Scope of Work of Monitoring Division
The main activities of the Monitoring Division are
- State Level Monitoring Committee (SLMC)
SLMC Meetings are conducted in the State under the Chairmanship of the Chief Secretary and Commissioners, SP, all Secretaries & Adl. Secretaries as its Member Secretaries. The SLMCs review and discuss the status of examination of various projects of the state and any issues for corrective actions are taken up for rectification.
2. District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC)
District Level Monitoring Committee was constituted in 2008. DLMC Meetings are conducted quarterly in the District under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioners, the District Planning Officers, and All HOD’s as Member Secretaries. All the District Heads of the department are members. The ZPC, ZPMs and Government recognized CBOs are also Members of DLMCs. The DLMCs reviews and discusses the status of examination of various projects in the Districts and any issues for corrective actions are taken up for rectification.
3. Sub-District Level Monitoring Committee (SDLMC)
SDLMC Meetings are conducted quarterly in the District under the Chairmanship of the ADC/SDO, and the Circle Officer as its Member Secretary. The SDLMCs reviews and discusses the status of examination of various projects and any issues for corrective actions are taken up for rectification.
4. Circle Level Monitoring Committee (CLMC)
CLMC Meetings are conducted in the District under the Chairmanship of the Circle Officer, and the DPO as its member secretary. The CLMCs reviews and discusses the status of examination of various projects in the Circle and any issues for corrective actions are taken up for rectification.
5. State Quality Monitoring (SQM)
The State Government has engaged State Quality Monitors (SQMs) for Quality Monitoring projects of ₹100.00 lakh and above sanctioned under Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) and State Funded Scheme under various programmes implemented through the different departments in the state.
Its focus is on a project’s physical, financial, and quality components.
6. Third-Party Monitoring (TPM)
The State Government has engaged Third Party Monitors (TPMs), namely, NEDFi, PS Design Cell, and WAPCOS, for Quality Monitoring of projects SPA and BADP implemented through various state departments.
WAPCOS aids in monitoring projects related to water resources, power, and infrastructures, such as water supply, sanitation, inland waterways, roads and highway engineering.
NEDFi involves consultancy services related to strategy, operation, financial, transaction, and bid. PS Design specialises in sub-soil investigation, material test, design and drawing of roads, bridges and buildings.
The Arunachal e-Pragati Monitoring Monthly Review. The meeting is chaired by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh to review the progress of the state government’s priority projects under various Departments.
In these meetings, 111 key important projects and long pending projects of various districts, departments and agencies are reviewed by the Hon’ble Chief Minister.
As of today, 17 Pragati meetings have been held
8. CM Dashboard
A centralized, automated web-based dashboard to monitor real-time schemes and programmes. MCRs and SDGs are part
of the dashboard. http://cmdashboard.arunachal.gov.in
• Performance measurement with dynamic benchmarking and target setting at each level of administrative hierarchy, such as
zone and district.
• It has a built-in mechanism to collect feedback data from respective sectors.
• Data verification to authenticate data by concerned nodal officers every month.
• Upload Excel files to upload data related to specific indicators where MIS is unavailable.
9. Satellite-based monitoring and Geo-tagging of Developmental project of Arunachal Pradesh
Visualizing and analysing as well as assessing the project status (Monitoring)
• Keeping track of the execution of the project.
• Transparency and better accountability amongst the multiple stakeholders.
• Better planning and decision making
• To update progress and status to the government on time.
• Avoid duplicity and overlapping of the same nature of developmental projects in the State.
• To minimise malpractices during the execution of developmental projects.
• To facilitate the timely submission of physical reports & utilisation certificates by the agencies to the funding agency.
• Track the changes that are taking place in developmental project sites