Snehalaya Prokalpa – The West Bengal Government committed to provide housing to the poor people. So this prokalpa is for those who cannot afford to build their own houses due to financial deficiency. In Vide Memo no. F/2019-2020/0053 dated 13/03/2020 declared Snehalaya Project. After received various complains Government decided to fulfill poor people housing problem.
Content of West Bengal Snehalaya Prokalpa :
- Aim of the Snehalaya Prokalpa
- Who are Benefited?
- Land for house
- Govt. Contributed Amount
- Implementing Agency
- Selection beneficiaries
- Fund receiving
- Who supervised the Projects?
- Administrative expenditure
Aim of the scheme
Poor people who no Pucca house or Partly pucca and not to involve any other Government scheme. Provide them Pucca house.
Who are Benefited ?
The scheme is limited to poor people who do not own a permanent home or who are homeless or living in a dilapidated, dilapidated, semi-permanent house and are not covered by the existing housing scheme – only those who can apply for this Snehalaya housing prokalpa.
Land for Snehalaya house
The beneficiary of West Bengal Snehayala Prokalpa will be built on his own land or on his leased land or any other land which he or his family has legal rights. The concrete construction for his shelter will be made.
Government Contribution of West Bengal Snehalaya Prokalpa
- The State Government contribute Rs.120000.00 in Plain land area.
- The State Government contribute Rs.130000.00 in Hill area.
Implementing Agency of Snehalaya prokalpa
Government of West Bengal Housing Department implement by Concern District Magistrate
This project will be selected for eligible families who cannot come under the existing housing scheme. The District Magistrate will provide the beneficiary’s bank account number, land information and personal information to the Housing Department as per annexture – a and submit the beneficiary’s original signature in hard copy as well as soft copy.
After receiving the details from the District Magistrate, the Housing Department will seek approval from the Administrative Department and release funds to the District Magistrate directly to transfer the money to the beneficiary’s bank account. This money will be RTGS through IFMS or paid directly to the beneficiary’s bank account
Who supervised the Projects?
The housing department will monitor the implementation of the project through district magistrates and block authorities. A three-tier monitoring system will set up at the state district and block level. State level housing department, district level district magistrate and subdivision / block level SDO or BDO will monitor the nodal. The technical assistants and junior engineers in the blocks used appropriately to enhance the technical support and supervision of housing construction.
Approximately 1% of the approved project will be spent on administrative expenses for project supervision and monitoring.