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Skoch Digital inclusion Award 2011

Category: E-Governance

Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) - Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS)

Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme under Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India with the target of connecting, through good All-weather roads, every habitation that has a population of more than 1000.

Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS) for Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) is a web based online system for monitoring of schemes related to PMGSY being implemented across the country.

OMMAS is intended to serve the requirement of decision-making authorities at various levels, monitors, DPIU’s, contractors, and citizens etc. The primary mode of operations for OMMAS is at National, State and District levels. The OMMAS will facilitate the operational requirements of planning, scheduling, monitoring, tracking and execution in implementing the PMGSY scheme. OMMAS comprises of Master Data, Rural Road Plan, Proposal, Tendering, Execution, Quality Monitoring, Receipts & Payments and Maintenance Module.

Master data creation is the compilation of static information, which is further used for planning and analysis. It includes compilation of habitation data and data of existing categorized roads. Rural Road Plan consists of the list of proposed roads for providing connectivity to unconnected habitations to already connected habitations or to the existing all-weather roads. This module will help to prepare the road plan at block level which will then be compiled at district level as District Rural Road Plan (DRRP). DRRP is then compiled at state and central levels.

Proposals are prepared annually and submitted for Project Clearance. This module aids in the preparation of district level Annual Proposal, its compilation at State level and submission to MRD for Project Clearance.

Tendering module is used for publishing the tender notices on the web and maintaining information related to award of work to the selected contractor.

Execution module is used to track and analyze the physical and financial progress of works with respect to the approved schedule.

Quality Monitoring module enables the inspecting officials in entering their inspection reports on the quality of work

Receipts & Payments module handles the finance-related transactions that occur in the entire process of road construction, including the details of fund releases and utilization.

Maintenance module handles the modalities required for handing over the constructed roads to the local/state departments for future maintenance and upkeep.

Features of OMMAS:            

Benefits

For Citizens

Active participation of the actual beneficiaries of the programme is ensured through:

For Government Officials               

OMMAS eventually facilitated in achieving:

Standardization of accounting system across all the implementing agencies