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  1. 1. Entitling, Developing, Respecting
  2. 2. • Fall in Unemployment Levels by 74% under the Congress Government
  3. 3. Significant Economic Achievements • Highest per capita income in the country- increased 5.7 times since the Congress Government came to power
  4. 4. Significant Economic Achievements • Increase in Budget Outlay by 7.4 times under the Congress Government
  5. 5. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • Delhi has 1500 unauthorised colonies, and the Delhi Government has already cleared 1100 for regularisation – development works have started
  6. 6. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • 895 colonies were regularised in September 2012
  7. 7. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • 200 colonies that were facing the axe due to forest and ASI objections - development works were started, and a policy decision was taken with Government of India to also regularise them
  8. 8. Per Capita Plan Expenditure 2012-13 10,000 9,055 Per Capita Plan Expenditure (INR) 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 6,382 6,524 6,528 6,845 5,000 4,457 4,000 3,000 3,682 2,811 2,000 1,000 Uttar Pradesh Punjab Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Haryana Gujarat Delhi
  9. 9. Drop in Unemployment Rates Congress Government : unemployment went by 4,22,000 BJP Government : unemployment went by 3,73,000 569000 600000 500000 400000 300000 174000 200000 196000 100000 1992 1998 2010 0 1 2 3
  10. 10. FISCAL DEFICIT • You’re Congress Government in last 15 years has spent so much on health, education, infrastructur e, roads, power, buses – yet it has managed to keep the deficit below 1 Re for every Rs. 100/- spent
  11. 11. The Congress Party has already managed the Fiscal Deficit in Delhi very well since it is below 1% which is considered extremely good for an economy Fiscal Deficit as % of GSDP 0.5 0.21 0 -0.5 -1 -1.5 -2 -2.5 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2005-06 2006-07 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 -0.28 -0.3 (SY I) -0.62 -0.82 -1.27 -1.8 -2.5
  12. 12. Total Budget Outlay Across Sectors HEALTH Rs. 2,963 crores increased from Rs. 300 crores under BJP to Rs. 3263 crores today. EDUCATION Rs. 5,046 crores increased from 866 crores under BJP to Rs. 5912 crores today. TRANSPORT Rs. 3,749 crores increased from Rs. 551 crores under the BJP to 4300 crores today.
  13. 13. Total Budget increased 7.3 times by the Congress party from Rs. 4540 crores (1997-98) to Rs. 37,450 crores (2013-14) Total Budget Outlay across Sectors 2012-13 (BE) Health 2008-09 (Actual) Education Transport 2003-04 (Actual) Power 1997-98 (Actual) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000
  14. 14. COMPUTER/LAPTOP Total 29.1% With Internet 17.6% No Internet 11.5%
  15. 15. Delhi’s Economically Prosperous Population • Households owning none of the queried assets- no transistor, television, landline/ mobile, banking service, bicycle, scooter, or car have fallen substantially from 14.1% to 2.9%
  16. 16. TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
  17. 17. Vehicle Population • In fifteen years, vehicle traffic increased from 32.10 lakh (1997/98 – 1.34 crore people) to 74.53 lakh (2011-12 for 1.68 million)
  18. 18. Road Network • Delhi roads was increased from : 26698 km in 1998-99 to 31969 kilometer today
  19. 19. Road Network • Delhi is the only state in India that does not have a single PPP road and all top quality roads have been constructed/ maintained by the money given by the public.
  20. 20. Flyovers and Bridges • 2012/13 – 4 level traffic, 66 new flyovers, 7 more being made • 1997/98 – only 9
  21. 21. Flyovers and Foot over Bridges  66 flyovers have been completed in last 15 years  29 subways have been completed in the last 15 years
  22. 22. Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) • More than 22 lakh people travel by the Delhi Metro everyday as compared to 1 lakh in 2002, and zero in 1997/98. • Mono Rail Project First route is from Shastri Park to Trilokpuri (12-14 Kms)
  23. 23. Inter State Bus Terminals (ISBTs) • These 3 ISBTs cater to average 3.701-lakh passengers and 5235 buses/ trips per day. Two more ISBTs at Dwarka and Narela on BOT basis.
  24. 24. Delhi Transport Development Corporation (DTDC) • The cap on the number of auto rickshaws has been increased to one Lakh (from the existing 55,000 autos) • GPSs have been installed in about 3000 DTC and cluster buses.
  25. 25. Road Safety in Public Bus Transport Years Minor Accidents Major Accidents No. of Buses Ratio per 10 lakh Kms 1997/98 506 145 2669 3.3 2011/12 191 73 5884 0.7 Change Decrease by: 62.25% Decrease by: 49.66% increase by: 45.36%
  26. 26. DTC Achievements • The total strength of the buses was 2669 in 97-98 and has become 5,609 in 12-13 • There are 27 Women Special Buses that are running as of today in Delhi, while there were 0 in 1997-98.
