension
of
drainage
network in un-served areas:
13.5 km.
Provision of road side drains
in future expansion areas: 56
km.
Letting out of the sewage
water into the tank only after
treatment.
Plantation around the water
bodies
Provision of rain water
harvesting.
Lying of new roads after
completing
the
drainage
network.

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Priority Actions

Strengthening of existing drainages

Improvement of drainages in outer areas

Provision of 56 km length of drainage by 2035

Implementation of Rain Water Harvesting

Development of green belts for the protection of nallahs & water bodies

Short term proposal Development of Naga Talab as SS tank


5.6 Traffic & Transport
5.6.1 Existing Traffic & Transportation Scenario
Patan is well accessed by road. The town is connected with the region through SH 37A, which connects
the town to Jabalpur and Damoh and SH 22A, which connects the town to Shahpura and Katangi. The
effective carriage width of the state highway is affected in the central part of the town due to the
activities related to the informal sector activities and dispersed pedestrian movement. The SH has pulled
the physical development towards the eastern & western direction, which is predominantly ribbon
development.

SH 37A Connecting Jabalpur & Damoh

SH 22A Connecting Shahpura & Katangi

Table 5.22 : Road Surface Details

Length
(km)

Surface Type
A.

Municipal Roads
1. Concrete
2. Water bound Macadam
3.

Earthen
Total

B.

State Highways
Total

% to Total
Length

Condition of Road
(in km)
Good
Fair
Bad

10.5

47.5

15.0

5.0

6.5

29.5
11.5

6.0

4.0

5.0

11.5
100.00

2.0
17.0

1.0
12.0

9.0

2.5
19.5
2.5
22.0

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


The total road length in Patan is 22.0 km out of which 19.5 km is maintained by the Nagar Parishad and
remaining 2.5 km by the PWD. Around 47 per cent of the roads were laid with cement concrete. The
share of WBM roads is 6.5 per cent and remaining 2.5 per cent are of earthen roads.

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Map 5.5: Map shows the road network in Patan


5.6.2 Travel Characteristics
Patan has higher concentration of pedestrians especially along Jabalpur road and Singrauli Road. The
town does not have dedicated footpath along any of the main roads. The related facilities like street
furniture, drinking water facilities, shaded seating and waiting areas are absent. The junctions are not
regulated by traffic signals and lacks of traffic safety measures are observed to proper safety to traffic
and pedestrian movement.

Jabalpur Road

Singrauli Road

Rail & Air connectivity


Patan city lacks both rail and air connectivity. The nearest railway station & air connectivity is located at
Jabalpur, which is at a distance of 32 km from the town.

Need for Bypass


Lot of physical development has come up beyond the municipal boundary in southern direction of the
city. Hence a bypass is required to avoid the regional traffic entering the town.

Truck Terminus
Currently, there is no truck terminal located in the town. Since, lot of inter-state traffic moves along the
State highway, which pass through the town, it is essential to develop these facilities in order to reduce
the mingling of the heavy regional traffic with the local traffic of the town.

Junctions
There are three main junctions in the town namely, Tehsil office junction, Bus stand Junction, Police
station Junctions. The effective width of these roads leading to the junction is narrowed down due to lot
of informal commercial & on-street parking. These junctions need to be upgraded and provided with
traffic signals, signages, kerbs & foot paths. The Map 5.5 indicates the road network in Patan.

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5.6.3 Intermediate Public Transport System


The predominant modes of transport in the town are two-wheelers and Cycle Rickshaws. Lack of
adequate parking areas has resulted in vehicles being parked either sides of SH and near bus stand. The
unregulated movement and irregular parking of these vehicles creating hindrance to smooth sailing of
vehicular and pedestrian movement. The intra-city commuting is predominantly pedestrian.
5.6.4 Parking Assessment
There are no organized or designated parking areas in the town for any type of mode. The rickshaws,
jeeps, and the two-wheelers are haphazardly parked in all parts of the commercial and institutional areas.
On street parking is not regulated. There are no bus bays, bus shelters and truck terminal are nonexistence in the town. The absence of organized parking is leading to congestion at all junctions and
market areas.
5.6.5 SWOT Analysis
Strengths

Arterial road network is organized

Majority of the roads are CC

Weaknesses

Organic form and congestion due to encroachments


in old area or core area.

Lying of CC roads without laying service networks.

Absence of foot paths and medians

Absence of signaling systems at junctions

Lack of maintenance of bus stand

Lack of parking places

Opportunities

Developing bypass road & truck


terminals

Availability of land for developing by


pass roads

Threats

Regular interaction of local traffic with regional traffic


along the arterial roads can lead to congestion and
accidents
Lack of access to emergency facilities in residential
areas

5.6.6 Service Adequacy and Key Issues

The road widths are narrow in core areas, thereby posing services threat to smooth & efficient
operations of ambulance & fire services in emergency services delivery.

Most of the roads in the older parts are equipped with CC surface. Remaining roads are kutcha in
nature, causing problems especially during rainy season. The road side drains being very small in
narrow roads in older areas, and as a result, during rainy season the entire road gets chocked.

Foot paths are completely absent in all parts of the town. The pedestrian movement is displaced
hindering the traffic movement.

The main roads carrying heavy traffic are interconnected by narrow streets; this sometimes leads
to choking of traffic flow. These streets are also used as shortcuts causing noise & air pollution in
residential areas.

The junctions namely Bus stand Junction, Police station Junction & Bus Stand Junction lack safety
measures and hence, needs proper planning.

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Lack of organized parking for IPT modes.


5.6.7

City specific Strategies and Action Plan


Traffic & Transportation

Issue
Lack of Bus
Stand

Goal

Strategies

Provision of bus
stand with
proper
amenities &
adequate
facilities

Action Plans/ Proposals

Improve the existing


bus stand with
adequate facilities
Provide mini-bus
stands wherever is
necessary

Improve the existing bus


stand

Lack of Bus
Shelters

Provision of bus
shelters along
the highway

Provide bus shelters


wherever necessary

Provision of bus shelter


along police station

Regional traffic
is passing
through the
town

To minimize the
interface of
regional traffic
with local traffic

Provision of Bye
Pass to divert the
regional traffic from
the town
Provision of Truck
Terminals along SH

2 km length of Bye-pass
road has to be proposed
Provision of truck terminal
along Jabalpur road
(2035)

Removal of current
encroachments and
avoiding future
encroachments
Widening of roads

Improvement of Existing roads:

Earthen roads to WBM


roads: 2.5 km

WBM Roads to CC Roads:


6.5 km
Resurfacing of existing roads:

CC Roads: 5 km
Widening of Roads:

sub-arterial roads: 4 km
towards Jabalpur

Non-uniform
and narrow
widths of roads

To make
uniform and
regular width of
the roads

Lack of public
parking spaces

Improper Road
Junctions

Lack of Foot
Paths

Provision of On
street and Off
street parking
space in
appropriate
locations

Improving
junctions for
safe and
smooth flow of
traffic

Improvement of
foot paths

City Development Plan for Patan Town

Provision of parking
spaces for
Rickshaws & Autos
Provision of parking
spaces in
commercial public &
semi-public places

Provision of parking
spaces near Bus stand
junction, Police junction
and bus stand Junction
for rickshaws, 2&4
wheeler vehicles.
Provision of parking
facilities near Mela
ground

Widening of junctions
Provision of traffic
signaling systems
Provision of medians

Provision of foot
paths along the main
roads & commercial
areas

Roads Requiring Footpaths:

SH: 3 km

Improvement of Bus
stand junction, Police
junction
Traffic signals at all the
junctions.

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Traffic & Transportation


Priority Actions

Provision of foot paths along the main roads

Provision of parking areas near junctions & Markets

Provision of medians along SH

Provision of high mast poles along Major roads

Provision of traffic signaling systems at Bus stand junction, Police junction & Tehsil office
Junction
5.7
5.7.1

Street lighting & fire fighting


Existing Situation of Street Lights

Almost all the streets in the town are covered with street lighting. The town is well developed with almost
85% of households having electricity connections. The remaining 15% of the households who are not
having connections are the squatter settlements. 10 to 12 hours of power cut a day.
Street lighting is an important component of Traffic safety and management. In Patan there are about
385 street lights with different types of electrical fixtures. The average spacing of street light poles
ranges between 55 m to 60 m, as against the norm of 30 m indicating gross inadequacy of the system.
However, this condition is not uniform.
Table 5.23 : Details of Street Lighting in Patan

1.
2.
3.
4.

Description
High Mast Lamps
Energy Saver Lamps - CFL
Sodium Vapour Lamps
Tube Lights/bulbs
Total

Street Lights
100
60
225
385

Percentage to Total
25.97
15.58
58.44
100.00

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


5.7.2 Fire Services
There is no fire station located in the town. Fire station is located at district headquarters Jabalpur.
5.7.3 Present and Future Demand and Supply Gaps
The total number of street lights required for the present scenario is about 425 numbers. The present
shortage is about 301. By the end of the horizon period, an addition of 726 street lights is to be provided.
5.7.4 SWOT Analysis
Strengths

Weaknesses

Lack of Manpower for fire services.

Narrow access from district headquarter

Patan town is nearer to district


headquarter

Opportunities

Threats

Land available for fire and fighting


services.

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City specific Strategies and Action Plan

Issue

Goal

Strategies

Action Plans/ Proposals

Inadequate
Street
Lights

100 %
coverage of
street
lighting in
the town

Provision of street
lights in un-served
areas.
Assessment of street
lights in future
development areas.
Provision of high mast
poles.

Current gap:

Provision of sodium vapour: 301 Nos.


Additional street lights:

Replacement of existing Energy saver


lights to sodium vapour lamps: 100 Nos.

Replacement of tube lights to sodium


vapour lamp: 225 Nos.

Street lighting for Additional Road length:


726 Nos.

Provision of High Mast lamps: 2 Nos.

5.8

Urban Poor and Their Accessibility to Basic Services

5.8.1 Introduction
The urban poor and slums are by-product of economic development and urbanisation process. As per
2001 population census, 285.35 million people reside in urban areas. It constitutes 27.8 per cent of the
total population of the country. In post-independence era while population of India has grown three
times, the urban population has grown up by five times. The rising urban population has also given rise
to increase in the number of urban poor. It is indispensable to analyse status of poverty for any city
development exercise. Besides it becomes more important in the state like Madhya Pradesh where level
of poverty is relatively higher.
This section deals with the access of urban poor in Patan to basic services, drawing from secondary
information as well as site visits to slums in the town, and interaction with local residents. The aim is to
identify key issues in service delivery to the poor in Patan and suggest strategies that would enable the
Nagar Parishad, Patan to address issues and fulfil its mandate of providing basic services to the poor in
the town.
5.8.2 Poverty in the Town
Various estimates of poverty in Patan have converged to between 50 to 60 per cent of total population.
As per the latest estimate made available by Nagar Parishad-Patan, the slum population in the town
stands at 1,390, which accounts to 10 per cent of the total population and total slum households are 255,
which accounts to 9.0 per cent of total households.
It is now widely understood that poverty is experienced through a variety of dimension of which low
income is only one. Further that within the poor, there are
important differences in depth of poverty, the ability of poor
households to graduate from poverty and the relative
vulnerability of different groups to withstand risks to
livelihood such as unemployment, sickness and eviction.
Effective poverty reduction programmes need to be able to
differentiate these groups and design appropriate and targets
responses.
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A total of 8,708 persons in Patan have been identified as those living Below Poverty Line (BPL). This
would mean that more than 59 per cent of total population in the town is living Below Poverty Line.
Available data reflects that a majority of slum dwellers in Patan are living Below Poverty line. A major
poor population lives around the water body areas where they have ancestral shelters to live in but are
mostly unemployed.
5.8.3 Information pertaining to BPL Population and Slum Population
There are mainly two different types of houses in Patan characterized by type of their housing
condition. Predominantly tiled roof houses are observed in entire city and wood and bamboo materials
used for housing in slums. The total slum population of Patan town is 2731. As per Integrated Housing
and Slum Development Programme (IHSDP) report, the slums are located in every ward in the town.
Map 5.6 shows Location of Slums
Table 5.24 : Ward Wise BPL & Slum Details

Ward No

2011-BPL

Ward Name

HH

2011-slums

Population

HH

Population

Ward No.4

Dr. B.Ambedkar

252

577

177

886

Ward No.7

Pt. Ravi Shankar

82

591

66

330

Ward No.10

Pt. Deen Dayal

56

601

124

620

Ward No.12

Dr. Abdul Kalam

197

568

179

895

Source: Nagar Parishad, Patan


Table 5.25 : Slum Matrix with reference to Infrastructure covered

Ward
Name
Dr. Ambedkar
Ward
Pt. Ravi
Shankar
Pt. Deen
Dayal
Dr. Abdul
Kalam
Covered
Partially Covered
Not Covered

W
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N
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7
10
12

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nd
Te
nu
re
Pvt.
Land
Pvt.
Land
Pvt.
Land
Pvt.
Land

H
H

s
17
0
66
12
4
17
9

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(Sew
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Line)

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5.8.4 Present and Future Housing Demand


The information on housing scenario in slums is not available. However, it was indicated that about 60
per cent of the slum dwellers live in temporary shelters and during the reconnaissance visits, it was
observed that most of the houses are constructed using brick, wood and bamboo materials.
5.8.5

SWOT Analysis

Strength

Availability of land for relocating the


slums

Opportunities

Motivate private sector to participate in


slum up-gradation projects

5.8.6

Weakness

Inadequate physical and social infrastructure


facilities

Poor condition of housing status

Lack of awareness programmes for poverty


reduction schemes
Threats
Deteriorating living standards in slum areas

Issues

Following are the issues based on the analysis done through secondary sources as well as observations
and discussions with ULB engineers, community based organizations and slum dwellers. Major issues in
brief are given below:

Inadequate infrastructural facilities like water supply, sewerage and roads, etc.

Concentrating the larger slums in same location

Lack of comprehensive urban poverty reduction strategy

In absence of proper strategy and policies to create affordable housing stock for the urban poor in
the town

Un-regulated physical development.

5.8.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plans


Urban Poor & Slums
Issue

Goal

Lack of
access to
basic services

Universalization of
basic services

Strategies

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Awareness of the slum


development schemes and
programs
Equitable access to basic
services with minimum
standards, within the
affordability limit and
willingness to pay
Livelihood Promotion and
Community Development
Implementation of slum
up-gradation programmes

Action Plans/ Proposals

Relocate the existing


slums along the major
water bodies
Provide affordable
housing stock
Providing adequate social
and physical
infrastructure facilities

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5.9 Social infrastructure


5.9.1 Educational Facilities
The availability of skilled manpower for diversification of economic base in a town depends on the
provision of quality education.

There are 3 primary schools in the town. In addition to the primary

schools, there are 3 other schools that are catering to the needs of secondary education and senior
secondary education. Students from surrounding villages are dependent on Patan town for education
purpose. The details of the existing educational institutions are provided in the following Table.
Table 5.26 : Details of the Educational Institutions in Patan

Type

Primary
Secondary/
High School
Senior
Secondary
School
College

Poly Technic

Norm (UDPFI)

No.
Area
No.
Area
No.
Area
No.
Area
No.
Area

Existing

Year
1/ 2500 population
0.4 ha
1/ 7500 population
1.6 ha
1/ 7500 population
1.6 ha
1/ 125000
population
4.0 ha
1/ 1000,000
2.4 ha

2011
5
2
2
-

Cumulative Demand for Projected


Population
15346
17175
19000
2015
2025
2035
5
6
7
2.0
2.4
2.8
1
2
3
4.8
4.8
6.4
1
2
3
4.8
4.8
6.4

0
-

0
-

0
-

4.0
1
2.4

Source: Town Directory, Census of India, 2011


The nearest engineering and medical institutions are available at Jabalpur, which is at a distance of 28
km from the town. A total of 7 primary schools & 3 secondary and senior secondary schools are required
by the end of horizon period. Considering the dependency of the surrounding rural areas, possibility of
developing a general college & a polytechnic college is factored into the educational requirements of the
town, though the population size of Patan is less.
5.9.2 Health Facilities
The town has one government hospital and number of doctors are working in the hospital are 5 (3 Male
and 2 Female). The details of the medical facilities available in Patan town are provided in Table 5.27. To
avail specialized services, people resort to travelling to Jabalpur.
Table 5.27: Details of Medical Facilities in Patan

1.
2.
3.

Medical Facilities
Hospitals
Health Centers
Others/Clinics

Source: Patan

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Nos.
1
1
8

Number of Doctors
5
1
3

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The available data is compared with UDPFI guidelines to understand the adequacy of medical facilities.
The details of future demand for the medical facilities are provided in Table.
Table 5.28: Details of Future Demand for the Medical Facilities

Type

Hospital
Maternity
Centers/Clinics
Community
Health
Centers

Norm (UDPFI)

No.
Area
No.
Area
No.
Area

Existing

Year
1/ 100000 persons
3.7 Ha
1/ 45000
population
0.2 Ha
1/ 45000
population
0.2 Ha

2011
1
3

Cumulative Demand for projected


population
15346
17175
19000
2016
2026
2035
1
1
1
3.7
3.7
3.7
3
3
4

0.6
1

0.6
1

0.8
2

0.2

0.2

0.4

Source: Town Directory, Census of India, 2011


5.9.3 Socio-Cultural Facilities
The town does not have any land earmarked for Socio-cultural activities except a community hall.
Presently community hall is not in use because of lack of proper maintenance. There are no proper
recreational and cultural facilities available in the town. Table indicates the requirement of recreational
facilities for the town by the end of horizon period.
5.9.4 Recreation/ Leisure/ Parks and Play Grounds
It is observed that there is an acute deficiency in recreational
facilities in the town. There are no parks in the town. Only one
play ground is located in ward no. 9. There is a need to develop
and maintain further recreational facilities in the town.
5.9.5 Markets
The major activity is observed at daily market, which is located along the Civic lanes in the town. This
market primarily caters the daily needs of the population of the town. The market functions for 6 days in
a week. About 150 people visit the market on a regular week day. Weekly market (Mela ground) is
located in ward-13, where the total no. of shops is about 100 and 1000 people visit on that day. Lack of
parking space at Mela ground is leading to the congestion in the area thereby obstructing the pedestrian
and traffic movement.
5.9.6 Crematoria & Burial Grounds
There are 2 burial grounds in the town, which are primarily serving the needs of Hindu and Muslim
religions. In quantity, these are sufficient to cater to the present needs; however, there is a need for
allotting more space for future requirement.

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Table 5.29: Details of Future Demand for Socio-Cultural Facilities

Type

Norm (UDPFI)

Existi
ng
Year

Community Room
0r Anganwadi
centers
Community Hall
Local Park

No.

1/ 5000 persons

No.
No.

1/ 15000 population
1/ 10000 population
1/ 100000 Persons
1 for 150 ha for

Stadium
No.

Petrol Pump

2011
15

Cumulative Demand for


Projected Population
15346
17175
19004
2015
2025
2035
-

4
1
2

1
-

6
2
-

residential (pop)
No.

Cremation Ground

2 sites for 5 lakhs


(pop)

Police Station

No.

1 for 90000 (pop)

Source: Nagar Parishad


5.9.7 City specific Strategies and Action Plans
Social Infrastructure
Issue
Inadequate
social
infrastructure

Priority Actions

Provision of

Provision of

Provision of

Provision of

Provision of

Goal

Development
of social
infrastructure
to improve the
Quality of Life

Strategies

Development of higher
education facilities,
vocational training centers
and job oriented training
facilities

Improvement of specialized
health services

Provision of cultural &


recreational facilities

Provision of additional burial


grounds

Provision of firefighting
facilities

Provision of hotels facilities


for visitors (outsiders)

town level Fire Station


Improvement of Existing Parks
Burial Grounds
ITI college
Community Halls

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Action Plans/ Proposals


Provision of Educational
facilities:

Primary schools: 7

Secondary high schools: 3

Senior secondary schools:


3

ITI college: 1

Polytechnic college: 1
Provision of Heath facilities:

strengthening with
additional staff

Maternity hospitals: 1
Provision of cultural facilities:

Community halls: 2

Recreation park: 1
Provision of land for additional
burial grounds: 2
Provision fire station: 1
Provision of hotels: 2

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INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

The Organizational Structure of the deliberative wing in Patan Nagar Parishad

President/Chairperson

Ward Councilors

President in Council

Appeal Committee

Advisory Committee

Ward Committee

Departments under Nagar Parishad


Housing, Environment and Public works Department
Water Works Department
Health and Medical Department
Market Department
Education Department
Women and Child Welfare Department
Food and Civil Supplies Department
Rehabilitation and Employment Department
Revenue Department
Law and General Administration Department

Figure 6.1: Organization Structure of the deliberative wing in Patan Nagar Parishad

As shown in the above figure, President and Vice-President are the elected bodies, whereas the Nagar
Parishad is headed by Chief Municipal Officer.

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The organizational Structure of the Executive wing in Patan Nagar Parishad

Chief Municipal Officer

Departmental Heads

Zonal Officers
-

Public Works Department


Housing, Sanitation Department
Water Supply Department
Finance and Accounts Department
General Administration
Departments
Revenue & Tax Department
Public Relation and Library
Department
Fire Brigade & Workshop Department
Law Section and Legal Cell
Department
Planning and Development
Department
Garden and Parks Department

Technical Staff

Non
Technical Staff

Ward Officers

Figure 6.2: Organization Structure of the Executive wing in Patan Nagar Parishad

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CHAPTER 7 MUNICIPAL FINANCE


7. Present Scenario
The Nagar Parishad prepares budgets for every year. For the purpose of the analysis, the Nagar Parishad
finances of Patan have been reviewed for the last four years, commencing from the financial year 200607 and also the items of account have been categorized under the following major heads:
7.1 Revenue and Capital Accounts:
All recurring items of income and expenditure are
included under revenue head. These include taxes,
charges, salaries, maintenance expenditure, etc., and
items under capital accounts are non-recurring in
nature and include loans, contributions by GoMP,
other agencies and capital grants under various State
and Central Government programmes. Expenditure
items include expenses booked under developmental
works.
7.1.1 Financial status:
Revenue income of Patan Nagar Parishad has grown to a level of Rs.611.76 lakhs in the financial year
2010-11 from Rs. 152.20 lakhs in financial year 2007-08, the revenue income had registered an average
annual growth of 53%, whereas the revenue expenditure increased at an average annual rate of 87%. It
can be clearly known that the growth rate in revenue income is less than growth rate in expenditure,
which leads to negative in revenue operating surplus. Since, lack of revenue operating surplus, the capital
account transactions are also considered for the purpose of the Analysis. The capital receipts includes the
grants, Vidhayak Madh etc.,

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7.1.2 Composition of own revenue and expenditure:


The revenue expenditure is more than revenue income. Since, there is no revenue operating surplus.
Accordingly, the capital Income and expenses are also considered for the purpose of the analysis. The
graph shows the composition of own revenues and revenue expenditure of Nagar Parishad:

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CHAPTER 8 CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN (CIP) & FINANCIAL


OPERATING PLAN (FOP)
8.1 City Investment Plan - Introduction
The Capital Investment Plan is the multi-year scheduling of identified and prioritized investments. The
CIP is developed after the in-depth analysis of existing infrastructure, service delivery gaps and various
stakeholder workshops at town and state level. The strategies identified/structured for improvement of
existing service gaps and proposal for future requirement.
The proposed projects are identified under three components;

Projects for system Augmentation,

Projects for system Refurbishment and

Other Development projects.

