ࡱ> MOL  4bjbjVV .P<< ,49<!4uuuuuPPPE!G!G!G!G!G!G!"x%BG!PPG!uu\!vuuE!E!: , !u@`pS2X" 1!r!0! R%z% !% !(Pd~dPPPG!G!z PPP!%PPPPPPPPP : No.J-17046/39/2009-SGSY-II (SP) Government of India Ministry of Rural Development (Department of Rural Development) Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi Dated the 22nd February, 2010 To The Pay & Accounts Officer, Ministry of Rural Development Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi Subject: Release of First instalment in respect of Special Project under Swarnjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana (SGSY) for creation of jobs and employability of rural BPL youth in Chhattisgarh, MP, West Bengal, & Orissa to be implemented by Educomp Solutions Ltd. Sir, I am directed to convey the approval of the President of India for sanction of a Special Project under Swarnjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana (SGSY) for creation of jobs and employability of rural BPL youth in Chhattisgarh, MP, West Bengal, & Orissa. The project will be implemented by Educomp Solutions Limited and coordinated by National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The total cost of the project is Rs. 1494.23 lakh to be funded as follows: Source of funds (Rs. in lakh) Central share: 1120.68 Educomp Solutions Ltd. (IA) Share: 373.55 Total 1494.23 2. The expected outcome/benefits from the project are as follows: 9450 rural BPL beneficiaries in 4 States i.e Chhattisgarh, MP, West Bengal, & Orissa will be covered to train and place them in different sectors. 3. The details of break up of the approved cost, phasing of activities and the targets set for implementation are given in Annexure-1. The approval is subject to the following conditions: i) The total cost of the project will be Rs.1494.23 lakh of which MoRD funding would be Rs. 1120.68 lakh @ 11859 per beneficiaries (Rs. 9859+2000) towards post placement settlement support payable to candidates @ Rs. 1000 per month + 1.5% monitoring charges of Coordinating Agency) i.e. 75%. The remaining project cost of Rs. 373.55 lakh will be mobilized by the implementing agency on its own or from other sources either in cash or kind. Under the project, IA will ensure that components like Training Cost, mobilization of beneficiaries, Curriculum, Training of Trainers, Utilities, Infrastructure, Equipments, Teaching aids, raw materials, etc., Boarding & Lodging or food and to and fro transport of trainees, Assessment & Certification Placement Linkage, MIS & Tracking/monitoring, Institutional overheads (Admn. Costs) maximum up to 10 % of the total project cost, Assistance for post placement settlement support for trainees are included. In case of training and placement of beneficiaries as security guards in the project, it will be ensured that all statutory requirements under the Private Security Agencies (Regulation) Act 2005 have been fully adhered to. Audit Reports of the project should reflect the total Govt. grant (Central & State Share if any and interest thereon) and cash contribution if any from other sources with reference to cost estimates & components in the project report. In case of contribution in kind by Implementing Agency or other sources, the Auditor will provide a separate certificate indicating the valuation of cost components borne by IA or other sources. The Audited accounts, however, need not reflect this as part of receipts. No stipend will be paid to the beneficiaries during the training period out of Government funds. The implementing Agency will have to ensure that out of the total beneficiaries covered, a minimum of 50% will be from SC/ST, 40% women and 15% from minority categories. Beneficiary selection has to be done in consultation with the State Governments/ DRDAs through appropriate awareness and publicity campaigns and advertisements in local electronic/print media. Priority should be accorded in selection to such BPL beneficiaries who have completed 100 days of employment under NREGA in the Districts covered under this project. Production of BPL cards, SC/ST certificates etc. by candidates duly verified by the Panchayat functionary may be treated as sufficient for candidate selection by PIA/DRDA. 100% rural BPL beneficiaries will be covered in the project and provided placement, which in no case will be less than 75% of beneficiaries trained. Release of funds after 1st installment will be based on achievement of placement corresponding to financial targets and expenditure. The implementing agency will furnish a certificate to the effect that the beneficiaries trained and /or placed have not been assisted under any other Government programmes for similar skill development/training. A Web based monitoring system is to be established and a web site for this project with details regarding beneficiaries, training, income etc will have to be maintained by the PIA and beneficiaries tracked at least for one year. No capital assets, equipment or infrastructure will be supported under the project with Government funding and only expenses on consumables and apportioned revenue expenses (rental, lease etc.) on training related infrastructure will be permissible. The implementing agency will furnish an affidavit to the effect that the infrastructure or cost components included in the project proposal has not been funded or are proposed to be funded under any other government programmes/schemes before release of funds by the coordinating agency i.e. NIRD to IA. 4. The Central Govt. share of funds would be released in three installments in the ratio of 25:50:25. 