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WARD

33

IIT KHARAGPUR

Contour map

Temperature (c, in shade)

Rainfall (mm)

Daily hours of sunshine

Average number of wet days per month

LANDUSE CATEGORY

UDPFI GUIDELINES OF PROPOSED LAND USE SCENARIO IN WARD NO 33 (%) STRUCTURE FOR A SMALL TOWN (% )

RESIDENTIAL OPEN/ RECREATIONAL TRANSPORT INDUSTRIAL PUBLIC/SEMI PUBLIC


(INSTITUTIONAL, RELIGIOUS, CLUBS, SERVICES)

45-50 12-14 10-12 8-10 6-8

52.85 29.37 9.70 0.36 3.38

COMMERCIAL MIXED USE

2-3

0.97 3.37

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

UDPFI GUIDELINES OF PROPOSED LAND USE STRUCTURE FOR A SMALL TOWN (% ) SCENARIO IN WARD NO 33 (%)

10%

0%

Analysis From Observed Data:


only one non-centralized commercial hubs for shopping . Isolated shops have grown near residential zones. Shops are generally seen to be developed along both sides of the main arterial road. Road has been narrowed by the construction of shops over the culvert. Post office is non functional.

POST OFFICE

NON-CENTRALISED MARKET AREA

SHOPS ALONG BOTH SIDES OF ROADS NEAR RESIDENTIAL ZONES

NON-CENTRALISED MARKET AREA

SHOPS ALONG BOTH SIDES OF ROADS NEAR RESIDENTIAL ZONES

A PART OF WARD SHOWING COMERCIAL AREAS.

Analysis From Observed Data:


Lack of on street parking facilities Lack of adequate amount of organized open space for recreation in residential zones- no tot lots or playgrounds for children are provided. Playground for the Talbagicha school is not properly maintained and it access by everyone from all the sides due to absence of boundary wall Vacant lands are found to be created in pockets surrounded by residential land use, in turn surrounded by road network a result of unplanned growth.
UN-ORGANISED OPEN SPACES

ORGANISED OPEN SPACE-TALBAGICHA SCHOOL PLAYGROUND

UN-ORGANISED OPEN SPACES

ORGANISED OPEN SPACE A PART OF WARD SHOWING ORGANISED AND UN-ORGANISED OPEN SPACES

UN-ORGANISED PARKING IN THE BUSSTOP[NON-FUNCTIONAL AT PRESENT]

Analysis From Observed Data:


Gradual expansion of various land uses towards the canal. Tal-bagicha school is the only school of this ward but its not centrally located Buildings with Religious uses those with recreational uses have developed in the pockets in unplanned manner. Poor drainage leads to water logging which often stays for more than 6 hrs. Garbage disposal system is a major problem. Municipality garbage collection facility is not efficient and garbage is generally stacked up along in the open areas and sometimes burnt.
TAL-BAGICHA SCHOOL CANAL

UNPLANNED RECREATIONAL USES

A BUILDING WITH RELIGIOUS USE

DRAINAGE CULVERT

UNPLANNED RELIGIOUS USES A PART OF WARD SHOWING RELIGIOUS AND RECREATIONAL USES

DEMOGRAPHICS AND SOCIO ECONOMIC STUDY

CONTENTS :
1. 2. 3. INTRODUCTION PROFILE OF WARD NO.33 DEMOGRAPHY & SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS

4. 5. 6.

POPULATION
SEX RATIO CHILD SEX RATIO BPL CLASSIFICATION CULTURE LITERACY RATE HOUSEHOLDING PATTERN

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS WORKING vs. DEPENDANT POPULATION INCOME AND EXPENDITURE PATTERN

LORENZ CURVE SUGGESTIONS

INTRODUCTION :
Kharagpur is the biggest town in the West Medinipur district covering an area of about 3000 sqkm. It is mainly a railway township surrounded by the fringe of urban settlement of a separate municipal govt with rural characteristics at places. It is distinguished by the presence of one of the leading Institute of the country, The Indian Institute of Technology and the longest platform of the world .

Kharagpur municipality started in 1954 with 5 wards and then was extended to 20 wards in
1961 .Currently the no. of wards have increased to 35, of which Talbagicha is ward no.: 33 Kharagpur has tremendous scope of development due to the presence of the IIT campus, its proximity to Kolkata and also because it is well-connected with the rest of the nation by rail. With surging growth in population, there is an urgent need to provide employment generation in this area along with efficient governance to achieve economic growth. This presentation analyses the demographics and socio-economic characteristics of ward no.33 and tries to provide a fact base and suggestions that will contribute to decision making for future policy issues.

Profile Of Talbagicha : Ward No. 33


Latitude 22 0230 Longitude 87 11 0 Total population of Kharagpur Total area of Kharagpur : 2,89,631 :90 Sq.km
97%

Population share of ward no.33 in Kharagpur municipality


3%

Population density of Kharagpur :3218 persons/sq.km


population of ward no.33 population of other wards

Total population of ward no.33

: 8,216

Total area of ward no. 33

:1.20 Sq.km

Population density of ward no. 33 :6847 persons/sq.km 16.78 DUs / ha Ward no. 33 occupies about 1% of the total share of land in kharagpur municipality and has about 3% of the total population.

* SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality

Observations:

Population of Kharagpur has increased by 81,647 in the


last decade. The decadal growth ratio has been 39.25% Ward no. 33 is the 12th rank ward in terms of population size.

Inference:
The decadal growth in 2011 is the highest in the last three decades. This indicates a rapidly growing population in this area.

* SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality

Sex Ratio:
Observations: Talbagicha is the 12th most populated ward in Kharagpur municipality comprising 2014 Households. Average household size is of 4 people. (household size is 3 people as per
kharagpur municipality data)

Population is distributed as 51% males and 49% females in this ward. SEX RATIO

India Kharagpur

: 940 : 951

Ward no. 33 : 977 Inferences:


The sex ratio of ward 33 is significantly higher than the national average indicating a higher standard of security for women in the society.

SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality


Primary survey by MCP Team

0-6 Age Group Sex Ratio

0-6 Age Group


India Kharagpur Ward no.33 Observation:
Share of 0-6 age group is 8% of total population Total number of children in ward no. 33 is 657

: 1.09 males/female : 1.06 males/female :1.11 males/females

Percentage of male children is 53%.


The child sex ratio of ward no.33 is 1.11 males / female which is even higher than national average of 1.09 males / female.

Suggestions:
There is a need for specialized mother- child care centers in this area. Since there is 8% population of children in this ward, tot lots / secured play areas and parks are required for their physical and mental development.
SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality Primary survey by MCP Team

Below Poverty Level Population Observations:


There are 418 families living below poverty line in this ward which forms 17% of the total population share. The BPL families are entitled to receive benefits from various government schemes. The working population are mostly marginal workers such as rickshaw pullers , construction labours etc depending on daily wages. This population occupies kutcha or semi pucca houses.

Suggestions: The women of this section could be employed in home based small scale industry such as papad making etc. or they can be imparted some vocational training such as handicraft, idol making industry etc. to help them achieve economic independence. Training centres / workshops are required for such vocational training.

SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality


Primary survey by MCP Team

ETHNICITY:

Observation:

Hinduism is the most prominent religion followed in this ward .


Bengali is the main language spoken.
Almost all traditional Hindu festivals are celebrated. Total percentage share of SC, ST, OBC groups is about 19%.

Suggestions:
The area displays homogeneity in terms of religion. A permanent common space such as community hall is required to hold various religious gatherings, marriages etc. as the present halls can accommodate less population. Infrastructure of multipurpose halls should be improved to hold exhibitions or events to promote local art and culture .

SOURCES: Primary survey by MCP Team

Proposed Location for multipurpose hall

House hold ownership & Duration Of Stay Observation:


Household ownership by males is 84%. Females have a significant share of 16% of holding.

76% of the total population have been living here for over 20 years.
Size of holdings vary from 10 kathas to 5 kathas. In many cases, plots have been further subdived amongst the members of the family.

Suggestion :
Patriarchal system is followed in this are as in most parts of India. significant percentage of women holdings indicates rise of social status of women in society. Majority of the people have settled partition. Lesser percentages of population for duration period for less than 20 yrs indicates that in migration to ward 33 has been very less. The need for achieving development in this ward will be more pronounced in the category of population residing here for over 20 years. Hence public private schemes to develop infrastructure of the ward eg: roads, drains , garbage disposal etc. can be implemented here.
76%

Duration Of Stay in present area


3% 7% 14% 5-10 years 10-20 years more then 20 years 0-5 years

here after the Indo Bangladesh

Observation:
Males show a higher literacy rate of 92.9%
Total literacy rate of ward is 88.6% Most of the children attend schools located in IIT campus.

Suggestions: More efforts are required to achieve 100% literacy rate especially amongst females in this ward. The educational and infrastructure standards of pre primary and primary school within the ward needs to be raised so that children do not have to go beyond the ward to attain good education .

SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality Primary survey by MCP Team

SOCIO-ECONOMIC DISTRIBUTION

Observation:
Dependent population is 67% 28% people have incomes lying between 7500 to 12500 8% people have income below Rs.5000 33% people have expenditure between 7500 to 12500 Workforce population is 33%.

Inferences: The average income group slab 7500-12500 needs to be increased.


Dependent population is high. Thus there is a tremendous need for income generation in this area.
SOURCES: Kharagpur Municipality Primary survey by MCP Team

SUGGESTIONS:
People should be encouraged to generate economy at household level. Unwanted grass should be removed and hybrid grass should be planted. These grass can be used as fodder for cattle. Encourage dairy industry. Milk based products can be made which can
Removal of unwanted grass

lead to employment generation. Dung from cow can be used as manure for growth of grass or can be used in community bio-gas plant, KVIC provides loan for it also. Government also provide subsidy for self-help or micro level

Encouraging dairy

Generating employment

industries. Growth of plants such as lemon, chilly , mushroom should be encouraged as these plants consume less space and more fruits are produced in single plant which can be sold in market to generate some economy. (State Govt. encourages it Madhya Pradesh )

Constructing community bio-gas plan

The gas can be used as fuel

Small scale industries eg.: pickle making should be promoted. Attempt should be made to make area Economically and socially sustainable.

