GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL
OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT MAGISTRATE & COLLECTOR, HOWRAH

DEPARTMENT OF ICDS

 

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CONTENTS
1
BIO-DATA OF ANGANWADI WORKERS BLOCKWISE
2
AVAILABLE SITES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ANGAN WADI CENTRES
3
Proposal for implementing Kishori Shakti Yojana (KSY) at Block level
4
KISHORI  SHAKTI  YOJANA” - Guidelines
5
RUNNING OF AWC IN RELATIVELY BACKWARD VILLAGES
6
Status of Anganwadi Centres of different ICDS Projects
7
Status report of constructed A.W. Centres
8
Vacancy Position of Staffs
9
Vacancy position of AWW/AWH under reserved quota
   

(1) Section wise achievement during 2005-06 on each of the parameters given in the Annual Administrative Report. :

(a) Name of ADM in Charge, O.Cs in-charge with date since charge taken:

 

 

 

* A.D.M. in Charge

:

Shri Narendra Nath Datta.                          A D M (Judicial)

 

 

Charge taken on 16.03.06 till - 05 - 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

Shri Amal Kumar Das                                  (up to 16/3/06).

 

 

 

Officer in Charge

:

Smt. Maya Das.                         District Programme Officer

 

 

Charge taken on 9th August 2005 till day.

 

 

 

Section wise Project name of this DISTRICT


SI. No

Name of the Projects

Year of Sanctioned

Sector

Type

No of Sanctioned Centers

Remarks

01

Bagnan – II.

1978 - 79

Central

Rural

146

 

Functional

02

Shibpur.

1980 - 81

do

Urban

100

 

do

03

Uluberia – II.

1981 - 82

do

Rural

162

 

do

04

Domjur.

1982 - 83

do

do

311

 

do

05

Amta – I.

1982 - 83

do

do

200

 

do

06

J. B. Pur.

1984 - 85

do

do

225

 

do

07

Amta – II.

1985 - 86

do

do

189

 

do

08

Bagnan – I.

1985 - 86

do

do

191

 

do

09

U. N. Pur.

1985 - 86

do

do

172

 

do

10

Sankrail.

1989 - 90

do

do

291

 

do

11

Uluberia – I.

1990 - 91

do

do

182

 

do

12

Panchla.

1992 - 93

do

do

214

 

do

13

Shyampur – I.

1993 - 94

do

do

82

 

do

14

Shyampur – II.

1993 - 94

do

do

171

 

do

15

Bally-Jagacha.

1994 - 95

do

do

165

 

do

16

Bally Urban.

2005 - 06

do

Urban

146

 

Under process

17

How-Central.

2005 - 06

do

do

56

 

do

18

How-North.

2005 - 06

do

do

56

 

do

19

Uluberia (U).

2005 - 06

do

do

104

 

do

T O T A L

 

 

 

3263

 

 

Out of 3263 sanctioned AWCS, 2953 AWCs are functional.
Staffing strength : Sanctioned, in position and vacant:

* I) Dist ICDS Cell

:

Sanctioned

In Position

Vacant

 

 

 

07

05

02

 

** II) Project wise Report :

 

Sanctioned

In Position

Vacant

 

CDOPs

19
19
00

 

ACDPOs

11

10

01

Out of ten ACDPOone under deputation at Bisnupur-ll,

Supervisioned

148
105
35

(One supervisor is excess in Ulu.-II) 

AWWs

3263

2337

926

 

AWHs

3263
2345
918

 

Ministerial Staffs

53

47

06

 

Driver

16
16
00

 

Peon

28

28

00

 

Nature of the work performed by the section in brief. :
In I.C.D.S. the following package of services are provided to the beneficiaries.-

    1. KSY
    2. Pulse Polio Immunization
    3. Modified Leprosy elimination campaign.
    4. Primary Health Check up.
    5. Sanitation Programme.
    6. Literacy Programme
    7. T. B. Control Programme
    8. Census
    9. Election urgent
    10. Early Detection Disability.
    11. Micronutrient Initiative Programme
    12. Initiative for Construction of Centers.