  27. 27. The New Multi Level Parking – Capitol point
  28. 28. HEALTH
  29. 29. Health in Delhi • People from all over India, especially North India, come to Delhi for treatment at the State and Central Government hospitals. • 30 percent patients in Delhi Government Hospitals are from outside Delhi
  30. 30. Growth in dispensaries from 1998 – 2013 • There has been an unprecedented growth in dispensaries by Delhi Government. Most of these dispensaries are also running 24 hours. 134 have own buildings, compared to just 81 in 1997/98.
  31. 31. Growth in dispensaries from 1998 – 2013 • There were 179 dispensaries in 1998, it has grown to 543 in 2013
  32. 32. Graph showing the growth of dispensaries of Delhi Govt. from 20012011 DISPENSARIES 600 500 Axis Title 400 300 200 100 0 DISPENSARIES 1997 2002 2008 2013 179 362 423 543
  33. 33. Hospitals under construction New Hospitals under construction 1. 200 bed hospital at Madipur 2. 100 bed hospital at Sarita Vihar 3. 200 bed hospital at Ambedkar Nagar 4. 700 bed hospital at Dwarka 5. 200 bed hospital at Vikaspuri 6. 200 bed hospital at Siraspur 7. 200 bed hospital at Jwalapur
  34. 34. Delhi Government Health Schemes continued… • Chacha Nehru Sehat Yojna: • Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram: • Medicine given free by Delhi Government: • Revised TB Control Programme :
  35. 35. Development
  36. 36. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • 400 colonies left – which were scattered or low built up - Delhi Government approached Government of India and criteria is being revised
  37. 37. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • Since 2007-08, total money released is Rs. 4,300 crores for the development of unauthorised colonies
  38. 38. Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies – History in the making • The government is providing Rs. 60 crore annually to the Corporations for providing sanitation services in unauthorised colonies.
  39. 39. Delhi’s Villages – Congress is the first to Develop them • In last 10 years, a total of Rs 1284 crores has been spent on local development of villages directly from the Rural Development Board
  40. 40. Delhi’s Villages – Congress is the first to Develop them • Just this year, projects worth Rs 890 crores are under way
  41. 41. Delhi’s Villages – Congress is the first to Develop them • Rural Development Board was re-designed and money was pumped into Villages for their development, since 2002-03
  42. 42. Rights of Villages • Delhi Government has decided to suspend use of Section 81 (implemented mainly during BJP rule). Over 2.5 lakh cases pending will get relief
  43. 43. Rights of Villages • Provided sewerage facilities to all villages. All urbanized villages have been given sewerage facilities, and rural villages are now being covered.
  44. 44. Rights of Villages • Increased the compensation fee payable to farmers in land acquisition cases from 10 lakhs to 25 lakhs and now to Rs 85 lakhs.
  45. 45. Sewerage • DJB has laid sewer lines in 129 out of 135 urban villages.
  46. 46. Sewerage • Out of 189 rural villages - work of sewerage system completed in 34 and for balance proposals are under preparation.
  47. 47. Sewerage • Laid sewerage system in 98 unauthorized colonies, work in progress in 22 colonies, and tendering going on for another 168
  48. 48. Sewerage • DJB has laid sewer lines in 541 unauthorised regularised colonies out of a total of 567.
  49. 49. Development of Urban Villages • 78 Multipurpose Community Centres have already been constructed and 19 are partly allotted
  50. 50. Development of Urban Villages • 333-approach and link roads and 18 drains are under construction. 133 cremation grounds, 15 parks, 150 ponds, and 8 playgrounds have already been completed
  51. 51. Development of Urban Villages • Keshopur wholesale subzi mandi has been developed on an area of 11 acres
  52. 52. Restructuring of Municipal Corporation of Delhi • Has made a provision of Rs. 1831 crore during the financial year 2012-13 to the trifurcated Municipal Corporation of Delhi as East and North Delhi Municipal Corporation.
  53. 53. Restructuring of Municipal Corporation of Delhi • To meet out the contractor liability a provision of Rs. 600 crore has been provided during the current year budget and further Rs. 20 crore have been released to meet the expenses of the Elections.
  54. 54. Ownership Rights to resettlement Colonies • The Congress Government has now decided to give ownership rights to resettlement colonies. The move would benefit around 7 lakh families
  55. 55. Ownership Rights to resettlement Colonies • Govt. of NCT of Delhi, has approved the matter for grant of freehold / ownership rights to the allottees / occupants of 45 JJ Resettlement Colonies.
  56. 56. Low Cost Houses For Jhuggi Dwellers • The Government of India has approved 17 low cost housing projects for the construction of 67784 flats under Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP) with a total project cost of Rs.3245.00 crore.
