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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
(PMGSY)
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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
(PMGSY)
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Mission of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 Launched on 25
th
December 2000 as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to
provide road connectivity in rural areas of the country.
 Programme envisages connecting all eligible unconnected habitations with a
population of 500 persons (as per 2001 census) and above in plain areas,
 250 persons and above in Special Category States (States of the North-East,
Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand), the Tribal
(Schedule V) areas, the Desert (as identified in the Desert Development
Programme) areas and in the 88 selected Tribal and Backward Districts in 9
States under Integrated Action Plan (IAP),
 Up-gradation of selected rural roads to provide full farm to market
connectivity is also an objective of the scheme, though not central to it.
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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
(PMGSY)
1
Mission of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 Launched on 25
th
December 2000 as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to
provide road connectivity in rural areas of the country.
 Programme envisages connecting all eligible unconnected habitations with a
population of 500 persons (as per 2001 census) and above in plain areas,
 250 persons and above in Special Category States (States of the North-East,
Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand), the Tribal
(Schedule V) areas, the Desert (as identified in the Desert Development
Programme) areas and in the 88 selected Tribal and Backward Districts in 9
States under Integrated Action Plan (IAP),
 Up-gradation of selected rural roads to provide full farm to market
connectivity is also an objective of the scheme, though not central to it.
ü Project Implementation by the States/UTs: SRRDA at
State level and PIUs at district level.
ü NRRDA at National Level for technical support to MoRD
ü Maintenance budgeted by the States
ü Inbuilt post construction 5-year maintenance
ü Three tier Quality Monitoring Mechanism at District
level (PIU), State level (SQMs) and National Level
(NQMs)
ü Comprehensive MIS (OMMAS)
3
PMGSY - SALIENT FEATURES
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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
(PMGSY)
1
Mission of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 Launched on 25
th
December 2000 as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to
provide road connectivity in rural areas of the country.
 Programme envisages connecting all eligible unconnected habitations with a
population of 500 persons (as per 2001 census) and above in plain areas,
 250 persons and above in Special Category States (States of the North-East,
Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand), the Tribal
(Schedule V) areas, the Desert (as identified in the Desert Development
Programme) areas and in the 88 selected Tribal and Backward Districts in 9
States under Integrated Action Plan (IAP),
 Up-gradation of selected rural roads to provide full farm to market
connectivity is also an objective of the scheme, though not central to it.
ü Project Implementation by the States/UTs: SRRDA at
State level and PIUs at district level.
ü NRRDA at National Level for technical support to MoRD
ü Maintenance budgeted by the States
ü Inbuilt post construction 5-year maintenance
ü Three tier Quality Monitoring Mechanism at District
level (PIU), State level (SQMs) and National Level
(NQMs)
ü Comprehensive MIS (OMMAS)
3
PMGSY - SALIENT FEATURES
PMGSY-II - Features
ü Union Cabinet approved PMGSY-II on 1
st
May, 2013.
ü Aims at consolidation of rural road network, through upgradation of
‘Through Routes’ and ‘Major Link Routes’.
ü Guidelines published and posted on the website.
ü All States/ UTs are eligible to Participate in PMGSY- II once they
substantially complete PMGSY works.
ü DRRP is the basis of PMGSY – II and not Core Network.
ü Centre- State Sharing: 75:25 [ Special Areas- 90:10]
ü 12
th
Five Year Plan period target - 50,000 Km length under PMGSY-II.
ü 7 States - Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra,
Telangana and Uttar Pradesh - sanctioned 11,234.04 Km road length
under PMGSY-II.
4
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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
(PMGSY)
1
Mission of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
 Launched on 25
th
December 2000 as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to
provide road connectivity in rural areas of the country.
 Programme envisages connecting all eligible unconnected habitations with a
population of 500 persons (as per 2001 census) and above in plain areas,
 250 persons and above in Special Category States (States of the North-East,
Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand), the Tribal
(Schedule V) areas, the Desert (as identified in the Desert Development
Programme) areas and in the 88 selected Tribal and Backward Districts in 9
States under Integrated Action Plan (IAP),
 Up-gradation of selected rural roads to provide full farm to market
connectivity is also an objective of the scheme, though not central to it.
ü Project Implementation by the States/UTs: SRRDA at
State level and PIUs at district level.
ü NRRDA at National Level for technical support to MoRD
ü Maintenance budgeted by the States
ü Inbuilt post construction 5-year maintenance
ü Three tier Quality Monitoring Mechanism at District
level (PIU), State level (SQMs) and National Level
(NQMs)
ü Comprehensive MIS (OMMAS)
3
PMGSY - SALIENT FEATURES
PMGSY-II - Features
ü Union Cabinet approved PMGSY-II on 1
st
May, 2013.
ü Aims at consolidation of rural road network, through upgradation of
‘Through Routes’ and ‘Major Link Routes’.
ü Guidelines published and posted on the website.
ü All States/ UTs are eligible to Participate in PMGSY- II once they
substantially complete PMGSY works.
ü DRRP is the basis of PMGSY – II and not Core Network.
ü Centre- State Sharing: 75:25 [ Special Areas- 90:10]
ü 12
th
Five Year Plan period target - 50,000 Km length under PMGSY-II.
ü 7 States - Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra,
Telangana and Uttar Pradesh - sanctioned 11,234.04 Km road length
under PMGSY-II.
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Key Features of PMGSY
Decentralized Planning:
· District Rural Roads Plans (DRRPs) developed for all the
districts of the country
· Core Network drawn out of the DRRP to provide for at least a
single connectivity to every target habitation.
· For prioritization of the annual project proposals, the
Comprehensive New Connectivity Priority List (CNCPL) and
Comprehensive Upgradation Priority Lists (CUPL) are used.
· The CNCPL and CUPL have been developed from the Core
Network data.
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1. What is the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)?
Ans. The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) is a scheme launched by the Government of India to provide all-weather road connectivity to the rural areas of the country. It aims to improve the quality of life of people in rural areas by connecting them to essential services such as education, healthcare, and markets.
2. How does the PMGSY scheme benefit rural areas?
Ans. The PMGSY scheme benefits rural areas in several ways. It improves access to essential services like education, healthcare, and markets, which were previously difficult to reach due to lack of proper roads. It also enhances connectivity between villages, boosting economic activities and improving livelihoods. Additionally, it helps in reducing poverty and improving overall socio-economic development in rural areas.
3. How is the PMGSY scheme implemented?
Ans. The implementation of the PMGSY scheme involves several steps. Initially, a detailed survey is conducted to identify the eligible habitations that require road connectivity. After the survey, the road projects are sanctioned and allocated funds. The construction work is then awarded to eligible contractors through a transparent bidding process. Regular inspections and monitoring are done to ensure the quality and timely completion of the road projects.
4. How is the PMGSY scheme funded?
Ans. The PMGSY scheme is funded through a combination of sources. The Central Government provides a major share of the funding, while State Governments also contribute a certain percentage. Additionally, funds from external agencies like the World Bank and Asian Development Bank may also be utilized. The scheme follows a cost-sharing pattern, with the Central Government funding 60% of the project cost and the State Government funding the remaining 40%.
5. What are the key achievements of the PMGSY scheme?
Ans. The PMGSY scheme has achieved significant milestones since its inception. As of now, it has connected over 1.5 lakh habitations with all-weather roads, benefitting millions of people in rural areas. It has also contributed to the reduction of the rural-urban divide by improving accessibility and connectivity. Moreover, the scheme has generated employment opportunities in the construction sector, thereby boosting the local economy.
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