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  1. PlanPlus(http://planningonline.gov.in) A tool for Decentralized and Integrated District Planning

  2. Planning – As Is

  3. Facilitates the Decentralized Planning process in Local Language by • Supporting Need Based Planning rather than Scheme-based planning • Facilitating convergence of funds from different central and state sponsored schemes to address the needs of the people • Facilitating integration of plans prepared by various planning units into a single district plan document • Helping in monitoring the execution of the plan • Generating various graphs for analysis and decision support • Helping in the preparation of Perspective Plans and deriving the annual draft and action plans from perspective plans Objective

  4. Rural Local Bodies • Urban Local Bodies • District / State Level Line Departments • DPCs / Planning board • Citizens • State Government Departments • Central Government Departments Stakeholders

  5. Requirement Section • Capturing Information on Wish List, Works(location, proposed cost, proposed duration, asset/beneficiary) and Projects • Resource Envelope Section • Information about Resource Envelope Available with Planning Unit (Perspective Allocation/ Expected Allocation / Actual Allocation) • Planning Section • Creating Perspective, Annual Draft Plan and Annual Action Plan, Allocating available resources to Prioritized works • Output Section • Defining the output for each work included in the plan PlanPlus Sections

  6. Technical Appraisal Section • Scrutinize Plans submitted by Planning Units and offer comments on cost, duration and methodology • Administrative Approval Section • Scrutinize Plans for administrative approval • DPC Approval • Scrutinize Plans cleared by TAC and accord/endorse approval and integrate it with District Annual Plan – DPC • Plan Execution Monitoring • Record Execution Details of Works Approved in the Action Plan – Planning Unit PlanPlus Sections

  7. Planning Using PlanPlus

  8. Physical & Financial Progress Details Execution status and learnings Planning Cycle

  9. Requirement SectionStakeholder – Planning Unit PlanPlus captures Information on Wish List, Works(location, proposed cost, proposed duration, asset/beneficiary) and Projects

  10. PlanPlus captures the needs identified through SWOT analysis/Gram Sabha/Ward Sabha or even by individual citizen. • These suggestions are forwarded to the planning units • The planning units can decide if there is a need to take up the suggested need as a work in any of the Plans Suggestion Box National Informatics Centre

  11. Planning Process begins with the structuring of unstructured wish-list into structured works • Work Details (Planning Unit Wise) • Work Name • Work Focus Area (sector) • Possible Output (Asset / Training / Staff Augumentation / Services / Others) • Proposed Work Details (Asset Category / Unit / Location, training coverage) • Target Beneficiaries (Active / Passive ) • Expenditure Schedule ( Year Wise) Works

  12. A project is a logical collection of related works, possibly belonging to different sectors • A project may have one or more works • It is not mandatory for every work to be included in a project • Helps in bringing about sectoral integration and ensures maximum impact of the interventions in different sectors Project National Informatics Centre

  13. Sources of FundingStakeholder – Central Govt./State Govt. / Local Govt. Captures Information about Resource Envelope Available with Planning Unit

  14. Stakeholder • Central Government Departments (CSSs, ACAs etc.) • State Government Departments (state government schemes) Sources of Funding

  15. The software captures details about various Sources of Funding in the form of Centrally Sponsored Schemes/State Government Schemes • Details include inter-alia, • Scheme Active Period • Geographical Coverage • Target Group • Component Focus • Component Funding Pattern (State-wise and year-wise) • Permissible/Non Permissible Activities • Plan Unit Wise Checklist Sources of Funding

  16. Resource EnvelopeStakeholder –State Govt. Captures Information about Resource Envelope Available with Planning Unit

  17. Plan-unit wise resource envelope can be defined for each Source of Funding • Resource envelope corresponds to • Perspective Allocation • Expected Allocation • Actual Allocation) • Plan unit’s own funds Resource Envelope

  18. Own Funds Parastatal Bodies PSUs State Line Department Funding Sources

  19. Tied and Untied Funds

  20. Planning Process Stakeholder - Planning Units Facilitates preparation of Perspective Plan, Draft Annual Plan and Annual Action Plan

  21. A plan would consist of one or more works. • PlanPlus automatically includes all works which have been created for the Plan Year. In addition, it also includes spill-over, on-going and resumed works from previous years’ plans in the current Plan. • Based on the sector of the work and that of the component, the software automatically shows the amount of expected allocation under different components of different schemes. • The Planning unit can allocate funds from different schemes/components to different works • One work may be funded by more than one Source of Funding, thereby converging the funds from different funding sources • If any permissible activity is defined under a component, then the planner will have to indicate the activity of the component under which the work is being undertaken. Planning

  22. Works may be included or excluded from the plan as per availability of funds. However, works which are on-going or spill-over cannot be excluded. • Works funding can be shared by multiple Planning Units • Priority can be set for each work; fund availability is automatically re-calculated • A Planning unit has to answer defined Process Checklist based on scheme components from funds are proposed to be taken up • The software also informs the planner about fund availability under different schemes under different sectors thereby ensuring maximum utilization of funds Planning (contd.)