View of Airtel data entry office

LORENZ CURVE

LORENZ CURVE
120 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 20 40 60
Series2

80

100

120

CUMULATIVE % OF HOUSEHOLD 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

CUMULATIVE % OF INCOME 2.16% 6.81% 12.26% 20.35% 28.44% 34.50% 46.63% 64.95% 77.76% 100%

LINE OF PERFECT EQUALITY LORENZ CURVE GINI COEFFICIENT - 0.318

CONTENTS
1. 2. PLOT : DIVISION AND ZONAL DISTRIBUTION HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS: A. TYPOLOGY : DISTRIBUTION OF KUTCHA,PUCCA,SEMI-PUCCA. B. CONDITION OF HOUSES 3. DENSITY PATTERN A. RESIDENTIAL DENSITY B. SPATIAL DENSITY 1) VACANT, OCCUPIED AND OPEN SPACES

2) G,G+1,G+2 RESIDENTIAL UNITS


4. OCCUPANCY RATIO 5. SURVEY ANALYSIS

ZONAL PLOT DIVISION


100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 71% 88% 80% 85%

DIVISION OF PLOTS IN WARD 33


82%
18% 3%

10 KOTHA <10 KOTHA >10 KOTHA

40%
30% 20% 10% 0% ZONE1
2% 27%

<10 KOTHA 27% 17% 8% 2% 4% 3% 13% 2% 14% 4% 10 KOTHA >10 KOTHA


4%
8% ZONE 2

79%

ZONE2

ZONE3
ZONE 1

ZONE4

ZONE5
3% 88% 17%

ZONE 3

71% 80% 4% ZONE 5 14% ZONE4 82% 2% 13%

VARIATIONS OF PLOT SIZES 1. In ward 33 maximum no. of plots are of 10 Kotha at the time of allotment . Earlier some got 15kotha also. <10 KOTHA 2. Now 18% of plots are lesser than 10 kotha like 7.5 kotha ,5 kotha, 4 kotha,3 10 KOTHA kotha, 2.5 kotha as well.
>10 KOTHA

N
85%

PLOT : DIVISION & ZONAL DISTRIBUTION

887

WARD :33

236 101 51

4% 8% 18%

70%

PUCCA

N
PUCCA SEMI -PUCCA KUTCHA

SEMI- PUCCA KUTCHA(SERVICABLE) KUTCHA(NON-SERVICABLE)

TYPOLOGY : DISTRIBUTION OF KUTCHA,PUCCA,SEMI-PUCCA

Zone:1
Pucca semi- pucca kutcha(servicable) kutcha(non-servicable) 10% 7% 4%

zone 5

150

93

16 5

79% zone 4
115 40 15 20

Zone:2
20 3

zone 3

150

57

10%

7%

5%

zone 2

145

18 13 9

78%

zone 1 0 50 100

301

28

37

14

Zone:3
150 200 250 300 350 400 25% 9% 1%

OBSERVATIONS: 1.12 % of total DUs are kutcha houses ,in which Zone-4 and zone -1 has the maximum share; 2. Expansion is more directional in zones-2 & zone-3. 3. Zone-4 has also encroachment (app. 7%),which worsens the condition.
Pucca semi- pucca kutcha(servicable) kutcha(non-servicable)

65%

Zone:5
5% 2% 8%

11%

Zone 4

32% 61%

21%

60%

TYPOLOGY : DISTRIBUTION OF KUTCHA,PUCCA,SEMI-PUCCA

Zone 2
Zone 1
9% 50% 24% 67% 10% 40%

300

253
250

211
200

171
150

128 92 73 93 47 19 12 ZONE 3 25 39 40

100

Zone 5
50

35

37

14% 13% 73%


0

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 4

ZONE 5

GOOD

AVG

BAD CONDITION

Zone 4 Zone 3
20% 13% 67% 5% 74%

AVARAGE CONDITION

BAD CONDITION

WARD :33
20% 15% 65%

21%

GOOD CONDITION N

Zone 2 has the highest percentage of houses with bad condition while zone1 has the minimum percentage of houses with bad condition.

CONDITION OF HOUSES

GOOD

AVG

BAD CONDITION

% OF AREA USAGE

5% 32%

7%

56%

VACCANT LAND

OPEN SPACE

RESIDENTIAL AREA

OTHERS

OBSERVATIONS 1. Settlement first took place in zone 1, 2. And zone 5 after wards 3. Zone 2,3 and 4 are developed lately. 4. Due to better connectivity and potential of outgrowth, Zone-1 has maximum spatial density; 5. zone3 and 4 has good connectivity and proximity of resources but there is already more saturation achieved. 6. Avg. spatial density is approx. 11 DU per acre.

RESIDENTIAL DENSITY DISTRIBUTION

R= NRD/GRD
1.6

ZONE Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5

GROSS RES.DENSITY 11.7 7 7.9 6 9.6

NET RES.DENSITY
R=NET/GROSS

1.4

1.2

14.2 9.1 9.5 8.8 12.3

1 0.8

0.6
0.4 0.2 0 0 1 2 3
ZONE

R= NRD/GRD

ZONE 4 HAS THE HIGHEST VALUE , MEANING THAT IS THE ZONE WITH HIGHEST AREA OF OPEN SPACE

16 14.2

14

TOTAL SITE AREA = 149.4 ACRES TOTAL NO OF DWELLING UNITS = 2014

12 10

11.7 9.1 7.9 7 6 9.5 9.6 8.8

12.3

AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE = 4


8 6 4 2 0 Z1 Z2

GROSS RES.DENSITY NET RES.DENSITY

Z3

Z4

Z5

RESIDENTIAL DENSITY OF WARD NO:32

TOTAL POPULATION : 8216 POPULATION DENSITY: 56 PERSON PER ACRE

POPULATION DENSITY DISTRIBUTION OF WARD NO:32

Chart Title
1 2 3

2% 15%

G
400
359

G+1

G+2

83%

350 300 250


208

227

200 150 100 50


18 3 47 10 18 4 3 47 55 140

G G+1 G+2

128

0
1 2 3 4 5

HEIGHT OF THE BUILDINGS OF WARD NO:32

OWNERSHIP PATTERN
OWNED ENCROACHMENT OTHERS

HIG, 1.7 EWS, 4.3 MIG, 1.5

ENCROACHMENT, 21, 7%

OTHERS, 15, 5%

LIG, 2.5

OWNED, 264, 88%

AVERAGE OCCUPANCY RATIO = 1.95 PERSONS PER HABITABLE ROOM


Observations 1. The avg. occupancy ratio of EWS(about 3.2% of surveyed population) is 4.3. 2. LIG (about 25.2% of surveyed population) has avg. occupancy ratio of 2.5. While MIG (about 49.8% of the surveyed population) has an avg. occupancy ratio of 1.5. HIG (about 21.8% of the surveyed population) has an avg. occupancy ratio of 1.7.
5 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2.5 1.7 4.3

OCCUPANCY RATIO
1.5

3.

Occupancy ratio

2 1.5 1 0.5

4.

0
EWS LIG MIG HIG

Type of house

OCCUPANCY RATIO FOR WARD NO . 33

SURVEY ANALYSIS..
HOUSING STOCK
No. of dwelling units - 2014 No of kuchha houses - 152 No of Non-serviceable semi pakka houses 82 Standard dwelling units (housing stock) 1780 HOUSING NEED Total population 8216 Avg. family size 4 No of house holds 2014 Housing backlog 2014 1780 = 234D.U. The region has not reached the maximum permissible height as 83% DUS are single storey . 6% of housing stock is obsolete and has to be removed from the plots, while about 12% of the housing stock can be converted from semi-pakka to pakka. Regarding the occupancy ratio, the total no of people in ward-33 is satisfactory with an average occupancy ratio 1.95 persons per room.

As there are 83% single storey,15% are double storey,and 2 % are triple storey houses.there is a significant potentil of vertical growth.

REFERENCE 1. DEMOGRAPHIC CENSUS DATA OF WARD 33 ,TALBAGICHA,KGP. 2. SURVEY DATA 3. GOOGLE EARTH 4. WIKIMAPIA.

SMITA KANUNGO SHRADHA ARUN PIYUSH KAMBLE

11AR60R14 11AR60R09 11AR60R03

INTRODUCTION COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES


Ward No. 33 of Kharagpur Municipality also known as the Talbagicha area is located in the south western part of Kharagpur near the IIT campus. The ward has a commercial area which is known as the Talbagicha Market . There is no industrial area in the ward. There are a few convenience shops in the residential zone.

The Talbagicha market, almost centrally located along the a main road passing through the centre of the area, is spread over an area of 6720 sq. m. The other commercial areas located nearby are the DVC Market, the Prem Bazaar, the Tech Market inside the IIT campus. The next big commercial area after the local market is the Gol Bazaar.

The commercial survey was done on 10% of the total commercial units i.e. 330 which also include small industry.

COMMERCIAL AREA - TALBAGICHA MARKET


The commercial area of the Ward No. 33 is known as the Talbagicha Market. It is a permanent establishment. The type of trade mainly carried out is majorly unorganised and independent retail, alongwith few wholesale, suppliership and distributorship. The range of goods and services found in the shops ranges from grocery, FMCG, cloth, garments, special retail and electonics to auto repair service, saloon, clinics, etc. The area of the Talbagicha market is approximately 6 720 sq. m. The market was established 50 years ago. The total number of shops in the market is 330 approx. of which many are godowns, vacant, closed or abandoned. Most of the shops are self owned. A few shops have been rented out. All the shop owners are local. The average size of the shops are 10 X 12. There is a Bazaar committee with which all the shops are registered. The Market area comes under the regulation of the BLRO( Block Land revenue Office) from where the plot no. is given and registration is done. But the yearly taxes are paid to t he municipality.

