CHANDIGARH, MARCH 16
The Haryana Government has constituted District Development and Monitoring Committee in each district for effective and efficient implementation of the District Plan Scheme and an Integrated Financial and Human Resource Management Information System is being developed to make budgetary controls more effective.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the Government has constituted the District Development and Monitoring Committees have been formed under the chairmanship of Minister in-charge of the District Grievances Redressal Committee.
He said that this would be a Standing Committee of elected representatives and officers and Rs1500 crore have been allocated for the 12th Plan (2012-17). The funds allocated under the scheme will not lapse at the end of the year nor would they lie parked and unutilised outside the treasury.
He said that for percolation of accountability from higher to lower levels of administration, the Result Framework Documents of 39 departments were prepared and approved by the Government under Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System adopted by the State. During the year 2013-14,the remaining departments and districts will be covered for preparation of Results Framework Documents. This will align the resources with the monitorable performance indicators of development of State economy. Two research institutes have been engaged under Endowment Scheme to conduct research and evaluation on topics of contemporary importance and nine Working Groups have been set up to formulate and fine tune strategies for the 12th Plan period.
He said that Integrated Financial and Human Resource Management Information System is being developed to make budgetary controls more effective, to improve cash flow management, promote day-wise reconciliation of accounts and bring about transparency and efficiency in public delivery systems, better financial management along with improved quality of governance in the State. A provision of Rs seven crore has been made in 2013-14 for this project, he added.