    The district Office i.e District I.C.D.S. Cell receives the following reports from the 19 I.C.D.S. Projects of this district ;
    01)            Monthly Progress Report (2 copies - One copy for the additional Director of Social Welfare, Government of West Bengal and one copy for the Programme Officer & Ex Officio, Deputy Secretary, Government of West Bengal),One soft copy in compiled form to Director Of Social Welfare W,B through e.mail id.
    02)            Monthly Consolidated Financial Report (funds released by GOI)
    03)            Monthly Expenditure Report (Two copies - one for the Director of Social Welfare and one for District Office)
    04)            Monthly Cash Verification Report.
    05)            Monthly Absentee Statement (one for District Office)
    06)            Monthly Mother's meeting report.
    07)            MonthlyK.S.Y. Report
    08)            Monthly Food Stock Report (For supply, stock, and Payment position of WBECSC Ltd).
    09)            Quarterly 'B' Statement
    10)            Quarterly red Zone Report (Grade III & Grade IV Children).
    11)            Quarterly Minority report
    12)    HaIf Yearly Progress Report (2 copies-one for the Director of Social Welfare, Government of West Bengal, one for the programme officer & ex-officio Deputy Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal)
    13)    Half-yearly 'B' statement &
    14)    Yearly 'B1’ statement

    Besides this the district office receives various reports such as
    I)            Immunisation report.
    II)      Pulse Polio-report.
    III)            Literacy report.
    IV)            Construction AW Centers.
    V)      B.S.Y. report.
    VI)     Flood report.

    1. Staff particulars report.
    2. Beneficiaries report for ML, Govt. of West Bengal.
    3. Format I & IL (MPR related),
    4. Up dating reports regarding operationalisation of addl. AW Centers & 4 Newly sanctioned ICDS projects,
    5. Reports on vacancy position of Home quota.

    After receiving the above mentioned reports the District office evaluates, scrutinises analyses and' compiles and sends the compilation reports to the Director of Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal, Salt Lake city, Kolkata some compilation report sends to the Programme Officer & Ex-officio Deputy Secy. Writers' Buildings Kolkata. Besides this a monthly meeting is held in 2nd working day of every month at D.M /ADM Chamber, Howrah with all C.D.P.O s of this district to evaluate the reports and; others programme monitoring. A district level Health meeting is held on 20th of every month at CMOH Office, Howrah and discusses, evaluates the related Health reports. District office receives the different orders from Director of Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal. Writers Buildings, Kolkata and district office circulates those orders to the C.D.P.O.'s to all Projects of this district. District office arranges workshop trainings, IEC programme on different social issues through street drama etc. by the direction of Director of Social Welfare, WB. Different high level official national international, secretary deptt of W & CD & SW, Director of Social Welfare, Programme Officer of Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal, Project Manager of M.I., District Magistrate, Addl. District Magistrate, Karmadhayksya, S.D.O. District Programmme Officer & other officials visit the I.C.D.S Projects. and AWC as & when necessary. District Programme Officer attends different types of meetings at Projects (e.g Selection committee, P.L.M.C, Tender committee) and also at Directorate, Departmental Sub-divisional level, Health Deptt. Etc. District Office also prepares the budget of all' Project including Dist. I.C.D.S. cell, including annual action plan. For the current year prepares the target future plan and prepares the performance report and also annual administrative report and sends it to the concerned Deptt.

    Apart from the abovementioned services and report returns,
    i)       In the year 2005–06, an amount of Rs.80,000 recived from the Director of Social Welfare for erection of hoarding regarding different messages on ICDS & Social issues. These hoarding were erected at Sadar / Uluberia sub-division.
    ii)      In the year 2005-06 an amount of Rs.1,60,000 received from the Director of Social Welfare for holding district level, Sub-divn level and project level seminar & IEC programme. Due to code of conduct of Assembly Election some programmes could not convened ,as a result a sum of Rs.99,780 has been surrendered through Bank Draft as per direction of Director Of Social Welfare vide no 2518 (19)-swd dt 16.06.2006.
    iii)      A sum of Rs2,86,000 recived from the Directorate for purchase of Cohort Monitoring Chart, M.C protection Card & Growth Chart for all ICDS projects (Tender process done by the Directorate). All the allotted Chart/Card has been duly received and delivered to all the projects.

    In the year 2003–04 no fund is received from Govt. of India by this district under BSY Scheme.

    Acts, Rules and regulations the Section deals with

    * The office follows the WBSSR (Part I & II) and other financial rules.
    Names of *.registers it maintains in terms of the Bengal Registers and Returns Manual.

