Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan
Hon'ble Chief Minister
Shri. M B Rajesh
Hon'ble Minister for LSGD
Dr. Venu V IAS
Chief Secretary (Chairman, SHPSC, AMRUT)
Smt. Sarada Muraleedharan IAS
Addl. Chief Secretary, LSGD (Chairman, SLTC)
Shri. Alex Varghese IAS
Mission Director, AMRUT
ATAL MISSION FOR REJUVENATION & URBAN TRANSFORMATION
The Prime Minister of India launched AMRUT on 25th June 2015
AMRUT KERALA launched on 1st September 2015
Total number of projects: 1022
Total Outlay of the projects: 2357.69 Crore
Fund Sharing Pattern: Central Assistance – 50%, State – 30%, ULB – 20%
- Water supply system, Augmentation of existing water supply, Water treatment plants, Universal metering.
- Rehabilitation of old water supply systems and treatment plants.
- Rejuvenation of water bodies and recharging of ground water.
- Special water supply arrangement for difficult areas, hill and coastal cities and those having water quality problems (e.g. arsenic, fluoride).
- Decentralised, networked underground sewerage systems, including augmentation of existing sewerage systems and sewage treatment plants.
- Rehabilitation of old sewerage system and treatment plants.
- Recycling of water for beneficial purposes and reuse of wastewater.
Construction and improvement of drains and storm water drains in order to reduce and eliminate flooding.
- Construction & improvement of Footpaths/ Walkways, Sidewalks, Foot Over Bridges and facilities for non-motorised transport (e.g. bicycles).
- Multi-level parking.
Development of green space and parks with special provision for children, senior citizens and Divyang friendly components.
- Improving delivery of citizen services
- Bringing down the cost of delivery
- Improving financial health of Urban Local Bodies
- Augmenting resources
- Enhancing transparency.
- Improving institutional outcomes by Individual Capacity Building and Institutional Capacity Building.
- Enhancing the functional knowledge
- Improving the job related skills
- Changing the attitude of municipal functionaries.
9 AMRUT MISSION CITIES
- 6 Water Treatment Plants (Capacity: 265 MLD)
- 20 Water Tanks (Capacity: 135 Lakh Litre)
- 1462 Kilometer Water Supply Network
- 1.53 Lakh water tap connections (Universal coverage)
- 32 Lakh beneficiaries
- Employment Generation: 2.7 Crore Man-days
- 152 Projects completed
- Expenditure: 1000.02 Cr. (75.78%)
SEWERAGE & SEPTAGE MANAGEMENT
- 10 Sewage Treatment Plants (Capacity: 27.75 MLD)
- 5 Septage Treatment Plants (Capacity: 320 KLD)
- 2967 Sewer connections provided (Universal coverage)
- 87600 Households covered under Septage management (Universal coverage)
- 13.36 Lakh beneficiaries
- Employment Generation: 1.5 Crore Man-days
- 98 Projects completed
- Expenditure: 201.54 Cr. (49.39%)
STORM WATER DRAINAGE
- 389 Km. Stormwater drainage network
- 1093 out of 1304 water logging points eliminated
- Employment Generation: 1.15 Lakh Man-days
- 485 Projects completed
- Expenditure: 279.70 Cr. (83.36%)
- 75.58 Kilometer Footpath
- 17 Foot Over Bridges
- 1 Skywalk
- 1 Subway
- 7 Multi-level parking
- Employment Generation: 63 Lakh Man-days
- 100 Projects completed
- Expenditure: 118.37 Cr. (63.17%)
GREEN SPACE & PARKS
- 77 Parks
- Total Area:33 Acre (23 Acre covered)
- Employment Generation: 14 Lakh Man-days
- 66 Projects completed
- Expenditure: 36.64Cr. (77%)
- Reforms Incentives received : Rs. 59.82 Crore
- Reforms Implementation Rank for Kerala : 7th (with average score of 82.49%)
- Street Light Replaced as part of Energy efficiency: 1.59 lakh
- Energy auditing done& 11 Pumps replaced: 21 Mega watt savings/year
- Credit Rating : Completed for 9 cities & 2 Cities are eligible for issuance of bond (TVM & KOCHI)
- Formulation of GIS based Master Plan : Draft Master Plan for 9 Mission cities have been prepared and submitted to MoHUA
- Local Area Plan & Town Planning Scheme (LAP&TPS) : Preparation progressing in Thiruvananthapuram City
- Single Window Clearance System for Building Plan Approval
- Total Functionaries Trained : 2743 Nos (Including Officials & Elected representatives)
- ULB Functionaries attended for Orientation: 1592 Nos
- Officials attended for Capsule 1: 625 Nos
- Officials attended for Capsule 2: 276 Nos
- Orientation & Advanced training on FSSM: 250 Nos
- Exposure visit done: 321 ULB functionaries