COMMERCIAL AREA - TALBAGICHA MARKET

CENTRAL OPEN AREA

GROUND

COMMERCIAL AREA - TALBAGICHA MARKET


There is a saw mill and fabrication workshop in the market area. People from the interior villages come to sell fruits and vegetables and fish in the morning. People from Villages sometimes come here to buy their daily needs. Informal Food stalls are set up in the evening.

There is no parking area for the market. There is informal parking.


The Playground is used for loading unloading of big trucks. Mini trucks unload the goods in front of the shop. Each and every shop has electricity. There is no rainwater drainage system. A Toilet Block is provided for the shopkeepers. A few shops have been converted into godowns. There is a common water supply connection in the form of street tap. The road infrastructure is non existent. Daily cleaning of the area is done and the garbage is dumped in the ground behind the market. From where the trucks collect the garbage once a week

The Annual turnover of the market is around 1 crore. and sometimes more than that. There is Kali temple in the central open space. Kali Puja, Independence Day and Rabindra Jayanti are celebrated in the central area.

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES UDPFI GUIDELINES


As per UDPFI guidelines the hierarchy of the planning unit which has a population of 5000 20000 is a sector and the hierarchy of commercial centre should be a Sector Centre.
CLASSIFICATION OF ENTERPRISES according to THE MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES, as per recent ceilings on investment Classification Manufacturing Enterprises Investment limit in Plant & Machinery Rs. 25 lakh Rs. 5 crore Rs. 10 crore Service Enterprises Investment limit in equipments Rs. 10 lakh Rs. 2 crore Rs. 5 crore

The population of Ward no. 33 is 8216


AREA OF COMMERCIAL CENTRES Area per 1000 persons No. of Shops Micro Small Medium

SECTOR CENTRE

300 sq. m

1 for 200 persons

DISTRIBUTION OF ACTIVITIES as per Hierarchy of Commercial Centre in a SECTOR CENTRE Activities Shopping ( Retail, Service Repair) Informal Shopping Commercial Offices Weekly Markets Conveniences

DISTRIBUTION OF SHOPS BY TYPE Types of Shops FORMAL SHOPS ( Total) General Retail Fruits & Vegetables Service & Repairs INFORMAL SHOPS(Total) General Retail and Fruits & Vegetables Service & Repairs TOTAL SHOPS ( FORMAL AND INFORMAL) No. 55 35 6 13 22 14 5 77

CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES as per UDPFI Guidelines


SERVICE AND LIGHT INDUSTRY EXTENSIVE AND HEAVY INDUSTRY SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL AREA WAREHOUSING

COMMERCIAL AREA - CATEGORIES


The categories into which the shops in Ward No. 33 can be classified into are as follows:
CLASSIFICATION FORMAL INFORMAL TOTAL SECTOR TOTAL CAREGORY WISE 21 21 1 1 4 4 49 2 2 7 7 14 2 5 7 8 8 4 4 3 3 33 5 5 12 12 1 1 4 4 6 6 1 1 3 3 5 5 3 3 8 8 90 13 3 16 3 3 1 1 1 1 5 5 1 1 2 2

GENERAL RETAIL

HOSPITALITY

SPECIAL RETAIL

GROCERY/ PROVISION GOVERNMENT RATION RICE/ OIL/ SUGAR ATTA CHAKKI VEGETABLES N FRUITS FISH AND MEAT SWEETS SHOP TEA PAN HOTELS N RESTAURANTS FOOD STALLS ICE CREAM STATIONARY GIFT SHOP TOY SHOP MEDICINE STORE FURNITURE OPTICAL SHOP JEWELLERY CLOTH STORE SHOES MATTRESSES BANGLES ACCESSORIES PUJA ITEMS FLOWER SHOP UTENSIL

COMMERCIAL AREA - CATEGORIES


CLASSIFICATION GAS CYLINDER MOBILE PHONES ELECTRONICS COMPUTER SPECIAL RETAIL T.V HARDWARE PLY CEMENT AUTOMOBILE REPAIR CYCLE SHOPS STUDIO TAILOR BEAUTY PARLOUR PRINT/PRESS ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND REPAIRS RECHARGE XEROX AND BOOTH STD BOOTH PASTI BHANDAR CLINICS GODOWN WOOD WELDING SHOP VACANT SHOPS RESIDENTIAL CONVENIENCE STORES TOTAL FORMAL INFORMAL TOTAL SECTOR TOTAL CAREGORY WISE 2 2 3 3 6 6 1 1 90 2 2 7 7 3 3 7 7 8 8 7 7 2 2 13 13 7 7 3 3 7 7 6 6 107 2 2 2 2 1 1 6 6 33 33 5 5 5 5 85 85 85 57 57 57 387 34 421 421

COMMERCIAL AREA - CATEGORIES

COMMERCIAL AREA - SURVEY


All the shops are more than 20 years old. The annual investment ranges from 10,000 to 1,00,000.

The Establishment cost of the shop ranges from 10,000 to 50,000.


The tax paid to the Municipality ranges from Rs. 100 to Rs. 400 per year. Most of the shops are self managed by the shopkeeper or his family. Some bigger shops like garments, Welding, Shoes, Provisional stores employ 1 to 5 workers whose wages range from 2000 to 3500. The electricity charges paid range from 100 to 600 for 3 months. The shops do not have insurance.

COMMERCIAL AREA - OPERATION


The working hours for the various commercial establishments are as follows:
7:00 a.m. GROCERY/PROVISION INFORMAL VEGETABLE/FISH FORMAL VEGETABLE MEAT FLOWERR SHOP 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

MEDICINE
GARMENT GIFT / STATIONARY

JEWELLERY
RATION GAS CYLINDER HARDWARE / CEMENT / PLY ELECTRONICS MOBILE / WATCHES / OPTICALS TAILOR BEAUTY AUTO / CYCLE REPAIR ELECTRICAL FAN REPAIR XEROX / STD

SWEETS
IN FORMAL STALLS TEA / PAN

SAW MILL
GRILL

COMMERCIAL AREA - OPERATION


1 km GROCERY/PROVISION INFORMAL VEGETABLE/FISH FORMAL VEGETABLE MEAT FLOWERR SHOP MEDICINE GARMENT 2 km 3 km 4 km 5 km 6 km GROCERY/PROVISION INFORMAL VEGETABLE/FISH FORMAL VEGETABLE MEAT FLOWERR SHOP MEDICINE GARMENT Daily Weekly fortnightly Monthly More

GIFT / STATIONARY
JEWELLERY RATION GAS CYLINDER HARDWARE / CEMENT / PLY ELECTRONICS MOBILE / WATCHES / OPTICALS

GIFT / STATIONARY
JEWELLERY RATION GAS CYLINDER HARDWARE / CEMENT / PLY ELECTRONICS MOBILE / WATCHES / OPTICALS

TAILOR
BEAUTY AUTO / CYCLE REPAIR ELECTRICAL FAN REPAIR XEROX / STD SWEETS IN FORMAL STALLS TEA / PAN SAW MILL GRILL

TAILOR
BEAUTY AUTO / CYCLE REPAIR ELECTRICAL FAN REPAIR XEROX / STD SWEETS IN FORMAL STALLS TEA / PAN SAW MILL GRILL

COMMERCIAL AREA CUSTOMER SHOPPING BEHAVIOUR


The main market preference of the residents of the Talbagicha as per the sample socio economic survey is the local Talbagicha market. All the income groups prefer the Talbagicha market for their daily needs. The next preference is the Gol Bazaar for a wider range of products. The HIG groups also go to the Puja Mall in addition to the local convenience shopping for organised retail. The main market preference of the residents of the Talbagicha as per the sample socio economic survey is the local Talbagicha market. All the income groups prefer the Talbagicha market for their daily needs. The next preference is the Gol Bazaar for a wider range of products. The HIG groups also go to the Puja Mall in addition to the local convenience shopping for organised retail. The monthly or weekly grocery shopping generally takes place on Sunday mornings.

Shopping for vegetables and fruits and fish is done in the early morning though the sale of vegetables continues in the evening also.
Shopping for smaller items for daily needs is done as and when required. Shopping for items like utensils , garments, accessories, etc is done by the ladies in the evening. The youngsters are found near the various informal food and tea stalls, and sweets shops and restaurants.

Thus the commercial area is more busy on weekday evenings and Sunday mornings.

SMALL INDUSTRIES
There is no industrial area in Ward No. 33 area which can classified as heavy and extensive, medium industries. There are 2 small industrial units in the Talbagicha market area a Saw Mill and a Fabrication and Welding workshop. There is a grill making unit and a Shuttering and scaffolding business unit in the residential area . which fall under the classification of micro enterprise The timber is mostly used for construction of doors and windows. There is a Shuttering and scaffolding Business unit in the residential area. From the survey it was found that the Saw mill has the highest turnover of all the commercial and industrial units in the ward No. 33 area.

SURVEY DATA
Name of the Shop Area of the Shop what are the types of goods handled? Age(Years) Ownership Pattern (Rent, owned,other) Total Sale per day Stock, daily, weekly, monthly ,other Annual investment Establishment cost Rent/ Ownership tax Wages for employers SHRI KRISHNA SAW MILL 5625 SQ FT TIMBER/WOOD 36 YEARS OWNED 15,000-20,000 DAILY 2,400,000 120,000 12000 4000 Electricity and other charges Insurance Total Capital Source - Own, Bank, Loan from others Catering Radius Monthly turnover Tax paid to Local Government Employment Pattern No. of Employees No. of workers/ labourers Type of worker Wages per day / monthly 6000 0 2,542,000 OWN 10KM and more 150,000 6000

M
3 10 Main 5 Employee NA

F
0 0 Marginal

T
3 10

5 10 Worker/ Labourer 150 /250DAY

OBSERVATIONS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES


Location: The informal and formal Fruits and Vegetables shops, food stalls, etc. are located in the interior of the market area and the open space. The retail shops like grocery stores , specialty stores, etc are also located in the interior of the market area. All the building materials selling shops like cement, ply and the saw mill, fabrication workshop, etc. are located along the road or near the ground from where the easy loading, unloading is possible. Catering Distance: The Grocery and Convenience Stores serve a radius of 1 km The Garment stores cater to a radius of 2-3 km which also include the nearby areas. The informal shops cater to the radius of which includes the locals. The Saw mill, Grill Fabrication and Cement, ply, Electronics shops have a larger catering radius of 6 km and more.