8.1.1 Water Supply System (WS)


The total investment requirement for the water supply sector is estimated at about Rs. 853.77 Lakh. The
investment requirement is estimated for various components of water supply system, including Storage
facility, pipeline for clear water transmission, internal distribution network and installation of water
meters. The investment requirement for leak detection and rectification in the transmission mains and
internal distribution system is also estimated.
A summary of projects and corresponding capital investment requirement for augmentation and
refurbishment of the water supply system is presented in Table
Table 8.1: Investment Requirements for Water Supply Sector

Water Supply (WS)


A. System Refurbishment
Existing improvement of
pipeline network
laying of network system in
un-served Areas
Sub Total (A)
B. System Augmentation
Pipeline system for
future/additional road length
Additional storage capacity
Additional Treatment Plant
Capacity
Centrifugal pumps capacity

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

km

5.5

27.50

27.50

11.5

km

5.5

Gap/
Demand

Phase
2
20152025

Phase 3
20252035

63.25

63.25

90.75

90.75

0.00

0.00

33
0.00

km
ML

5.5
60

181.50
0.00

0.00

90.75
0.00

90.75
-

2.57

MLD
hp

11
0.17

28.27
12.75

28.27
12.75

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Gap/
Demand

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

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Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase 3
20252035

required

Raising Main Length


Intake Pipeline length

25
1

km
km

20
5.5

Sub Total (B)


C. Others
Capacity Building
Programmes for ULB Staff
DPR Preparation including
topographic survey
Sub Total (c)

LS
LS

828.02

500.0
0
5.50
546.5
2

90.75

90.75

5.00

5.00

30.00

30.00
35.00
672.2
7

0.00

0.00

90.75

90.75

500.00
5.50

35.00
853.77

Grand Total (A+B+C)


8.1.2 Sewerage

Proposed projects in sewerage sector were identified based on the future demand. In this sector
proposals are to prepare Root-Zone treatment system instead of Underground drainage system. Total
proposed investment is Rs. 80.52 lakh, which also includes conducting capacity building programmes at
town level.
A summary of projects and corresponding capital investment requirement for augmentation and
refurbishment of the sewerage system is presented in Table
Table 8.2: Investment Requirements for Sewerage Sector

Sewerage

Gap/
Dema
nd

A. System Refurbishment
Sewerage network planRoot zone system
Sub Total (A)
B. System Augmentation
Provision of DEWATS
(Baffled treatment system)
Sub Total (B)
C. Others
Capacity Building
Programmes for ULB Staff
Sub Total (c)
Grand Total (A+B+C)

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Uni
t

Unit
Cost
(lakh
s)

LS

3801

No's

LS

0.02

Total
Amoun
t
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

0.00

0.00

76.02

19.01

76.02

19.01

38.01
38.01

19.01
19.01

2.50

2.50

2.50
80.52

2.50
23.51

0.00
38.01

0.00
19.01

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8.1.3 Storm Water Drains (SWD)


The proposed investment for storm water drainage sector includes upgradation and remodeling of kutcha
to pucca drains, open drains to closed drains and formation new drains in uncovered areas in the city.
The total investment proposed in this sector is Rs. 419.25 lakh and the summary of projects and
corresponding capital investment requirement for augmentation and refurbishment of the storm water
drainage system is presented in Table
Table 8.3: Investment Requirements for Storm Water Drains Sector

Storm Water Drains


(SWD)
A. Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation of existing
road side drains
Provision of road side drains
in un-served areas

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

8.5

Km

17.00

17.00

13.5

Km

5.5

74.25

74.25

91.25

91.25

0.00

0.00

5.5

308.00

77.00

154.00

10.00

10.00

77.00
-

328
87.00 164.00
419.25 178.25 164.00

77.00
77.00

Gap/
Demand

Sub Total (A)


B. Refurbishment
Pucca drains in future
expansion areas (in km)

Km
No's

56

Improvement of Lakes
Provision of Rainwater
harvesting system

LS

10.00

Sub Total (B)


Grand Total (A+B)

10.00

8.1.4 Solid Waste Management (SWM)


Proposed projects identified in Solid water Management component consist of procurement of additional
primary collection vehicles, secondary collection vehicles, and transportation vehicles like Dual loaded
dumped placers. For scientific disposal of waste generated in city, development of Landfill sites for nonrecyclable solid waste disposal and Compost site development for recyclable wastes. Total capital
investment proposed in this component is Rs. 108.42 lakh, and the summary of projects and
corresponding capital investment requirement for augmentation and refurbishment of the solid waste
management system is presented in Table
Table 8.4: Investment Requirements for Solid Waste Management Sector

Solid Waste Management


(SWM)

Gap/
Demand

A. Household Level
Auto tippers (1 for 900-1000
HH)

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Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

HH

2.4

9.60

2.40

4.80

2.40

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Solid Waste Management


(SWM)

Gap/
Demand

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Try Cycles (1 for 300-400 HH)


Community Bins (1 for 50-60
HH)

11

HH

0.08

56

HH

0.01

Sub Total (A)

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Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

0.88

0.22

0.44

0.22

0.56

0.56

11.04

3.18

5.24

2.62

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.00

0.00

6.83

1.71

6.83

1.71

3.41
3.41

1.71
1.71

0.50

0.50

B. Commercial Area
Litter Bins (1 for 200m)

Sub Total (B)


C. Street Sweeping & Drain
desilting

push carts (1 for 2km)

km

105

0.01

0.065

Sub Total (c)


D. Secondary Collection
Metal Container (1 for 2000 HH)

HH

Dumper Placer vehicles

0.25

Sub Total (D)

10

20.00

10.00

10.00

20.50

10.50

10.00

0.00

50.00

50.00

10.00

10.00

LS

5.00

5.00

LS

65.00
5.00
5.00

65.00
5.00
5.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

108.42

85.44

18.65

4.33

E. Disposal site
Improvements at site
(fencing/storage/segregation)
Land acquisition for landfill site
Construction of Sanitary landfill
site

LS
Ha

Sub Total (E)


F. IEC Activities
Sub Total (F)
Grand Total
(A+B+C+D+E+F)

80

10

8.1.5 Sanitation
Proposed projects in Sanitation sector were identified based on the future demand. In sanitation sector it
is proposed to construct 4 nos of public toilets across various locations in the city. Total proposed
investment is Rs. 58.56 lakh, which also includes conducting capacity building programmes at town level
and construction of Low Cost Sanitation Units.
A summary of projects and corresponding capital investment requirement for augmentation and
refurbishment of the Sanitation system is presented in Table
Table 8.5 : Investment Requirements for Sanitation Sector

Sanitation

Gap/
Dema
nd

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Uni
t

Unit
Cost
(lakhs
)

Total
Amou
nt
(lakhs
)

Phase
1

Phase
2

Phase
3

20122015

20152025

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A. System
Refurbishment
Improvement of Existing
Public Toilets
Sub Total (A)
B. System
Augmentation
Construction of New Toilets
Construction of low cost
sanitation units
Sub Total (B)
C. Others
Capacity Building
Programmes for ULB Staff
Sub Total (c)
Grand Total (A+B+C)

No's

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6.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

0.00

0.00

No's

6.5

13.00

13.00

864

No's

0.04

34.56

34.56

47.56

47.56

0.00

0.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

LS

5.00

5.00

5.00
58.56

5.00
58.56

8.1.6 Traffic & Transportation (T&T)


The proposed investments in road improvement works consist of strengthening /improvement to existing
roads, upgradation of roads, widening of sub arterial roads in the city and new formation of roads in
extension areas to maintain a better circulation pattern. The investment proposed in road improvement
works is Rs. 2883.75 Lakh. A summary of projects and corresponding capital investment requirement for
augmentation and refurbishment of the Traffic & Transportation is presented in Table
Table 8.6 : Investment Requirements for Traffic & Transportation

Traffic & Transportation


(TT)

Gap/
Demand

A. Existing Improvement
CC roads
WBM roads
Sub Total (A)
B. Up gradation of
existing roads
WBM to CC roads
Kucha to WBM roads
Sub Total (B)
C. Widening of Roads
SH
Sub-Arterial road towards
Jabalpur
Sub Total (C )
D. Laying of New roads
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5
10

6.5
2.5

Unit

km
km

km
km

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

Unit
Cost
(lakh
s)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

2.5

12.50

12.5

20

200.00

200

212.5

200

12.5

10

65.00

65

22

55.00

55

120

55

65

2.5

km

25

62.50

62.5

0.00

0.00

km

25

100.0

100

100.0

100

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(TT)

Gap/
Demand

laying of roads in future


development areas
Sub Total (D)
E. Parking Facilities
Near Bus station
Near Police Station
Near Mela ground
Sub Total (E)
F. Bus Shelters

15

Along Police Station

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakh
s)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

km

75

1125.0

562.5

562.5

1125.0

562.5

562.5

LS

0.5

0.5

LS

0.5

0.5

LS

0.5

0.5

1.5

1.5

2.50

2.5

2.50

2.5

8.00

8.00

16

22.50

22.5

0.00

0.00

22.5

22.5

No's

2.5

Sub Total (F)

1
1

Bye-pass road has to


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G. Junction
Improvements (no's)
Bus stand
Police Station
Sub Total (G)
H. Foot Paths (km)
Along SH
Sub Total (H)
I. Provision of Bye Pass

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No's
No's

Km

Km

7.5

400

800.00

Sub Total (I)


Grand Total
PWD Investment
ULB Investment

800

800

800

2400
885.00

289.5
85

648
0.00

1462.5
800.00

1515.00

204.5

648

662.5

8.1.7 Electricity and Street Lighting


The proposed projects in street lighting include replacement repaired and old tube fixtures and
installation of new fixtures as per standards. To curtail the energy consumption in street lighting sector
power saving switches (CFL) has been proposed. Total investment in street lighting is Rs. 182.55 lakh.
Table 8.7: Investment Requirements for Street Lighting

Street Lighting (SL)

Gap/
Demand

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

301
225
726

No's
No's
No's

0.15
0.1
0.15

Provision of Sodium Vapour/CFL


Replacement of bulbs to CFL
Street Lighting for additional

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Amoun
t
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

45.15

45.15
11.25
21.78

11.25
21.78

65.34

22.50
108.90

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road length

Provision of high mast lamps

No's

6.00

182.55

Grand Total

6
84.18

33.03

65.34

8.1.8 Urban Poor


To improve the basic infrastructure facilities inside the slum area and for redevelopment, rehabilitation of
slums following projects have been identified with a total investment of Rs 859 lakh
Table 8.8: Investment Requirements for Urban Poor

Urban Poor (UP)

Gap/
Demand

Unit

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

163.8

245.7

409.5

15

834

178.8

245.7

409.5

15

15

15

15

10

10

10

10

859

203.8

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

1.5

819.00
15

Phase
1
20122015

A. Slum Upgradation
Construction of houses

546

Health & Education Programmes

No's
LS

Sub Total (A)


B. Livelihood Promotion
Provision of training
centers/meeting halls etc.

LS

Sub Total (B)


C. Social Security
Security of tenure for urban poor

LS

Sub Total ( C )
Grand Total

0
0
245.7 409.5

8.1.9 Environmentally Sensitive Areas


To improve the living environment in the Town, list of projects have been proposed which include
afforestration. Total investment proposed for urban environmental improvement is Rs.20 lakhs.
Table 8.9: Investment Requirements for Environmentally Sensitive Areas

Description

Unit Cost
(Lakhs)

Unit Cost
(lakhs)

Afforestration in Lake/Pond Catchments Areas

10

Total

Amount
(Lakhs)
20
30

8.1.10 Urban Governance


For efficient management of the increasing administrative responsibilities and the welfare activities it is
proposed for e governance, restructuring of Municipal Council (institutional strengthening) organization
setup to take up new responsibility, double entry accounting system, town planning and municipal

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information system (MIS), property Mapping GIS for efficient collection performance. Besides this
capacity building and periodic training also proposed with a total investment of Rs. 10.00 lakh.
8.1.11 Social Infrastructure
Total investment proposed under this head is Rs. 155.00 lakh, which include development of community
halls, renewal of existing commercial establishments, construction of slaughter houses, electric
crematorium, construction of vegetable markets and facilities like social security and emergency services
etc. The detailed cost estimates are presented in Table
Table 8.10: Investment Requirements for Social Infrastructure Facilities

Social Infrastructure
(SI)

Gap/
Demand

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakhs)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase
3
20252035

Phase 1
20122015

Phase 2
20152025
18.75

6.25

Fire & Emergency Services

LS

25

Parks & Playgrounds

LS

25

25

Community Halls

LS

15

15

Crematorium Facilities
Market/Slaughter
house/Mela Ground

LS

10

10

LS

15

15

Social Security

LS

15

15

105

65

33.75

6.25

Grand Total
Summary of Sector wise Investments

The summary of proposed investment is presented in Table 8.11. Total investment proposed is Rs.
4212.07 lakh out of which Rs. 3353.07 lakh is proposed for urban infrastructure and governance and Rs.
859 lakh is proposed for basic services to the urban poor and housing for urban poor.
Table 8.11 : Summary of Proposed Investments

Sector wise Summery of Investments

Water Supply (WS)


Sewerage
Sanitation
Solid Waste Management (SWM)
Storm Water Drains (SWD)
Traffic & Transportation (TT)
Street Lighting (SL)
Social Infrastructure (SI)
Environment
Urban Governance
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Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

2012-2015

2015-2025

2025-2035

853.77

672.27

90.75

90.75

80.52

23.505

38.01

19.005

58.56

58.56

108.42

85.44

18.65

4.33

419.25

178.25

164.00

77.00

1515.00

204.50

648.00

662.50

182.55

84.18

33.03

65.34

105.00

65.00

33.75

6.25

20.00

10.00

10.00

10

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859.00

203.80

245.70

409.50

4212.07

1595.50

1281.89

1334.67

8.2 FINANCIAL OPERATING PLAN (FOP) - Introduction:


The Financial Operating Plan (FOP) is a multi-year forecast of finances of the Nagar Parishad. The FOP
has been generated for a short term period (0 to 3 yrs) beginning 2011-12 to 2013-14, and also for the
long-term period till 2034-35. In the context of this assignment, the FOP is generated for the short term
and has been extended for the long-term (20 years) to essentially provide a snapshot of the impact of
identified investments on the municipal finances in the long run.
8.2.1 Objective and Methodology:
The objective of this plan is to assess the investment sustenance capacity of the Nagar Parishad with
respect to the project cost identified in the Capital Investment Plan (CIP) as part of the City
development plan (CDP). FOPs are essentially a financial forecast, worked out on the basis of the
realistic assumptions and the growth trends of various components of given Revenue and Capital
Receipts and expenditure.
The investment sustenance of the Patan Nagar Parishad is assessed using a Financial Operating Plan
(FOP) model. The FOP is a multi-year forecast of finances for a term till 2034-35.This analysis is first
done without introducing the identified capital investments in order to arrive at the borrowing and
investment capacities. The second step is to introduce certain reforms and consider necessary
measures, which is expected to improve the financial capability of the Nagar Parishad. The third step is
the sustainability will be checked with the reforms and without reforms. In simple, FOP is worked out
under three scenarios, viz.

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a) Base Case; i.e. Do Nothing Scenario


b) Introduce reforms with no capital Investments; and
c) Investment Sustenance.
8.2.2 Assumptions and Reforms
The Analysis is based on a whole range of assumptions related to income and expenditure. These
assumptions plays a vital role to ascertain the investment sustenance and would also provide a tool to
test certain specific policy decisions regarding revenue and expenditure drivers on the overall Parishad
fiscal situation. It explains the assumption adopted for the three FOP scenarios:

8.2.2.1 Assumptions for Forecasting Income and Expenditure:


Generally, the assumptions for forecasting Nagar Parishad income and expenditure for the three
scenarios are considered based on past trends (4-year average growth trend or 4-year compound annual
growth rate - CAGR, whichever is lower), subject to minimum and maximum annual growth rate ceilings.

8.2.2.2 Municipal Taxes:


The primary tax sources, viz. property tax, water tax/charge are forecasted based on assumptions on the
base (number of assessments) and basis (tax demand per assessment) and the collection efficiencies. In
addition to the above taxes, provision is also made for estimating income from solid waste, subject to
implementation of the proposed scheme.
Property Tax

Number of Assessments

In case of property tax, the total number of property tax assessments in 2011-12 as per PNP (Patan
Nagar Parishad) records adopted as the base and the property tax assessments are 2544. The number of
properties in PNP has increased from 2631 to 5343 at a CAGR of 2.59 per cent during 2011-12 to 203435. A nominal growth rate of 2.00 per cent (equivalent to forecast population growth rate of 1.25 per
cent during 2011-12 to 2034-35) is adopted for forecasting the number of property tax assessments.

Tax Demand per Assessment

The annual property tax demand per assessment in 2010-11 is Rs 200/- for pucca houses and is assumed
to be revised by 25 per cent beginning from 2011-12, at a conservative growth rate of 15 percent for
each three years. The presumed rate for analysis for domestic houses is Rs.250 and commercial is Rs.350
Per annum.

Collection Efficiency

The average property tax collection efficiency during 2009-10 to 2010-11 was 32 percent & 56 per cent
of arrears and current tax demands respectively. It is assumed that PNP would consider 60% and 65% in
2011-12 and gradually increase its tax collection performance to 90 per cent against arrears and current
tax demand respectively.

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Water Tax/Charges

Number of Assessments

Presently, there are 1135 water connections, out of which, 1108 are domestic and 27 are commercial,
which is 44.61% of the property tax assessments. Based on the population, the water connections are
assessed by dividing 5 people per house-hold. In this regard, based on the growth of the population, the
connections are increased to 1959 for the year 2034-35.

Tax Demand per Assessment

The average monthly water tax demand per assessment in 2010-11 is Rs. 60 for domestic and Rs.90 for
commercial and is proposed/assumed to be revised to Rs. 90 Per month and Rs.120 per month for
domestic and commercial respectively beginning from 2011-12, at a conservative simple growth rate of
15 per cent per 3 years. The new water connection in 2010-11 is Rs.1300 & Rs.1550 and is proposed to
be revised to Rs.1500 and Rs.1700 from 2011-12 for domestic and commercial connections respectively,
at a conservative simple growth rate of 15 per cent per 3 years.

Collection Efficiency

It is assumed that PNP would gradually increase its tax collection performance from 65 percent to 90
percent against arrears and current tax demand respectively.
Solid waste charge
It does not levy a solid waste charge currently. Hence this tax is not considered in the base case
scenario. However, if this scheme, envisaged as part of the CIP is implemented, it is assumed that PNP
would levy a solid waste charge.

Number of Assessments

The ultimate number of assessments for solid waste charge is purely based on the property tax
assessments. It is assumed the total number of property tax assessments is the base for the collection of
revenue.

Tax Demand per Assessment

It is assumed that the average monthly solid waste charge demand is Rs. 25 per house hold for domestic
Rs.35 for commercial and it is also assumed that the rate will be revised for every three years at a
conservative growth rate of 15 per cent per every three years.

Collection Efficiency

It is assumed that PNP would gradually increase its tax collection performance from 65 percent to 90
percent against arrears and current tax demand respectively.
Other Taxes
Other relatively insignificant taxes like Road tax, improved technology tax, Market fees, tourists tax etc.,
are forecast to grow at a nominal rate of 10-15% per cent per annum. These rates are assumed on the
basis of CAGR and Average annual growth (trend) rate, whichever is lower.

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8.2.2.3 Non-Tax Sources


The non-tax sources of revenue income, viz. municipal own sources, compensation and assigned revenue
and revenue grants are forecast based on past trends. The establishment expenditure of PNP has grown
at a average CAGR of about 22 per cent during the last four years. The same growth rate 1-15% per
annum is assumed for forecasting establishment expenditure. The other expenditures are assumed based
on CAGR and average 4 year trend.

8.2.2.4 New O&M Cost


The capital investments envisaged as per the CIP are bound to impose additional establishment and O&M
expenditure on PNP. Such additional expenditure is estimated based on percentage of capital costs as
estimated by the consultants from their experience in other projects.

FINANCIAL OPERATING PLAN


Before moving to the various scenarios, it is necessary to discuss the details of the Capital Investment
Plan (CIP) and its application on the FOP. The next paragraphs detail on the same. For the purpose of
incorporating new investments, Let us discuss the below:
Phasing of new investments: The identified investments are phased into three; the first one, being
the short term is made for 5 years beginning 2011. The second phase is the mid-term and begins from
2016-2026, and the third one being the long term ends with 2035-36.This is based on the demand and
priorities. The following table gives the details of phasing of investments.

Amount Rs.(lakhs)
Particulars

Water Supply (WS)


Sewerage
Storm Water Drains (SWD)
Solid Waste Management (SWM)
Sanitation
Traffic & Transportation (TT)
Electricity and Street Lighting (SL)
Urban Poor (UP)
Environment
Urban Governance
Social Infrastructure (SI)
Grand Total

Total
Investment

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

20112014

20142024

20242034

853.77
80.52
58.56
108.42
419.25
1515.00
182.55
105.00
20.00
10
859.00

672.27
23.505
58.56
85.44
178.25
204.50
84.18
65.00
10.00
10
203.80

90.75
38.01
0
18.65
164.00
648.00
33.03
33.75
10.00
0
245.70

90.75
19.005
0
4.33
77.00
662.50
65.34
6.25

4212.07

1595.50

1281.89

1334.67

0
409.50

The Grant from the central and state government is considered as 80:10 and the Nagar Parishad will get
its contribution as Loan from outside institutions.

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The details of O&M costs for each sector have been worked out and the same has been

incorporated in the analysis. The annual growth rate of O&M cost is 8% per annum. The details of O&M
calculation:

Rs. In Lakhs

Particulars

Assumed %

O&M Cost

2.00%
3.00%
2.00%
5.00%
2.00%
2.00%
2.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2.00%

15.45
0.71
3.57
4.27
1.17
4.09
1.68
1.30
32.23

Water Supply (WS)


Sewerage
Storm Water Drains (SWD)
Solid Waste Management (SWM)
Sanitation
Traffic & Transportation (TT)
Electricity and Street Lighting (SL)
Urban Poor (UP)
Environment
Urban Governance
Social Infrastructure (SI)
Grand Total

Loan calculations: The Grant mix between central and State Government (GoMP) is taken at a ratio of
80:10, while ULB contribution stays at 10% is considered as Loan taking from outside organisation. The
following loan terms have been assumed.
Sr.No
1
2
3
4

Particulars
Loan amount (Rs.)
Interest (%)
Repayment period
Morotorium period

Rs.
573.08
7.00%
15 years
3 Years

The Principal and interest repayments for the Loan taken is


Sl.No.
1
2
3

Description
Year
Principal Outstanding
EAI
Interest due

Year 1
201213
0.00
0.00
25.89

Year 2
201314
0.00
0.00
25.89

Year 3
201415
0.00
0.00
25.89

Year 4
201516
369.93
40.62
25.89

Year 5
201617
355.21
40.62
24.86

Year 6
2017-18
339.45
40.62
23.76

SCENARIO 1: Base Case; i.e. Do Nothing Scenario :


The financial operating plan, under the first scenario which is a Do Nothing situation (without
introduction of new investments). The details of same can be seen here
Rs.in Lakhs

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It is to be noted that the above FOP is done without introducing any new investments. Since, it has been
observed that the TE/TR ratio is slowly decreasing from 2011-12 and reached 0.76 in the year 2016-17.
By the end of the year 2034-35, the TE/TR ratio is 0.59 and having a closing balance of Rs.119.34 crores.
By seeing this, It can be clearly understood that the surplus is in increasing trend. The Computations of
the base case scenario has given in annexure.
Scenario 2: Introduce reforms with no capital Investments;
We are introducing reforms that are likely, rather necessary for the ULB to execute, in order to improve
their financial position. Certain assumptions have been made on this account, which are based on the
prevailing trends in various other places. However, based on the assumptions that are already discussed
above, this FOP is prepared.
Rs.in Lakhs

It is to be noted that the above FOP is done without introducing any new investments, but by introducing
some reforms with assumptions. The TE/TR ratio is Less than 1 for all the period of Plan. By the end of
the plan, in the year 2034-35, the TE/TR ratio is 0.57 and having a closing balance of Rs.132.76 crores. It
can be understood that the surplus is in increasing trend, the implementation of reforms leads to good
source of revenue.
Scenario 3: Investment Sustenance Plan:
This scenario is done to test the strength of ULB after incorporating the new investments on scenario 2.
The same set of assumptions and reforms considered in Scenario 2 is assumed and considered here for
the purpose of Investment sustenance plan. The extract of FOP for few years is given below:
Rs.In Lakhs

It is to be noted that the above FOP is done by introducing new investments. It has been observed that
the TE/TR ratio is less than 1 in the initial period and the same is continued till the end of the year
2034-35 is 0.63 and having a closing balance of Rs.111.24 crores. The Computations of the Investment
plan scenario has been given in the annexure.

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Recommendations:
The recommendation suggested therefore, is that the Nagar

Parishad shall first introduce certain

management reforms and also certain management measures (not included in FOP) to start with, try
outsourcing activities, which will enhance revenues. It is advised after implementing measures, then the
Nagar

Parishad is better to move to the Capital Investment plan. i.e implementing the measures gives

rather cash flows than capital investment.


Suggested Measures:
The following measures are suggested to be implemented by the management of Nagar

Parishad,

which is helpful for the improvements in managing the municipal activities. A few are given below:

Improvement to Property tax collections- Have tie-ups with nationalized banks and open E-SEVA
centers (like in Andhra Pradesh at Vijayawada Municipal Corporation) for collection of property
tax, so that payments become easier and will improve collection efficiency.

Do Campaigns within the community to explain the benefits of payment of taxes

Address Government to expedite in resolving court cases, if any, the books of the municipality.

We suggest to Impose penalties on unauthorized connections

As a final step and a more technologically advanced step, it is suggested that the ULB goes in for
GIS mapping of the entire properties, which will help in bringing all properties into tax net. This
needs to be updated periodically. A separate cell in the Municipal Administration is to be
maintained in this regard.

Automatic revision of property tax rates and other taxes once in 3 years shall be made
mandatory.

On the expenditure side minimal reforms are helpful to reduce manpower and operational expenditure
can be attempted such as:

Introduce machinery for water supply like for pumping etc., and there by the Human resource
cost for the new investment can be reduced.

Outsource of solid waste management activities involving primary and secondary collection; there
are possibilities where, even the vehicles purchases can be invested by the operator.

Similarly, maintenance of street lights can be outsourced to ESCO (Energy Saving Companies

Periodical maintenance of pumps, etc. can prevent huge O&M expenditure and this also can be
outsourced.

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CHAPTER 9: URBAN REFORMS


The Reforms under JnNURM aim at strengthening urban governments and to decentralize and devolve
functions, finances and functionaries to them so as to enable them to function as self-governing
institutions providing services efficiently and effectively. Broadly, the reforms aim to:

Provide for an integrated governance framework with transparency and clear lines of
authority and accountability to achieve the objectives of good urban governance;
Facilitate and promote inclusiveness, civic engagement and effective participation of the civil
society in city management;
Contribute towards financial sustainability of cities - strengthen the financial base of the cities
and make them bankable;
Enable the cities to work towards planned and integrated provision and operation and
maintenance of infrastructure;
Develop partnerships with public, private and other sectors for better provision and delivery
of services;
Extend the canvas of IT and eGovernance to all aspects of city management for efficient,
effective and timely service delivery; and
Promote pro-poor urban governance and work towards slum free cities with universal,
adequate and affordable housing and basic services;
Ensure renewal and revival of inner cities;
Contribute to municipal capacity enhancement.

Implementation of Reforms
Implementation of governance reforms is central to JnNURM. These reforms address issues of urban
governance and urban poverty in a sustainable manner. In what follows, an overview of mandatory and
optional reforms is presented.
S.
No

Mandatory Reforms

Reforms
Status at ULB

Adoption
of
the
modern
accrual-based double entry
system of accounting in ULBs
and Parastatal agencies

Yet to be
Implemented

Introduction of a system of Egovernance


using
IT
applications such as GIS & MIS
etc.

Yet to be
Initiated

Reform of Property Tax with


GIS applications

Yet to be
Initiated

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Remarks
System was not implemented
due to lack of awareness,
professional
manpower
and
software
procurement/equipment. Keen to
adopt to the system.
System was not implemented
due to lack of funds, except few
stand-alone desktop machines
being used for accounting
purpose. Keen to adopt to the
system with additional funds
availability.
GIS Mapping for utilities need to
be done for effective collection.

Target
October,
2013

March,
2014

July, 2013

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Partially
achieved, except
water and
consolidated
taxes

Collecting water tariff from


household level and collection
efficiency is about 60%. UGS
taxes are nil due to absence of
system and street lighting tax is
minimal.

2016-17
(UGS
system
may not
be
considered
due to
proposal
of
DEWATS)
2014-2015

2013-2014

Levy
of
reasonable
User
Charges by ULBs with the
objective that the full cost of
O&M is collected within the
next 5 years.

Internal earmarking within local


body budget for basic services
to urban poor.

Yet to be
Considered

As of now, ULB is not able to


spend any amount for urban
poor sector. Specific allocations
have not been made in the
budget for urban poor.

Provision of basic services to


Urban Poor including security of
tenure at affordable prices,
improving
housing
and
infrastructure facilities

Partially Initiated

ULB has issued few "Pattas" to


slum dwellers in the past years

S.No

Reforms
Status at ULB

Optional Reforms

Remarks

Revision of bye-laws to
streamline
the
approval
process for construction of
buildings, development of site
etc

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

Conversion of land from


agriculture to non-agriculture

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

Introduction of property title


certification system in ULB

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

20-25% of land earmarking


for EWS & LIG category with
a
system
of
cross
subsidization

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

Revision of byelaws to make


rainwater
harvesting
mandatory in all buildings

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

Bye-laws
for
recycled water

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

Encouraging PPP models

Yet to be
Initiated

Possible with the directives


of State level stance.

re-use

of

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Target

These Reforms
are targeted for
implementation
simultaneously
with the
implementation
of Mandatory
reforms

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CHAPTER 10: SUMMARY OF WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS


10.1 Purpose and Importance of the workshop
Developing a Vision for the City is essential for the preparation of the City Development Plan (CDP). A
Vision is a statement of where the City/Town wishes to grow, within a given time frame, and is often
expressed in terms of clear expectations. It defines the potential of the city and reflects its unique
attributes in terms of comparative and competitive advantages, values and preferences of the city
residents, relationship of the city to state, national and global economies and of course, the history and
physical characteristics of the city. A vision aligns stakeholders energies to work cohesively for the
development of the city. Cities need to systematically consider the future requirements, and design Vision
statement to address the shape of the future for the horizon year .
The main purpose of Stakeholders Workshop is to formulate and develop City Vision and Sector goals and
strategies for Patan Parishad. The CDP shall reflect the priorities and concerns of the public at city level.
Therefore, at different stages, consultative workshops with various stakeholders required to be
conducted.
10.2 Stakeholder Identification
As per Terms of Reference of preparation of CDP for Patan Town the following stakeholders have been
identified and involved for the workshop.

MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly)

Municipal Chairperson

Ward Councilors

Chief Municipal Officers

Town and Country Planning Department Regional Representative

Line Departments of the State Government such as Pollution Control Broad, Health Department,
Tourism Department, PHED, PWD, Traffic and transportation etc.,

Private Sector agencies such as chambers of commerce and industry,

South Eastern Coalfield Limited Representative

Government School Representative

State Bank of India Representative

Inspector of Police

Non-governmental and community based organizations

Representatives of the poor communities

Representatives of ongoing urban development Programmes

Representatives of media

All the stakeholders and the citizens of the Town become the planning partners of the City Development
Plan.

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All the stakeholders identified play an important role in the City Development Planning Process and their
suggestions on various issues regarding the improvement of the quality of life in the Town are very much
a part of the City Development Plan.
10.3 Preparation of handouts and questionnaires
A four page Handout/questionnaire has been prepared which briefs the process of City Development
Plan and particularly the Vision and Goals stage of the Process. The later part is a questionnaire
designed to extract the opinions of all the stakeholders in an organized format. The first part focuses on
performance of existing infrastructure and the second part intends to identify the priority projects
necessary for the people (Appendix 1 provides the handout/questionnaire used for the presentation).
10.4 District level Workshop/Meeting at District Head Quarters (Jabalpur).
In the 2nd Workshop stage, M/s aarvee associates architects engineers and consultants pvt ltd
representatives, Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Mr. Raghuram and Mr. Vishwanath urban and environmental planner
visited Jabalpur on 13th April, 2012 and held initial discussions with Director, Urban Development
Department at Jabalpur Divisional Office. Shri Gulshan Bamra, Collector, Jabalpur District has revised
the progress of the CDP work and Chaired the meeting, addressed the CMOs and representatives of all 7
project towns.

District level Workshop

On behalf of the consultant team, Mr. K. Jagadeesh, Manager and Mr. Raghuram, Urban Planner
presented the methodology of the study, Visions and Strategies foreseen for the preparation of City
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Development Plan. The consultants addressed the importance of data inputs from various line
departments in the plan preparation. Handouts have been circulated to all the representatives of 7 towns
and details are showed in Annexure 1.
All the suggestions were recorded during the meeting, and shall be incorporated in the Priorities and
Projects stage.
10.5 Extended Discussion with Deputy Director
Detailed deliberations were made with Shri. Rajeev Nigam, Dy. Director, urban development
Department, Jabalpur Division. He emphasized on

Provision of Water Supply, Sanitation and Solid Waste Management,

Relocation of slums

Giving training on folk art and folk culture to the slum dwellers

Imparting social awareness

Provision of a buffer zone (Urban Forest) along the river bed

Discussion with Deputy Director


10.6 Town level Workshop/Meeting at Town Level:
10.6.1 Preparation for the workshop
The workshop was organized by Aarvee associates Pvt. Ltd with the co-operation of Chief Municipal
Officer (CMO) Patan and the Municipal staff. The information on conducting the workshop was passed
onto Nagar Parishad well in advance so as to invite various identified stakeholders to participate in the
workshop. Workshop on CDP was held at Patan Nagar Parishad on 21st of April 2012. The purpose of
the workshop was to involve stakeholders and facilitate to various discussions, record the Comments &
suggestions to finally incorporate in the preparation of CDP.

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10.6.2 Presentation on Town profile and discussion with participants


The workshop started with Introduction to the CDP Process and importance of the public participation in
the process. Firstly, the town profile and sector analysis has been presented to facilitate the discussion
among the participants (Please see enclosed appendix 2 for the copy of presentation). The
summary/Findings of the Sector Analysis are also done in the following section of the report.
10.6.3 Summary of the Sector Analysis
The following are the Summary/findings of the sector wise analysis and Town Profile of Patan, which was
explained to the stakeholders.
Table 10.1: Summary/findings of the Sector Wise Analysis and Town Profile of Patan

Sectors

Analysis

The Population of the Nagar Parishad area according to the 2011 census is
14624.

Demography

Landuse

Decadal Growth rate was 11 % for the 2001 2011 years

Population Density (Persons per Hectare) was 11 (2011 year)

The estimated population for the year 2035 is 19,004

The residential land comprises of 15% of the total land.

The agriculture area comprises of almost 78% .

Income

Income and
expenditure

Property taxes, Grants, other revenues are the major Income sources

Property taxes and grants are gradually increasing year by year, which explains
the increase in growth and development activities

Expenditure

Health facilities, new construction, salaries and other expenditure are the major
expenditure sectors.

The priority has been clearly on improving health facilities and new construction
of various infrastructure provisions

Economic base
Housing

The current workforce participation in Patan is about 33.5 per cent (including
9.2 per cent of marginal workers).

Number of households are 2910 and average households size is 5.00

By the year 2035 the additional Houses required are in the order of 891

Nagar Parishad is responsible for supplying safe water to the town, having 15
Tube wells, 22 hand pump facility.

Water supply

Sewerage/
sanitation

Water Supply deficiency wards is 15 and Ward No. 2,4,9 &12 less supply

Population covered by water supply is (75%) and 100 LPCD

Total demand of water will be 2.57 MLD

Sanitation system is completely through open drains along the roadways and
houses

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Analysis

Few of the wards drains are maintained properly, but there are issues with the
chocking of water due to presence of waste materials in the drain.

This problem is acute in rainy season.

There are no regularly planned drains in slum residing wards.

The storm water also runs through the same drains causing over-flow problems
in rainy season.

Nagar Parishad is responsible to collect and transfer the solid waste generating
from all households in the Nagar Parishad area.

Solid Waste
management

Tractors available for solid waste collection and transfer

The collection frequency is once a week, leading to stocking of waste along


roadside and near dust bins

Some of the slum wards have very poor management of solid waste; the
situation demands for better frequency of waste collection by the Nagar
Parishad

No segregation of waste at source of collection.

Patan Nagar Parishad is well connected by roads to surrounding areas of


Jabalpur and other nearby places.

Roads and

Nearest Railway station is Jabalpur (35 Kms)

Transportation

The total road length in Patan is 22.0 km.

There is no Public Transport facility available in Patan Nagar Parishad to nearby


places.

The town is well developed with almost 85% of households having electricity
connections.

Electricity

Educational

Health
Other facilities

The remaining 15% of the households who are not having connections are the
squatter settlements.

10 to 12 hours of power cut a day.

There are provisions for street lighting in the main roadways of Nagar Parishad.

At present, there are only 6 primary and 2 secondary schools

A total of 7 primary schools, 3 secondary are required by the end of horizon


period.

At college level education, people prefer to study in Jabalpur.

The Patan town has only 1 CHC which is serving about 226 Villages and 2 urban
centres in Patan division.

There is one stadium in the town.

10.6.4 Workshop Summary


The Meeting was attended by the president, Chief Municipal Officer and all the Municipal Councilors and
general public attended the meeting and gave their valuable suggestions for development of the town.

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The workshop summary has been explained in following stages.


1. In the welcome statement, the Chief Municipal Officer briefed the Purpose of the meeting.
2. The Engineer of Patan Municipal Council has also elaborated on the role and need for the CDP.
3. Mr.Jagadeesh, Mr. Raghu Ram and Mr. Vishwanath, Urban Planners representing Aarvee Associates
Pvt Ltd Hyderabad for this project made a Presentation on the Sector analysis and Town Profile on the
following topics.
The Town profile and sector analysis included the following topics

Introduction about CDP

Demography Study

Land use analysis

Income and Expenditure analysis

Economic base of the Town

Housing

Physical infrastructure

Water Supply

Storm water/Sanitation

Solid Waste Management

Transportation and Roads

Electricity

Social Infrastructure

Educational Facilities

Health Facilities

Other Facilities

Slums and Environmental Sensitive Areas

Urban Reforms

Financial Operating Plan

Funding Pattern

Percentage increase in taxes to raise the fund by Nagar Parishad to meet the proposed
projects.

Detail deliberations took place on the above subjects and many suggestions were given to finalize a
vision statement for development of Patan Town.

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CHAPTER 11: CITY VISION


Introduction
The city development plan is a statement of objectives, policies and standards upon which the physical
economic and social development of the Nagar Parishad are based. The city development plan is based
on proposed broad land use plan (Master plan) showing the existing and proposed locations and intensity
of land development for specific uses such as residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and
educational uses. The future of the community lies in the vision of the city development plan, so it is
crucial that the city development plan be well thought out and carefully written with the needs of the
community at the forefront, with the continuous involvement of various stakeholders and general public.
Developing a vision statement should be the first step when preparing or writing a city development plan,
a well-crafted statement will tie the rest of the plan together.
Vision Statement

To develop Patan Town as an important urban center by improving the


economic activities with infrastructure and
better Quality of Life.
11.1 Public Opinion on Existing Infrastructure Facilities and Services in Patan
The following figure shows the rating on quality of existing infrastructure services expressed by the
stakeholders of Patan Town.
Figure 11.1 Shows the rating of quality of existing infrastructure services

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As shown in the above figure The blue color stretch represents good, red color represents
satisfactory and Green color represents the not satisfactory opinions of the people. Even though some
of the facilities represent major portion as satisfactory at present, the service levels would become largely
deficient in the coming years. The CDP aims at evaluating and providing satisfactory service levels for the
year 2035.
11.2 Public opinion on prioritizing the proposed list of developments
Based on the priorities given by the Stakeholders in the Questionnaires, the following ranking for various
proposed developments are identified. The following table provides the prioritization for various
developments.
Table 11.1 : shows the prioritization for various developments.

Type of Development
Potable water and Supply system
Improvement of open drains
Encourage small scale industries and promotion of employment
City linked Public Transportation system
Proper collection, segregation and disposal of solid waste
Housing schemes for Economically weaker sections
City level Recreational Activity Park
Provision of Children Parks and Cinema Theatres
Self-Employment schemes from government
Allotment of Houses for Retired people through a share based scheme
New Market center providing spaces to all types of commodity Providers
Re-Design of Bus Shelter Space
City beautification

Priority
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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From the above table it is observed that the first and foremost priority in town which needs immediate
attention is provision of better and sustainable source for water supply system. The provision of housing
schemes for economically weaker sections, Encouraging setting up of small scale industries, re-design of
open drains, job training Programmes, public transportation facility, better garbage disposal, and
provision of children parks and theatres would be the priorities to form a lively and healthy living city. The
developmental aspects like water supply, drainage, garbage etc., leads to healthy environmental
Condition in the town and also helps in improving quality of the life in the town.
Vision statement
The city development plan is a statement of objectives, policies and standards upon which the physical
economic and social development of the Nagar Parishad are based. The city development plan is based
on proposed broad land use plan (Master plan) showing the existing and proposed locations and intensity
of land development for specific uses such as residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and
educational uses. The future of the community lies in the vision of the city development plan, so it is
crucial that the city development plan be well thought out and carefully written with the needs of the
community at the forefront, with the continuous involvement of various stakeholders and general public.
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Developing a vision statement should be the first step when preparing or writing a city development plan,
a well-crafted statement will tie the rest of the plan together.
Essential elements of the vision
Because a vision statement will eventually be incorporated into the city development plan, it is essential
that the community identity or unique resources are identified, so that they are preserved through the
development process. Such categories may include, but are not limited to environmental resources such
as streams, mature woodlands, and agricultural resources historic cultural and scenic resources such as
parks and recreation areas and non-renewable resources of economic value such as sand, gravel, land,
mineral deposits. The vision statement in the city development plan must be specific to be effective. The
community should be proactive with its vision statement.
VISION STATEMENT: Planned Development for Nagar Parishad Patan (2035)
11.3 Planning, developing and managing urban growth in Municipal area
By the year 2035, municipal area would have well planned development with economically productive and
environmentally sustainable aspects of growth. The development area will be well planned and balanced
with a focus on basic Infrastructure development, also planning for slum rehabilitation. High Quality
services such as water supply, sanitation, waste management, street lighting, health, housing and public
transport will be available to all. Development area will be governed by participatory, responsive and
people-oriented local government.
11.4 Sectoral strategy framework
The overall vision for the town and the Prioritization of the key sectors paved the way to formulate sector
specific vision and strategies. This sector specific approach with year wise strategies will be instrumental
in framing the action plan/ implementation plan. The sector specific reforms and investments are an
integral part of the year wise strategies and would be dealt in CIP section of the CDP.
I. Water Supply
At present there are 15 Tube wells in the town which draws about 1.32 MLD. The needed supply of water
for the year 2035 would almost be to the tune of 0.89 ML.
Vision
Vision is to provide adequate and clean water in an equitable, efficient and sustainable manner.
II. Sewerage
Analysis from the sewerage sector reveals that sewerage network coverage and maintenance is very low.
The entire town has open drainage system. The poor and slum dwellers lack safe sanitation facilities and
hence are prone to health related diseases. There is also no storm water drains available for the town

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Vision
Vision is to create a healthy community by providing high quality sewerage and storm drain services
based on the principles of quality, equity, value and responsiveness.
III. Solid Waste Management
The local governments should effectively involve in efficiently collecting and disposing of solid waste,
encourage people to practice segregation of solid waste at source.
Vision
Vision is to achieve environmentally sustainable waste management practices .
IV. Development of open spaces
Small open spaces and vacant areas are available in the Town which could be used as public parks.
Developing the recreational spaces with adequate green coverage would also bring lot of relief to the
inhabitants.
Vision
Vision is to create healthy community environment by development of open spaces and recreational
spaces with Public Private Partnership (PPP).
V. Effective management of urban land
As most of the development is confined to only core area, there is lot of vacant urban land available that
can be effectively used for future development in town. The management of these land parcels must be
through efficient land use plan and with flexible land use zoning regulations.
Vision
Vision is to prepare an efficient land use plan with optimum utilization of land for present and future
needs and implement the plan in an effective manner.
VI. Urban Poverty
With about 18 % population of the town living in slums and 57 % Households are accounting as BPL,
urban poverty is a major issue before the town management.
Vision
The vision is to uplift the quality of life and to place the town slum free as possible by 2035 The goals
formulated to achieve the vision are:

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Access to qualitative and affordable basic services

100 % literacy

Universal access to primary health care and no one should die of preventable diseases

Ensure livelihood to all urban poor

Tenurial security and Affordable Housing

Provision of land tenure security

Community empowerment

Linking livelihoods to towns economy

Development of housing through partnerships PPP

Provision of basic infrastructure both physical (water, roads, sanitation and sewerage) and
social infrastructure (clinics, schools, training facilities, etc).

11.5 Conclusion: Brief strategies, actions and projects for the city
Urban Planning & Growth Management
The key issues emerging out of planning and growth management is that in-spite of not having master
plan for Patan town, its lacks in implementation and managing the development in an organized fashion,
which is leading to unplanned haphazard development. Absence of strategic project implementation
mechanism and inadequate financial resources to implement the schemes, lack of private sector
community participation in development process were identified as the existing challenges before the city
Managers.
The CDP process has undergone extensive dialogue with the technical people and public opinion in
prioritizing the key sectors for investments and reform initiatives. The following are the top prioritized
proposals which may guide, facilitate the Town to have a sustainable infrastructure and satisfactory living
conditions with enhanced quality of life.

Re-design and development of open drains

New water treatment plant and supply system

Development of Solid Waste Management system- door to door collection

Housing schemes for economically weaker sections

Encouragement of small scale agro-based industries- Warehouses and cold storage

Providing Public Transportation System

Providing Recreational Facilities

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Annexure-I
Details

Assumption

Tax receipts
Property Tax

10%

Public Consolidated Tax

12%

Water Supply

15%

Road Tax

5%

Improvement Tax

1%

City development tax

13%

Other Improvement taxes

0%

Market fees

8%

Naye Pulo Patkar

3%

Najul Ayi

1%

Others

1%

Income from property


Rajhyashasan se udhaar

1%

Kule Bazzar prapth kiye gaye Udhhaar

1%

Water Supply

0%

Collection on with Meter Usage

6%

Collection on without Meter Usage

20%

Rent on Meters and Tankers

10%

Pratibhoot

1%

Others

10%

Interest

2%

Others collections

8%

House rent

10%

Najul Bhoomi se prapthi aye

1%

Income from selling lands

1%

Fees, Service charges & Penalties


Cycle stand fee

2%

Nikshep

3%

khadv aur peyi products ke vikray ke liye anugnayapith fees

8%

Colony vikash shulkh

1%

Dhalal Commission, agent nappayi tullayi vaalo se anugnayapith fees

1%

other fee

10%

Bhavano ka nirmaan anugna shulk

1%

Vinidhan par vyaj

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Assumption

General

1%

Education / others

1%

Capital Receipts
samany pryojana keliye moolbhoot sadak

10%

State finance commission

20%

Fundamental services

5%

Slum development Programmes

1%

Special Fund for economic help

2%

12 / 13 finance commission

1%

Mid-day meal

10%

Other Works

15%

Revenue Expenditure

Salary & Establishments


a. Officers payment / salary

12%

b. Allowance / Emergency

20%

c. Emergency / provisional establishment

1%

d. Travel allowance

1%

e. Chiki / bhadri / dress

1%

Office Expenditure
Establishment of revenue department and officials payment

13%

Allowance

10%

Emergency computerized taxation

1%

Remuneration

9%

other expenditure / city management

10%

Extra charges

1%

pension and donation

1%

Administrative expenses

8%

Education
Primary schools and mid day meal

15%

Mid day meal programme

1%

Cook / chef

1%

poverty line, boy-girl student stipend

1%

Construction and maintainance of school buildings

8%

library, auditorium,museums

Water Works

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Assumption

Government water

1%

Bonfire

1%

construction of embankment

1%

Construction of Wells ,Lakes and pumps and maintenance

15%

Avashyan nidhi greshmkaleen jal sankat tanker

20%

others (extra charges, water tankers)

1%

- Establishment of Private Toilets

10%

- Establishment

15%

- Provisional establishment

12%

- various cleaning sanitation equipment

25%

road irrigation

10%

Communicable type

15%

Public health & Services


Establishment, construction workers

21%

Akasmikata

10%

equipment maintenance work

20%

Expenditure of work, equipment wealth expenditure

1%

Government , welfare works

1%

Improvements
Lok Nirman (Public Works)
Establishment
Construction workers
- Construction
New roads, lanes and drains construction

1%
1%
15%
1%
10%

Maintenance

8%

other works

10%

- Bhandar aur anya (others)

15%

Contribution for the service providing purpose

1%

Redemption at principal amount

1%

Interest

1%

Expenditure on diesel and oil

5%

Tractor maintenance

1%

Actual expenditure at work done for the private people

1%

Government exhibition fare

1%

legal chargers

1%

Future Nidhi me apradhan

1%

GIS Geographical information system

1%

ABF

1%

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Assumption

Telephone and trunk call

10%

Expenditure fee

15%

Extra
Expenditure on stamp ticket and postages
check book, bank kale, chagr
expenditure on national festivals

1%
10%
1%
15%

Expenditure on elections

3%

expenditure for organising learning other programmes

1%

remuneration for census data collection

1%

Asaadhaaran thata run

1%

Samvadhi nisheph

20%

saving Bank / Dhak Ticket

15%

Others

15%

nikhshep amanth raasi


Expenditure on policies / DPR and other grants

5%
10%

Others
Establishment

8%

purchasing of samagri (Lamp, oil, bulb, repair tools

5%

electricity supply expenditure

5%

New works

1%

forest animals, snakes, stay dogs vinash

1%

Purchase of stationary

5%

expenditure in advertisement

3%

Computer / xerox

5%

vehicle rent

1%

Furniture

1%

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37 A way
Rice Mills

DS
AR
W
TO

Godown

IRRIGATION
CANAL

Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir

50'

Warehouse

Sta
te

I
NG
TA
KA

Sta
te
Hig
hw
a

y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
A
BA
LP
UR

TITLE

LEGEND

Proposed Sewerage
Treatment Plant

Proposed
Sewerage Network

Commercial Use

Mixed Use

Public and Semi Public Use

Industrial use

Recreational Use

Environmental Buffer
Zone

Burial Ground

Transportation and
Communication Use

Existing Roads

Water Bodies

Agriculture

Canal / Streams

State Highway

Municipal Boundary

100M

300M

Scale - 1:12000

50M

State Highway
37 A

ANNEXURE: IV

Proposed

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company


Ravula Residency, Srinagar Colony Main Rd., Hyderabad-82
Tel: +91 -40-23737633; Fax: +91 -4023736277
e-mail: urbanplanning@aarvee.net; web:www.aarvee.net

architects engineers & consultants pvt.ltd.

aarvee associates

CONSULTANTS :

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Existing

PROPOSED
SEWERAGE MAP

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD PATAN

LI
AU

Nag
Talab

50'

Warehouse

Proposed Sewerage
Treatment Plant

URA
S SHAHP
TOWARD

GR
IN
SS
RD
WA
TO

TO
W
AR
DS
D
A
MO
H

Sta
te
Hig
hw
a
y3
4

50'

Tanya
High
School

Degree
College

Naga Devi Mandir

School
Market Area
Muncipal Office

Mad
Talab

Sub-Electrical
Station
Police Station

Tehsil
Civil Office
Court

School

Officer
Proposed Quarter's
Bus Stand
Stadium
Temple
Hospital

Civil
Lane

50'
HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godown

BSNL
Exchange

Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir

Sta
te

50'

DS
AR
W
TO

Godown

IRRIGATION
CANAL
Rice Mills

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way

I
NG
TA
KA

Sta
te
Hig
hw
a

y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
A
BA
LP
UR

TITLE

LEGEND

Proposed Solid Waste


Disposal Places

Commercial Use

Mixed Use

Public and Semi Public Use

Industrial use

Recreational Use

Environmental Buffer
Zone

Burial Ground

Transportation and
Communication Use

Existing Roads

Water Bodies

Agriculture

Canal / Streams

State Highway

Municipal Boundary

100M

300M

Scale - 1:12000

50M

ANNEXURE: V

Proposed

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company


Ravula Residency, Srinagar Colony Main Rd., Hyderabad-82
Tel: +91 -40-23737633; Fax: +91 -4023736277
e-mail: urbanplanning@aarvee.net; web:www.aarvee.net

architects engineers & consultants pvt.ltd.

aarvee associates

CONSULTANTS :

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Existing

PROPOSED
SOLID WASTE MAP

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD PATAN

LI
AU

Nag
Talab

50'

Warehouse

50'

Warehouse

URA
S SHAHP
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

GR
IN
SS
RD
WA
TO

TO
W
AR
DS
D
A
MO
H

Sta
te
Hig
hw
ay
34

50'

Proposed
OHT

Nag
Talab

Tanya
High
School

Degree
College

Naga Devi Mandir

School
Market Area
Muncipal Office

Mad
Talab

Sub-Electrical
Station
Police Station

Tehsil
Civil Office
Court

School

Officer
Proposed Quarter's
Bus Stand
Stadium
Temple
Hospital

Civil
Lane

Proposed
OHT

50'
HIGH
SCHOOL

Godown

BSNL
Exchange

Petrol
Pump

Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir

50'

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way
Rice Mills

DS
AR
W
TO

Godown

IRRIGATION
CANAL

50'

Warehouse

Sta
te

I
NG
TA
KA

Sta
te
Hig
hw
a

Proposed
OHT

y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
A
BA
LP
UR

TITLE

LEGEND

Proposed Water Pipe Line

Proposed OHT

Proposed
Water Treatment Plant

Commercial Use

Mixed Use

Public and Semi Public Use

Industrial use

Recreational Use

Environmental Buffer
Zone

Burial Ground

Transportation and
Communication Use

Existing Roads

Water Bodies

Agriculture

Canal / Streams

State Highway

Municipal Boundary

100M

300M

Scale - 1:12000

50M

State Highway
37 A

ANNEXURE: III

Proposed

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company


Ravula Residency, Srinagar Colony Main Rd., Hyderabad-82
Tel: +91 -40-23737633; Fax: +91 -4023736277
e-mail: urbanplanning@aarvee.net; web:www.aarvee.net

architects engineers & consultants pvt.ltd.

aarvee associates

CONSULTANTS :

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Existing

PROPOSED
WATER SUPPLY MAP

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD PATAN

LI
AU

Proposed
OHT

50'

Warehouse

Proposed Water
Treatment Plant

URA
S SHAHP
TOWARD

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

WARD NO. 1

Nag
Talab

Nag
Devi
Mandir

Degree
College

Mad
Talab

Hospital

Temple

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

WARD NO. 10

School

Officer
Proposed
Quarter's
Bus Stand
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

School

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

WARD NO. 2

WARD NO. 4

Tehsil
Civil
Office
Court
BSNL
Exchange

High
WARD NO.
14
School

Girl

WARD NO. 13
Civil
WARD NO. 11 Lane
Muncipal
Office

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

WARD NO. 15

SBI
Bank

Godown

Petrol
Pump

Sta
te
H

igh
wa
y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

BASE MAP

WARD NO. 11

MAP NO 1.1

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:20000

Ward No

Ward Boundary

Municipal Boundary

State Highway

National Highway

Roads

Water bodies

Canal

Commercial

Public & Semi Public

Buldings

LEGEND

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

WARD NO. 2

WARD NO. 9

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5
WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 10

WARD NO. 13
WARD NO. 11
WARD NO. 14
WARD NO. 15

LEGEND

WARD BOUNDARY

WARD NO.

