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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)
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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.
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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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