  57. 57. Low Cost Houses For Jhuggi Dwellers • 14,844 flats have been completed, and 53,000 flats are in construction stage/under construction.
  58. 58. Low Cost Houses For Jhuggi Dwellers • Rajiv Awas Yojana Outlay of Rs.10 crore under JNNURM in 012-2013.
  59. 59. HIGHER EDUCATION
  60. 60. HIGHER EDUCATION 1997, 13 institutions. 2013, 23 institutions.
  61. 61. HIGHER EDUCATION • Gross enrollment ratio in Delhi is 47.9, this is the highest compared to the gross national average which is 15.0
  62. 62. Intake Capacity in University/Degree Level Colleges & Polytechnics Additional seats created : 50,000 per year
  63. 63. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University • Total of about 65,225 students enrolled in all the courses in 2012-13 in the University. Now 24,000 new students per year
  64. 64. Scholarship and Job Fairs • The students who are securing 80% and above marks in place of 90% and parental annual income upto Rs.2.00 lakhs.
  65. 65. Scholarship and Job Fairs Merit-cum-Means Scholarship” Provided to all students securing 70% and above marks with parental annual income upto Rs.2.00 lakhs
  66. 66. Scholarship and Job Fairs • Post-Matric Scholarships for SC/ST/OBC Students • Up to December,2012, Scholarships have been sanctioned to 576 Students for the amount of Rs. 1.76 crore
  67. 67. Public Private Partnership (PPP) • Capacity for skill development for 10,000-15,000 students with the residential facilities
  68. 68. 4000 3500 Total incidents of Rapes reported 2012 - NCRB 3425 DELHI 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 2049 2046 1963 1839 1716 1458 1341 1034 927 706
  69. 69. Comparison with some major cities of India (Incidents of Rape per Lakh of population NCRB) 2011 MADHYA PRADESH 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 5.3 5 4.4 4.2 3.8 2.8 1.6 1.2 1.1 0.9 0.8 0.3
  70. 70. Comparison with some major cities of India (Incidents of Rape per Lakh of female population) 2012 Source: NCRB 16 14.40 14 12 10 8 12.79 12.04 11.70 9.22 7.72 7.19 6 4 2 0 3.56 3.28 2.72 2.22 2.18 2.10 1.97
  71. 71. Comparison with some major cities of the world (Incidents per Lakh of population) 100 90 80 87 73 DELHI 70 60 50 40 52.8 45.8 33 32.6 30 20 10 0 10.6 4.05
  72. 72. Rate of Incestual Rape per Lakh Female Population (2012) Source: NCRB Report 2.00 1.80 1.75 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.78 0.80 0.67 0.62 0.60 0.42 0.33 0.40 0.20 0.00 Meghalaya Bhopal Indore Chandigarh Delhi (City) Nagpur
  73. 73. DELHI EDUCATION
  74. 74. Education in Delhi • Number of Government school children is increasing. Today, 16 lakh students study in Delhi Government schools, and the number is rising by one lakh every year
  75. 75. Education in Delhi • Delhi Government runs 969 schools – type of schools and enrolment
  76. 76. Education in Delhi • 1284 private schools and another 216 aided schools
  77. 77. Education in Delhi • Last year itself, 25000 Economically Weaker Section (EWS) students got admission in private schools thanks to RTE by Smt Sonia Gandhi
  78. 78. Investment in Education • Rs. 5900 crore in Budget for Education in 2012-13, much higher than just Rs. 899 crores in 1997/98, under BJP – budget for 2013/14
  79. 79. Investment in Education • In Delhi, per capita expenditure incurred by the government on education is higher than the national level
  80. 80. Investment in Education • Average annual expenditure on education per student in Delhi is more than 3 times the national average (in 2007-08 it was Rs. 9377/- per person in Delhi compared to Rs. 3058/for all India)
  81. 81. 7000 Expenditure on Education(INR crores) 5900 6000 5000 Increase by 556% Increase by 1,000% 4000 3000 1901 2000 1000 899 188 0 Budget Plan Exp 1997/98 2011/12
  82. 82. Delhi’s Pass Percentages are the highest amongst all CBSE Regions across the country. 100.00% 90.00% 88.62% 85.32% 80.00% 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% 40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00% 64.66% 59.99% 50.64% 43.09%
  83. 83. Other Academic Achievements • 6 special schools have been setup for differently-abled persons
  84. 84. Other Academic Achievements • There are 88 mobile schools under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan scheme
  85. 85. Other Academic Achievements • During the past 11 years the department has opened 93 new schools, upgraded 283 schools, bifurcated 60 schools and merged 54 schools
  86. 86. Other Academic Achievements • During the last one year 100 new plots have been got allotted and construction work has already started at 34 such sites