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY

0 - 50

7, 11, 14

1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10,
12, 15

Ward Nos

50 - 100

3, 5, 8, 13

Density
(PPH)

> 100

Hatch

WARD NO. 15

WARD DENSITY MAP

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

WARD NO. 1

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12

Scale - 1:18000

Project:
City Development Plan

Client:

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

MAP NO 2.1

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
ay
34

WARD NO. 1

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 2

School

Degree
College

Market Area
Muncipal Office

Mad
Talab

Temple
Hospital

BSNL
Exchange

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godown

WARD NO. 10

Tehsil
Civil Office
Court

School

Officer
Proposed Quarter's
Station
Bus Stand
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

Naga Devi Mandir

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

Nag
Talab

WARD NO. 13
Civil
WARD NO. 11 Lane

WARD NO. 14

Sta
te

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
a

WARD NO. 15

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way

y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

TITLE

LEGEND

Residential

Mixed

Commercial

Public & Semi Public

Recreation

Agricultural

Vacant Land

Conservation Area

Canal

Water bodies

Roads

National Highway

State Highway

Municipal Boundary

Ward Boundary

Ward No

Scale - 1:18000

MAP NO 4.1

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

WARD NO. 11

EXISTING
LANDUSE MAP

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

WARD NO. 1

Nag
Talab

Nag
Devi
Mandir

Degree
College

Mad
Talab

Hospital

Temple

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

WARD NO. 10

School

Officer
Proposed
Quarter's
Bus Stand
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

School

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

WARD NO. 2

WARD NO. 4

Tehsil
Civil
Office
Court
BSNL
Exchange

High
WARD NO.
14
School

Girl

WARD NO. 13
Civil
WARD NO. 11 Lane
Muncipal
Office

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

Petrol
Pump

WARD NO. 15

SBI
Bank

Godown

Sta
te

Hig
hw
ay
34

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

LEGEND

Future Growth Direction

Roads

Buildings

Public Semi Public

Commercial

Canal

Water Bodies

Municipal Boundry

Ward Boundary

Ward No

MAP NO. 4.2

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

WARD NO. 11

FUTURE GROWTH
DIRECTION

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

WARD NO. 1

Nag
Talab

Nag
Devi
Mandir

Degree
College

Mad
Talab

Hospital

Temple

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

WARD NO. 10

School

Officer
Proposed
Quarter's
Bus Stand
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

School

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

WARD NO. 2

WARD NO. 4

OHT

Tehsil
Civil
Office
Court
BSNL
Exchange

High
WARD NO.
14
School

Girl

WARD NO. 13
Civil
WARD NO. 11 Lane
Muncipal
Office

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

WARD NO. 15

SBI
Bank

Godown

Petrol
Pump

Sta
te
H

igh
wa
y3
4

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

LEGEND

Buildings

Water supply lines

OHT

Tube Well

Public Semi Public

Commercial

Recreation

Conservation

Canal

Water bodies

Roads

Ward Boundary

Ward No

Municipal Boundary

MAP NO 5.1

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:20000

WARD NO. 11

EXISTING WATER SUPPLY


NETWORK

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
ay
34

WARD NO. 1

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 2
Degree
College

Mad
Talab

Proposed
Bus Stand

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

Naga Devi Mandir

Hospital

Temple

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

Nag
Talab

School

Market Area

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godowns

WARD NO. 10

Stadium

School

Tehsil
Civil
Office
Civil
Court
BSNL
Court
Exchange

WARD NO. 14

WARD NO. 13
WARD NO. 11
Muncipal
Muncipal Office
Office

Sta
te

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

S
t
a
te
Petrol Hig
hw
Pump
ay

WARD NO. 15

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way

34

TO
WA
RD

PUUdana Village
R

DUMPYING YARD

SJ
AB
AL

Dumping Yard located at


distance of 5 kms from Core Area

TITLE

LEGEND

Buildings

Dust Bins

Dumping Yard

Recreation

Conservation

Public Semi Public

Canal

Water bodies

Roads

Ward Boundary

Ward No

Municipal Boundary

MAP NO 5.2

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

WARD NO. 11

EXISTING SOLID
WASTE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

37
0

37
1

37
2

37
3

37
4

378

372

376

374
371

370

370

377

376

368

370

1
37

4
37

367

369

370

374
373

371

9
36

0
38

37
0

36
6
378
377

376

37
3
9
37

377

37
5

377

364
37
4

37
4
6
37

37
7

37
4

371
377

371

5
37
9
37
376

374

4
36

368

36
9

8
36

367

TO
WA
RD

373

365

36
5

37
7

3
37

4
37
6
36

37
5
374

375
3
37

9
37

376

373

SJ
AB
AL

367

375

37
6

4
37

366

34

377

377

374

367

I
NG
TA
KA

S
t
a
te
Petrol Hig
hw
Pump
ay

375

7
37

6
37

37
4

DS

377

AR
W
TO
377

5
37
375

37
5

374

373

37
6

371

4
37

37
5

5
36

373

377

376

372

374
369

372

372

377

363

37
2

6
37

376

376

377

37
8

374

374

373

375

375

363

368

37
8

372

366

Degree
College

WARD NO. 10

379

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
376
Pump

Godowns
Tehsil
Office
BSNL
Exchange

376

WARD
NO. 15
Godown
376

373

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

WARD NO. 2

37
1

Mad
Talab

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

37
7

Police Station

383

Proposed
Bus Stand Station
Stadium

School

Civil
Court

37
8

SBI
Bank

Godown

377
377

37
1

370

371

37
3

37
9

375

1
38

Hospital

Temple

WARD NO. 8
Naga Devi Mandir

School

378

Girl

375

34

Nag
Talab

378

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

373

374

Market Area
Muncipal Office

36
9
380

High
WARD NO.
14
School

376

Hig
h
37 A way
6
37

37
7

WARD NO. 13
WARD NO. 11

5
37

374

WARD NO. 12

State Highway
37 A
377

376

Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir

Warehouse

375

8
37

Warehouse

376

375

375

37
9

377

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
ay

37
1

5
37

376

373

2
37

375

382

378

376

377

37
8

5
37

374

4
37

374

5
36

WARD NO. 6

5
37

375

377

372

5
37

37
7

376

375

378

Sta
te
37
5

375

376

374

376

37
5

376

2
37

376

WARD NO. 4

376

374

4
37
37
8

372

370
37
0

3
37

376
37
4

37
6

375

WARD NO. 1

2
37

375

37 37 378
7
6

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

375

372

374

375

37
5

375

5
37

36
4

PU
R

LEGEND

Buildings

Draines

Water Logging area

Conservation

Public Semi Public

Canal

Water bodies

Roads

Contours

Ward Boundary

Ward No

Municipal Boundary

37
4

MAP NO 5.3

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

WARD NO. 11

EXSISITING
DRIANAGE NETWORK

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

36
8

373

377

URA
S SHAHP
TOWARD

37
1

370

369

368

367

371

370

372 373

6
37

37
3
37
4

374

6
36

37
5

372

371
5
37

370

37
5
376

375

37
5
377

375

37
7
378

376

TOWARDS
KATANGI

TOWARDS
POOLA ROAD

WARD NO. 2
Petrol
Bunk

Bank

School

Hospital
Bank

WARD NO. 7

WARD NO. 5

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 3

Pathani

Adi Vishnu Warah


High
Mandir

WARDSchool
NO. 11
WARD NO. 9
WARD NO. 8

Guest House

Govt. Society
Nagar Panchayat
Govt.
Police Station
Primary
Bazar
Area
School Shopping
SBI Bank
Complex

Primary
School
Post
Office

Kirba
talab

WARD NO. 6

MPEB Office

School of Excellence

VRC office

Kabristaan

WARD NO. 15
Panchayat

Mahila Ball Vikas

Petrol Pump
ITI Private
High
School

TOWARDS SIHORA

LEGEND

Storm Water Drain

Commercial

Public and Semi Public

Roads

Water Bodies

Ward Boundary

Ward No.

Municipal Boundary

MAP NO. 5.3

Tel: +91 -40-23737633; Fax: +91 -4023736277


e-mail: urbanplanning@aarvee.net; web:www.aarvee.net

Ravula Residency, Srinagar Colony Main Rd., Hyderabad-82, india

architects engineers

aarvee associates
& consultants pvt.ltd.

CONSULTANTS :

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:10000

WARD NO. 15

EXISTING STORM WATER


DRAIN NETWORK

TITLE

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGARA PARISHAD OF MAJHOLI

Baranja
talab

Pala
Talaya

WARD NO. 10Muhalla

Primary
School

WARD NO. 1

Purnaji
Bazaar
Talab

WARD NO. 12

College

WARD NO. 13

Saraswati high
School
Sarvotham High
School

WARD NO. 14

TOWARDS JABALPUR

MOH
ANIA
TOW
ARDS

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
ay
34

WARD NO. 1

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 2

School

Degree
College

Mad
Talab

Hospital

Temple

Tehsil
Office
BSNL
Exchange

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godowns

WARD NO. 10

Civil
Court

Hospital
School

Proposed
Bus Stand Station
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

Naga Devi Mandir

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 3
WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

Nag
Talab

Market Area
Muncipal Office

Girl

WARD NO. 13
WARD NO. 11

High
WARD NO.
14
School

Sta
te

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way

AR
W
TO

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

WARD
NO. 15
Godown

S
t
a
te
Petrol Hig
hw
Pump
ay

34

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

TITLE

LEGEND

Dense Areas

Canal

Conservation

Water bodies

Public Semi Public

Commercial

Municipal Boundary

Ward Boundary

Ward No

MAP NO 5.4

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

WARD NO. 11

ENVIRONMENT
SENSITIVE AREAS

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

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te
Hig
hw
ay

WARD NO. 1

34

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 2

WARD NO. 3

Degree
College

Mad
Talab

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godowns
Tehsil
Office
BSNL
Exchange

WARD NO. 10

Civil
Court

School

Station
Stadium

Police Station

Sub-Electrical
Station

WARD NO. 13

Hospital

Temple

Proposed
Bus Stand

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

School

Naga Devi Mandir

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 7
WARD NO. 5

Nag
Talab

Muncipal Office

WARD
NO. 11
Market Area
Girl
High

WARD NO. 14School

Sta
te

Hig
h
37 A way
Godown

AR
W
TO

Godown

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

WARD NO. 15

S
t
a
te
Petrol Hig
hw
ay
Pump

34

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

TITLE

LEGEND

State Highway

Roads

Public Semi Public

Commercial

Buildings

Canal

Water bodies

Ward Boundary

Ward No.

Municipal Boundary

MAP NO 5.5

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

WARD NO. 11

EXISTING
ROAD NETWORK

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

I
UL
RA
NG
SI

TO
W
AR
DS
DA
MO
H

S
t
a
te
Hig
hw
ay

WARD NO. 1

34

WARD NO. 4

WARD NO. 2

Degree
College

WARD NO. 9
Tanya
High
School

Naga Devi Mandir

School

WARD NO. 11

Mad
Talab

Sub-Electrical
Station

HIGH
SCHOOL

Petrol
Pump

Godowns
Tehsil
Office
BSNL
Exchange

WARD NO. 10

Civil
Court

Police Station
Temple
Proposed
Bus Stand Station
Stadium

Civil
Lanes

Hospital School

Temple

WARD NO. 13

WARD NO. 8

WARD NO. 7

WARD NO. 3

WARD NO. 5

Nag
Talab

Market Area
Muncipal Office

WARD NO. 14

Sta
te

Godown

SBI
Bank

Hig
h
37 A way

AR
W
TO

DS

I
NG
TA
KA

WARD NO. 15

Godown

S
t
a
te
Petrol Hig
hw
Pump
ay

34

TO
WA
RD

SJ
AB
AL

PU
R

TITLE

LEGEND

MAP NO 5.6

WARD NO. 11

Urban Administration and


Development Department
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Client:

Project:
City Development Plan

Scale - 1:18000

Municipal Boundary

Ward No

Ward Boundary

Canal

Water bodies

Commercial

Public Semi Public

Buildings

Roads

Slum Location

SLUMS
LOCATION

CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR NAGAR PARISHAD OF PATAN

S
RD
WA
TO

WARD NO. 6

WARD NO. 12
Saraswati
Shishu
Mandir
Warehouse

Warehouse

RA
SHAHPU
S
TOWARD

State Highway
37 A

SPECIAL PAPER
ON
TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION
Introduction
The name of Patan is derived from the Sanskrit name Pattanam, which means city. Patan town is a Tehsil
head quarter in Patan Tehsil of Jabalpur district in Madhya Pradesh State. Patan is one of the important
green pea cultivation areas of Madhya Pradesh. Patan geographically lies between 230 15' north latitude
and 790 40' east Longitude, at an altitude of 652 meters (2139 feet) above mean sea level and is nearly 33
Km from Jabalpur and around 285 Kms from the state Headquarter Bhopal. The city is well connected with
Road. State Highway connecting Damoha Jabalpur 37A is passing through the city. The nearest railway
station is Jabalpur, which is also a Zonal head quarter of Central West Railways. The town is constituted in
the year 1981, with an area of 13.06 sq. kms and comprising of 15 municipal wards.
As per Census of India 2011 provisional figures, the total population of Patan Nagar Parishad is about
14,614. Patan is well accessed by road. The town is connected with the region through SH 37A, which
connects the town to Jabalpur and Damoh and SH 22A, which connects the town to Shahpura and Katangi.
The effective carriage width of the state highway is affected in the central part of the town due to the
activities related to the informal sector activities and dispersed pedestrian movement. The SH has pulled
the physical development towards the eastern & western direction, which is predominantly ribbon
development.

SH 37A Connecting Jabalpur & Damoh

SH 22A Connecting Shahpura & Katangi

Present Scenario
The total road length in Patan is 22.0 km out of which 19.5 km is maintained by the Nagar Parishad and
remaining 2.5 km by the PWD. Around 47 per cent of the roads were laid with cement concrete. The share
of WBM roads is 6.5 per cent and remaining 2.5 per cent are of earthen roads.

Patan has higher concentration of pedestrians especially along Jabalpur road and Singrauli Road. The town
does not have dedicated footpath along any of the main roads. The related facilities like street furniture,
drinking water facilities, shaded seating and waiting areas are absent. The junctions are not regulated by
traffic signals and lacks of traffic safety measures are observed to proper safety to traffic and pedestrian
movement
There are three main junctions in the town namely, Tehsil office junction, Bus stand Junction, Police station
Junctions. The effective width of these roads leading to the junction is narrowed down due to lot of
informal commercial & on-street parking. These junctions need to be upgraded and provided with traffic
signals, signages, kerbs & foot paths.

Key Issues

The road widths are narrow in core areas, thereby posing


services threat to smooth & efficient operations of
ambulance & fire services in emergency services delivery.

Most of the roads in the older parts are equipped with CC


surface. Remaining roads are kutcha in nature, causing
problems especially during rainy season.

Foot paths are completely absent in all parts of the town.


The pedestrian movement is displaced hindering the
traffic movement.

The main roads carrying heavy traffic are interconnected


by narrow streets; this sometimes leads to choking of
traffic flow.

These streets are also used as shortcuts

causing noise & air pollution in residential areas.

The junctions namely Bus stand Junction, Police station


Junction & Bus Stand Junction lack safety measures and
hence, needs proper planning.

Lack of organized parking for IPT modes.

Strategies and Action Plan


Strategies

Action Plans/ Proposals

Improve the existing bus stand

Improve the existing bus stand with adequate


facilities
Provide mini-bus stands wherever is necessary

Provide bus shelters wherever necessary

Provision of bus shelter along police station

Provision of Bye Pass to divert the regional


traffic from the town
Provision of Truck Terminals along SH

2 km length of Bye-pass road has to be proposed


Provision of truck terminal along Jabalpur road
(2035)

Removal of current encroachments and


avoiding future encroachments
Widening of roads

Improvement of Existing roads:

Earthen roads to WBM roads: 2.5 km

WBM Roads to CC Roads: 6.5 km

Resurfacing of existing roads:

CC Roads: 5 km
Widening of Roads:

sub-arterial roads: 4 km towards Jabalpur

Provision of parking spaces for Rickshaws &


Autos
Provision of parking spaces in commercial

Provision of parking spaces near Bus stand


junction, Police junction and bus stand Junction for
rickshaws, 2&4 wheeler vehicles.

public & semi-public places

Provision of parking facilities near Mela ground

Widening of junctions
Provision of traffic signaling systems

Improvement of Bus stand junction, Police junction


Traffic signals at all the junctions.

Provision of foot paths along the main roads &


commercial areas

Roads Requiring Footpaths:

SH: 3 km

Investment Plan for Traffic & Transportation


The proposed investments in road improvement works consist of strengthening /improvement to existing
roads, upgradation of roads, widening of sub arterial roads in the city and new formation of roads in
extension areas to maintain a better circulation pattern. The investment proposed in road improvement
works is Rs.1515.00 Lakh. A summary of projects and corresponding capital investment requirement for
augmentation and refurbishment of the Traffic & Transportation is presented in the following Table

Traffic & Transportation


(TT)

A. Existing Improvement
CC roads
WBM roads
Sub Total (A)
B. Up gradation of existing
roads
WBM to CC roads
Kucha to WBM roads
Sub Total (B)
C. Widening of Roads
SH
Sub-Arterial road towards
Jabalpur
Sub Total (C )
D. Laying of New roads
laying of roads in future
development areas
Sub Total (D)
E. Parking Facilities
Near Bus station
Near Police Station
Near Mela ground

Gap/
Demand

5
10

6.5
2.5

Unit

km
km

km
km

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

Unit
Cost
(lakh
s)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

2.5

12.50

12.5

20

200.00

200

212.5

200

12.5

10

65.00

65

22

55.00

55

120

55

65

2.5

km

25

62.50

62.5

0.00

0.00

km

25

100.0

100

100.0

100

1125.0

562.5

562.5

1125.0

562.5

562.5

15

km

75

LS

0.5

0.5

LS

0.5

0.5

LS

0.5

0.5

Traffic & Transportation


(TT)

Gap/
Demand

Unit

Unit
Cost
(lakh
s)

Sub Total (E)

Total
Amount
(lakhs)

Phase
1
20122015

Phase
2
20152025

Phase
3
20252035

1.5

1.5

2.50

2.5

2.50

2.5

8.00

8.00

16

22.50

22.5

0.00

0.00

22.5

22.5

F. Bus Shelters
Along Police Station

Sub Total (F)


G. Junction Improvements
(no's)
Bus stand
Police Station
Sub Total (G)
H. Foot Paths (km)
Along SH
Sub Total (H)
I. Provision of Bye Pass

1
1

No's

No's
No's

Km

2.5

7.5

Bye-pass road has to


widened

Sub Total (I)


Grand Total
PWD Investment
ULB Investment

Km

400

800.00

800

800

800

2400
885.00

289.5
85

648
0.00

1462.5
800.00

1515.00

204.5

648

662.5

Sector Analysis Report

City Development Plan for Patan Town

WORKING PAPER ON SECTOR ANALYSIS


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Sector Analysis Report

City Development Plan for Patan Town

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City Development Plan for Patan Town

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Projections - Introducing reforms

Details
Revenue Receipts
Tax receipts
vehicle and animal tax
a. animal
b. Niyot kar
3.Asthayi Dhakal fees
Property Tax
Consolidated Tax
Tourists Tax
On road
Improvement Tax
Namantaran
Entertainment
Town development tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
Other Improvement taxes
a Animal Fees
b Market fees
c. Cable Tower
Solid waste Charge (New)
Income from Municipal Property
Collections from Water Tax
1 Water tax
2 water Usage
a Collection on with Meter Usage
B Collection on without Meter Usage
3 Rent on Meters and Tankers
Pratibhoot
4 Vinidhano per byyaj
Saarvjanik suraksha Pension
Oldage home pension
Rashriya parivar sahayatha
Mudhranalay se prathiya
Toilet ka vapasi

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

0
0
202809
89297
133360
177000
0
479000
0
2500
1000
0
0
0
0
6714
260500
312000

0
0
155030
34860
129628
113990
0
822700
0
2614
700
0
42591
0
0
778
261395
0

0
0
171740
0
127284
99952
0
773500
0
2000
2500
0
27621
38345
0
2200
251938
10000

0
0
230000
0
158000
230000
0
730000
0
2500
6000
0
32400
42800
0
12000
310000
30000

1664180.00

1564286.00

1507080.00

0
110800
240000
14900
32500
43000
0
0
1093400
474500
140000
202100
0
2351200.00

0
244585
103672
17025
39575
0
0
0
742425
476800
190000
0
0
1814082.00

0
76458
252908
23695
39745
33307
0
0
1026440
530200
300000
292671
0
2575424.00

2011-12
1

2012-13
2

2013-14
3

2014-15
4

2015-16
5

2016-17
6

2017-18
7

2018-19
8

2019-20
9

2020-21
10

2021-22
11

Projections
2022-23
12

2023-24
13

2024-25
14

2025-26
15

2026-27
16

2027-28
17

2028-29
18

2029-30
19

2030-31
20

2031-32
21

2032-33
22

2033-34
23

2034-35

1783700.00

0
0
234600
0
554422
241500
0
810300
0
2525
6900
0
32724
43228
0
12960
316200
30300
523341
2808999.50

0
0
239292
0
637706
253575
0
899433
0
2550
7935
0
33051
43660
0
13997
322524
30603
835004
3319330.95

0
0
244078
0
728194
266254
0
998371
0
2576
9125
0
33382
44097
0
15117
328974
30909
906359
3607434.91

0
0
248959
0
887364
279566
0
1108191
0
2602
10494
0
33716
44538
0
16326
335554
31218
1040259
4038786.56

0
0
253939
0
867108
293545
0
1230092
0
2628
12068
0
34053
44983
0
17632
342265
31530
1046725
4176568.33

0
0
259017
0
894987
308222
0
1365403
0
2654
13878
0
34393
45433
0
19042
349110
31846
1080378
4404363.90

0
0
264198
0
1049413
323633
0
1515597
0
2680
15960
0
34737
45887
0
20566
356093
32164
1256093
4917021.05

0
0
269482
0
1095581
339815
0
1682313
0
2707
18354
0
35085
46346
0
22211
363214
32486
1310413
5218006.21

0
0
274871
0
1130255
356805
0
1867367
0
2734
21107
0
35435
46810
0
23988
370479
32811
1351886
5514548.16

0
0
280369
0
1326420
374646
0
2072777
0
2762
24273
0
35790
47278
0
25907
377888
33139
1587333
6188581.65

0
0
285976
0
1384119
393378
0
2300783
0
2789
27914
0
36148
47751
0
27980
385446
33470
1656454
6582208.18

0
0
291696
0
1427522
413047
0
2553869
0
2817
32102
0
36509
48228
0
30218
393155
33805
1708397
6971364.29

0
0
297530
0
1672904
433699
0
2834795
0
2845
36917
0
36874
48710
0
32635
401018
34143
2014516
7846586.32

0
0
303480
0
1745290
455384
0
3146622
0
2874
42454
0
37243
49197
0
35246
409038
34484
2102781
8364093.89

0
0
309550
0
1799146
478153
0
3492750
0
2902
48822
0
37615
49689
0
38066
417219
34829
2167669
8876412.63

0
0
315741
0
2109372
502061
0
3876953
0
2931
56146
0
37992
50186
0
41111
425564
35177
2557009
10010243.62

0
0
322056
0
2200133
527164
0
4303418
0
2961
64568
0
38371
50688
0
44400
434075
35529
2668393
10691755.16

0
0
328497
0
2267111
553522
0
4776794
0
2990
74253
0
38755
51195
0
47952
442756
35884
2749634
11369343.42

0
0
335067
0
2657760
581199
0
5302241
0
3020
85391
0
39143
51707
0
51788
451611
36243
3239193
12834363.23

0
0
341768
0
2770745
610258
0
5885487
0
3050
98199
0
39534
52224
0
55931
460644
36606
3378281
13732728.20

0
0
348603
0
2855021
640771
0
6532891
0
3081
112929
0
39929
52746
0
60406
469857
36972
3481026
14634233.14

0
0
355575
0
3343097
672810
0
7251509
0
3112
129868
0
40329
53274
0
65238
479254
37341
4083322
16514730.02

0
0
362687
0
3484290
706450
0
8049175
0
3143
149349
0
40732
53807
0
70458
488839
37715
4256404
17703047.78

0
0
369941
0
3588921
741773
0
8934584
0
3174
171751
0
41139
54345
0
76094
498616
38092
4384239
18902669.89

0
380000
425000
45000
120000
0
0
0
1160000
680000
400000
170000
0
3380000.00

0
437000
816882
51750
138000
0
0
0
1171600
734400
460000
173400
0
3983032

0
502550
1299017
59513
158700
0
0
0
1183316
793152
529000
176868
0
4702115

0
577933
1420078
68439
182505
0
0
0
1195149
856604
608350
180405
0
5089464

0
664622
1630107
78705
209881
0
0
0
1207101
925132
699603
184013
0
5599165

0
764316
1642235
90511
241363
0
0
0
1219172
999143
804543
187694
0
5948976

0
878963
1696147
104088
277567
0
0
0
1231363
1079075
925224
191448
0
6383875

0
1010808
1995132
119701
319202
0
0
0
1243677
1165401
1064008
195277
0
7113205

0
1162429
2081078
137656
367083
0
0
0
1256114
1258633
1223609
199182
0
7685784

0
1336793
2143270
158304
422145
0
0
0
1268675
1359323
1407151
203166
0
8298827

0
1537312
2507099
182050
485467
0
0
0
1281362
1468069
1618223
207229
0
9286810

0
1767909
2607943
209358
558287
0
0
0
1294175
1585515
1860957
211374
0
10095516

0
2033095
2679472
240761
642030
0
0
0
1307117
1712356
2140100
215601
0
10970533

0
2338059
3131527
276875
738335
0
0
0
1320188
1849344
2461115
219913
0
12335356

0
2688768
3250958
318407
849085
0
0
0
1333390
1997292
2830282
224311
0
13492493

0
3092083
3335998
366168
976447
0
0
0
1346724
2157075
3254825
228798
0
14758118

0
3555896
3891612
421093
1122915
0
0
0
1360191
2329641
3743048
233374
0
16657770

0
4089280
4035207
484257
1291352
0
0
0
1373793
2516012
4304506
238041
0
18332448

0
4702672
4132896
556895
1485054
0
0
0
1387531
2717293
4950181
242802
0
20175326

0
5408073
4799887
640430
1707813
0
0
0
1401406
2934677
5692709
247658
0
22832652

0
6219284
4967629
736494
1963984
0
0
0
1415420
3169451
6546615
252611
0
25271489

0
7152177
5079752
846968
2258582
0
0
0
1429575
3423007
7528607
257663
0
27976331

0
8225003
5911674
974014
2597369
0
0
0
1443870
3696847
8657898
262817
0
31769493

0
9458754
6111286
1120116
2986975
0
0
0
1458309
3992595
9956583
268073
0
35352691

0
10877567
6240470
1288133
3435021
0
0
0
1472892
4312003
11450070
273434
0
39349591

15870
219322
0
48400
2290
0
18482
33075
73926
3308
1210
25538
20402
33075
12100
14929920
1653750
0
0
0
17090666.30

18251
221515
0
53240
2450
0
20514
34729
82058
3473
1331
28858
20606
34729
13310
16124314
1736438
0
0
0
18395814.06

20988
223730
0
58564
2622
0
22771
36465
91084
3647
1464
32609
20812
36465
14641
17414259
1823259
0
0
0
19803380.42

24136
225967
0
64420
2805
0
25276
38288
101103
3829
1611
36849
21020
38288
16105
18807399
1914422
0
0
0
21321520.29

27757
228227
0
70862
3001
0
28056
40203
112225
4020
1772
41639
21230
40203
17716
20311991
2010143
0
0
0
22959045.98

31920
230509
0
77949
3212
0
31142
42213
124570
4221
1949
47052
21443
42213
19487
21936951
2110651
0
0
0
24725480.90

36708
232814
0
85744
3436
0
34568
44324
138272
4432
2144
53169
21657
44324
21436
23691907
2216183
0
0
0
26631117.77

42215
235142
0
94318
3677
0
38371
46540
153482
4654
2358
60081
21874
46540
23579
25587259
2326992
0
0
0
28687081.64

48547
237494
0
103750
3934
0
42591
48867
170365
4887
2594
67891
22092
48867
25937
27634240
2443342
0
0
0
30905398.25

55829
239869
0
114125
4210
0
47276
51310
189105
5131
2853
76717
22313
51310
28531
29844979
2565509
0
0
0
33299068.01

64203
242267
0
125537
4504
0
52477
53876
209907
5388
3138
86690
22537
53876
31384
32232577
2693784
0
0
0
35882146.30

73833
244690
0
138091
4820
0
58249
56569
232997
5657
3452
97960
22762
56569
34523
34811184
2828474
0
0
0
38669830.43