Occupancy and Ownership Pattern of the market Though there are close to 400 shops in the area, quite some of them are found to be vacant.. Most of the shops are self owned but few are found to be rented outt. The renting of shops started 4 5 years ago.

OBSERVATIONS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES


Infrastructure: The road infrastructure is absent in the market area. There are no pathways. There is no provision of drainage . All the shops have electricity with metered connection. There is a community toilet for the shopkeepers at the back of the market area. The shops do not have individual water supply connection. But there is a municipality water supply tap from where the shops tend to their needs. There is no parking facility. People park their vehicles by the road along the market or in the open space in the market centre. Vehicles are also parked in front of the abandoned or vacant shops.

Building Structures: Most of the shops have a permanent structure. Some of the shops have semi permanent construction. The average area of the shops is found to be 120 to 150 sq. ft. Some of the shops have combined two such units for a bigger area according to their needs. The informal shops are set up in mobile stalls.

INFERENCES COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES


Mixed use is seen in many parts of the ward especially the parts which are far from the main market for daily convenience needs.

The road infrastructure which is totally missing should be developed. It is a major complaint heard from the customers as well as the shopkeepers.
Also the drainage system needs to be developed. There is no formal parking space . If the roads or pathways are developed on street parking can be improved. The loading and unloading of goods which is difficult now due to lack of road infrastructure can be improved. Also the haphazard informal parking in the central open space needs to be avoided and a more organised parking should be developed. Few more water supply connections can help the shopkeepers. The existing toilet block can be improved. The central open area where informal food stalls are set up in the evening can have a few seating places or benches. The number of commercial establishments are far more than the required number as per UDPFI Guidelines. Many shops are found to be closed due to lack of adequate business. The ward does not have a developed industrial zone but micro enterprise and light and service industries like Saw Mill, Fabrication workshop are the most profitable businesses among the whole commercial setup of the Ward no. 33 area. Some of the commercial establishments provide employment to the local people.

INTRODUCTION:
Talbagicha is the ward no.33 under Kharagpur municipal area with: AREA: POPULATION: WARD BOUNDARY: NORTH: EAST: WEST: SOUTH: 1.27 SQ.KM 8,216 Railway track Nayapara to Kansabati canal Eastern side of mauza Hiradihi Kansabati canal to mauza adharkuli via shib mandir
WEST BENGAL

WHAT IS SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE?:


Social infrastructure provision is integral to the creation of sustainable communities as it contributes much of the glue that holds communities together, providing services and facilities that meet the needs of residents, promote social interaction and enhance the overall quality of life within a community. Social infrastructure, therefore, can be said to include: Health and social care: primary care, health centres, doctors/GP surgeries, hospitals and tertiary care Education: nursery/pre-school, primary, secondary, further and higher education, adult training Leisure and pleasure: parks, allotments, open space, play areas, sports centres Safety and security: police, fire, ambulance Other community and cultural infrastructure: libraries, community halls, youth clubs, arts projects, community development.

KHARAGPUR MUNICIPALITY

WARD NO. 33

EXHIBIT 1 :
PS 3
PS 4 PS 5 P-1 P-4
-Educational & research -medical & health -social, cultural & religious -playground -multipurpose open space

Music and dance club.

MAP OF WARD NO. 33 SHOWING LOCATION OF SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURES


Vacant plots

P-1

School ground
P-4

Rathtala

Hospital ground

P-1

P-1

20 bedded hospital outside the ward Petrol pump LPG godown

Pre primary school


PS 4

INSTITUTIONS:
FEATURES LOCATION NAME CLASS SCHOOL 1 224 kharagpur sadar AC GSFP 1(primary school) I -IV 3500 sq.Ft Government State Bengali West Bengal SCHOOL 2 224 kharagpur sadar AC Talbagicha high school V - XII 9500 sq.Ft Government State Bengali West Bengal
School 1

AREA
TYPE AIDED BY MEDIUM BOARD TOTAL ENROLLMENT TOTAL NO.OF TEACHERS TOTAL NO. OF STAFFS WORKING HOURS MID DAY MEAL DEV. PROGRAMME PROPOSED

139
1+5 2 10.50 am to 4.00 pm Yes Boundary wall to be built, no.Of classes to be increased, separate girls toilet Increasing the area, installation of indoor games facility, library

800
25 4 10.45 am to 4.30 pm Yet to be started Extension of building, replacing roof of AC sheet
School 2

FACILITIES NEEDED

Library of high school

FEATURES LOCATION NAME CLASS AREA TYPE AIDED BY

SCHOOL 3 south talbagicha arvind GSFP school I IV 2500 SQ.FT Government State

COMP.CENTER Talbagicha youth computer center


School ground

500 SQ.FT private

MEDIUM
BOARD TOTAL ENROLLMENT TOTAL NO.OF TEACHERS TOTAL NO. OF STAFFS WORKING HOURS MID DAY MEAL DEV. PROGRAMME

Bengali
Zilla prathamik vidyalaya sangshad 147 7 1 11.00 am to 4.00 pm yes 2.5 lakh granted by Zilla parishad for construction of 1st floor and other adjacent toilet,hall for cooking etc increasing the area, installation of indoor games facility, library

Bengali
200 4 3 7.00 am to 9.00 am,5pm to 7 pm,7 pm to 9 pm Extension of building,
Computer center

FACILITIES NEEDED

Computer center

ANALYSIS :
TOTAL NO. FACILITIES FACILITIES
PRESENT UDPFI 3 (1 for 2500) PRESENT UDPFI PRESENT UDPFI PRESENT UDPFI PRESENT UDPFI
Art class

CAPACITY

OVER ALL AREA

BUILT UP AREA

SPACE OPEN TO SKY

PREPRIMARY

0.8 ha

18x36 sq. m up to 50% 68x126 sq.m up to 1.6 ha

PRIMARY

139 each

500 students

.03ha

0.4 ha

50%

SECONDARY

1 for 7500 populat -ion

800

1000 Students

.08ha

1.6 ha

0.6 ha

Deficient in term of area and infrastructure. Government runs Ishwar Chandra Jana Chetana Kendra for the illiterates and the drop outs.It has 2 centers in the ward: - GSFP 1 ( primary school ) - Rabindrapally There are many coaching centers & art academy in the ward. Children form the family whose family income is more than rs.5000 generally goes to the Hijli High School and Kendriya vidyalaya at Salua which is 4 km away from the site ( 28 children from the ward goes to KV for better education)

Coaching center with library

Coaching Centre

POSTAGE AND COMMUNICATION :


FEATURES LOCATION AREA NO. OF EMPLOYEES TIMINGS POST OFFICE Near talbagicha main market 24 sq.m
10%
20% 70% post office usage

iit post office


Postage collection Centre

3
11.00 am to 12.00 noon Normal post , no speed post or other advanced facilities

main kharagpur post office ward postal distribution centre

FACILITIES

ANALYSIS:
FACILITY POST OFFICE REQUIREMENT UDPFI GUIDELINE 1 (1 for 10000-15000 population) EXISTING SCENARIO DEFICITE

1 (postal distribution Deficient Centre) In terms of infrastructure

There is a PCO booth in the talbagicha market . Communication is mainly through telephone and mobile connection.
BSNL connection

PCO booth

HEALTH CENTRE :
FEATURES
LOCATION NAME AREA ORGANISATION NO. OF DOCTOR

HEALTH CENTRE
Janakalyan Samiti 50 sq.m

CLINIC
Renuka medical store 30 sq.m Private doctors chamber 2 Medical store ,immunization, regular checkups
Health Centre

Near talbagicha main market Talbagicha market

Indian Population project 8 ( extn.)


2( available only on Saturday) Immunization to pregnant mother and children, emergency first aid, medicine for free.

FACILITIES

Health Centre

TIMING 12.00 to 4.00 pm every day ACCORDING TO GUIDELINE: SL. NO 1


clinic

NAME OF FACILITY HEALTH CENTRE

REQUIREMENT UDPFI GUIDELINE 1 (1 for 45000 population)

EXISTING SCENARIO 1

DEFICITE

Deficient in infrastructure

CLINIC

1 (1 for 15000 ) 2

NIL
clinic

A Bangalore based organization Honeywell CS group conducts medical camp at different locations every year. Other than existing medical facilities maximum residents goes to the railway hospital or sub division hospital. Nearest medical facility present at ward no.34( a 20 bedded nursing home) and Prembazar. Emergency ambulance service provided by seven star club. Other than these blood donation camps take place .

temple 1

RELIGIOUS STRUCTURES:
FEATURES
TYPE AREA LOCATION TIMING

TEMPLE 1
Dharamraj mandir 150 sq.ft Talbagicha market Every Saturday

TEMPLE 2
Shiv mandir 200 sq.ft Talbagicha market At shiv chaturdashi

TEMPLE 3
Kali mandir 450 sq.ft Talbagicha market 7.00 am12noon 5.30 pm to 10.00 pm 20 to 30

TEMPLE 4
Kali mandir
temple 2

400 sq.ft Madhya Talbagicha

NO. OF PEOPLE GATHERING SPECIAL FEATURE Fair during shiv chaturdashi

50 to 60

temple 4

FEATURES TYPE AREA LOCATION

TEMPLE 5 Shiv mandir 100 sq.ft

TEMPLE 6 Shiv mandir 250 sq.ft

TEMPLE 7 Durga mandir converted to Kali mandir 400 sq.ft Near talbagicha market 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm

TEMPLE 8 Shiv mandir 450 sq.ft Beside hospital ground 9.30 am to 10.30 am , 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Temple 6

Shiv mandir Near talbagicha ground market 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm

TIMING

Temple 7

SPECIAL FEATURE

Main puja occurs on every monday

Main puja occurs on new moon

ANALYSIS AS PER UDPFI : According to UDPFI for 5000 population site of religious building should be more than 400 sq.m. and Separate religious sites ( 2 for 15,000 population ) should be provided. More than 8 temples are present in the ward but maximum of them are built on encroached sites meant for open space which is not desirable.

temple 3

Temple 5

Temple 8

RECREATIONAL & CULTURAL FACILITIES:


OPEN SPACE PROVISION: FEATURES AREA: PURPOSE OF USE: SCHOOL GROUND 1.0 ha Used as play ground for the school, community gathering during puja HOSPITAL GROUND 0.9 ha Mainly tournaments and community gathering during puja. RATH TALA 0.15 ha drama and other cultural events. rathutsav takes place for about 11 days SHIV MANDIR 1.6 ha Vegetable market in the morning, tournaments organized by the club and kali puja MARKET GROUND 0.12 ha Kali puja and fair during shiv chaturdashi
shiv mandir ground

CATERING RADIUS

2 km

4km

2km(4000 2.5 km to 5000 ppl per day)

3.5 km

FUTURE PROPOSAL:

A stadium of 25000 capacity is proposed

A 20 bedded specialty hospital is proposed

Hospital ground

Market ground

Childrens park beside Hospital ground

School ground

ANALYSIS OF OPEN SPACE: FACILITY LOCAL PARK / PLAY GROUND REQUIREMENT UDPFI GUIDELINE number 3-4 for 5000 population area 55000 SQ.M EXISTING SCENARIO number more than 7 for 8216 population area 41370 sq.m REMARKS Deficient in terms of area

Party office

CLUBS AND MULTIPURPOSE HALL:


FEATURES NAME AREA ACTIVITY CLUB 1 Star seven 300 sq.ft Ambulance service,kali puja and various cultural competitions CLUB 2 Vulcan 350 sq.ft Football tournament,kali puja CLUB 3 mukti sangho 400 sq.ft Vaccination programme,idols preparation,
Ambulance service

there are 2 multipurpose halls used for marriage purpose and in general art classes happens there even a yoga center is present adjacent to the hall. There are 20 clubs & party offices among which 60 % are registered and 40% are not yet registered.

Party office

Party office

Marriage hall

Mukti sangha

CULTURAL EVENTS AND OTHER FACILITIES:


There is a drama society Mancha Sena ,who performs at certain points of the year. Since all are Hindus , festivals like durga puja ,kali puja , rath utsav etc. are celebrated in the community. Cultural events like dance competition , singing competition are organized by the local people or the clubs at certain times of the year. A Music and dance club is there built taking 4 plots with 80% open space for performance. BANK: No bank present in the ward. Residents generally use the bank of the IIT campus. There is a proposal of a bank at ward no. 35 which would serve the ward 33 population. However there are many private financial organizations. SOCIAL SAFETY AND SECURITY: There is no police station or fire station in the ward. The local police station and fire station of Kharagpur is in charge of the security of the ward 33.

OTHERS: The residents of a particular has installed generator with their won fund to provide electricity during power cut. The nearest petrol pump is located approximately 2 km away from the entry of the ward through DVC market. An LPG godown is present a few meters away ,just at the opposite side of the petrol pump inside the peripheral wall of the IIT campus

Generator room

Marriage hall

FACILITIES Community Room Community Hall+ library Recreational Club Music,Dance,Drama centre Meditation &Spiritual Socio Cultural centre

COMMUNITY POPULATION 5000 15000 1,00,000 1,00,000 1,00,000 10,00,000

OVER ALL AREA 660 Sq.m 2000 Sq.m 10,000 Sq.m 1000 Sq.m 5000 Sq.m 150,000 Sq.m

ESTIMATED AREA FOR 8216 PERSON 1085 Sq.m 1096 Sq.m 822 Sq.m 82.16 Sq.m 410 Sq.m 12324 Sq.m

CONCLUSION & PROPOSALS:


ECONOMIC STATUS of people is low (17% is living below BPL ) thats why they spend days full of hard struggle hence unable to avail most of the social and other facilities . Therefore employment generation in the sector is on top most priority. Considering this fact in mind we propose the following ways of employment generation through the upgradation of the social infrastructure facilities: We can set up pre- primary units .Since it does not have sufficient pre-primary school at present (need 3 as per UDPFI). which will be a source of income generation and also women employment. Present condition of existing postal distribution space is not up to the mark, It can be upgraded to an information kiosk /help desk ( for providing some basic information about the entire Municipality to any person in need , for a nominal fee as profit). Provision of ITC (Industrial training Centre) to train people as skillful laborers for the society and for self employment. it can serve the purpose of the whole Municipality area. Existing Medical centers can be upgraded with better facilities and Infrastructure to provide more employment as well as good service to the society. We can upgrade the condition of existing clubs by integrating the facilities like library ,community halls etc. We can set up art and craft unit which actually would try to polish skill of these local craftsman and also provide employment

SOLID WASTE AND SEWAGE

WATER SUPPLY

PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

TELE COM

ELECTRIC SUPPLY
HOUSE ELECTRIFICATION STATUS
2%

NO OF HOUSES ELECTRIFIED NO OF HOUSES NOT ELECTRIFIED

METER CONNECTIONS WARD


98%

WITHOUT METER CONNECTION 10%

METER CONNECTION 90%

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY LAYOUT WARD 33

WATER SUPPLY

STREET LIGHT POLES LAYOUT WARD 33

WATER SUPPLY

FINDINGS/PROPOSALS

1. INADEQUATE STREET LIGHTS AND MANAGEMENT. (NO OF ELECTRIC/ LIGHT POLES : 335/-212) 2. STRANGLED WIRES TO BE COVERED OR SHEATHING/ CONDUTING TO BE DONE AT PRIORITY. 3. SOLUTION TO POWER CUTS IN SUMMER & MONSOON. 4. UNAUTHORISED ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS . 5. COMPLAINT CENTRE TO BE ESTABLISHED IN WARD.

WATER SUPPLY NETWORKING


WATER SUPPLY

KASAI RIVER WATER TREATMENT PLANT S.D. HOSPITAL CWR 2.5 LAC GALLON TURIPARA 60,000 GALLON

700 DIA

UNDER GROUND DEEP TUBE WELL

PRIMARY SCHOOL GROUND OHT( 45,000 GALLON) PUMP 2

PUMP 1 PUMP 3LOCATION: LOCATION: SCHOOL MAYAPUR, PLAY GROUND (RATALA P/GROUND) DISTRIBUTION PIPE ORDER 200 100 50 DEAD END + GRID IRON SYSTEM , DUAL SYSTEM

WATER LAY OUT OF WARD - 33

WATER SUPPLY

WATER SUPPLY
ZONE 1 ZONE 2
7% 7% 28% 40% 3% 25%

65%

25%

ZONE 3

ZONE 4

8%

2% 15%

3%

20%

49%

70% 33%

INSIDE HOUSE

WELL

STREET TIME TAP

OTHERS

WATER SUPPLY
ZONE 5
INSIDE HOUSE WELL STREET TIME TAP OTHERS
3% 32% 37%

28%

DRINKING WATER SOURCE WARD 33


OTHERS 2%

STREET TIME TAP 34% INSIDE HOUSE 57%

WELL 7%

FINDINGS
THE TOTAL POPULATION AS PER CENSUS 2011 -8216. NO OF HOUSEHOLDS : 2014. WATER REQMT @135 LTR : 271890 LITRES. WATER RELEASED@100 LTR : 201400 LITRES. (DEFICIT OF 70490 LTR/DAY) DEPTH OF BORE FOR DEEP TUBE WELL 450 TO 550 FT, 480 FT IN TALBAGICHA . DEPTH OF 1ST WATER AQUIFER WAS AT 200-250 FT., WHICH HAS ALREADY BECOME DEFUNCT AT MOST PLACES. THUS BE PREPARED FOR RAIN WATER HARVESTING. FERRULE DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE: @Rs 3500/- (ONE TIME DEPOSITION) FOR WATER CONNECTION. * FOR RESIDENTIAL 0.75 INCH DIA FERRULE CONNECTED TO .5 INCH DIA PIPE. * DISTRIBUTION PIPE AND RS 35/- PER MONTH. * FOR COMMERCIAL 0.5 INCH DIA FERRULE IS PROVIDED . OFFICIAL SUPPLY TIME : 6 AM TO 8 AM & 3.30 PM TO 5.30 PM PUMPING HOURS : 6 PM TO 10 PM (FOR MORNING SUPPLY) 12 PM TO 3.30 PM(FOR AFTERNOON SUPPLY). APPROX. 100 STREET WATER TAPS ARE MISSING/BROKEN.

DRAINAGE PATTERN WARD 33

WATER SUPPLY

WATER SUPPLY

DRAINAGE CONDITION - WARD 33


70

60

50

40

DRAINS COVERED LINED TOTALLY CHOKED UNSERVICEABLE

30

SERVICEABLE

20

10

0 ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 5

FINDINGS/PROPOSALS- DRAINAGE

DRAINAGE A MAJOR AND SERIOUS CONCERN. COMMON OBSERVATIONS : INSUFFICIENT DRAINS, UNLINED WATER LOGGING/BLOCKING, NO CONSERVANCY STAFF EMPLOYED EX KHARAGPUR MUNICIPALITY AGAINST FIVE COMMITTED. HIGHLY UNHYGIENIC MAINLY IN ZONE 5. AVERAGE WATER STAGNATION DUE TO RAIN - 2-3 HOURS. SUGGESTION MIN OF 2 DEDICATED CONSERVANCY STAFF BE EMPLOYED ON SIGNATURE BASIS. IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPREHENSIVE DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEM UNDER WORLD BANK ASSISTANCE ALREADY APPROVED. DESILTING OF KP BRIDGE TO BE CARRIED OUT & UNWANTED GROWTH OF TREES TO BE REMOVED. COUNCILLOR TO HAVE A LOOK ON ENTIRE WARD BEFORE GOING ON WITH LINING OF DRAINS.

