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  • Deoghar Municipal Corporation Page 1

    DEOGHAR MUNICIPAL

    CORPORATION

    UNDER

    ATAL MISSION FOR

    REJUVENATION AND URBAN

    TRANSFORMATION (AMRUT)

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    Contents

    1. Disclaimer……………………………………………………………………….…….4

    2. AMRUT…………………………………………………………………………….……5

    3. Deoghar Municipal Corporation…….………………………………...……….…..6

    4. Deoghar City Profile……..………………………………………………….………..6

    5. Key Indicators…………....................………………………..………………………7

    6. Deoghar District Profile …………………………………………………..…………8

    7. Executive Summary………………………………………………………………..…9

    8. Organization Structure and Legal Framework

    a. Administrative Setup ……………………………………………..……….12

    b. Functional Domain ………………………………………….…..……...….13

    c. Taxing Power ……………………………………………………….…..…...13

    d. Borrowing Powers………………………………………………………..…14

    9. Demography and Economic Base

    a. Demography………………………………………………………..….........15

    b. Economic Base……………………………………………………….…….15

    10. Delivery of Civic Services

    a. Water Supply……………………………………………………..……..…..16

    b. Sewerage …………………………………………………………….....…..18

    c. Storm Water Drainage ………………………………..………….……….21

    d. Space Availability .……………………………………………….……….22

    e. Urban Transport ………………………………………….……..…..…....22

    f. Street Light …………………………………………………………...…...23

    g. Solid Waste Management ………………………………….………..…..24

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    11. Financial Analysis

    a. Revenues Receipts ………………………………..………….………...…25

    b. Revenue Expenditure ………………………………………………….….26

    c. Revenue Surplus/Deficit ……………………………………………….....27

    12. Annexure I - Financials ……………………………………….…………..…..……29

    13. Annexure II - Projections ………………………………………………...………..30

    14. Annexure III – Key Ratios ………………………………….………………….……31

    15. Annexure IV- State Finances – Jharkhand……………………………………….32

    16. Annexure V - Service Level Benchmarks…………………………………………36

    17. Annexure VI – AMRUT – Reforms & Its Status……………………………………37

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    Disclaimer

    This report is intended for the use of Deoghar Municipal Corporation and Government of Jharkhand and is subject to the scope of work and purpose defined therein. We, by means of this report are not rendering any professional advice or services to any third party.

    For purposes of the exercise, we have used information obtained from primary interactions and secondary information sources, which we believe to be reliable and our assessment is dependent on such information being complete and accurate in all material respects. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for any losses occasioned to any party as a result of our reliance on such information. BWR has relied on the audited financials up to FY16, SLIP data provided by municipality and other information/clarifications provided by the Urban local Body

    Our procedures did not constitute an audit. We make no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information used within this assessment, including any estimates, and shall have no liability for any representations (expressed or implied) contained in, or for any omission from, this assessment.

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    Atal Mission of Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation (AMRUT)

    Atal Mission of Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation (AMRUT) was launched by the Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. Of India on 25th June 2015 for the next 5 years, i.e. up to March 2020. Five hundred cities with a population greater than one lakh have been taken up under the Mission. Under the mission MoUD, GOI will provide 50% of the project funds while State & ULB will share the remaining 50%. Earlier, MoUD used to give project- by- project sanctions under JNNURM/UIDSSMT and other schemes which have been replaced by approval of the State Annual Action Plan once a year by the MoUD and the State has to decide on the project sanctions and approvals at their end.

    Thrust areas under the mission:  Water Supply  Sewerage facilities and Septage management  Strom water drains to reduce flooding  Urban Transport –pedestrian, non-motorized and public transport facilities, parking

    space  Creation and upgradation of green spaces, parks and recreation centers, especially

    for children. In the Service Level Improvement Plan (SLIP) for Deoghar, sector-wise projects identified and the estimated costs are: water supply- 43.nos./Rs. 382.00 Cr.; sewerage/septage- 4 nos./ Rs. 146.59 Cr.; storm water drainage- 7 nos/ Rs. 421.75 Cr.; urban transport – 8 nos. / Rs. 43.00 Cr.; and parks – 29 nos./ Rs. 6.81 Cr. In total 91 nos of projects have been identified with a total estimated cost of Rs. 1000.15 Crore.

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    MUNICIPAL CORPORATION/ MUNICIPALITY

    Deoghar Municipal Corporation (DMC) was established on 26 June 2010 by merging Jasidih notified area committee and Deoghar municipality. Deoghar is the Third Municipal Corporation of Jharkhand and DMC is best known for its services to the citizens of Deoghar. The jurisdiction of Deoghar Municipal Corporation has a total area of 119.70 Sq. km and the numbers of wards are 36. The Municipal had a population of 2,03,123 persons as per 2011 census.

    Deoghar is one of the oldest cities in Jharkhand, which is situated on the banks of the River Ajay is the home of Baba Baidyanath temple. Deoghar is the district headquarter and centre for district level administrative activities. Regional and historical significance of Deoghar has been constantly & continuously influencing the economic profile of the city. Since ancient times, Deoghar being the capital city has been flourishing rich in trade and commerce activities and has donned the image of a regional centre of commerce. Deoghar is a major junction along the Chennai-Kanniyakumari railway route. National Highways NH-7, NH-45B, NH-208 and NH-49 pass through the city.The nearest railway station is Baidyanath Dham (Deoghar) which is a terminal station of a 8 km branch line originating at Jasidih Jn. on the Howrah-Delhi main line. Deoghar is approachable from Kolkata 373 km, Giridih 60 km, Patna 281 km, Dumka 67 km, Madhupur 30km, Ranchi 250 km Simultala 53 km and other places. Regular buses are available from surrounding towns.

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    Key Indicators – DMC

    Area under municipal Corporation. 119.70

    Wards 36

    Population as per census 2011. 203123

    Literacy Rate 66.31%

    Sex Ratio 921

    Number of Households 36768

    Road length ( km) 180

    Street lights 3302

    Household level coverage of direct water supply connection 28.41%

    Per capita quantum of water supply. 69.33 LPCD

    Solid waste collected NIL

    Solid waste generated 29.82 MLD

    Solid waste collection efficiency (%). NIL

    Coverage of storm water drainage network. NIL

    Open areas - Park, Hall, Playground, Gardens. 697458 sq. m

    Total number of Markets 5 Source: SLIP, SAAP & CDP of DMC

    District Profile - Deoghar

    The district contains several clusters of rocky hills covered with forest, but series of long ridges with intervening depressions. Most of the rolling uplands are cultivated by highland crops. The average elevation of the district is 247 m above mean sea level, However hill ranges like Phuljari (750 m), Teror (670 m) and Degaria (575 m) break the monotony of the landscape. The general slope of the district is from northwest to southeast. Geologically the district is mainly covered by chhotanagpur granite gneiss of Archean age with patches of alluvium, sandstone and shale of Gondawana formations. Important rivers flowing in the district are the Ajay, the Paltro etc. These rivers gather a large number of tributaries which form th