84908
247137
0
151900
5157
0
64657
59398
258626
5940
3797
110695
22989
59398
37975
37596078
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0
0
0
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97645
249608
0
167090
5518
0
71769
62368
287075
6237
4177
125085
23219
62368
41772
40603765
3118392
0
0
0
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112291
252104
0
183799
5904
0
79663
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318654
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4595
141347
23452
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43852066
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0
0
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129135
254625
0
202179
6318
0
88426
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353706
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5054
159722
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0
0
0
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148505
257172
0
222397
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0
98153
72199
392613
7220
5560
180485
23923
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51149050
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0
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170781
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0
244636
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0
108950
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435801
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0
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196398
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0
269100
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0
120935
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483739
7960
6727
230462
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59660251
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0
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225858
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0
296010
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0
134237
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0
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325611
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0
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7740791
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8592279
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0.00
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0.00
689211.40
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572520.28
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0
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651581.48
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0
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492957
492957
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1755156.43
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75084063.11
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32448.00
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47640.64
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33745.92
327818.10

1021025.25
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337652.64

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36499.59
347782.22

1125680.34
56740.76
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37959.57
358215.69

1181964.36
60145.21
102829.46
39477.95
368962.16

1241062.57
63753.92
111055.81
41057.07
380031.02

1303115.70
67579.16
119940.28
42699.35
391431.96

1368271.49
71633.91
129535.50
44407.33
403174.91

1436685.06
75931.94
139898.34
46183.62
415270.16

1508519.31
80487.86
151090.21
48030.97
427728.27

1583945.28
85317.13
163177.42
49952.21
440560.11

1663142.54
90436.16
176231.62
51950.29
453776.92

1746299.67
95862.33
190330.15
54028.31
467390.22

1833614.65
101614.07
205556.56
56189.44
481411.93

1925295.39
107710.91
222001.08
58437.01
495854.29

2021560.16
114173.57
239761.17
60774.50
510729.92

2122638.16
121023.98
258942.06
63205.48
526051.82

2228770.07
128285.42
279657.43
65733.69
541833.37

2340208.58
135982.54
302030.02
68363.04
558088.37

2457219.00
144141.50
326192.42
71097.56
574831.02

2580079.95
152789.99
352287.82
73941.47
592075.95

2709083.95
161957.39
380470.84
76899.12
609838.23

1391746.00

1457192.38

1525902.07

1598047.03

1673808.82

1753379.13

1836960.40

1924766.45

2017023.14

2113969.13

2215856.61

2322952.15

2435537.53

2553910.68

2678386.65

2809298.69

2946999.31

3091861.50

3244279.98

3404672.56

3573481.51

3751175.18

3938249.54

1058400.00
52488.00
48400.00
0.00
665336.00
0.00
56105.50
435600.00
3942720.00
238050.00
20000.00
0.00
6517099.50

1111320.00
56687.04
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0.00
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0.00
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479160.00
4376419.20
273757.50
20000.00
0.00
7152466.54

1166886.00
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0.00
790485.70
0.00
57233.22
527076.00
4857825.31
314821.13
20000.00
0.00
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1225230.30
66119.76
64420.40
0.00
861629.41
0.00
57805.55
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362044.29
20000.00
0.00
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1286491.82
71409.34
70862.44
0.00
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58383.61
637761.96
5985326.57
416350.94
20000.00
0.00
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1350816.41
77122.09
77948.68
0.00
1023701.91
0.00
58967.44
701538.16
6643712.49
478803.58
20000.00
0.00
10432610.76

1418357.23
83291.86
85743.55
0.00
1115835.08
0.00
59557.12
771691.97
7374520.86
550624.12
20000.00
0.00
11479621.79

1489275.09
89955.21
94317.91
0.00
1216260.24
0.00
60152.69
848861.17
8185718.16
633217.73
20000.00
0.00
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1563738.84
97151.62
103749.70
0.00
1325723.66
0.00
60754.22
933747.29
9086147.16
728200.39
20000.00
0.00
13919212.87

1641925.78
104923.75
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0.00
1445038.79
0.00
61361.76
1027122.01
10085623.34
837430.45
20000.00
0.00
15337550.56

1724022.07
113317.66
125537.14
0.00
1575092.28
0.00
61975.38
1129834.22
11195041.91
963045.02
20000.00
0.00
16907865.66

1810223.18
122383.07
138090.85
0.00
1716850.58
0.00
62595.13
1242817.64
12426496.52
1107501.77
20000.00
0.00
18646958.74

1900734.34
132173.71
151899.93
0.00
1871367.14
0.00
63221.08
1367099.40
13793411.14
1273627.04
20000.00
0.00
20573533.78

1995771.05
142747.61
167089.93
0.00
2039790.18
0.00
63853.29
1503809.34
15310686.36
1464671.09
20000.00
0.00
22708418.86

2095559.60
154167.42
183798.92
0.00
2223371.29
0.00
64491.83
1654190.28
16994861.86
1684371.76
20000.00
0.00
25074812.96

2200337.59
166500.81
202178.81
0.00
2423474.71
0.00
65136.74
1819609.30
18864296.67
1937027.52
20000.00
0.00
27698562.15

2310354.46
179820.88
222396.69
0.00
2641587.43
0.00
65788.11
2001570.23
20939369.30
2227581.65
20000.00
0.00
30608468.76

2425872.19
194206.55
244636.36
0.00
2879330.30
0.00
66445.99
2201727.26
23242699.92
2561718.90
20000.00
0.00
33836637.47

2547165.80
209743.07
269100.00
0.00
3138470.03
0.00
67110.45
2421899.98
25799396.92
2945976.73
20000.00
0.00
37418862.98

2674524.09
226522.52
296010.00
0.00
3420932.33
0.00
67781.56
2664089.98
28637330.58
3387873.24
20000.00
0.00
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2808250.29
244644.32
325611.00
0.00
3728816.24
0.00
68459.37
2930498.98
31787436.94
3896054.23
20000.00
0.00
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2948662.81
264215.86
358172.10
0.00
4064409.70
0.00
69143.97
3223548.88
35284055.00
4480462.36
20000.00
0.00
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3096095.95
285353.13
393989.31
0.00
4430206.58
0.00
69835.41
3545903.76
39165301.05
5152531.71
20000.00
0.00
56159216.90

0.00
0.00
321926.40
137388.00
457960.00
816080.00
874800.00
0.00
0.00
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551250.00
540800.00
102010.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
347680.51
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824240.80
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0.00
0.00
831409.92
774160.40
578812.50
562432.00
103030.10
0.00

0.00
0.00
375494.95
157295.52
524318.40
832483.21
1020366.72
0.00
0.00
897922.71
820610.02
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584929.28
104060.40
0.00

0.00
0.00
405534.55
168306.21
561020.69
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1101996.06
0.00
0.00
969756.53
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638140.78
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105101.01
0.00

0.00
0.00
437977.31
180087.64
600292.14
849216.12
1190155.74
0.00
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1047337.05
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670047.82
632659.51
106152.02
0.00

0.00
0.00
473015.50
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857708.28
1285368.20
0.00
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1131124.02
977359.67
703550.21
657965.89
107213.54
0.00

0.00
0.00
510856.74
206182.34
687274.47
866285.36
1388197.66
0.00
0.00
1221613.94
1036001.25
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684284.53
108285.67
0.00

0.00
0.00
551725.28
220615.11
735383.68
874948.22
1499253.47
0.00
0.00
1319343.05
1098161.32
775664.11
711655.91
109368.53
0.00

0.00
0.00
595863.30
236058.16
786860.54
883697.70
1619193.75
0.00
0.00
1424890.50
1164051.00
814447.31
740122.14
110462.21
0.00

0.00
0.00
643532.36
252582.23
841940.78
892534.68
1748729.25
0.00
0.00
1538881.74
1233894.06
855169.68
769727.03
111566.83
0.00

0.00
0.00
695014.95
270262.99
900876.64
901460.02
1888627.59
0.00
0.00
1661992.28
1307927.71
897928.16
800516.11
112682.50
0.00

0.00
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750616.15
289181.40
963938.00
910474.62
2039717.79
0.00
0.00
1794951.66
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942824.57
832536.75
113809.33
0.00

0.00
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2202895.22
0.00
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0.00
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928775.16
2379126.84
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2093631.62
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116096.90
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0.00
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2569456.98
0.00
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936490.62
117257.86
0.00

0.00
0.00
1021204.98
379057.83
1263526.08
947443.55
2775013.54
0.00
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2442011.92
1750302.31
1146009.16
973950.25
118430.44
0.00

0.00
0.00
1102901.38
405591.87
1351972.91
956917.98
2997014.62
0.00
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2637372.87
1855320.45
1203309.62
1012908.26
119614.75
0.00

0.00
0.00
1191133.49
433983.30
1446611.01
966487.16
3236775.79
0.00
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2848362.70
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1263475.10
1053424.59
120810.90
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0.00
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1286424.17
464362.14
1547873.78
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0.00
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3322330.25
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0.00

0.00
0.00
1750165.88
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2028946.78
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0.00

Fees, Service Charges & Penalties


a. Kanji House
1000
600
9849
12000
13800
II. House rent
69900
67255
180000
215000
217150
III. Bhoomi aur Bhoomi Upaj ke vikay se Income 30900
11250
0
0
0
f. Various
5400
165
3000
40000
44000
Other Fees
1200
1720
2375
2000
2140
Praman Patr
0
0
0
0
0
Boat fee
4480
1720
2227
15000
16650
License fee
17355
19028
25024
30000
31500
sahukari Licence
26995
25955
46315
60000
66600
Building Construction
2150
1275
1815
3000
3150
Avedhan fee
40
24
150
1000
1100
XI. nagar panchayt ki sampathi ko hani povnchaneka 5000
prathikar
300
5000
20000
22600
XIII. Nagar Palika aur anya adhiniya mo ke antargath huyi
0 dhandh ki21600
raasi ke adhineeyam0ke anudhar20000
ki position
20200
XV. Purana banda aur imaaratho ke saamaan vikray aagaam
3500
637
3000
30000
31500
XVI Visht se banaye gaye campost khaad aadi vikray aagam
500
0
500
10000
11000
Shaashkiy Prathibhitiyon ke vikray agem adhi bank
1695500
se pratyaharan16644060
tender
15400000
12800000
13824000
Complex constriction
660800
443400
0
1500000
1575000
Others
160000
0
0
0
0
Saamchith nidhi
240000
250000
0
0
0
Nikshep
100000
216700
0
0
0
3024720.00 17705689.00
15679255 14758000.00
15880390.00
Revenue Transfers
5. Octroi Anudhan
2934500
4887579
4063800
5660000
6282600
9974600.00
25971636.00 23825559.00
25581700.00
28955021.80
Capital Receipts
12 / 13 finance commission
848000
1273900
849100
1250000
1312500
Fundamental services
1600000
2327400
2320500
2800000
3024000
R.V Ayog Madh
753000
796100
902400
800000
808000
Sadhak anurakshan Madh
313000
500400
563900
600000
654000
Town development
0
0
0
200000
202000
shaniya Nikayonse
0
0
0
0
0
Mid Day Meal
89150
763081
383143
400000
460000
S.P Machines Upakaran
202000
0
0
400000
404000
Bhandar Karch
0
0
0
400000
404000
WBM road
0
0
0
500000
505000
Others / special Madh
0
0
0
0
0.00
slum Basthi
828800
0
0
500000
505000.00
s.P.other madho se
0
0
0
0
0.00
Samsadh madh
453100
69250
0
600000
612000.00
Vidhayak Madh
0
0
0
1200000
1212000.00
Swarna Jayanthi anya
158000
382000
645000
500000
555000.00
Vishishth Madh
0
0
0
1000000
1010000.00
IHSDP
0
0
0
0
0.00
House Construction
0
0
0
5000000
5050000.00
Samudhayik bhavan
0
0
0
480000
484800.00
Swasthik bhavan
0
0
0
600000
630000.00
toilet construction
0
0
0
534000
539340.00
Adhosamrachana vikas kar
0
10125000
5875000
17830000
18008300.00
Grand Total
5245050.00 16237131.00 11539043.00 35594000.00
36379940.00
Total Income
15219650.00 42208767.00 35364602.00 61175700.00
65334961.80
Revenue Expenditure
Establishments and Salaries
a. Officers payment / salary
508500.00
614500.00
792000.00
840000.00
882000.00
b. Allowance
17600.00
13200.00
42500.00
40000.00
42400.00
c. Emergency
8000.00
19500.00
30000.00
60000.00
64800.00
provisional establishment
11200.00
8500.00
10000.00
30000.00
31200.00
GPS
181200.00
383800.00
486100.00
300000.00
309000.00
New O&M Cost
EAI
726500.00
1039500.00 1360600.00
1270000.00
1329400.00
office expenditure
a. i. Establishment of revenue department and officials
534500.00
payment 672000.00
828500.00
960000.00
1008000.00
a.ii. Allowance
21200.00
14000.00
33000.00
45000.00
48600.00
a. iii. Emergency computerised taxation
7000.00
6500.00
14500.00
40000.00
44000.00
iii. Emergency
4500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Pension bhtha thatha updhan
189600.00
185000.00
250000.00
560000.00
610400.00
Power
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
46800.00
58900.00
0.00
55000.00
55550.00
samagri kraya
57741.00
198000.00
174200.00
360000.00
396000.00
power pravadh ka charges
426525.00
320000.00
1099360.00
3200000.00
3552000.00
New works
3000.00
14000.00
67030.00
180000.00
207000.00
Killing of animals, dogs
0.00
0.00
0.00
20000.00
20000.00
- Emergency
36000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1326866.00
1468400.00 2466590.00
5420000.00
5941550.00
water works
iv. water supply
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment aur sandharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
138000.00
132000.00
154500.00
276000.00
298080.00
Emergency
56500.00
46000.00
136813.00
120000.00
128400.00
repair
185000.00
205000.00
277640.00
400000.00
428000.00
New works
780000.00
182000.00
1119306.00
800000.00
808000.00
Pump nirman
165000.00
168500.00
70409.00
750000.00
810000.00
water supply
44500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
water vistharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
236600.00
288000.00
528000.00
660000.00
712800.00
Emergency
11000.00
4500.00
20000.00
650000.00
689000.00
repair
65000.00
650000.00
63451.00
500000.00
525000.00
rain water harvesting
115500.00
120000.00
66725.00
500000.00
520000.00
waste water sandhas system
0.00
5500.00
0.00
100000.00
101000.00
i. establishment of health officer
111500.00
232000.00
183000.00
0.00
0.00

3839405
4031375
16440098
17755306
1005730
1015788
4354725
4746650
251433
253947
0
0
9956583
11450070
502865
507894
502865
507894
628582
634867
0.00
0.00
628581.51
634867.32
0.00
0.00
946139.56
965062.35
1508595.62
1523681.58
5513133.59
6119578.29
1257163.02
1269734.65
0.00
0.00
6285815.09
6348673.24
603438.25
609472.63
1842914.25
1935059.97
671325.05
678038.30
22415216.62
22639368.78
79154608.12
83627328.18
276794329.51 299809228.91

ii. - permanent establishment of public toilets


- Maintenance of public toilets
- provision of Public toilets (Sulab Complex)
- Construction of Nalas and public toilets
F. Kanji House
-establishment
- Emergency

0.00
1800.00
0.00
2000.00
59200.00
3500.00
0.00
1975100.00

0.00
30000.00
0.00
0.00
68000.00
4000.00
0.00
2135500.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
144000.00
3000.00
0.00
2766844.00

public health and services


iv. Road Cleaning
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
249600.00
235000.00
492000.00
- Provisional establishment
15000.00
15000.00
17500.00
- Establishment of Dustbins and their maintenance1000.00
10000.00
8000.00
- various cleaning sanitation equipment
128200.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
7000.00
0.00
0.00
- Provisional establishment
2000.00
0.00
0.00
Others
0.00
18000.00
0.00
D. Medical and health centres
0.00
0.00
130000.00
- Establishment
0.00
0.00
0.00
- medicines
18000.00
47000.00
0.00
- food for patience
0.00
0.00
0.00
Communicable type
1200.00
8500.00
23600.00
422000.00
333500.00
671100.00
improvements
4. Lok Nirman (Public Works)
0.00
0.00
0.00
i. Establishment
122400.00
156000.00
126000.00
ii. Buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
Construction workers
0.00
0.00
230000.00
- Construction
236079.00
280000.00
326000.00
- Maintenance (WBM)
0.00
660000.00
163451.00
IHSDP
0.00
500000.00
284000.00
construction of houses
0.00
0.00
0.00
iii. Construction of Roads, paths, drains maintenance 0.00
and renovation 0.00
0.00
New roads, lanes and drains construction
748200.00
685000.00
1223000.00
Maintenance
250000.00
150000.00
352000.00
iv. Anushandhan
609945.00
660000.00
850360.00
other works
349200.00
380000.00
450000.00
- Bhandar aur anya (others)
314500.00
110000.00
172596.00
Plantation
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
73500.00
180000.00
0.00
- Emergency
0.00
160000.00
0.00
- construction of buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
- maintenance of building
14500.00
200000.00
293000.00
- Returns
1052800.00
1534500.00
2083000.00
other returns
110000.00
4500.00
1000.00
Others
5000.00
28000.00
0.00
- government education
0.00
5000.00
0.00
Mid day meal programme
314200.00
160000.00
0.00
poverty line, boy-girl student stipend
50618.00
0.00
0.00
Nirman aur marammath (construction and repair)
0.00
1000.00
0.00
- Bal sadhan sishu mandir etc (Kids zone, baby school0.00
etc)
54000.00
96953.00
- Vinidhaan
1210600.00
760000.00
0.00
prathiboothiyo me run nivaaran nidhi ko chodkar
1295600.00
sanchit nidhi jama
1695000.00
0.00
Samvadhi nisheph
0.00
100000.00
0.00
saving Bank / Dhak Ticket
355500.00
250000.00
220000.00
others
0.00
300000.00
0.00
nikhshep amanth raasi
85000.00
100000.00
0.00
7197642.00
9113000.00 6871360.00
others
Redemption at principal amount
46705.00
29000.00
96400.00
Actual expenditure at work done for the private people
26250.00
29000.00
4550.00
Government exhibition fare
0.00
0.00
0.00
legal chargers
123100.00
223000.00
220540.00
Future Nidhi me apradhan
18500.00
50000.00
39320.00
Telephone and trunk call
0.00
0.00
0.00
Expenditure fee
2500.00
12000.00
7800.00
Extra
500.00
0.00
0.00
Expenditure on stamp ticket and postages
3000.00
15000.00
47175.00
220555.00
358000.00
415785.00
Grand total
11868663.00 14447900.00 14552279.00
Operating Surplus
TE/TR
Opening Balance
Closing Balance

380000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
144000.00
30000.00
10000.00
5320000.00

383800.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
158400.00
32700.00
10100.00
5605280.00

387638.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
174240.00
35643.00
10201.00
5910100.40

391514.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
191664.00
38850.87
10303.01
6235904.85

395429.52
0.00
0.00
0.00
210830.40
42347.45
10406.04
6584247.76

399383.82
0.00
0.00
0.00
231913.44
46158.72
10510.10
6956803.02

403377.66
0.00
0.00
0.00
255104.78
50313.00
10615.20
7355373.43

407411.43
0.00
0.00
0.00
280615.26
54841.17
10721.35
7781900.89

411485.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
308676.79
59776.88
10828.57
8238477.46

415600.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
339544.47
65156.80
10936.85
8727357.20

419756.41
0.00
0.00
0.00
373498.91
71020.91
11046.22
9250969.08

423953.97
0.00
0.00
0.00
410848.81
77412.79
11156.68
9811930.90

428193.51
0.00
0.00
0.00
451933.69
84379.94
11268.25
10413064.34

432475.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
497127.05
91974.14
11380.93
11057411.22

436800.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
546839.76
100251.81
11494.74
11748251.11

441168.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
601523.74
109274.47
11609.69
12489120.36

445579.89
0.00
0.00
0.00
661676.11
119109.18
11725.79
13283832.70

450035.68
0.00
0.00
0.00
727843.72
129829.00
11843.04
14136501.51

454536.04
0.00
0.00
0.00
800628.09
141513.61
11961.47
15051563.93

459081.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
880690.90
154249.84
12081.09
16033806.95

463672.22
0.00
0.00
0.00
968759.99
168132.32
12201.90
17088395.61

468308.94
0.00
0.00
0.00
1065635.99
183264.23
12323.92
18220903.58

472992.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
1172199.59
199758.01
12447.16
19437346.18

477721.95
0.00
0.00
0.00
1289419.55
217736.23
12571.63
20744216.24

482499.17
0.00
0.00
0.00
1418361.51
237332.50
12697.35
22148522.81

0.00
560000.00
40000.00
80000.00
600000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
150000.00
0.00
80000.00
1510000.00

0.00
593600.00
42400.00
88000.00
648000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
165000.00
0.00
88000.00
1625000.00

0.00
629216.00
44944.00
96800.00
699840.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
181500.00
0.00
96800.00
1749100.00

0.00
666968.96
47640.64
106480.00
755827.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
199650.00
0.00
106480.00
1883046.80

0.00
706987.10
50499.08
117128.00
816293.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
219615.00
0.00
117128.00
2027650.55

0.00
749406.32
53529.02
128840.80
881596.85
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
241576.50
0.00
128840.80
2183790.29

0.00
794370.70
56740.76
141724.88
952124.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
265734.15
0.00
141724.88
2352419.97

0.00
842032.95
60145.21
155897.37
1028294.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
292307.57
0.00
155897.37
2534575.02

0.00
892554.92
63753.92
171487.10
1110558.13
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
321538.32
0.00
171487.10
2731379.50

0.00
946108.22
67579.16
188635.82
1199402.78
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
353692.15
0.00
188635.82
2944053.94

0.00
1002874.71
71633.91
207499.40
1295355.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
389061.37
0.00
207499.40
3173923.78

0.00
1063047.19
75931.94
228249.34
1398983.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
427967.51
0.00
228249.34
3422428.71

0.00
1126830.02
80487.86
251074.27
1510902.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
470764.26
0.00
251074.27
3691132.75

0.00
1194439.83
85317.13
276181.70
1631774.24
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
517840.68
0.00
276181.70
3981735.27

0.00
1266106.22
90436.16
303799.87
1762316.17
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
569624.75
0.00
303799.87
4296083.03

0.00
1342072.59
95862.33
334179.85
1903301.47
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
626587.23
0.00
334179.85
4636183.32

0.00
1422596.94
101614.07
367597.84
2055565.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
689245.95
0.00
367597.84
5004218.22

0.00
1507952.76
107710.91
404357.62
2220010.83
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
758170.54
0.00
404357.62
5402560.29

0.00
1598429.93
114173.57
444793.39
2397611.70
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
833987.60
0.00
444793.39
5833789.56

0.00
1694335.72
121023.98
489272.72
2589420.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
917386.36
0.00
489272.72
6300712.14

0.00
1795995.86
128285.42
538200.00
2796574.29
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1009124.99
0.00
538200.00
6806380.55

0.00
1903755.62
135982.54
592020.00
3020300.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1110037.49
0.00
592020.00
7354115.87

0.00
2017980.95
144141.50
651222.00
3261924.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1221041.24
0.00
651222.00
7947531.93

0.00
2139059.81
152789.99
716344.19
3522878.19
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1343145.36
0.00
716344.19
8590561.74

0.00
2267403.40
161957.39
787978.61
3804708.44
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1477459.90
0.00
787978.61
9287486.36

0.00
280000.00
0.00
800000.00
600000.00
800000.00
0.00
22800000.00
0.00
1200000.00
560000.00
1230000.00
600000.00
400000.00
0.00
40000.00
60000.00
10000.00
500000.00
2530000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100000.00
0.00
0.00
800000.00
1528700.00
0.00
0.00
34838700.00

0.00
294000.00
0.00
808000.00
636000.00
808000.00
0.00
23028000.00
0.00
1248000.00
593600.00
1291500.00
618000.00
408000.00
0.00
40400.00
60600.00
10100.00
550000.00
2681800.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
101000.00
0.00
0.00
808000.00
1666283.00
0.00
0.00
35651283.00

0.00
308700.00
0.00
816080.00
674160.00
816080.00
0.00
23258280.00
0.00
1297920.00
629216.00
1356075.00
636540.00
416160.00
0.00
40804.00
61206.00
10201.00
605000.00
2842708.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
102010.00
0.00
0.00
816080.00
1816248.47
0.00
0.00
36503468.47

0.00
324135.00
0.00
824240.80
714609.60
824240.80
0.00
23490862.80
0.00
1349836.80
666968.96
1423878.75
655636.20
424483.20
0.00
41212.04
61818.06
10303.01
665500.00
3013270.48
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
103030.10
0.00
0.00
824240.80
1979710.83
0.00
0.00
37397978.23

0.00
340341.75
0.00
832483.21
757486.18
832483.21
0.00
23725771.43
0.00
1403830.27
706987.10
1495072.69
675305.29
432972.86
0.00
41624.16
62436.24
10406.04
732050.00
3194066.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
104060.40
0.00
0.00
832483.21
2157884.81
0.00
0.00
38337745.54

0.00
357358.84
0.00
840808.04
802935.35
840808.04
0.00
23963029.14
0.00
1459983.48
749406.32
1569826.32
695564.44
441632.32
0.00
42040.40
63060.60
10510.10
805255.00
3385710.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
105101.01
0.00
0.00
840808.04
2352094.44
0.00
0.00
39325932.60

0.00
375226.78
0.00
849216.12
851111.47
849216.12
0.00
24202659.43
0.00
1518382.82
794370.70
1648317.64
716431.38
450464.97
0.00
42460.81
63691.21
10615.20
885780.50
3588853.35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
106152.02
0.00
0.00
849216.12
2563782.94
0.00
0.00
40365949.58

0.00
393988.12
0.00
857708.28
902178.16
857708.28
0.00
24444686.03
0.00
1579118.14
842032.95
1730733.52
737924.32
459474.27
0.00
42885.41
64328.12
10721.35
974358.55
3804184.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
107213.54
0.00
0.00
857708.28
2794523.40
0.00
0.00
41461475.27

0.00
413687.52
0.00
866285.36
956308.84
866285.36
0.00
24689132.89
0.00
1642282.86
892554.92
1817270.20
760062.05
468663.75
0.00
43314.27
64971.40
10828.57
1071794.41
4032435.63
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
108285.67
0.00
0.00
866285.36
3046030.51
0.00
0.00
42616479.58

0.00
434371.90
0.00
874948.22
1013687.38
874948.22
0.00
24936024.22
0.00
1707974.17
946108.22
1908133.71
782863.91
478037.03
0.00
43747.41
65621.12
10936.85
1178973.85
4274381.77
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
109368.53
0.00
0.00
874948.22
3320173.26
0.00
0.00
43835247.96

0.00
456090.50
0.00
883697.70
1074508.62
883697.70
0.00
25185384.46
0.00
1776293.14
1002874.71
2003540.39
806349.83
487597.77
0.00
44184.89
66277.33
11046.22
1296871.23
4530844.67
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
110462.21
0.00
0.00
883697.70
3618988.85
0.00
0.00
45122407.91

0.00
478895.02
0.00
892534.68
1138979.14
892534.68
0.00
25437238.30
0.00
1847344.87
1063047.19
2103717.41
830540.32
497349.72
0.00
44626.73
66940.10
11156.68
1426558.35
4802695.35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
111566.83
0.00
0.00
892534.68
3944697.85
0.00
0.00
46482957.91