5. The project will be implemented by Educomp Solutions Limited and coordinated by National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad. The funds will be released to Registrar, National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad. 6. I am also directed to convey the sanction of the President of India for release of Rs. 2,80,17,000/- (Rupees two crore eighty lakh and seventeen thousand only) as grant-in-aid towards 1st installment of Central share of funds to Registrar, National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad. 7. The funds released for the project should be maintained in a separate bank account. No fund would be kept in fixed deposit. The interest accrued on the amount deposited in the bank would be used only for the project. 8. The grants-in-aid shall be utilized for the purpose for which it has been sanctioned and shall not be diverted for any other purpose. 9. The project period would be two years from the date of sanction of the project. 10. Documentation should be an inherent part of the project along with the video recording giving the status of area/beneficiaries before and after the project. It should cover the details of deliverables as indicated in the project and achievements made against these deliverables. 11. No cost escalation will be permitted for the project. Escalation, if any, would be borne by the Project Implementing Agency. 12. Monitoring and Evaluation of the project will be done by Committees as stipulated in bi-partite MOU to be entered into between Implementing Agency & Monitoring Agency. Funds should be transferred to the IA only after signing of the bi-partite MOU. 13. The Implementing Agency/Coordinating Agency shall submit the physical & financial progress report of the project by 15th of the month succeeding every quarter in the monitor format enclosed at Annexure-II. Failure to furnish the progress report would make the implementing/coordinating agency liable to refund the Central funds. 14. Second installment of funds for the project will be released subject to the following conditions: (a) Utilisation of 60% of the 1st instalment and achievement of corresponding physical target. (b) Submission of year-wise utilization certificates for at least 60% of the total available funds. (c) Submission of year-wise audit reports of the funds utilized; (d) Regular reporting of progress in the prescribed format and against the approved expenditure phasing; (e) A certificate from the Implementing/Coordinating Agency that the project is being implemented as per the approved project proposal. 15. Third and final installment of funds would be released subject to the following conditions: (a) Utiisation of 90% of the total available funds and achievement of corresponding physical targets. (b) Submission of year-wise utilisation certificates for at least 90% of the total available funds; (c) Submission of year-wise audit reports of the funds utilized; (d) Regular reporting of the progress in prescribed format; (e) A certificate from the Implementing/Coordinating Agency that the project is being implemented as per the approved project proposal. 16. The release of funds is subject to Internal Audit of the Ministry of Rural Development from time to time, and on completion of the project, to ascertain achievement of project objectives and outcomes. 17. It shall be open to this Ministry to prescribe such conditions, as it deems fit, from time to time to ensure proper execution of the project. 18. The expenditure is debited to: Demand No. 80 Department of Rural Development, Major Head 2501 Special Programme for Rural Development, Sub-Major Head 06 Self-employment Programme Minor Head 06.101 Swaranjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) 12-Assistance to District Rural Development Agencies and others, 12.00.31 Grants-in-aid (2009-2010 - Plan) 19. The Pay and Accounts Officer (RD) will be the Drawing and Disbursing Officer for this purpose. The amount mentioned in para 6 above will be sent to the Registrar, National Institute of Rural Development NIRD, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh through RTGS Telegraphic Transfer/Demand Draft in State Bank of Hyderabad, Bank Branch Code No. 20965, Bank Account No. 52040475313. The fund so released shall be disbursed to IA in lumpsum to the extent possible within a fortnight after completing the pre-requisite formalties and deducting monitoring charges @ 1.5% payable to NIRD. 20. It is certified that no utilization certificate is outstanding from the recipient organization under SGSY (Special Projects). 21. The accounts of the grantee institution or organization shall be open to inspection by Internal Audit of the Principal Accounts Office functioning under Chief Controller of Accounts, in terms of Rule 211 (1) of GFR 2005. 22. This issues under the delegated powers of this Ministry and with the concurrence of its Integrated Finance Division vide their U.O. Dy. No. 1022/Fin.II/2010 dated 18.2.2010. Yours faithfully, (Amarjit Banga) Director (SGSY) Copy to: 1. Secretary, Rural Development Deptt., Govt. of Chhattisgarh (Raipur), MP (Bhopal), West Bengal (Kolkotta), & Orissa (Bhubneshwar) for information. 2 Registrar, National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad. 3. The Accountant General, Government of Chhattisgarh (Raipur), Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal), West Bengal (Kolkotta), & Orissa (Bhubneshwar) for information 4. The Director of Audit Economic & Services Ministries of AGCR Building, IP Estate, New Delhi. 5. Educomp Solutions Ltd., 16, 80 Fet Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore 560 034. 6. B&A/Fin.II/SO (SGSY)/Guard File. 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