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Government Of Assam Panchayat & Rural Development Commissionerate of Rural Development

14th Finance Commission Grant

    1. Objectives

      To augment the consolidated funds of the state to supplement the resources of local bodies (Panchayat & Municipalities) and recommend Grant-in-Aid under Article 275 of Constitutions of India.

      Benefits

      • Assured transfers to the local bodies for planning and delivering of basic services smoothly and effectively within the functions assigned to them under relevant legislation.
      • Ensure strengthening of primary function local bodies to deliver basic services.
      • Allocated fund is to be directly released to lowest level of the three tier of PRI i.e Gaon Panchayat.

      Target Group

      Rural & Urban Population under Local Self Government

      Components

      FFC grant is duly transferred in two parts:

      • Basic Grant (90%)
      • Performance Grant (10%)

      Fund Received

      The grants is released in two instalments in June and October every fiscal year.
      During the 2015-20,
      Assam has an allocation for rural bodies:
      Basic Grant: 4874.92Cr
      Performance Grant: 541.66 Cr

      For 2015-16:

      Basic Grant: 584.84 Cr
      Performance Grant: 106.22 Cr
       

      For 2016-17:

      Basic Grant: 809.7 Cr
       

      For 2017-18:

      Basic Grant: 467.8 Cr

      Achievements and Accolades

      Assam is the first state to prepare the Gaon Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) guideline in the country and guideline is considered as the model guideline for other state.

      Start year and End Year

      Start year: 2015-16

      End Year : 2019-20

      Latest Release of Fund to Gaon Panchayats

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      14th Finance Commission Grant
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      2nd Instalment of Basic Grant of 2017-18354.02 KBswf-image
      1st Instalment of Basic Grant of 2017-18353.92 KBswf-image
      2nd Instalment of Basic Grant of 2016-17352.71 KBswf-image
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