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Government Of Assam Majuli District

PWD ROADS

  • INTRODUCTION

    PWRD, Majuli Road Divison, Garamur was created on 30/06/2018 vide Govt. Notification No.  RBEB. 138/2018/6. Earlier, there was only a Sub-Division which was created in 1954 and it was under Jorhat Rural Road Division. It has now two Sub-Division with 5 nos of Assistant Engineers and 7 nos of Junior Engineers. Majuli Road Division is working efficiently to improve the Road Network to have a better connectivity to all places under different State Government and Central Government Schemes.

    SCHEMES UNDER PWD ROADS DEPT

    PMGSY:-

    The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), was launched by the Govt. of India to provide connectivity to unconnected Habitations as part of a poverty reduction strategy.

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 54 Nos.
    2 Total Sanctioned Length 166.72 Km.
    3 Completed Packages 18 Nos.
    4 Completed Length 66.286Km
    5 Completed up to GSB Level 45.294Km
    6 Completed up to WBM Level 9.91 Km
    7 Target in 2019-20 99 Km
    8 Habitations Connected 28 Nos
    9 Sanctioned RCC Bridges 16 Nos ( alloted-12)

    SOPD: 2017-18:-

    State Own Priority Development Scheme for every year for road, bridge and building works within the state.

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 4 Nos.
    2 Packages completed 2 Nos.
    3 Total Road Length 26.21Km
    4 Completed Road Length 23.61Km

    SOPD 2018-19 :-

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 26 Nos.
    2 Total Road Packages 11 Nos.
    3 Total Road Length 24.86Km
    4 Completed Length 12.05Km
    5 Total SPT Bridges 12 Nos.
    6 Completed SPT Bridge 3 Nos
    7 Drain cum Footpath 1 No.
    8 Divisional Office Building 1 No.
    9 Repair& renovation of divisional office 1 No (Completed)

    CRF :-

    The Central Road Fund was established by the Parliament by law (Central Road Fund Act 2000) in order to fund the development of State highways, Major District Roads, etc. The Fund is utilised for projects relating to the construction and development of State Roads including roads of inter-State connectivity and of economic importance, but excluding the Rural Roads, and to be identified in accordance with CRF rules. Priority is given on the potential roads which are considered as important.

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 2 Nos.
    2 Total Road Length 34.60Km
    3 Completed Road Length 32.40Km

    RIDF :-

    The Government of India created the RIDF (Rural Infrastructure Development Fund) in NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) in 1995-96. The Government of Assam has taken the initiative for development of road infrastructure in rural areas with the financial assistance from NABARD under RIDF. Implementation of RIDF projects for rural road and bridge construction by PWD in the State started from 1997-98. The main objective of NABARD funded RIDF is to promote balanced and integrated economic development of rural areas of Assam by constructing roads and bridges in a phased manner.

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 3 Nos.
    2 Total Road Length 6.124Km
    3 Total RCC Bridge 1 No(Span =2x24.75m)
    4 Completed Road Length 6.064Km
    5 Completed RCC Bridge 1 No.

    PR :-

    Periodical renewal of already executed works whose defect liability period is already been over. It is funded by state Govt.

    1 Total Sanctioned Package 1 No.
    2 Total Road 4 Nos.
    3 Total Road Length 9.69Km
    4 Completed Road Length 8.05 Km

    RCC Bridge under MLCSNA :-

    MLCSNA means Mahabir Lasit Chilaray Setu Nirman Abhijan. It is under RIDF funded by NABARD. It is specially for conversion of SPT Bridges into RCC one.

    • 8 Nos of bridges: contractor mobilised at site. Foundation work in progress. But hampered due to submergence of area during this rainy season.

     

    RCC Bridges under 1000+ conversion :-

    It is for conversion of SPT Bridges into RCC one.

    • 3 nos of RCC Bridges: contractor mobilised at site. Foundation work in progress. But hampered due to submergence of area during this rainy season.

     

    SCSP :-

    The SCSP (Scheduled Caste Sub Plan) component is a scheme implemented with the objective of welfare of the Scheduled Caste population. Similarly, TSP (Tribal Sub Plan) component is a scheme implemented with the objective of welfare of the Scheduled Tribe population.

    1 Total Sanctioned Packages 5 Nos
    2 Total Road Length 4.325Km
    3 Completed Road Length 2.55Km

    Assam Mala 2018-19:-

    The State government has taken up an ambitious project to upgrade all State highways. Entitled ‘Assam Mala’, 2500 km of the highways would be taken up at the initial stage. The work would be taken up as per the specifications of the National Highways. This is for the first time that the Public Works Department (PWD) will carry out the project.Work just started.

    1 Total Sanctioned Package 1 No.
    2 Total Road Length 20.08 Km

    ARMF :-

    Assam Road Maintenance Fund is meant for maintenance work. Under this scheme 48.023 Km & 16 Nos of SPT Bridges has already been constructed.