Compliance Performance
Jammu and Kashmir State (Upto 30-Oct-2019)

Report No.1 of 2017 - Social, General, Economic (Non-PSUs) sectors of Jammu and Kashmir Government of Jammu and Kashmir

Date on which Report Tabled:
Tue 04 Jul, 2017
Date of sending the report to Government:
Government Type:
Sector General Sector Ministries and Constitutional Bodies


This Report contains two Performance audits i.e. National Rural Health Mission and Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission(JnNURM), one Follow up Audit and 16 paragraphs involving `763.02 crore relating to unfruitful/ wasteful/ unproductive expenditure, fraudulent drawals, idle investment and blocking of funds, Some of the major findings are mentioned below:

The total expenditure of the State increased from `28,646 crore to `43,845 crore during 2011-16, the revenue expenditure of the State Government increased by 61 per cent from `22,681 crore in 2011-12 to `36,420 crore in 2015-16. Non-Plan revenue expenditure increased by 63 per cent from `21,432 crore to `34,847 crore and capital expenditure decreased by 24 per cent from `5,899 crore to `7,331 crore during the period 2011-16

Major findings of National Rural Health Mission are given below:

The percentage utilization of funds under the programme was poor and ranged between 60 and 80 during 2011-12 to 2015-16. The delay in release of funds to State Health Society by the State Finance Department ranged from  one month and four months

1748 out of 3193 health institutions were in hired accommodations. There were shortages of 13 Community Health Centres, 46 Primary Health Centres and 468 Sub-Centres. None of the Sub-Centres/ Primary Health Centres/ Community Health Centres had been upgraded to the level of Indian Public Health Standards(IPHS) in the State. The position of staff in Blood Banks in District Hospitals was worse, as the sanctioned and effective strength was only ten against required 132 posts as per IPHS norms

The implementation of the JnNURM was hampered by short release of funds by the State Government and delay in transmission of funds to the implementing agencies

The detailed Project Reports were not based on authentic data of revenue/census authorities nor had beneficiaries survey been carried out before project formulation and only three out of twelve Solid Waste Management Projects could be completed due to non-availability of sites 

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