    *i)                     File index Register
    ii)                     Docket register.
    iii)                     Issue register.
    iv)                     Stock Register.
    v)                     Dispatch Register
    vi)                     BSY-Cheque disbursement register.
    vii)                     Daily attendance statement.
    viii)                     Personal files of each Officer & staff of ICDS cell
    ix)                     Register of Training for voluntary workers.
    x)                     Attendance register.
    xi)                     Allotment register separately for District ICDS cell & projects.

    * FILES-(Only important files name are mentioned)
    i)            Project file (each project level)
    ii)            Scheme wise file,

    1. WBECSC related file,
    2. Audit file
    3. Guard file (of different years).
    4. Sanction operational addl. AWC
    5. Construction of AWC
    6. Micronutrient file
    7. Different court case.
    8. UNICEF
    9. Vehicle.
    10. Health.
    11. MPR compilation.
    12. Training.
    13. Assembly question.
    14. S.S.A.
    15. Backward village.
    16. District level tender file.

    Number of receipts and issues in the year. :

    * No of receipts in the year                        : 744,                        No of issues in the year                        : 936,

    Achievement report on different schemes.

    The reports return of this district to the Directorate of Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal is very good. The achievement report of the 2005-2006 is furnished below :

    I)            Under Supplementary Nutrition Programme :
    a)   SNP Coverage   :   i)   Children (6mths-6yrs)
    ii) Preg. & Lact. Women :

    1. Birth rate of this district is
    2. Infant Mortality rate is 17.74%
    3. The percentage of Red Zone Children weighed in the A.W. Centres is 0,48%
    4. The percentage of moderately malnourished children against total children weighed in the A.W. Cs is O.58%

    In aforesaid two points i.e. (iv) & (v), it is noted that A. W. Ws. weighed from the enlisted children regularly.

    1. The Child Mortality Rate of this district covered by I.C.D.S. is 17.74%
    2. For Immunization almost all the children (0–1) year and the pregnant women under ICDS Project have been covered same percent under ICDS Projects of this district.
    3. The average visit to A.W. Centers by C.D.P.Os is 13
    4. The average visit by Supervisors to The A.W.Cs. is 14
    5. Trained A.W.Hs   :   2342
    6. Trained A.W.Ws   :   2295
    7. Trained Supervisors   :   203

    Physical condition of the section-cleanliness, neatness condition of files , consignment of records furniture and of the room.

    * The section is cleaned regularly .
    File No., Collection No. & Index Registers are well maintained .

     

    (2) Opening balance as on 01.04.2004 on all the important parame-ters as given in the AAR :
    I)            Under Supplementary Nutrition Programme :
    a)  SNP Coverage  :   i) Children (6mths-6yrs)
                                      ii) Preg. & Lact. Women

    1. Birth rate of this district is 9.86%
    2. Infant Mortality rate is     20.45%
    3. The percentage of Red Zone Children weighed in the A. W. Centers is .47%
    4. The percentage of moderately malnourished children against total children weighed in the AW. Cs is 15.41%

    In aforesaid two points i.e. (iv) & (v), it is noted that A.W.Ws. weighed from the enlisted children regularly.

    1. The Child Mortality Rate of this district covered by I.C.D.S. is
    2. For Immunization almost all the children (0–1) year and the pregnant women under ICDS Project have been covered same percent under ICDS Projects of this district.
    3. The average visit to A.W. Centers by C.D.P.Os is
    4. The average visit by Supervisors to The AW.Cs. is
    5. Trained AW.Hs   :   2345
    6. Trained A.W.Ws.   :   2292
    7. Trained Supervisors   :   All

    (3) Three priority issues identified by the offers for each section. :

    1. To complete the all pending work and to regularize for sending all types of report returns to the different authority from this section.
    2. To prepare a list of all files of District ICDS Cell and rearrange the files in the Almirahs.
    3. To update the Govt. G.O. File.

    (4) Action plan, quarter-wise for the year 2006-07
    i)            To improve the SNP Coverage  300 days ie (100%.)
    ii)   To increase the weighment of the children below 5 years from 50% to 70%.
    iii)   To increase the Preschool attendance up to 80 %.

    1. Special efforts will be given to reduce the IMR, Red zone Children.

     

     

    District Programme Officer

    Howrah