SOLID WASTE & SEWAGE SYSTEM


TOILET USAGE - WARD 33

OTHERS 18%

COMMUNITY LATRINES WITH SEPTIC TANK 4%

INSIDE HOUSE WITH SEPTIC TANK 78%

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT


A COMPREHENSIVE MSWM IS IN PRACTICE. THE THREAT HAS EMERGED DUE TO INDUSTRIES,AND IN THIS RESPECT PROPER ATTENTION HAS ALREADY BEEN GIVEN TO IN THIS DDP. NO. OF VAT PRESENT 1. FOR MARKET AREA, MUNICIPAL COLLECTION SYSTEM EXISTS@ TWICE A WEEK.

FINDINGS/PROPOSALS
NO BIN SYSTEM EXISTS IN THE WARD FOR COLLECTION OF GARBAGE, THUS PEOPLE THROW GARBAGE IN NEAR BY AREAS OR OPEN DRAINS CAUSING UNHYGEINIC CONDITIONS. TOTAL POPULATION OF THE WARD : 8216 TOTAL SOLID WASTE GENERATED/DAY : 4108 KG/DAY, HENCE IT IS TIME TO THINK ON ISSUE. NO STREET SWEEPING/ DRAINAGE CLEANING STAFF EMPLOYED. SEWAGE AS OF NOW, NO SEWERAGE SYSTEM IS BEING IMPLEMENTED BU MUNICIPALITY. AS PER PCB RULES, BUILDING PLANS SANCTIONED, SHOULD HAVE SEPTIC TANK WITH SOAK PIT. BUT ON GROUND, NO SOAK PIT WAS FOUND IN MAX HOUSES. WASTE WATER GENERATED IS DIRECTLY DISCHARGED INTO SURFACE DRAINS AND LOW LYING AREAS.

ROADS

PUCCA ROAD : 7580 METRE. BRICK PAVED ROAD : 5430 METRE. KUCCHHA ROAD : 668 METRE. PEOPLES MANDATE ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE.

WATER SUPPLY

TELECOMMUNICATION

BSNL LANDLINES ARE NO MORE IN TREND. MOST OF THE CONSUMERS COVERED BY CELL. 02 X TOWERs OF RANGE : 4 KM. EXISTING BSNL DISTRIBUTION BOXES NOT IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. TIME TO SWITCH TO TRENDY OPTICAL FIBRES.

TELECOMMUNICATION

30%

60% 8%
MOBILE USAGE
10%

MOBILE USERS
90%

NO MOBILES

WHAT PEOPLE WANT?

WHAT PEOPLE WANT?


6 5

RANK AS PER PRIORITY

ZONES
0 1 2 3 4 5

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE

WATER SUPPLY

DRAINAGE

STREET LIGHT

SOLID WASTE

5 POINT SCALE : 5 POINTS TO HIGHEST PRIORITY

AT A GLANCE
ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1. 213 NEW POLES TO BE REECTED TO OVER COME SHORTAGE OF POLES. 2. THE WIRING NEAR THE TRANSFORMER TO BE COVERED. 3. UNAUTHORSIED ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO BE CHECKED. 4. AN ELECTRICAL COMPLAINT CENTRE TO BE ESTABLISHED. WATER SUPPLY 1. DEFICIT OF 70490 LTRS OF WATER TO BE COVERED UP/PROVIDED. 2. 100 STREET WATER TAPS TO BE REPAIRED/INSTALLED. 3. MIN OF 2 DEDICATED CONSERVANCY STAFF TO BE EMPLOYED ON SIGNATURE BASIS. 4. DESILTING TO BE CARRIED OUT IN KP BRIDGE. 5. DRAINS TO BE CONVERTED TO LINED AT PRIORITY AND 100% DRAINS TO BE COVERED.

AT A GLANCE
SEWAGE /SOLID WASTE 1. COMPREHENSIVE MSWM PLAN TO BE IMPLEMENTED. 2. URGENT REQUIREMENT OF LAYING A SEWAGE LINE. PRIORITY OF WORKS TO BE CARRIED OUT AS PER MANDATE. 1. ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE. 2. WATER SUPPLY. 3. DRAINAGE. 4. STREET LIGHTING. 5. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT.

TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION SURVEY ANALYSIS

Talbagicha, Kharagpur

CONNECTIVITY - TALBAGICHA

Major Areas Railway Station Bus-stand NH6 IIT Campus Medinipur O. T. Road Kalaikunda

Distance 6.0km 5.0km 3.5km < 1km 20km 5.6km 6.5km

Nearby villages: Hiradi, Ambasole, Shyameswarpur

West Bengal Map

HIERARCHY OF ROADS
Type Sub-Arterial road Collector street Local street Right of way as per Norms 18 m 24 m 12 m - 18 m 9m & below Existing Right of way 8 m 12 m 4 m 10 m Below 6 m
AGRICULTURAL LAND TO DINESHWAR TO NH-6

TO KALAIKUNDA

SCHOOL

N
MARKET AREA

TO WARD NO. 22 D.V.C. MARKET AGRICULTURAL LAND TO GHAGHRA

SURVEY NODES
7000 6000 5732 5000

4000

3000 2160 2000 928 134 0 Pedestrain Cycle Cycle Rickshaw 2Wheeler Auto Rickshaw Car/ Jeep lcv truck/ hcv 36 280 10 30

1000

MODAL SPLIT OF TALBAGICHA

Modal Split
0.11% 0.3% 3% 23% 10%
Pedestrain Cycle Cycle Rickshaw 2-Wheeler Auto Rickshaw

2%
Car/Jeep lcv truck/hcv

62%

FLOW OF TRAFFIC (PCUs)

MAJOR NODES
CORDON NODE TO NH6

TRIPPRODUCTION TRIP PRODUCTION


TRIP ATTRACTION NODES

MARKET NODE B

KALAIKUNDA NODE

D.V.C MARKET NODE B


MARKET NODE A

D.V.C MARKET NODE A

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


CORDON NODE TOWARDS NH6
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Cycle and pedestrian traffic is the predominant mode of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is more towards the highway.
MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 3

Pedestrain

21% 1% 3%
Cycle

43%
Cycle Rickshaw 2-Wheeler

32%
Auto Rickshaw Car/Jeep/tech

INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF CYCLES FOLLOWED BY 2-WHEELERS

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


MARKET NODE A
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Cycle and pedestrian traffic is the predominant mode of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is more along market. Bicycle is the predominant mode of transport.
MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 19

51%

8% 16%
Pedestrain Cycle Cycle Rickshaw

2-Wheeler

23%

2%

Car/Jeep/tech

INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF CYCLES FOLLOWED BY PEDESTRIAN FLOW

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


MARKET NODE B
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Cycle and pedestrian traffic is the predominant mode of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is more along market. Bicycle is the predominant mode of transport.
MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 18
0% 4%

31%
Cycle Cycle Rickshaw

62%

2-Wheeler Auto Rickshaw Car/Jeep/tech

3%

INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF CYCLES FOLLOWED BY 2-WHEELER

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


D.V.C MARKET NODE A
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Cycle is the most predominant mode of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is more along DVC market. Bicycle is the predominant mode of transport.

MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 15


2% 1% 3%
Pedestrain Cycle

5%

67%

19%

Cycle Rickshaw

2-Wheeler

Auto Rickshaw

Car/Jeep/tech

3%
INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF CYCLES FOLLOWED BY 2-WHEELER

truck/trailer/hcv

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


D.V.C MARKET NODE B
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Cycle and pedestrian traffic is the predominant mode of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is more along DVC market. Bicycle is the predominant mode of transport.
MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 11
Cycle 1%

Cycle Rickshaw
27% 64% 7% 1% Auto Rickshaw 2-Wheeler

Car/Jeep/tech
INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF CYCLES FOLLOWED BY 2-WHEELER

MODAL SPLIT OF MAJOR NODES


KALAIKUNDA NODE
Duration of Survey : 4:50 to 5:50 PM No signalized control of traffic Pedestrian and Cycle traffic are the major modes of transport. Hence haphazard movement of vehicles is predominant at this node. During the peak hour traffic flow is towards the Talbagicha. Pedestrian flow is predominant at this node.

MODAL SPLIT OF NODE 24


5%

50% 45%

Pedestrain Cycle 2-Wheeler

INTERWARD TRAFFIC PREDOMINENTLY CONSISTS OF PEDESTRAIN FOLLOWED BY CYCLE

ROAD TYPE BASED ON MATERIAL

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

7.5

5.4

0.6

Pucca Road

Kutchha Road

Brick Road

Area Composition

Area 87%

Road Area 13%

TYPICAL ROAD SECTION

The drainage lines are encroached by the houses. No proper drains are seen along the road sides.
Brick Road Section

Road Section The road width of the brick road is 2m. It is not completely sufficient for 4-wheelers to move on. The carriageway width of the brick road has to be increased to single lane width i.e., 3.5m.

ROAD TYPE BASED ON MATERIAL


Cement and Bituminous Roads comes under Pucca Road. Pucca road constitutes of 55% of the total road area. Carriageway Width of Pucca Road is 3.5m ROW is from 12m to 14m. It is mainly used by 4-wheelers, 3wheelers and 2-wheelers. Brick road constitutes of 40.7% of the total road length. Carriageway width is 2.5m. These roads are mainly constructed in the residential area, so mostly used by the households. Mud Road constitutes of 4.3% of the total road area. Carriageway width is 2m It is mainly used by Pedestrians and followed by cycles.

Cement Road(P)

Bituminous Road(P)

Murram Road(K)

Brick Road

ISSUE S
1. Brick-road existing width is 2.0m which is not suitable for car.

INFERENCES/PROPOSALS
It should be greater than 3.5 m width.

2.

Parking areas @ market areas all definite due to which haphazard parking is taking place.
Encroachment of residential/ commercial units onto the right of way is predominantly high. Street light positioning is not properly maintained due to which high traffic is obstructed.

Proper parking area has to be provided.