0.00
502839.77
0.00
901460.02
1207317.88
901460.02
0.00
25691610.69
0.00
1921238.66
1126830.02
2208903.28
855456.53
507296.72
0.00
45073.00
67609.50
11268.25
1569214.19
5090857.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
112682.50
0.00
0.00
901460.02
4299720.65
0.00
0.00
47922298.80

0.00
527981.76
0.00
910474.62
1279756.96
910474.62
0.00
25948526.79
0.00
1998088.21
1194439.83
2319348.45
881120.23
517442.65
0.00
45523.73
68285.60
11380.93
1726135.61
5396308.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
113809.33
0.00
0.00
910474.62
4686695.51
0.00
0.00
49446267.95

0.00
554380.85
0.00
919579.37
1356542.37
919579.37
0.00
26208012.06
0.00
2078011.74
1266106.22
2435315.87
907553.83
527791.51
0.00
45978.97
68968.45
11494.74
1898749.17
5720087.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
114947.42
0.00
0.00
919579.37
5108498.11
0.00
0.00
51061176.42

0.00
582099.89
0.00
928775.16
1437934.92
928775.16
0.00
26470092.18
0.00
2161132.21
1342072.59
2557081.66
934780.45
538347.34
0.00
46438.76
69658.14
11609.69
2088624.08
6063292.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
116096.90
0.00
0.00
928775.16
5568262.94
0.00
0.00
52773849.45

0.00
611204.88
0.00
938062.92
1524211.01
938062.92
0.00
26734793.10
0.00
2247577.49
1422596.94
2684935.74
962823.86
549114.28
0.00
46903.15
70354.72
11725.79
2297486.49
6427089.76
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
117257.86
0.00
0.00
938062.92
6069406.60
0.00
0.00
54591670.45

0.00
641765.13
0.00
947443.55
1615663.67
947443.55
0.00
27002141.04
0.00
2337480.59
1507952.76
2819182.53
991708.58
560096.57
0.00
47372.18
71058.27
11843.04
2527235.14
6812715.15
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
118430.44
0.00
0.00
947443.55
6615653.19
0.00
0.00
56522628.92

0.00
673853.39
0.00
956917.98
1712603.49
956917.98
0.00
27272162.45
0.00
2430979.82
1598429.93
2960141.66
1021459.84
571298.50
0.00
47845.90
71768.85
11961.47
2779958.66
7221478.06
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
119614.75
0.00
0.00
956917.98
7211061.98
0.00
0.00
58575372.67

0.00
707546.05
0.00
966487.16
1815359.70
966487.16
0.00
27544884.07
0.00
2528219.01
1694335.72
3108148.74
1052103.63
582724.47
0.00
48324.36
72486.54
12081.09
3057954.52
7654766.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
120810.90
0.00
0.00
966487.16
7860057.56
0.00
0.00
60759264.58

0.00
742923.36
0.00
976152.03
1924281.28
976152.03
0.00
27820332.91
0.00
2629347.77
1795995.86
3263556.18
1083666.74
594378.96
0.00
48807.60
73211.40
12201.90
3363749.97
8114052.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
122019.00
0.00
0.00
976152.03
8567462.74
0.00
0.00
63084444.53

0.00
780069.53
0.00
985913.55
2039738.16
985913.55
0.00
28098536.24
0.00
2734521.68
1903755.62
3426733.99
1116176.74
606266.54
0.00
49295.68
73943.52
12323.92
3700124.97
8600895.91
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
123239.19
0.00
0.00
985913.55
9338534.39
0.00
0.00
65561896.72

0.00
819073.00
0.00
995772.69
2162122.45
995772.69
0.00
28379521.60
0.00
2843902.55
2017980.95
3598070.69
1149662.05
618391.87
0.00
49788.63
74682.95
12447.16
4070137.47
9116949.66
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
124471.59
0.00
0.00
995772.69
10179002.48
0.00
0.00
68203523.17

0.00
860026.65
0.00
1005730.41
2291849.80
1005730.41
0.00
28663316.82
0.00
2957658.65
2139059.81
3777974.22
1184151.91
630759.71
0.00
50286.52
75429.78
12571.63
4477151.22
9663966.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
125716.30
0.00
0.00
1005730.41
11095112.71
0.00
0.00
71022223.60

0.00
903027.98
0.00
1015787.72
2429360.78
1015787.72
0.00
28949949.99
0.00
3075965.00
2267403.40
3966872.93
1219676.46
643374.90
0.00
50789.39
76184.08
12697.35
4924866.34
10243804.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
126973.46
0.00
0.00
1015787.72
12093672.85
0.00
0.00
74031982.71

50000.00
150000.00
0.00
480000.00
60000.00
10000.00
15000.00
0.00
130000.00
895000.00
49253700.00

50500.00
162000.00
0.00
504000.00
61800.00
10100.00
16350.00
0.00
144300.00
949050.00
51101563.00

51005.00
174960.00
0.00
529200.00
63654.00
10201.00
17821.50
0.00
160173.00
1007014.50
53078528.87

51515.05
188956.80
0.00
555660.00
65563.62
10303.01
19425.44
0.00
177792.03
1069215.95
55195804.74

52030.20
204073.34
0.00
583443.00
67530.53
10406.04
21173.72
0.00
197349.15
1136005.99
57465665.28

52550.50
220399.21
0.00
612615.15
69556.44
10510.10
23079.36
0.00
219057.56
1207768.33
59901560.69

53076.01
238031.15
0.00
643245.91
71643.14
10615.20
25156.50
0.00
243153.89
1284921.80
62518236.32

53606.77
257073.64
0.00
675408.20
73792.43
10721.35
27420.59
0.00
269900.82
1367923.80
65331864.87

54142.84
277639.53
0.00
709178.61
76006.20
10828.57
29888.44
0.00
299589.91
1457274.10
68360192.84

54684.26
299850.69
0.00
744637.54
78286.39
10936.85
32578.40
0.00
332544.80
1553518.94
71622702.67

55231.11
323838.75
0.00
781869.42
80634.98
11046.22
35510.46
0.00
369124.73
1657255.66
75140792.44

55783.42
349745.85
0.00
820962.89
83054.03
11156.68
38706.40
0.00
409728.45
1769137.72
78937974.93

56341.25
377725.52
0.00
862011.04
85545.65
11268.25
42189.97
0.00
454798.58
1889880.26
83040098.43

56904.66
407943.56
0.00
905111.59
88112.02
11380.93
45987.07
0.00
504826.42
2020266.26
87475591.58

57473.71
440579.04
0.00
950367.17
90755.38
11494.74
50125.91
0.00
560357.33
2161153.28
92275735.15

58048.45
475825.37
0.00
997885.53
93478.04
11609.69
54637.24
0.00
621996.63
2313480.95
97474963.60

58628.93
513891.40
0.00
1047779.80
96282.39
11725.79
59554.59
0.00
690416.26
2478279.16
103111200.13

59215.22
555002.71
0.00
1100168.79
99170.86
11843.04
64914.50
0.00
766362.05
2656677.18
109226228.74

59807.37
599402.92
0.00
1155177.23
102145.98
11961.47
70756.81
0.00
850661.88
2849913.67
115866107.90

60405.45
647355.16
0.00
1212936.09
105210.36
12081.09
77124.92
0.00
944234.68
3059347.76
123081630.40

61009.50
699143.57
0.00
1273582.90
108366.67
12201.90
84066.16
0.00
1048100.50
3286471.21
130928834.86

61619.60
755075.06
0.00
1337262.04
111617.67
12323.92
91632.12
0.00
1163391.55
3532921.96
139469574.98

62235.79
815481.06
0.00
1404125.15
114966.20
12447.16
99879.01
0.00
1291364.63
3800499.00
148772153.15

62858.15
63486.73
880719.55
951177.11
0.00
0.00
1474331.40
1548047.97
118415.19
121967.65
12571.63
12697.35
108868.12
118666.25
0.00
0.00
1433414.73
1591090.36
4091178.77
4407133.41
158912026.22 169972591.72

3350987
0.78

27760867
0.34

20812323
0.41

11922000
0.81

14233399
0.78

16218729
0.77

17730409
0.76

19596228
0.75

21106202
0.74

22898896
0.73

25389547
0.72

27642626
0.71

30076032
0.70

33421035
0.69

36481934
0.68

39798396
0.68

44304509
0.66

48481178
0.66

53021642
0.65

59105299
0.64

64829389
0.63

71068790
0.62

79298017
0.61

87170969
0.60

95787325
0.59

106995617
0.58

117882303
0.57

129836637
0.57

1416800
4767787

4767787
32528654

32528654
53340977

53340977
65262977

65262977
79496376

79496376
95715105

95715105
113445513

113445513
133041742

133041742
154147943

154147943
177046839

177046839
202436386

202436386
230079012

230079012
260155044

260155044
293576079

293576079
330058013

330058013
369856409

369856409
414160918

414160918
462642096

462642096
515663738

515663738
574769037

574769037
639598426

639598426
710667215

710667215
789965233

789965233
877136202

877136202
972923527

972923527
1079919144

1079919144
1197801447

1197801447
1327638084

13276.38

Patan-Jabalpur district-Madhya Pradesh


Projections - Base case - 'Do Nothing' situation

Details
Revenue Receipts
Tax receipts
vehicle and animal tax
a. animal
b. Niyot kar
3.Asthayi Dhakal fees
Property Tax
Consolidated Tax
Tourists Tax
On road
Improvement Tax
Namantaran
Entertainment
Town development tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
Other Improvement taxes
a Animal Fees
b Market fees
c. Cable Tower
Solid waste Charge (New)
Income from Municipal Property
Collections from Water Tax
1 Water tax
2 water Usage
a Collection on with Meter Usage
B Collection on without Meter Usage
3 Rent on Meters and Tankers
Pratibhoot
4 Vinidhano per byyaj
Saarvjanik suraksha Pension
Oldage home pension
Rashriya parivar sahayatha
Mudhranalay se prathiya
Toilet ka vapasi

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12
1

2012-13
2

2013-14
3

2014-15
4

2015-16
5

2016-17
6

2017-18
7

2018-19
8

2019-20
9

2020-21
10

2021-22
11

Projections
2022-23
12

2023-24
13

2024-25
14

2025-26
15

2026-27
16

2027-28
17

2028-29
18

2029-30
19

2030-31
20

2031-32
21

2032-33
22

2033-34
23

2034-35

0
0
202809
89297
133360
177000
0
479000
0
2500
1000
0
0
0
0
6714
260500
312000

0
0
155030
34860
129628
113990
0
822700
0
2614
700
0
42591
0
0
778
261395
0

0
0
171740
0
127284
99952
0
773500
0
2000
2500
0
27621
38345
0
2200
251938
10000

0
0
230000
0
158000
230000
0
730000
0
2500
6000
0
32400
42800
0
12000
310000
30000

0
0
234600
0
164320
241500
0
810300
0
2525
6900
0
32724
43228
0
12960
316200
30300

0
0
239292
0
170893
253575
0
899433
0
2550
7935
0
33051
43660
0
13997
322524
30603

0
0
244078
0
177729
266254
0
998371
0
2576
9125
0
33382
44097
0
15117
328974
30909

0
0
248959
0
184838
279566
0
1108191
0
2602
10494
0
33716
44538
0
16326
335554
31218

0
0
253939
0
192231
293545
0
1230092
0
2628
12068
0
34053
44983
0
17632
342265
31530

0
0
259017
0
199920
308222
0
1365403
0
2654
13878
0
34393
45433
0
19042
349110
31846

0
0
264198
0
207917
323633
0
1515597
0
2680
15960
0
34737
45887
0
20566
356093
32164

0
0
269482
0
216234
339815
0
1682313
0
2707
18354
0
35085
46346
0
22211
363214
32486

0
0
274871
0
224883
356805
0
1867367
0
2734
21107
0
35435
46810
0
23988
370479
32811

0
0
280369
0
233879
374646
0
2072777
0
2762
24273
0
35790
47278
0
25907
377888
33139

0
0
285976
0
243234
393378
0
2300783
0
2789
27914
0
36148
47751
0
27980
385446
33470

0
0
291696
0
252963
413047
0
2553869
0
2817
32102
0
36509
48228
0
30218
393155
33805

0
0
297530
0
263082
433699
0
2834795
0
2845
36917
0
36874
48710
0
32635
401018
34143

0
0
303480
0
273605
455384
0
3146622
0
2874
42454
0
37243
49197
0
35246
409038
34484

0
0
309550
0
284549
478153
0
3492750
0
2902
48822
0
37615
49689
0
38066
417219
34829

0
0
315741
0
295931
502061
0
3876953
0
2931
56146
0
37992
50186
0
41111
425564
35177

0
0
322056
0
307768
527164
0
4303418
0
2961
64568
0
38371
50688
0
44400
434075
35529

0
0
328497
0
320079
553522
0
4776794
0
2990
74253
0
38755
51195
0
47952
442756
35884

0
0
335067
0
332882
581199
0
5302241
0
3020
85391
0
39143
51707
0
51788
451611
36243

0
0
341768
0
346197
610258
0
5885487
0
3050
98199
0
39534
52224
0
55931
460644
36606

0
0
348603
0
360045
640771
0
6532891
0
3081
112929
0
39929
52746
0
60406
469857
36972

0
0
355575
0
374447
672810
0
7251509
0
3112
129868
0
40329
53274
0
65238
479254
37341

0
0
362687
0
389425
706450
0
8049175
0
3143
149349
0
40732
53807
0
70458
488839
37715

0
0
369941
0
405002
741773
0
8934584
0
3174
171751
0
41139
54345
0
76094
498616
38092

1664180.00

1564286.00

1507080.00

1783700.00

1895557.00

2017513.37

2150610.42

2296001.81

2454965.87

2628919.31

2819432.48

3028246.27

3257290.92

3508706.92

3784868.24

4088408.15

4422247.87

4789628.53

5194146.54

5639793.09

6130997.92

6672678.07

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57805.55
579783.60
5392186.10
362044.29
20000.00
0.00
8629219.42

1286491.82
71409.34
70862.44
0.00
939176.06
0.00
58383.61
637761.96
5985326.57
416350.94
20000.00
0.00
9485762.73

1350816.41
77122.09
77948.68
0.00
1023701.91
0.00
58967.44
701538.16
6643712.49
478803.58
20000.00
0.00
10432610.76

1418357.23
83291.86
85743.55
0.00
1115835.08
0.00
59557.12
771691.97
7374520.86
550624.12
20000.00
0.00
11479621.79

1489275.09
89955.21
94317.91
0.00
1216260.24
0.00
60152.69
848861.17
8185718.16
633217.73
20000.00
0.00
12637758.19

1563738.84
97151.62
103749.70
0.00
1325723.66
0.00
60754.22
933747.29
9086147.16
728200.39
20000.00
0.00
13919212.87

1641925.78
104923.75
114124.67
0.00
1445038.79
0.00
61361.76
1027122.01
10085623.34
837430.45
20000.00
0.00
15337550.56

1724022.07
113317.66
125537.14
0.00
1575092.28
0.00
61975.38
1129834.22
11195041.91
963045.02
20000.00
0.00
16907865.66

1810223.18
122383.07
138090.85
0.00
1716850.58
0.00
62595.13
1242817.64
12426496.52
1107501.77
20000.00
0.00
18646958.74

1900734.34
132173.71
151899.93
0.00
1871367.14
0.00
63221.08
1367099.40
13793411.14
1273627.04
20000.00
0.00
20573533.78

1995771.05
142747.61
167089.93
0.00
2039790.18
0.00
63853.29
1503809.34
15310686.36
1464671.09
20000.00
0.00
22708418.86

2095559.60
154167.42
183798.92
0.00
2223371.29
0.00
64491.83
1654190.28
16994861.86
1684371.76
20000.00
0.00
25074812.96

2200337.59
166500.81
202178.81
0.00
2423474.71
0.00
65136.74
1819609.30
18864296.67
1937027.52
20000.00
0.00
27698562.15

2310354.46
179820.88
222396.69
0.00
2641587.43
0.00
65788.11
2001570.23
20939369.30
2227581.65
20000.00
0.00
30608468.76

2425872.19
194206.55
244636.36
0.00
2879330.30
0.00
66445.99
2201727.26
23242699.92
2561718.90
20000.00
0.00
33836637.47

2547165.80
209743.07
269100.00
0.00
3138470.03
0.00
67110.45
2421899.98
25799396.92
2945976.73
20000.00
0.00
37418862.98

2674524.09
226522.52
296010.00
0.00
3420932.33
0.00
67781.56
2664089.98
28637330.58
3387873.24
20000.00
0.00
41395064.29

2808250.29
244644.32
325611.00
0.00
3728816.24
0.00
68459.37
2930498.98
31787436.94
3896054.23
20000.00
0.00
45809771.37

2948662.81
264215.86
358172.10
0.00
4064409.70
0.00
69143.97
3223548.88
35284055.00
4480462.36
20000.00
0.00
50712670.68

3096095.95
285353.13
393989.31
0.00
4430206.58
0.00
69835.41
3545903.76
39165301.05
5152531.71
20000.00
0.00
56159216.90

0.00
0.00
321926.40
137388.00
457960.00
816080.00
874800.00
0.00
0.00
769824.00
730340.00
551250.00
540800.00
102010.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
347680.51
147005.16
490017.20
824240.80
944784.00
0.00
0.00
831409.92
774160.40
578812.50
562432.00
103030.10
0.00

0.00
0.00
375494.95
157295.52
524318.40
832483.21
1020366.72
0.00
0.00
897922.71
820610.02
607753.13
584929.28
104060.40
0.00

0.00
0.00
405534.55
168306.21
561020.69
840808.04
1101996.06
0.00
0.00
969756.53
869846.63
638140.78
608326.45
105101.01
0.00

0.00
0.00
437977.31
180087.64
600292.14
849216.12
1190155.74
0.00
0.00
1047337.05
922037.42
670047.82
632659.51
106152.02
0.00

0.00
0.00
473015.50
192693.78
642312.59
857708.28
1285368.20
0.00
0.00
1131124.02
977359.67
703550.21
657965.89
107213.54
0.00

0.00
0.00
510856.74
206182.34
687274.47
866285.36
1388197.66
0.00
0.00
1221613.94
1036001.25
738727.72
684284.53
108285.67
0.00

0.00
0.00
551725.28
220615.11
735383.68
874948.22
1499253.47
0.00
0.00
1319343.05
1098161.32
775664.11
711655.91
109368.53
0.00

0.00
0.00
595863.30
236058.16
786860.54
883697.70
1619193.75
0.00
0.00
1424890.50
1164051.00
814447.31
740122.14
110462.21
0.00

0.00
0.00
643532.36
252582.23
841940.78
892534.68
1748729.25
0.00
0.00
1538881.74
1233894.06
855169.68
769727.03
111566.83
0.00

0.00
0.00
695014.95
270262.99
900876.64
901460.02
1888627.59
0.00
0.00
1661992.28
1307927.71
897928.16
800516.11
112682.50
0.00

0.00
0.00
750616.15
289181.40
963938.00
910474.62
2039717.79
0.00
0.00
1794951.66
1386403.37
942824.57
832536.75
113809.33
0.00

0.00
0.00
810665.44
309424.10
1031413.66
919579.37
2202895.22
0.00
0.00
1938547.79
1469587.57
989965.80
865838.22
114947.42
0.00

0.00
0.00
875518.68
331083.78
1103612.62
928775.16
2379126.84
0.00
0.00
2093631.62
1557762.83
1039464.09
900471.75
116096.90
0.00

0.00
0.00
945560.17
354259.65
1180865.50
938062.92
2569456.98
0.00
0.00
2261122.14
1651228.60
1091437.29
936490.62
117257.86
0.00

0.00
0.00
1021204.98
379057.83
1263526.08
947443.55
2775013.54
0.00
0.00
2442011.92
1750302.31
1146009.16
973950.25
118430.44
0.00

0.00
0.00
1102901.38
405591.87
1351972.91
956917.98
2997014.62
0.00
0.00
2637372.87
1855320.45
1203309.62
1012908.26
119614.75
0.00

0.00
0.00
1191133.49
433983.30
1446611.01
966487.16
3236775.79
0.00
0.00
2848362.70
1966639.68
1263475.10
1053424.59
120810.90
0.00

0.00
0.00
1286424.17
464362.14
1547873.78
976152.03
3495717.86
0.00
0.00
3076231.71
2084638.06
1326648.85
1095561.57
122019.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
1389338.11
496867.48
1656224.95
985913.55
3775375.29
0.00
0.00
3322330.25
2209716.34
1392981.30
1139384.03
123239.19
0.00

0.00
0.00
1500485.15
531648.21
1772160.70
995772.69
4077405.31
0.00
0.00
3588116.67
2342299.32
1462630.36
1184959.40
124471.59
0.00

0.00
0.00
1620523.97
568863.58
1896211.95
1005730.41
4403597.73
0.00
0.00
3875166.01
2482837.28
1535761.88
1232357.77
125716.30
0.00

0.00
0.00
1750165.88
608684.03
2028946.78
1015787.72
4755885.55
0.00
0.00
4185179.29
2631807.52
1612549.97
1281652.08
126973.46
0.00

Fees, Service Charges & Penalties


a. Kanji House
1000
600
9849
12000
13800
II. House rent
69900
67255
180000
215000
217150
III. Bhoomi aur Bhoomi Upaj ke vikay se Income 30900
11250
0
0
0
f. Various
5400
165
3000
40000
44000
Other Fees
1200
1720
2375
2000
2140
Praman Patr
0
0
0
0
0
Boat fee
4480
1720
2227
15000
16650
License fee
17355
19028
25024
30000
31500
sahukari Licence
26995
25955
46315
60000
66600
Building Construction
2150
1275
1815
3000
3150
Avedhan fee
40
24
150
1000
1100
XI. nagar panchayt ki sampathi ko hani povnchaneka 5000
prathikar
300
5000
20000
22600
XIII. Nagar Palika aur anya adhiniya mo ke antargath huyi
0 dhandh ki21600
raasi ke adhineeyam0ke anudhar20000
ki position
20200
XV. Purana banda aur imaaratho ke saamaan vikray aagaam
3500
637
3000
30000
31500
XVI Visht se banaye gaye campost khaad aadi vikray aagam
500
0
500
10000
11000
Shaashkiy Prathibhitiyon ke vikray agem adhi bank
1695500
se pratyaharan
16644060
tender
15400000
12800000
13824000
Complex constriction
660800
443400
0
1500000
1575000
Others
160000
0
0
0
0
Saamchith nidhi
240000
250000
0
0
0
Nikshep
100000
216700
0
0
0
3024720.00 17705689.00
15679255 14758000.00
15880390.00
Revenue Transfers
5. Octroi Anudhan
2934500
4887579
4063800
5660000
6282600
9974600.00
25971636.00 23825559.00
25581700.00
27683697.00
Capital Receipts
12 / 13 finance commission
848000
1273900
849100
1250000
1312500
Fundamental services
1600000
2327400
2320500
2800000
3024000
R.V Ayog Madh
753000
796100
902400
800000
808000
Sadhak anurakshan Madh
313000
500400
563900
600000
654000
Town development
0
0
0
200000
202000
shaniya Nikayonse
0
0
0
0
0
Mid Day Meal
89150
763081
383143
400000
460000
S.P Machines Upakaran
202000
0
0
400000
404000
Bhandar Karch
0
0
0
400000
404000
WBM road
0
0
0
500000
505000
Others / special Madh
0
0
0
0
0.00
slum Basthi
828800
0
0
500000
505000.00
s.P.other madho se
0
0
0
0
0.00
Samsadh madh
453100
69250
0
600000
612000.00
Vidhayak Madh
0
0
0
1200000
1212000.00
Swarna Jayanthi anya
158000
382000
645000
500000
555000.00
Vishishth Madh
0
0
0
1000000
1010000.00
IHSDP
0
0
0
0
0.00
House Construction
0
0
0
5000000
5050000.00
Samudhayik bhavan
0
0
0
480000
484800.00
Swasthik bhavan
0
0
0
600000
630000.00
toilet construction
0
0
0
534000
539340.00
Adhosamrachana vikas kar
0
10125000
5875000
17830000
18008300.00
Grand Total
5245050.00 16237131.00 11539043.00 35594000.00
36379940.00
Total Income
15219650.00 42208767.00 35364602.00 61175700.00
64063637.00
Revenue Expenditure
Establishments and Salaries
a. Officers payment / salary
508500.00
614500.00
792000.00
840000.00
882000.00
b. Allowance
17600.00
13200.00
42500.00
40000.00
42400.00
c. Emergency
8000.00
19500.00
30000.00
60000.00
64800.00
provisional establishment
11200.00
8500.00
10000.00
30000.00
31200.00
GPS
181200.00
383800.00
486100.00
300000.00
309000.00
New O&M Cost
EAI
726500.00
1039500.00 1360600.00
1270000.00
1329400.00
office expenditure
a. i. Establishment of revenue department and officials
534500.00
payment 672000.00
828500.00
960000.00
1008000.00
a.ii. Allowance
21200.00
14000.00
33000.00
45000.00
48600.00
a. iii. Emergency computerised taxation
7000.00
6500.00
14500.00
40000.00
44000.00
iii. Emergency
4500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Pension bhtha thatha updhan
189600.00
185000.00
250000.00
560000.00
610400.00
Power
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
46800.00
58900.00
0.00
55000.00
55550.00
samagri kraya
57741.00
198000.00
174200.00
360000.00
396000.00
power pravadh ka charges
426525.00
320000.00
1099360.00
3200000.00
3552000.00
New works
3000.00
14000.00
67030.00
180000.00
207000.00
Killing of animals, dogs
0.00
0.00
0.00
20000.00
20000.00
- Emergency
36000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1326866.00
1468400.00 2466590.00
5420000.00
5941550.00
water works
iv. water supply
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment aur sandharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
138000.00
132000.00
154500.00
276000.00
298080.00
Emergency
56500.00
46000.00
136813.00
120000.00
128400.00
repair
185000.00
205000.00
277640.00
400000.00
428000.00
New works
780000.00
182000.00
1119306.00
800000.00
808000.00
Pump nirman
165000.00
168500.00
70409.00
750000.00
810000.00
water supply
44500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
water vistharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
236600.00
288000.00
528000.00
660000.00
712800.00
Emergency
11000.00
4500.00
20000.00
650000.00
689000.00
repair
65000.00
650000.00
63451.00
500000.00
525000.00
rain water harvesting
115500.00
120000.00
66725.00
500000.00
520000.00
waste water sandhas system
0.00
5500.00
0.00
100000.00
101000.00
i. establishment of health officer
111500.00
232000.00
183000.00
0.00
0.00

3839405
4031375
16440098
17755306
1005730
1015788
4354725
4746650
251433
253947
0
0
9956583
11450070
502865
507894
502865
507894
628582
634867
0.00
0.00
628581.51
634867.32
0.00
0.00
946139.56
965062.35
1508595.62
1523681.58
5513133.59
6119578.29
1257163.02
1269734.65
0.00
0.00
6285815.09
6348673.24
603438.25
609472.63
1842914.25
1935059.97
671325.05
678038.30
22415216.62
22639368.78
79154608.12 83627328.18
265827146.23 288695602.33

ii. - permanent establishment of public toilets


- Maintenance of public toilets
- provision of Public toilets (Sulab Complex)
- Construction of Nalas and public toilets
F. Kanji House
-establishment
- Emergency