  87. 87. Other Academic Achievements • Coaching classes organised for the SC/ST students and weaker students during vacation
  88. 88. SCHOOL TYPES NO. OF NO. OF SCHOOLS SCHOOLS 2013 2008-09 MIDDLE SCHOOL 70 23 SECONDARY 178 118 657 832 RPVV 19 17 TOTAL 924 990 SCHOOL SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
  89. 89. Achievements in School Education Phenomen al Increase in Number of Schools Phenomen al Increase in Enrolment in Schools Phenomen al Increase in Pass Percentage Substantial Fall in Dropout Rates
  90. 90. Number Of Schools • 770 Schools have increased from 1998-99 to 2012-13
  91. 91. 770 Schools have increased from 1998-99 to 2012-13 5200 5,073 No. Of Schools 5000 4800 4600 4400 4,303 4200 4000 3800 1998-99 2012-13 Years
  92. 92. Enrolment in Schools • In the last 15 years, the total enrolment in schools has doubled
  93. 93. Number of girls enrolled at present is higher than the number of boys YEAR BOYS GIRLS TOTAL 1998-99 4,12,178 3,88,162 8,00,340 2012-13 7,84,130 7,90,789 15,74,919
  94. 94. Rise in children enrolled in Class XII – the most critical class. YEAR TOTAL ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT IN CLASS XII 1998-99 800,340 40,281 2003-04 986,829 52,503 2008-09 1,180,461 87,270 2012-13 1,567,749 140,534
  95. 95. Number of students appearing for Class X and XII examinations have also increased substantially due to : 250000 Students Appeared-Class X & XII 228415 No. Of Students 200000 Class X 150000 116054 100000 88846 121345 79330 Class XII 87176 50000 38033 54341 0 1997-98 2003-04 2008-09 Years 2011-12
  96. 96. Pass percentage for Standard XII examinations enhanced from 63% in 1998 to 88.65% in 2012-13 much higher than the national average
  97. 97. Dropout Rate & Delhi Open School • Today the dropout rate from Standard 1-10 is only 2 %, which substantially fell from 7.20% in 1997-98
  98. 98. Dropout Rate & Delhi Open School • For children who cannot attend school the Delhi Open School (enrolment of 5800) and mobile schools (about 20) track these children and help them in getting educated
  99. 99. YOGA NSS NCC OUT STATION TOUR LOCAL TOUR SELF DEFENCE
  100. 100. Sports Achievements • In 2010-11, 2041 students participated in the interstate games tournaments, 231 students participated in Rural Games and 7213 students participated in National Games
  101. 101. Sports Achievements • 293 GOLD MEDALS WON BY DELHI AT NATIONAL SCHOOL GAMES 201213, 2ND MAHARASHTRA (219), 3RD HARYANA (76)
  102. 102. Achievement in All National Level School Sports Competitions- Delhi TOPS INDIA Year Gold Silver Bronze Total 1998-99 186 128 90 404 2008-09 491 244 107 842 2009-10 512 292 159 963 2010-11 516 283 176 975 2011-12 532 291 173 996 546 299 164 1,009 2012-13
  103. 103. Kishori • Delhi is the first state to have started a scheme to ensure menstrual hygiene and awareness among adolescent girls
  104. 104. Kishori • Around 7 lakh girls students are getting benefit under this scheme
  105. 105. Free Transport Facility to GirlsRural Areas • A subsidy of Rs 1000/- for purchasing bicycles for girls studying in rural schools.
  106. 106. Free Supply of Text books • A set of books is given to all Government school students of Class I to VIII as well as all students of aided schools and all those who admitted in private schools under free-ship quota under this scheme
  107. 107. All students enrolled in Government and even the aided schools from classes I to XII are provided free text books irrespective of Income & Gender. Amount of benefit is as under: Class Rate/Benefit per child per annum. Nursery Provides learning kit. I to VIIIth Provides a set of books. IXth Provides Cash @Rs.600/- Xth Provides Cash @Rs.700/- XIth & XIIth Provides Cash @Rs.800/-
  108. 108. Welfare of Educationally Backward Minorities Students Class Rate/Benefit per child per annum Ist to Vth @Rs.300/- per student. VIth to VIIIth @Rs.400/- per student. IXth to Xth @Rs.500/- per student. XIth to XIIth @Rs.600/- per student.
  109. 109. Right to Education Act • Delhi Government started reimbursing @Rs. 1190 per student per month since 201112 to the private schools for students admitted under EWS quota or RTE Act, 009
  110. 110. Right to Education Act • In 2012, over 20,000 economically weaker sections have been admitted in private schools, and this year the figure has reached 25,000
  111. 111. Mid Day Meal • 7.2 lakh students get a wholesome mid-day meal daily in Delhi
  112. 112. Mid Day Meal • Delhi Government gives the entire funds for mid-day meal in MCD schools, benefitting 9.9 lakh students daily

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