3.

It has to be controlled by the municipality

4.

Electrical string height should be increased. Regular positioning has to be initiated.

Insufficient lighting

Haphazard parking on streets

ISSUE S
5. Road curvature has been encroached by commercial/ residential units for example most of the nodes like nodes 19, 18.

INFERENCES/PROPOSALS
Such encroachment should be avoided to ease the flow of traffic. Right of way has to be increased to minimum of 25mts. Segregation of ROW for both pedestrian and vehicular traffic to be done. Should be done properly.

6.

Proper maintenance of roads.

7.

Formation of layers of BT roads are not properly done.

Encroachment of road curvature

Lack of maintenance

a
a. b. Insufficient Parking area. Poor Road Conditions and improper Segregations. Unused Bus-stand. Insufficient Street Lighting.

c. d.

INTRODUCTION
The Talbagicha area belonging to ward no-33 of Kharagpur Municipality is mainly a medium density suburban residential area with some commercial facilities at the central part. It merely has any such big industries. The nearest industrial area comprising of a Cement production unit and an Asbestos factory at Dewanmaro, Hariatala, Kharagpur, is located almost 2.0 km away in west of Talbagicha area.
1 2

2.0 KM

1. FOGLA GROUP OF COMPANIES (ASBESTOS FACTORY) 2. ULTRA TECH CEMENT LIMITED (CEMENT FACTORY)

This industrial area contributes partly to the declination of air quality of Talbagicha area but has no other environmental impact.

ENVIRONMENT OVERVIEW
Though the Talbagicha area is surrounded by vast open agricultural land in all three sides but still due to unplanned urban growth and poor infrastructural facility the local environment has declined. The area has been confronting with different types of pollution such as soil pollution, water pollution, air pollution, noise pollution etc.

Soil

Water Major Pollutions Air

Land use map of Talbagicha


Noise

SOIL POLLUTION
The major causes of soil pollution in the area are:1. It generates through solid waste disposal. As there is no municipal waste collection system people dump wastes on the road. 2. Soil pollution is exists through out the area through open kaccha drain system also. 3. Unwise use of chemical fertilizers, insecticides and manures also increases land and soil pollution. 4. Cattle sheds generally spread foul odour and make the surroundings filthy and unhygienic. 5. Some sources of land contamination are open defecation, serviceable privies, dug well latrines etc.

WORST

BAD GOOD (IN TERMS OF SOIL POLLUTION)

Production of waste disposal is maximum in the commercial area. With the increase with residential density amount of waste disposal increases which ultimately increases the soil pollution.

WATER POLLUTION
The major causes of water pollution in the area are:1. Discharge of sludge from the septic tank and soak pits is main cause of pollution. 2. Leakage in pipelines sometimes cause entry of pollutants resulting in unsafe drinking water. 3. Due to lack of proper drainage system in many places of kuccha drain water logging takes place helping in the growth of insects and causes pollution.

WORST BAD OK (IN TERMS OF WATER POLLUTION)

AIR POLLUTION
The major causes of air pollution in the area are:1. The inhabitants burn the wastes and dry leaves which causes air pollution. 2. Wood and coal is used as fuel in some houses this adds to air pollution. 3. In the market area there are maximum sources of air pollution like the smoke from the hotels etc. 4. Also there are the emissions from the vehicles which add much to the air pollution.

WASTE BURNT BY INHABITANTS IN MANY HOUSES WOOD IS USED CAUSING AIR POLLUTION AS FUEL CAUSING EMISSIONS

AIR POLLUTION IN THE MARKET AREA

SOURCES OF COAL DUST

NOISE POLLUTION
Noise causes irritation and multiple health problems. Noise pollution mainly results from sound and blowing-horns of traffic passing through the roads and from recreational spaces like clubs. Some important places which are effected by sound pollution are Talbagicha High School, Primary school in zone no-1 etc.

School

Club

The market area is most prone to noise pollution because of heavy traffic.

OTHER CRITICAL OBSERVATIONS


1. The area is very prone to power-cut. Also there is not sufficient street lighting.

2. As insecticides are not sprayed regularly by the municipality the area is very much affected with mosquitoes. 3. There is no as such any big water body in the total area. 4. Though there are many playground and open spaces but there is no as such maintained recreational park. 5. There is quite much greenery in the total area. 6. As because yet the density in this area is not too much there is still chances to prevent the pollution and transform this area into a healthy residential area.

AIM
To study planning and local governance of Ward No-33 through Planning Survey.

The Study will aim at understanding the planning of the settlement in context of the administrative, economic, social and spatial dimensions.

CONTENTS
Administrative Structure Planning and Zoning Control Building By-Laws Tax and Revenue Collection Public Spending Voluntary Organisations & their role in Community Activities New Schemes for Municipal Improvement Problems of Law & Order Observations Suggestions

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

According to the West Bengal Municipal Act, 1993, the State Government determines the number of wards in all municipal areas with regards to the population, dwelling patterns, geographic conditions and economic considerations of the area.

Ward Councillor (Chairperson) Ward Committee (12-14 people)

The Councillor elected from a WARD shall be the Chairperson of the Ward Committee for that ward. Members are nominated for the committee by the municipality and the councillor- preference being given to teachers, engineers, doctors and other professionals.

(Ward Committee Rule, 2001) In order to ensure participation of women of the BPL families in the municipal administration, it has been mandatory to include women representative of BPL families in the Ward Committee.

CITIZENS CHARTER (Source : Kharagpur Municipality)

CURRENT STATUS :
Status of ward committee : No Ward committee is there presently since the councillor is newly elected and the entire body has to be elected again
More than 400 B.P.L. families are there in the ward Garbage Collection Supposed to take place twice a week Drainage cleaning Supposed to take place twice a month

DUTIES OF WARD COMMITTEE


The WCs prepare plans and prioritize schemes- annual and half yearly plans to be integrated into the district plan document.

Ward committees have to maintain direct contact with the other elected representatives like the local MLA and MP. They can also request them for funds for local area development schemes.

PLANNING & ZONING CONTROLS AS PER RULE :


Regulation of division of plots (Reference :The West Bengal Municipal Building Rules 2007-rule 159):
No sub-division of any plot within municipal area shall be undertaken without the prior approval of the board of councillors. A plot to be sub-divided shall be termed as mother plot. Every individual plot obtained by sub division of the mother plot shall abut a means of access having width not less than 2.00 meters. This rule shall not apply to a scheme for economically weaker section and low income group housing approved by the government. Sub-division may be allowed on the condition that the following facilities shall be provided by the owner at his own cost to the satisfaction of the board of councillors: 1. No permission for sub-division of a plot of land shall be granted unless each sub-divided plot is at least 80 sq.m in area. 2. The mother plot shall abut an all weather means of access confirming the conditions specified in the West Bengal municipal building rules 2007 under rule no 159/3/a,b,c. 3. For mother plots measuring more than 5000.00 sq.m, area sub division must be allowed if an additional 5% area of the total area of mother plot is reserved for community facility like school, transport terminal etc.

Approx. Residential Plot Size = 10 katthas


10 katthas = 7200 sq. ft. = 648 sq.m As per West Bengal land reforms (amendment) bill: People having homestead land have to pay Rs 2 per decimal. Taxes on rice mills, cold storages would be Rs 20 per decimal which was Rs 3 earlier. If plots are used for commercial purpose tax will be Rs 25 per decimal per annum in Kharagpur municipality

APPLICABLE BUILDING RULES (Reference :The West Bengal Municipal Building Rules 2007-Rule 45 to 52) :
Every plot shall abut a means of access which may be a public street or private street or passage. The relationship between the width of the means of access and the maximum and the maximum permissible height of building shall be as indicated:

Width of means of access (In meters) 2.4 to 3.5 Above 3.5 to 7 Above 7 to 10 Above 10 to 15

Maximum permissible height (in meters) 8.00 11.00 14.5 18 Height of building (in meters)

Type of building Residential and educational a. Plot size up to 200 sq. Meters b. Plot size above 500 sq. Meters

Maximum permissible ground coverage 65% 50%

Other uses including mixed use 40% PERMISSIBLE GROUND COVERAGE Front open space (In meters) 1.2 1.2 1.5 3.5 Side 1: open space (In meters) 1.2 1.2 1.5 3.5 Side 2: Open space (In meters) 1.2 1.2 2.5 3.5 Rear open space (In meters)

OPEN SPACE:

Up to 8.0 m 8.0 11.0 m 11.0 14.5 m 14.5 18.0 m

2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

JOINT OPEN SPACE:

3.0 m - if the height of other building does not exceed 8.0 m 3.5 m - if the height of other building is between 8.0m to 11.0 m

PROCEDURE TO GET COMMERCIAL PERMIT/LICENSE:

The shopkeeper has to write an application stating the purpose & location of his business venture, to the councillor

The councillor approves and signs on it. The letter is forwarded to the municipality (Executive Officer)

Municipality gives the license after conducting a survey to check the authenticity of the application

Municipality also gives license for Vehicles.

Building Permit (for erecting new building or additions & alterations to an existing one) is obtained by submitting an
application to the Board of Councillors with a Building Plan

Source: PWD office, Municipality

PARKING REQUIREMENTS AS PER RULES (Reference : West Bengal Municipal Building Rules, Rule 52)
Car parking 12.5 sq.m/car Bus/ Truck 37.5 sq.m/vehicle RESIDENTIAL 1 car parking / 150 sq.m of floor area up to a total floor area of 600 sq.m 1 car parking / 140 sq.m of floor area above 600 sq.m up to 5000 sq.m 1 car parking / 130 sq.m of floor area above 5000 sq.m of floor area EDUCATIONAL 1 car + 1 bus parking for every 500 sq.m of floor area INSTITUTIONAL For hospitals & other health care centers1 car parking / 150 sq.m of floor area up to 1000 sq.m 1 car parking / 100 sq.m of floor area above 1000 sq.m

MERCANTILE (Retail) 1 car parking/ 100 sq.m for floor area more than 50 sq.m No car parking for lesser areas.
MERCANTILE (Wholesale) 1 car parking/ 200 sq.m & 1 truck parking/ 1000 sq.m No parking for lesser areas.