  23. Converge Resources

  24. Converge Resources

  25. Provision to define Plan Unit wise Standing Committees • Planning Unit can assign works to the Standing Committee’s • Mandatory to assign works to Standing Committee (for both Draft Action Plan and Annual Action Plan) if Standing Committee exist for the Plan Unit. Standing Committees

  26. Sharing of Works

  27. What are other planning units planning for my GP? Am I duplicating their efforts? Who is doing what in my Gram Panchayat

  28. Can I add value to what others are planning in my GP? Is the other planning unit short of funds? Can I contribute? I am short of funds? Is any other planning unit willing to contribute? Can I Collaborate?

  29. Provision to share the cost of Work among different Planning Units • Planning Unit can demand the amount from multiple planning units • Planning Unit giving the amount can accept/reject the demand • Mandatory to freeze the amount if the request for demand is accepted. Sharing of Work Funding

  30. Planning Workflow

  31. Planning WorkFlow Citizens/ NGOs/ Suggest CBOs / Needs/Expectations GramSabhas / Area Sabhas / Planning Units , Norms, Unstructured wish - list SORs Planning Unit Assign Prepare Annual Plan Formulate Projects ( ULBs & RLBs ) Works to Projects (Prioritization & (Sectoral Integration) source of funding) (Estimates,time, location etc) GP Boundaries, Census Database, Local resource database etc. Forward to TAC Integration with CSS/State Fund info, Technical Evaluate for Approval Committee Review All works approved? Technical Scrutiny/ (BTAC/DTAC/STAC) Sanction Yes Evaluate for Review All works approved? DPC Administrative Approval Approved Plan Yes National Informatics Centre PRI National Implementation Area Profiler Services Linkages Accounting Panchayat Monitoring ( ) PRIASoft Portal

  32. Captures the plan unit wise, state-specific work flows as defined by the State Planning Department. • The Plan is routed to various stakeholders as per the defined workflow. • Different Workflows can be defined for Draft Annual Plan and Annual Action Plan • Versions of the workflow are maintained to ensure consistency in legacy plans. Planning Workflow in PlanPlus

  33. Scrutinize Plans submitted by Planning Units and offer comments on cost, duration and methodology – Technical Appraisal Committee • Once an optimal Plan has been prepared by a planning unit, it may get forwarded for technical clearance • At the time of technical clearance, the Plan may be forwarded to more than one approving entity based on the sector and cost of the work. • The Plan is returned back to the Planning Unit if any work requires modification to meet technical (for eg., revision of cost estimates) • The Planning Unit must modify as per the clearance requirement and forward it back for clearance • If all works are cleared, the Plan is forwarded to the next level as defined in the process flow of the planning unit. Technical Scrutiny

  34. At different stages of planning process, administrative approval may be required at different levels. • The privilege for administrative approval can be given to a user for one or more planning units • Based on the workflow, the plan of the planning unit will be automatically forwarded to the approving authority Administrative Approval

  35. Review and Consolidate the plans of local bodies in view of district priorities • Accord clearance for the plans of each planning unit in the district after examining the plans in a holistic manner • Generate the District plan - DPC DPC Approval

  36. The DPC can generate sectoral views of the Plan (to be reviewed by sectoral committees) and take decisions (scrutinise, review and approve) on each work included in the Plan • The DPC can either approve a Plan (if all works are approved) or return the Plan to the planning unit for review/modification • The DPC can look at the plan unit wise plan report which provides a detailed analysis of the Plan of the selected planning unit Plan review/consolidation by DPC

  37. Planning Execution Records Execution of Works Approved in the Plan National Informatics Centre

  38. Planning Unit can Record Execution of Works Approved in the Action Plan • Frequency of Recording is event-based • Expenditure on the Work can be recorded Component Wise • Work-wise outputs to be Achieved can recorded Plan Execution

  39. Annual Plan of respective Plan Units • Integrated District Plan • History of the Plan as it goes through the cycle of revisions • Status of approval of different works • Expected Fund utilization • Sectoral Plan • Scheme Plan • Sectorwise Scheme plan and vice versa • Sectorwise BRGF allocation • Gap filling by BRGF Reports

  40. PlanPlus is a highly generic software making it easy to customize it to specific requirements • Provides complete local language support in UNICODE • Captures the state-specific workflows as defined by the State Planning Department • Can be easily extended to facilitate the preparation of state and central government plans. • Is web-based but can be installed locally also • Based on Open source tools and technologies Customizing PlanPlus National Informatics Centre

  41. National Workshops • No. of trainings – 4 • No. of people trained - 172 • State Level • No. of trainings – 88 • No. of people trained - 2534 • District Level Trainings • No. of trainings – 292 • No. of people trained – 7820 • Total Trainings • No. of trainings – 386 • No. of people trained – 10526 Capacity Building

  42. Capacity Building

  43. Implementation Status

  44. District Plan Report 2009-2010 District : ADILABAD (AP) View Report

  45. Thank You

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