0.00
1800.00
0.00
2000.00
59200.00
3500.00
0.00
1975100.00

0.00
30000.00
0.00
0.00
68000.00
4000.00
0.00
2135500.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
144000.00
3000.00
0.00
2766844.00

public health and services


iv. Road Cleaning
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
249600.00
235000.00
492000.00
- Provisional establishment
15000.00
15000.00
17500.00
- Establishment of Dustbins and their maintenance1000.00
10000.00
8000.00
- various cleaning sanitation equipment
128200.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
7000.00
0.00
0.00
- Provisional establishment
2000.00
0.00
0.00
Others
0.00
18000.00
0.00
D. Medical and health centres
0.00
0.00
130000.00
- Establishment
0.00
0.00
0.00
- medicines
18000.00
47000.00
0.00
- food for patience
0.00
0.00
0.00
Communicable type
1200.00
8500.00
23600.00
422000.00
333500.00
671100.00
improvements
4. Lok Nirman (Public Works)
0.00
0.00
0.00
i. Establishment
122400.00
156000.00
126000.00
ii. Buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
Construction workers
0.00
0.00
230000.00
- Construction
236079.00
280000.00
326000.00
- Maintenance (WBM)
0.00
660000.00
163451.00
IHSDP
0.00
500000.00
284000.00
construction of houses
0.00
0.00
0.00
iii. Construction of Roads, paths, drains maintenance 0.00
and renovation 0.00
0.00
New roads, lanes and drains construction
748200.00
685000.00
1223000.00
Maintenance
250000.00
150000.00
352000.00
iv. Anushandhan
609945.00
660000.00
850360.00
other works
349200.00
380000.00
450000.00
- Bhandar aur anya (others)
314500.00
110000.00
172596.00
Plantation
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
73500.00
180000.00
0.00
- Emergency
0.00
160000.00
0.00
- construction of buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
- maintenance of building
14500.00
200000.00
293000.00
- Returns
1052800.00
1534500.00
2083000.00
other returns
110000.00
4500.00
1000.00
Others
5000.00
28000.00
0.00
- government education
0.00
5000.00
0.00
Mid day meal programme
314200.00
160000.00
0.00
poverty line, boy-girl student stipend
50618.00
0.00
0.00
Nirman aur marammath (construction and repair)
0.00
1000.00
0.00
- Bal sadhan sishu mandir etc (Kids zone, baby school0.00
etc)
54000.00
96953.00
- Vinidhaan
1210600.00
760000.00
0.00
prathiboothiyo me run nivaaran nidhi ko chodkar
1295600.00
sanchit nidhi jama
1695000.00
0.00
Samvadhi nisheph
0.00
100000.00
0.00
saving Bank / Dhak Ticket
355500.00
250000.00
220000.00
others
0.00
300000.00
0.00
nikhshep amanth raasi
85000.00
100000.00
0.00
7197642.00
9113000.00 6871360.00
others
Redemption at principal amount
46705.00
29000.00
96400.00
Actual expenditure at work done for the private people
26250.00
29000.00
4550.00
Government exhibition fare
0.00
0.00
0.00
legal chargers
123100.00
223000.00
220540.00
Future Nidhi me apradhan
18500.00
50000.00
39320.00
Telephone and trunk call
0.00
0.00
0.00
Expenditure fee
2500.00
12000.00
7800.00
Extra
500.00
0.00
0.00
Expenditure on stamp ticket and postages
3000.00
15000.00
47175.00
220555.00
358000.00
415785.00
Grand total
11868663.00 14447900.00 14552279.00
Operating Surplus
TE/TR
Opening Balance
Closing Balance

380000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
144000.00
30000.00
10000.00
5320000.00

383800.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
158400.00
32700.00
10100.00
5605280.00

387638.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
174240.00
35643.00
10201.00
5910100.40

391514.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
191664.00
38850.87
10303.01
6235904.85

395429.52
0.00
0.00
0.00
210830.40
42347.45
10406.04
6584247.76

399383.82
0.00
0.00
0.00
231913.44
46158.72
10510.10
6956803.02

403377.66
0.00
0.00
0.00
255104.78
50313.00
10615.20
7355373.43

407411.43
0.00
0.00
0.00
280615.26
54841.17
10721.35
7781900.89

411485.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
308676.79
59776.88
10828.57
8238477.46

415600.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
339544.47
65156.80
10936.85
8727357.20

419756.41
0.00
0.00
0.00
373498.91
71020.91
11046.22
9250969.08

423953.97
0.00
0.00
0.00
410848.81
77412.79
11156.68
9811930.90

428193.51
0.00
0.00
0.00
451933.69
84379.94
11268.25
10413064.34

432475.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
497127.05
91974.14
11380.93
11057411.22

436800.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
546839.76
100251.81
11494.74
11748251.11

441168.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
601523.74
109274.47
11609.69
12489120.36

445579.89
0.00
0.00
0.00
661676.11
119109.18
11725.79
13283832.70

450035.68
0.00
0.00
0.00
727843.72
129829.00
11843.04
14136501.51

454536.04
0.00
0.00
0.00
800628.09
141513.61
11961.47
15051563.93

459081.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
880690.90
154249.84
12081.09
16033806.95

463672.22
0.00
0.00
0.00
968759.99
168132.32
12201.90
17088395.61

468308.94
0.00
0.00
0.00
1065635.99
183264.23
12323.92
18220903.58

472992.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
1172199.59
199758.01
12447.16
19437346.18

477721.95
0.00
0.00
0.00
1289419.55
217736.23
12571.63
20744216.24

482499.17
0.00
0.00
0.00
1418361.51
237332.50
12697.35
22148522.81

0.00
560000.00
40000.00
80000.00
600000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
150000.00
0.00
80000.00
1510000.00

0.00
593600.00
42400.00
88000.00
648000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
165000.00
0.00
88000.00
1625000.00

0.00
629216.00
44944.00
96800.00
699840.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
181500.00
0.00
96800.00
1749100.00

0.00
666968.96
47640.64
106480.00
755827.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
199650.00
0.00
106480.00
1883046.80

0.00
706987.10
50499.08
117128.00
816293.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
219615.00
0.00
117128.00
2027650.55

0.00
749406.32
53529.02
128840.80
881596.85
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
241576.50
0.00
128840.80
2183790.29

0.00
794370.70
56740.76
141724.88
952124.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
265734.15
0.00
141724.88
2352419.97

0.00
842032.95
60145.21
155897.37
1028294.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
292307.57
0.00
155897.37
2534575.02

0.00
892554.92
63753.92
171487.10
1110558.13
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
321538.32
0.00
171487.10
2731379.50

0.00
946108.22
67579.16
188635.82
1199402.78
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
353692.15
0.00
188635.82
2944053.94

0.00
1002874.71
71633.91
207499.40
1295355.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
389061.37
0.00
207499.40
3173923.78

0.00
1063047.19
75931.94
228249.34
1398983.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
427967.51
0.00
228249.34
3422428.71

0.00
1126830.02
80487.86
251074.27
1510902.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
470764.26
0.00
251074.27
3691132.75

0.00
1194439.83
85317.13
276181.70
1631774.24
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
517840.68
0.00
276181.70
3981735.27

0.00
1266106.22
90436.16
303799.87
1762316.17
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
569624.75
0.00
303799.87
4296083.03

0.00
1342072.59
95862.33
334179.85
1903301.47
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
626587.23
0.00
334179.85
4636183.32

0.00
1422596.94
101614.07
367597.84
2055565.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
689245.95
0.00
367597.84
5004218.22

0.00
1507952.76
107710.91
404357.62
2220010.83
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
758170.54
0.00
404357.62
5402560.29

0.00
1598429.93
114173.57
444793.39
2397611.70
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
833987.60
0.00
444793.39
5833789.56

0.00
1694335.72
121023.98
489272.72
2589420.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
917386.36
0.00
489272.72
6300712.14

0.00
1795995.86
128285.42
538200.00
2796574.29
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1009124.99
0.00
538200.00
6806380.55

0.00
1903755.62
135982.54
592020.00
3020300.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1110037.49
0.00
592020.00
7354115.87

0.00
2017980.95
144141.50
651222.00
3261924.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1221041.24
0.00
651222.00
7947531.93

0.00
2139059.81
152789.99
716344.19
3522878.19
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1343145.36
0.00
716344.19
8590561.74

0.00
2267403.40
161957.39
787978.61
3804708.44
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1477459.90
0.00
787978.61
9287486.36

0.00
280000.00
0.00
800000.00
600000.00
800000.00
0.00
22800000.00
0.00
1200000.00
560000.00
1230000.00
600000.00
400000.00
0.00
40000.00
60000.00
10000.00
500000.00
2530000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100000.00
0.00
0.00
800000.00
1528700.00
0.00
0.00
34838700.00

0.00
294000.00
0.00
808000.00
636000.00
808000.00
0.00
23028000.00
0.00
1248000.00
593600.00
1291500.00
618000.00
408000.00
0.00
40400.00
60600.00
10100.00
550000.00
2681800.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
101000.00
0.00
0.00
808000.00
1666283.00
0.00
0.00
35651283.00

0.00
308700.00
0.00
816080.00
674160.00
816080.00
0.00
23258280.00
0.00
1297920.00
629216.00
1356075.00
636540.00
416160.00
0.00
40804.00
61206.00
10201.00
605000.00
2842708.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
102010.00
0.00
0.00
816080.00
1816248.47
0.00
0.00
36503468.47

0.00
324135.00
0.00
824240.80
714609.60
824240.80
0.00
23490862.80
0.00
1349836.80
666968.96
1423878.75
655636.20
424483.20
0.00
41212.04
61818.06
10303.01
665500.00
3013270.48
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
103030.10
0.00
0.00
824240.80
1979710.83
0.00
0.00
37397978.23

0.00
340341.75
0.00
832483.21
757486.18
832483.21
0.00
23725771.43
0.00
1403830.27
706987.10
1495072.69
675305.29
432972.86
0.00
41624.16
62436.24
10406.04
732050.00
3194066.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
104060.40
0.00
0.00
832483.21
2157884.81
0.00
0.00
38337745.54

0.00
357358.84
0.00
840808.04
802935.35
840808.04
0.00
23963029.14
0.00
1459983.48
749406.32
1569826.32
695564.44
441632.32
0.00
42040.40
63060.60
10510.10
805255.00
3385710.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
105101.01
0.00
0.00
840808.04
2352094.44
0.00
0.00
39325932.60

0.00
375226.78
0.00
849216.12
851111.47
849216.12
0.00
24202659.43
0.00
1518382.82
794370.70
1648317.64
716431.38
450464.97
0.00
42460.81
63691.21
10615.20
885780.50
3588853.35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
106152.02
0.00
0.00
849216.12
2563782.94
0.00
0.00
40365949.58

0.00
393988.12
0.00
857708.28
902178.16
857708.28
0.00
24444686.03
0.00
1579118.14
842032.95
1730733.52
737924.32
459474.27
0.00
42885.41
64328.12
10721.35
974358.55
3804184.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
107213.54
0.00
0.00
857708.28
2794523.40
0.00
0.00
41461475.27

0.00
413687.52
0.00
866285.36
956308.84
866285.36
0.00
24689132.89
0.00
1642282.86
892554.92
1817270.20
760062.05
468663.75
0.00
43314.27
64971.40
10828.57
1071794.41
4032435.63
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
108285.67
0.00
0.00
866285.36
3046030.51
0.00
0.00
42616479.58

0.00
434371.90
0.00
874948.22
1013687.38
874948.22
0.00
24936024.22
0.00
1707974.17
946108.22
1908133.71
782863.91
478037.03
0.00
43747.41
65621.12
10936.85
1178973.85
4274381.77
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
109368.53
0.00
0.00
874948.22
3320173.26
0.00
0.00
43835247.96

0.00
456090.50
0.00
883697.70
1074508.62
883697.70
0.00
25185384.46
0.00
1776293.14
1002874.71
2003540.39
806349.83
487597.77
0.00
44184.89
66277.33
11046.22
1296871.23
4530844.67
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
110462.21
0.00
0.00
883697.70
3618988.85
0.00
0.00
45122407.91

0.00
478895.02
0.00
892534.68
1138979.14
892534.68
0.00
25437238.30
0.00
1847344.87
1063047.19
2103717.41
830540.32
497349.72
0.00
44626.73
66940.10
11156.68
1426558.35
4802695.35
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
111566.83
0.00
0.00
892534.68
3944697.85
0.00
0.00
46482957.91

0.00
502839.77
0.00
901460.02
1207317.88
901460.02
0.00
25691610.69
0.00
1921238.66
1126830.02
2208903.28
855456.53
507296.72
0.00
45073.00
67609.50
11268.25
1569214.19
5090857.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
112682.50
0.00
0.00
901460.02
4299720.65
0.00
0.00
47922298.80

0.00
527981.76
0.00
910474.62
1279756.96
910474.62
0.00
25948526.79
0.00
1998088.21
1194439.83
2319348.45
881120.23
517442.65
0.00
45523.73
68285.60
11380.93
1726135.61
5396308.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
113809.33
0.00
0.00
910474.62
4686695.51
0.00
0.00
49446267.95

0.00
554380.85
0.00
919579.37
1356542.37
919579.37
0.00
26208012.06
0.00
2078011.74
1266106.22
2435315.87
907553.83
527791.51
0.00
45978.97
68968.45
11494.74
1898749.17
5720087.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
114947.42
0.00
0.00
919579.37
5108498.11
0.00
0.00
51061176.42

0.00
582099.89
0.00
928775.16
1437934.92
928775.16
0.00
26470092.18
0.00
2161132.21
1342072.59
2557081.66
934780.45
538347.34
0.00
46438.76
69658.14
11609.69
2088624.08
6063292.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
116096.90
0.00
0.00
928775.16
5568262.94
0.00
0.00
52773849.45

0.00
611204.88
0.00
938062.92
1524211.01
938062.92
0.00
26734793.10
0.00
2247577.49
1422596.94
2684935.74
962823.86
549114.28
0.00
46903.15
70354.72
11725.79
2297486.49
6427089.76
0.00
0.00
0.00
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0.00
0.00
117257.86
0.00
0.00
938062.92
6069406.60
0.00
0.00
54591670.45

0.00
641765.13
0.00
947443.55
1615663.67
947443.55
0.00
27002141.04
0.00
2337480.59
1507952.76
2819182.53
991708.58
560096.57
0.00
47372.18
71058.27
11843.04
2527235.14
6812715.15
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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118430.44
0.00
0.00
947443.55
6615653.19
0.00
0.00
56522628.92

0.00
673853.39
0.00
956917.98
1712603.49
956917.98
0.00
27272162.45
0.00
2430979.82
1598429.93
2960141.66
1021459.84
571298.50
0.00
47845.90
71768.85
11961.47
2779958.66
7221478.06
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
119614.75
0.00
0.00
956917.98
7211061.98
0.00
0.00
58575372.67

0.00
707546.05
0.00
966487.16
1815359.70
966487.16
0.00
27544884.07
0.00
2528219.01
1694335.72
3108148.74
1052103.63
582724.47
0.00
48324.36
72486.54
12081.09
3057954.52
7654766.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
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120810.90
0.00
0.00
966487.16
7860057.56
0.00
0.00
60759264.58

0.00
742923.36
0.00
976152.03
1924281.28
976152.03
0.00
27820332.91
0.00
2629347.77
1795995.86
3263556.18
1083666.74
594378.96
0.00
48807.60
73211.40
12201.90
3363749.97
8114052.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
122019.00
0.00
0.00
976152.03
8567462.74
0.00
0.00
63084444.53

0.00
780069.53
0.00
985913.55
2039738.16
985913.55
0.00
28098536.24
0.00
2734521.68
1903755.62
3426733.99
1116176.74
606266.54
0.00
49295.68
73943.52
12323.92
3700124.97
8600895.91
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
123239.19
0.00
0.00
985913.55
9338534.39
0.00
0.00
65561896.72

0.00
819073.00
0.00
995772.69
2162122.45
995772.69
0.00
28379521.60
0.00
2843902.55
2017980.95
3598070.69
1149662.05
618391.87
0.00
49788.63
74682.95
12447.16
4070137.47
9116949.66
0.00
0.00
0.00
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0.00
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124471.59
0.00
0.00
995772.69
10179002.48
0.00
0.00
68203523.17

0.00
860026.65
0.00
1005730.41
2291849.80
1005730.41
0.00
28663316.82
0.00
2957658.65
2139059.81
3777974.22
1184151.91
630759.71
0.00
50286.52
75429.78
12571.63
4477151.22
9663966.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
125716.30
0.00
0.00
1005730.41
11095112.71
0.00
0.00
71022223.60

0.00
903027.98
0.00
1015787.72
2429360.78
1015787.72
0.00
28949949.99
0.00
3075965.00
2267403.40
3966872.93
1219676.46
643374.90
0.00
50789.39
76184.08
12697.35
4924866.34
10243804.64
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
126973.46
0.00
0.00
1015787.72
12093672.85
0.00
0.00
74031982.71

50000.00
150000.00
0.00
480000.00
60000.00
10000.00
15000.00
0.00
130000.00
895000.00
49253700.00

50500.00
162000.00
0.00
504000.00
61800.00
10100.00
16350.00
0.00
144300.00
949050.00
51101563.00

51005.00
174960.00
0.00
529200.00
63654.00
10201.00
17821.50
0.00
160173.00
1007014.50
53078528.87

51515.05
188956.80
0.00
555660.00
65563.62
10303.01
19425.44
0.00
177792.03
1069215.95
55195804.74

52030.20
204073.34
0.00
583443.00
67530.53
10406.04
21173.72
0.00
197349.15
1136005.99
57465665.28

52550.50
220399.21
0.00
612615.15
69556.44
10510.10
23079.36
0.00
219057.56
1207768.33
59901560.69

53076.01
238031.15
0.00
643245.91
71643.14
10615.20
25156.50
0.00
243153.89
1284921.80
62518236.32

53606.77
257073.64
0.00
675408.20
73792.43
10721.35
27420.59
0.00
269900.82
1367923.80
65331864.87

54142.84
277639.53
0.00
709178.61
76006.20
10828.57
29888.44
0.00
299589.91
1457274.10
68360192.84

54684.26
299850.69
0.00
744637.54
78286.39
10936.85
32578.40
0.00
332544.80
1553518.94
71622702.67

55231.11
323838.75
0.00
781869.42
80634.98
11046.22
35510.46
0.00
369124.73
1657255.66
75140792.44

55783.42
349745.85
0.00
820962.89
83054.03
11156.68
38706.40
0.00
409728.45
1769137.72
78937974.93

56341.25
377725.52
0.00
862011.04
85545.65
11268.25
42189.97
0.00
454798.58
1889880.26
83040098.43

56904.66
407943.56
0.00
905111.59
88112.02
11380.93
45987.07
0.00
504826.42
2020266.26
87475591.58

57473.71
440579.04
0.00
950367.17
90755.38
11494.74
50125.91
0.00
560357.33
2161153.28
92275735.15

58048.45
475825.37
0.00
997885.53
93478.04
11609.69
54637.24
0.00
621996.63
2313480.95
97474963.60

58628.93
513891.40
0.00
1047779.80
96282.39
11725.79
59554.59
0.00
690416.26
2478279.16
103111200.13

59215.22
555002.71
0.00
1100168.79
99170.86
11843.04
64914.50
0.00
766362.05
2656677.18
109226228.74

59807.37
599402.92
0.00
1155177.23
102145.98
11961.47
70756.81
0.00
850661.88
2849913.67
115866107.90

60405.45
647355.16
0.00
1212936.09
105210.36
12081.09
77124.92
0.00
944234.68
3059347.76
123081630.40

61009.50
699143.57
0.00
1273582.90
108366.67
12201.90
84066.16
0.00
1048100.50
3286471.21
130928834.86

61619.60
755075.06
0.00
1337262.04
111617.67
12323.92
91632.12
0.00
1163391.55
3532921.96
139469574.98

62235.79
815481.06
0.00
1404125.15
114966.20
12447.16
99879.01
0.00
1291364.63
3800499.00
148772153.15

62858.15
63486.73
880719.55
951177.11
0.00
0.00
1474331.40
1548047.97
118415.19
121967.65
12571.63
12697.35
108868.12
118666.25
0.00
0.00
1433414.73
1591090.36
4091178.77
4407133.41
158912026.22 169972591.72

3350987
0.78

27760867
0.34

20812323
0.41

11922000
0.81

12962074
0.80

14113615
0.79

15388884
0.78

16801544
0.77

18366828
0.77

20101726
0.76

22025202
0.75

24158433
0.74

26525081
0.73

29151604
0.72

32067598
0.71

35306190
0.70

38904484
0.69

42904062
0.68

47351549
0.67

52299262
0.66

57805932
0.65

63937537
0.64

70768232
0.63

78381419
0.63

86870951
0.62

96342500
0.61

106915120
0.60

118723011
0.59

1416800
4767787

4767787
32528654

32528654
53340977

53340977
65262977

65262977
78225051

78225051
92338666

92338666
107727550

107727550
124529094

124529094
142895922

142895922
162997649

162997649
185022851

185022851
209181283

209181283
235706364

235706364
264857969

264857969
296925567

296925567
332231757

332231757
371136241

371136241
414040303

414040303
461391852

461391852
513691114

513691114
571497047

571497047
635434583

635434583
706202815

706202815
784584234

784584234
871455185

871455185
967797686

967797686
1074712806

1074712806
1193435816

11934.36

Patan-Jabalpur district-Madhya Pradesh


Projections - Investment Sustenance Plan

Details
Revenue Receipts
Tax receipts
vehicle and animal tax
a. animal
b. Niyot kar
3.Asthayi Dhakal fees
Property Tax
Consolidated Tax
Tourists Tax
On road
Improvement Tax
Namantaran
Entertainment
Town development tax
a. Past Year
b. Present Year
Other Improvement taxes
a Animal Fees
b Market fees
c. Cable Tower
Solid waste Charge (New)
Income from Municipal Property
Collections from Water Tax
1 Water tax
2 water Usage
a Collection on with Meter Usage
B Collection on without Meter Usage
3 Rent on Meters and Tankers
Pratibhoot
4 Vinidhano per byyaj
Saarvjanik suraksha Pension
Oldage home pension
Rashriya parivar sahayatha
Mudhranalay se prathiya
Toilet ka vapasi

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12
1

2012-13
2

2013-14
3

2014-15
4

2015-16
5

2016-17
6

2017-18
7

2018-19
8

2019-20
9

2020-21
10

2021-22
11

Projections
2022-23
2023-24
12
13

2024-25
14

2025-26
15

0
0
239292
0
637706
253575
0
899433
0
2550
7935
0
33051
43660
0
13997
322524
30603
835004
3319330.95

0
0
244078
0
728194
266254
0
998371
0
2576
9125
0
33382
44097
0
15117
328974
30909
906359
3607434.91

0
0
248959
0
887364
279566
0
1108191
0
2602
10494
0
33716
44538
0
16326
335554
31218
1040259
4038786.56

0
0
253939
0
867108
293545
0
1230092
0
2628
12068
0
34053
44983
0
17632
342265
31530
1046725
4176568.33

0
0
259017
0
894987
308222
0
1365403
0
2654
13878
0
34393
45433
0
19042
349110
31846
1080378
4404363.90

0
0
264198
0
1049413
323633
0
1515597
0
2680
15960
0
34737
45887
0
20566
356093
32164
1256093
4917021.05

0
0
269482
0
1095581
339815
0
1682313
0
2707
18354
0
35085
46346
0
22211
363214
32486
1310413
5218006.21

0
0
274871
0
1130255
356805
0
1867367
0
2734
21107
0
35435
46810
0
23988
370479
32811
1351886
5514548.16

0
0
280369
0
1326420
374646
0
2072777
0
2762
24273
0
35790
47278
0
25907
377888
33139
1587333
6188581.65

0
0
285976
0
1384119
393378
0
2300783
0
2789
27914
0
36148
47751
0
27980
385446
33470
1656454
6582208.18

0
0
291696
0
1427522
413047
0
2553869
0
2817
32102
0
36509
48228
0
30218
393155
33805
1708397
6971364.29

0
0
297530
0
1672904
433699
0
2834795
0
2845
36917
0
36874
48710
0
32635
401018
34143
2014516
7846586.32

0
0
303480
0
1745290
455384
0
3146622
0
2874
42454
0
37243
49197
0
35246
409038
34484
2102781
8364093.89

0
0
309550
0
1799146
478153
0
3492750
0
2902
48822
0
37615
49689
0
38066
417219
34829
2167669
8876412.63

0
0
315741
0
2109372
502061
0
3876953
0
2931
56146
0
37992
50186
0
41111
425564
35177
2557009
10010243.62

0
502550
1299017
59513
158700
0
0
0
1183316
793152
529000
176868
0
4702115

0
577933
1420078
68439
182505
0
0
0
1195149
856604
608350
180405
0
5089464

0
664622
1630107
78705
209881
0
0
0
1207101
925132
699603
184013
0
5599165

0
764316
1642235
90511
241363
0
0
0
1219172
999143
804543
187694
0
5948976

0
878963
1696147
104088
277567
0
0
0
1231363
1079075
925224
191448
0
6383875

0
1010808
1995132
119701
319202
0
0
0
1243677
1165401
1064008
195277
0
7113205

0
1162429
2081078
137656
367083
0
0
0
1256114
1258633
1223609
199182
0
7685784

0
1336793
2143270
158304
422145
0
0
0
1268675
1359323
1407151
203166
0
8298827

0
1537312
2507099
182050
485467
0
0
0
1281362
1468069
1618223
207229
0
9286810

0
1767909
2607943
209358
558287
0
0
0
1294175
1585515
1860957
211374
0
10095516

0
2033095
2679472
240761
642030
0
0
0
1307117
1712356
2140100
215601
0
10970533

0
2338059
3131527
276875
738335
0
0
0
1320188
1849344
2461115
219913
0
12335356

0
2688768
3250958
318407
849085
0
0
0
1333390
1997292
2830282
224311
0
13492493

0
3092083
3335998
366168
976447
0
0
0
1346724
2157075
3254825
228798
0
14758118

15870
219322
0
48400
2290
0
18482
33075
73926
3308
1210
25538
20402
33075
12100
14929920
1653750
0
0
0
17090666.30

18251
221515
0
53240
2450
0
20514
34729
82058
3473
1331
28858
20606
34729
13310
16124314
1736438
0
0
0
18395814.06

20988
223730
0
58564
2622
0
22771
36465
91084
3647
1464
32609
20812
36465
14641
17414259
1823259
0
0
0
19803380.42

24136
225967
0
64420
2805
0
25276
38288
101103
3829
1611
36849
21020
38288
16105
18807399
1914422
0
0
0
21321520.29

27757
31920
36708
228227
230509
232814
0
0
0
70862
77949
85744
3001
3212
3436
0
0
0
28056
31142
34568
40203
42213
44324
112225
124570
138272
4020
4221
4432
1772
1949
2144
41639
47052
53169
21230
21443
21657
40203
42213
44324
17716
19487
21436
20311991
21936951
23691907
2010143
2110651
2216183
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22959045.98 24725480.90 26631117.77

42215
235142
0
94318
3677
0
38371
46540
153482
4654
2358
60081
21874
46540
23579
25587259
2326992
0
0
0
28687081.64