STATUS OF PARKING NOW:


Lack of proper parking in the residential area. No parking facilities at the commercial level No proper loading/ unloading bays in the Talbagicha Market Need for proper 2-wheelers and rickshaw parking in the market area.

PROPERTY TAX IN VOGUE:


It is the tax levied on the value of a property that the owner of the property is required to pay to a government in which the property is situated. It includes land, personal property and real estate property. It is calculated on the prevalent basis of annual rental value to be determined by a thorough assessment. It can also be calculated on the basis of site value so that it includes construction cost as well.

Findings at the ward (Source: Tax collection dept., Municipality & Councillor)
Procedure : Tax amount calculated by structure valuation, which is done on the basis of a consolidated rate. It varies with variation in roof & floor type, number of floors, area, income group, construction materials, etc. E.g. Councillors house (a single level house in brick construction with asbestos roof) PT is Rs.85/four months The BPL (Below poverty line) houses approximately pay 1/3rd of the normal tax paid by most. WATER TAX : It is the unit cost incurred by the authority to provide water to the households. Generally subsidy is provided in the cost without getting overgenerous Water tax in this ward is Rs.105/House connection/quarter If people pay it within time, they have to pay Rs.95 only. COMMERCIAL TAX: Procedure : It varies with each shop s construction, scale, typology , etc. Taxes have to be paid even if the shop is abandoned, till it is owned by the person concerned. Water: Rs. 35/month for a single water connection Electricity: Rs. 30/month for a single bulb & Rs. 90/month/3bulbs on a sharing basis

Tax collection is done by door to door collection method. During tax collection, except for purely residential properties, rest are considered as commercial holdings. Sewerage tax, conservancy tax, vehicle tax, tax on animals, advertisement tax, pilgrimage tax are not being levied.

BREAK UP OF TAX COLLECTION :

Property tax constitutes 80% of the total tax to be collected while water tax is the remaining 20% of it. As there is chance of cutting the house connection, 90% of water tax is collected within time which constitutes to 18% of the total tax. But in case of property tax, only 40% is collected towards the end which is 32% of the total tax. In other words, only 50% of the Total tax (Property + Water) is collected.

PROCECURE FOR GRANTING PERMISSION OF ANY NEW SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT :

NEW SCHEME PREPARED BY AREA SABHA/WARD COMMITTEE

This has to be signed & approved by the ward councillor It is then sent to the municipality

SENT TO MUNICIPALITY

Checked by the chairman & the file is sent to CIC

CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION (CIC)

File is sent to the respective department under CIC A specific person is assigned & sent for the enquiry This estimation is done after the enquiry seems to be satisfactory This file with all data is sent to the chairman again for approval

ESTIMATION IS MADE STATING THE FUND REQUIREMENT

FUND IS ALLOCATED & FILE SENT TO THE COUNCILLOR

Councillor revises it and takes necessary action

WORKERS SENT TO THE SITE TO CARRY OUT THE WORK

Engineers and inspectors supervise the work The same process is followed in case of any repairs to be done

PROCECURE FOR GRANTING PERMISSION FOR ANY NEW SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT OF BIG PROJECTS WHICH COST MORE THAN 20 LAKHS:
NEW SCHEME PREPARED BY AREA SABHA/WARD COMMITTEE This has to be signed & approved by the ward councillor It is then sent to the municipality

SENT TO MUNICIPALITY

Checked by the chairman & the file is sent to CIC PWD department

CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION (CIC)

File is sent to the respective department under CIC Sub-assistant engineer is required to take up the survey of the plot and make a report.

TENDER IS PUBLISHED BUDGET IS ALLOCATED

Tender is made based on the report prepared.

CONTRACTOR IS CHOSEN

Bidding is done and contractor giving the lowest quotation gets the job Formal paper work with the contractor is done.

MUNICIPALITY PROCEEDS WORKERS CARRY OUT THE WORK

Engineers and inspectors supervise the work Budget is allotted and the work proceeds

VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS & THEIR ROLE IN COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES :


HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS LAB (Bangalore)
Education, Healthcare and Native Village Adoption Programmes are certain activities carried out by HTSL to address the needs of the communities they serve. They have established a Community Service trust in the area.

Education:
They have distributed basic study material Books & dresses, to 160 school children in the area.

Medical:
A medical camp was organised at Janakalyan Durga Mandir. Free packs of medicines were distributed..

A local primary school

A medical camp

Source: Mr. Barun Paul, a ward resident & an employee of HTSL

GLIMPSES OF COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:


MANCHASENA (Cultural Group)
A very active group that organizes Bengali dramas and other performances. They are done together with the Kharagpur Municipality W.B. Cultural Association. The last recent activity: 5 day performance in August 2011 Shiv mandir ground is used for the purpose.

YUBASANGHA
It is a small group of people organising Fitness activities for the residents of the area. A room beside the community hall serves this purpose.

G-MAX CLUB, TALBAGICHA


Community Durga Puja celebrations are organised by this group. It helps in fostering intercommunity sociocultural activities.

FOOTBALL CLUB
Various tournaments are organised in the ground. The Bazaar Samiti helps in organizing the same.

Source: Mr. Barun Paul, a ward resident & an employee of HTSL

SCHEMES AND THEIR STATUS


In 2010, 25 houses were built in the ward under I.G.A.Y. (INDIRA GANDHI AWAS YOJANA)

Water supply augmentation: Work under process for improving of existing supply line & provision in case of areas with
only community taps. Housing improvement for BPL families in R.A.Y. (RAJIV AWAS YOJANA) with all minimum services like water and electricity. Awaiting for the funds.

KENDRIYA GRAMEEN SADAK YOJANA: To improve the condition of the existing roads.
Awaiting for the funds. Construction of STADIUM: 11 lakhs of fund allocated. Work yet to begin. Drainage improvement & Solid waste management schemes under discussion.

PROBLEMS OF LAW AND ORDER:


Illegal Shops Temporary erections have come up. But people have no problem since it reduces their travelling distance for various facilities. No legal liquor shops The liquor consumption in the area is illegal and leads to nuisance at times. Division of Plots does not follow the rules and regulations Absence of Police Station & Fire- Fighting Station in the area (Proposal for police station in the ward under discussion) Condition of roads

PUBLIC SPENDING :
Public Bins Since government did not provide any provision for solid waste
disposal, the residents themselves have made arrangements for public bins. This is financed by the local people themselves. Some roads were concretized to reduce problems faced by the people during rains At places bulbs have been put up by residents themselves due to absence of streetlights. Maintenance is also carried out by them only. The Talbagicha Bazaar Samiti has employed few guards for security reasons at the rate of 10rs/ small shop and 50rs/ large shop Bulbs as street-light

STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT AS STATED BY COUNCILLOR:


Based on the observations of Present Scenario, the areas of planning have been categorised into 3 major components:

Infrastructure improvement Environment development Municipal institutional strengthening

GLIMPSES OF PRESENT SCENARIO:

Dilapidated condition of roads

Garbage dumping on roads

Blocked open drains

Unhygienic conditions in the market

INVENTORY OF INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PLAN

URGENT REPAIR OF DRAINS. RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE OF DAMAGED ROADS AUGMENTATION OF WATER SUPPLY. REPAIR AND AUGMENTATION OF EXISTING COMMUNITY LATRINES. RECRUITING MORE WORKERS FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT REPAIR/REPLACEMENT OF ELECTRIC POLES CONVERSION OF KUTCHA ROADS TO BRICK MOORUM/CONCRETE SOLING PEST CONTROL AND CUTTING OF HEDGES IN THE RESIDENTIAL AREA

The sources of fund are 13th finance commission / basic minimal finance / urban infrastructure development for small & medium towns (UIDSMT) / MKDA / own source / member of parliament local area development scheme (MPLAD) / state finance commission (SFC)

ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN


To take corrective measures for well water contamination through drain water seepage. Construction of community latrines. Installation of dustbins.

MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING


Despite the provisions stated in the ward committee rules, the ward committees do not have any financial power to generate resources on their own; neither does the municipality allocate many resources to them for taking up developmental work. (Source: Peoples participation in urban governance- comparative study of ward committees in West Bengal, k. C. Sivaramakrishnan)

A FEW OBSERVATIONS ON SURVEY:


There is shortage of man power for manning and maintenance of the ward . Eg.: only 5 labourers are available for cleaning and garbage disposal in the entire ward. 2 of them are needed to serve the market and so the residential area is not served adequately.

Tax collection to be strictly implemented by increasing the numbers of tax collection teams. As there is chance of cutting the
house connection 90% water tax is collected within time, but in case of property tax it is very less.

More funds are required in order to achieve overall development of the ward and to ensure user satisfaction. No sewage system is existing in ward 33. Most of the houses have septic tanks and soak pits while many houses let out their
sewage openly which is a very unhealthy practice. No rainwater harvesting process or drainage for rainwater is there. Due to the natural slope the water runs through the road and goes to the canal near by, but it harms the road surface. So proper rainwater drainage is required. Plots allotted to the refugees primarily was 10 katthas, but now most of plots are sub-divided among the family members or sold to the other parties. In most of the cases, the regulation of division of plots in the West Bengal municipal building rules 2007- under rule 159 are not maintained.

POSSIBLE SUGGESTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT :


Ward committee must be formed as soon as possible.
Proper demarcation of ward boundary is required including street signage. Increasing the number of safai karmachari in the ward to improve the hygiene level in the locality

Records on BPL must be updated regularly. This will help in providing facilities and enhancing the lifestyle of the people
who actually need it.
Household Survey conducted in the ward has led to the following conclusions regarding the priority of the needs of

the residents:
First : Solid Waste Management facilities Second : Cutting of uncontrolled hedge-growth and pest-control to prevent diseases Third : Improvement of road infrastructure Fourth : Improvement of water supply & drainage systems Fifth : Betterment of street lighting system Sixth: Proper health care facilities required

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