BBMP works for 2016-17 under State Finance Commission & 14th Finance Commission Grants

Data on how much money will be spent where according to budget, out of the grants provided by the state and 14th Finance Commission grants.

Works taken up under SFC & 14th Finance Commission Grants for 2016-17

 

Sl.No.

Name of works

Amount INR Lakhs

1

Establishment of ABC Centres

250.00

2

Construction of Hospital at Sudhamanagar in Ward No.118

200.00

3

Construction of Referral Hospital in Ward No.165

200.00

4

Construction of Hospital building at ward 11

300.00

5

Construction of Hospital building at Ward No.2

300.00

6

Construction of Hospital building at ward No.31

300.00

7

Construction of dialisis centre at ward No.52

200.00

8

Construction of Maternity Hospital in Kanakanapalya

500.00

9

Providing CC Camara in each wards @ Rs.10.00 Lakh per ward

2000.00

10

Establishment of RO Plants in all 198 wards Rs.13.00 lakhs per ward

2600.00

11

Engagement of Gangman and Hiring of Tractor/Tippers for Maintenance of Road side drains and other civil works (Rs.12.00 Lakh per ward)

2376.00

12

Development of Dhobighats (Est Cost Rs.1000.00 Lakhs)

300.00

13

Improvements to Road from Pipeline road dead end junction Shankarmath

125.00

14

Construction of Dhobhighat at ward No.116

200.00

15

Establishment of 2 (Two) Quality Control Laboratories

500.00

16

Renovation of Statistics Office building at ward No.94

200.00

17

Asphalting works at ward No.100

100.00

18

Construction of Multipurpose building at ward No.41

300.00

19

Construction of Kempegowda Samudhaya Bhavan ward No.43

200.00

20

Construction of Ambedkar Bhavan ward No.27

200.00

21

Construction of Multipurpose building at ward No.32

300.00

22

Construction of Multipurpose building at ward No.99

200.00

23

Construction of BBMP Office Complex at Nagpur

200.00

24

Providing LED Streetlights (Old ward Rs.10.00 Lakhs and New Wards Rs.15.00 Lakhs)

2325.00

25

Beautification and painting works below flyovers

50.00

26

Essential repairs and improvements to Classrooms, toilets for Govt Schools

1000.00

27

Maintenance and Installation of CC TV in BBMP Schools and Colleges

100.00

28

Mid day meals to Senior Citizens

600.00

29

Construction of Old age Home at Thanisandra

300.00

30

Mid day meals to All PK’s

1000.00

31

Establishment of Dialysis centre and gym building at ward No.77

300.00

32

Construction of Multipurpose building at ward No.75

50.00

33

Junctions improvements to 17th Main JC Nagar

100.00

34

Chamarajpet, Padarayanapura and other development works

2000.00

35

Special Developmental works at Ward No.144, 112, 176, 113, 86, 12, 60, 80, 70, 122, 72, 18, 29. 77, 29 (each ward 4 Cr.)

6000.00

36

Special Developmental works at Ward No.22, 31, 32, 44, 67, 69, 74, 103, 135, 139 (each ward 3 Cr.)

3000.00

37

Special Developmental works at Ward No.2, 198, 190, 171, 175, 153, 140, 136, 121, 120, 118, 106, 107, 99, 98, 94, 95, 87, 82,84, 182, 81, 78, 76, 73, 68, 66, 63, 62, 61, 56, 55, 48, 49, 42, 47, 38, 37, 33, 30, 25, 8, 7, 6 (each ward 2 Cr.)

8800.00

38

Special developmental works at ward No.187, 185, 181, 179, 177, 169, 168, 167, 166, 163, 162, 137, 133, 132, 125, 124, 128, 115, 109, 101, 100, 93, 89, 65, 51, 45, 34, 29, 14, 5, 3, 13 (each ward Rs.1.00 Cr)

3200.00

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