48547
237494
0
103750
3934
0
42591
48867
170365
4887
2594
67891
22092
48867
25937
27634240
2443342
0
0
0
30905398.25

55829
239869
0
114125
4210
0
47276
51310
189105
5131
2853
76717
22313
51310
28531
29844979
2565509
0
0
0
33299068.01

64203
242267
0
125537
4504
0
52477
53876
209907
5388
3138
86690
22537
53876
31384
32232577
2693784
0
0
0
35882146.30

73833
244690
0
138091
4820
0
58249
56569
232997
5657
3452
97960
22762
56569
34523
34811184
2828474
0
0
0
38669830.43

84908
247137
0
151900
5157
0
64657
59398
258626
5940
3797
110695
22989
59398
37975
37596078
2969897
0
0
0
41678554.00

6973686
32085798.25

7740791
34833503.99

8592279
38033610.02

9537429
40984494.03

14478489
56978945.98

16071123
62451913.17

17838946
67815738.76

19801230
73625273.60

21979366
80831138.86

24397096
87932237.09

1378125
3265920
816080
712860
204020
0
529000
408040
408040
510050
0.00
510050.00
0.00
624240.00
1224120.00
616050.00
1020100.00
0.00
5100500.00
489648.00
661500.00
544733.40
18188383.00
37211459.40
69297257.65

1447031
3527194
824241
777017
206060
0
608350
412120
412120
515151
0.00
515150.50
0.00
636724.80
1236361.20
683815.50
1030301.00
0.00
5151505.00
494544.48
694575.00
550180.73
18370266.83
38092709.59
72926213.58

1519383
3809369
832483
846949
208121
0
699603
416242
416242
520302
0.00
520302.01
0.00
649459.30
1248724.81
759035.21
1040604.01
0.00
5203020.05
499489.92
729303.75
555682.54
18553969.50
39028283.68
77061893.70

1595352
4114119
840808
923174
210202
0
804543
420404
420404
525505
0.00
525505.03
0.00
662448.48
1261212.06
842529.08
1051010.05
0.00
5255050.25
504484.82
765768.94
561239.37
18739509.19
40023268.20
81007762.23

926100.00
44944.00
69984.00
32448.00
318270.00
3481093.80
25.89
4872865.69

972405.00
47640.64
75582.72
33745.92
327818.10
3759581.30
25.89
5216799.58

1021025.25
50499.08
81629.34
35095.76
337652.64
4060347.81
40.62
5586290.49

1072076.51
53529.02
88159.68
36499.59
347782.22
4385175.63
40.62
5983263.28

1125680.34
56740.76
95212.46
37959.57
358215.69
4735989.68
40.62
6409839.12

1241062.57
63753.92
111055.81
41057.07
380031.02
5524058.37
40.62
7361059.39

1303115.70
67579.16
119940.28
42699.35
391431.96
5965983.04
40.62
7890790.10

1368271.49
71633.91
129535.50
44407.33
403174.91
6443261.68
40.62
8460325.43

1436685.06
75931.94
139898.34
46183.62
415270.16
6958722.61
40.62
9072732.36

1508519.31
80487.86
151090.21
48030.97
427728.27
7515420.42
40.62
9731317.65

1583945.28
85317.13
163177.42
49952.21
440560.11
8116654.06
40.62
10439646.83

1663142.54
90436.16
176231.62
51950.29
453776.92
8765986.38
40.59
11201564.50

1746299.67
95862.33
190330.15
54028.31
467390.22
9467265.29
40.59
12021216.56

1058400.00
52488.00
48400.00
0.00
665336.00
0.00
56105.50
435600.00
3942720.00
238050.00
20000.00
0.00
6517099.50

1111320.00
56687.04
53240.00
0.00
725216.24
0.00
56666.56
479160.00
4376419.20
273757.50
20000.00
0.00
7152466.54

1166886.00
61222.00
58564.00
0.00
790485.70
0.00
57233.22
527076.00
4857825.31
314821.13
20000.00
0.00
7854113.36

1225230.30
66119.76
64420.40
0.00
861629.41
0.00
57805.55
579783.60
5392186.10
362044.29
20000.00
0.00
8629219.42

1286491.82
1350816.41
1418357.23
71409.34
77122.09
83291.86
70862.44
77948.68
85743.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
939176.06
1023701.91
1115835.08
0.00
0.00
0.00
58383.61
58967.44
59557.12
637761.96
701538.16
771691.97
5985326.57
6643712.49
7374520.86
416350.94
478803.58
550624.12
20000.00
20000.00
20000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9485762.73 10432610.76 11479621.79

1489275.09
89955.21
94317.91
0.00
1216260.24
0.00
60152.69
848861.17
8185718.16
633217.73
20000.00
0.00
12637758.19

1563738.84
97151.62
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1641925.78
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1724022.07
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1242817.64
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3983032

Fees, Service Charges & Penalties


a. Kanji House
1000
600
9849
12000
13800
II. House rent
69900
67255
180000
215000
217150
III. Bhoomi aur Bhoomi Upaj ke vikay se Income30900
11250
0
0
0
f. Various
5400
165
3000
40000
44000
Other Fees
1200
1720
2375
2000
2140
Praman Patr
0
0
0
0
0
Boat fee
4480
1720
2227
15000
16650
License fee
17355
19028
25024
30000
31500
sahukari Licence
26995
25955
46315
60000
66600
Building Construction
2150
1275
1815
3000
3150
Avedhan fee
40
24
150
1000
1100
XI. nagar panchayt ki sampathi ko hani povnchaneka
5000
prathikar
300
5000
20000
22600
XIII. Nagar Palika aur anya adhiniya mo ke antargath huyi
0 dhandh21600
ki raasi ke adhineeyam
0 ke anudhar
20000
ki position 20200
XV. Purana banda aur imaaratho ke saamaan vikray3500
aagaam
637
3000
30000
31500
XVI Visht se banaye gaye campost khaad aadi vikray500
aagam
0
500
10000
11000
Shaashkiy Prathibhitiyon ke vikray agem adhi bank
1695500
se pratyaharan
16644060
tender
15400000
12800000
13824000
Complex constriction
660800
443400
0
1500000
1575000
Others
160000
0
0
0
0
Saamchith nidhi
240000
250000
0
0
0
Nikshep
100000
216700
0
0
0
3024720.00 17705689.00
15679255 14758000.00
15880390.00
Revenue Transfers
5. Octroi Anudhan
2934500
4887579
4063800
5660000
6282600
9974600.00 25971636.00 23825559.00 25581700.00
28955021.80
Capital Receipts
12 / 13 finance commission
848000
1273900
849100
1250000
1312500
Fundamental services
1600000
2327400
2320500
2800000
3024000
R.V Ayog Madh
753000
796100
902400
800000
808000
Sadhak anurakshan Madh
313000
500400
563900
600000
654000
Town development
0
0
0
200000
202000
shaniya Nikayonse
0
0
0
0
0
Mid Day Meal
89150
763081
383143
400000
460000
S.P Machines Upakaran
202000
0
0
400000
404000
Bhandar Karch
0
0
0
400000
404000
WBM road
0
0
0
500000
505000
Others / special Madh
0
0
0
0
0.00
slum Basthi
828800
0
0
500000
505000.00
s.P.other madho se
0
0
0
0
0.00
Samsadh madh
453100
69250
0
600000
612000.00
Vidhayak Madh
0
0
0
1200000
1212000.00
Swarna Jayanthi anya
158000
382000
645000
500000
555000.00
Vishishth Madh
0
0
0
1000000
1010000.00
IHSDP
0
0
0
0
0.00
House Construction
0
0
0
5000000
5050000.00
Samudhayik bhavan
0
0
0
480000
484800.00
Swasthik bhavan
0
0
0
600000
630000.00
toilet construction
0
0
0
534000
539340.00
Adhosamrachana vikas kar
0
10125000
5875000
17830000
18008300.00
Grand Total
5245050.00 16237131.00 11539043.00 35594000.00
36379940.00
Total Income
15219650.00 42208767.00 35364602.00 61175700.00
65334961.80
Revenue Expenditure
Establishments and Salaries
a. Officers payment / salary
508500.00
614500.00
792000.00
840000.00
882000.00
b. Allowance
17600.00
13200.00
42500.00
40000.00
42400.00
c. Emergency
8000.00
19500.00
30000.00
60000.00
64800.00
provisional establishment
11200.00
8500.00
10000.00
30000.00
31200.00
GPS
181200.00
383800.00
486100.00
300000.00
309000.00
New O&M Cost
3223235.00
EAI
25.89
726500.00 1039500.00 1360600.00 1270000.00
4552660.89
office expenditure
a. i. Establishment of revenue department and534500.00
officials payment
672000.00
828500.00
960000.00
1008000.00
a.ii. Allowance
21200.00
14000.00
33000.00
45000.00
48600.00
a. iii. Emergency computerised taxation
7000.00
6500.00
14500.00
40000.00
44000.00
iii. Emergency
4500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Pension bhtha thatha updhan
189600.00
185000.00
250000.00
560000.00
610400.00
Power
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
46800.00
58900.00
0.00
55000.00
55550.00
samagri kraya
57741.00
198000.00
174200.00
360000.00
396000.00
power pravadh ka charges
426525.00
320000.00 1099360.00
3200000.00
3552000.00
New works
3000.00
14000.00
67030.00
180000.00
207000.00
Killing of animals, dogs
0.00
0.00
0.00
20000.00
20000.00
- Emergency
36000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1326866.00 1468400.00 2466590.00 5420000.00
5941550.00
water works
iv. water supply
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment aur sandharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
138000.00
132000.00
154500.00
276000.00
298080.00
Emergency
56500.00
46000.00
136813.00
120000.00
128400.00
repair
185000.00
205000.00
277640.00
400000.00
428000.00
New works
780000.00
182000.00 1119306.00
800000.00
808000.00
Pump nirman
165000.00
168500.00
70409.00
750000.00
810000.00
water supply
44500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
water vistharan
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Establishment
236600.00
288000.00
528000.00
660000.00
712800.00
Emergency
11000.00
4500.00
20000.00
650000.00
689000.00
repair
65000.00
650000.00
63451.00
500000.00
525000.00
rain water harvesting
115500.00
120000.00
66725.00
500000.00
520000.00
waste water sandhas system
0.00
5500.00
0.00
100000.00
101000.00
i. establishment of health officer
111500.00
232000.00
183000.00
0.00
0.00
ii. - permanent establishment of public toilets
0.00
0.00
0.00
380000.00
383800.00

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18

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19

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20

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21

2032-33
22

2033-34
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546284.77
551747.62
557265.10
562837.75
804057.38
844260.25
886473.27
930796.93
977336.78
1026203.61
1077513.80
1131389.49
1187958.96
1247356.91
1309724.75
566851.76
572520.28
578245.48
584027.94
589868.21
595766.90
601724.57
607741.81
613819.23
619957.42
626157.00
18926904.29 19116173.33 19307335.06 19500408.41
19695412.50
19892366.62
20091290.29
20292203.19
20495125.22
20700076.47
20907077.24
41083301.36 42214638.73 43424227.22 44719788.65
46109914.08
47604170.43
49213220.99
50948961.80
52824676.08
54855209.07
57057166.29
85417132.22 90721412.07 96002818.49 101698734.63 108561827.25 115419909.19 122838494.58 131780100.66 140756913.17 150496605.14 162216499.41

2865023
10360051
947444
2596580
236861
0
4304506
473722
473722
592152
0.00
592152.22
0.00
840144.85
1421165.32
2947546.35
1184304.43
0.00
5921522.16
568466.13
1375210.99
632418.57
21116148.01
59449138.31
174055617.31

3008274
11188855
956918
2830272
239229
0
4950181
478459
478459
598074
0.00
598073.74
0.00
856947.75
1435376.97
3271776.45
1196147.48
0.00
5980737.38
574150.79
1443971.54
638742.75
21327309.49
62051955.86
186934897.44

3158688
12083963
966487
3084997
241622
0
5692709
483244
483244
604054
0.00
604054.48
0.00
874086.70
1449730.74
3631671.86
1208108.95
0.00
6040544.75
579892.30
1516170.12
645130.18
21540582.59
64888979.37
202379647.62

3316622
13050680
976152
3362646
244038
0
6546615
488076
488076
610095
0.00
610095.02
0.00
891568.44
1464228.05
4031155.77
1220190.04
0.00
6100950.20
585691.22
1591978.62
651581.48
21755988.41
67986427.89
218099803.97

3482453
14094734
985914
3665285
246478
0
7528607
492957
492957
616196
0.00
616195.97
0.00
909399.81
1478870.33
4474582.90
1232391.94
0.00
6161959.70
591548.13
1671577.55
658097.30
21973548.30
71373752.87
235256900.31

3656576
15222313
995773
3995160
248943
0
8657898
497886
497886
622358
0.00
622357.93
0.00
927587.80
1493659.03
4966787.02
1244715.86
0.00
6223579.30
597463.61
1755156.43
664678.27
22193283.78
75084063.11
255767770.14

3839405
4031375
16440098
17755306
1005730
1015788
4354725
4746650
251433
253947
0
0
9956583
11450070
502865
507894
502865
507894
628582
634867
0.00
0.00
628581.51
634867.32
0.00
0.00
946139.56
965062.35
1508595.62
1523681.58
5513133.59
6119578.29
1257163.02
1269734.65
0.00
0.00
6285815.09
6348673.24
603438.25
609472.63
1842914.25
1935059.97
671325.05
678038.30
22415216.62 22639368.78
79154608.12 83627328.18
276794329.51 299809228.91

1833614.65
101614.07
205556.56
56189.44
481411.93
10224646.51
40.59
12903073.75

1925295.39
107710.91
222001.08
58437.01
495854.29
11042618.24
40.59
13851957.51

2021560.16
114173.57
239761.17
60774.50
510729.92
11926027.69
40.59
14873067.59

2122638.16
121023.98
258942.06
63205.48
526051.82
12880109.91
40.59
15972012.00

2228770.07
128285.42
279657.43
65733.69
541833.37
13910518.70
40.59
17154839.28

2340208.58
135982.54
302030.02
68363.04
558088.37
15023360.20
40.59
18428073.35

2457219.00
144141.50
326192.42
71097.56
574831.02
16225229.02
40.59
19798751.12

2580079.95
152789.99
352287.82
73941.47
592075.95
17523247.34
40.59
21274463.11

2709083.95
161957.39
380470.84
76899.12
609838.23
18925107.12
40.59
22863397.25

1995771.05
142747.61
167089.93
0.00
2039790.18
0.00
63853.29
1503809.34
15310686.36
1464671.09
20000.00
0.00
22708418.86

2095559.60
154167.42
183798.92
0.00
2223371.29
0.00
64491.83
1654190.28
16994861.86
1684371.76
20000.00
0.00
25074812.96

2200337.59
166500.81
202178.81
0.00
2423474.71
0.00
65136.74
1819609.30
18864296.67
1937027.52
20000.00
0.00
27698562.15

2310354.46
179820.88
222396.69
0.00
2641587.43
0.00
65788.11
2001570.23
20939369.30
2227581.65
20000.00
0.00
30608468.76

2425872.19
194206.55
244636.36
0.00
2879330.30
0.00
66445.99
2201727.26
23242699.92
2561718.90
20000.00
0.00
33836637.47

2547165.80
209743.07
269100.00
0.00
3138470.03
0.00
67110.45
2421899.98
25799396.92
2945976.73
20000.00
0.00
37418862.98

2674524.09
226522.52
296010.00
0.00
3420932.33
0.00
67781.56
2664089.98
28637330.58
3387873.24
20000.00
0.00
41395064.29

2808250.29
244644.32
325611.00
0.00
3728816.24
0.00
68459.37
2930498.98
31787436.94
3896054.23
20000.00
0.00
45809771.37

2948662.81
264215.86
358172.10
0.00
4064409.70
0.00
69143.97
3223548.88
35284055.00
4480462.36
20000.00
0.00
50712670.68

3096095.95
285353.13
393989.31
0.00
4430206.58
0.00
69835.41
3545903.76
39165301.05
5152531.71
20000.00
0.00
56159216.90

0.00
0.00
875518.68
331083.78
1103612.62
928775.16
2379126.84
0.00
0.00
2093631.62
1557762.83
1039464.09
900471.75
116096.90
0.00
441168.20

0.00
0.00
945560.17
354259.65
1180865.50
938062.92
2569456.98
0.00
0.00
2261122.14
1651228.60
1091437.29
936490.62
117257.86
0.00
445579.89

0.00
0.00
1021204.98
379057.83
1263526.08
947443.55
2775013.54
0.00
0.00
2442011.92
1750302.31
1146009.16
973950.25
118430.44
0.00
450035.68

0.00
0.00
1102901.38
405591.87
1351972.91
956917.98
2997014.62
0.00
0.00
2637372.87
1855320.45
1203309.62
1012908.26
119614.75
0.00
454536.04

0.00
0.00
1191133.49
433983.30
1446611.01
966487.16
3236775.79
0.00
0.00
2848362.70
1966639.68
1263475.10
1053424.59
120810.90
0.00
459081.40

0.00
0.00
1286424.17
464362.14
1547873.78
976152.03
3495717.86
0.00
0.00
3076231.71
2084638.06
1326648.85
1095561.57
122019.00
0.00
463672.22

0.00
0.00
1389338.11
496867.48
1656224.95
985913.55
3775375.29
0.00
0.00
3322330.25
2209716.34
1392981.30
1139384.03
123239.19
0.00
468308.94

0.00
0.00
1500485.15
531648.21
1772160.70
995772.69
4077405.31
0.00
0.00
3588116.67
2342299.32
1462630.36
1184959.40
124471.59
0.00
472992.03

0.00
0.00
1620523.97
568863.58
1896211.95
1005730.41
4403597.73
0.00
0.00
3875166.01
2482837.28
1535761.88
1232357.77
125716.30
0.00
477721.95

0.00
0.00
1750165.88
608684.03
2028946.78
1015787.72
4755885.55
0.00
0.00
4185179.29
2631807.52
1612549.97
1281652.08
126973.46
0.00
482499.17

10586546
44333830.86

0.00
0.00
437977.31
180087.64
600292.14
849216.12
1190155.74
0.00
0.00
1047337.05
922037.42
670047.82
632659.51
106152.02
0.00
403377.66

11751066
48506773.34

1181964.36
60145.21
102829.46
39477.95
368962.16
5114868.86
40.62
6868288.61

0.00
0.00
473015.50
192693.78
642312.59
857708.28
1285368.20
0.00
0.00
1131124.02
977359.67
703550.21
657965.89
107213.54
0.00
407411.43

13043684
52578591.27

0.00
0.00
510856.74
206182.34
687274.47
866285.36
1388197.66
0.00
0.00
1221613.94
1036001.25
738727.72
684284.53
108285.67
0.00
411485.55

2026-27
16

2027-28
17

2034-35

- Maintenance of public toilets


1800.00
30000.00
0.00
0.00
- provision of Public toilets (Sulab Complex)
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Construction of Nalas and public toilets
2000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
F. Kanji House
59200.00
68000.00
144000.00
144000.00
-establishment
3500.00
4000.00
3000.00
30000.00
- Emergency
0.00
0.00
0.00
10000.00
1975100.00 2135500.00 2766844.00 5320000.00
public health and services
iv. Road Cleaning
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
249600.00
235000.00
492000.00
560000.00
- Provisional establishment
15000.00
15000.00
17500.00
40000.00
- Establishment of Dustbins and their maintenance
1000.00
10000.00
8000.00
80000.00
- various cleaning sanitation equipment
128200.00
0.00
0.00
600000.00
Establishment
7000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Provisional establishment
2000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Others
0.00
18000.00
0.00
0.00
D. Medical and health centres
0.00
0.00
130000.00
0.00
- Establishment
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
- medicines
18000.00
47000.00
0.00
150000.00
- food for patience
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Communicable type
1200.00
8500.00
23600.00
80000.00
422000.00
333500.00
671100.00 1510000.00
improvements
4. Lok Nirman (Public Works)
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
i. Establishment
122400.00
156000.00
126000.00
280000.00
ii. Buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Construction workers
0.00
0.00
230000.00
800000.00
- Construction
236079.00
280000.00
326000.00
600000.00
- Maintenance (WBM)
0.00
660000.00
163451.00
800000.00
IHSDP
0.00
500000.00
284000.00
0.00
construction of houses
0.00
0.00
0.00 22800000.00
iii. Construction of Roads, paths, drains maintenance
0.00
and renovation
0.00
0.00
0.00
New roads, lanes and drains construction
748200.00
685000.00 1223000.00
1200000.00
Maintenance
250000.00
150000.00
352000.00
560000.00
iv. Anushandhan
609945.00
660000.00
850360.00
1230000.00
other works
349200.00
380000.00
450000.00
600000.00
- Bhandar aur anya (others)
314500.00
110000.00
172596.00
400000.00
Plantation
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
- Establishment
73500.00
180000.00
0.00
40000.00
- Emergency
0.00
160000.00
0.00
60000.00
- construction of buildings
0.00
0.00
0.00
10000.00
- maintenance of building
14500.00
200000.00
293000.00
500000.00
- Returns
1052800.00
1534500.00 2083000.00
2530000.00
other returns
110000.00
4500.00
1000.00
0.00
Others
5000.00
28000.00
0.00
0.00
- government education
0.00
5000.00
0.00
0.00
Mid day meal programme
314200.00
160000.00
0.00
0.00
poverty line, boy-girl student stipend
50618.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Nirman aur marammath (construction and repair) 0.00
1000.00
0.00
0.00
- Bal sadhan sishu mandir etc (Kids zone, baby school
0.00etc)
54000.00
96953.00
100000.00
- Vinidhaan
1210600.00
760000.00
0.00
0.00
prathiboothiyo me run nivaaran nidhi ko chodkar
1295600.00
sanchit nidhi
1695000.00
jama
0.00
0.00
Samvadhi nisheph
0.00
100000.00
0.00
800000.00
saving Bank / Dhak Ticket
355500.00
250000.00
220000.00
1528700.00
others
0.00
300000.00
0.00
0.00
nikhshep amanth raasi
85000.00
100000.00
0.00
0.00
7197642.00 9113000.00 6871360.00 34838700.00
others
Redemption at principal amount
46705.00
29000.00
96400.00
50000.00
Actual expenditure at work done for the private26250.00
people
29000.00
4550.00
150000.00
Government exhibition fare
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
legal chargers
123100.00
223000.00
220540.00
480000.00
Future Nidhi me apradhan
18500.00
50000.00
39320.00
60000.00
Telephone and trunk call
0.00
0.00
0.00
10000.00
Expenditure fee
2500.00
12000.00
7800.00
15000.00
Extra
500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Expenditure on stamp ticket and postages
3000.00
15000.00
47175.00
130000.00
220555.00
358000.00
415785.00
895000.00
Grand total
11868663.00 14447900.00 14552279.00 49253700.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
158400.00
32700.00
10100.00
5605280.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
174240.00
35643.00
10201.00
5910100.40

0.00
0.00
0.00
191664.00
38850.87
10303.01
6235904.85

0.00
0.00
0.00
210830.40
42347.45
10406.04
6584247.76

0.00
0.00
0.00
231913.44
46158.72
10510.10
6956803.02

0.00
0.00
0.00
255104.78
50313.00
10615.20
7355373.43

0.00
0.00
0.00
280615.26
54841.17
10721.35
7781900.89

0.00
0.00
0.00
308676.79
59776.88
10828.57
8238477.46

0.00
0.00
0.00
339544.47
65156.80
10936.85
8727357.20

0.00
0.00
0.00
373498.91
71020.91
11046.22
9250969.08

0.00
0.00
0.00
410848.81
77412.79
11156.68
9811930.90

0.00
0.00
0.00
451933.69
84379.94
11268.25
10413064.34

0.00
0.00
0.00
497127.05
91974.14
11380.93
11057411.22

0.00
0.00
0.00
546839.76
100251.81
11494.74
11748251.11

0.00
0.00
0.00
601523.74
109274.47
11609.69
12489120.36

0.00
0.00
0.00
661676.11
119109.18
11725.79
13283832.70

0.00
0.00
0.00
727843.72
129829.00
11843.04
14136501.51

0.00
0.00
0.00
800628.09
141513.61
11961.47
15051563.93

0.00
0.00
0.00
880690.90
154249.84
12081.09
16033806.95

0.00
0.00
0.00
968759.99
168132.32
12201.90
17088395.61

0.00
0.00
0.00
1065635.99
183264.23
12323.92
18220903.58

0.00
0.00
0.00
1172199.59
199758.01
12447.16
19437346.18

0.00
0.00
0.00
1289419.55
217736.23
12571.63
20744216.24

0.00
0.00
0.00
1418361.51
237332.50
12697.35
22148522.81

0.00
593600.00
42400.00
88000.00
648000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
165000.00
0.00
88000.00
1625000.00

0.00
629216.00
44944.00
96800.00
699840.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
181500.00
0.00
96800.00
1749100.00

0.00
666968.96
47640.64
106480.00
755827.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
199650.00
0.00
106480.00
1883046.80

0.00
706987.10
50499.08
117128.00
816293.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
219615.00
0.00
117128.00
2027650.55

0.00
749406.32
53529.02
128840.80
881596.85
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
241576.50
0.00
128840.80
2183790.29

0.00
794370.70
56740.76
141724.88
952124.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
265734.15
0.00
141724.88
2352419.97

0.00
842032.95
60145.21
155897.37
1028294.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
292307.57
0.00
155897.37
2534575.02

0.00
892554.92
63753.92
171487.10
1110558.13
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
321538.32
0.00
171487.10
2731379.50

0.00
946108.22
67579.16
188635.82
1199402.78
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
353692.15
0.00
188635.82
2944053.94

0.00
1002874.71
71633.91
207499.40
1295355.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
389061.37
0.00
207499.40
3173923.78

0.00
1063047.19
75931.94
228249.34
1398983.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
427967.51
0.00
228249.34
3422428.71

0.00
1126830.02
80487.86
251074.27
1510902.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
470764.26
0.00
251074.27
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59807.37
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60405.45
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61009.50
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61619.60
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62235.79
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62858.15
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176435314.14 188897739.44

Operating Surplus
TE/TR

3350987
0.78

27760867
0.34

20812323
0.41

11922000
0.81

11010138
0.83

12737609
0.82

13970802
0.81

15535840
0.80

16720985
0.79

18162866
0.79

20274638
0.78

22118527
0.77

24110008
0.76

26977733
0.75

29523171
0.74

32282935
0.74

36187814
0.73

39715151
0.72

43554336
0.71

48880612
0.70

53786730
0.69

59142721
0.68

66417867
0.67

73260410
0.66

80763925
0.66

90770347
0.65

100359015
0.64

110911489
0.63

Opening Balance
Closing Balance

1416800
4767787

4767787
32528654

32528654
53340977

53340977
65262977

65262977
76273115

76273115
89010724

89010724
102981526

102981526
118517366

118517366
135238351

135238351
153401217

153401217
173675854

173675854
195794381

195794381
219904389

219904389
246882122

246882122
276405293

276405293
308688228

308688228
344876042

344876042
384591193

384591193
428145529

428145529
477026141

477026141
530812871

530812871
589955592

589955592
656373459

656373459
729633869

729633869
810397793

810397793
901168141

901168141
1001527156

1001527156
1112438645

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